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BERNARD AND BARBARA WALL PAPERS: PART 2
FOLDER LISTING


Box: 1 Fold: 1 Ashton, David
5/12/1990

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 5/12/1990 from David Ashton to Barbara Wall, making reference to a review in "Lodestar" and various publications. References to Brocard Sewell, Rene Hague, and the purchase of a book by Eric Gill.

Box: 1 Fold: 2 Bartlett, Francis
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated Autograph Letter Signed from Rev. Francis Bartlett to Barbara Wall, thanking her for two books and commenting on Fiona MacCarhty's writing about Rene Hague. Reference to Malcolm Yorke's book. Also refers to liturgical reforms. Praises G.K. Chesterton.

Box: 1 Fold: 3 Blissett, William F.
2/5/1990

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Card Signed (with envelope) dated 2/5/1990 from William F. Blissett to Barbara Wall, thanking her for sending her memoir about Rene Hague and mentioning David Jones' writings. Also, a brief Autograph Note Signed from David Ashton to Barbara Wall revealing that Ashton opened the card by mistake before Mrs. Wall saw it.

Box: 1 Fold: 3.5 Breitenbach, Margaret
6/11/1990

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 6/11/1990 from Margaret Breitenbach to Barbara Wall, complimenting her on the memoir of Rene Hague, with references to Eric Gill, Bernard Wall's autobiography, and Nicholas Wilson.

Box: 1 Fold: 4 Burns, Tom
8/22/1935 - 11/17/1939

DESCRIPTION: 4 Typed Letters Signed from Tom Burns to Barbara Wall. Includes: First letter (8/22/1935) describing time spent with Rene Hague. Second letter (10/26/1939) mentioning Mervyn and Maeve Peake. Third letter (11/25/1939) regarding a publication by Rene Hague. Fourth letter (11/17/1939) thanking her for a photograph.

Box: 1 Fold: 5 Burns, Tom
1968-1970s?

DESCRIPTION: 2 Typed Letters Signed and 2 Autograph Letters Signed from Tom Burns to Bernard Wall. Includes the following: First letter (Autograph Letter Signed dated 10/13/1968). Second letter (Typed Letter Signed dated 11/10/1973) regarding a publishing project and mentioning Billy Clonmore and Harry Binsse. Third letter (Typed Letter Signed dated 5/7/no year, perhaps 1973?) mentioning his travels in Italy. Fourth letter (undated Autograph Letter Signed). Also, 1 Typed Letter dated 10/23/1968 from Wall to Burns, describing Wall's political and religious beliefs, with reference to Virgil and to the musical group the Beatles. And, 1 Typed Manuscript essay by Wall dated 10/1968 entitled, "From a Layman's Notebook."

Box: 1 Fold: 6 Erangey, Rosalind Hague
1/11/1989

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 1/11/1989 from Rosalind Hague Erangey to Barbara Wall, praising Mrs. Wall's book. Sent from Shanagarry.

Box: 1 Fold: 7 Farmer, Alice
2/11/1989

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Card Signed dated 2/11/1989 from Alice Farmer to Barbara Wall, mentioning that Farmer's sister knew someone in the Pigotts circle.

Box: 1 Fold: 8 Greene, Graham
3/6/1940

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed (with envelope) postmarked 3/6/1940 from Graham Greene to Barbara Wall, letting her know that he would like to go to the party.

Box: 1 Fold: 9 Greene, Graham
1/11/1946

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Letter Signed dated 1/11/1946 from Graham Greene to Barbara Wall, apologizing for a problem with a dedication in her book.

Box: 1 Fold: 10 Greene, Graham
4/4/1946

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Letter Signed dated 4/4/1946 from Graham Greene to Barbara Wall, thanking her for showing him her article for the "Catholic Herald.".

Box: 1 Fold: 11 Greene, Graham
4/29/1946

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Letter Signed dated 4/29/1946 from Graham Greene to Barbara Wall, suggesting that "Anna Collett" be sent to the "Catholic Herald."

