Summary Information

Repository
George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine 04011
Creator
Russell, Francis, 1910-1989
Title
Francis Russell papers
ID
M159
Date [inclusive]
1902-1994, undated
Extent
16.5 linear feet
Location note
Collection stored offsite.
Language
English

Preferred Citation

Francis Russell Papers, George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine


Biographical/Historical Note

Francis Russell was born on January 12, 1910, in Boston, Massachusetts. He attended both the Roxbury Latin School and the Boston Latin School before matriculating at Harvard, where he spent two years. He then studied in Grenoble, Toulouse and Breslau before entering Bowdoin College in September of 1931. He graduated cum laude in 1933 and received a Master of Arts degree from Harvard in 1937. During World War II he was a captain in the Black Watch Royal Canadian Highlanders. After the war he stayed in Germany for several years as a political intelligence officer for the British. A historian and author, he wrote numerous articles and novels, including The Great Interlude, The Shadow of Blooming Grove, The Making of the Nation, A City in Terror, and Sacco & Vanzetti: the Case Resolved. Beginning in the 1950s, Russell contributed to American Heritage, Horizon magazine and other publications. He received Guggenheim Fellowships in 1964 and 1965, was a director of the Goethe Society of New England, and was a Fellow of the Society of American Historians. He was a member of the Black Watch Association and the Boston Authors' Club, was the recipient of the Edgar Award of the Mystery Writers of America in 1962, and was the recipient of the Friendship Award of the Federal Republic of Germany. In 1966 he married Sharon Soong, whom he divorced in 1981 and with whom he had one daughter, Sara. On March 16, 1984, he married Rosalind Lawson. Russell died on March 20, 1989, in Falmouth, Massachusetts.


Scope and Content

Consists mostly of correspondence and writings. Correspondents include Ezra Pound and Henry Beston, although letters are chiefly exchanged among family members and personal friends. Writings include notes, drafts, plate proofs, galleys, and published articles. The collection also includes an extensive number of pamphlets and notes documenting Russell's military career. Smaller series comprise biographical information, images, clippings, and printed ephemera.


Administrative Information

Publication Information

George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine 04011

3000 College Station
Brunswick, Maine, 04011
(207) 725-3288
scaref@bowdoin.edu

Access Restrictions

The collection is stored offsite and must be requested at least 4 full business days in advance for retrieval. Contact Special Collections & Archives before visiting. Otherwise, no restrictions.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright retained by donor.


Collection Inventory

Correspondence, 1914-1994, undated   3.0 linear feet

Series Description:

Correspondence, 1914-1994, with a large number of undated letters. The series consists primarily of private correspondence, mostly between family members and personal friends, but also contains letters to Russell from others, including Ezra Pound and Henry Beston. Also included are letters from editors and publishing houses concerning Russell's publications.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically, with undated correspondence arranged alphabetically by surname at end of series.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Offsite-Box Folder
1 1

1914 

1 2

1925 

1 3

1932 

1 4

1933 

1 5

1935 

1 6

1936 

1 7

1937 

1 8

1938 

1 9

1939 

1 10

1940 

1 11

1941 January-June 

1 12

1941 July-December 

1 13

1942 January-June 

1 14

1942 July-December 

1 15

1943 January 

1 16

1943 February 

1 17

1943 March 

1 18

1943 April 

1 19

1943 May 

1 20

1943 June 

1 21

1943 July 

1 22

1943 August 

1 23

1943 September 

1 24

1943 October 

1 25

1943 November 

1 26

1943 December 

1 27

1944 January 

1 28

1944 February 

1 29

1944 March 

1 30

1944 April 

1 31

1944 May 

1 32

1944 June 

1 33

1944 July 

1 34

1944 August 

1 35

1944 September 

1 36

1944 October 

1 37

1944 November 

1 38

1944 December 

2 1

1945 January 

2 2

1945 February 

2 3

1945 March 

2 4

1945 April 

2 5

1945 May 

2 6

1945 June 

2 7

1945 July 

2 8

1945 August 

2 9

1945 September 

2 10

1945 October 

2 11

1945 November 

2 12

1945 December 

2 13

1946 January 

2 14

1946 February 

2 15

1946 March 

2 16

1946 April 

2 17

1946 May 

2 18

1946 June 

2 19

1946 July 

2 20

1946 August 

2 21

1946 September 

2 22

1946 October 

2 23

1946 November 

2 24

1946 December 

2 25

1947 January 

2 26

1947 February 

2 27

1947 March 

2 28

1947 April 

2 29

1947 May 

2 30

1947 June 

2 31

1947 July 

2 32

1947 August 

2 33

1947 September 

2 34

1947 October 

2 35

1947 November 

2 36

1947 December 

3 1

1948 January-June 

3 2

1948 July-December 

3 3

1949 January-June 

3 4

1949 July-September 

3 5

1949 October-December 

3 6

1950 January-June 

3 7

1950 August-December 

3 8

1951 January-April 

3 9

1951 May-December 

3 10

1952 

3 11

1953 

3 12

1954 

3 13

1955 

3 14

1956 

3 15

1957 

3 16

1958 

3 17

1959 

3 18

1960 January-July 

3 19

1960 August-December 

3 20

1961 January-July 

3 21

1961 August-December 

3 22

1962 January-July 

3 23

1962 August-December 

3 24

1963 January-April 

3 25

1963 May-August 

3 26

1963 September-December 

3 27

1964 January-April 

3 28

1964 May-August 

3 29

1964 September-December 

4 1

1965 January-June 

4 2

1965 July-December; correspondence with year only 

4 3

1966 January-March 

4 4

1966 April-December 

4 5

1967 

4 6

1968 January-February 

4 7

1968 March-December 

4 8

1969 January-July 

4 9

1969 August-December 

4 10

1970 January-July 

4 11

1970 August-December 

4 12

1971 January-July 

4 13

1971 August-December 

4 14

1972 January-June 

4 15

1972 July-December 

4 16

1973 January-August 

4 17

1973 September-December 

4 18

1974 

4 19

1975 January-June 

4 20

1975 July-December 

4 21

1976 

4 22

1977 

4 23

1978 

4 24

1979 

5 1

1980 

5 2

1981 

5 3

1984 

5 4

1985 

5 5

1986 

5 6

1987 

5 7

1988 January-May 

5 8

1988 June-December 

5 9

1989 January-March 

5 10

1989 April-December 

5 11

1990 

5 12

1994 

5 13

Letters from Henry Beston: 1957 February-1966 January; Elizabeth Beston: 1968 April. 

