Box: 1 Fold: 1 Adamson, Judy - Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 08/02/1970 - 10/03/1983

DESCRIPTION: 13 ALS to AR (dated); 2 TLS to AR (dated); 3 ALS to AR (n.d.). Adamson was a doctoral candidate working under Philip Stratford and corresponded with AR regarding her research (primarily on films associated with GG's works and his political journalism) and exchanging information. References to Neil Brennan and bibliographic work of Roland A. Wobbe.

Includes 1 ALS to Mrs. Helen Redway - letter of condolence on her husband's (AR) death.

(cf. TLS to Neil Brennan, folder 1:8)

Box: 1 Fold: 2 Bertram Rota Ltd. Correspondence / Newnham, Anthony
DATE SPAN: 11/11/1949 - 06/14/1956

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS to AR; 1 TLS to AR; 1 ACS to AR (mainly on company letterheads for Bertram Rota Ltd., Retail and Export Booksellers; and Anthony Newnham Bookseller) re. locating copies of articles by GG for AR; info. on GG book dustjackets and such. Refers to articles/books by GG: "The Seed-Cake and the Lore Lady," "All But Empty," "British Dramatists," "The Man Within,"

"Rumour at Nightfall," and a poem, "Caesar's Ghost." Reference also made to Evelyn Waugh and Bruce Marshall.

Box: 1 Fold: 3 Bertram Rota Ltd. Correspondence / Robertson, I.C.
DATE SPAN: 01/20/1967 - 01/20/1967

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS addressed to Frank Redway* (on company letterhead) re. publication of limited edition of GG's "May We Borrow Your Husband?" by Bertram Rota (spring 1967).

*Probably Mr. Newnham meant this for Alan Redway and was confused by the letterhead stationery used by the latter which still bears the name of his father, Frank Redway.

Box: 1 Fold: 4 Bertram Rota Ltd. Correspondence / Rota, Anthony B.
DATE SPAN: 08/05/1955 - 02/22/1984

DESCRIPTION: 9 TLS to AR (on company letterhead). Re: dustjacket info. for "The Confidential Agent," and "The Lawless Roads;" publication info. on American editions (some by Viking Press) of "This Gun for Hire," "The Confidential Agent," "Ministry of Fear," "Brighton Rock," "The Comedians," "Dr. Fischer of Geneva." Reference to GG's article on Shirley Temple (see letter 7/22/1974).

1 TLS to Mrs. Helen Redway - letter of condolence at Alan Redway's death.

Box: 1 Fold: 5 Bodley Head Correspondence / Reinhardt, Max
DATE SPAN: 10/24/1977 - 12/19/1977

DESCRIPTION: 2 TLS to AR; 1 xerox copy of forementioned TLS (dated 10/24/1977). Re: info. on GG's children's books. Includes list of GG's children's books with city and publication date).

Box: 1 Fold: 6 Bodley Head Ltd. Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 12/21/1977 - 10/16/1981

DESCRIPTION: 3 TLS to AR from Jill Black (on company letterhead) re. publication details and print runs of GG's "The Lottery Ticket," "The Human Factor," "Journey Without Maps," "The Lawless Roads."

1 TLS to AR from R.D. Cook, distribution-director for Chatto, Bodley Head & Cape Services Ltd. (Bodley Head Ltd. distributor) re. AR's order for "The Great Jowett."

4 TLS to AR from Mrs. Antonia Falk, secretary to Max Reinhardt and Jill Black (on company letterhead) re. print runs for various GG books (see lists in actual correspondence). Refers to "British Dramatists," and "The Pirate of the Round Pond."

Includes 1 typed list (on company letterhead) and 1 handwritten list of various GG books showing print runs, dates and prices.

Box: 1 Fold: 7 Brennan, Neil F. - Correspondence Sent (copies)
DATE SPAN: 12/18/1973 - 10/10/1980

DESCRIPTION: 1 TL (xerox copy) to Josephine Reid , secretary to GG. Includes on same sheet xerox copy of ANS from Reid to Brennan. (cf. xerox copy of TLS from Reid to Brennan, dated 10/30/1973, folder 1:8.)

TLS (xerox copy) to Robert H. Miller, bibliographer (author of "Graham Greene: A Descriptive Catalog, Univerity Press of Kentucky, 1979), critic, and professor of English at University of Louisville, Kentucky. (cf. 2 TLS and 1 TL (xerox copies) from Miller to Brennan, folder 1:8).

