University of Delaware Library

Special Collections Department


Louis Henry and Marguerite Cohn
Hemingway Collection

1918 - 1983
(bulk dates 1925 - 1965)

Manuscript Collection Number: 100
Accessioned: Purchase, 1985
Extent: ca. 10.5 linear ft. (ca. 820 items)
Content: Correspondence, photographs, bookplates, art work, articles and ephemera.
Access: The collection is open for research.
Processed: 1987-1989 by Timothy Murray and Anita A. Wellner.

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Table of Contents

Contents List

  • Series I.: Correspondence, Photographs and Art Work
  • Series II.: Material relating to Cohn's A Bibliography of the Work of Ernest Hemingway
  • Series III.: Manuscripts and galleys of work by and about Ernest Hemingway

  • + Introductory Note + Series Outline

    Contents List

    + Series IV.-VII.: Periodicals containing Ernest Hemingway's work; Periodicals containing articles on Hemingway or references to him; Periodicals containing articles concerning bibliographies of Hemingway's work; Clippings and tear sheets

    + Series III. and Addenda: Miscellany; Cohn-Hemingway Register Addendum, List of Photographs and Items in Folder 12


    Contents List

    Box -- Folder -- Contents

     1        Series I.    Correspondence, photographs and art work  
                   Includes Louis Henry Cohn's personal and professional correspondence
                   with Ernest Hemingway, Dr. Don Carlos Guffey, various publishers of
                   Hemingway's works and other individuals.  Also included is some of
                   Hemingway's correspondence with his publishers and with Dr. Guffey. 
                   The correspondence chiefly concerns Cohn's Hemingway bibliography. 
                   Also included in this section are photographs of Ernest Hemingway, a
                   bookplate designed by Hemingway for Cohn, transcripts and photocopies
                   of Hemingway letters and art work concerning Hemingway.
    
              Series I.1  Ernest Hemingway to Louis Henry Cohn.
                   Includes correspondence between Cohn and Hemingway, chiefly
                   concerned with Cohn's bibliography of Hemingway's work.  Items are
                   arranged chronologically.
    
         F1   [1930] April 23.  ALS.  Key West, Florida.  2 pp.  w/env.
              Information about various editions of his books, thoughts on Cohn's bibliography.
    
              [1930] June 24.  ALS.  New York.  8 pp. w/env.   
              Hemingway's ideas on what an author should write, thoughts on Gertrude Stein
              and critics, Allen Tate and Edmund Wilson; will not sign or write for the
              bibliography.
    
              [1930] July 29.  TD and ALS.  [Cooke City, Montana].  2 pp. w/env. 
              Typed questions sent by Cohn to Hemingway, with the autograph answers and a
              letter written by Hemingway.  Also comments by Hemingway about the book he
              is writing, and about the copyrighting of poems in Der Querschnitt.
    
              [1930] September 4.  ALS.  Cooke City, Montana.  2 pp. w/env.  
              Contains a comment by Hemingway that autograph manuscripts of almost all his
              stories and books exist, more thoughts about the poems in Der Querschnitt,
              information about translations of his books and stories, mention of an unpublished
              story on the Greco-Turkish War entitled "Death of the Standard Oil Man";
              contains a drawing by Hemingway of his face with a cut from a recent accident.
    
              1930 December 8.  Telegram.  Billings, Montana.  1 p.
              Hemingway will return "Little Review" and "Three Stories."
    
              [1930 December 19].  TL.  Billings, Montana.   1 p. w/env.
              Written from St. Vincent's Hospital, after a hunting accident.  Hemingway tells
              Cohn that he is returning some books and will be returning to Piggott, Arkansas,
              for Christmas.
    
    1         Series I.    Correspondence, photographs and art work (cont'd)
              Series I.1  Ernest Hemingway to Louis Henry Cohn (cont'd)
    
         F1   [1931 January 2].  TL.  [Piggott, Arkansas].  1 p. w/env. and enclosed Autograph
              Ms. (1 p.).  
              Hemingway explains his inscription on the enclosed manuscript and notes "...a
              bibliography may be of interest to you because you love books but I do not love
              them at all."  He also comments on the healing of his arm. The enclosed sheet of
              manuscript is entitled "Death of the Standard Oil Man" and bears a typed note to
              Cohn:  "You may have this for your book if you want it but truly, very truly, I
              think it is all balls to publish bibliographies of living writers. E.H."
    
              [1931 January 31].  ALS.  Key West, Florida.   1 p. w/env. and part of envelope
              for books sent.   
              Hemingway asks about the receipt of the page of manuscript he sent and about
              books sent from Piggott.  Included here is the autograph envelope used by
              Hemingway to send one package of books.
    
              1931 February 6 and 27.  ALS, TLS and TL (carbon).  Key West, Florida.  1 p., 2
              pp., and 2 pp. w/env.   
              Enclosing pamphlet and letter from Edward Titus.  Also mentions that he is
              writing well and notes the fight between Cohn and Max Perkins over the
              manuscript of the unpublished chapters of The Sun Also Rises.  Also includes two
              copies of the letter from Edward Titus concering Kiki.  (These letters were
              originally laid in a copy of Kiki: Spec PS 3515 .E37 I67 1929).
     
              [1931 November 16].  ALS.  [Kansas City, Missouri].  1 p.w/env.   
              Hemingway's comments on his newborn son, Gregory.  He also discusses books
              that he wants to write including a French translation of Kiki for Dr. Guffey.
    
              [1932]: March 28.  ALS.  [Key West, Florida].  2 pp. w/env.  
              Contains a thank you for the books and gift of silver for his son sent by Cohn,
              comments on a translation of Kiki he has done for Dr. Guffy, and why his
              correspondence has "gone to hell."  He also notes that his writing is the best in
              years, offers some thoughts on the "Milwaukee thing," and thanks Cohn for
              returning the typescript of the unpublished initial chapters to The Sun Also Rises.
    
              [1932] October 7.  ALS.  Cooke City, Montana.  2 pp. w/env.
              Hemingway offers to look through his manuscripts in Key West for something for
              Cohn to publish in his "booklets."
           
    
    1         Series I.    Correspondence, photographs and art work (cont'd)
              Series I.1  Ernest Hemingway to Louis Henry Cohn (cont'd)
    
         F1   [1933 March 10].  ALS.   Key West, Florida.  3 pp. w/env. and enclosed Galley
              Proof (5 pp.).
              Hemingway notes that he is returning the enclosed galleys and a Ts. copy but
              keeping the manuscript.  Hemingway comments on the number to be printed,
              about the title, about having a disclaimer for names to avoid libel suits and that
              the copyright is to be in his name.  The enclosed galley proof of "God Rest You
              Merry Gentlemen" has autograph corrections, additions and the inscription: "ok,
              EH" (dated March 3, 1933).  Galley Proof shelved separately in archival pack.
    
              1933 March 25.  Telegram.  Key West, Florida.  1 p.
              "Use longer form of disclaimer ok to print 300 Hemingway."
    
              [n.d.]  Ts. and Autograph.  14 pp.  
              These sheets of Ts. questions from Cohn concerning bibliographical information
              about Hemingway's publications bear autograph and typescript responses by
              Hemingway.  They contain significant information about some of Hemingway's
              stories.
    
              1933 March 3, 10, 11, 20.  Receipts.  4 cards.
              Mailing receipts signed by Hemingway.
    
              [1933, 1935].  Checks.  3 pp.  
              Two checks from Louis Henry Cohn for books and one check from Liveright
              Publishing Co. for royalties on In Our Time.  Each check is signed by
              Hemingway.
    
    
              Series I.2.  Louis Henry Cohn to Ernest Hemingway
                   Includes correspondence from Cohn to Hemingway consisting
                   predominantly of questions about bibliographical information concerning
                   Hemingway's publications.  Also contains information about Cohn and his
                   book business.
    
         F2   [n.d.]  TL (carbon).  1 p.
              An introductory letter from Cohn to Hemingway, stating that he is doing a
              definitive bibliography of Hemingway's works for Random House.  He states his
              interest in and qualification for doing this compilation.  He asks Hemingway if he
              would consider writing an introduction to the volume and signing copies of it.
    
              1930 May 4.  TL (carbon).  3 pp.
              Cohn offers a brief description of the intended bibliography, comments on A
              Farewell to Arms, notes that separate slips with bibliographical questions are
              enclosed (cf. I.1), and remarks on "Up in Michigan."
    
