ROSE WILDER LANE PAPERS
 
 
 
 
                                Scope and Content Note
 
                The papers of Rose Wilder Lane, author, journalist, world traveler, and
        Libertarian spokeswoman, reflect the events and activities in her full and varied
        life. They were donated, in 1980, to the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library by
        Roger Lea Macbride.
 
                Rose was born, on December 5, 1886, in a homesteader's cabin near DeSmet,
        Dakota Territory (later South Dakota) where her parents, Almanzo and Laura Wilder,
        were engaged in the difficult task of wresting a living from the harsh Dakota land.
        After this effort failed, in the summer of 1894 the family packed their belongings
        into a covered wagon and drove to Mansfield, Missouri where they settled on Rocky
        Ridge Farm. Laura kept a diary of the trip from DeSmet to Mansfield, and in 1962
        Rose published it under the title, On the Way Home. Rose wrote the foreword and
        afterword, contributing her memories of the events preceding and following the trip.
        Laura's original diary is at the Laura Ingalls Wilder Home and Museum in Mansfield,
        Missouri, but the manuscript of Rose's foreword and afterword are in her papers.
 
                Rose began school in DeSmet and continued her education in Mansfield, more or..
        less completing eighth grade. More or less, because she was often mad at the teacher
        and refused to go to school. In Item #4 of the Diary and Notes Series of her papers,
        written in 1920, Rose gives an interesting account of her Mansfield school days.
        Rose then lived with an aunt in Crowley, Louisiana where she attended one year of
        high school. Her formal education ended when she completed the ninth grade in 1904.
 
                After high school, Rose joined the growing ranks of "bachelor" working girls.
        Having learned how to operate a telegraph, she went to Kansas City and worked one
        shift a day in the Western Union office and one shift in the telegraph office of
        one of the city's hotels. She eventually worked in several midwestern communities
        and by 1907 was manager of the Western Union office in Mount Vernon, Indiana. In
        1908 she went to California and a year later married Gillette Lane. From the
        indications in her letters home, it is evident that she and Gillette traveled
        extensively around the country. They eventually returned to California and became
        involved in selling California farm land, a venture that ended with the outbreak
        of World War I.
 
                When Laura visited Rose and Gillette in 1915 in San Francisco, Rose was
        writing for the San Francisco Bulletin. Laura's letters to Almanzo during her
        San Francisco visit are preserved in the Laura Ingalls Wilder series of Rose's
        papers. These documents provide a glimpse of Rose's life and activities during
        that time in addition to Laura's impressions of San Francisco. These letters were
        published in 1974 under the title West From Home.
 
                In 1918, at the age of thirty-two, Rose divorced Gillette Lane, moved from
        San Francisco to Sausilito and quit her job on the Bulletin to become a full time
        free lance writer. In 1917 her book, Henry Ford's Own Story, was published as
        well as a Sunset serial, Life and Jack London. In 1918 she wrote an autobio-
        graphical, novel, Diverging Roads, which was published as a serial in Sunset and
        also in book form. Of all these works, her papers contain manuscript materials of
        only the second part of the Jack London serial.
 
                Rose's diary for 1918 ends in September when she was offered a publicity job
        with the American Red Cross and was asked to come to Washington, D.C. This diary
        is the earliest extant example of a series of 84 notebooks in which Rose recorded
        her activities, thoughts, budgets, and story ideas. The last diary entry was
        recorded in 1967, although the entries from 1936 to 1967 become increasingly sparse.
        For the years 1918-1935 the diaries and notebooks are a rich source of documentation
        of Rose's life and thoughts.
 
                Rose went to Washington, D.C. and worked for the Red Cross for a month,
        and then resigned when the Armistice was signed. She then went to New York City
        with a friend from San Francisco, Berta Hoerner (later Hader). The two writers
        took up residence at 31 Jones St. in December of 1918. During her stay in New York,
        Rose became involved in radical politics, meeting John Reed, Max Eastman, and
        Floyd Dell, editor of The Masses. Her involvement with radicals is only sparsely
        documented in her papers as there is no diary for any of 1919. Her 1919-1920
        correspondence with the Haders, after leaving New York City, provides the clearest
        description of her thinking at that time. She wrote retrospectively of that
        period in her life in a 1955 letter to Jasper Crane.
 
                In the spring of 1919 Rose wrote White Shadows in the South Sea in colla-
        boration with Frederick O'Brien who she later sued over the royalties of this
        successful book. Although her papers do not contain the manuscript of this book,
        fragments of it are found in the Berta Hader papers in the University of Oregon
        Library. Electrostatic copies of that manuscript and correspondence from Rose to
        the Haders have been obtained from the University of Oregon and placed with Rose's
        papers.
 
                Rose left New York in June of 1919 and by early 1920 was back in California
        researching and writing The Making of Herbert Hoover. This biography, written in
        collaboration with Charles K. Field, editor of Sunset magazine was serialized in
        Sunset and published in book form in 1920. Except for brief notes in her 1920
        diary, there are no materials in the Lane papers concerning the writing of the
        Hoover biography. The Genealogy File of the Hoover Papers, however, contains a
        Lane file which includes correspondence to Rose from Hoover relatives. Rose
        apparently left this material with Charles K. Field who sent it to Herbert Hoover
        in 1947. Rose defended Hoover in letters to friends during the 1928 campaign,
        even though she had heard rumors that Hoover had attempted to suppress her 1920
        biography because he objected to the dialogue that she had interspersed in the
        story.
 
                During the Hoover Presidency Rose was living on her parents farm in Missouri.
        While there she lost the money she had invested in the stock market and experienced
        the effects of the Depression and drought. Her diaries and letters of this time
        provide interesting and readable accounts of rural life in the midwest during the
        Depression. In the late 1930's Rose and Hoover renewed their acquaintance and a
        friendship developed between them. By this time they shared a similar political
        philosophy. Rose's papers contain little Hoover correspondence, but the Hoover
        Post-Presidential Individual series contains a file of Lane correspondence from
        1936-1963.
 
                In May of 1920, while still writing the Hoover biography, Rose sailed for
        Paris where she worked as a publicist for the American Red Cross. In this
        capacity she travelled to Geneva, Vienna, Prague, and Warsaw observing Red Cross
        post-war activities and writing about them. Her papers contain little of her
        writing from this year, although her diaries yield detailed accounts of her travels
        and life in Paris. She continued travelling and writing in 1921, visiting Albania,
        Yugoslavia, and Italy, and wrote many articles that year which were published in
        the Red Cross Bulletin.
 
                By 1922 Rose had severed her connections with the Red Cross and spent much
        of the year travelling in Eastern Europe. She visited Albania for the second
        time, witnessing a revolution in March and taking a trip to the high mountains in
        June and July. Her book, The Peaks of Shala, describes her first mountain trip
        in 1921, and the 1922 revolution. She also wrote of the revolution and a concurrent
        marriage proposal by King Zog in a letter to her parents in March of 1922. Rose
        continued her travels in 1923, visiting the Middle East before returning to Paris
        and then to the United States. She wrote several articles for travel magazines;
        --the manuscripts for many of which are in her papers.
 
                Rose spent most of 1924 and 1925 on her parents farm in Missouri. There
        she wrote Hill Billy (published in 1926) and several "Green Valley" Ozark
        stories, most of which were published in Country Gentleman. Manuscripts for two
        "Hill Billy" stories and several "Green Valley" stories are found in her papers.
 
                In 1926 Rose left the United States with a friend, Helen Boylston (usually
        referred to as Troub), for Paris and then Albania. Rose had dreamed of living in
        Albania since her first visit there in 1921. In Paris she and Troub studied
        languages until August, when they set off for Albania in a Model T Ford they had
        christened, "Zenobia." They kept a joint diary of their trip which is in the
        collection in its handwritten form and in two slightly differing typed versions.
        While in Albania, Rose kept a typewritten journal and also kept carbons of her
        letters to friends which described her life there. These were filed together and
        titled, "Albanian Garden". Apparently assembled for a second book that was not
        written, this material provides substantive information on the political situation
        in Albania, it's customs and the social mores of the country.
 
                The Albanian file in Rose's papers, which runs from 1929-1967, reflects her
        continued interest in the country after she left it in 1928. She used an Albanian
        setting for several of her stories written during the 1930's, and had a personal
        interest in the country because of her relationship with Rexh Meta, a young Albanian
        boy she met in 1921. Rose helped him obtain schooling in Albania and in 1927 he
        entered Cambridge University with the support of the Albanian government and Rose.
        After his graduation he returned to Albania, married, and had a daughter named
        Bora Rose. Rose's direct contact with the family was cut off when World War II
        began, and in 1945 she appealed to Herbert Hoover for help in getting Rexh's
        family out of Albania. Although unsuccessful in this attempt, she eventually
        received news of the family's welfare.
 
                When Rose left Albania in 1928,she went back to Rocky Ridge farm and stayed
        until 1935. She had a modern stone cottage built for her parents, and then
        remodeled and electrified the old farm house for herself. Troub lived on the
        farm with her until late 1931. Rose maintained contact through letters with
        literary friends such as Clarence Day, Floyd Dell, Fremont Older, Berta and
        Elmer Hader, and Dorothy Thompson. She corresponded regularly with her agents,
        Carl Brandt (until 1930) and George T. Bye. Several of her author-friends,
        including Catherine Brody, Genevive Parkhurst, and Mary Margaret MacBride, visited
        her for varying lengths of time.
 
                Although her diaries show Rose to be troubled and depressed in the early
        1930's, she did some of her most successful writing during this period. Her
        stories appeared regularly in Harper'sThe Ladies Home JournalCountry Gentleman,
        Good Housekeeping, and beginning in 1932, the Saturday Evening Post. She continued
        to write stories set in the Ozarks, used pioneer settings for many, and wrote a
        series of stories featuring a young girl named Ernestine. These described the
        activities of assorted characters in a small American town and were gathered into
        a book, Old Home Town, and published in 1935. The manuscripts for most of the
        stories Rose wrote during the early 1930's are in her papers.
 