Box: 1 Fold: 8 Brennan, Neil F. - Correspondence Received (copies)
DATE SPAN: 10/18/1953 - 02/27/1983

DESCRIPTION: All xerox copies (unless specified otherwise) of ALS/TLS to Neil F. Brennan, arranged alphabetically by signee and chronologically for each.

1 TLS, 1 ALS from Judy Adamson. Includes 1 TL on reverse of the ALS dated 1/17/1983 (from Adamson?). References to GG's "The Tick of the Clock," "The Pleasure Dome," and R.A. Wobbe.

2 TLS from Nicolas Barker, general editor for Oxford University Press and editor for "The Book Collector," re. suggestions, editorial advice for the bibliography. Includes 1 TLS response from Brennan. (cf. Nicolas Barker TLS to AR in Oxford University Press folder 1:22.)

1 TLS from Dr. Uwe Boker of Universitat Regensburg, re. GG works in German translation.

1 ALS from W.J. Bryce Ltd.. 1 ALS from Anne M. Costello, superintendent of Clovernook Home for the Blind, Cincinnati, Ohio.

11 TLS from Elisabeth K. Dennys refer to AR's work; Norman Sherry; various GG reviews; "The Basement Room,"The Living Room," "The Potting Shed." Includes typed notes to Brennan from GG which Dennys attached to her own TNS (12/10/1982). (cf. Elisabeth Dennys, folder 1:13)

1 TLS from Rev. John M. Driscoll, V.P. for Academic Affairs, Villanova Univ. TLS from Ellen S. Dunlap, Humanities Research Center, Univ. of Texas. TL from Elizabeth C. Greene. TLS from Rebecca Head of Simon & Schuster. 1 TLS from David Leon Higdon, editor, Conradiana, Texas Tech Univ., Dubbock, Texas (re. his own bibliographic work on GG; refers to "The Heart of the Matter," "The End of the Affair.")

1 TLS, 1 TL from Louise Dennys (Lester & Orpen Dennys letterhead) re. "How Father Quixote Became a Monsignor," "J'Accuse," "Ways of Escape." (cf. Lester & Orpen Dennys Ltd., folder 1:19.)

3 TLS, 1 TL from Robert H. Miller re. "A Descriptive Catalogue," R.A. Wobbe, "The Human Factor," and purchase of "How Father Quixote Became a Monsignor." (cf. Robert H. Miller, folder 1:21).

7 TLS from Oxford University Press editors John Bell and Kim Scott Walwyn. (cf. Oxford University Press, folder 1:22)

6 TLS from Josephine Reid, secretary to GG. Includes attachments: 1 TL from GG to Brennan, 2 AL from AR to Brennan, 2 pp. typed "Notes for Bibliography," 2 pp. typed with 4 GG poems. 1 TLS with 4 pp. typed "Graham Greene, C-List - Tentative Additions, July 1973." (cf. Brennan's TLS to Reid, folder 1:7; and Josephine Reid, folder 1:24)

1 TLS from Karen J. Shaw, Viking Press sales department, re. AR and Cecil Woolf.

3 TLS from Norman Sherry refer to Brennan's bibliography with AR and Cecil Woolf; "Portable Graham Greene" edited by Philip Stratford (1973); his own biographical work on GG; info. on prizes won by GG; "A Sort of Life" typescript, Boston College. Includes 1 TL from Brennan to Sherry; 1 TL from Charles Seaton, "Spectator" librarian, to Sherry. (cf. Norman Sherry, folder 1:27.)

1 TLS, 1 TL, 1 TCS, 2 AC from Hensley Woodbridge, faculty member of foreign language department of Southern Illinois University, re: info. on American braille editions of GG's "The Heart of the Matter," "The Labyrinthine Ways," and various GG stories appearing in periodicals.

Folder includes double-sided xerox of 1 TLS from Judy Adamson, 1 TLS from Elizabeth C. Greene, and 1 ANS from Hensley Woodbridge re. GG in Nicaragua; double-sided xerox of 1 TLS from Nicolas Barker to Brennan, and 1 TLS from Ellen Dunlap to Brennan.