    
    1         Series I.    Correspondence, photographs and art work (cont'd)
              Series I.2.  Louis Henry Cohn to Ernest Hemingway (cont'd)
    
         F2   1930 May 20.  TL (carbon).   1 p.
              Contains questions concerning the poems which Hemingway wrote which were
              published in Der Querschnitt.
    
              1930 July 21.  TL (carbon).  New York.  2 pp.
              Contains comments on Hemingway's birthday, his wish to buy a copy of Kiki's
              Memoirs and transmits Random House's request for Hemingway to sign book
              sheets.
    
              1930 August 26.  TL (carbon).  New York.  3 pp.
              Cohn discusses his plans to marry, to open a book shop (House of Books), and to
              make a gift of his Hemingway collection to his future wife, Marguerite, so that it
              will never be sold.  He notes Hemingway's gifts to needy friends of his
              manuscripts and quotes from John Galsworthy about A Farewell to Arms.  Cohn
              is enclosing galleys of "Four Poems" and asks about the copyright.  This letter is
              incomplete.
    
              1932 February 29.  TL (carbon).  New York.  2 pp.
              Cohn thanks Hemingway for the introduction to Kiki which he received.  He then
              discusses the unpublished chapters of The Sun Also Rises manuscript which he is
              returning to Hemingway.  Also included are comments on Death in the Afternoon
              and on the poem of Hemingway's appearing in Faulkner's Salamagundi.
    
              [n.d.]  TD (carbon).  [New York].  2 pp.   
              Includes questions to Hemingway about Navire D'Argent and Men Without
              Women.
    
    
              Series I.3.  Louis Henry Cohn with publishers and booksellers.             
                   Includes correspondence between Louis Henry Cohn and various
                   publishers and booksellers about numerous Hemingway publications.
                   Primarily concerns his attempts to acquire books and periodicals and
                   collect bibliographical information for his book.
    
         F3   1930 March 18.  TLS.  Dallas, Texas.  Julian Caper, Jr. to Louis Henry Cohn.  3
              pp.  
              This response to a letter from Cohn gives Cohn information about Hemingway's
              work for the Kansas City Star newpaper and about Caper's correspondence with
              Hemingway during and after World War I.
    
              1930 May 9.  TLS.  Berlin.  Verlag Ullstein to Louis Henry Cohn.  1 p.  [German]. 
              Offers issues of Der Querschnitt.
          
    
    1         Series I.    Correspondence, photographs and art work (cont'd)
              Series I.3.  Louis Henry Cohn with publishers and booksellers (cont'd)
    
         F3   1930 June 11.  TLS.  Berlin.  Verlag Ullstein to Louis Henry Cohn.  1 p. 
              [German].  
              Concerning the purchase of copies of Der Querschnitt.
    
              1930 July 17.  TLS.  Berlin.  Verlag Ullstein to Louis Henry Cohn.  1 p. 
              [German].  
              Concerning the issues of Der Querschnitt available.
    
              1930 July 22.  TL (carbon).  New York.  Louis Henry Cohn to Verlag Ullstein.  1
              p.  
              Cohn wishes to buy more issues of Der Querschnitt.
    
              1930 July 23.  TL (carbon).  New York.  Louis Henry Cohn to Mlle. Adrienne
              Monnier.  2 pp.  
              Requests bibliographical information about Hemingway's works published in
              Navire d'Argent and Commerce and wishes to purchase issues containing
              Hemingway's works.
    
              1930 July 23.  TL (carbon).  New York.  Louis Henry Cohn to La Nouvelle Revue
              Francaise.  1 p.  
              A request to purchase an issue of La Nouvelle Revue Francaise, copies of
              Cinquante Mille Dollars and other french translations of Hemingway's works.
     
              1930 August 5.  TL (carbon).  [New York].  Louis Henry Cohn to Librairie
              Gallimard.  1 p.  
              Cohn encloses payment for copies of Cinquante Mille Dollars and wishes to
              purchase more copies.
    
              1930 August 5.  TL (carbon).  New York.  Louis Henry Cohn to Ernst Rowohlt.  1
              p.  
              Requests bibliographical information on German edition of A Farewell to Arms.
    
              1930 August 20.  TL (carbon).  [New York].  Louis Henry Cohn to Ernst
              Rowohlt.  1 p.  
              Cohn wishes to purchase the first editions published by Rowohlt of Fiesta and
              Manner.
    
              1930 August 20.  TLS.  Oslo, Norway.  Fritz von der Lippe (Gyldendal Norsk
              Forlag) to Louis Henry Cohn.  1 p.  
              Gives Cohn bibliographical information about two Hemingway books translated
              into Norwegian; The Sun Also Rises and A Farewell to Arms.
    
    
    1         Series I.    Correspondence, photographs and art work (cont'd)
              Series I.3.  Louis Henry Cohn with publishers and booksellers (cont'd)
    
         F3   1930 August 29.  TL (carbon).  New York.  Louis Henry Cohn to Verlag Ullstein. 
              1 p.  
              Notes that the wrong issues of Der Querschnitt have been sent to him.
    
              1930 August 29.  TD.  Berlin.  Verlag Ullstein to Louis Henry Cohn.  1 p.  
              Invoice for issues of Der Querschnitt.
    
              1930 August 30.  TLS.  Berlin.  Verlag Ullstein to Louis Henry Cohn.  2 pp. 
              [German].  
              Writes concerning Cohn's recent payments for copies of Der Querschnitt.
    
              1930 August 30.  TLS.  Berlin.  Ernst Rowohlt to Louis Henry Cohn.  2 pp. 
              [German].  
              Discusses copies of Hemingway's books translated into German.
    
              1930 September 11.  ALS.  Paris.  M. L. Mauroy (La Maison des Amis des
              Livres) to Louis Henry Cohn.  2 pp.  [French].  
              Offers bibliographical information about French translations of Hemingway
              books, including Cinquante Mille Dollars.
    
              1930 September 18.  TLS.  Berlin.  Verlag Ullstein to Louis Henry Cohn.  2 pp. 
              [German].  
              Billing Cohn for purchases.
    
              1930 October 15.  TLS.  New York.  Horace Liveright & Publisher to Louis
              Henry Cohn.  1 p.  
              Julian Messner to Cohn about bibliographic information on Liveright's printing of
              In Our Time.  Enclosed are two copies of the brochure (16 pp.) which listed In
              Our Time.  These items were originally laid in: Spec PS 3515 .E37 I5 1925 c.2.
    
    1         Series I.    Correspondence, photographs and art work (cont'd)
              Series I.3.  Louis Henry Cohn with publishers and booksellers (cont'd)
    
         F3   1938-1939.  Correspondence between Louis Henry Cohn and Justin Tomsen of
              The Savage Press concerning the purchase by Cohn of limited editions of
              Hemingway's The Spanish Earth which was published by The Savage Press.  (See
              also F4 for Hemingway's telegram of July 20, 1938 to Lehman Wood). 
    
              1938 May 27    TL (carbon)    Cohn to Savage Press.  1 p.
                   June 7    TLS            Savage Press to Cohn.  1 p.
                   June 25   TL (carbon)    Cohn to Savage Press.  1 p.
                   June 28   TLS            Savage Press to Cohn.  1 p.
                   July 14   TD             Savage Press Invoice.  1 p.
                   July 14   TLS            Savage Press to Cohn.  1 p.
                   July 22   TL (carbon)    Cohn to Savage Press.  1 p.
                   July 28   TL (carbon)    Cohn to Savage Press.  1 p.
                   July 29   TLS            Savage Press to Cohn.  1 p.
                   July 29   TD             Savage Press Invoice.  1 p.
                   August 25 TL (carbon)    Cohn to Savage Press.  1 p.
                   August 25 TL (carbon)    Cohn to Jasper Wood.   1 p.
                   February 27    TLS       Savage Press to Cohn.  1 p.
                   February 27    AD        Savage Press Statement 1 p.
    
              [n.d.]  TD. and TD (carbon).  2 pp. each.   
              Two copies of a list of material written by Hemingway which appeared in Esquire
              between 1933 and 1939.  Lists title, date, number of pages, and classification for
              each item.
    
              1945 September 4.  TLS.  Chicago.  Arnold Gingrich (Esquire) to LHC  1 p.   
              Gingrich is sending Cohn some books and additions to the list of Hemingway
              materials in Esquire.
    
              1945 November 20.  TLS.  Chicago.  Helene Richards (Esquire) to LHC  1 p.  
              Adds "The Heat & the Cold" to the list of Hemingway materials in Esquire.
    
