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: Purhchase, 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 IV. Periodicals containing Ernest Hemingway's work
  • Series V. Periodicals containing articles on Hemingway or references to him
  • Series VI. Periodicals containing articles concerning bibliographies of Hemingway's work
  • Series VII. Clippings and tear sheets

  • + Introductory Note + Series Outline

    Contents List

    + Series I.-III. Correspondence, Photographs and Art Work; Material relating to Cohn's A Bibliography of the Work of Ernest Hemingway (New York: Random House, 1931); Manuscripts and galleys of worky by and about Ernest Hemingway

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


    Contents List

    Box -- Folder -- Contents

    
              Series IV.  Periodicals Containing Ernest Hemingway's Work.
                   Consists of various journals, newspapers, and magazines containing
                   articles and stories by Hemingway or interviews with Hemingway.  The
                   items are the published versions unless otherwised noted.  Some items are
                   shelved separately.
    
    Items Shelved Separately
    
         NF   IV.1.  Daily Express.  (London: no. 17, 512): pages 4-5.  
                   "My Life and the Woman I Love." 
                   Clipping, 2 pp.  Dateline: Havana, Cuba, Sep 10, 1956
                   A "photo news special" with text and captions by Hemingway.  The story
                   is Hemingway's description of his life, his wife, and fishing.  Shelved in
                   oversized drawer. (C396)
    
    
         NF   IV.2.  The Exile.  (no. 1, Spring 1927): page 21, Spring 1927 - Autumn 1928, 1 p.
                   "Neo-Thomist Poem." 
                   Title of this poem is misprinted "Nothoemist Poem."  Also included here
                   are copies of The Exile nos. 2-4 (1927-1928) which do not contain
                   Hemingway contributions.  Shelved in their own case.  (C174)
    
    
         NF   Series IV.3.  Der Querschnitt.  (Frankfort & Berlin: Querschnitt-Verlag; im
              Propylaein-Verlag, 1924-1925). Autumn 1924 - July 1925
                   5 issues.  31 pp. Shelved in their own case.
         
              "The Soul of Spain with McAlmon and Bird the Publishers."  (C158)
              "The Earnest Liberal's Lament."  (C158)
              Vol. IV no.4 (Autumn 1924): pages 229-230, 231.
                   
              "Part Two of the Soul of Spain with McAlmon and Bird the Publishers."  (C161)
              "The Lady Poets With Foot Notes."  (C161)
              Vol IV no.5 (November 1924): pages 278, 317.
         
              "The Age Demanded."  (C164) 
              Vol. V no.2 (February 1925): page 111.  
    
              "Stierkampf [Part I]."
              Vol. V no.6 (Summer 1925): pages 521-535.
                   Two of the eight photographs following page 528 are credited to
                   Hemingway.  This is the first appearance of "The Undefeated."  It was
                   translated into German by B. Bessmertny.  (C166)
    
              "Stierkampf [Part II]."  (C167)
              Vol. V no.7 (July 1925): pages 624-633
    
         
    
    8         Series IV.  Periodicals Containing Ernest Hemingway's Work (cont'd)
    
         NF   IV.4.  Das Querschnittbuch.  (Berlin: Propylaein-Verlag, 1924). Pages 229-230,
              231, 278, and 317. Reprint.  1924 
                   Includes the poems: "The Soul of Spain With McAlmon and Bird the
                   Publishers," "The Earnest Liberal's Lament," "Part Two of The Soul of
                   Spain With McAlmon and Bird the Publishers," and "The Lady Poets With
                   Foot Notes."  Shelved in its own case.  (C158, C161).
    
    
         NF   IV.5.  Scribner's Magazine."   118 pp.  May-October 1929 [missing August
              issue].
                   "A Farewell to Arms." 
                   Consists of five of the six installments of the serialized version of "A
                   Farewell to Arms."  Issues housed here are:
    
              Vol. LXXXV no.5 (May 1929): pages 493-504, 597-610.
    
              Vol. LXXXV no.6 (June 1929): pages 649-660, 723-728.
    
              Vol. LXXXVI no.1 (July 1929): pages 20-32, 109-118.
    
              Vol. LXXXVI no.3 (September 1929): pages 272-284, 343-354. (signed by
                   Hemingway).
    
              Vol. LXXXVI no.4 (October 1929): pages 373-385, 460-472.
    
              Vol.  LXXXI no.2 (August 1929) is lacking.  (C188)
    
    
         NF   IV.6.  The Transatlantic Review.  13 issues, 24 pp.  January 1924 -  January
              1925.     
                   Consists of various issues containing contributions by Hemingway and one
                   issue which he edited.  There are also housed here other issues of The
                   Transatlantic Review with no Hemingway contributions.  All issues are
                   shelved in their own case.  The issues housed here are listed below with
                   references to Hemingway's contributions.
    
              Vol. I  Index.  Hemingway listed: pages 230, 355.
    
              Vol. I  no.1 (January 1924): no Hemingway contribution.
         
              Vol. I  no.2 (February 1924): no Hemingway contribution.
        
              Vol. I  no.3 (March1924): no Hemingway contribution.
    
              "Work in Progress." Volume I no.4 (April 1924): pages 230-234.
                    Later published with the title: "Indian Camp."  (C155)
    
              "And to the United States." (Part III, under "Chroniques") Vol. I no.5 (May-June
              1924): pages 355-357.  Dateline: The Quarter. Early Spring.
                   Consists of 16 short items concerning artists, writers, boxers and bull-fighters.  (C156)
    
              Vol. I no.6 (July 1924): no Hemingway contribution.
    
              "And Out of America."  (Part III, under "Chroniques") Vol. II no.1 (August 1924):
              pages 102-103.
                    Hemingway edited this issue.  (C157)
    
              Vol. II no.2 (September 1924): Hemingway edited this issue.
    
              "Pamplona Letter" and a article about Conrad under the section: "Appreciation of
              Conrad."  (C160).  Vol. II no.3 (October 1924): pages 300-302 and 341-342.
                   