Box: 1 Fold: 12 Greene, Graham
8/26/1965

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Letter Signed dated 8/26/1965 from Graham Greene to Bernard Wall, stating that he does not wish to join "Comes" because he prefers not to belong to organizations.

Box: 1 Fold: 13 Greene, Vivien
11/18/1949

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Letter Signed (with envelope) postmarked 11/18/1949 from Vivien Greene to Barbara Wall, mentioning home furnishings, Catherine Walston on Capri, and Vivien's children's time on a yacht.

Box: 1 Fold: 14 Greene, Vivien
6/6/1988

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Letter Signed dated 6/6/1988 from Vivien Greene to Barbara Wall, expressing her condolences on the death of Bernard Wall and her daughter. References to Francis Greene, Caroline Greene, books on doll houses, and never seeing Graham Greene any more.

Box: 1 Fold: 15 Greene, Vivien
4/1991

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Letter Signed (with envelope) dated 4/1991 from Vivien Greene to Barbara Wall, regarding Graham Greene's death and his funeral. Reference to Yvonne Cloetta.

Box: 1 Fold: 16 Greene, Vivien
11/12/1991?

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 11/12/1991? from Vivien Greene to Barbara Wall, mentioning health concerns.

Box: 1 Fold: 17 Greene, Vivien
11/16/1995

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Letter Signed dated 11/16/1995 from Vivien Greene to Barbara Wall, mentioning Vivien's third book. Also, 1 Typed Note Signed (photocopy) from Barbara Wall regarding Vivien's letter.

Box: 1 Fold: 18 Greene, Vivien
undated

DESCRIPTION: 2 undated Photographs found among the letters of Vivien Greene to Barbara Wall, presumably showing the side and back of Vivien's home.

Box: 1 Fold: 19 Grisewood, Harman
1968

DESCRIPTION: 5 Letters from Harman Grisewood to Bernard Wall. Includes the following: First letter (Autograph Letter Signed dated 11/18/1968) mentioning an article about Bernard sent to the "Tablet." Second letter (Typed Letter Signed dated 11/18/1968) stating the need for "brotherliness" in discussions about the church and discussing the media and how to communicate the beliefs of the Catholic faith. Third letter (Typed Letter Signed dated 12/3/1968) regarding issues facing the Catholic church and the role of saints in the church. Fourth letter (Autograph Letter Signed dated 12/7/1968) regarding issues in the Catholic church. Fifth letter (Typed Letter Signed dated 12/14/1968) regarding Grisewood's experience as a Catholic.

Box: 1 Fold: 20 Grisewood, Harman
1/1969 - 2/1969

DESCRIPTION: 6 Letters from Harman Grisewood to Bernard Wall. Includes the following: First letter (Typed Letter Signed dated 1/13/1969) praising Bernard's book. Second letter (Typed Letter Signed dated 1/25/1969) discussing Wall's book "Headlong Into Change" and Christopher Sykes' book "Troubled Loyalty." Third letter (Autograph Letter Signed dated 2/6/1969) asking him to join the Latin Mass Society with reference to Arnold Lunn. Fourth letter (Autograph letter Signed dated 2/11/1969) thanking him for supporting the Latin Mass Society. Fifth letter (Autograph Letter Signed dated 2/19/1969) relating that he had a good Shrove Tuesday. Sixth letter (Autograph Letter Signed dated 2/28/1969) with mention of the Latin Mass Society.

Box: 1 Fold: 21 Grisewood, Harman
3/1969

DESCRIPTION: 5 Letters from Harman Grisewood to Bernard Wall. Includes the following: First letter (Typed Letter Signed dated 3/7/1969) discussing the Anglican Church. Second letter (Typed Letter Signed dated 3/8/1969 [not to Bernard Wall]) regarding a paper by Wall. Third letter (Autograph Letter Signed dated 3/11/1969) making reference to Anthony Trollope. Fourth letter (Autograph Letter Signed dated 3/18/1969) attaching a letter to Wall from Fr. Jean de Menasces (dated 3/14/1969). Fifth letter (Typed Letter Signed dated 3/14/1969) mentioning the Monday Club and Arnold Lunn.