              1946 March 11.  TLS.  Chicago.  Helene Richards (Esquire) to LHC  1 p.  
              Sending list of Hemingway materials used by Esquire from the KEN files.
    
              [n.d.]  Ts (mimeo).  1 p.   
              Consists of page three of a review of Cohn's Hemingway bibliography.
    
              [n.d.]  ALS.   Kenneth Godfrey to LHC  1 p. with enclosed Ts (mimeo).  
              Notifies Cohn of a publication by Bretano, called American Big Game Fishing
              which includes a story on marlin fishing by Hemingway.
    
    1         Series I.    Correspondence, photographs and art work (cont'd)
    
         F4   I.4.  Ernest Hemingway with Boni & Liveright and Others.
                   Consists of Ernest Hemingway's correspondence with Boni & Liveright,
                   his first U.S. publisher, and others about his publications.
    
              1925 March 2.  ALS.  Schruns, Austria.   Hemingway to Mr. [Leon] Fleischman. 
              2 pp. w/env.   
              Notes that he has received a cable from Liveright accepting in our time and asks
              Fleischman to hold his manuscript in Paris until he returns.
    
              1925 March 6.  ALS.  Schruns, Austria.  Hemingway to [Leon] Fleischman.  1 p. 
              Hemingway is accepting Liveright's offer to publish the short stories (in our time).
    
              1925 March 6.  Telegram.  Schruns, Austria.  Hemingway to Horace Liveright.  1
              p.  
              "Delighted accept=Hemingway."
    
              1925 March 17.  TLS (photocopy).  [New York].  Horace Liveright to
              Hemingway.  2 pp.  
              Contract to publish Hemingway's short stories and an option on the next three
              Hemingway books (one to be a novel).  
    
              1925 March 17.  TL (carbon).  [New York].  [Horace Liveright] to Hemingway.  2
              pp.  
              Carbon copy of the contract.
    
              1925 March 17.  TL (carbon).  [New York].  [Horace Liveright] to Hemingway.  1
              p.  
              Letter which accompanied the contract, explains that one story must be cut
              because of censorship.
    
              1925 March 17.  TLS. [New York].   Horace Liveright to Hemingway.  2 pp. 
              Final contract signed by Liveright and Hemingway with a sentence added at the
              end of the second paragraph reading: "Royalties in Canada shall be one-half of the
              above."
    
              1925 March 31.  TL.  Paris.  Hemingway to Liveright.  1 p.   
              Encloses signed contract (I.4) and a new story to replace the censored one. 
              Hemingway writes about censorship, book selling and requests his stories not be
              changed or cut.
    
              1925 May 11 and 20.  TL and TL.   Between Liveright and Hemingway.  1 p. 
              Two letters on one page.  Hemingway  informed Liveright (May 11) that he has
              not received $200 payment for his stories.  Liveright responds  (May 20) the check
              has been sent and "this letter will be an official notice on our part that we
              understand we have no rights to your book in any foreign language."
    
    
    1         Series I.    Correspondence, photographs and art work (cont'd)
              I.4.  Ernest Hemingway with Boni & Liveright and Others (cont'd)
    
         F4   1925 May 22.  TLS.  [Paris].  Ivan Beede for the Transatlantic Review to Horace
              Liveright.  1 p.  
              Requests permission to reprint "The Doctor and the Doctor's Wife" and "Cross
              Country Snow," both of which appeared in Transatlantic Review.
    
              1925 May 22.  TLS.  Paris.  Hemingway to Liveright.  2 pp.  
              Returns the corrected galleys, discusses short stories, has eliminated the obscene
              image in "Mr. & Mrs. Elliot" story; he doesn't wish his first book suppressed
              because of a few lines and comments that in reading the proofs he feels "it is even
              a better book than I remember."
    
              1925 June 2.  TL.  New York.  [Liveright] to Hemingway.  1 p.
              Have received galley proofs and will send page proofs soon and will ask Sinclair
              Lewis to write a blurb for the jacket.
    
              1925 June 2.  TL (carbon).  [New York].  [Liveright] to Hemingway. 1 p. 
              Retyped copy of previous item.
    
              1925 June 8.  TL (carbon). s.l.  [Liveright] to Ivan Beede. 1 p.  
              Grants permission to reprint the Hemingway short stories as requested with the
              provision that they wait until two months after the Liveright publication of
              Hemingway's book.
    
              1925 June 8.  TL (carbon).  s.l.  [Liveright] to Hemingway.  1 p.  
              Enclosing letter to Beede (previous item) and does not like the anthology idea.
    
              1925 June 19 and 29.  TL and TL.  [New York].  Between Ivan Beede and
              Liveright.  1 p.  
              Two letters on one page.  The first letter (June 19) is from Beede to Liveright
              stating they will publish only one Hemingway story ("The Doctor and the Doctor's
              Wife") because they did not wish to wait until two months after Liveright's
              publication of In Our Time.  The second letter (June 29) is Liveright's response to
              go ahead and publish it.
    
              [1925].  TL.  [Paris].  Hemingway to Liveright.  1 p.
              Thinks that the anthology may help his book and does not want trouble with Ford.
    
              1925 July 1.  TL.  [Liveright] to Hemingway.  1 p.
              Has written to Beede giving permission and does not think In Our Time will be
              censored.
    
    1         Series I.    Correspondence, photographs and art work (cont'd)
              I.4.  Ernest Hemingway with Boni & Liveright and Others (cont'd)
    
         F4   1925 December 7.  TL.  Paris.  Hemingway to Liveright.  2 pp.  
              Sending manuscript, The Torrents of Spring.   F. Scott Fitzgerald likes it.  This is
              not the novel; that (The Sun Also Rises) is being rewritten.  Comments that
              "Torrents" is a satire and wishes it illustrated by Ralph Barton.  Also comments
              that it may offend Sherwood [Anderson], would like a $500 advance and stresses
              need for more publicity than was given In Our Time.
    
              1925 December 30.  Ts (for cablegram).  Liveright to Hemingway.  1 p. 
              "Rejecting Torrents of Spring Patiently Awaiting the Sun Also Rises Writing
              Fully Liveright".
    
              1925 December 30.  TL (carbon).  [Liveright] to Hemingway.  2 pp.  
              Explains is rejecting Torrents of Spring because it is a vicious caricature of
              Sherwood Anderson, it is too cerebral, and not a true satire.  Expresses desire to
              have The Sun Also Rises and is angered by Hemingway's criticism of the
              advertising done for In Our Time.  He encloses a copy of his letter to F. Scott
              Fitzgerald (next item).
    
              1925 December 30.  TL (carbon).  [Liveright] to F. Scott Fitzgerald.  2 pp. 
              Explains rejection of Hemingway's Torrents of Spring; thinks Doran might do
              better with it; expects to continue with contract with Hemingway and likes 
              The Great Gatsby.
    
              [1925].  TL (carbon).  [Paris].  F. Scott Fitzg[erald] to Horace [Liveright] and
              "Tom" .  1 p.  
              Recommends Hemingway's Torrents of Spring as "best comic book ever written
              by an American" and as a satire of literary pretensions.  He hopes Liveright
              doesn't like it so Scribner's can have it.
    
              1926 January 19.  TLS.  Schruns, Austria.  Hemingway to Liveright.  2 pp. 
              Discusses the rejection of Torrents of Spring; states that if Boni & Liveright
              rejects the second book they lose their option to publish the third book and
              considers himself free to give Torrents of Spring and future books to other
              publishers.  Includes a pencilled note on the recto stating that Hemingway did
              come in [to New York] and proved that indeed a rejection of Torrents forfeits
              their option for future books.  Letter also bears a note in shorthand.
    
              1926 February 10.  TN (carbon).   Note by H. B. Liveright. 1 p.
              Transcription of pencilled note on Hemingway letter (previous item).  Hemingway
              proved contract specifies loss of option on the third book if reject Torrents of
              Spring and that Torrents was a good and honest deliverage on the second book. 
              Hemingway offered to take Torrents from other publisher if we would reconsider
              but "our decision on Torrents of Spring is irrevocable."
    
    1         Series I.    Correspondence, photographs and art work (cont'd)
              I.4.  Ernest Hemingway with Boni & Liveright and Others (cont'd)
    
         F4   1929 March 11.  TL.  [Havana].  1 p.  Hemingway to Mr. Bridges.
              Hemingway notes that he will be sailing from Havana for Boulogne via Spain on
              April 5 and be in Paris by April 22.  He speaks of getting the proofs for correction
              and does not want omissions in his text.
    