              Vol. II no.4 (November 1924): no Hemingway contribution.
    
              "The Doctor and the Doctor's Wife."  Vol. II no.5 (December 1924): pages 497-501.
              (C162)
                   
              "Cross-Country Snow."  Vol. II no.6 (January 1925): pages 633-638.  (C163)
                   
    
    9
         NF   IV.7.  American Dialog.  Vol. I no.2 (October-November 1964): pages 10 and 11-13. 
              "The Last Commander"
              "Unpublished Letters of Ernest Hemingway." 
                   3 pp.  (C424, C424).
    
    
         NF   IV.8.  Among Friends.  Vol. I no.2 (Spring 1938): page 7.
              "Luis Quintanilla: Artist and Soldier." 
                   1 p.  (C278)
    
    
         NF   IV.9.  The Atlantic Monthly.   Vol. CXL no.1 (July 1927): pages 1-15. 
              "Fifty Grand." 
                   The table of contents list the subtitle as: "A Story of the Prize Ring." 
                   (C180)
    
    9         Series IV.  Periodicals Containing Ernest Hemingway's Work (cont'd)
    
         NF   IV.10.  The Atlantic.  Vol. CC no.5 (November 1957): pages 64-66 and 66-68.  
              "Two Tales of Darkness: A Man of the World and Get a Seeing-Eyed Dog."     
              5 pp.   (C398, C398)
    
    
         NF   IV.11.  Berge.  No. 4 (December 1983): pages 39-42. 
              "Hemingway im Montafon."  
                   This is a translation into German of a part of the chapter, "There is Never
                   Any End to Paris," from A Moveable Feast. 
    
    
         NF   IV.12.    Hearst's International/Cosmopolitan.  Vol. XCII no.5 (May 1932):
              pages 38-41, 155.  
                   "After the Storm."
                   5 pp.  (C201)
    
    
         NF   IV.13.  Cosmopolitan.  5 issues, 62 pp. 1950.
              "Across the River and Into the Trees." 
                   This story was serialized in five installments of Cosmopolitan.  (C355)
    
              Vol. CXXVIII no.2 (February 1950): pages 31-33, 156- 167.
    
              Vol. CXXVIII no.3 (March 1950): pages 34-35, 79-91.
    
              Vol. CXXVIII no.4 (April 1950): pages 58-59, 119-129.
    
              Vol. CXXVIII no.5 (May 1950): pages 50-51, 130-139.
    
              Vol. CXXVIII no.6 (June 1950): pages 56-57, 79-83.
    
    
         NF   IV.14.  The Daily Telegraph Magazine (London). No. 394 (May 19, 1972): pages
              16-26, 11 pp.
               "Miss Mary's Lion."
              
    
    
         NF   IV.15.  The Double Dealer.  2 issues, 3 pp. 1922  
              
              " A Divine Gesture."  Vol. III no.17 (May 1922): pages 267-268. (C85)
         
              "Ultimately."  Vol. III no.18 (June 1922): page 337.  (C91)
    
    
    
    10        Series IV.  Periodicals containing Ernest Hemingway's work (cont'd)
    
         NF   Series IV.16.  Esquire.  26 issues, 90 pp.  1933-1936, 1938. 
             
              "Marlin Off the Morro: A Cuban Letter."  Vol. I no.1 (Autumn 1933): pages 8, 39,
              97.  Also photograph (p. 9) and a note about Hemingway (p. 7).  (C209)
    
              "The Friend of Spain: A Spanish Letter."  Vol. I no.2 (January 1934): pages 26
              and 136.  Also cartoon (p. 146) and a note about Hemingway (p. 16).  (C215)
    
              "A Paris Letter." Vol. I no.3 (February 1934): pages 22 and 156.  Also note about
              Hemingway (p. 16).  (C216)
    
              "a.d. in Africa: A Tanganyika Letter."  Vol. I no.5 (April 1934): pages 19 and 146. 
              Also a note about Hemingway (p. 16).  (C218)
    
              "Shootism versus Sport: The Second Tanganyika Letter."  Vol. II no.1 (June
              1934): pages 19 and 150.  Also a note about Hemingway (p. 16).  (C219)
    
              "Notes on a Dangerous Game: The Third Tanganyika Letter."  Vol. II no.2 (July
              1934): pages 19 and 94.   Also a note about Hemingway (p. 16).  (C220)
    
              "Out in the Stream: A Cuban Letter."  Vol. II no.3 (August 1934): pages 19, 156,
              and 158.  Also a note about Hemingway (p. 16).  (C221)
    
              "Defense of Dirty Words: A Cuban Letter."  Vol. II no.4 (September 1934): pages
              19, 158b and 158d.  Also a note about Hemingway (p. 14d).  (C222)
    
              "Genio After Josie: A Havana Letter." Vol. II no.5 (October 1934):  pages 21-22. 
              Also a note about Hemingway (p. 18b).  (C223)
    
              "Old Newsman Writes: A Letter From Cuba."  Vol. II no.7 (December 1934):
              pages 25-26.  Also a note about Hemingway (p. 18).  (C224)
    
              "Notes on Life and Letters: Or a Manuscript Found in a Bottle." Vol. III no.1
              (January 1935): pages 21 and 159.  (C226)
    
              "Remembering Shooting-Flying: A Key West Letter"
              "[Program Notes], Hemingway's appraisal of Luis Quintanilla's art in New York
              in 1934."
              Vol. III no.2 (February 1935): pages 21, 152 and 26-27.  Also a note about
              Hemingway (p. 14).  (C227)
    
              "Sailfish Off Mombasa: A Key West Letter."  Vol. III no.3 (March 1935): pages
              21 and 156.  Also a note about Hemingway (p. 18).  (C228)
    
              "The Sights of Whitehead Street: A Key West Letter."  Vol. III no.4 (April 1935):
                   pages 25 and 156.  (C229)
    
    11        Series IV.  Periodicals containing Ernest Hemingway's work (cont'd)
              Series IV.16.  Esquire (cont'd)
    