5 14

n.d. A[?] [?] 

5 15

n.d. A. Fursenb[er] 

5 16

n.d. Alice Robbins 

5 17

n.d. Alice Sturtzen 

5 18

n.d. Alison [?] 

5 19

n.d. Amy [?] [aunt] 

5 20

n.d. Amy Russell Southwell 

5 21

n.d. Andrew W. Welch 

5 22

n.d. Anne [?] 

5 23

n.d. Anne Lydon 

5 24

n.d. Arthur Mann 

5 25

n.d. Barbara [?] 

5 26

n.d. Barkers family 

5 27

n.d. Bernice Napper, The Warren Gamaliel Harding Memorial Foundation, Inc. 

5 28

n.d. Beth [?] 

5 29

n.d. Boldt family 

5 30

n.d. Bristol 9 

5 31

n.d. Burt [?] 

5 32

n.d. Cornelia [?] 

5 33

n.d. C[una] [?] 

5 34

n.d. D.G. [P]ickles 

5 35

n.d. D.G. Scott 

5 36

n.d. Dave Stanton 

5 37

n.d. Delores D. Bush 

5 38

n.d. Dianne Butcher 

5 39

n.d. Doris King 

5 40

n.d. Dorothy Williamson 

5 41

n.d. Edith Darling 

5 42

n.d. Edith [Thelmstone] 

5 43

n.d. [?] Eichendorff 

5 44

n.d. Elise Lieb 

5 45

n.d. Elizabeth [?] 

5 46

n.d. Elizabeth Sewall Glenn 

5 47

n.d. Ellen [?] 

5 48

n.d. Else [?] 

5 49

n.d. E[v]a Helferich 

5 50

n.d. F[?] [?] 

5 51

n.d. Florence O. Miller 

5 52

n.d. Folio Society 

5 53

n.d. Fran [?] 

5 54

n.d. Frances [?] 

5 55

n.d. Francis Russell 

5 56

n.d. Frederick Bebby 

5 57

n.d. Freyda [?] 

5 58

n.d. Gerd [?] 

5 59

n.d. Grace [?] 

5 60

n.d. Gwen Chattert[e]n 

5 61

n.d. Hana Scott 

5 62

n.d. Hannes Stoklossa 

5 63

n.d. Harry Knight 

5 64

n.d. Hartmann family 

5 65

n.d. Henry Hancock 

5 66

n.d. Herbert [?] 

5 67

n.d. [Herrlichst] [T.] [Steffi] 

5 68

n.d. Hilma Barrett 

5 69

n.d. Hollis P. Nichols 

5 70

n.d. Hugh Kearney 

5 71

n.d. James Rall 

5 72

n.d. Jane Schermerhorn 

5 73

n.d. Jaqueline [?] 

5 74

n.d. Jeanne Stanley 

5 75

n.d. Jim Bernard 

5 76

n.d. Jim Frost 

5 77

n.d. Joan [?] 

5 78

n.d. John [?] 

5 79

n.d. John Cutler 

5 80

n.d. John, G[iseler] and Lo 

5 81

n.d. John C. Taylor, III 

5 82

n.d. Joseph Paikert 

5 83

n.d. Judy [?] 

6 1

n.d. Julia [?] 

6 2

n.d. Karin [?] 

6 3

n.d. Kathleen [?] 

6 4

n.d. Ken Duckett 

6 5

n.d. Kit and Jane Reed 

6 6

n.d. Klari [?] 

6 7

n.d. L. Passet 

6 8

n.d. Lesley Macleod 

6 9

n.d. Lois [?] 

6 10

n.d. M[?] H[?] 

6 11

n.d. Margaret Dunne 

6 12

n.d. Marina [?] 

6 13

n.d. Marion and Henry Rupp 

6 14

n.d. Mark [?] 

6 15

n.d. Mary [?] 

6 16

n.d. Maxine [?] 

6 17

n.d. Nicole Himmer 

6 18

n.d. Paine Knickerbocker 

6 19

n.d. Pamela [?] 

6 20

n.d. Pat R. 

6 21

n.d. Patty Hamburger 

6 22

n.d. R. Chapman 

6 23

n.d. Ray Campbell 

6 24

n.d. R.D. 

6 25

n.d. Rhondda and Theodora Bosanquet 

6 26

n.d. Risa [?] 

6 27

n.d. Robert Hillyer 

6 28

n.d. Ron [?] 

6 29

n.d. Rosemary [?] 

6 30

n.d. Russ and Martha Dakin 

6 31

n.d. Ruth [?] 

6 32

n.d. S[?] [?] 

6 33

n.d. Sab[?] [?] 

6 34

n.d. Sara R. Ehrmann 

6 35

n.d. Sharon "Sheri" Soong 

6 36

n.d. Spike [Sprung] 

6 37

n.d. Sylvia [?] 

6 38

n.d. Tamara Czerniszow 

6 39

n.d. Thomas Nicholson 

6 40

n.d. Time and Tide 

6 41

n.d. Ulli [?] 

6 42

n.d. Edith Hamburger [mother] 

6 43

n.d. Unidentified 

6 44

n.d. Unidentified [incomplete] 


Writings   8.5 linear feet

Series Description:

Contains six subseries: Articles and stories; Poetry; Miscellaneous notes and manuscripts; Notebooks; Journals; and Other people. Includes writings consisting of drafts and proofs of book manuscripts. Also consists of drafts and variations of articles, fiction, book reviews, poetry, journals, notebooks, research notes and materials, and unpublished works. Also included are expository and creative writings by others.

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically by title.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Articles and Stories 

Box Folder
7 1

"99,999,999 Hurrahs." National Review: 6 December 1958. 

7 2

"American Heritage History 1865-1917: The Confident Years." Chapter 1: holograph. 

7 3

"American Heritage History..." Chapter 2: holograph. 

7 4

"American Heritage History..." Chapter 3: holograph. 

7 5

"American Heritage History..." Chapter 4: holograph. 

7 6

"American Heritage History..." Chapter 5: holograph. 

7 7

"American Heritage History..." Chapter 6: holograph. 

7 8

"American Heritage History..." Chapter 7: holograph. 

7 9

"American Heritage History..." Chapter 8: holograph. 

7 10

"American Heritage History..." Chapter 9: holograph. 

7 11

"American Heritage History..." Chapter 10: holograph. 