Box: 1 Fold: 22 Grisewood, Harman
4/1969 - 6/1969

DESCRIPTION: 4 Letters from Harman Grisewood to Bernard Wall. Includes the following: First letter (Autograph Letter Signed dated 4/2/1969) informing him that he has sent him some materials. Second letter (Autograph Letter Signed dated 4/15/1969) letting him know that he is happy that Wall is feeling better. Third letter (Typed Letter Signed dated 5/19/1969) discussing at length the Latin Mass Society. Fourth letter (Typed Letter Signed dated 6/16/1969) regarding the Latin Mass Society.

Box: 1 Fold: 23 Grisewood, Harman
7/1969 - 8/1969

DESCRIPTION: 3 Letters from Harman Grisewood to Bernard Wall. Includes the following: First letter (Typed Letter Signed dated 7/20/1969) discussing the Latin Mass Society and referring to Arnold Lunn. Second letter (Typed Letter Signed dated 7/29/1969) regarding Grisewood's thoughts on culture. Third letter (Typed Letter Signed dated 8/30/1969) regarding Grisewood's plans to visit Italy and referring to Fred Cardozo (Secretary of the Latin Mass Society), Geoffrey Houghton Brown (Chairman of the Latin Mass Society), Ronald A. Knox, and Wall's book "The Painted Kipper."

Box: 1 Fold: 24 Grisewood, Harman
9/1969 - 10/1969

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Card Signed dated 9/18/1969 from Harman Grisewood to Bernard Wall, sent from Formia, Italy. Also, 1 Typed Letter Signed dated 10/31/1969 from Grisewood to Wall, regarding Grisewood's writing projects about Emily Bronte and Domenico Barberi and referring to Hugh Ross Williamson and Pope Paul VI.

Box: 1 Fold: 25 Grisewood, Harman
1970

DESCRIPTION: 5 Letters from Harman Grisewood to Bernard Wall. Includes the following: First letter (Typed Letter Signed dated 4/1/1970) regarding David Jones' health. Second letter (Autograph Letter Signed dated 4/20/1970) referring to the Civil Rights Movement in the American South. Third letter (Typed Letter Signed dated 7/3/1970) with references to David Jones, Stanley Honeyman, and Tom Burns. Fourth letter (Typed Letter Signed dated 8/24/1970) regarding his desire for peace and quiet and discussing translations of the Bible. Fifth letter (Typed Letter Signed dated 10/12/1970) regarding the differences between northern Italy and southern Italy.

Box: 1 Fold: 26 Grisewood, Harman
1971

DESCRIPTION: 3 Typed Letters Signed from Harman Grisewood to Bernard Wall. Includes the following: First letter dated 3/20/1971, stating that he was glad to sign an appeal and discussing Greek culture. Second letter dated 8/24/1971, regarding family and making reference to T.S. Gregory and the "Tablet." Third letter dated 12/11/1971, regarding life in London and referring to Grisewood's brother Gabriel Grisewood.

Box: 1 Fold: 27 Grisewood, Harman
1972 - 1973

DESCRIPTION: 3 Letters from Harman Grisewood to Bernard Wall. Includes the following: First letter (Autograph Letter Signed to Bernard Wall and Barbara Wall dated 2/23/1972), relating that it was good to see them at a wedding and mentioning the Latin Mass Society. Second letter (Typed Letter Signed dated 4/12/1973) regarding Dante. Third letter (Typed Letter Signed dated 7/21/1973) regarding the Catholic church.