              [1930 April 7].  Envelope, AN, AD, Print and TD.  [Key West, Florida]. 
              Hemingway to Georgia Lingafeldt (Walden Book Shop, Chicago). 1 p. 
              Autograph note on verso of envelope: "somebody told me they paid $160 for a
              Paris In Our Time--What do you sell it for?  Maybe I better buy one before it's too
              late--."  Included with this envelope are:  a note to Dr. Guffey from an
              unidentified author, a sales slip and marked catalogue of Ritter-Hopson Galleries
              for a Hemingway item, and a bibliographic card.  These items were originally laid
              in: Spec PS 3515 .E37 I5.
    
              1938 July 6.  Telegram.  Key West, Florida.  Hemingway to Jasper Wood.  1 p. 
              "=ok with me regards hemingway=".
    
              1938 July 20.  Telegram.  Key West, Florida.  Hemingway to Lehman Wood.  1 p.
              "Couldnt receive nicer wire deeply regret causing you both trouble but double fai
              banner extremely grave business on book by supporter Spanish Republic best
              regards= Hemingway."  See also F9 for correspondence between Cohn and The
              Savage Press concerning this book.
    
    
              Series I.5.  Dr. Don Carlos Guffey to Capt. Louis Henry Cohn.
                   Includes correspondence from Guffey to Cohn about Hemingway,
                   containing both personal and bibliographical information.
    
         F5   1931 November 9.  ALS.  [Kansas City, Missouri].  Guffey to Cohn.  2 pp.
              Asks for an inscribed presentation copy of the Hemingway bibliography, refers to
              self as a "bibliomaniac" and says Hemingway is in great form for writing now.
    
              1931 November 12.  Telegram.  Kansas City, Missouri.  Guffey to Cohn.  1 p. 
              "Wonderful nine pound boy arrived safely seven forty everybody happy= Dr Don
              Carlos Guffey."
    
              [n.d.]  ALS.  [Kansas City, Missouri].  Guffey to Cohn.  1 p.
              Thanks for Hemingway item and wishes to have two copies of "Twenty Best
              Stories."
    
    1         Series I.    Correspondence, photographs and art work (cont'd)
    
              Series I.6.  Ernest and Pauline Hemingway to Dr. and Mrs. Don Carlos
              Guffey.
                   Includes correspondence between the Hemingways and Dr. Guffey
                   concerning medical matters and personal thoughts.  Includes a letter to
                   Hemingway from Luis [Quintanailla].
    
         F6   1931 March 3.  ACS.  San Antonio, Texas.  Guffeys to Hemingway.  1 p.
              Going to Mexico.
    
              1931 October 3.  Partial Envelope.  Paris.  Hemingway to Guffey.
              Part of original wrapping used to send a book to Guffey.
    
              [1931 December 5].  ALS and ALS.  [Piggott, Arkansas].  (addressed to Mrs.
              Ernest Hemingway).  Luis [Quintanailla] to Hemingway and Hemingway to Dr.
              Guffey.  2 pp. w/env.
              This one sheet consists of two autograph letters.  The recto is from Luis
              [Quintanailla] to Hemingway in Spanish.  The verso is a note from Hemingway to
              Dr. Guffey explaining the Quintanailla letter.  Says it accompanied original
              material of Tauromachia of Goya given to Hemingway by the Spanish
              government and comments "all I got out of the war (except 2 years of invaluable
              experience)."
    
              [1934] April 20.  ALS.  [Key West, Florida].  Pauline Hemingway to Dr. Guffey. 
              3 pp. w/env.
              Concerns a friend's pregnancy and notes that she and Ernest are just back from
              hunting in Africa.
    
              [1935] April 14.  ALS.  [Key West, Florida].   Pauline Hemingway to Dr. Guffey. 
              2 pp. w/env.
              Thanks him for his help to her and to Mrs. Dos Passos and another woman.  Notes
              that Ernest is on a fishing trip and that his next book will appear in Scribner's
              serially in May.
    
              [1939 May 19].  TLS.  [Piggott, Arkansas].   Pauline Hemingway to Mrs. Guffey. 
              1 p. w/env.
              A thank-you and an invitation to visit the Hemingways in Key West.
    
              [Christmas].  ACS.  Hemingways to Dr. Guffey.  1 p. w/env.
              "Merry Christmas from Pauline and Ernest Hemingway."
    
              1942 December 1.  ANS.  [Key West, Florida].   Pauline Hemingway to Dr.
              Guffey.  1 p. w/env.
              Thanking him for birth certificates.
    
    1         Series I.    Correspondence, photographs and art work (cont'd)
              Series I.7.  Ernest Hemingway to Arnold Gingritch [sic]. 
                   Includes two items from Hemingway to Gingrich about an article he is
                   writing.
    
         F7   [1933] July 24.  TLS.  Key West, Florida.   Hemingway to Gingritch [sic].  2 pp.
              w/env.
              Asks for length of article he wants, encloses article of 2500 words and notes
              "contrary to your estimable opinion `A Clean Well Lighted Place' is a damned fine
              title and `Give Us a Night Light' is lousy."
    
              1933 August 2.  Telegram.   Key West, Florida.  Hemingway to Gingritch [sic].  1
              p.
              "Pictures mailed Monday Marlin off Moro ok but objected second deck your
              heading in letter mailed air mail yesterday which returned corrected typescript=
              Hemingway."
    
    2         Series I.8  Correspondence to Louis Henry and/or Marguerite Cohn.
                   Correspondence to the Cohns various individuals including Arthur Moss,
                   Guy Hickock, James D. Hart, Carlos Baker, Audre Hanneman, A.E.
                   Hotchner and others.  Also, copies of Hemingway letters and several
                   photographs.
    
         F8   [n.y.] August 27.  TLS.  Paris.  Arthur Moss to Lou[is Cohn].  1 p.    
              Notes various editions of Hemingway titles that to bring to Cohn: Lettres de
              Grognards, A Portrait and a Poem, Three Stories and a Poem, and In Our Time.
    
              1930 August 14.  TLS.  Paris.   Guy Hickock to Louis Cohn.  1 p. w/env.  
              Collecting items for the bibliography, he has in our time and Three Stories but he
              does not want to sell his copies.
    
              [1930].  TNS.  Guy Hickock to Louis Cohn.  1 p. w/env.   
              Sending August 14th letter (cf. previous item).
    
              [1930 September 2].  TLS.  [Paris].   Guy Hickock to Louis Cohn.  1 p. w/env.  
              Sending books to Cohn, can not locate out of print material and does not wish to
              sell his copies.  The Exile issue by Ezra Pound is available in New York.
    
              1951 April 3.  ALS.  New Haven, Connecticut.  Don G[allup] to the Cohns.  1 p. 
              Notes uncorrected errors in a Hemingway publication.  This letter was originally
              laid in: Spec PS 3515 .E37 A7 c.2.
    
              1960 November 13.  TLS.  Rome.  James D. Hart to Mrs. Cohn. 1 p.  
              Writes about his book, Two Christmas Tales, which included writing by
              Hemingway.  This letter was originally laid in: Spec PS 3515 .E37 T86 1959, Two
              Christmas Tales.
    
    
    2         Series I.    Correspondence, photographs and art work (cont'd)
              Series I.8  Correspondence to Louis Henry and/or Marguerite Cohn (cont'd)
    
         F8   1960 November 18.  TL (carbon).  [Marguerite Cohn] to James D. Hart.  1 p. 
              Wishes to pay for any copy of Two Christmas Tales.  Also laid in the copy of Two
              Christmas Tales.
    
              1960 December 30.  TLS.  Berkeley, California.  James D. Hart to Mrs. Cohn.
              1 p.
              Sending copy of Two Christmas Tales.  Also laid in the copy of Two Christmas
              Tales.
    
              1963 November 8.  ALS.  Berkeley, California.  [Unidentified] to Mrs. Cohn.
              1 p.
              Writes concerning Transatlantic and Ford; also mentions the suppressed chapters
              to The Sun Also Rises which were once in Cohn's collection.
    
              1964 December 22.  TL (photocopy).   Ann Arbor, Michigan.  Jeanne Bohlen
              (UMI) to Marianne Winberg (Random House).
              Discusses reprint of Louis Cohn's A Bibliography of the Works of Ernest
              Hemingway.  This photocopy was sent to Mrs. Cohn.
    
              1964 December 2.  TL (photocopy).  New York.  Marianne Winberg (Random
              House) to University Microfilms, Inc.  1 p.
              Requests permission to reprint Cohn's Hemingway bibliography.  This photocopy
              was sent to Mrs. Cohn.
    