7 12

"The American Melting Pot." 

7 13

"The American Weimar." 

7 14

"The Anabaptist of Munster" 

7 15

"Another Oscar." National Review: 27 August 1960. 

7 16

"Apostle to the Indians." research notes. 

7 17

"Apostle to the Indians." draft 1 [inc.]. 

7 18

"Apostle to the Indians." draft 2. 

7 19

"Apostle to the Indians." American Heritage: December 1957. 

7 20

"The Archpoet." Horizon: November 1960. 

7 21

"August 6, 1945." 

7 22

"Autharts." version 1. 

7 23

"Autharts." version 2. 

7 24

"Autharts." version 3 [inc.]. 

7 25

"Autharts." version 4. 

7 26

"The Bard of Bromsgrove." draft 1. 

7 27

"The Bard of Bromsgrove." draft 2. 

7 28

"Beginers' Bergman." National Review: 4 November 1961. 

7 29

"Beibernheim Revisited." 

7 30

"Before Pearl Harbor." 

7 31

"Billy and Aimee in Boston: Billy Graham and Aimee Semple McPherson." 

7 32

"Birthplace of a President." Country Journal: April 1976. 

8 1

"The Black Loyalists." draft 1. 

8 2

"The Black Loyalists." draft 2. 

8 3

"Blessed Oliver Plunket." 

8 4

"Bloody Harlan." The Countryman: Winter 1947. 

8 5

"Blue Afternoon." Monitor: 31 May 1951. 

8 6

"The Blue Angel - Then and Now." National Review: 10 October 1959. 

8 7

"Blue Evening." 

8 8

"Books in Brief" [book reviews]. National Review. 

8 9

"Borrow's Lost Book." draft 1. 

8 10

"Borrow's Lost Book." draft 2 [inc.]. 

8 11

"Borrow's Lost Book." draft 3 [inc.]. 

8 12

"Bowdoin Beata." c.1 

8 13

"Bowdoin Beata." c.2 

8 14

"Bowdoin Beata." Bowdoin Magazine: November 1979. 

8 15

"Breslau Revisited." research materials. 

8 16

"Breslau Revisited." Horizon: Winter 1967. 

8 17

"The Bromsgrove Boy and the Shropshire Lad." research material. 

8 18

"The Bromsgrove Boy and the Shropshire Lad." research notes. 

8 19

"The Bromsgrove Boy and the Shropshire Lad." draft 1. 

8 20

"The Bromsgrove Boy and the Shropshire Lad." draft 2. 

8 21

"Bubble, Bubble - No Toil, No Trouble." American Heritage: February 1973. 

8 22

"Butler the Beast." draft 1. 

8 23

"Butler the Beast." draft 2. 

8 24

"Butler the Beast." American Heritage: April 1968. 

8 25

"By a Set of Curious Chances." 

8 26

"By a Set of Curious Chances." National Review: 11 October 1958. 

8 27

"Canadian Wilderness Artist." 

8 28

"The Cantos of Ezra Pound." research materials. 

8 29

"The Cantos of Ezra Pound." research notes. 

8 30

"The Cantos of Ezra Pound." draft 1. 

8 31

"The Cantos of Ezra Pound." draft 2. 

8 32

"The Cantos of Ezra Pound." draft 3. 

8 33

"The Cantos of Ezra Pound." draft 4. 

8 34

"The Cantos of Ezra Pound." draft parts. 

8 35

"The Cantos of Ezra Pound." version 1. 

8 36

"The Cantos of Ezra Pound." version 2. 

8 37

"Celluloid Castles in Spain." National Review: 13 February 1962. 

8 38

"Charles Ponzi and the Boston Bubble." draft 1. 

8 39

"Charles Ponzi and the Boston Bubble." draft 2. 

8 40

"Charles Ponzi and the Boston Bubble." draft 3. 

8 41

"The Christmas Tree." 

8 42

"Cities and Places: Mid-Atlantic." 

8 43

"Cities and Places: Return to Dublin." 

8 44

"The CMTC: The Citizens' Military Training Camps Where Half a Million Young Men Served as Summer Soldiers Between the Two Worlds." 

8 45

"The CMTC: Neglected Episode. A Rookie Remembers Fort Ethan Allen." research materials. 

8 46

"The CMTC: Neglected Episode. A Rookie Remembers Fort Ethan Allen." draft 1. 

8 47

"The CMTC: Neglected Episode. A Rookie Remembers Fort Ethan Allen." draft 2. 

8 48

"The CMTC: Neglected Episode. A Rookie Remembers Fort Ethan Allen." draft 3. 

8 49

"The CMTC: Neglected Episode. A Rookie Remembers Fort Ethan Allen." draft 4. 

9 1

"The Colonel." research notes. 

9 2

"The Colonel." 

9 3

"Colonel Teddy." research materials. 

9 4

"Colonel Teddy." research notes [1/2]. 

9 5

"Colonel Teddy." research notes [2/2]. 

9 6

"Colonel Teddy." draft 1, p.1-43. 

9 7

"Colonel Teddy." draft 1, p.44-95. 

9 8

"Colonel Teddy." draft 2 [inc.]. 

9 9

"Colonel Teddy." draft 3 [inc.]. 

9 10

"Colonel Teddy." draft 4 [inc.]. 

10 1

"The Concord and the Merrimack: A Voyage After Thoreau." research notes. 

10 2

"The Concord and the Merrimack: A Voyage After Thoreau." Introduction: draft 1. 

10 3

"The Concord and the Merrimack: A Voyage After Thoreau." Introduction: draft 2. 

10 4

"The Concord and the Merrimack: A Voyage After Thoreau." Introduction: draft 3. 

10 5

"The Concord and the Merrimack: A Voyage After Thoreau." Foreward: draft 1. 

10 6

"The Concord and the Merrimack: A Voyage After Thoreau." Foreward: draft 2. 

10 7

"The Concord and the Merrimack: A Voyage After Thoreau." Foreward: draft 3. 

10 8

"The Concord and the Merrimack: A Voyage After Thoreau." Foreward: draft 4. 

10 9

"The Concord and the Merrimack: A Voyage After Thoreau." draft 1. 

10 10

"The Concord and the Merrimack: A Voyage After Thoreau." draft 2. 

10 11

"Calvin Coolidge: A Chronicle Play." research materials. 

10 12

"Calvin Coolidge: A Chronicle Play." research notes. 

10 13

"Calvin Coolidge: A Chronicle Play." research notebook. 