Box: 1 Fold: 28 Grisewood, Harman from Wall, Bernard
1968

DESCRIPTION: 4 Typed Letters from Bernard Wall to Harman Grisewood. Includes the following: First letter dated 11/16/1968, discussing spiritual life and Vatican II with reference to Pope John XXIII. Second letter dated 11/23/1968, regarding communication in the modern world and referring to Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Quintin Hogg, and Freddy Ayer. Third letter dated 12/5/1968, discussing Mass in the vernacular and philosophy and mentioning Teilhard de Chardin. Fourth letter dated 12/10/1968, making reference to Pere de Lubac, David Jones, and Tom Burns.

Box: 1 Fold: 29 Grisewood, Harman from Wall, Bernard
1/1969

DESCRIPTION:

3 Typed Letters from Bernard Wall to Harman Grisewood. Includes the following: First letter dated 1/3/1969, regarding Wall's new book, with references to Teilhard de Chardin, Simone Weil, Maritain Paysan, the Catholic priesthood, Yves Congar, and Henri de Lubac. Second letter dated 1/15/1969, thanking Grisewood for a letter about Wall's book "Headlong Into Change," with references to David Jones, Jean Paul Sartre, Tom Burns, and ideas for books. Third letter dated 1/23/1969, regarding Catholicism in the modern world.

Box: 1 Fold: 30 Grisewood, Harman from Wall, Bernard
2/1969 - 3/1969

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Letter dated 2/10/1969 from Bernard Wall to Harman Grisewood, regarding a review presumably of Wall's book. 1 Typed Letter Signed dated 2/22/1969 from Wall to Grisewood, regarding Grisewood's views being attacked in the "Tablet," with references to David Jones, Tom Burns, the Latin Mass Society, and Hilaire Belloc. 1 Typed Letter dated 3/3/1969 from Wall to Grisewood, regarding Fr. Louis Coache with references to Pope Paul VI, Tom Burns, and Padre Tucci. 1 Typed Letter dated 3/10/1969 from Wall to Grisewood, with references to Cardinal Heenan, Tom Burns, the priesthood, David Jones, and Maurice B. Rickett. 1 Autograph Letter Signed from Cardinal Heenan to Wall, attaching an essay (2 copies) by Wall entitled, "Crisis in the Roman Church: An Effort at Interpretation."

Box: 1 Fold: 31 Grisewood, Harman from Wall, Bernard
6/23/1969

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Letter dated 6/23/1969 from Bernard Wall to Harman Grisewood, regarding the Catholic faith in France, with references to Charles de Gaulle and Italian Catholic history.

Box: 1 Fold: 32 Grisewood, Harman to Wall, Barbara
10/18/1989

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Letter Signed dated 10/18/1989 from Harman Grisewood to Barbara Wall, thanking her for writing a memoir about Rene Hague, with references to Tom Burns, Peter Campbell, and Chris Skelton.

Box: 1 Fold: 33 Hague, Rene
1941 -1964?

DESCRIPTION: 3 Autograph Letters Signed from Rene Hague to Barbara Wall. Includes the following: First letter postmarked 11/7/1941, thanking her for a letter. Second letter dated 4/22/1964, explaining that he lost his reading glasses in a boat accident and touching on other matters. Third letter dated 1964?, praising Wall's book and discussing the book, with reference to Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Michael Richey, and Tom Burns.

Box: 1 Fold: 34 Hague, Rene
1967

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 12/16/1967 from Rene Hague to Barbara Wall, making references to Walter Shewring, Bernard Wall's "Headlong Into Change," Marjorie Villiers, Tom Burns, Robert Speaight, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Gabriel and Bernard Bergonzi, Brocard Sewell, and Edna O'Brien. Also, 1 Typed Letter copy of the 12/16/1967 letter.

Box: 1 Fold: 35 Hague, Rene
1971? - 1976

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 11/17/1971? from Rene Hague to Bernard Wall, making references to Pierre Teilhard de Chardin and Harman Grisewood. Also, 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 1/7/1975 from Hague to Barbara Wall, with references to Tom Burns, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, and John Henry Newman. 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 1/20/1975 from Hague to Barbara Wall, referring to David Brown. And, 1 Typed Letter Signed dated 10/2/1976 from Hague to Barbara Wall, making references to Tom Burns, Michael Richey, Harman Grisewood, Eric Gill, Hilaire Belloc, G.K. Chesterton, David Jones, Fr. John O'Connor, and Evelyn Waugh.