         NF   "a.d. Southern Style: A Key West Letter."  Vol. III no.5 (May 1935): pages 25 and
              156.  Also a note about Hemingway (p. 22b).   (C230)
    
              "The President Vanquishes: A Bimini Letter."  Vol. III no.7 (July 1935): pages 23
                   and 167.  (Hanneman numbered this: IV no.1).  (C233)
    
              "Notes on the Next War: A Serious Topical Letter."  Vol. IV no.3 (September
              1935): pages 19 and 156.  Also a note about Hemingway (p. 14).  (C235)
    
              "Monologue to the Maestro: A High Seas Letter."  Vol. IV no.4 (October 1935):
                   pages 21, 174a and 174b.   (C237)
    
              "The Malady of Power: A Second Serious Letter."  Vol. IV no.5 (November
              1935): pages 31 and 198-199.   (C238)
    
              "Million Dollar Fright: A New York Letter."  Vol. IV no.6 (December 1935):
              pages 35 and 190b.  Also an item called: "Death in the Afternoon Cocktail" by
              Hemingway.  (C239)
    
              "Wings Always Over Africa: An Ornithological Letter."  Vol. V no.1 (January
              1936): pages 31 and 174-175.  (C240)
    
              "The Tradesman's Return: A Short Story."  Vol. V no.2 (February 1936): pages 27
              and 193-196.  (C241)
    
              "On the Blue Water: A Gulf Stream Letter."  Vol. V no.4 (April 1936): pages 31
              and 184-185.  (C243)
    
              "There She Breaches! or Moby Dick Off the Morro" 
              "Gattorno: Program Note."  (C244)
              Vol. V no.5 (May 1936): pages 35, 203-205 and 111, 141. 
    
              "The Horns of the Bull: A Short Story." Vol. V no.6 (June 1936): pages 31 and
              190-193.   Also a note about Hemingway (p. 28).  (C246)
    
              "The Denunciation: First of a Series of Three Short Stories Using a Bar in Madrid
              as a Background." Vol. X no.5 (November 1938): pages 39 and 111-114.   Also a
              note about Hemingway (p. 34).  (C307)           
    
    12          Series IV.  Periodicals containing Ernest Hemingway's work (cont'd)        
    
         NF   IV.17.  Holiday.    Vol. VI no.1 (July 1949): pages 60-63 and 95-97, 7pp.
              "The Great Blue River."
                   Also a note about Hemingway entitled: "`Papa' Hemingway Tackles Big
                   Fish, Big Wars and Big Books" (p. 32).  (C351)
    
    
         NF   IV.18.  Hound & Horn.  Vol. VI no.1 (October-December 1932): page 135. 
              Letter to Editor. 
                   Hemingway's letter is dated August 27, 1932.
    
    
         NF   IV.19.  Internatsionalnaya Literatura.  No. 1 (January 1939): pages 99-100. 
              "Pyataya Kolonna."  
                   Introduction to "The Fifth Column."  Also pages 100-138 has a Russian
                   translation of "The Fifth Column."  (C309)
    
    
         NF   IV.20.    Ken.  Vol. I no.1 (April 7, 1938): pages 36-37. 
              "The Time Now, The Place Spain." (C283)
    
    
              IV.21.  Life.  9 issues.  1940, 1946, 1952, 1960 and 1964.
                   F38 for Vol. XXI no.10, others are unfoldered. 155 pp.
    
              Letter:  "War Writers on Democracy." Vol. VIII no.26 (June 24, 1940): page 8. 
                   (C318)
    
         F38  "The Killers." Vol. XXI no.10 (September 2, 1946): pages 62 and 67-69. [tear
              sheets].   Also material about the film "The Killers" (pp. 59-61).  (C345)
    
              "A Tribute to Mamma From Papa Hemingway." Vol. XXXIII no.7 (August 18,
              1952): pages 92-93.  Also a note about Hemingway (p. 86).  (C367)
    
              "The Old Man and the Sea."  Vol. XXXIII no.9 (September 1, 1952): pages 35-54. 
                   Also a note about Hemingway (p. 20).  (2 copies).  (C370)
    
              "The Dangerous Summer" [Part I].  Vol. XLIX no.10 (September 5, 1960): pages
                   77-109.   (C407)
    
              "The Dangerous Summer" [Part II].  Subtitled: "The Pride of the Devil."  Vol.
              XLIX no.11 (September 12, 1960): pages 60-82.   (C407)
    
              "The Dangerous Summer" [Part III].  Subtitled: "An Appointment with Disaster."
              Vol. XLIX no.12 (September 19, 1960): pages 74-96.   (C407)
    
              "Paris." Vol. LVI no.15 (April 10, 1964): pages 60-80, 83-84, and 88a-92.
              Selected passages from eleven of the sketches from A Moveable Feast.  (C420)
    
         NF   IV.22.  Lilliput.  Vol. V no.5 (November [1938]): pages 369-370. 
              "A Story From Spain."  (S-C19)
    
    
    12        Series IV.  Periodicals containing Ernest Hemingway's work (cont'd)
    
         NF   IV.23.  The Little Review.  3 issues.  1923-1925, 1929, 11 pp.
              
              "In Our Time"
              "They All Made Peace--What is Peace?" 
              Vol. IX no.3 (Spring 1923): pages 3-5 and 20-21.  [Exiles' Number].   (C124)
    
              "Mr. and Mrs. Elliot."  Vol. X no.2 (Autumn 1924 - Winter 1925): pages 9-12. 
                   (C159)
    
              "Valentine" and an undated letter, signed HEM. Vol. XII no.2 (May 1929): pages
                   41-42.   (C187)
    
    
         NF   IV.24.  Look.  3 issues, 36 pp.,  1954
    
              "Safari."  Vol. XVIII no.2 (January 26, 1954): pages 19-34.   Also a note about
              Hemingway (p. 7).  (C379)
    
              "The Christmas Gift" [Part I].  Vol. XVIII no.8 (April 20, 1954): pages 29-37.   
              (C381)
    
              "The Christmas Gift" [Part II]. Vol. XVIII no.9 (May 4, 1954): pages 79-89.  
                   (C381)
    
    13
         NF   IV.25.   Mark Twain Journal.  Vol. XI no.4 (Summer 1962 [Hemingway
              Memorial Issue]): pages 10 and 14.
              "Letter to a Young Writer"
              "The Nobel Prize Speech." .
                   The letter to Jack Hirschman was first published in The New York Times,
                   July 3, 1961.  (C414)
    
    
         F39  IV.26.  Le Navire D'Argent.  Vol. II no.10 (March 1, 1926): pages 161-194. 
              "L'Invincible" [The Undefeated]. 
                   34 pp.  Translated into French by Georges Duplaix.  (C169)
    
    
         F40  IV.27.  New Masses.  2 issues.  3 pp.  1935, 1939. 
    