10 14

"Calvin Coolidge: A Chronicle Play." 

10 15

"The Countryness of E.B. White." 1986. 

10 16

"The Cruel City." 

10 17

"The Cult of Henry Miller." 1961. 

10 18

"The Cult of Henry Miller." National Review: 12 August 1961. 

10 19

"The Cults and the Times." 

10 20

"Daddy Stokes." 

10 21

"Darkness Over Dorchester." 

10 22

"Darkness Over Dorchester: Living and Dying in Boston." National Review: 23 November 1973. 

10 23

"Days Out of My Life." 

10 24

"Death in Dorchester." 

10 25

"The Death Watch." National Review: 9 April 1960. 

10 26

"Disney Rides Again." National Review: 9 May 1959. 

10 27

"Doing the Harvard Bounce." research notes. 

10 28

"Doing the Harvard Bounce." Harvard Magazine: May-June 1982. 

10 29

"The Dynast from East Boston: Joseph Patrick Kennedy." 

10 30

"Edith Wharton and Henry James." 

10 31

"Eight Horsemen of the Apocalypse." National Review: 8 May 1962. 

10 32

"The End of Mattapan Macky." 

10 33

"The End of Omerta." Boston Magazine: March 1986. 

10 34

"England Yesterday and England Today." Monitor: 15 December 1949. 

10 35

"The English Sparrow in America, 1850-1950." 

10 36

"Epic, Epic, Who's Got the Epic?" National Review: 11 February 1961. 

10 37

"Epitaph for Dylan Thomas." c.1. 

10 38

"Epitaph for Dylan Thomas." c.2. 

10 39

"Extravaganza and Simple Truth." National Review: 5 December 1959. 

10 40

"Ezra in Vinculis: Ezra Pound in St. Elizabeth's Hospital." 

10 41

"Father to the Six Nations." American Heritage: April 1959. 

10 42

"Fort Devens and the New U.S. Army." c.1. 

10 43

"Fort Devens and the New U.S. Army." c.2. 

10 44

"The Four Mysteries of Warren Harding." American Heritage: April 1963. 

10 45

"From an Air Observation Post." 

10 46

"Frost in the Evening." Horizon: November 1958. 

10 47

"The Gathering Storm." 

10 48

"Generalismo." 

10 49

"Germania." research materials. 

10 50

"Germania." research notes. 

10 51

"Germania." draft 1. 

10 52

"Germania." draft 2. 

10 53

"Germania." draft 3. 

10 54

"Germany: Summer's End 1948." 

11 1

"The Ghost of Roger Casement." c.1. 

11 2

"The Ghost of Roger Casement." c.2. 

11 3

"The Ghost of Roger Casement." National Review: 7 November 1959. 

11 4

"The Ghost of Scollay Square." 

11 5

"Goethe and Friederike Brion: An Alsatian Idyll in Which German Lyric Poetry Was Reborn." research notes. 

11 6

"Goethe and Friederike Brion..." draft parts. 

11 7

"Goethe and Friederike Brion..." draft 1. 

11 8

"Goethe and Friederike Brion..." draft 2. 

11 9

"Goethe and Friederike Brion..." draft 3. 

11 10

"Goethe and Friederike Brion..." draft 4. 

11 11

"Goethe and Friederike Brion..." draft 5. 

11 12

"Goethe and Friederike Brion..." draft 6 [inc.]. 

11 13

"Goethe and Friederike Brion..." draft 7. 

11 14

"Goethe and Friederike Brion..." draft 8. 

11 15

"Goethe and Friederike Brion..." draft 9. 

11 16

"Goethe and Friederike Brion..." draft 10 [inc.]. 

11 17

"Goethe and Friederike Brion..." draft 11 [inc.]. 

11 18

"Goethe and Friederike Brion..." draft 12 [inc.]. 

11 19

"Goethe and Friederike Brion..." draft 13 [inc.]. 

11 20

"Goethe and Friederike Brion..." draft 14 [inc.]. 

11 21

"Gogarty: Last of the Wits." draft 1. 

11 22

"Gogarty: Last of the Wits." National Review: 11 January 1958. 

11 23

"Going to the Dogs." National Review: 31 December 1962. 

11 24

"The Gospel According to MGM." National Review: 2 December 1961. 

11 25

"Grampa Honey Fitz." National Review: 17 July 1962. 

11 26

"The Grand Tour." 

11 27

"At the Grave of Henry James." 

11 28

"Great Interlude." research materials. 

11 29

"Great Interlude." research notes. 

11 30

"The Great Interlude." draft 1 [inc.]. 

11 31

"The Great Interlude." draft 2. 

11 32

"The Great Interlude." Chapter 8: draft. 

11 33

"The Great Interlude." Galleys [1/2]. 

11 34

"The Great Interlude." Galleys [2/2]. 

11 35

"The Great Interlude." Plate proofs. 

12 1

"The Greening of Boston." 

12 2

"The Green Mallard." 

12 3

"A Hand With the Land." The Countryman: Autumn 1949. 

12 4

"The Harding Papers." American Heritage: February 1965. 

12 5

"Harvard vs. Yale." 

12 6

"Herr Hamlet." National Review: 26 August 1961. 

12 7

"The Hill." research material. 

12 8

"The Hill." research notes. 

12 9

"The Hill." draft parts. 

12 10

"The Hill." Chapter 1: draft of version 1. 

12 11

"The Hill." Chapter 1: draft of version 2 [inc.]. 

12 12

"The Hill." Chapter 1: "Dorchester Hill." 

12 13

"The Hill and the Village." 

12 14

"The Hills of Camden and Edna St. Vincent Millay." draft 1. 

12 15

"The Hills of Camden and Edna St. Vincent Millay." draft 2. 

12 16

"Himmler's Death." 

12 17

"The History of the National Era." Chapters 1-3. 

12 18

"The History of the National Era." Chapters 4-6. 

12 19

"The History of the National Era." Chapters 7-9. 

12 20

"The History of the National Era." Chapters 10-11. 

12 21

"Honey Fitz." American Heritage: August 1968. 

12 22

"The Honourable Peter Isaacs." draft 1. 

12 23

"The Honourable Peter Isaacs." draft 2. 

12 24

"How to Destroy a Suburb." 

12 25

"How to Write a Screen Play." National Review: 26 February 1963. 

12 26

"Huckleberry FInn and Martin Chuzzlewit." 

12 27

"In a Small Hotel." draft 1. 