Box: 1 Fold: 36 Hague, Rene
1977

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Letter Signed dated 2/23/1977 from Rene Hague to Barbara Wall, with references to Jim Whelan, James Shiel, Walter Shewring, David Jones, Francis Thompson, R.H. Benson, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, John Montague, and Ferande Tardivel. 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 5/7/1977 from Hague to Wall, regarding a piece in the "Tablet." 1 Typed Letter Signed dated 7/17/1977 from Hague to Wall, with references to Desmond Chute, Eric Gill, and Michael Sewell. And, 1 Typed Letter Signed dated 12/31/1977 from Hague to Wall, mentioning David Jones, Tom Burns, and Harman Grisewood.



Box: 1 Fold: 37 Hague, Rene
1978 - 1979

DESCRIPTION: 1 brief Autograph Letter Signed dated 1/17/1978 from Rene Hague to Barbara Wall, with reference to letters to Bernard Wall from David Jones. 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 1/18/1978 from Hague to Barbara Wall, making a reference to Bernard Wall's "Headlong Into Change." 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 2/28/1978 from Hague to Barbara Wall, regarding selling Dai's letters. And, 1 Typed Letter Signed dated 11/2/1979 from Hague to Barbara Wall, with references to the "Chesterton Review" and to David Jones.

Box: 1 Fold: 38 Hague, Rene
1980

DESCRIPTION: 5 Letters from Rene Hague to Barbara Wall. First letter (Typed Letter Signed) dated 5/28/1980, regarding her recent book, with references to Rose Macaulay and Frank Sheed. Second letter (Typed Letter Signed) dated 6/21/1980, with a reference to Tom Burns. Third letter (Autograph Letter Signed) dated 7/11/1980, mentioning Margaret Grisewood. Fourth letter (Typed Letter Signed) dated 7/25/1980, referring to Margaret Grisewood. Fifth letter (Typed Letter Signed) dated 9/26/1980, with references to Michael Richey, Mike Sewell, Eric Gill, Maurice Baring, and Daphne Adeane. Includes 4 envelopes.

Box: 1 Fold: 39 Harris, Alan
10/24/1989

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 10/24/1989 from Alan Harris to Barbara Wall, regarding her book, with references to Jacques Maritain, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Paul Claudel, and David Jones.

Box: 1 Fold: 40 Howard, Edmund
10/23/1989

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 10/23/1989 from Edmund Howard to Barbara Wall, regarding her memoir of Rene Hague, with references to Leon Poliskov's book "The Aryan Myth" and Eddie Marsh.

Box: 1 Fold: 41 Howard, Edmund
3/27/[no year]

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 3/27/[no year] from Diana Lodge to Barbara Wall, complimenting Wall's memoir of Rene Hague.

Box: 1 Fold: 42 MacCarthy, Fiona
2/13/1990

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 2/13/1990 from Fiona MacCarthy to Barbara Wall, thanking her for sending "The Chesterton Review" with an Eric Gill review and mentioning Wall's review memoir of Rene Hague, with references to Harman Grisewood and Michael Richey.

Box: 1 Fold: 43 Meynell, Alice
7/6/1990

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Card Signed (with envelope) postmarked 7/6/1990 from Alice Meynell to Barbara Wall, providing a philosophical discussion and making a reference to the saints.

Box: 1 Fold: 44 Meynell, Wilfrid
1931?

DESCRIPTION: 4 Autograph Letters Signed from Wilfrid Meynell to Barbara Wall. Includes the following: First letter dated 4/9/1930, regarding a conversation with Mr. and Mrs. G.K. Chesterton. Second letter (with envelope) dated 5/19/1931, with references to Mrs. Katharine Cobb, a new college literary society--the "Aliciam"--named after Alice Meynell, and the Catholic Poetry Society. Third letter (undated, with envelope), regarding the Catholic church in Germany. Fourth letter (undated), regarding Wall's writing, with references to Willa Cather's "Lost Lady" and Rose Macaulay's "Keeping Up Appearances."