                In addition to her own writing, Rose and her mother, Laura Ingalls Wilder,
        began a tense but fruitful collaboration in 1930. Evidence of Rose's urging her
        mother to write can be seen in the letters from Rose that are now in the Laura
        Ingalls Wilder Series of Rose's papers. Rose sat down with her mother's manuscript
        in the summer of 1930, typed it and sent it to her agent, Carl Brandt. This
        manuscript, titled Pioneer Girl, is in the papers. Rose later aided in rewriting
        the story and her drafts of the revision, and a final copy of the rewritten
        manuscript sent to George T. Bye, Rose's new agent, are also in the papers along
        with several pages of additions and inserts in Laura Ingalls Wilder's handwriting.
 
                Pioneer Girl was originally written as a factual, straightforward auto-
        biography for adult readers. When the manuscript languished in the hands of
        agents and publishers, Laura and Rose took a different approach and a shorter
        manuscript, When Grandma Was a Little Girl, was submitted to publishers. Knopf
        showed interest but asked that the story be expanded. The papers contain only
        the first short manuscript, thus it is not evident how the revision was done.
        There is, however, correspondence about the book's publication including the
        change of publishers from Knopf to Harpers. In its final form, the book was
        published in 1932 as The Little House in the Big Woods.
 
                Rose's diaries indicate that she worked on Farmer Boy in 1932 and 1933,
        Little House on the Prairie in 1934, and On the Banks of Plum Creek in 1936.
        Her papers contain a 226 page typed manuscript for Farmer Boy and correspondence
        relating to its publication. The Lane papers provide the most insight into the
        mother-daughter collaboration in writing By the Shores of Silver Lake. By this
        time, 1938 and 1939, Rose was living in New York and consultations had to be done
        by letter. Disagreements over the lead to the story, plot structure, and tone
        of Silver Lake had to be resolved by correspondence. Laura acquiesed to Rose's
        suggestion for the lead, but other points she felt were vital remained as she
        had written. The papers contain none of the original manuscript for Silver Lake
        or for any of the subsequent Little House books published during Laura's lifetime.
        The papers do contain Laura's outline for Prairie Girl which essentially outlines
        Little Town on the Prairie and These Happy Golden Years. The papers also contain
        the manuscript for a children's bookweek speech that Laura gave in 1937 in which
        she describes her conception of "a seven volume historical novel for children
        covering every aspect of the American frontier."
 
                Most of the Laura Ingalls Wilder correspondence and manuscripts in the papers
        were in Rose's possession at the time of her death. After inheriting Rose's
        papers, Roger Lea MacBride, gathered additional materials pertinent to the
        "Little House Books" and added them to the Wilder Series of the Lane papers.
        Mr. MacBride was responsible for the publication in 1973 of The First Four Years,
        the story of Almanzo and Laura's attempt to homestead and Rose's birth and early
        childhood. The manuscript for this book was in Rose's possession and had evidently
        been written by her mother in the 1930's and then set aside. Both the original
        manuscript and the typewritten printer's manuscript are in the papers.
 
                During her lifetime, Laura Ingalls Wilder sent the handwritten manuscripts of
        The Long Winter and These Happy Golden Years to the Detroit Public Library, and
        the Little Town on the Prairie to the Pomona, California public library. Laura's
        pencilled manuscripts of Pioneer Girl and the remaining "Little House" books are
        at the Laura Ingalls Wilder Home and Museum in Mansfield, Missouri. A microfilm
        edition of the Mansfield collection has been published by the University of Missouri
        at Columbia, and a copy is available for study at the Hoover Presidential Library.
 
                Rose left Mansfield in 1935 and moved to Columbia, Missouri where she researched
        and wrote a book about Missouri history. Her papers include notes, outlines, drafts,
        and two different manuscripts. The correspondence concerning the book indicates
        that two publishers expressed an interest, but the work was never published.
 
                While in Mansfield in 1933, Rose had taken in a young man, John Turner, who
        knocked at her door one evening asking for food. She provided him with a home,
        and he attended high school in Mansfield. In 1936 she sent him to the New Mexico
        Military Institute and in the summer of 1937 to Europe. John remained in Europe
        for a year with Charles Clark, a college student Rose engaged to serve as his
        mentor and tutor. John entered Lehigh University when he returned from Europe,
        but stayed only one semester. In 1939 he and Rose had a final falling out,
        he left, and she did not hear from him again. His correspondence file provides
        some insight into their relationship as do Rose's diaries. Rose maintained a
        friendship with Charles Clark and his wife, Joan, for the rest of her life.
 
                After seeing John off for Europe in 1937, Rose stayed in New York and finished
        writing Free Land. This book about homesteading in South Dakota was serialized in
        the Saturday Evening Post in March and April of 1938, and became a best-seller in
        book form. Her papers do not contain the manuscript for Free Land, other than a
        few fragments and an outline. Rose researched the book by making a questionnaire
        on the early days in South Dakota which her father completed. His answers give
        many insights into his experiences in South Dakota and his feelings about his life.
        Rose also discussed various aspects of the book in letters to her parents in 1937-1938.
        Assistance in responding to reader criticism of her dates and chronologies of events
        was also provided by her parents. Some of the letters she received in response to
        Free Land are filed in the Correspondence and Subject Series: "Saturday Evening Post--
        Pioneer Stories Response Mail." Additional insights into Almanzo Wilder can be
        found in the Manuscript Series: "Son of the Soil" file. Rose evidently considered
        writing a book about her father and collected some of his anecdotes and made an
        outline for the book.
 
                With the money earned from Free Land, Rose set about looking for a permanent
        home. She was a compulsive nest builder, always remodelling and rearranging her
        living quarters. In March of 1938 she bought a modest older house on King Street
        in Danbury, Connecticut which provided her ample opportunities for remodelling. She
        shared these experiences in articles for Woman's Day in 1939, 1942, and 1960.
 
                As the 1930's ended, Rose's life and writings took a new turn. She did not
        write any published fiction after Free Land, and her energies and ideas were being
        increasingly drawn into the areas of politics and history. The one serial she began
        in 1939, "Forgotten Man," had a decided anti-New Deal theme and was rejected by
        the Saturday Evening Post as being too political. Her article, "Credo," published
        by the Saturday Evening Post in 1936 had an overwhelming response, and was reprinted
        in booklet form as Give Me Liberty.
 
                By decade's end Rose was writing only nonfiction pieces for Woman's Day and
        occasional articles for other magazines. Her primary themes were individual liberty,
        and needlework. Even some of her needlework articles had political content in that
        she emphasized the freedom found in the United States as an important factor in
        the wide variety of types and originality of American needlework. After writing
        an article in 1945 against peacetime conscription, Rose did no more writing for
        Woman's Day until 1961 when the magazine asked her to do another series on American
        needlework. This series with its patriotic theme was published as a book in 1964.
        Many of the manuscripts for her late 1930's and early 1940's articles are in her
        papers, as are portions of the manuscript for the needlework series. Rose's papers
        also contain numerous needlework patterns that she collected over the years.
 
                By the early 1940's,Rose's primary concern was the infringement of individual
        rights by governments. In her book, The Discovery of Freedom, published in 1943,
        she traces the history of freedom, and points to the United States as the leader
        of the revolution of freedom. She not only wrote about freedom, but acted when
        she felt the government was infringing on her rights. She resisted World War II
        rationing by growing and canning her own fruits and vegetables. In 1945-46, she
        led an effort to prevent the zoning of Danbury which she viewed as an inexcusable
        infringement by government on the rights of property owners. Her efforts in this
        fight are documented by a series of newspaper clippings in the Danbury file of her
        papers. She also described one of her public speeches during this controversy in
        a letter to Herbert Hoover.
 
                In 1945 Rose began editing the monthly Review of Books for the National
        Economic Council, and wrote two or three lengthy reviews for each issue. Her papers
        contain a complete set of the Review while it was under her editorship, and these
        writings provide many insights into her attitudes and thinking. She quit editing
        the Review in 1950 when confronted with the prospect of having to pay Social
        Security tax. She was violentl opposed to the concept of Social Security and
        vowed to have no income that required her to pay that deduction.
 
                During the 1940's and 1950's, Rose's correspondents changed from literary
        figures, agents, and editors, to professors and writers who were championing
        political and economic freedom. Unfortunately, Rose did not save much of her
        -correspondence from this period. After her death, Roger Lea MacBride realized that
        her papers contained significant omissions and attempted to rectify the situation
        by contacting persons Rose had corresponded with requesting copies of the originals
        of their exchanges. Her correspondence with Frank S. Meyer, Merwin Hart,
        Leonard Read, and Jasper Crane were all obtained in this way. The exchange with
        Crane is particularly noteworthy in that it runs from 1945-1968 and both Rose and
        Crane express their thoughts and opinions on many issues. Much of this corres-
        pondence was published in 1973 by Roger Lea MacBride in The Lady and the Tycoon.
        Rose's correspondence with Herbert Hoover and Felix Morley is available in the
        Hoover and Morley papers at the Hoover Presidential Library.
 
                During the 1950's Rose continued to support conservative causes while she
        worked on a revision of The Discovery of Freedom, the notes for which are in her
        papers. She attended a two week summer session at Freedom School (later Ramparts
        College) in 1958 and from that point was one of its enthusiastic supporters. In
        addition to her correspondence with Robert LeFevre, the school's founder, the papers
        contain a talk Rose gave to a Freedom School group in which she uses her experiences in
        Baku in 1922 to illustrate the dangers of rampant inflation.
 
                Rose also supported and encouraged Dr. Orval Watts, a conservative college
        economics professor. He and Rose corresponded regularly and exchanged ideas and
        manuscripts. It is evident from the Jasper Crane correspondence that Rose was
        instrumental in raising some financial support for Dr. Watts' work. Another cause
        Rose supported was the move to start a libertarian graduate school proposed by
        Hans Sennholz. She wrote to both Jasper Crane and Herbert Hoover regarding this
        project.
 