              "Who Murdered the Vets?"  Vol. XVI no.12 (September 17, 1935): pages 9-10. 
              Dateline: Key West, Florida.   (C236)
              
                "On the American Dead in Spain."  Vol. XXX no.8 (February 14, 1939): page 3. 
              Also a note about Hemingway  (p. 2).  (C313)
    
    13        Series IV.  Periodicals containing Ernest Hemingway's work (cont'd)
    
         F41  IV.28.  The New Republic.  Vol. L no.55 (May 18, 1927): pages 350-353. 
              "Italy, 1927." 
                   4 pp.  Retitled as the short story "Che Ti Dice La Patria?" in Men Without
                   Women.  (C178)
    
    
         F42  IV.29.  The New Yorker.  2 issues. 4pp. 1927 and 1932. 
    
              "My Own Life." Vol. II no.52 (February 12, 1927 ): pages 23-24.   (C171)
              Letter from Hemingway. Vol. VIII no.38 (November 5, 1932): pages 86-87. 
                   Concerning Coate's review of Death in the Afternoon.  (C204)
    
    
         F43  IV.30.  Omnibus: Almanach auf das Jahr 1932.  (Berlin & Dusseldorf: Verlag
              der Galerie Flechtheim, 1932).  Page 80.
              "Advice to a Son."   
                   A twenty line poem dated September 1931.
    
    
         F44  IV.31.  La Revue Europeenne.  No. 1 (January 1, 1930): pages 76-86.  11 pp. 
              "Je Vous Salue Marie."  ["Now I Lay Me"]  
                   Translated into French by Victor Llona.  (C191)
    
    
         NF   IV.32.  Sports Illustrated.  Vol. XXXV no.25 (December 20, 1971): pages 40-52,
              57-66.  23 pp.
              "Africa Journal" [Part I: Miss Mary's Lion].
                   Part one of a three part series.  Also contains a note about Hemingway (p.
                   5).  (S-C73)
    
    
         F45- IV.33.  This Quarter.  3 issues.  59 pp. 1925-1926 and 1931.   
         47
              "Big Two Hearted River"
              "Homage to Ezra"
              Vol. I no.1 (Spring [May] 1925): pages 110-128 and 221-225.  (C165, C165).
    
              "The Undefeated"
              Vol. I no.2 (Autumn 1925 - Winter 1926): pages 203-232.  (C168).
    
              "The Sea Change"
              Vol. IV no.2 (1931: December): pages 247-251.  (C198)
    
    
         F48  IV.34. U.S.A.  [United States Office of War Information].  Vol. II no.4 ([April]
              1945): pages 70-79.  10 pp.
              "Une Peche a la Truite" (S-C27)
    
    14        Series IV.  Periodicals containing Ernest Hemingway's work (cont'd)
             
         NF   IV.35.  Scribner's Magazine.  14 issues.  1927, 1930, 1933, 1935, and 1937.
              110 pp.
    
              "The Killers." Vol. LXXXI no.3 (March 1927): pages 227-233.   (C172)
    
              "In Another Country"
               "A Canary for One." 
              Vol. LXXXI no.4 (April 1927): pages 355-357 and 358-360.   (C175, C175).
    
              "Wine of Wyoming."  Vol. LXXXVIII no.2 (August 1930): pages 195-204.
              (C195)
    
              "A Clean, Well-lighted Place."  Vol. XCIII no.3 (March 1933): pages 149-150.        
              (C205)
    
              "Homage to Switzerland."  Vol. XCIII no.4 (April 1933): pages 204-208.
                   Also note about Hemingway (p. 14).  (C206)
    
              "Give Us a Prescription, Doctor."  Vol. XCIII no.5 (May 1933): pages 272-278.
                   Retitled "The Gambler, the Nun and the Radio" for Winner Take Nothing.  
                   (C208)
    
              "Green Hills of Africa."  Vol. XCVII no.5 (May 1935): pages 257-268.
                        Also a note about Hemingway (p. 319).  Begins a serialization to continue
                        for seven installments.  (C231)
    
              "Green Hills of Africa."  Vol. XCVII no.6 (June 1935): pages 334-344.  (C231)
    
              "Green Hills of Africa."  Vol. XCVIII no.1 (July 1935): pages 14-21.  (C231)
    
              "Green Hills of Africa."  Vol. XCVIII no.2 (August 1935): pages 74-83.
                   Also a note about Hemingway (p. 127).  (C231)
    
              "Green Hills of Africa." Vol. XCVIII no.3 (September 1935): pages 157-165.
              (C231)
              "Green Hills of Africa."  Vol. XCVIII no.4 (October 1935): pages 200-206. 
              (C231).
    
              "Green Hills of Africa."  Vol. XCVIII no.5 (November 1935): pages 262-273.
                   Also a note about Hemingway (p. 319).  (C231)
    
         NF   "The Killers."  Vol. CI no.1 (January 1937): pages 83-86.   Reprinted from
              Scribner's Vol. LXXXI, March 1927.  (C252)
    
    
         F49  IV.36.  Verve.  Vol. I no.2 (Spring [March-June]1938): page 46. 
               "The Heat and the Cold"
    
    
    15        Series V.  Periodicals containing articles about Hemingway or references to
              him.
                   Consists of various magazines, journals, and newspapers which contain
                   material about Hemingway or his writings.  All items are the published
                   version unless otherwise noted.  Arranged alphabetically by title of the
                   periodical.
    