Box: 1 Fold: 45 Meynell, Wilfrid
1927?

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated Autograph Manuscript Signed by Wilfrid Meynell entitled, "Penances." Also, 1 Autograph Manuscript Signed dated 1927 by Meynell entitled, "Laughter."

Box: 1 Fold: 46 Oliver, E.J.
10/18/1989 - 12/12/1992

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 10/18/1989 from E.J. Oliver to Barbara Wall, praising Barbara Wall's memoir of Rene Hague, with mention of Bernard Wall's "A City and a World" and his "Spain of the Spaniards" and Barbara Wall's "Widows and Widowers." Also, 1 Clipping from the "Tablet," an obituary of E.J. Oliver written by Barbara Wall.

Box: 1 Fold: 47 Pepler, H.D.C.
1936?

DESCRIPTION: 1 Printed Item by H.D.C. Pepler: "Stable Companions: A Nativity Play" (London: Samuel French, Ltd, 1936). Also, 1 Printed Poem entitled "The Soldier" and 1 Printed Poem entitled "The Engineer."

Box: 1 Fold: 48 Pepler, Stephen, O.P.
6/12/[no year]

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 6/12/[no year] from Stephen Pepler, O.P. to Barbara Wall, praising her memoir of Rene Hague and making a reference to Dorothy Day.

Box: 1 Fold: 49 Priestley, Jacquitta Hawkes
5/16/1983

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Letter Signed dated 5/16/1983 from Jacquitta Hawkes Priestley, regarding the Committee for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) and Cold War politics, with references to NATO, Afghanistan, Trident, Margaret Thatcher, the Berlin Wall, the Falklands, Ronald Reagan, and Nikita Khrushchev.

Box: 1 Fold: 49.5 Quigley, Isabel
10/13/1989

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Card Signed dated 10/13/1989 from Isabel Quigley to Barbara Wall, mentioning that she is reading Wall's book, with references to Tom Burns and Eric Gill. Also, 1 undated Postcard with a reproduction of Edgar Holloway's wood engraving entitled, "The Monastery, Capel-Y-Ffin."

Box: 1 Fold: 50 Richey, Michael
1936

DESCRIPTION: 3 Typed Letters (1 Signed) dated 1936 from Michael Richey to Bernard Wall. First letter: "I think it is more or less essential...." describing Richey's desire to set aside time for contemplation and prayer. Second letter: "Thank you for your letter...." regarding the power of prayer, with reference to "The Necessity of Belief" by Eric Gill. Third letter: "You may have heard...." regarding a possible Trappist vocation, with a reference to Francis Thompson.

Box: 1 Fold: 51 Richey, Michael
1936

DESCRIPTION: 2 Typed Letters dated 1936 from Michael Richey to Bernard Wall. First letter (Signed): "Thank you for your letter. The one thing I should like at present...." regarding prayer life. Second letter: "Just av. short line to tell you why I have not arrived." with a references to Eric Gill, Vincent McNabb, Tod Hunter, and Jimmy Maxton.

Box: 1 Fold: 52 Richey, Michael
1981?

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 2/5/1981 from Michael Richey to Barbara Wall, with references to Ken Thompson, Rene Hague, Tom Burns, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, the Committee for Nuclear Disarmament (CND), Michael Carver, and Eric Gill. Also, 1 Autograph Letter Signed (Copy) from Ken Thompson to Richey, with a reference to Rene Hague's funeral.