                The best record of Rose's activities in the 1950's and 1960's is found in
        the Roger Lea MacBride file. Rose met Roger when he was an undergraduate, and
        after his graduation from Harvard Law School he became her agent. They also had a
        warm personal relationship, with Rose designating Roger as her adopted grandson.
        Roger and his wife, Susan, kept in close contact with Rose and they corresponded
        about a wide variety of topics including recipes, Roger's political career,
        Harper's handling of "The Little House" books, Rose's library which Roger was
        cataloguing, and many other matters.
 
                In 1965 Rose bought a winter home in Harlingen, Texas. That same year,
        Woman's Day asked her to go to Viet Nam to report on the war. The fact that she was
        78 years old did not intimidate or hinder her, and her article, "August in Vietnam"
        was published in December of 1965. That and another unpublished article, "The
        Background of Vietnam" are in Rose's papers.
 
                Rose Wilder Lane died in 1968 just before her scheduled departure on a three
        year round-the-world trip. Her papers document her full and interesting life and
        provide insights into other areas for potential research. These include American
        writers of the 1920's and 1930's; social and political conditions in Europe; the
        writing of the "Little House" books; and especially Albania, during the 1920's;
        and conservative and libertarian thought in the United States in the 1940's-1960's.
 
 
 
 
                        Correspondence and Subject Series
 
Box                     Contents
        1
                        Albania
 
                                Correspondence, 1922-68
 
                                Map, 1915
 
                        Albanian Garden
 
                                Correspondence, 1926-27
 
                                Journal, 1926-27
 
                        Alexander, Charles, 1923
 
                        America, Frank, 1923
 
                        Anderson, Blanche, 1965, 1968
 
                        Anderson, Sherwood, 1928
 
                        Beatty, Bessie, 1920
 
                        Brandt, Carl, 1928-37 and undated
 
                        Brody, Catherine, 1933
 
                        Browning, Norma Lee
                                See: Ogg, Norma Lee Browning
 
                        Bye, George T.
 
                                1931
 
                                1932
 
                                1933
 
                                1934
 
                                1935
 
                                1936
 
                                1937
 
                                1939-40
        2
                        Clark, Charles and Joan, 1943-68
 
                        Clark, Fred G.
                                See: Manuscript Series, Discovery of Freedom
 
                        Clippings
 
                                Miscellaneous
 
                                        1922
 
                                        1923
 
                                        1924
 
                                        1925-28
 
                                        1938-39 and undated
 
                                Literary, 1933
 
                                Politics and Economics, 1933
 
                        Cooking
 
                                Better Homes & Gardens Cook Book, 1934-46
 
                                Recipes, undated
 
                                        (1)
 
                                        (2)
 
                        Cornuelle, Richard C.
                                See: Manuscript Series, Discovery of Freedom
        3
                        Correspondence
 
                                General, 1907-68
 
                        Crane, Jasper
 
                                1945-46
 
                                1947
 
                                1948
 
                                1949-51
 
                                1952
 
                                1953
 
                                1954
 
                                1955
 
                                1956
 
                                1957
        4
                                1958
 
                                1959
 
                                1960
 
                                1961
 
                                1962
 
                                1963
 
                                        March--July
 
                                        August--December
 
                                1964
 
                                1965
 
                                1966
 
                                1967-68
        5
                        Danbury, Connecticut
 
                                Undated, House Plan
 
                                1945-46, Zoning Controversy
 
                                1955, Flood
 
                                1966-67, Christmas Card
 
                        Day, Clarence, 1927-28
 
                        Dell, Floyd, 1926-34
 
                        DeVoto, Bernard, 1939
 
                        Dobie, Charles C., 1917-18
 
                        Economic Council Review of Books, 1943-45
                                See Also: Manuscript Series
 
                        Edmonds, Walter
                                See: Manuscript Series, Discovery of Freedom
 
                        Evans, Ernestine, 1953
 
                        Federal Bureau of Investigation, Rose Wilder Lane Investigation, 1943
 
                        Freedom Newspapers
                                See: Manuscript Series, Discovery of Freedom
 
                        Freedom School
 
                                1958--May, 1963
 
                                1963, June--1964
 
                        Garrod, R.V., 1962
 
                        Garrett, Garet
 
                                1936-37 and undated
 
                                1953
 
                        Hader, Berta and Elmer, 1919-1930 and undated
 
                        Hamilius, Jean-Pierre, 1959-68
 
                        Hart, Merwin, 1956-62
 
                        Hervier, Paul Lewis, 1926-34
 
                        Hoover, Herbert, 1920-60
 
                        Jackson, Major D.R.H., 1930 and undated
        6
                        Jackson, Elsie
 
                                1930-31 and undated
 
                                1965-68
 
                        Keeley, Mrs. James H., 1926
 
                        Kessler, Howard E.
                                See: Manuscript Series, Discovery of Freedom
 
                        Lane, Rose Wilder
 
                                Articles About, 1925-82
 
                                Autobiographical Sketch, 1935
 
                                Bequests, 1968-69
 
                                Birth Affidavit, 1968
 
                                Calling Cards and Bookplate
 
                                Death, 1968
 
                                Estate--Property and Stock
 
                                Financial and Legal Documents
 
                                Passport, 1923
 
                                Tax Returns 1932, 1934-37, 1940, 1967
 
                        Laura Ingalls Wilder Home Association, 1964-67
 
                        LeFevre, Robert
 
                                See: Manuscript Series, Discovery of Freedom
 
                        Little House Songbook, 1967-68
 
                        McBride, Mary Margaret, 1929-30 and undated
 
                        MacBride, Roger, 1953-60
 
                        MacBride, Roger and Susan
 
                                1961
 
                                1962
 
                                1963
 
                                        January--June
 
                                        September--December
 
                                1964
 
                                        January--February
        7
                                        March
 
                                        April--December
 
                                1965
 
                                        January--April
 
                                        May--July
 
                                        August--December
 
                                1966
 
                                        January--June
 
                                        July--December
 
                                1967
 
                                        January—March
 
                                        April--June
        8
                                        July--December
 
                                1968
 
                                        January--July
 
                                        August--October
 
                                Undated
 
                        Mack, Captain O. Fred, 1940
 
                        Malcolmson, David, undated
 
                        Manuscript Material, General
 
                        Maps ca. 1920-39
 
                        Meta, Rexh
 
                                1927-28
 
                                1929
 
                                        January--March
 
                                        May--December
 
                                1930
 
                                1931
 
                                1932-35
        9
                                1936-37
 
                                1938-40
 
                                1945
 
                        Meta, Rexh and Pertef, 1965-66
 
                        Meyer, Frank
 
                                1953-55
 
                                1956-63
 
                        Monarchi, Francesco, 1926-27
 
                        Moyston, Guy
 
                                1919-23
 
                                1924
 
                                        January--July
 
                                        August--December
 
                                1925
 
                                        March--April
 
                                        May--July
 
                                        August--December
 
                                1926
 
                                        January--June
 
                                        July--December
 
                                1927
 
                                        January--June
        10
                                        July--1928
 
                        Mundy, Talbot and Dawn, 1934-35
 
                        Munson, Lyle, 1967
 
                        Ogg, Norma Lee Browning, 1946-86 (includes partial manuscript)
 
                        Ohanian, Armen, 1940
 
                        Older, Fremont
 
                                1928
 
                                1929-36
 
                        Parkhurst, Genevieve, 1925-32
 
                        Paterson, Isabel, 1933-45
 
                        Pew, J. Howard
                                See: Manuscript Series, Discovery of Freedom
 
                        Plain Talk
                                See: Manuscript Series, Discovery of Freedom, National
                                        Education Council Memo
 
                        Poetry, Miscellaneous
 
                        Printed Material, General
 
                        Read, Leonard
 
                                1944-45
 
                                1946
 
                        Reitama-Bakker, Simone, 1966-67
 
                        Roscoe, Burton, 1938
 
                        Ripley, Clements, 1937-38
 
                        Rocky Ridge
 
                                1928, House Construction Correspondence and Receipts
 
                                1928-81, Miscellaneous Writings and Drawings
 
                                1981, Farm Then And Now
 
                        San Francisco Press Club, 1915
        11
                        Saturday Evening Post, Pioneer Stories, Response Mail
 
                                1937--March, 1938
 
                                1938, April--August
 
                        Sennholz, Hans, 1959-63
 
                        Smith, Art, ca.1916
 
                        Society of Women Geographers, 1929-42
 
                        Songs
 
                        Stillman, Louis, 1920
 
                        Sullivan, Mark, 1938
 
                        Telephone Messages, 1938
 
                        Thompson, Dorothy
 
                                1921-29
 
                                1930-60
 
                        Thornton__, 1964
                                See: Manuscript Series, Discovery of Freedom
 
                        Turner, Al 1935-38
 
                        Turner, John
 
                                Correspondence
 
                                        1934-37
 
                                        1938-39 and undated
 
                                New Mexico Military Institute,1936-38
 
                        Vietnam Trip, 1965
 
                        Vietnamese Correspondents, 1965-67
 
                        Watts, Orval
 
                                Correspondence
 
                                        1956
 
                                        1961
        12
                                        1962
 
                                                February--June
 
                                                July--August
 
                                                September--December
 
                                        1963
 
                                                January--May
 
                                                June--December
 
                                Manuscripts
 
                                Money and Banking
 
                                        Chapters
 
                                                1-3
 
                                                4-6
 
                                                7-9
 
                                                10-12
 
                                        Can Government Keep You Prosperous?
 
                                        When Will The Prices Stop Rising?
 