Box: 1 Fold: 9 Brennan, Neil F./Brennan Family - Miscellaneous
DATE SPAN: [01/06/1973]? - 11/08/1974

DESCRIPTION: 1 clipping re. death of Col. Herbert Owen Brennan, brother of Neil F. Brennan. 1 galley for Neil Brennan's review of GG's "The Quiet American." 7 pages of xeroxed photos of Brennan family visiting literary sites in Britain (home and grave of Dylan Thomas, grave of W.B. Yeats, church where Vivien and Graham Greene were married, Greene's school, and various unlabelled shots). Featured Brennan family members: Neil Brennan's daughters Bernadette and Margaret, wife Maxine.

Box: 1 Fold: 10 Carter, John - Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 11/15/1972 - 11/21/1972

DESCRIPTION: 2 TLS from John Carter, associate of Sotheby & Co., to AR refer to Wilfred Partington's papers on T.J. Wise, as well as to AR's bibliography with references to Cecil Woolf as collaborator.

1 AL from AR to John Carter responding to above TLS (n.d.). Describes history of Partington's papers and AR's own role in selling related correspondence for the widow of his uncle George Redway. Refers to Cecil Woolf as bibliography collaborator; complete set of GG's "Night and Day."

Box: 1 Fold: 11 William Clowes Ltd. Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 03/20/1980 - 03/20/1980

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS from J.A. Steele, production director of William Clowes Ltd., Printers and Bookbinders. Refers to print run of "In Search of Character," and " A Sense of Reality."

Box: 1 Fold: 12 Couto, Marie Aurora - Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 10/29/1978 - 09/21/1982

DESCRIPTION: 3 ALS, 1 AL to AR requesting info. for her work on a publication combining GG's novels and journalism.

Box: 1 Fold: 13 Dennys, Elisabeth Katharine - Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 01/02/1976 - 03/25/1985

DESCRIPTION: 24 TLS from Elisabeth Katharine Dennys, GG's sister, to AR refer to GG's "The Human Factor,"(Franklin Library edition) "The Lawless Roads," "Journey Without Maps," "The Return of A.J. Raffles," "Brighton Rock," "The Bear Fell Free," "Babbling April," "How Father Quixote Became a Monsignor" (Sylvester & Orphanos edition), "Ways of Escape" (Lester & Orpen Dennys edition), "Dr. Fischer of Geneva or the Bomb Party," "Travels with My Aunt," "The Honorary Consul" (Bodley Head Collected Edition), plays "For Whom the Bell Chimes," "Yes & No," various articles including a review of Evelyn Waugh's diaries. Also references to Anthony Rota, Marie Aurora Couto, Sir Hugh Greene, Conan Doyle's "The Last Galley," Francois Mauriac.

1 TLS to Mrs. Helen Redway. 1 AL from AR to Elisabeth Dennys re. American limited edition of "The Human Factor," and re. Robert Miller's "Descriptive Catalogue," and Roland A. Wobbe's prospective bibliography.

Box: 1 Fold: 14 Dennys, Nicholas - Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 06/16/1983 - 12/28/1985

DESCRIPTION: 3 ALS to AR (one addressed to "Frank" probably meaning AR). Includes 1 clipping re. The Gloucester Road Bookshop belonging to Nicholas Dennys, Sir Hugh Greene, and V. Sanders.

Box: 1 Fold: 15 Drucker, Leon - Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 04/11/1955 - 07/10/1985

DESCRIPTION: 4 ALS, 32 TLS, 1 TL, 6 ACS, 2 TCS, 1 TLS (xerox copy) from Leon Drucker, dealer in rare and fine books and manuscripts, to AR refer to AR's bibliographic collaboration with Neil Brennan; info. on GG articles in periodicals (some letters bear typescript attachments of letters to editors by GG copied for AR by Drucker); publication and textual info. on GG books including "Brighton Rock," "Ministry of Fear," "Stamboul Train," "The End of the Affair," "Loser Takes All," "The Confidential Agent," "A Visit to Morin," "It's a Battlefield," "Our Man in Havana," "Babbling April." Also refers to business including buying letters of George Orwell.