    
         NF   V.1.  All's Well Quarterly.  Vol. XI no.2 (Summer 1933): page 36. 
    
         
         NF   V.2.  The American Book Collector 1959, 1963, 1966-1967.  6 issues. 23 pp.
    
              Vol. IX no.7 (March 1959): page 4.  (H1110)
    
              Vol. XIV no.3 (November 1963): pages 8-10.  (H1476)
    
              Vol. XVI no.5 (January 1966): pages 22-24. (S-H174)
    
              Vol. XVII no.4 (December 1966): pages 4-15. 
    
              Vol. XVII no.8 (April 1967): pages 9-10. (S-H313)
    
              Vol. XVIII no.1 (September 1967): pages 8-9. (S-H364)
    
    
         NF   V.3.  The American Mercury.  Vol. LXXI no.323 (November 1950): pages 619-625.  7 pp.  (H668)
    
    
         NF   V.4.   The American Review.  (Vol. III no.3 Summer 1934): pages 289-312.  24
              pp.  (H237)
    
    
         NF   V.5.   Arkansan.  No. 470790 (March 1980): pages 19-21.  3 pp.  
    
    
    15        Series V.  Periodicals containing articles about Hemingway or references to
              him. (cont'd)
    
         F50  V.6.  Arts  (1958).  3 issues.  5 pp.  (H1063)
    
              No.662 (March 19-25 1958): pages 1, 2.
    
              No.663 (March 26-April 1 1958): pages 1, 3.
    
              No.664 (April 2-8 1958): page 3.
    
    
         NF   V.7.  The Atlantic Monthly. 1933, 1939, 1957, 1961 and 1969.   5 issues.  57 pp. 
    
              Vol. CLII no.2 (August 1933): pages 197-208.  (H214)
    
              Vol. CLXIV no.1 (July 1939): pages 36-46.  (H400)
    
              Vol. CC no.6 (December 1957): pages 102-103.  (H1047)
    
              Vol. CCVIII no.6 (December 1961): pages 31-39. (H1355)
    
              Vol. CCXXIII no.1 (January 1969): pages 45-67. (S-H517)
    
    
         F51  V.8.  Avocations.  1937-1938.  3 issues.  22 pp.
    
              Vol. I no.1 (October 1937): pages 30 and 32. 
    
              Vol. I no.4 (January 1938): pages 346-355.  Two copies, one inscribed by Cohn. 
              (H353)
    
    16
              V.9.  The Bookman.   1927-1931.  9 issues.  37 pp. 
                   F.52 first two items, others unfoldered.
    
         F52  Vol. LXV no.3 (May 1927): pages 251-257.  (H69)
    
              Vol. LXVI no.5 (January 1928): opposite page 560. (H89)
    
         NF   Vol. LXVIII no.4 (December 1928): pages 381-382.
    
              Vol. LXVIII no.6 (February 1929): page 683.  (H106)
    
              Vol. LXIX no.1 (March 1929): page 92.  
    
              Vol. LXX no.1 (September 1929).
              
              Vol. LXX no.3 (November 1929): pages 258-262. (H129)
    
              Vol. LXX no.6 (February 1930): pages 641-656. 
    
              Vol. LXXIV no.2 (October 1931): pages 141-144. 
    
         
         NF   V.10.  Book-of-the-Month Club News.  1952 and 1970.  2 issues.  Two copies of
              each.  18 pp.  
    
              (August 1952): pages 2-3 and 6-7.  (H724)
    
              (Fall 1970): pages 2-4 and 5, 12.  (S-H724)
    
    
         NF   V.11.  Books and Bookmen.  Vol. IX no.9 (June 1964): pages 16-17.  2 pp.
               (S-H134).
    
    
         NF   V.12.  The Bookseller. 1950 and 1952.  2 issues.  2 pp.
    
              No. 2330 (August 19, 1950): cover.
    
              No. 2424 (June 7, 1952): cover.
    
    
         NF   V.13.   The Bookseller and Collector.  Vol IV no.176 (February 6, 1930): page
              379.  Two copies.  2 pp.
    
    
         NF   V.14.   Bretano's Book Chat.  Vol. VII no.5  (September-October 1928): pages
              25-29.  Published version and tear sheet.  10 pp.  (H101)
    
    
         NF   V.15.    British Books of the Month.  Vol. 67 no.10 (October 1952): pages 11, 15,
              and 33.  3 pp.
    
    
    17         Series V.  Periodicals containing articles about Hemingway or references to
              him. (cont'd)
      
         NF   V.16.  Chapter and Verse.  No. 5 (November 1977): pages 1-2.  2 pp.
    
    
         F53  V.17.   Chicago Daily Tribune.  Vol. CXX no.157 (July 3, 1961 ): pages 1-2. 
     
    
         F54  V.18.    Chicago Sun Times.  Vol. XIV no.130 (July 3, 1961): pages 1, 4-5 and
              28.  4 pp.
    
    
         F55  V.19.   Chicago [Sunday] Sun Times Showcase  (February 3, 1963).  Tear sheet. 
              1 p.
    
    
         F56  V.20.  Chicago Tribune Book World. Vol. IV no.41 (October 11, 1970): pages 1          and 3.  (S-H754)
    
         
         NF   V.21.  The Colophon.  New series Vol. I no.1 (Summer 1935): pages 119-122.Bound copy.  4 pp.  (H254)
    
         
         F57  V.22.  Contempo.  Vol.  III no.12 (October 25, 1933): pages 1-2.  (H216)
    
    
          F58 V.23.  Daily Mail.   (May 21, 1964): page 10. 
    
    
         F59  V.24.  Detroit. [Detroit Free Press].  (August 27, 1972):  pages 1, 10, 12-15.  6
              pp.  (S-H954)
    
    
         NF   V.25. "A Christmas Bulletin."  E. P. Dutton.  ([1927]): page 14. 
    