                                        Untitled, Chapters 1-2
 
                        Westbrook, Ira Ed
                                See: Manuscript Series, Discovery of Freedom
 
                        White, William Allen, 1938
 
                        Wilbur, Crane, 1935
 
                        Wilder Genealogy, 1934
 
                        Williams, Blanche Colton, 1928
 
 
 
 
                                Laura Ingalls Wilder Series
 
Box                     Contents
        13
                        Correspondence
 
                                1908--ca.1914
 
                                1915
 
                                        August--September 4
 
                                        September 7--October
 
                                1919-23
 
                                1924
 
                                1925
 
                                1926-30
 
                                1931
 
                                1932
 
                                        January--July
 
                                        September--November
 
                                1933-35
 
                                1937
 
                                1938
 
                                1939-40
 
                                1952 - Laura to RWL,
                                        See: Manuscripts, Estate
 
                                        See Also:
                                                HHPL General Accessions, Laura
                                                Ingalls Wilder Papers, Correspondence from
                                                Microfilm (This may not be reproduced without
                                                permission of the University of Missouri)
 
                        DeSmet Cemetery Association, 1943-54
 
                        Detroit Book Week Speech, 1937
 
                        The Horn Book Magazine, Laura Ingalls Wilder Issue, 1953
        14
                        Ingalls, Charles P. Homestead, 1880-86
 
                        Ingalls, Mary
 
                        Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School, 1976-84
 
                        Mail from Fans, 1933-49
 
                        Milman, Arthur, 1915-18
 
                        Rocky Ridge
                                See: Corres. and Subject Series
 
                        South Dakota State Historical Society, 1944-50
 
                        Wilder Estate, Laura, 1952-59
 
                        Manuscripts, Notes, and Resource Material
 
                                Laura's "Ideas for Work", 1903 and undated
 
                                "Tuck 'Em In Corner Poems, ca.1915
 
                                Letters from Aunt Martha Carpenter, 1925
 
                                Pioneer Girl
 
                                        Copy sent Brandt
 
                                                pp. 1-80
 
                                                pp. 81-160
 
                                        Revised Draft
 
                                                pp. 1-63
 
                                                pp. 64-126
 
                                        Copy Sent Bye
 
                                                pp. 1-102
 
                                                pp. 103-203
 
                                Insertions in Laura I. Wilder Holograph
 
                                        1930
 
                                Fragments
 
                                        pp. 1-6
 
                                        "Long Winter" Episode
 
                                Little House In The Big Woods
 
                                        Ms. "When Grandma Was A Little Girl"
 
                                        Reviews, 1932
 
                                Farmer Boy
 
                                        Typed Manuscript
 
                                                pp. 1-79
 
                                                pp. 80-144
 
                                                pp. 145-266
 
                                Little House on the Prairie
 
                                        Background material, 1933
 
                                        Typescript, Final (Carbon)
 
                                                pp. 1-55
 
                                                pp. 56-118
 
                                                pp. 119-176
        15
                                On the Banks of Plum Creek
 
                                        How Laura Got Even, 7 pp.
 
                                        Draft A, Typescript
 
                                                pp. 1-56
 
                                                pp. 57-127
 
                                                pp. 128 and unnumbered
 
                                        Draft B, Typescript
 
                                                pp. 66-107
 
                                                pp. Unpaginated
 
                                                pp. 133-199
 
                                        Final Copy (Carbon), pp. 1-30, 60-96
 
                                By The Shores of Silver Lake
 
                                        Notes, Manuscript Pages from Pioneer Girl
 
                                        Typescript Manuscript (Carbon) with
                                                Holograph Revisions by Laura
 
                                                pp. 1-93
 
                                                pp. 94-104, 110-194
 
                                The Long Winter
 
                                        Manuscript Draft Typescript Carbon with
                                                Corrections by Laura
 
                                                pp. 1-61
 
                                                pp. 62-95
 
                                                pp. 1-59
 
                                                pp. 60-117, 136, 140, 148, 149
 
                                        Laura's List of Corrections with Map of DeSmet
 
                                        Typed Manuscript Fragments, Corrections by Rose
 
                                        Typed Final Manuscript (Carbon) Corrections by Laura
                                                and Rose, Chapter 27 & 29, Fragments of
 
                                        Reviews
 
                                        Typescript of Manuscript Chapters in Detroit Public
                                                Library Omitted from Book
        16
                                Little Town on the Prairie
 
                                        Outline
 
                                        Galley Proofs
 
                                                Chapters 1-8
 
                                                Chapters 9-16
 
                                        Reviews
 
                                These Happy Golden Years
 
                                        Typescript Manuscript with Holograph Changes
 
                                                Chapters 1-19
 
                                                Chapters 20-32
 
                                        See Also: Little Town on the Prairie Outline
 
                                The First Four Years
 
                                        Original Manuscript (Facsimile copy)
 
                                        Xerox Copy of Manuscript
 
                                                pp. 1-80
 
                                                pp. 81-161
 
                                        Typescript of Manuscript for Printer
 
                                                (1)
 
                                                (2)
 
                                On the Way Home
 
                                        Foreward and Afterword by Rose Wilder Lane, Manuscript
 
                                West From Home
 
                                        Manuscript of Letters, Typed
 
                                        Photos and Captions
 
                                        See Also: Correspondence, 1915, August--October
 
                                        See Also:
                                                HHPL, Laura Ingalls Wilder Papers,
                                                1894-1943, Microfilm Collection
        17
                        Miscellaneous "Little House" Material
 
                                Articles and Clippings
 
                                Photocopies
 
                                Grace Ingalls Diary, 1887-93
 
                                Letters, Marion Hinz (DeSmet) to Greg Smith, 1965
 
                                Roger MacBride--Slides, Tapes, Prtd. Material
 
                                Rosa Ann Moore--Typescripts
 
                                Aunt Martha Carpenter--Letters, 1925
 
                                Wilder-Lane Correspondence
 
                                        1937
 
                                        1938
 
                                        1939
 
                                        1952
 
                                        1977
 
                                Pioneer Girl, Insertions in LIW Holograph
 
                                Grace Ingalls Diary
        18
                        "Little House" Books (Published Copies)
 
                                Little House In The Big Woods
 

Little House On The Prairie
 
Farmer Boy
 
On The Banks Of Plum Creek
 
By The Shores Of Silver Lake
 
The Long Winter
 
Little Town On The Prairie
 
These Happy Golden Years
 
The First Four Years
                                        See Also:
                                                HHPL Microfilm Collection, Laura
                                                Ingalls Wilder Papers, 1894-1943,
                                                Microfilm Rolls, 1-3, Folders 1-34,
                                                University of Missouri Western
                                                Historical Manuscript Collections
 
 
 
 
                                Diaries and Notes Series
 
Box                     Contents
        19
                        Item #1:
                                1918, July--September
                                        Diary--Sausalito
                                        See Also: Item #79
 
                        Item #2:
                                1920, March--December
                                        Diary and Accounts--California,
                                        Washington D.C., New York, and Europe
 
                        Item #3:
                                1920, June
                                        Letter/Diary--Rose to [Arthur Griggs],
                                        Trip from Paris to Vienna
 
                        Item #4:
                                1920, September 22-25
                                        Letter/Diary--Rose to [Arthur Griggs],
                                        Trip from Paris to Poland
 
                        Item #5:
                                1920, September 27--October 4
                                        Letter/Diary--Rose to [Arthur Griggs],
                                        Polish Trip
 
                        Item #6:
                                1920-22, 1927,1932-33 and undated
                                        Looseleaf Notebook--Poetry, Notes, Events
                                        Undated Notes--Story Ideas, Poetry
                                        Alphabetical Character Studies of Men
                                                from "The Woman's Point of View"
                                        Notes--Freedom Novel, 1920
                                        Current Events, 1920, August--September
                                        Scattered Diary Entries, 1921, 1922, 1927
                                        Undated Notes--Jack London Story
                                        Notes--American Politics, 1932-33
 
                        Item #7:
                                1921
                                        Diary/Accounts--Europe
        20
                        Item #8:
                                1921, February--April and undated
                                        Notes--Albania
 
                        Item #9:
                                1921, April
                                        Notes--Albania
 
                        Item #10:
                                [1921, May?]
                                        "Letter from Europe"--Red Cross Publicity
                                        And A Self-analysis.
 
                        Item #11:
                                1921, October 9-15
                                        Notes--Walking Tour of Brittany
 
                        Item #12:
                                1921-36
                                        Notebook--Story Ideas, Diary and Journal
                                        Entries, Yearly Resolutions, Financial Summaries
 
                                        1921, January--March, Journal Entries--Story Outlines
 
                                        1922, July, Journal Entry--Goals, Eastern Proverbs
 
                                        1923, Notes on Sinclair Lewis & Other Authors.
                                                Journal  Entries--Evaluating Life and Writings.
 
                                        Undated, Convictions
 
                                        1930, February, Diary Entry
 
                                        Undated, Story Ideas, Psalms, Proverbs
 
                                        1924, Journal Entries--Rocky Ridge, Budget, Theater
 
                                        Undated, Story Notes and Ideas
 
                                        1925, Summary of 1925. New Year's, Resolutions.
 