              1964 December 30.  ALS.  Princeton, New Jersey.  Carlos Baker to Margie Cohn. 
              2 pp. and 42 pp.
              Returning the enclosed photocopies of Hemingway's letters and he has supplied
              year-dates.  Notes that the suppressed chapters of The Sun Also Rises "disappeared
              this summer in Ketchum."  Enclosed with this letter are a Ts (c) list of letters and
              the photocopies of those letters (19 items/42 pp.).
    
              [n.d.]  Clipping.  [New York].  1 p.  Clipping of an article entitled "At Mary
              Hemingway's, Mementos of a Great Writer" by Fanny Butcher.
              Discusses the fact that Hemingway's letters can not be published.
    
              1965 March 23.  TL.  Philadelphia.  Quality Books to Mrs. Cohn.  1 p.
              Asks permission to reprint 50 copies of A Bibliography of the Works of Ernest
              Hemingway.
    
              1965 March 24.  TL (carbon).  [New York].  [Marguerite Cohn] House of Books
              to Quality Books.  1 p.
              She cannot consider request for reprints because Quality Books is unknown to her.
    
    2         Series I.    Correspondence, photographs and art work (cont'd)
              Series I.8  Correspondence to Louis Henry and/or Marguerite Cohn (cont'd)
    
         F8   1966 September 19.  TLS and TL (carbon).   Audre Hanneman to Margie Cohn.  1
              p. and 1 p.
              Working on bibliography of Hemingway, seeking information on Four Poems and
              asks other bibliographical questions.  She encloses a TL (carbon) on which to
              answer questions.  Autograph note by Mrs. Cohn on the bottom.
    
              1967 April 17.  TLS and 2 TL (photocopies).  Audre Hanneman to Margie Cohn. 
              1 p. and 2 pp.
              Information concerning the withdrawal of The Resistentialists.  She encloses a
              copy of a TLS from Harper & Row (1967: April 13).  These items were originally
              laid in a copy of The Resistentialists: Spec CT 120 .S8 1962.
    
              1968 February 19.  TLS.  C.L. Sulzberger  to Mrs. Cohn.   1 p.  w/enc.
              Writes concerning the withdrawal of The Resistentialists and its possible reissue. 
              Originally laid in: Spec CT 120 .S8 1962.
    
              [1968 February 15].  Reprint.  Greenwich Village, New York. 1 p.
              A review of Audre Hanneman's Ernest Hemingway: A Comprehensive
              Bibliography taken from The Villager.
    
              1972 September 10.  TLS.  Westport, Connecticut.   A. E. Hotchner to House of
              Books.  1 p. w/env.
              Wishes to sell his Hemingway collection.
    
              1972 September 13. TL (carbon).   Mrs. Louis Henry Cohn to A. E. Hotchner.  1
              p.
              Is interested in his Hemingway collection, would like a list and indicates she too
              has a private Hemingway collection.
    
              [1972] September 16.  TLS and Ts.   Westport, Connecticut.  A.E.  Hotchner to
              Mrs. Cohn.  1 p. and 8 pp.
              Enclosing list of items in his Hemingway collection, not urgent but treat
              confidentially.  Enclosed here is an eight page Ts. of the inventory.
    
              1972 October 4.  TL (carbon).  Mrs. Cohn to A. E. Hotchner. 1 p.
              Talks about confidentiality, the need to advertise if wishes to sell and also having
              his collection appraised by a disinterested party, possibly by Robert Metzdorf.
    
              1972 October 8.  TLS.  Westport, Connecticut.   A.E. Hotchner to Mrs. Cohn.  1
              p. w/env.
              Talks about treating the sale as a private deal versus public information and had
              material appraised by Lew Feldman of El Dieff Books who indicated the potential
              value to be between $75,000 and $80,000.
    
    2         Series I.    Correspondence, photographs and art work (cont'd)
              Series I.8  Correspondence to Louis Henry and/or Marguerite Cohn (cont'd)
    
         F8   1972 November 28.  Receipt (carbon).  New York.  1 p.
              A receipt from the House of Books stating: "received from Mr. A. E. Hotchner
              Hemingway material...".
    
              1973 December 15.  ALS.   Beverly Hills, California.  A. E. Hotchner to Mrs.
              Cohn.  1 p. w/env.
              Has to postpone their meeting and did not collect the photographs for the
              University of Virginia.
    
              1974 Summer.  Photograph.  Paris.  1 p.
              House where Hemingway lived in Paris which contains the room described in A
              Moveable Feast.
    
              [n.d.]  Photograph.  Ketchum, Idaho.  1 p.
              Photograph by Olle Tannebo of Hemingway's grave.
    
              1978 March 13.  ALS.  Detroit, Michigan.  William B. Rayburn to Mrs. Cohn.
              1 p.
              Thanks her for the "In Their Time" keepsake and is sorry he missed the exhibit.
    
              [1978 July 20?].  Clippings.  2 items.  2 pp.
              Concerning the Thomas McNamara forgeries.
              Laid in: Spec PS 3515 .E37 |58416 1978b.
    
              1978 November 27.  TL (carbon).  New York.  Mrs. Cohn to Anthony Burgess.
              2 pp.
              Originally laid in: Spec PS 3515 .E37 Z58416 1978b, Anthony Burgess's Ernest
              Hemingway and His World.
    
              1978 November 27.  TL (carbon).   Mrs. Cohn to Jacek H. Galazka. 1 p.
              Enclosed is a draft of the letter to Burgess (cf. previous item).
              Also laid in: Spec PS 3515 .E37 Z58416 1978b.
    
              [1978 November].  TL (carbon).    Mrs. Cohn to Jacek H. Galazka.  1 p.
              Also laid in: Spec PS 3515 .E37 Z58416 1978b.
    
              1978 December 5.  TLS.  Charlottesville, Va.  "Joan" (University of Virginia,
              Alderman Library) to Mrs. Cohn.  1 p.
              Also laid in: Spec PS 3515 .E37 Z58416 1978b.
    
              [1978 December].  TL.  Mrs. Cohn to Mr. Hughes.  1 p.
              Also laid in: Spec PS 3515 .E37 Z58416 1978b.
    
    2         Series I.    Correspondence, photographs and art work (cont'd)
              Series I.8  Correspondence to Louis Henry and/or Marguerite Cohn (cont'd)
    
         F8   1978 December 11.  TLS.  New York.  Jacek H. Galazka to Mrs. Cohn.  1 p.
              w/env.
              Also laid in: Spec PS 3515 .E37 Z58416 1978b.
    
              1978 December 21.  ALS.  Monaco.  Anthony Burgess to Mrs. Cohn.  1 p. w/env.
              Also laid in: Spec PS 3515 .E37 Z58416 1978b.
    
              [1979] January 5.  TLS.  London.  Jamie Camplin (Thames & Hudson) to Mrs.
              Cohn.  2 pp.  Encloses a Ts. (photocopy) of 1 p.
              Also laid in: Spec PS 3515 .E37 Z58416 1978b.
    
              [1979 February].  TN.  London.  Jamie Camplin to Mrs. Cohn.  1 p.  Encloses 2
              copies of an invoice  (2 pp.).
              Also laid in: Spec PS 3515 .E37 Z58416 1978b.
    
              1979 February 26.  TNS.  London.  Jamies Camplin to Mrs. Cohn.   1 p. w/env.
              Also laid in: Spec 3515 .E37 Z58416 1978b.
    
              1979 August 18.  TLS.  Princeton, New Jersey.  Carlos Baker to Mrs. Cohn.  1 p.
              w/env.
              He is working on an edition of Hemingway's selected letters (with Mrs.
              Hemingway's permission) for the benefit of the Hemingway Foundation.  Thanks
              her for allowing two Hemingway letters to Horace Liveright to be included, a
              credit will appear in the acknowledgements.
    
              [n.y.] March 16.  TLS.  New York.  Michael Arlen (The New Yorker) to Mrs.
              Cohn.  1 p.
              Wants to buy Collected Hemingway as well as Tortilla Flat and Manhattan
              Transfer.  Also asks about locating a copy of To Have and To Have Not.  Pleased
              with his copy of Green Hills [of Africa]. 
    
    
              Series I.9.   Miscellaneous Correspondence.
                   Includes a photocopy of a telegram from Hemingway about Herbert
                   Mathews, a copy of the text to a telegram from Cohn as well as
                   bibliographic notes.
    