    
         NF   V.26.  Epoca.  Vol. XLIV no.563 (July 16, 1961): cover, and pages 40-42, 44-57. 
              Two copies.  36 pp.  (H1280)
    
    
         NF    V.27  Esquire.  1963.  2 issues.  14 pp.
    
              Vol. LX no.1 (July 1963): pages 44-45, 70-73 and 106-110.
    
              Vol. LX no.4 (October 1963): pages 8, 10 and 12.
    
    
         NF   V.28.    Freedom News Journal.  Vol. XVIII, no.4 (December 1985): cover, and
              pages 3-8.  7 pp.
    
    
    
    17        Series V.  Periodicals containing articles about Hemingway or references to
              him. (cont'd)
    
         NF   V.29.  The Hemingway Newsletter.  Nos. 1, 2, 4, and 5 (January 1981- January
              1983):  4 issues.  18 pp.
    
    
         NF   V.30. Hemingway Notes.  Fall 1979 - Spring 1981.  4 issues.  
    
              Vol. V no.1 (Fall 1979).  35 pp.
    
              Vol. V no.2 (Spring 1980).  40 pp.
    
              Vol. VI no.1 (Fall 1980).  40 pp.
    
              Vol. VI no.2 (Spring 1981).  40 pp.
    
    
         NF   V.31.  The Hemingway Review [Supercedes Hemingway Notes].  Fall 1981 -
              Spring 1984.   6 issues.
    
              Vol. 1 no.1 (Fall 1981).  68 pp.
    
              Vol. I no.2 (Spring 1982).  84 pp.
    
              Vol. II no.2 (Spring 1983). 2 copies.  132 pp.
    
              Vol. III no.1 (Fall 1983).  76 pp.
    
              Vol. III no.2 (Spring 1984).  60 pp.
    
         
         NF   V.32.  Holiday.  Vol. XXVII no.2 (February 1960): pages 50-58.  9 pp.  (H1177)
    
    
    18        Series V.  Periodicals containing articles about Hemingway or references to
              him. (cont'd)
    
         NF   V.33.  Horizon.  Vol. XV no.87 (April 1947): pages 156-180.  Reprint from the
              Kenyon Review.  25 pp.
    
    
         F60  V.34.  Hound & Horn 1932-1933.  2 issues.  27 pp.
    
              Vol. V no.4 (July-September 1932): pages 519-539.  (H179)
    
              Vol. VI no.2 (January-March 1933): pages 336-341.  (H205)
    
    
         NF   V.35.  The Humanist.  Vol. LXXVI no.9 (September 1961): pages 266-267. 
              (H1324)
    
    
         F61  V.36.  Iskusstvo i Zhizn.  Vol. 5 (1939): pages 15-17.  Bound together with Vol.
              6.  3 pp.  (H387)
    
    
         NF   V.37.  Journal of Modern Literature.  Vol. I no.3 (March 1971): pages 375-388
              and 446-453.  22 pp.   (S-H815)
    
    
         F62  V.38.  Krasnay Novb.  Vol. 5 (1935): pages 232-234. 
    
    
         NF   V.39.  Life. 1939, 1941, 1944, 1954, and 1961.   10 issues.  48 pp.
    
              Vol. VII no.10 (September 4, 1939).
    
              Vol. X no.1 (January 6, 1941): pages 49-51 and 52-57.  Published version and tear
              sheet.  (H456)
    
              Vol. XI no.1 (July 7, 1941).  Two copies.
    
              Vol. XVI no.5 (January 31, 1944).
    
              Vol. XXXVI no.5 (February 1, 1954): page 56.
    
              Vol. XXXVII no.19 (November 8, 1954): pages 25-29.  With photographs.  Two
              copies.  (H906)
    
              Vol. LI no.2 (July 14, 1961): cover, pages 2, 59-68 and 71-73.  Two copies. 
              (H1274)
    
    
         F63  V.40.  Literaturnoye Obozreniye.  v. XI. (1939): pages 33-36.  4 pp.   (H388)  
    
    
              V.41.  Literaturny Kritik.
    
              Vol. IX (September 1934): pages 121-148.  28pp.  (H247)  
    
              Vol. XI (November 1938).  (H380).
    
    
              V.42.  Literaturny Sovremennik.  Vol. X-XI (October-November, 1939): pages
              257-259.  3 pp.  
    
    
    19        Series V.  Periodicals containing articles about Hemingway or references to
              him. (cont'd)
    
         F64  V.43.  The London Mercury.  Vol. XXVII no.158 (December 1932): pages 135-142.  8 pp.  
    
    
         NF   V.44.  Look.  Vol. V no.7 (April 8, 1941): pages 18, 20-21.  3 pp.  (S-H30)
    
    
         NF   V.45.  Mainliner.  Vol. X no.5 (May 1966): pages 9-ll.  3 pp.  (S-H224)
    
    
         NF   V.46.  Miami Pictorial. (April 1972): pages 22-29 and cover.  9 pp.
    
    
         F65  V.47.  The Nation.  v. CXXXVI no.3524(January 18, 1933): pages 63-64.  2 pp. 
              (H204)
    
    
         F66  V.48.  La Nef.  Vol. III no.15 (February 1946): pages 133-134.  2 pp.  
    
    
              V.49.  The New Republic. 1926-1927, 1930, 1933, and 1961.   6 issues.  16 pp.
    