12 28

"In a Small Hotel." draft 2. 

12 29

"The Indian Forts." Monitor: 13 January 1950. 

12 30

"Indian Summer in Hyannis Port." 

12 31

"The Indomitable Irishry." 

13 1

"Interlude." research materials. 

13 2

"Interlude." research notes. 

13 3

"Interlude." research notebooks. 

13 4

"Interlude." version 1. 

13 5

"Interlude." version 2. 

13 6

"Interlude." version 3. 

13 7

"Interlude." version 4. 

13 8

"Interlude for a Soldier." 

13 9

"The Irish Dragoon." 

13 10

"Jack Barrymore." draft 1. 

13 11

"Jack Barrymore." draft 2. 

13 12

"Jaqueline Kennedy." 

13 13

"John the Bold: John F. 'Honey Fitz' Fitzgerald." The Great Interlude. 

13 14

"The Knave of Boston." draft parts. 

13 15

"The Knave of Boston." draft 1. 

13 16

"The Knave of Boston." draft 2. 

13 17

"The Knave of Boston." draft 3. 

13 18

"The Knave of Boston." draft 4. 

13 19

"The Knave of Boston." draft 5. 

13 20

"The Knave of Boston." draft 6. 

13 21

"The Knave of Boston." draft 7. 

13 22

"The Knave of Boston." draft 8. 

13 23

"The Knave of Boston." American Heritage: August 1976. 

13 24

"The Lake and the Forts." draft 1 [inc.]. 

13 25

"The Lake and the Forts." draft 2. 

13 26

"Landfall at Plymouth." Time and Tide: 22 June 1957. 

13 27

"Last Round Before the Election." 

13 28

"The Last of the Bosses." American Heritage: June 1959. 

13 29

"The Last of the Bosses: James Michael Curley." The Great Interlude. c.1. 

13 30

"The Last of the Bosses..." The Great Interlude. c.2. 

13 31

"The Last of the Boys in Blue." 

13 32

"Last of the Characters. National Review: 16 July 1960. 

13 33

"Longfellow Revisited." 

13 34

"Lost Elegance." June 1957. 

13 35

"The Lost Man." draft parts. 

13 36

"Lumpen-Caesar." National Review: 15 July 1961. 

13 37

"Lycophron the Obscure, and His Unbearable Poetry." 

13 38

"Mack the Knife in Mattapan." draft 1. 

13 39

"Mack the Knife in Mattapan." draft 2. 

13 40

"Mack the Knife in Mattapan." 

13 41

"Madamoiselle from Armentieres." 

13 42

"Man Versus Ape." 

13 43

"Margot." research notes. 

13 44

"Margot." draft 1. 

13 45

"Margot." draft 2. 

13 46

"Margot." draft 3 [inc.]. 

13 47

"Maugham's the Word." National Review: 29 December 1964. 

14 1

"The Mayor and the Nymphet." draft 1. 

14 2

"The Mayor and the Nymphet." draft 2. 

14 3

"Meditation on Bergen Belsen." National Review: 23 April 1963. 

14 4

"Meeting With William Dean Howells." 

14 5

"More Than a Book." 

14 6

"Morituri Salutamus." Harvard Magazine: n.d. 

14 7

"Mother Teresa at Harvard." National Review: 23 July 1982. 

14 8

"The Mountains of the South." Monitor: 30 November 1949. 

14 9

"Mr. Farrell." 

14 10

"Mr. Niericke." 

14 11

"Mrs. Beeton on Servants." 

14 12

"Muenster and Jonestown." research notes [1/2]. 

14 13

"Muenster and Jonestown." research notes [2/2]. 

14 14

"Muenster and Jonestown." The National Review: 16 February 1979. version 1. 

14 15

"Muenster and Jonestown." book proposals. 

14 16

"Muenster and Jonestown." draft 1. 

14 17

"Muenster and Jonestown." draft 2 [inc.]. 

14 18

"Muenster and Jonestown." draft 3. 

14 19

"Muenster and Jonestown." draft 4 [inc.]. 

14 20

"Murder in Massachusetts: The Roads of the Sacco-Vanzetti Case." draft parts. 

14 21

"Murder in Massachusetts: The Roads of the Sacco-Vanzetti Case." draft 1. 

14 22

"Murder in Massachusetts..." draft 2. 

14 23

"Murder in Massachusetts..." draft 3. 

14 24

"Murder on the Way." 

14 25

"Names in New England." research notes. 

14 26

"Names in New England." draft 1. 

14 27

"Names in New England." draft 2. 

14 28

"Names in New England." draft 3. 

14 29

"National Communism." 

14 30

"Nibelungen Song." reprinted from Modern Age: A Conservative Review: Fall 1958. 

14 31

"No More Soldiering for Me." c.1. 

14 32

"No More Soldiering for Me." c.2. 

14 33

"North Across New England." The Countryman: Autumn 1959. 

14 34

"North to Quebec." research material. 

14 35

"North to Quebec." research notes. 

14 36

"North to Quebec." version 1. 

14 37

"North to Quebec." version 2. 

14 38

"Notes on an Autumn Journey." National Review: 4 December 1962. 

14 39

"Nothing to Lose but the Price of Admission." National Review: 17 Decemer 1960. 

14 40

"The Novel Was Bad Enough." National Review: 10 September 1960. 

14 41

"Number 83." 

14 42

"Octagonal Houses." The Countryman: Winter 1957. 

14 43

"'Oh, Amherst, Brave Amherst...'" American Heritage: December 1960. 

14 44

"Old Lover's Ghost." 

14 45

"Onsville M. Farnham: A Memory." research notes. 

14 46

"Onsville M. Farnham: A Memory." version 1. 

14 47

"Onsville M. Farnham: A Memory." version 2. 

14 48

"On the Sunny Side of the Street." 

14 49

"Operation Ben-Hur." National Review: 2 January 1960. 

14 50

"The Outermost Man, Henry Beston." 

14 51

"Paddy Kavanagh and the Back Shelf." 

14 52

"Paperweights in America." 

14 53

"Paris Note-Book." 

14 54

"Pasteurized Can-Can." National Review: 23 April 1960. 

14 55

"The Pastor of Biebernheim." 

14 56

"Per Ardua Ad Astara." 

14 57

"Petronius Redivivus." National Review: 11 September 1962. 

14 58

"Pictures in Germany." 

14 59

"The Pilgrims and the Rock." American Heritage: October 1962. 