1 TLS to Mrs. Helen Redway re. Neil Brennan's tribute to AR in "ADAM" (vol. xxxxvi, 1984).

Box: 1 Fold: 16 Hart-Davis, Rupert - Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 10/17/1952 - 10/14/1957

DESCRIPTION: 11 TLS to AR (on company letterhead of Rupert Hart-Davis Limited Publishers) refer to editing drafts of AR's bibliography (John Hayward assigned as editor); GG's "Night and Day," "Stamboul Train," and to the J.B. Priestley threat of libel action against GG for the latter book.

1 ALS from AR to Hart-Davis re. work on bibliography with Neil Brennan.

Box: 1 Fold: 17 Hayward, John - Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 11/01/1952 - 10/26/1956

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS, 1 ACS, 11 TLS from John Hayward, editor to "The Book Collector," to AR re. info. on GG's contributions to periodicals; GG's books, "The Basement Room," "Night and Day," "The Power and the Glory," "A Gun for Sale"; and re. AR's bibliography sections A, B, C.

1 2-pp.AL (n.d.) from AR to John Hayward responding to the latter's edited typescript of the bibliography.

1 subscription form/brochure for "The Book Collector." 1 announcement to subscribers of John Hayward's death (printed).

Box: 1 Fold: 18 William Heinemann Ltd. Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 08/20/1952 - 02/11/1981

DESCRIPTION: 9 TLS from production/publicity staff members (on company letterhead) to AR re. publication info., print runs, price, sales, etc. of Heinenmann publications of GG books. References to "Brighton Rock,", "Nineteen Stories," "The Ministry of Fear," "Stamboul Train," "The Power and the Glory," "The Heart of the Matter," "Our Man in Havana."

1 book order form (William Heinemann Ltd.) with handwritten notes re. pages and dates of publication (?). 10 pp. handwritten lists (in AR's hand) of GG books gving first impression dates, print runs, dates, publisher/editons. 1 2-page typed list head "Total sales of all editions (except paperback) of all Graham Greene titles published by William Heinemann Limited up to 31st, January 1973."

Box: 1 Fold: 19 Lester & Orpen Dennys Ltd. Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 04/01/1980 - 09/14/1984

DESCRIPTION: 3 TLS, 1 ALS from Louise Dennys, daughter of Elisabeth Dennys and vice-president of Lester & Orpen Dennys Ltd. (publishers), to AR; 2 TLS from Nora Ryell and Linda V. Szostak, administrative assistants to AR. References to GG's books "Ways of Escape,"

"How Father Quixote Became a Monsignor," "Getting to Know the General."

References also to editions from Reidmore Pocol Enterprises Ltd., Canada, and Simon & Schuster.

(cf. Louise Dennys TLS to Neil Brennan, folder 1:8.)

Box: 1 Fold: 20 Low David - Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 03/12/1973 - 11/06/1982

DESCRIPTION: 6 TLS from David Low (David Low Booksellers Ltd., Oxford) to AR. 1 TLS from Low addressed to "Frank Redway" presumably meant for AR. References to GG's "A Virtue of Disloyalty," inscribed by GG to Low; "How Father Quixote Became a Monsignor" "A Wedding Among the Owls," "A Sort of Life," "Mr. Visconti"; and references to Elisabeth and husband Rodney Dennys, Nicholas Dennys, and to Jean Redway, artist (see her business card attached to TLS from Low to AR, dated 10/25/1982). References also to some Redway family members Low chanced to meet.

1 ALS from AR to Low re. "The Virtue of Disloyalty," and his own GG inscribed copy of "Loser Takes All."

1 advertisement brochure for "With All Faults," by David Low - reminiscences of 45 years of bookdealers in the British Isles and France - with introduction by GG (c. 1973).

Box: 1 Fold: 21 Miller, Robert H. - Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 01/24/1980 - 06/16/1981

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS, 5 TLS to AR refer to Roland A. Wobbe's bibliography published by Garland Publishing, Inc., N.Y./London; Neil Brennan; GG's "Stamboul Train," "The Confidential Agent" proof copy at Occidental College, California, "Ways of Escape," publication of "How Father Quixote Became a Monsignor" published by Sylvester & Orphanos; a GG MS "Airport" purchased by University of Louisville, Kentucky, which AR and Miller surmised to be an "early start at the [GG's] autobiography" (see Miller's TLS to AR dated 6/16/1981).

1 AL (n.d.) from AR to Miller refers to review of Miller's "Graham Greene: A Descriptive Catalog" (1979); GG Ms "Airport."