         F67  Vol. XLIX no.629 (December 22, 1926): pages 142-143.  (H61)
    
         F68  Vol. LI no.662 (August 10, 1927): pages 303-306.  (H75)
    
         F69  Vol. LIII no.680 (December 14, 1927): pages 102-103.  Two parts.  (H86)
    
         F70  Vol. LXIV no.827 (October 8, 1930): pages 208-209.  (H157)
    
         F71  Vol. LXXV no.966 (June 7, 1933): pages 94-97.  (H212)
    
         F72  Vol. CXLV no.4-5 (July 24, 1961): pages 19-20.  (H1293)
    
    
         F73  V.50.  The New York Herald Tribune Book Review.  September 7, 1952.   Pages
              1 and 17.  2 pp.  (H736)
    
    
         F74  V.51.  The New York Herald Tribune Book Week. [Sunday] May 3, 1964.  Pages
              1 and 12-13.  3 pp.  (H1511)
    
         NF   V.52.  The New York Review of Books.  Vol. II no.9 (June 11, 1964): pages 1 and
              4-6.   4 pp.  (H1535)
    
    19        Series V.  Periodicals containing articles about Hemingway or references to
              him. (cont'd)
    
         NF   V.53.  New York State Education.  Vol. XLIX no.6 (March 1962): pages 16-17
              and 37.  3 pp.  (H1380)
    
    
         F75- V.54.  The New York Times Book Review.  1931, 1935, 1940, 1949, 1952, 1954,
         80   and 1968.  8 issues.  16 pp.
               
              December 6, 1931.  Two copies.
    
              December 1, 1935.  Pages 15 and 43.  Two copies.
    
              October 20, 1940  Pages 1-2.  (H430)
    
              July 31, 1949.  Pages 1 and 21.  (H607)
    
              September 7, 1952.  Pages 1 and 20. Two copies.  (H737)
    
              November 7, 1954.  Pages 1 and 44.  (H905)
    
              September 29, 1968.  Pages 2 and 28.  (S-H470)
    
    
         NF   V.55.  The New Yorker.  1929, 1931, 1946, and 1950.  6 issues.  88 pp.
    
              Vol. V no.41 (November 30, 1929): pages 28-31. (H140)
    
              Vol. VII no.30 (September 12, 1931): pages 47-48. 
    
              Vol. XXII no.33 (September 28, 1946): page 44.
    
              Vol. XXVI no.12 (May 13, 1950): pages 36-62.  Three copies.  (H627)
    
    
         NF   V.56.  Newsweek 1937 and 1939.  2 issues.  2 pp.
    
              Vol. X no.16 (October 18, 1937): page 34.  (H335)
    
              Vol. XIV no.16 (October 16, 1939): page 36.
    
    
    20        Series V.  Periodicals containing articles about Hemingway or references to
              him. (cont'd)
    
         F81  V.57.  La Nouvelle Revue Francaise.  Vol. XXXII no.184 (January 1, 1929):
              pages 123-124.  2 pp.  (H105)
    
    
         F82  V.58.  Now and Then.  1929, 1934, and 1937.  3 issues.  7 pp.
    
              No. 34 (Winter 1929): pages 11-12.  (H147)
    
              No. 47 (Spring 1934): pages 17 and 22-23. (H235)
    
              No. 58 (Winter 1937): pages 29-30.  (H350)
    
    
         NF   V.59.  The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America.  Vol. 73 no.4
              (1979): pages 443-458 and 477-478.  18 pp.
    
    
         F83  V.60.  Partisan Review. 1939 and 1941.   3 issues.  28 pp.
    
              Vol. VI no.2 (Winter 1939): pages 52-60.  Two copies.  (H385)
    
              Vol. VIII no.1 (January-February 1941): pages 24-28 and 63-67.  (H453, H454)
    
    
         NF   V.61.  Penguin Book News.  June 1966.  Cover and pages 1-2.  3 pp.
    
    
         NF   V.62.  Playboy. 1957 and 1961.   2 issues.  36 pp.
    
              Vol. IV no.3 (March 1957): pages 5, 51-52, 60 and 66.      
         
              Vol. VIII no.12 (December 1961): pages 48-78.  (H1357)
    
    
         F84  V.63.  Politiken.  April 12, 1958.  Page 19.
    
    
         NF   V.64.  Prairie Schooner  Vol. XL no.3  (Fall 1966): pages 232-246.  15 pp.  (S-H262)
    
    
         NF   V.65.  Princeton Alumni Weekly.  Vol. LXIII no.9 (November 16, 1962): pages
              6-9 and 15.  Inscribed by Carlos Baker.  5 pp.  (H1429)
      
    
    20        Series V.  Periodicals containing articles about Hemingway or references to
              him. (cont'd)
    
         NF   V.66.  The Publisher's Weekly. 1930, 1964, and 1985.   3 issues.  11 pp.
    
              Vol. CXVII no.7 (February 15, 1930): pages 884-886.  Published version and tear
              sheet.  (H150)
    
              Vol. 185 no.12 (March 23, 1964): pages 1-3.
    
              Vol. 227 no.2 (January 11, 1985): pages 40-41.
    
    
         NF   V.67.  The Quill.  Vol. XLIX no.9 (September 1961): page 15.
    
    
         NF   V.68.  The Reporter.  Vol. X no.9 (April 27, 1954).  1 p.
    
    
         F85  V.69.  Rezets. 1938-1939.   2 issues.  5 pp.
    
              Vol. 18 (1938): pages 22-23.  Bound together with Vol. 17-20.  (H351)
    
              Vol. 9-10 (1939): pages 28-30.  (H391)
    
    
         NF   V.70.  The Saturday Evening Post.  v. CCXXXIX no.6  (March 12, 1966): pages
              32-41 and 45-48.  14 pp.  (S-H195)
    
    
    21        Series V.  Periodicals containing articles about Hemingway or references to
              him. (cont'd)
    
         F86- V.71.  The Saturday Review of Literature and The Saturday Review. 
         88   19261927, 1932, 1937, 1944, 1950, 1952, 1954, 1958-1959, 1961, 1970, 1976. 
              18 issues.  ca. 110 pp.
              
              Vol. II no.29 (February 13, 1926): page 555. (H36)
    
              Vol. III no.20 (December 11, 1926): pages 420-421.  (H59)
    
              Vol. III no.21 (December 18, 1926): page 445. 
         