         F9   1925 Februrary 28.  TN and TN (carbon).  Louis Henry Cohn to John Dos Passos. 
              1 p. and 1 p.
              Two copies of a note reading:  "Is there any news from Hemingway, yet?"
     
              1931 March 25.  TLS.  New York.  Byrne Hackett (The Brick Row Book Shop) to
              Arthur Milliken.  1 p.
              Explains the cost of the particular copies of Three Stories and Ten Poems.
    
              [n.d.]  Ts.  1 p.
              A note on the publication dates of Guns and Castenents, The First 48 and The
              Fifth Column.
    
              [1938?] January.  Telegram (photocopy).  Paris.  Ernest Hemingway to "Madug." 
              1 p.
              "Herbert Mathews is the straightest the ablest and the bravest war correspondent
              writing today stop he has seen the truth where it was very dangerous to see and in
              this book he brings that rarest commodity to you stop in a world where faking
              now is far more successful than the truth he stands like a gaunt lighthouse of
              honesty stop and when the fakers are all dead they will read Mathews in the
              schools to find out what really happened stop I hope his office will keep some
              uncut copies of his dispatches in case he dies= Ernest Hemingway."
    
              Series I.10.  Transcripts and photocopies of Hemingway letters.
                   Included here are copies of letters from Ernest Hemingway to Bill Lengel,
                   Don Juan Quintana, and Ray [Long].
    
         F10  [1930] June 3.  TL (transcript).  Habana, Cuba.  Hemingway to Bill [Lengel]. 1 p. 
              Apologizes for not sending any stories and can't allow him to serialize the "bull
              book," will look for a story among his material at Key West.  Also talks of fishing,
              finishing the correction of proofs and going to Wyoming.
    
              1930 October 29.  TL (transcript).  Cooke City, Montana.  Hemingway to Ray
              [Long].  1 p.
              Sorry about not sending stories, what he has been written is unprintable, is
              working on bullfighting book since February and nearly finished, "sooner or later
              I'll have some swell stories for you."  "You have the best writer of short stories in
              the racket anyway in Somerset Maugham.  By the time he starts to slip on you I'll
              just be getting in my prime."
    
              [n.d.]  TL (transcript).  Cooke City, Montana.  Hemingway to Bill [Lengel].  1 p.
              Is sending a good story, actually 3 stories in one, with a dialogue form. Asks him
              to print the story without changes or deletions or if it's unsuitable to send it back.
    
              [n.y.] January 21.  TL (transcript).  Key West, Florida.  Hemingway to Lengel. 
              1 p.
              Has been sick and has left Piggott, Arkansas for Key West.
    
    2         Series I.    Correspondence, photographs and art work (cont'd)
              Series I.10.  Transcripts and photocopies of Hemingway letters (cont'd)
    
              [n.y.] February 11.  TL (transcript).  Key West, Florida.  Hemingway to Bill
              [Lengel].  1 p.
              Enclosing story, print without changes.  He knows it is short..."I don't sell them by
              the yard or the word because I will cut out a thousand words to make one word
              important."
    
              [n.d.]  TL (transcript).  Key West, Florida.  Hemingway to Bill [Lengel].  1 p.
              Thanks for gifts and books, talks to him about reviewers and writing and says
              "Don't pay any attention to any of it and write is Papa's advice."
    
              1954 September 20.  TLS (photocopy).  Finca Vigia, Cuba.  Hemingway to Don
              Juan Quintana.  1 p.  [Spanish].
    
              1958 June 26.  ALS (photocopy).  Finca Vigia, Cuba.  Hemingway to Juanito
              [Quintana?].  1 p.  [Spanish].
    
              1959 June 6.  ALS (photocopy).  Malaga.  Hemingway to Juanito [Quintana?].  2
              pp.  [Spanish].
    
              [n.d.]  ALS (photocopy).  "On Safari."  Hemingway to Juanito [Quintana?].  2 pp. 
              [Spanish].
    
              1960 June 1.  ALS (photocopy).  Finca Vigia, Cuba.  Hemingway to Juanito
              [Quintana ?].  4 pp.  [Spanish].
    
              Series I.11.  Louis Henry Cohn's Bookplate.
                   Includes the original autograph text by Hemingway for Cohn's bookplate.
         F11  [n.d.]  AD.  1 p.
              Original autograph text by Ernest Hemingway for a Cohn bookplate: 
                   "From the works 
                   (Give him the works)
                        of
                   Ernest Hemingway
                   in the Library of
                   Louis Henry Cohn."
              Includes pencil notes on sizes.
    
              [n.d.]  AD.  1 p.
              Same inscription but smaller.
    
              [n.d.]  AD (photocopy).  1 p.
              A photocopy of the smaller version of the text from the bookplate.
         
              [n.d.]  Bookplate.  1 p.   Actual bookplate created from the inscription.
    
    2         Series I.    Correspondence, photographs and art work (cont'd)
    
         F12  Series I.12.  Photographs and art work concerning Ernest Hemingway.
                   Includes numerous photographs of Ernest Hemingway taken at various
                   times in his life.  The photographs depict Hemingway during hunting trips,
                   after catching the record size marlin, while in Paris, while in Madrid in
                   1937, on board the Normandie, after breaking his arm (these are inscribed
                   to Cohn), with Pauline Hemingway on safari, with Marlene Dietrich in
                   1938, and various photocopies of Hadley Hemingway.  Also included are
                   photographs of Louis Henry Cohn's bookplate and of his Hemingway
                   collection.  In addition to photographs included here are proofs of Louis
                   Quintanilla's caricature of Hemingway as a bullfighter, and several printed
                   pictures of Hemingway including the woodcut picture (from a portrait by
                   Henry Strater of Hemingway).  Total 43 items.
    
    
    3         Series II.  Material Relating to Louis Henry Cohn's A Bibliography of the
              Works of Ernest Hemingway (New York: Random House, 1931).
                   Includes typescript manuscript, numerous stages of galley proofs, page
                   proofs, the wood block engravings used for illustrations in the
                   bibliography, others miscellaneous notes and information concerning the
                   writing of the bibliography.  Also includes a Ts. entitled "The Works of
                   Ernest Hemingway in the Library of Louis Cohn."
    
    
         F13  Series II.1.   
              Ts.  [n.d.]  194 pp.
              This Ts. bears the author's autograph revisions and notes.  It indicates where the
              woodcut title page illustrations will be and contains material not in published text.
    
    
         F14  Series II.2.  
              Ts. (Setting Copy).  [n.d.]  158 pp.
              Ts. bears the author's autograph revisions, editorial markings and printer's
              notations; with some pages missing.
    
    
         NF   Series II.3.  Galley Proofs.  [Shelved separately in Archival Packs].
                   Eight sets of galley proofs with various dates and notations.  Includes the
                   following:
    
              II.3a. 1931 March 11.  Uncorrected Galley Proofs.  [9"x25"]. 34 pp.
              Inscribed: "The first galleys received March 11, 1931, affectionately presented to
              my wife. Louis Henry Cohn."
    
              II.3b. 1931 March 11.  First Galley Proofs.  [9"x25"].  31 pp.
              Note: "rec'd. 4/29 for corr.".  Bears numerous autograph revisions.  There is a
              further note: "Galleys #18, 24, 26, 27 retained by LHC 4/29/31."  Those galleys
              are included here.
    
              II.3c. 1931 May 6.  Galley Proofs.  [9"x25"].  31 pp.  
              Note: "First Revise May 6, 1931".  Bears the author's autograph revisions.
    
              II.3d. 1931 May 27.  Galley Proofs.  [9"x25"].  33 pp.
              Bears author's autograph revisions.
    
              II.3e. 1931 June 1.  Galley Proofs.  [9"x25"].  27 pp.
              Includes pages 6-9, 11-33 and bears author's autograph revisions.
    
              II.3f. [1931].  Galley Proofs.  [6 1/2"x25].  26 pp.
              Includes pages 2-26 with insertions and bears the author's autograph revisions.
    
              II.3g. [1931 June 15?].  Galley Proofs.  [9"x25"]. 32 pp.
              Bears few revisions.
    
              II.3h. 1931 June 26.  Galley Proofs.  [9"x25"].  38 pp.
              Bears few revisions but does contain a note listing the various proofs and
              dummies of the books returned to Cohn by the publisher.
    
    
    4    Series II.4.  Page Proofs.
              Includes various stages of page proofs, from paste-up to uncut final pages.
    