Box: 1 Fold: 53 Richey, Michael
7/6/1937 - 2/22/1991

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Letter Signed dated 1/1/1990 from Michael Richey to Barbara Wall, regarding her book about Rene Hague, with references to Hague's "In Parenthesis" and Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. Also, 1 Typed Letter Signed dated 1/7/1990 from Richey to Wall, regarding Rene Hague's life, with mention of Fiona MacCarthy and Harman Grisewood. And, 1 Autograph Card postmarked 7/6/1937 from Barbara Wall to Michael Richey, inviting him to have tea with her; accompanied by an Autograph Note Signed dated 2/22/1991 from Richey replying, after all these years, that he would like to have tea with her.

Box: 1 Fold: 54 Sewell, Brocard
10/28/1989 - 1/6/1990

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 10/28/1989 from Brocard Sewell to Barbara Wall, praising her memoirs of Rene Hague. with references to Tom Burns, John Randle, and Stephen Pepler. Also, 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 11/24/1989 from Sewall to Wall, regarding the reception of her memoir of Hague. And, 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 1/6/1990 from Sewell to Wall, again praising her memoir of Hague, with mention of Fiona MacCarthy reviewing it in the "Guardian."

Box: 1 Fold: 55 Shiel, James
6/29/1990

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 6/29/1990 from James Shiel to Barbara Wall, regarding his acquaintanceship with Rene Hague, with references to Walter Shewring and Timothy Holloway.

Box: 1 Fold: 56 Speaight, George
10/30/1989

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Letter Signed dated 10/30/1989 from George Speaight to Barbara Wall, complimenting her memoir of Rene Hague, with references to Michael Richey, Eric Gill, Fiona MacCarthy, Patrick Nuttgens, Anthony Foster, Speaight's books "Collecting Theatre Memorabilia" and "Off the Beaten Track in West Germany" and "History of the English Puppet Theatre," the London-Munich Puppet Players, and Pierre Teilhard de Chardin.

Box: 1 Fold: 57 Sykes, Christopher
10/21/1975 - 12/15/1975

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 10/21/1975 from Christopher Sykes to Barbara Wall, thanking her for her comments about his book, with references to Richard Guiness, Margot Asquith, Evelyn Waugh, R.H. Benson, Rose Macaulay, Nancy Mitford, Pope Pius XII, and "Headlong Into Change." Also, 1 Typed Letter Signed dated 10/27/1975 from Sykes to Wall, thanking her for sending along the book "Headlong Into Change," with references to Tom Burns, Harman Grisewood, David Jones, Teresa Jungmann, and Olivia Plunket Greene. And, 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 12/15/1975 from Sykes to Wall, thanking her for doing some research for him, with a reference to Tom Burns.

Box: 1 Fold: 58 Vernon, John
11/22/1989

DESCRIPTION: 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 11/22/1989 from John Vernon to Barbara Wall, praising her memoir of Rene Hague, with references to David Jones, Joan Gill, Muriel Harrison, and Christopher Dawson.

Box: 1 Fold: 59 "Aspects of Italian Civilisation"
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated Typed Manuscript by Bernard Wall: "Aspects of Italian Civilisation," 347 pages.

Box: 2 Fold: 1 Diary by Wall, Barbara
6/3/1940 - 7/19/1940

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Diary (Photocopy) by Barbara Wall, covering the dates 6/3/1940 through 7/19/1940, with discussion of the German invasion of France and the early stages of World War II, with references to Dunkirk, the battle for France, Michael Richey, Tom Burns, meeting with Graham Greene, Italy entering the war, the German entrance into Paris, the Maginot Line, Paul Richey's (Michael Richey's brother, the author of "Fighter Pilot") air combat, Paul Reynaud, Henri-Philippe Petain, Robert and Margaret Tollast, Ian Morrow, Winston Churchill, bombs falling on Amberly, Louisa Sieveking, Charles de Gaulle, Hitler being in Paris, Italo Balbo, Alan Duncan, Francis White, David Jones, Dylan Thomas, and Bernard Wall's book "A City and a World.".

Box: 2 Fold: 2 Facsimile of 1556 Document
1556

DESCRIPTION: 1 Facsimile of a document written in Latin?, dated 1556.