                                        Undated, Notes--Brandes, Main Currents
of 19th Century Literature
                                                (See Also: Item #76), Story Ideas
 
                                        1925, 1927-29, 1931-32, 1934, 1936, Current Status
                                                of Writings and Finances
 
                                        1928, April and undated, Song, Story Ideas and Notes
 
                                        1926-27, New Year's Resolutions
 
                                        Undated, Notes and Story Ideas
 
                                        1927, October--November, Journal Entries
 
                                        1928, April, Notes
 
                                        1927, December, Letter from Clarence Day, Journal
                                                Entries, 1928 New Year's Resolutions
 
                                        1927-29, 1931-32, Brief Finance Entries
 
                                        Undated, Writing Ideas
 
                                        1928-29, Goals for Rocky Ridge Stay, Brief Diary Entries
 
                                        Undated, Notes--Sassoon, Masefield, Conflict Structure
 
                                        1931-35, Brief Entries on Stories Written and Published
 
                                        1929, July, Answers to Little Review Questionnaire,
                                                Long Self-Evaluation
 
                                        1929-33, 1936, Brief Financial Summaries
 
                                        Undated, Notes, Quotes, Story Ideas
 
                                        1931, February, August, Diary Entries
 
                                        Undated, Titles, Notes
 
                        Item #13:
                                1922, Diary and Accounts--Europe
 
                        Item #14:
                                1922, June--July, Notes--Albanian "Mati" Trip
 
                        Item #15:
                                1922, September--December, Notes--Caucasus Trip and
                                        Research
 
                        Item #16:
                                1922, December, Notes--Baku Trip
 
                        Item #17:
                                1923, Diary
        21
                        Item #18:
                                [1923, August], Research Notes--Egypt, Syria
 
                        Item #19:
                                [1923, August?], Typed Notes--1896 Trip from Syrian
                                        Coast to Baghdad
 
                        Item #20:
                                1923, August 28--September 3, Trip Diary--Constantinople
                                        to Cairo
 
                        Item #21:
                                1924, 1926, January--March, Diaries, 1932 May, Journal
 
                        Item #22:
                                [1924]-25, Notes--Ozark Spring Weather
 
                        Item #23:
                                1925 and undated, Notes--Joseph Conrad, Short Story Writing
 
                        Item #24:
                                1925 and undated, Analysis--Woman's Home Companion
                                        stories, Notes--Albania
 
                        Item #25:
                                1926-30, Diary
 
                        Item #26:
                                [1926?], Notes--Italian Language
 
                        Item #27:
                                [1926?], Notes--Russian Language
 
                        Item #28:
                                [1926?], Notes--Russian Language
 
                        Item #29:
                                1926, August--September, Letter/Diary by Rose and Troub--
                                        Paris to Albania Trip
                                        See Also: Manuscript Series, Albania Trip, Typescript
                                                Versions of This Diary
 
                        Item #30:
                                1927, Datebook--Record of Writing Done
        22
                        Item #31:
                                1927, March--November, Notes--Albanian Garden,  Language
 
                                See Also: Corres. & Subject Series, Albanian Garden, Journal
 
                        Item #32:
                                1927, July 4-8, Notes--Albanian Villages Trip
 
                        Item #33:
                                1927, July 30--August 15, Notes--Albania to Vienna Trip
 
                        Item #34:
                                [1928], Notes--Cleopatra
 
                        Item #35:
                                1928-33, Notes and Analysis--Books Read
 
                        Item #36:
                                1929, August--1930, October, Notes--Rocky Ridge Garden
 
                        Item #37:
                                1931-35, Diary
 
                        Item #38:
                                1931, July--August, Notes--Rocky Ridge, Picnic, Memphis
                                                Trip
 
                                Undated, Notes--New York Grand Central Station and 61
                                                Broadway
 
                                See Also: Item #80 for Similar New York Notes.
 
                        Item #39:
                                Undated, Notes--61 Broadway
 
                                1931, Analysis of Saturday Evening Post serial and short story
 
                                1933, Ladies Home Journal serial
 
                        Item #40:
                                1931, Notes--Russian Language
 
                        Item #41:
                                1931-32, Notes--Rocky Ridge Garden
 
                        Item #42:
                                1932, Budget Book
 
                        Item #43:
                                1932, January, Research Notes--Singapore, Malaysia, Burma
 
                        Item #44:
                                1932, January, Short Stories Studied
 
                        Item #45:
                                1932, May--January, 1933, Journal
 
                        Item #46:
                                1932, September, Itinerary and Expenses--Canada and
                                                New York Trip
        23
                        Item #47:
                                1933-34, 1940, 1949-50, 1960, Journal
 
                        Item #48:
                                1933, Budget Book
 
                        Item #49:
                                1933, Personal Budget Book
 
                        Item #50:
                                1933, February, Notes--"Kiss In Mid-Battle"
 
                        Item #51:
                                1933-34, American Novel Outline, Wilder Genealogy Notes
 
                        Item #52:
                                1933, 1940, Journal
 
                        Item #53:
                                1933, July, Notes--Wheat
 
                        Item #54:
                                1934, Budget Book
 
                        Item #55:
                                1934, Personal Budget Book
 
                        Item #56:
                                1934, Notes--Story Ideas and Titles
 
                        Item #57:
                                1935, Budget Book
 
                        Item #58:
                                1935, Expenses
 
                        Item #59:
                                1936-38, Diary
 
                        Item #60:
                                1937, Bank Book
 
                        Item #61:
                                1938, Diary
 
                        Item #62:
                                1939, June, Notes--Trip From East to Midwest
 
                        Item #63:
                                1939, Notes--Trip from Wyoming to Bellingham,
                                        Washington; Bituminous Coal Act.
 
                        Item #64:
                                1939, August--April, 1940, Diary
        24
                        Item #65:
                                1940, May--June 15, Diary/Journal--War News
 
                        Item #66:
                                1940, June-16--July 1, Diary/Journal--War News
 
                        Item #67:
                                1940, November, Notes--Election
 
                        Item #68:
                                1942-43, Diary
 
                        Item #69:
                                1944-45, Diary--Weather, Gardening, Canning
 
                        Item #70:
                                1964-65, 1967, Diary
 
                        Item #71:
                                Undated, Notes--Albanian Language
 
                        Item #72:
                                Undated, Notes--Albanian Language
 
                        Item #73:
                                Undated, Notes--Albanian Language
 
                        Item #74:
                                Undated, Notes--Albania
 
                        Item #75:
                                Undated, Notes--Albania
 
                        Item #76:
                                Undated, Notes--Brandes, Main Currents in 19th Century
Literature
 
                                        See Also: Item #12
 
                        Item #77:
                                Undated, Definitions
 
                        Item #78:
                                Undated, Beau Williams Quotes
 
                        Item #79:
                                Undated, Notes--Sausalito, Story Ideas, Ozark Material
 
                                1918, New York, Household Accounts
 
                        Item #80:
                                Undated, Notes--New York City
 
                                See Also: Item #39
 
                        Item #81:
                                Undated, Notes--Authors and Titles, Love of Land, Insects Are
                                        Winning, Dream
 
                        Item #82:
                                Undated, Notes--Ozark Spring, April--May
 
                        Item #83:
                                Undated, Names and Addresses
 
                        Item #84:
                                1937-38, Datebook Belonging to Edmund H. Stephan
        25
                        Item #85:
                                Undated, Notes--Georgia Sea Islands, Book Titles, Authors,
                                        Quotations, Theological Ideas and Stories
 
                        Item #86:
                                Undated, Books
 
                        Item #87:
                                1965, Notes--Vietnam
 
                        Item #88:
                                1950-52, Notes With Index
 
                        Item #89:
                                Undated, Books Wanted
 
                        Item #90:
                                Undated, Booklist, 12th & 16th Century Living
 
                        Item #91:
                                Undated, Notes--From Tribe to Empire
 
                        Item #92:
                                1965, Notes--Vietnam, Names & Addresses
 
                        Item #93:
                                Undated, Notes--Spanish Language
 
                        Item #94:
                                Undated, Notes--John Adams
 
                        Item #95:
                                Undated, Notes--Ancient Greek Scholars
 
                        Item #96:
                                Undated, Notes--Maspero Vol.I
 
                        Item #97:
                                Undated, Notes--Albanian Language
        25A
                        Item #98:
                                Undated, Book Notes--Romance of H Progress
 
                        Item #99:
                                Undated, Book Notes--About Petroleum, Enterprise in Oil, et al.
 
                        Item #100:
                                Undated, Book Notes--A Humane Economy, The End of
                                        Empire, et al.
 
                        Item #101:
                                Undated, Book Notes--Strabo, Greek Civic
 
                        Item #102:
                                Undated, Book Notes--Seneca, Dante, et al.
 
                        Item #103:
                                Undated, Book Notes--John Harvard, et al.
 
                        Item #104:
                                Undated, Book Notes--Glotz Aegian Civilization
 
                        Item #105:
                                Undated, Book Notes--Greeks and Egyptians
 
                        Item #106:
                                Undated, Book Notes--Tides of History, Vol. I
 
                        Item #107:
                                Undated, Book Notes--William James: Great
                                        Men, Great Thoughts and the Environment
 
                        Item #108:
                                Undated, Book Notes--Erech, Kish, et al.
 
                        Item #109:
                                Undated, Book Notes--Blackwell, Maspero, de Morgan
 
                        Item #110:
                                Undated, Book Notes--Sayce: Religions of A., Egypt &
                                        Babylonia, et al.
 
                        Item #111:
                                Undated, Book Notes--John Adams, Thomas Jefferson,
                                                Hannah Arendt, et al.
 
                        Item #112:
                                Undated, Book Notes--Neff: Carlyle and Mill
 
                        Item #113:
                                Undated, Book Notes--Augustan Age
 
                        Item #114:
                                Undated, Book Notes--Muller: Freedom in Ancient World (1)
 
                        Item #115:
                                Undated, Book Notes--Tides of History, Vol.2
 
                        Item #116:
                                Undated, Book Notes--Muller: Freedom in Ancient World (2)
 
                        Item #117:
                                Undated, Book Notes--A, Mohammad Asad: Principles of
                                        State & Government in Islam
 
                        Item #118:
                                Undated, Book Notes--A, Herodian of Antioch: History of
                                        Roman Empire, Henry Adams: Degradation of
                                        Democratic Dogma
 
                        Item #119:
                                Undated, Book Notes--B, Burke: Reflections on the
                                        Revolution in France, Bury: History of Greece,
                                        Albert Britt: The Hungry War
 
                        Item #120:
                                Undated, Book Notes--C, Chesterfield, Crassus, & Carcopino, Clason
 
                        Item #121:
                                Undated, Book Notes--D, Durant: Ceasar & Christ
 
                        Item #122:
                                Undated, Book Notes--F, Tenney Frank: Ec. Survey Rome
 
                        Item #123:
                                Undated, Book Notes--G, Grant: The Sword & the Cross,
                                        Edward Gibbon: The Decline & Fall of the Roman Empire
 
                        Item #124:
                                Undated, Book Notes--H, Moses Hadas: A History of Rome
 
                        Item #125:
                                Undated, Book Notes--H, Hill: Roman Middle Class
 
                        Item #126:
                                Undated, Book Notes--H, Haskell: Cicero
 
                        Item #127:
                                Undated, Book Notes--H, Zoltan Haraszti: John Adams &
                                                the Prophets of Progress
 
                        Item #128:
                                Undated, Book Notes--J, Thomas Jefferson
 
                        Item #129:
                                Undated, Book Notes--K, Leonard Krieger: German Idea
                                        of Freedom, Mentor: Koran
 
                        Item #130:
                                Undated, Book Notes--L, Locke: Of Civ. Government,
                                        LaPiere: Freudian Ethic
 
                        Item #131:
                                Undated, Book Notes--L, Anne Freemantle: Little Band of
                                                Prophets
 
                        Item #132:
                                Undated, Book Notes--Bury: Idea of Progress, et al.
 