         F15  II.4a.  [n.d.]  Loose Leaf Dummy (Pasted) of Page Proofs.  107 pp.
              Numbered pages 9-115, include author's autograph revisions.
    
         F16  II.4b.  1931 June 26.  Pasted Dummy of Final Page Proofs.  (cf. note on the June
              26, 1931 galley proof).  116 pp.
              Enclosed in green wrapper and has laid in the back extra pages of proof and two
              pages of typescript for pages 112 and 116.
    
         F17  II.4c.  [n.d.]  Uncut Page Proofs.  118 pp.
              Includes 116 pages uncut and two oversize pages (the sheet of Hemingway's
              manuscript and the Table of Contents).  Bears no corrections.
    
    4         Series II.  Material relating to Louis Henry Cohn's A Bibliography of the
                   Works of Ernest Hemingway (cont'd)
         
         F18  Series II.5.  Miscellaneous fragments of galleys and editorial matter.
                   [n.d.]  67 pp.
                   Includes page proofs, galley proofs, autograph notes, two autograph copies
                   of the title page, and typescript pages of manuscript.  Material bears
                   extensive notations by Cohn and the printer.
    
    
    5         Series II.6.  Material relating to the illustrations found in Cohn's Hemingway
              bibliography.
                   Includes the wood block engravings and proofs of the illustrations.
    
         NF   II.6a.  Wood block engravings.  [n.d.]
              Includes 6 of the wood blocks used for illustrations in the Cohn book. The wood
              blocks included here depict the following items (the page number in parenthesis
              denotes where the illustration is found in the bibliography) :
    
              Title Page:  in our time   (page 17)
              Title Page:  Three Stories & Ten Poems  (page 14)
              Sketch from: Today is Friday   (page 24)
              Quote from:  The Sun Also Rises (page 27)
              Disclaimer:  A Farewell to Arms for the 2nd edition (page 31)
              "Bastard Note":  Unpublished.
    
         F19  II.6b.  Proofs of various illustrations in Cohn's bibliography.  [n.d.]  5 pp.
              Includes proofs of the "bastard note" which does not appear in the final
              bibliography.
    
    
         F20  Series II.7.  Additional bibliographical notes by Cohn.
              Ts.  [1916-1937].  29 pp.
              Includes bibliographical descriptions of Hemingway publications which appeared
              subsequent to the publication of Cohn's book.  Also includes several Ts.
              transcripts of published stories by Hemingway in The Tabula which appear to be
              fair copies made by Cohn.
    
    
         F21  Series II.8.  "The Works of Ernest Hemingway in the Library of Louis
              Cohn."
              Ts.  38 pp.
              Includes detailed descriptions of the variant texts and inscriptions made by
              Hemingway on the manuscripts or books included in Cohn's collection.
    
    
    6         Series III.  Manuscripts, galleys and published material by or about Ernest
              Hemingway.
                   The manuscripts and galleys consists of stories and novels written by
                   Hemingway and books or reviews about Hemingway.  Also included here
                   is a copy of one book owned by Hemingway. A number of the galleys are
                   shelved separately in individual wrappers.  Beginning in this section the
                   numbers in parenthesis at the end of an item description will denote the
                   "Hanneman number."  This is the number given to that particular item in
                   Audre Hanneman's Ernest Hemingway: A Comprehensive Bibliography
                   (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1967) or in her Supplement to
                   Ernest Hemingway: A Comprehensive Bibliography (Princeton: Princeton
                   University Press, 1975).
    
         NF   III.1.  Air Navigation.  by E. R. Hamilton.  (London: Thomas Nelson and Sons,
              Ltd., 1944).  Published version, 1944.
                   Ernest Hemingway's copy bearing his signature on the front page.  Laid in
                   is a phone message (ANS) to Hemingway from Major Ingersoll requesting
                   Hemingway to call him (1944 October 7).
    
    
         F22  III.2.  In Our Time.  (New York: Boni & Liveright, 1925).  Partial proof.  8 pp.,
              1925.
                   Includes the initial material: title page, dedication and table of contents.
    
    
         NF   III.3.  A Farewell to Arms.  "The Topmost Peaks of War Fiction."  Review by
              Arnold Bennett  (November 14, 1929)
                   Clipping.  1 p.
                   This clipping from the  November 14, 1929 issue of The Evening Standard
                   is enclosed in a red binder with a Louis Cohn bookplate.
    
    
         NF   III.4.  "With Compliments from Messrs. Curtis Brown, Ltd."   [n.d.]
                   Printed Sheet with ANS. 1 p.
                   This printed sheet bears the ANS from Hemingway: "They are not my
                   agents--got rid of them last year.  They just send this tripe hopefully, EH." 
                   (Enclosed with the clipping III.3).
    
    
         F23  III.5.  The Sun Also Rises [n.d.]
                   Ts. (transcript).  15 pp. 
                   A typescript transcript of the fragment of the initial unpublished chapters
                   of The Sun Also Rises which are discussed in the correspondence between
                   Hemingway and Cohn.  The original fragment is now housed at the
                   University of Virginia.  
    
    
    
    6         III.  Manuscripts, galleys and published material by or about Ernest
              Hemingway (cont'd)
    
         F24  III.6.  "The Author and the Critic," August 28, 1952
                   Ts. (mimeo).  7 pp.
                   This script was produced for Kagran Corporation by Martin Stone for use
                   by the host Basil Rathbone in his television interview of Hemingway.  The
                   script consists of the preface and afterword to the discussion.  Also
                   included with this script is a Ts. of excerpts from Hemingway's letters to
                   Life concerning The Old Man and the Sea.  In the letters Hemingway talks
                   of his writing and his intentions in writing The Old Man and the Sea.  Also
                   includes a TLS (Sep 2, 1952) to Louis Cohn from "Jim" noting that he is
                   sending the script and the excerpts from the Hemingway letters.
    
    
         F25  III.7.  Winner Take Nothing.  (New York and London: Charles Scribner's Sons,
              1933).
                   Variant proof pages, 1933, 6 pp.
                   Includes two variant proof title pages submitted to Hemingway for his
                   preference.  Hemingway marks one: "Prefer this," and another: "Not this." 
                   Also included here are four page proofs of initial matter, including: a list
                   of Hemingway's published books, the table of contents, the title page and
                   the copyright page.
    
    
         F26  III.8.  This Is My Best.  (New York: Dial Press, 1942)
                   Galley Proof.  1 p., [n.d.]
                   Item entitled: "Why he selected `The Short Happy Life of Francis C.
                   Macomber'" includes a paragraph by Hemingway explaining his choice of
                   this story as the one he liked best.  (E89)
    
    
         F27  III.9.  "The Clark's Fork Valley, Wyoming"
                   Galley Proofs.  2 pp., [n.d.]
                   The proofs for Hemingway's description of Clark's Fork Valley.
    
    
         F28  III.10.  "Ernest Hemingway Talks of Work and War." Writers and Writing,
              by Robert van Gelder (New York: Scribners, 1946),  
                   Galley Proofs. Aug 11, 1940, 2 pp.
                   Galleys of Hemingway's comments for this collection.  (G425).
    
         F29  III.11.  The Sun Also Rises.   Review by Bruce Barton in The Atlantic Monthly,
              [1927].
                   Ts. and TL (c).  1 p. and 1 p.
                   Also includes a TL (c) dated, 1927 February 24, to Barton from Edward
                   Weeks praising the review (1 p.).
    
    6         Series III.  Manuscripts, galleys and published material by or about Ernest
              Hemingway (cont'd)
    
         F30  III.12.  Bastard Note.  Proof Sheet and Facsimile, Oct 1, 1929
                   2 pp.
                   This proof of the legal disclaimer sheet to the second edition of
                   Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms is signed by Hemingway and bears this
                   autograph note: "how did they happen to use this word [bastard] rather
                   than illegitimate child?"  The facsimile of this sheet was issued by Louis
                   Cohn in December 1931.  A note in the lower corner states: "of this
                   facsimile foundry proof, 93 copies have been privately printed and the
                   plate destroyed.  This is number 1."  (F150)
    
    
         F31  III.13.  Four Poems,  [Aug 31, 1930]
                   Ts., Ts. and Galley Proofs.  11 pp.
                   This material consists of three items related to the proposed publication by
                   Louis Cohn of Four Poems by Ernest Hemingway.  Includes: Ts.  (2 pp.,
                   recto and verso) of the poem: "The Lady Poets With Foot Notes" and
                   bibliographic notes relating to the German little magazine, Der
                   Querschnitt in which two of Hemingway's poems appeared.  Also includes
                   a Ts. (8 pp.) mockup of a proposed pamphlet edition of the Four Poems to
                   be published by Cohn and a galley proof (1 sheet) with autograph
                   corrections and editorial markings.  The galley proof includes the poems:
                   "The Age Demanded," "The Earnest Liberal's Lament," "The Lady Poets
                   with Foot Notes," and "The Soul of Spain with McAlmon and Bird the
                   Publishers."  (F149).
    