15 1

"The President in the Shadows." research notes. 

15 2

"The President in the Shadows." Foreward: draft 1. 

15 3

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 1: draft 1. 

15 4

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 2: draft 1. 

15 5

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 3: draft 1. 

15 6

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 4: draft 1. 

15 7

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 5: draft 1. 

15 8

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 5 revisions: draft 1. 

15 9

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 6: draft 1. 

15 10

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 7: draft 1. 

15 11

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 8: draft 1. 

15 12

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 9: draft 1. 

15 13

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 10: draft 1. 

15 14

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 11: draft 1. 

15 15

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 12: draft 1. 

15 16

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 13: draft 1. 

15 17

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter NAN: draft 1. 

15 18

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 14: draft 1. 

15 19

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 15: draft 1. 

15 20

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 16: draft 1. 

16 1

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 17: draft 1. 

16 2

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 18: draft 1. 

16 3

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 19: draft 1. 

16 4

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 20: draft 1. 

16 5

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 21: draft 1. 

16 6

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 22: draft 1. 

16 7

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 1: draft 2. 

16 8

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 2: draft 2. 

16 9

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 3: draft 2. 

16 10

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 4: draft 2. 

16 11

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 5: draft 2. 

16 12

"The President in the Shadows." Chapter 6: draft 2. 

16 13

"The Prisoner." c.1. 

16 14

"The Prisoner." c.2. 

16 15

"The Problem of Pornography." National Review: 11 March 1961. 

16 16

"Quebec Winter." 

16 17

"In Quest of a Vacation." 

16 18

"The Radcliffe Man." 

16 19

"The Reader and the Novelist." National Review: 1 February 1958. 

16 20

"Recalling John Held." 1958. 

16 21

"Recalling John Held." National Review: 8 November 1958. 

16 22

"Recapture." 

16 23

"Reflections on the End of the German Occupation." 

16 24

"The Return of P.X. Cassidy." draft parts. 

16 25

"The Return of P.X. Cassidy. draft 1. 

16 26

"The Return of P.X. Cassidy. draft 2. 

17 1

"Return to America." 

17 2

"Return to London." 

17 3

"The Rhine: River of Destiny." 

17 4

"The Rhine." Horizon: Spring 1964. 

17 5

"Richard Harding Davis." draft 1 [inc.]. 

17 6

"Richard Harding Davis." draft 2. 

17 7

"The Romantic Movement in its Relation to the Spirit of Revolt Manifested in the Late Eighteenth Century." 

17 8

"The Roosevelt Legend." 

17 9

"Roy Campbell." 1957. 

17 10

"Roy Campbell." National Review: 3 August 1957. 

17 11

"Russian Journeys: People to People." research notes. 

17 12

"Russian Journeys: People to People." draft parts. 

17 13

"Sacco Guilty, Vanzetti Innocent?" American Heritage: June 1962. 

17 14

"The Saga of Frank Buchman." National Review: 21 October 1961. 

17 15

"The School." research materials. 

17 16

"The School." research notes. 

17 17

"The School." draft parts. 

17 18

"The School." draft 1 [inc.]. 

17 19

"The School." draft 2. [inc.]. 

17 20

"The School." draft 3 [inc.]. 

17 21

"Second Thoughts on Peter Fechter." National Review: 20 November 1962. 

17 22

"Selborne in War-Time (1950)." draft 1. 

17 23

"Selborne in War-Time (1950)." draft 2. 

17 24

"The Shadow of Alice Roosevelt Longworth." 

17 25

"The Shadow of Walt Whitman." 

17 26

"The Shadow of Warren Harding." version 1. draft 1. 

17 27

"The Shadow of Warren Harding." version 1. draft 2. 

17 28

"The Shadow of Warren Harding." version 2. 

17 29

"Shieks and Shebas, Dance No More." Horizon: July 1963. 

17 30

"The Signature Tree." Monitor: 28 October 1949. 

17 31

"A Skid Row Christmas." National Review: 23 December 1983. 

17 32

"A Small Secession?" National Review: 31 December 1962. 

17 33

"A Soldier's Life." 

17 34

"Some Non-Encounters with Mr. Eliot." research notes. 

17 35

"Some Non-Encounters with Mr. Eliot." 

17 36

"Some Non-Encounters with Mr. Eliot." Horizon: Autumn 1963. 

17 37

"Son of Sacco." 

17 38

"The Spanish Notebook." 

17 39

"The Strike that Made a President." American Heritage: October 1963. 

17 40

"String Too Short to be Saved" [book review]. National Review: 18 November 1961. 

17 41

"The Superstitions of My Childhood." 

17 42

"Take a Tip From Me: The Open Hand in the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics." 

17 43

"A Talk With a Hanoverian Peasant." The Countryman: Autumn 1946. 

17 44

"Tante Ludmilla." 

17 45

"Thirty-five Years After: Recalling VJ-Day." 

17 46

"Thoreau's First Book." 

17 47

"Thoughts on Senator Nixon." 

17 48

"Three Empiricists." 

17 49

"To the Editor" [letters]. National Review. 

17 50

"Tom Thompson: Canadian Wilderness Artist." 

17 51

"Tragedy in Dedham." Chapters 10-11: draft 1. 

17 52

"Tragedy in Dedham." draft 2. 

17 53

"Tragedy in Dedham." October 1958. 

17 54

"Train Whistles." Monitor: 21 May 1951. 

17 55

"Ulysses' Tower." Horizon: Summer 1969. 

17 56

"Unreviewed Movies." National Review: 22 October 1960. 

17 57

"Vanitas: The Privately Printed Book." drafts 1-3 [inc.]. 

17 58

"Vanitas Vanitatum." research notes. 

17 59

"Vanitas Vanitatum." National Review: 3 December 1960. 

17 60

"Vienna, City of My Dreams." National Review: 6 May 1961. 

17 61

"The View From the Top of Dorchester Hill." drafts [inc.]. 

17 62

"VJ Day at Liphook." 

17 63

"A Voyage After Thoreau." 

17 64

"The Ward." research notes. 

17 65

"As Warm a Heart as Ever Beat.'" American Heritage: August 1975. 

17 66

"The Wearing Out of the Green." 

17 67

"Wellington Hill." drafts 1-2 [inc.]. 

17 68

"WGOD." National Review: 4 June 1963. 

17 69

"When Gentlemen Prepared for War." American Heritage: April 1964. 

17 70

"The Wind From the West." draft parts. 