                        Item #133:
                                Undated, Book Notes--M, Marsilius of Padua, Philip
                                        Morrison: SEP Adventure of Mind, Ludwig:
                                        Talks with Mussolini
 
                        Item #134:
                                Undated, Book Notes--M, Pirenne: Medieval Cities,
                                        Eileen Power: Medieval People
 
                        Item #135:
                                Undated, Book Notes--O, Berdyaev: Origin of Russian
                                        Communism, Cambridge University: Outlines of
                                        English Industrial History
 
                        Item #136:
                                Undated, Book Notes--O, Obolensky: One Man in His Time
 
                        Item #137:
                                Undated, Book Notes--P, Pirenne: History of Europe,
                                        Plutarch: Caesar Pompey Crassus, et al.
 
                        Item #138:
                                Undated, Book Notes--R, Rostovtzeff: S. & Ec. History of
                                        Roman Empire
 
                        Item #139:
                                Undated, Book Notes--S, Suetonius: Twelve Caesars,
                                        R.E. Smith: Failure of Roman Republic
 
                        Item #140:
                                Undated, Book Notes--T, Tims, Toledano, Toutain, et al.
 
                        Item #141:
                                Undated, Book Notes--Misc.
 
 
 
 
                                Manuscript Series
 
Box                     Contents
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                        Accessory to Murder (Written in 1936)
 
                        Albania
 
                        Albanian Trip, 1926
 
                                Version A
 
                                Typescript of Diary
 
                                Carbon
 
                                Version B, Typescript of Diary
 
                                See Also: Diaries and Notes Series, Item #29
 
                        All Men Are Liars (Woman's Day, 1940)
 
                        American Reader, Notes Only
 
                        American Revolution (Saturday Evening Post, 1939)Printed Copy Only
 
                        And On Earth Peace, Goodwill (Country Gentleman,
                                1939) Printed Copy Only
 
                        Angels At Birch Tree, Story Outline
 
                        "Art" Smith's Story (The Bulletin, San Francisco, 1915) Printed Copy Only
 
                        Atvona Goes To Church (Asia, September, 1919), Printed Copy Only
 
                        August in Vietnam (Woman's Day, 1965), Printed Copy Only
 
                        Autumn (Harper's 1924), Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        The Background of Vietnam (written 1965)
 
                        Beginning Again At Ararat, Reviews
 
                        Birth
 
                        Bit of Grey In A Blue Sky (Ladies Home Journal, 1919) Printed Copy Only
 
                        The Blue Bead (Harper's, 1925)
 
                        Budapest for a Bath (World Traveler, 1923)
                                Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        The Bulletin, San Francisco
                                See: Newspaper Articles
 
                        Byrd Story (Written for Woman's Day, 1939)
 
                        Cacosotte (Revised 1939), Manuscript and Correspondence
                                See Also: Missouri Book, Cacosotte
 
                        The Cave of Bulqis (Written 1931)
 
                        Charlie Chaplin's Own Story (The Bulletin, San
                                Francisco, 1915) Printed Copy Only
 
                        Children
 
                        Children's Crusade (Good Housekeeping, 1920), Printed Copy Only
 
                        Christmas Editorial (written for Woman's Day, 1939)
 
                        Christmas Feud
                                See: And On Earth Peace, Goodwill
 
                        Christmas in Erivan (Good Housekeeping, 1924), Printed Copy Only
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                        Christmas Reunion (Good Housekeeping, 1936)
 
                        The Cities Get Them All (written 1929)
 
                        Come Into My Kitchen (Woman's Day, 1960)
 
                        Country Jake (Saturday Evening Post, 1933), Printed Copy Only
 
                        Country Life (Cosmopolitan, June, 1939)
 
                        The Craver of L'arnin
 
                        The Dancer of Shamakna (Asia, 1922), Printed Copy Only
 
                                April--May
 
                                June--July
 
                                August--September
 
                                Reviews
 
                        The Dancing Man by Frederick Irving Anderson, Manuscript
 
                        Dangerous Curve (written1930)
                                See Also: Winding Road
 
                        A Day In Sarajevo
 
                        Dear Little Sister (written 1935)
 
                        Declaration for All Time (Rally, 1967)
 
                        Desert Sands (written 1921; revised 1929)
                                Manuscript with 1930 Correspondence
 
                        Discovery of Freedom
 
                                Correspondence & Printed Material
 
                                        Clark, Fred G., 1952
 
                                        Cornuell, Richard C., 1958
 
                                        Crane, Jasper E., 1960-64
 
                                        Edmonds, Walter, 1938
 
                                        Freedom Newspapers, 1960
 
                                        Freedom School
 
                                                1963
 
                                                1964
 
                                        Hamilius, Jean-Pierre, 1949
 
                                        "Janet & Bob", 1964
 
                                        Kessler, Howard E., 1964
 
                                        LeFevre, Robert, 1957-64
 
                                        MacBride, Roger
 
                                                1954
 
                                                1968-79
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                                        MacBride, Roger & Susan
 
                                                1961-63
 
                                                1964-67
 
                                        Meyer, Frank S., 1961
 
                                        National Education Council Memo, n/d
 
                                        Pew, J. Howard, 1953
 
                                        Sennholz, Hans, 1955
 
                                        Thompson, Dorothy, 1960
 
                                        Thornton,__, 1964
 
                                        Watts, Orval
 
                                                Undated, Article Drafts--United Nations, Foreign Aid
 
                                                1950-59
 
                                                1961-68
 
                                                1964
 
                                        Westbrook, Ira E., 1953
 
                                Manuscripts
 
                                        Discovery of Liberty
 
                                                Preliminary Draft
 
                                                Redraft, 1950's
 
                                                Fragments
 
                                                Old World/New World
 
                                                Outline
 
                                        Part I
 
                                                Drafts
 
                                                        pp. 1-8 (Comments by Orval Watts)
 
                                                        pp. 1-61
 
                                                        pp. 1-75 (Part Original & Carbon)
 
                                                        pp. 1-86 (Early Draft)
        29
                                                        Beginnings (Incomplete)
 
                                                                Typed Copy
 
                                                                Carbon Copy with Holograph
                                                                        Revisions
 
                                                                Fragments
 
                                                                        (1)
 
                                                                        (2)
 
                                                                        (3)
 
                                                                Typescripts
 
                                                        Final
 
                                                                Typescript
 
                                                        Xerox, Portions Missing,
                                                                Holograph Revisions
 
                                                Part II
 
                                                        Drafts
 
                                                                (1)
 
                                                                (2)
 
                                                                (3)
 
                                                                (4)
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                                                        Fragments
 
                                                                (1)
 
                                                                (2)
 
                                                        Final
 
                                                                Best Available
 
                                                                Duplicate Pages
 
                                                Part III[?]
 
                                                        Drafts
 
                                                                pp. 1-10, Europe's Fuedalism
 
                                                                pp. 34-47, Planned Economy
 
                                                        Final Draft (Xerox Copy Assembled by
                                                                Nancy DeHamer)
 
                                                                Part I
 
                                                                Part II
 
                                                Notes
 
                                                        Additions
 
                                                                I
 
                                                                II-VII
 
                                                                VIII, IX & Ending
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                                                        Resource Material
 
                                                                (1)
 
                                                                (2)
 
                                                                (3)
 
                                                                (4)
 
                                                                (5)
 
                                                        Revision of 1943 Version
 
                                                        Summer, 1962
 
                        Diverging Roads (Sunset 1918-19), Printed Copy Only
 
                                Part 1-4
 
                                Part 5-7
 
                        The Dog Wolf (Good Housekeeping, 1932)
                                Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        Don't Send Your Son To College (Woman's Day, 1938)
                                Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        Don't Tell Me How To Live My Life (Woman's Day,
                                1939) Manuscript and Printed Copy
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                        Dreadful House (Country Gentleman, 1936)
 
                        Drive Like A Woman (Good Housekeeping, 1939)
 
                        Drought (Country Gentleman, 1925)
                                Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        Easy Idealism (Letter To The Editor, Forum, 1928)
 
                        Economic Council Review of Books, (1945-50)
 
                                Bound Copy
 
                                Unbound Issues
 
                                        1945-47
 
                                        1948-50
 
                                See Also: Correspondence and Subject Series
 
                        Ed Monroe, Man-Hunter, (The Bulletin, San
                                Francisco, 1915) Printed Copy Only, Fragment
 
                        Edelweiss on Chafa Shalit (Harpers, 1923)
                                Printed Copy Only
 
                        The Embattled Farmers (The Bulletin, San Francisco,
                                1918) Printed Copy Only, Fragment
 
                        The Emerald (Written 1911)
 
                                Plot Summary
 
                                Manuscript
 
                                        pp. 1-49
 
                                        pp. 50-103
 
                                Manuscript Rewrite, pp. 1-46 and Carbon
 
                        Faces At The Window, Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        Fate
 
                        Fatima Meets The Heathen Lady (Written 1920)
 
                        Fine Feathers Make Fine Birds (Written 1929)
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                        The Flowing Kava Bowl and My Darling Hope (Asia,
                                1919), Printed Copy Only
 