1 ALS from Miller to Leon Drucker refers to AR and Neil Brennan bibliography. (cf. Leon Drucker, folder 1:15 and Robert Miller TLS to Neil Brennan, folder 1:8.)

Box: 1 Fold: 22 Oxford University Press Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 12/14/1973 - 12/17/1987

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS (with xerox copy), 3 TLS, 1 ALS (with xerox copy) from Nicolas Barker to AR (on letterhead of "The Book Collector") refer to editorial matters for AR's bibliography including info. on publishing it in the OUP Soho bibliography series; also refer to Cecil Woolf.

1 AL from AR to Nicolas Barker re. bibliography, mentioning Rupert Hart-Davis as former prospective publisher, as well as John Hayward and Cecil Woolf. 1 ALS from AR to John Bell (n.d.) re. limited signed edition of "Ways of Escape," and proof copy of "Stamboul Train."

2 TLS to Mrs. Helen Redway from Nicolas Barker and "The Book Collector" - letters of condolence (incl. Barker's suggestion of in memoriam for AR to appear in the "Book Collector"). 1 subscription renewel reminder, 1 bill to AR for "The Book Collector."

23 TLS, 1 ALS, 1 ACS from OUP (incl. John Bell and Kim Scott Walwyn) refer to OUP's take over of the Soho bibliography series, Rupert Hart-Davis (founder of Soho bibliog. ser.), general relaying of info. between Nicolas Barker, Neil Brennan and AR. Includes copy of OUP Memorandum of Agreement with AR and Neil Brennan for "A Bibliography of Graham Greene (Soho Bibliographies)."

3 ALS from AR to Kim Scott Walwyn. 5 TLS (with xerox copies of 2) from Kim Scott Walwyn to Mrs. Helen Redway re. condolences at AR's death and news on the bibliography. 1 TLS (xerox copy), 1 TNS from Helen Redway to Walwyn.

Box: 1 Fold: 23 Pollinger, Gerald / Laurence Pollinger Ltd. Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 10/07/1980 - 10/07/1980

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS from Gerald Pollinger to AR re. info. on GG books print runs. 1 TN from Pearn, Pollinger & Higham Ltd. re. complimentary copies of Dutch edition of GG's "The End of the Affair" to Doris R. Young.

Box: 1 Fold: 24 Reid, Josephine - Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 08/20/1963 - 07/24/1975

DESCRIPTION: 9 TLS, 1 ALS (n.d.) to AR from Josephine Reid, secretary to GG, re. info. on GG books and stories including "Chagrin in Three Parts," and "The Overnight Bag," and on prizes won by GG for "The Honorary Consul."

2 ALS (n.d.) from AR to Reid.

Box: 1 Fold: 25 Reidmore Pocol Enterprises Ltd. Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 01/22/1981 - 01/22/1981

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS (signee signature not distinguishable; on company letterhead) to AR re. limited edition of GG's "Ways of Escape" published by Lester & Orpen Dennys and available through Reidmore Pocol.

Box: 1 Fold: 26 Schulz, Volker - Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 02/27/1978 - 06/10/1978

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS to GG re. "Collected Stories," "Twenty-One Stories." 1 TLS, 1 ALS to AR. 1 AL from AR to Volker Schulz. 2 fragments with Schulz's addresses.

Box: 1 Fold: 27 Sherry, Norman - Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 03/10/1977 - 09/07/1983

DESCRIPTION: 5 TLS to AR. Letter dated 5/2/1977 bears copies of 1 TLS from Neil Brennan and 1 TLS from "Spectator" librarian Charles Seaton (see same copies in Neil Brennan Correspondence Received, folder 1:8). 3 ALS to AR. 1 TLS to Helen Redway - condolence.

References to the bibliography, Cecil Woolf, GG as literary editor of the "Spectator," "Night and Day," Sherry's interview with Vivien Greene for his GG biography.

Box: 1 Fold: 28 Spender, Stephen - Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 11/19/1953 - 11/19/1953


Box: 1 Fold: 29 Stratford, Philip - Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 01/02/1964 - 07/18/1978

DESCRIPTION: 8 ALS, 1 ACS, 1 ANS to AR from Stratford, editor of the "Portable Graham Greene," refer to the latter and other of his GG studies; AR's bibliography ( and Cecil Woolf); Roland Wobbe's GG bibliography; Judy Adamson's work on GG.