17 71

"Wingate of Palestine." 

17 72

"The Wings of Azrael." 

17 73

"The Witch of Beacon Hill." draft 1. 

17 74

"The Witch of Beacon Hill."Horizon: January 1959. 

18 1

"A Yorkshire Interlude." 

18 2

"You Too Can be a Famous Writer." 

18 3

"You Too Can be a Famous Writer." Spring 1968. 

18 4

Unpublished collection of stories. 

Poetry 

Box Folder
18 5

"A Brahms Waltz." drafts 1-9. 

18 6

"The Brother." drafts 1 and 2. 

18 7

"A Cape Cod Village on a Sunday Evening in February 1942." notes and draft parts. 

18 8

"A Cape Cod Village..." drafts 1-11. 

18 9

"A Cape Cod Village..." drafts 12-22. 

18 10

"The Civil War Monument at Fairview." drafts 1 and 2. 

18 11

"Five O'Clock." 

18 12

"Love's Dialogue: 1914." drafts 1-6. 

18 13

"The Enigmas." 

18 14

"From a Hill." 

18 15

"High Finance in the Suburbs." 

18 16

"The House on Dorchester Hill." drafts 1-4. 

18 17

"Lament for Isabelle La Roche." drafts 1-6. 

18 18

"Nibelungen Song." 

18 19

"Obit 1918: the Grave at Fairmount." drafts 1 and 2. 

18 20

"The Old Record." drafts 1-4. 

18 21

"Rosina Sacco's House." drafts 1-4. 

18 22

"She Entered With a Disdainful Toss of the Head..." drafts 1-3. 

18 23

"At Sixteen He Thinks Conventional Thoughts on Her Death." 

18 24

"Summer's End." 

18 25

"The Town." 

18 26

"A Train at Night." 

18 27

"A Young Girl's Fancy." drafts 1-7. 

18 28

"A Waltz From Coppelia." drafts 1-12. 

18 29

Unidentified poems and parts. 

18 30

Unidentified poetry notes. 

Miscellaneous notes and manuscripts 

Box Folder
18 31

Benjamin Tilley research materials. 

18 32

Benjamin Tilley research notes. 

18 33

Franklin D. Roosevelt research notes. 

18 34

Irish immigration to America research notes. 

18 35

Religion research materials. 

18 36

"The Self-Improvement League" research materials. 

18 37

Truman, the Fair Deal, and Congress research notes. 

18 38

Miscellaneous research materials. 

18 39

Miscellaneous research notes. 

18 40

Miscellaneous research notes. 

18 41

Miscellaneous research notes. 

18 42

Miscellaneous research notes. 

18 43

Miscellaneous manuscripts and draft parts. 

18 44

Miscellaneous manuscripts and draft parts. 

Box
19

Miscellaneous indexed notes. 

Notebooks 

Box Folder
20 1

Notebook 1. 

20 2

Notebook 2. 

20 3

Notebook 3. 

20 4

Notebook 4. 

20 5

Notebook 5. 

20 6

Notebook 6. 

20 7

Notebook 7. 

20 8

Notebook 8. 

20 9

Notebook 9. 

21 1

Notebook 10. 

21 2

Notebook 11. 

21 3

Notebook 12. 

21 4

Notebook 13. 

21 5

Notebook 14. 

21 6

Notebook 15. 

21 7

Notebook 16. 

21 8

Notebook 17. 

21 9

Notebook 18. 

21 10

Notebook 19. 

21 11

Notebook 20. 

21 12

Notebook 21. 

21 13

Notebook 22. 

21 14

Notebook 23. 

22 1

Notebook 24. 

22 2

Notebook 25. 

22 3

Miscellaneous materials from notebooks. 

22 4

Miscellaneous materials from notebooks. 

22 5

Miscellaneous materials from notebooks. 

Journals 

Box Folder
22 6

"My Camp Log." 1924. 

22 7

1935-1938; 1939-1941. 

22 8

1941 12 October-11 November; 1941 12 November-7 December; 1944-1945. 

22 9

1946-1948. 

22 10

1948-1954; 1954-1957. 

22 11

1957-1958; 1958-1962. 

23 1

1962; 1962-1963. 

23 2

1964-1968; 1968-1972. 

23 3

1972-1974. 

23 4

1974-1975. 

23 5

1975-1976; 1977-1978. 

23 6

1978-1980; 1980-1981; 1981-1983. 

23 7

1983 24 May-1984 9 January. 

23 8

Undated. 

Other people 

Box Folder
23 9

"Book review of Francis Russell's lastest book." National Review: 26 November 1987. 

23 10

"Sonett." [Writing in German]. 

23 11

"The Three Comrades." Erich Maria Remarque. 

23 12

"To Twenty-Seven." Onsville M. Farnham. 

23 13

"Was Sacco Guilty?" Michael A. Musmanno. 

23 14

Untitled. 

23 15

[Writing in German]. 

23 16

[Writing in German]. 

23 17

[Writing in German]. 

23 18

[Writing in German]. 


Biographical Information   0.5 linear feet

Series Description:

Contains two subseries: General and Legal. Series consists of biographical information, including Russell's Harvard University diploma and transcript, publishing contracts, divorce proceedings, family journals and date-books, items relating to his daughter, Sara, and miscellaneous materials such as travel receipts and membership cards.

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

General 

Box Folder
24 1

Education. 

24 2

Family: father's address book. 

24 3

Family: "Happenings in Our Home." [parents' journal]. 

24 4

Family: unidentified date book. 

24 5

Obituary. 

24 6

Family: daughter Sara--correspondence 

24 7

Family: daughter Sara--images 

24 8

Family: daughter Sara--writings (1 of 2) 

24 9

Family: daughter Sara--writings (2 of 2) 

24 10

Obituary 

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Harvard diploma. 

Legal 

Box Folder
24 11

Divorce proceedings 

24 12

Publishing 

24 13

Miscellaneous 


Military   1.5 linear feet

Series Description:

Materials concerning Russell's military career, including documentation of his honorable discharge and other personal documents, intelligence course papers and notes, various pamphlets and booklets, and miscellaneous related items.

Arrangement:

Arranged by subject.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Box Folder
25 1

Personal documents. 

25 2

Intelligence notes [1/2]. 

25 3

Intelligence notes [2/2]. 

25 4

Intelligence notebook. 

25 5

Intelligence course papers: No. A5 - K4. 

25 6

Intelligence course papers: No. K5 - R2. 