                        Footprint, The (The Country Gentleman, March 21, 1925) -  printed copy
 
                        Force Won't Keep the Peace (Woman's Day, 1945)
 
                        Forgotten Man (Written 1939), Manuscript, Correspondence, Photos
 
                        Four Days In Azerbaijan (Harpers, Sept, 1933)
 
                        Freedom Quotations Book
 
                                Correspondence, Ayn Rand Letter, 1944
 
                                Mimeo Copy With Revised RWL Introduction
 
                                Collected Quotations, pp. 1-140
 
                                Lists of Quotations
 
                                Quotations
 
                                        (1)
 
                                        (2)
 
                                        (3)
 
                        Free Land (Saturday Evening Post, 1938; Book, 1938)
                                See Also: Correspondence and Subject File, Post-Pioneer
                                        Stories Response Mail
 
                                Resource Material--Rose's Questionnaire For Almanzo Wilder
                                        on Dakota Territory
 
                                Outline and Manuscript Fragments
 
                                Printed Copy (Saturday Evening Post, September, 1938)
 
                                                (1)
 
                                                (2)
 
                        Frolic at Smilin’ Jim’s, (Country Gentleman, May, 1926)
 
                        Give Me Liberty, Pamphlet (1946) and Certificate of Copyright
                                Registration (1954)
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                        Gold Digger (Written 1928-29), Debate with Genevieve Parkhurst
 
                        Good Fences (Country Gentleman, 1935)
 
                        Grandpa's Fiddle
 
                        Green Valley Stories
 
                                The Five Tined Fork (Country Gentleman, 1925)
 
                                Good Roads (Country Gentleman, 1928)
 
                                Handsome Is As Handsome Does (CountryGentleman, 1925)
 
                                Old Man Obstinate
 
                                The Ruction In Eden (Country Gentleman, 1929)
 
                                That Foreigner At Lathrop's
 
                                The Walnut Tree (Country Gentleman, 1926)
 
                        Gypsy Trail (Ladies Home Journal, 1929)
 
                        Handsome Is As Handsome Does
                                See: Green Valley Stories
 
                        Happy Ending (Harper's Bazaar, 1936)
 
                        Harvest (Harper's, 1929), Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        He Was A Man
 
                                Reviews
 
                                        (1)
 
                                        (2)
 
                        Hill Billy Stories
 
                                The Footprint (Country Gentleman, 1925)
                                Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                                Frolic At Smilin' Jim's (Country Gentleman,
                                1926), Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                                Hill Billy Pride (Country Gentleman, 1925)
                                Printed Copy
 
                                Prairie Hollow Singing (Country Gentleman,
                                1926), Printed Copy
 
                                Proposed Sequel
 
                        Hired Girl (Saturday Evening Post, 1933)
 
                                Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                                Script for Play by Crane Wilbur
 
                        Home Over Saturday (Saturday Evening Post, 1937)
                                Printed Copy
 
                        The Hope Chest (Written 1934)
 
                                Ribbon Copy
 
                                Carbon Copy
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                        Horse and Buggy Days (Saturday Evening Post, 1936)
                                Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        How Can You Hold The Man You Love? (Pictorial
Review, 1928), Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        How I Wrote "Yarbwoman" (The Writer, 1928), Printed Copy
 
                        The House of Zia Bey
 
                        I Discovered The Secret of Happiness (Cosmopolitan, June, 1926)
                                Printed Copy Only
 
                        Immoral Woman (Ladies Home Journal, 1932)
                                Manuscript, Printed Copy
 
                        Innocence (Harper's, 1922), Manuscript, Printed
                                Copy, 1924; Correspondence, 1928
 
                        In The Eagle's Nest Of The World
 
                        The Insidious Enemy (Good Housekeeping, 1920)
 
                        It's The Sentiment (Ladies Home Journal, 1933)
                                Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        I Was A Moscow Stenographer
 
                                Outline and Partial Manuscript
 
                        A Jitney Romance, (The Bulletin, San Francisco,
                                1915), Printed Copy Only
 
                        Journey's Beginnings (Saturday Evening Post, 1936)
                                Manuscript and Printed Copies
 
                        Let The Hurricane Roar (Saturday Evening Post, 1932, Book, 1933)
 
                                Manuscript
 
                                Printed Copy (Saturday Evening Post)
 
                                Printed Copy (The Reader's Digest, 1943)
 
                                Radio Script, 1940
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                                Reviews and Notices, 1933
 
                                Reviews, British, 1933
 
                        Let's Be Ourselves
                                See: Don't Tell Me How To Live My Life
 
                        A Letter From Europe (American Red Cross, 1921)
                                See Also: HHPL General Accessions--Red Cross
 
                        Life and Jack London (Sunset, 1917-18)
 
                                Manuscript, Part 2
 
                                Printed copy, Xerox
 
                        A Little Flyer In Inflation (Harper's, 1933), Printed Copy Only
 
                        Long May Our Land Be Bright (Cosmopolitan, 1939)
                                Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        Long Skirts (Ladies Home Journal, 1933), Manuscript
 
                        The Making of Herbert Hoover, Illustration Notes by Rose
 
                        A Man In The House (Good Housekeeping, 1931)
                                Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        A Methodist Lady (Written 1930), Manuscript
 
                        Minnesota Farm Boy (Woman's Day, 1940)
                                Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        Missouri Book
 
                                Clippings on Missouri History
 
                                Correspondence, 1935-38
 
                                Notebooks of Research Materials
 
                                        Dates (2 books)
 
                                        Subjects (3 books)
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                                        Subjects (6 books)
 
                                        Subjects (6 books)
 
                                Resource Books
 
                                        1804, A View of The Soil and Climate of
the U.S.A. by C.F. Volney
 
                                        1819, A View of The Lead Mines of
Missouri by Henry R. Schoolcraft
 
                                        1853, Scenes and Adventures In The Semi-
                                        Alpine Region of The Ozark Mountains of
Missouri and Arkansas by Henry R. Schoolcraft
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                                Typescript Notes and Outline
 
                                Manuscripts
 
                                        Version 1
 
                                                Ribbon Copy
 
                                                        pp. 4-85
 
                                                        pp. 86-166
 
                                                        pp. 167-171
 
                                                        Part 2, pp. 1-58
 
                                                Fragments
 
                                        Carbon Copy
 
                                                pp. 2-85
 
                                                pp. 86-171
 
                                                Part 2, 1-58
 
                                Version 2
 
                                        Ribbon Copy
 
                                                pp. 3-61
 
                                                pp. 62-164
 
                                                pp. 165-268
 
                                                pp. 269-356
 
                                        Carbon Copy
 
                                                pp. 1-61
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                                                pp. 62-164
 
                                                pp. 165-268
 
                                                pp. 269-355
 
                                                Fragments
 
                                Manuscript Fragment
 
                                        "The Ozarks" pp. 294-300
 
                                        Original, pp. 26-33; Carbon, pp. 28-33
 
                                Manuscript Drafts
 
                                        Version 1
 
                                                pp. 1-79
 
                                                pp. 80-145, 167-171
 
                                                Part 2, pp. 1-90
 
                                        Version 2, Fragment
 
                                        Unidentified Fragments
 
                                        Austin Story Fragments
 
                                Manuscript Drafts and Carbon--Cacasotte
 
                        Money Makers Club, 1915
                                See: Newspapers, The Bulletin
 
                        Mother No. 22,999 (Good Housekeeping, 1920), Printed Copy Only
 
                        My House In The Country (Woman's Day, 1942), Printed Copy Only
 
                        My Uncle Ter-Barsegh (Asia, 1921), Printed Copy Only
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                        The Nature of Man and Government, Unpublished [?] Manuscript
 
                        Newspaper Articles
 
                                The Bulletin, San Francisco
 
                                        1915, January--April
 
                                                Features
 
                                                Tuck'Em In The Corner Poems
 
                                        1915, April--June, The Money Makers Club
 
                                        1915-18, List of Serials
 
                                Kansas City Post, 1910
 
                                Mansfield Mirror, March 2, 1933
 
                                Pittsburgh Courier
 
                                        The Individual & Economic Aspects of Man
 
                                                1944, June--February, 1945
 
                                                1944, December--January, 1945
 
                                                1945, February--August
 
                        Nice Old Lady (Saturday Evening Post, 1935)
                                Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        No Government Now?
 
                        Object Matrimony (Saturday Evening Post, 1934)
                                Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        Of A Pilgrimage To Mecca (The Independent, 1924)
 
                        O Lalala, The Gambler (Century, 1919), Printed Copy Only
 
                        Old-Fashinged Christmas (Written 1934)
 
                        Old Home Town (Book, 1935)
 
                                (1) Old Home Town
 
                                (2) Old Maid
 
                                (3) Hired Girl
 
                                (4) Immoral Woman
 
                                (5) Long Skirts
 
                                (6) Traveling Man
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                                (7) Country Jake
 
                                (8) Thankless Child
 
                                (9) Nice Old Lady
 
                        Old Maid (Saturday Evening Post, 1932)
 
                        One Thing In Common (Ladies Home Journal, 1928)
 
                        Out of the East Christ Came (Good Housekeeping, November, 1919)
 
                        O Wild Youth (Written 1936) Manuscript and 1937 Correspondence
 
                        Own Your Own Home (Woman's Day, 1939)
 
                        Owning Property--A Distinctively Human Function
 
                        Ozark Play Party (Written 1930)
 
                        Padre Luigi of Kiri (Harper's, June 1923)
 
                        Paid In Full (Country Gentleman, 1931)
 
                        Parents Are People
 
                        Parkhurst/Wilder Debate On Love and Marriage, 1932 and 1940
 
                        The Passing of the Men of Ahao (Asia, 1919)
 
                        Peaks of Shala--Reviews and Notices, 1923
 
                        The Perfect House (Written 1934)
 
                        Perhaps by Chance
 
                        Personal Telegraph Notes--Induction
 
                        Pie Supper (American Magazine, 1934)
                                Manuscript and 1934 Correspondence
 