1 ALS to Helen Redway - condolence.

1 undated AL (2 pp., plus 1 AN showing years GG visited various countries) from AR to Stratford giving brief history of the bibliography with Neil Brennan and Cecil Woolf. Reference to Nicolas Barker; John Hayward; Rupert Hart-Davis; Judy Adamson; Robert Owen Evans, editor of "Graham Greene: Some Critical Considerations" (University of Kentucky Press, 1963); book by G.D. Phillips, "Graham Greene: The Films of His Fiction" (1974).

1 fragment of printed article by Stratford, "Anyone for Tenerife?"

Box: 1 Fold: 30 Sylvester & Orphanos / Stathis Orphanos
DATE SPAN: 05/05/1980 - 05/05/1980

DESCRIPTION: 1 invoice plus TNS to AR re. latter's order of "How Father Quixote Became a Monsignor." Printed fragment of booklist and prices of GG books sold by Sylvestor & Orphanos.

Box: 1 Fold: 31 Woolf, Cecil - Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 03/10/1954 - 09/21/1977

DESCRIPTION: 7 ALS, 10 TLS, 3 ACS to AR re. collaboration on bibliography; refer also to GG's verse in pamphlet form "After Two Years," and "For Christmas."

2 AL (n.d.), 2 AL (dated), 2 ALS (dated), 1 ALS (n.d.) from AR to Woolf include references to "This Gun for Hire," "A Gun for Sale," "Our Man in Havana," The Heart of the Matter," "The Comedians," "The Power and the Glory."

Box: 1 Fold: 32 Young, Doris R. - Correspondence
DATE SPAN: 05/11/1953 - 07/23/1957

DESCRIPTION: 7 TLS, 6 TC/TCS to AR from Doris Young, secretary to GG, refer to "The Bear Fell Free," "After Two Years," "For Christmas," "The Basement Room," "The Little Horse Bus," and the Swedish edition of "The Quiet American."

Box: 2 Fold: 1 Greene, Graham to Alan R. Redway (June 27, 1949)
DATE SPAN: 06/27/1949 - 06/27/1949

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS from GG to AR re. approval for the bibliography and refers to John Carter. Reference also to a letter from "Mrs. Stevenson" (Fanny Vandegrift Osbourne, wife of Robert Louis Stevenson. GG's mother Marion Raymond Greene was a cousin of Robert Louis Stevenson) to Lady Colin Campbell.

Box: 2 Fold: 2 Greene, Graham to Alan R. Redway (July 18, 1949)
DATE SPAN: 07/18/1949 - 07/18/1949

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS from GG to AR re. letter from John Carter (included in this folder), "Babbling April."

1 TLS from John Carter to AR (cf. above letter from GG to AR) refers to AR's proposed GG bibliography and to "The Letters of Thomas J. Wise to John Henry Wrenn" published by Alfred A. Knopf.

Box: 2 Fold: 3 Greene, Graham to Alan R. Redway (March 13, 1950)
DATE SPAN: 03/13/1950 - 03/13/1950

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS from GG to AR re. GG's contributions to book introductions; info. on bindings for "The Basement Room," "The Ministry of Fear"; notes on "Babbling April"; American editions and title changes for "The Third Man," "Stamboul Train" (Amer. "Orient Express"), "A Gun for Sale" (Amer. "This Gun for Hire"), "The Lawless Roads" (Amer. "Another Mexico"), "The Power and the Glory" (Amer. "The Labyrinthine Ways").

2 AL from AR responding to above.

Box: 2 Fold: 4 Greene, Graham to Alan R. Redway (March 22, 1951)
DATE SPAN: 03/22/1951 - 03/22/1951

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS (2 pp.) from GG to AR refers to "Babbling April" and connection to "The Revolver in the Corner Cupboard." Includes list by GG of his contributions to anthologies; info. on dramatizations of "Brighton Rock," "The Heart of the Matter," "The Power and the Glory."

Box: 2 Fold: 5 Greene, Graham to Alan R. Redway (March 27, 1953)
DATE SPAN: 03/27/1953 - 03/27/1953

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS refers to Neil Brennan's early work (then separate from AR's) on a GG bibliography; GG's verse "After Two Years," and "For Christmas"; special Viking Press limited edition of "The Heart of the Matter."