              Vol. IV no.17 (November 19, 1927): pages 322-323. (H84)
    
              Vol. IX no.10 (September 24, 1932): page 121.  (H184)
    
              Vol. XVII no.2 (November 6, 1937): pages 3-4.  (H342)
    
              Vol. XXVII no.39 (September 23, 1944): pages 7-8 and 23-25.  Two copies. 
              (H522)
    
              Vol. XXXIII no.14 (April 8, 1950): page 7.  
    
              Vol. XXXIII (October 28, 1950): pages 15-16 and 38, as well as 17 and 39.  Tear
              sheets. Two articles.  (H666)
    
              Vol. XXXV no.35 (August 30, 1952): pages 2 and 22.
    
              Vol. XXXV no.36 (September 6, 1952): pages 10-11 and cover.  Includes letter
              from Hemingway.  (H734) and (C371)
    
              Vol. XXXVII no.49 (December 4, 1954): pages 60-61.  (H925)
    
              Vol. XLI no.34 (August 23, 1958): pages 9-ll, 36 and cover.  
    
              Vol. XLII no.14 (April 4, 1959): pages 13-15, 31, 50-51 and cover.  Two copies. 
              (H1118)
    
              Vol. XLIV no.30 (July 29, 1961): entire issue and cover.  [Hemingway issue]. 
              Twelve articles.  (H1295)
    
              Vol. LIII no.41 (October 10, 1970): pages 23-26 and 39.  (S-H750)
    
              Vol. IV no.1 (October 2, 1976): pages 4-6, 24-28.
    
              [No date].  Tear sheet.  Pages 24 and 34.
    
    
         F89  V.72.  Scribner's Magazine 1930 and 1938. .  2 issues. 12 pp.  
    
              Vol. LXXXVII no.5 (May 1930): pages 545-553. 9 pp.  Inscribed by Cohn.
    
              Vol. CIII no.1 (January 1938): pages 76, 78 and 85.
    
    
         NF   V.73.  The Scriptorium.  No. 2 (no date): unpaged.  2 pp.
    
       
    21        Series V.  Periodicals containing articles about Hemingway or references to
              him. (cont'd)
    
         NF   V.74.  The Serif. 1967-1968.   2 issues.  12 pp.
    
              Vol. IV no.1 (March 1967): pages 30-32.  (S-H306)
    
              Vol. V no.2 (June 1968): pages 21-29.  (S-H448)
    
    
         F90  V.75.  Time.  1937 and 1954.   2 issues.  17 pp.
    
              Vol. XXX no.16 (October 18, 1937): pages 79-85 and cover.  (H336)
    
              Vol. LXIV no.24 (December 13, 1954): pages 70-77 and cover.  (H928)
    
    
         F91  V.76.  The Times Literary Supplement.  No. 3247 (May 21, 1964): pages 425-426.  2 pp.  (H1521)
    
    
         NF   V.77.  Toronto Star Weekly [Magazine].  October 7, 1961 Pages 2-5.  4 pp. 
              (H1346)
    
    
         F92  V.78.   Trapeze.  Vol. LVI no.30 (June 9, 1967): pages 1ff.  Nine articles.  (S-H340).
    
    
    22        Series V.  Periodicals containing articles about Hemingway or references to
              him. (cont'd)
    
         F93  V.79.  Transition.  No. 14 (Fall 1928): opposite page 96.  1 p.  (H102)
    
    
         NF   V.80.  T.V. Guide.  Vol. XXXII no.49 (December 8, 1984): pages 4-8 and 10-12. 
              Two articles.  8 pp.
    
    
         NF   V.81.  Ukraine & the World.  1962.  Pages 64-65 and 65-66.  Two articles.  4 pp. 
              (H1370)
    
    
         NF   V.82.  University of Virginia Alumni News.  Vol. LXV no.6  (July-August 1977):
              pages 6-7. 
    
    
         NF   V.83.  Washington Post Book World.  October 11, 1970.  Pages 1 and 3.          
              (S-H754)
    
         
         NF   V.84.  WFMT Perspective.  Vol. X no.11 (November 1961): page 21. 
    
    
              Series VI.  Periodicals containing articles concerning bibliographies of
              Hemingway's work. 
              Includes various journals, magazines and newspapers containing articles about
              Cohn and his bibliography as well as Hemingway bibliographies by other authors.
    
         NF   VI.1.  A B Bookman's Weekly  1978. 2 issues.  2 pp.
    
              Vol. 61 no.8 (February 20, 1978): page 1235.
    
              Vol. 61 no.12 (March 20, 1978): cover.
    
    
         NF   VI.2.  American Book Collector.   Vol. XVIII no.9 (May 1968): pages 5-6.      
              (S-H441)
    
    
         NF   VI.3.  Anitquarian Bookman.   Vol. XXXVIII no.17 (October 24, 1966): page
              1603. (S-H267).
    
    
         NF   VI.4.  Bibliognost.  Vol. I no.4  (November 1975): pages 3-9.  7 pp.  
    
    
         NF   VI.5.  The Book-Collector's Quarterly.  Vol. VI (April-June 1932): pages 83-84.  
    
    
    23        Series VII.  Clippings and tear sheets relating to Hemingway.
                   Consists of a scrapbook and two folders of various clippings and tear
                   sheets concerning Hemingway, his work, and Louis Cohn.
    
    
         NF   VII.1.   Scrapbook, 1925-1955
                   ca. 133 pp.   Consists of clippings and tear sheets, tipped in and loose,
                   which concern Ernest Hemingway.  The majority of the material is dated
                   from 1920 to 1930.
    
    
         F94  VII.2.   Clippings and Tear Sheets, 1930s-1950s.
                   ca. 130 pp.   Consists of various material about Hemingway.
    
    
         F95  VII.3.   Clippings and Tear Sheets pertaining to bibliographies
              ca. 20 pp.   Consists of material pertaining to Louis Cohn and reviews of the
              bibliographies of Hemingway's work.
    

    Contents List

    + Series I.-III.: Correspondence, Photographs and Art Work; Material relating to Cohn's A Bibliography of the Work of Ernest Hemingway (New York: Random House, 1931); Manuscripts and galleys of worky by and about Ernest Hemingway

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

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