    
         F32  III.14.  "The Art of Fiction [XXI]: Ernest Hemingway."  Paris Review (no. 5,
              Spring 1958).
                   Ts., Page Proofs and Published Version. [Spring, 1958]. 75 pp.
                   Includes material related to an interview of Hemingway by George
                   Plimpton for the Spring 1958 issue of the Paris Review.  Includes: Ts. (17
                   pp.) of the interview with Hemingway and page proofs of that interview
                   (28 pp.).  The page proofs are incomplete and the published text contains
                   interview material which is not included in these proofs.  Also housed here
                   is one copy of the Paris Review containing this interview (30 pp).
                   (H1066).
    
    
    7    F33- III.15.  Islands in the Stream
         34        Uncorrected Galley Proofs (photocopy) and Ts. (photocopy)., [n.d.]
                   273 pp.   
                   Includes two items: a Ts. (photocopy) copy of the text for the jacket (2 pp.)
                   and a photocopy of the uncorrected galley proofs (273 pp.).
    
    
    
    7         Series III.  Manuscripts, galleys and published material by or about Ernest
              Hemingway (cont'd)
    
         F35  III.16.  Hemingway and Jake: An Extraordinary Friendship by Vernon (Jake)
              Klimo and Will Oursler.  (Garden City: Doubleday, 1972).    
                   Uncorrected Proofs.  [1972]. 143 pp.
                   Includes one set of uncorrected proofs in bound galley form.  The initial
                   page bears a note to reviewers and is stamped "Final Galley."
    
         F36  III.17.  The Twenty-five Finest Short Stories.  Edited by Edward J. O'Brien. 
              (New York: Richard R. Smith, 1931).
                   Galley Proof.  [1931]. 1 sheet.
                   This galley proof bears the eight initial pages of the book.  The book
                   includes Hemingway's story, "My Old Man."  This item was originally laid
                   in: Spec PS 3515 .E37 M96 1931. 
    
    
    8    NF   III.18.  The Enduring Hemingway.  An Anthology of a Lifetime in Literature. 
              Edited by Charles Scribner, Jr. (New York: Scribner's, 1974).
                   Page proofs.   [1974].  675 pp.
                   Includes spiral bound set of uncorrected page proofs in two volumes. 
                   Bears cover note: "Bd bks May 3."
    
    
         F37  III.19.  Death in the Afternoon.  (New York: Scribner's, 1932). 
                   Clipping and Offprint.  2 pp.
                   Includes a clipping of the review in The Daily Telegraph (Nov 18, 1932)
                   and an oversized offprint of a review in the Morning Post (week ending
                   November 15, 1932).  Shelved in oversize drawer.
    
    
    
    Items Shelved Separately in Archival Packs
    
         NF   III.20.  The Enduring Hemingway.  An Anthology of a Lifetime in Literature. 
              Edited by Charles Scribner, Jr.  (New York: Scribner's, 1974).  
                   Galley Proofs. [1974].  7 sheets.
                   Includes galley proofs of the introduction by Charles Scribner, Jr.  Galleys
                   were originally laid in item #III.18.  
    
    
         NF   III.21.  Death in the Afternoon.  (New York: Scribner's, 1932).   
                   Galley Proofs.  [1932].  112 sheets.
                   Galleys bear autograph pencil corrections in an unidentified hand.
    
    
    
              Series III.  Manuscripts, galleys and published material by or about Ernest
              Hemingway (cont'd)
    
         NF   Series III.22.  "One Trip Across."  Cosmopolitan (v. XCVI, #4, April 1934).  
                   Galley Proofs.  January 4, 1934.  12 sheets.
                   This short story first appeared in Cosmopolitan and later became part I of
                   To Have and Have Not.  The galleys bear autograph notes by the printer. 
                   (C217)
    
    
         NF   III.23.  To Have and Have Not. (New York: Scribner's, 1937).  
                   Galley Proofs.  [1937]. 67 sheets.
                   Uncorrected galleys which lack the preliminary matter.  (A14a)
    
    
         NF   III.24.  The Fifth Column and the First Forty-nine Stories.  (New York:
              Scribner's, 1938).
                   Galley Proofs.  [1938].  155 sheets.
                   Incomplete; text from pages 104-597.  Name on the back galley, "Mr.
                   Berger."  (A16a)
    
    
         NF   III.25.  The Fifth Column. A Play in Three Acts.  (New York: Scribner's, 1940). 
                   Galley Proofs.  [n.y.] Jan 12-14.  54 sheets.
                   Galleys begin with Act one; preliminary matter not present.  (A17a)
    
    
         NF   III.26.  For Whom the Bell Tolls.  (New York: Scribner's, 1940).                     
                   Galley Proofs.  [1940]  172 pp.               
                    Includes one set of galleys without preliminary matter (pages 1-476, 158
                   sheets) and a partial set of galleys (pages 98-135, 14 sheets).  (A18a)
    
    
         NF   III.27.  "On the Blue Water" and "Remembering Shooting-FlyiZg [flying]." 
              Esquire's First Sports Reader.  Edited by Herbert Graffis.  (New York: A. S.
              Barnes, 1945).
                   Galley Proofs.  [1945].  85 pp.  
                   Galleys lack the preliminary matter but all of the articles are present.  The
                   two Hemingway contributions are: "On the Blue Water" (pages 17-20) and
                   "Remembering Shooting-Flying" (pages 21-23).   (E115)
    
    
         NF   III.28.  "The Snows of Kilimanjaro."  105 Greatest Living Authors Present the
              World's Best.  Edited by Whit Burnett.  (New York: Dial, 1950). 
                   Galley Proofs. [1950].  8 sheets.   
                   Galleys of Hemingway's story.  (E164)
    
    
              Series III.  Manuscripts, galleys and published material by or about Ernest
              Hemingway (cont'd)
    
         NF   III.29.   "The Old Man and the Sea."  Life.  (Sep 1, 1952).
                   Galley Proofs and TLS.    [1952]. 16 sheets and 2 pp.
                   Includes galleys designated  "advance galley proofs" and bearing the note:
                   "For your personal reading only Life publication date, Sept. 1."  Also laid
                   in is a TLS (2 pp.), dated August 12, 1952, from the publisher of Life
                   announcing the appearance of "The Old Man and the Sea."  (C370)
    
    
         NF   III.30.  The Old Man and the Sea.  (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1952). 
                   Galley Proofs. [1952]. 36 sheets.
                   Autograph corrections in pencil and ink throughout the text in an
                   unidentified hand.  (A24)
    
    
         NF   III.31.  Hemingway: The Writer as Artist.  by Carlos Baker.  (Princeton, NJ:
              Princeton University Press, 1952). 
                   Page Proofs. 15 pp.
                   Page proofs for the preliminary matter for Baker's book, inscribed to Louis
                   Cohn from the author and dated August 18, 1952.  Proofs bear autograph
                   corrections and printer's notations.  (G26)
    
    
         NF   III.32.  Hemingway: The Writer as Artist.  by Carlos Baker.  (Princeton,   NJ:
              Princeton University Press, 1952).
                   Galley Proofs. [1952] 155 sheets.
                   Galleys bear pencilled corrections.  (G26)
    
    
         NF   III.33.  A Divine Gesture.  ([New York]: Aloe Editions, 1974).   
                   Galley Proofs.  Dec 14, 1973.  2 sheets.
                   Galleys of this Hemingway short story bear the autograph note: "proof of
                   Dec. 14, 1973" and is inscribed to Marguerite Cohn by the publisher
                   (January 28, 1974).  Originally accompanied Cohn's copy of the first
                   edition: Spec PS 3515 .E37 D58 c.2.  This fable first appeared in 1922 in
                   The Double-Dealer.  

    Contents List

    + Series IV.-VII.: Periodicals containing Ernest Hemingway's work; Periodicals containing articles on Hemingway or references to him; Periodicals containing articles concerning bibliographies of Hemingway's work; Clippings and tear sheets

    + Series VIII. and Addenda: Miscellany; Cohn-Hemingway Register Addendum, List of Photographs and Items in Folder 12

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