2 AL (n.d., but directly related/responding to above GG letter) from AR includes reference to pamphlet "Graham Greene Criticism: A Bibliographical Study" by William F. Birmingham, Jr.

Box: 2 Fold: 6 Greene, Graham to Alan R. Redway (March 31, 1953)
DATE SPAN: 03/31/1953 - 03/31/1953

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS providing Neil Brennan's address in Alabama. Refers to Brennan's bibliographic work, Rupert Hart-Davis, "After Two Years," and "For Christmas," and GG's intro. to "The Best of Saki."

Box: 2 Fold: 7 Greene, Graham to Alan R. Redway (July 10, 1953)
DATE SPAN: 07/10/1953 - 07/10/1953

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS re. GG's permission to AR to examine his files.

Box: 2 Fold: 8 Greene, Graham to Alan R. Redway (November 16, 1953)
DATE SPAN: 11/16/1953 - 11/16/1953

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS refers to publication info. on "Journey Without Maps," "The Confidential Agent," "After Two Years." Also references to practical joke on the "Times" with John Sutro, tribute to Max Beerbohm, and Alan Dent.

1 AL from AR to GG thanking GG for use of his files, provides rough list of GG works that AR could not locate info. on. Verso shows publication notes on "Stamboul Train," "It's a Battlefield," "The Ministry of Fear," all uniform editions published by William Heinemann.

Box: 2 Fold: 9 Greene, Graham to Alan R. Redway (April 26, 1954)
DATE SPAN: 04/26/1954 - 04/26/1954


Box: 2 Fold: 10 Greene, Graham to Alan R. Redway (May 10, 1954)
DATE SPAN: 05/10/1954 - 05/10/1954

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS (2 pp.) responding to AR's draft of first part of bibliography with specific info. on some titles: "The Third Man," "The Confidential Agent," "It's a Battlefield," "Journey without Maps."

Box: 2 Fold: 11 Greene, Graham to Alan R. Redway (July 8, 1954)
DATE SPAN: 07/08/1954 - 07/08/1954


Box: 2 Fold: 12 Greene, Graham to Alan R. Redway (Oct. 4, 1954)
DATE SPAN: 10/04/1954 - 10/04/1954


Box: 2 Fold: 13 Greene, Graham to Alan R. Redway (Jan. 31, 1955)
DATE SPAN: 01/31/1955 - 01/31/1955

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS refers to "The Blue Film" a GG article, probably in reference to an AR query for the C List.

Box: 2 Fold: 14 Greene, Graham to Alan R. Redway (July 28 1955)
DATE SPAN: 07/28/1955 - 07/28/1955

DESCRIPTION: 1 TL (dictated and signed in absence for GG by secretary).

Box: 2 Fold: 15 Greene, Graham to Alan R. Redway (January 31, 1956)
DATE SPAN: 01/31/1956 - 01/31/1956

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS refers to "A Day Saved" and the book of short stories, "Nine O'Clock Stories," to which the former was supposedly a contribution though GG claims in this TLS not to remember. Refers also to the Swedish translation of "The Quiet American."

Box: 2 Fold: 16 Greene, Graham to Alan R. Redway (May 27, 1957)
DATE SPAN: 05/27/1957 - 05/27/1957

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS refers to the "Oxford Outlook" to which GG submitted work under the name of Hilary Trend, and to his long serialised poem, "Sad Cure" submitted to the "Cherwell." (cf. Clippings series, box 7)

Box: 2 Fold: 17 Greene, Graham to Alan R. Redway (Aug. 6, 1957)
DATE SPAN: 08/06/1957 - 08/06/1957

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS refers to the repressed William Heinemann Ltd. publication of "Stamboul Train." (cf. J.B. Priestley).

Box: 2 Fold: 18 Greene, Graham to Alan R. Redway (Aug. 12, 1957)
DATE SPAN: 08/12/1957 - 08/12/1957

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS refers to GG's reluctance to write intro. to AR's bibliography.

Box: 2 Fold: 19 Greene, Graham to Alan R. Redway (June 12, 1958)
DATE SPAN: 06/12/1958 - 06/12/1958

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS re. "The Decachord" magazine and GG's contributions (verse). (cf. Clippings series, box 7.)