Box: 2 Fold: 3 Hague, Rene - Typed Mss by Wall, Barbara
1989?

DESCRIPTION: Typed Manuscript by Barbara Wall regarding the life of Rene Hague. Includes three chapters: "A Biographical Sketch (1905-1958)," "Piggotts: A Miscellany of Memories (1958-1963)," and "Ireland and Rene's Letters (1963-1981)" and also galleys of each of those chapters.

Box: 2 Fold: 4 "Second Appeal to the Vatican"
3/19/1971

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Manuscript dated 3/19/1971, presumably written by Bernard Wall, entitled, "Second Appeal to the Vatican," an appeal to preserve the Latin Mass.

Box: 2 Fold: 5 Teilhard de Chardin, Pierre - Journal
8/26/1915 - 9/22/1916

DESCRIPTION: Typed Journal by Teilhard de Chardin translated into English by Bernard Wall: "Notebook One: Diary, Notes, Impressions. Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Corporal stretcher-bearer, 4th mixed Zouave light infantry, No. 1 Company, 26 August 1915 - 22 September 1916." Includes Autograph Manuscript Signed translator's note by Bernard Wall.

Box: 2 Fold: 6 Teilhard de Chardin, Pierre - Journal
8/26/1915 - 9/22/1916

DESCRIPTION: Typed Manuscript journal by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin translated into English by Bernard Wall. Comprises Part 2 of Teilhard's journal in Box 2 Folder 5 of the Bernard and Barbara Wall Papers: Part 2.

Box: 2 Fold: 7 Teilhard de Chardin Journal - Corresp. re:
1973

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1973 regarding the journal of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin found in the Bernard and Barbara Wall Papers: Part 2: Box 2 Folders 5 and 6. The correspondence concerns editing the text of the journal.

Box: 2 Fold: 8 "Two Absentees: Rene Hague and Bernard Wall"
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated Typed Manuscript by Barbara Wall: "Two Absentees: Rene Hague and Bernard Wall." 80 pages long.

Box: 2 Fold: 9 "Widows and Widowers"
1979

DESCRIPTION: 1 Typed Manuscript by Barbara Wall: "Widows and Widowers." The book form of this item came out in 1979.

Box: 2 Fold: 10 Clippings & Reviews
1989 - 1990

DESCRIPTION: Printed Article by Anthony Gynn dated 11/24/1989 reviewing Barbara Wall's memoir of Rene Hague in "Catholic Herald:" "Crafted After the Fashion of an Ancient Craftsman." Printed Article by Fiona MacCarhty dated 1/2/1990 reviewing Wall's memoir of Hague in the "Guardian:" "Witty, Drunk, Holy, Bawdy." Printed Article dated 5/2/1990 in the "Evening Standard: "[Eric] Gill Ray." Printed Article by Brocard Sewell dated March-May 1990 in "Lodestar:" "An Unacademic Scholar Portrayed," reviewing Wall's memoir of Hague. 1 undated Printed Article by Christopher Skelton in "Matrix:" "Rene Hague and the Press at Pigotts."

Box: 2 Fold: 11 "In Memoriam"
5/2/1974

DESCRIPTION: 1 Printed Item: "In Memoriam: Bernard Wall, born 16 December 1908, died 2 May 1974."

Box: 2 Fold: 12 "Manzoni's Novel and his Ideas"
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated Printed Article by Bernard Wall: "Manzoni's Novel and His Ideas" from the "Dublin Review," Vol. 226 No. 456.

Box: 2 Fold: 13 Montuori, Mario
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 Printed Card: "L'Istituto Italiano Di Cultura ha il piacere di invitare la S.V. ad una conferenza che il Prof. Mario Montuori dell'Universita di Roma, terra sul tema, John Locke E la nascita del Mondo Moderno."

Box: 2 Fold: 14 Photographs
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated Photograph of Joan Hague. Also, 1 undated Photograph of an unidentified man and woman standing in front of a doorway.

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