25 7

Intelligence course papers: No. 12 - 30. 

25 8

Intelligence course papers: I.P. 33/1 - I.P. 128. 

25 9

Intelligence course papers: "AF". 

25 10

Intelligence course papers: "AIR". 

25 11

Intelligence course papers: "FA". 

25 12

Intelligence course papers: "INFM". 

25 13

Intelligence course papers: "INT". 

25 14

Intelligence course papers: "ORG". 

25 15

Intelligence course papers: "SECY". 

25 16

Intelligence course papers: "SD". 

25 17

Intelligence course papers: "TAC". 

25 18

Intelligence course papers: "TOP". 

25 19

Intelligence course papers: maps & grids. 

25 20

Intelligence course papers: miscellaneous. 

26 1

Booklet: "Britiches Seer" [German]. 1944. 

26 2

Booklet: "Canadian Army Training Pamphlet." 1942. 

26 3

Booklet: "Infantry Section Leading." 1938. 

26 4

Booklet: "The Instructor's Handbook on Fieldcraft and Battle Drill." 1942. 

26 5

Booklet: "Notes on Map Reading." 1929. 

26 6

Newsletter: "The Black Watch Association." 

26 7

Pamphlet: "The British Commonwealth Air Training Plan." 1940. 

26 8

Pamphlet: "Camouflage." 1941-42. 

26 9

Pamphlet: "Canadian Army Training Memorandum." 1941. 

26 10

Pamphlet: "Canadian Army Training Memorandum." August 1943. 

26 11

Pamphlet: Canadian Army Training Memorandum." September 1943. 

26 12

Pamphlet: "Construction des Obstacles en Reseaux a Boudin Dannert." 

26 13

Pamphlet: "Dannert Concertina Wire." 1939. 

26 14

Pamphlet: "Dannert Concertina Wire Obstacles." 1939. 

26 15

Pamphlet: "Drill for Foot Guards and Infantry of the Line." 1939. 

26 16

Pamphlet: "Field Engineering (All Arms)." 1940. 

26 17

Pamphlet: "Field Service Pocket Book." 1939. 

26 18

Pamphlet: "The German Army in Pictures." 

26 19

Pamphlet: "German Weapons Illustrated." 1943. 

26 20

Pamphlet: "The Infantry (Rifle) Battalion." 1940-41. 

26 21

Pamphlet: "Infantry Training, 1937 Supplement." 

27 1

Pamphlet: "Instructions for Winter and Ski Training." 1941. 

27 2

Pamphlet: "Maniement des Armes Portatives." v.1, n.3 - v.1, n.11. 

27 3

Pamphlet: "Maniement des Armes Portatives." v.1, n.12 - v.1, n.22. 

27 4

Pamphlet: "Manual of Military Intelligence in the Field." 1943. 

27 5

Pamphlet: "Manual of Military Intelligence in the Field."1943. 

27 6

Pamphlet: "Movement by Road." 1941. 

27 7

Pamphlet: "Operations." 1939. 

27 8

Pamphlet: "Operations." 1940. 

27 9

Pamphlet: "Operations." 1941. 

27 10

Pamphlet: "Operations." 1942. 

27 11

Pamphlet: "Signal Training (All Arms)." 1942. 

27 12

Pamphlet: "Small Arms Training." 1942. 

27 13

Pamphlet: "Small Arms Training." 1942. 

27 14

Pamphlet: "Vade Mecum de l'Officier en Campagne." 1939. 

27 15

Miscellaneous pamphlets: "The Black Watch." 

27 16

Miscellaneous pamphlets: "Canadian Forces." 

27 17

Miscellaneous pamphlets: "Deusches Reich." 

27 18

Miscellaneous pamphlets: Music. 

27 19

Miscellaneous pamphlets. 

27 20

Miscellaneous. 


Images   1.5 linear feet

Series Description:

Chiefly photographs of people, places and objects, many of which are unidentified and undated. Also includes postcards, photograph albums, framed photographs, and ballistic photographs from the Sacco-Vanzetti case, about which Russell wrote a number of articles. A lesser grouping of negatives and transparencies is also included in the series.

Arrangement:

Arranged categorically by: people; places and objects; postcards; framed photographs of people; photographic albums; ballistic photographs; other images; and negatives and transparencies.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Box Folder
28 1-22

People. 

29 1-14

Places and objects. 

29 15-21

Postcards. 

29 22

Postcard calendar. 1965. 

30 1-2

Framed photographs 

30 3-6

Photographic albums. 

30 7

Photographic album: "The Hill." 

30 8

Ballistics photographs from Sacco & Vanzetti case research. 

30 9

Other images. 

30 10

Negatives and transparencies. 

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2 photograph albums; 1 watercolor folio. 


Ephemera and Printed Miscellany   0.5 linear feet

Series Description:

Printed matter collected by Russell on a number of subjects, but chiefly about academic institutions such as Harvard University, the Roxbury Latin School, Bowdoin College, Trinity College of Dublin, Wellesley, as well as others.

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Box Folder
31 1

Education: Bowdoin College. 

31 2

Education: Harvard University. 

31 3

Education: Lewis School. 

31 4

Education: Roxbury Latin School. 

31 5

Education: Roxbury Latin School: "The Tripod." 

31 6

Education: Roxbury Latin School: newsletter & alumni bulletin. 

31 7

Education: Roxbury High School. 

31 8

Education: Trinity College of Dublin. 

31 9

Education: University of Dublin. 

31 10

Education: Univeristy of Iowa. 

31 11

Education: Wellesley College. 

31 12

Harvard Law School Library Exhibits Catalogue. 

31 13

General ephemera and printed miscellany. 


Clippings   1.0 linear feet

Series Description:

Primarily miscellaneous clippings, either for research on various articles or for personal interest. The series includes a few of Russell's writings clipped from newspapers and magazines. Also within the series are two journals of clippings collected by Russell.

Arrangement:

Arranged by subject into categories: writings, miscellaneous, and journals of clippings.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Box Folder
32 1

Writings. 

32 2

Miscellaneous clippings. 

32 3

Miscellaneous clippings. 

32 4

Miscellaneous clippings. 

32 5

Miscellaneous clippings. 

32 6

Miscellaneous clippings. 

33 1

Miscellaneous clippings. 

33 2

Miscellaneous clippings. 

33 3

Miscellaneous clippings. 

33 4

Miscellaneous clippings. 

33 5

Journals of clippings. 

33 6

Journals of clippings.