                        A Place In The Country (Country Gentleman, 1925)
 
                        A Plea For Barbarity (Written 1931)
                                Manuscript and 1932 Correspondence
 
                        Poetry (Undated)
 
                        Praries Hollow Singing, (Country Gentleman, Feb. 1926), printed copy
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                        Ragusa, The Sleeping Beauty
 
                        A Revolt In A Teaspoon (Pine Tree, 1970)
 
                        Reynard Runs (North American Review, 1930)
                                Manuscript and 1930 Correspondence
 
                        Romance (Albanian), (Written 1929)
 
                                Episode 1
 
                                        Book
 
                                        Serial
 
                                        Drafts and Fragments
 
                                Episode 2
 
                                        Fragments
 
                        The Screen Door (Harper's, 1925), Printed Copy Only
 
                        She Really Believed It, Episode 1
 
                        Should We Help Our Children Marry (Woman's Day, 1938), Printed
                                Copy Only
 
                        Silk Dress (Ladies Home Journal, 1937)
                                Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        1621: As It Really Was (Written 1929)
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                        Soldiers of The Soil (The Bulletin, San Francisco,
                                1916), Printed Copy Only (Photocopies)
 
                        Some Natural Explanation
                                Manuscript and 1937 Correspondence
 
                        Sometimes Women Forget (Written 1929)
 
                        A Son of The Soil
                                Outline and Notes (Story of Almanzo Wilder)
 
                        The Song Without Words (Ladies Home Journal, 1937)
                                Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        A Spool of Thread (Written 1931)
                                Manuscript and Correspondence, 1931-33
 
                        Stassen Story See: Minnesota Farm Boy
 
                        State's Evidence (Country Gentleman, 1933)
 
                        Strange As Foreign Places (McCall's?, Written 1919)
 
                        The Swallows Bring Happiness
 
                        Thankless Child (Saturday Evening Post, 1935)
                                Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        Thanksgiving (Country Gentleman, 1926), Printed Copy
 
                        The Thieves of Bari (Letter to Editor, Newsweek, 1944)
 
                        Thirty-Mile Neighbors (Country Gentleman, 1925), Printed Copy
 
                        This Way To Baghdad (Written 1924)
 
                        Tim McGuire
 
                        Traveling Man (Written 1931; Old Home Town, 1935
 
                        Tuck 'Em In Corner Poems
                                See:
                                        1. Newspaper Articles, The Bulletin
                                        2. Laura Ingalls Wilder Series
 
                        Underground (Proposed Book) and For Humanity
                                Manuscript and Correspondence, 1939
 
                        Veal Cutlets (Harper's, 1924)
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                        Vengeance (Liberty, 1934)
 
                        Village Maiden (Redbook?, Written 1929)
 
                        War! What The Women Of America Can Do To Prevent
                                It, (Woman's Day, 1939) Printed Copy Only
 
                        We Go To A Wedding (Woman's Day, 1940), Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        We May Have An American Famine (Written 1935)
                                Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        West Of Danbury (Connecticut Nutmeg, 1938), Printed Copy Only
 
                        We Who Have Sons (Woman's Day, 1939)
                                Manuscript and Printed Copy Only
 
                        We Women Are Not Good Citizens (Woman's Day, 1939)
                                Printed Copy Only
 
                        What Has Happened To Education? (Written 1937)
 
                        What The Albanians Think Of Americans (Travel, 1927) Printed Copy Only
 
                        Winding Road (Ladies Home Journal, 1929)
                                See Also: Dangerous Curve
 
                        A Woman's Place Is In The Home (Ladies Home Journal
                                1936) Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        The World Is Round, Notes Only
 
                        Yarbwoman (Harper's, 1927), Manuscript and Printed Copy
 
                        Untitled Manuscripts
 
                                "Before we went to Minnesota..." (part 4, pp. 14-19)
 
                                [Disappearance of American Home]
 
                                "...going to Palmyra." (Written 1924)
 
                                "...how did one find a cook in Paris?"
 
                                [Marriage vs. Love]
 
                                [Mr. Squirrel Story]
 
                                "...that week in Brittany"
 
                                See Also: Diaries and Notes Series, #11
 
                                [Value of Handwork]
 
                                Woman's Day Article "on remodeling Danbury House", ca.1949-50?
 
                        Miscellaneous Printed Items
 
                        Writing Ideas, Manuscripts, Fragments, Misc.
 
                        Resource Material For Stories
 
                                Letters--R.B. Barnes to Minnie, 1965, 1873-74
 
                                William Craig's Memoir--Moving from North Carolina to Missouri
 
                        Manuscript Folders Found Empty
 
                        The Lady and the Tycoon
 
                                Typescript of Selected Letters, 1946-53
 
                                Draft Index
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                        Books, (Published Copies)
 
                                On The Way Home by Laura Ingalls Wilder
 
                                Rose Wilder Lane by Rose Wilder Lane and Roger Lea MacBride
 
                                The Lady and the Tycoon edited by Roger Lea MacBride
 
                                Henry Ford's Own Story by Rose Wilder Lane
 
                                Let The Hurricane Roar by Rose Wilder Lane
 
                                The Discovery of Freedom by Rose Wilder Lane
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                                White Shadows In The South Seas by Frederick O'Brien
 
                                Free Land by Rose Wilder Lane
 
                                He Was A Man by Rose Wilder Lane
 
                                Social Fallacies by Frederic Bastiat
 
                                The Nature of Man and His Government by Robert LeFevre
 
                                Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Bibliography by Mary J. Mooney-Getoff
 
                                Charlie Chaplin's Own Story edited by Harry M. Geduld
 
                                Peaks of Shala by Rose Wilder Lane
 
                                The Making of Herbert Hoover by Rose Wilder Lane (E802.L26)
 
 
 
 
                                Needlework Series
 
Box                     Contents
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                        Woman's Day Articles and Books
 
                                1940
 
                                        June--Crochet An Heirloom Coverlet
 
                                        August--America Tells Her Story In Needlework, Patchwork
 
                                        September--Everyone's Making Hooked Rugs
 
                                        October--Holiday Tablecloth, Cross Stitch
 
                                AMERICAN NEEDLEWORK SERIES:
 
                                        1941
 
                                                April--Crewel Work
 
                                                May--Patchwork
 
                                                June--Hooking
 
                                                July--Cross Stitch
 
                                                August--Knitting
 
                                                September--Applique
 
                                                October--Quilting
 
                                                [November?]--Crochet
 
                                                December--Weaving
 
                                        1942
 
                                                [January?]--Needlepoint
 
                                                February--Outline
 
                                                March--The Story of American Needlework
 
                                TODAY'S AMERICAN NEEDLEWORK SERIES:
 
                                        1942
 
                                                May--Today's Crewel
 
                                                June--Today's Applique
 
                                                July--Today's Quilting
 
                                THE STORY OF AMERICAN NEEDLEWORK
                                        Manuscript Fragments
 
                                        1961
 
                                                February--"The Story of American Needlework"
 
                                                March--Crewel
 
                                                April--Patchwork
 
                                                May--Cross Stitch
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                                                September--Hooking
 
                                                October--Knitting
 
                                                November--Applique
 
                                                December--Crochet
 
                                        1962
 
                                                January--Quilting
 
                                                February--Embroidery
 
                                                March--Weaving
 
                                                April--Needlepoint
 
                                                May--Candlewicking
 
                                        1963
 
                                                May--Hawaiian Quilts
 
                                        1964-65, The Story of American Needlework Book
 
                                COLLECTED NEEDLEWORK PATTERNS
 
                                        Patterns and Designs [By Rose?]
 
                                        Needlework
 
                                                General Publications
 
                                                Woman's Day Publications
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                                        Crochet
 
                                                General
 
                                                        (1)
 
                                                        (2)
 
                                        Clothing
 
                                        Edgings
 
                                                (1)
 
                                                (2)
 
                                                Letter and Patterns from Cora Anthony
 
                                        Hats and Bags
 
                                        Tablecloths, Bedspreads, Doilies
 
                                                (1)
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                                                (2)
 
                                        Patterns Collected By
 
                                                Helen Symanowicz
 
                                                Laura Ingalls Wilder
 
                                                        Bedspreads
 
                                                        Irish Crochet
 
                                                        Doilies (Snowflakes), Edgings
 
                                                        Miscellaneous
 
                                        Crochet/Knitting
 
                                        Cross-Stitch
 
                                        Cross-Stitch Patterns Collected by Laura Wilder
 
                                        Embroidery Transfer Patterns
 
                                        Hairpin Lace
 
                                        Knitting
 
                                                Clothing
 
                                                        (1)
 
                                                        (2)
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                                                Edges and Spreads
 
                                                Patterns Collected by Laura Ingalls Wilder
 
                                        Needlepoint
 
                                        Quilting
 
                                        Rugs--Crocheted and Hooked
 
                                        Tatting
 
                                        Weaving
 
                                NEEDLEWORK MAGAZINES
 
                                        The Workbasket, 1951 February & October
 
                                        200 American Home Interiors
 
                                        750 American Home Patterns
 
                                MCCALL NEEDLEWORK MAGAZINE
 
                                        1945, Summer
 
                                        1945-46, Winter
 
                                        1946, Summer
 
                                        1947, Summer
 
                                        1948, Summer
 
                                        1949-50, Winter
 
                                        1950, Spring--Summer
 
                                        1951, Spring--Summer
 
                                        1951-52, Fall--Winter
 
                                        1954, Spring--Summer
 
                                        1955
 
                                                Spring--Summer
 
                                                Fall--Winter
 
                                MCCALL PATTERN BOOK
 
                                        1951, Spring
 
        (Oversize Delineator (Grace Loucks) Box)
 
                                        1894, March
 
                                        1896, June
 
                        Needlecraft Magazine
 
                                1916, September
 
                                1920, August
 
                                1922, August
 
                                1923
 
                                        January
 
                                        April
 
                                        June
 
                                1925
 
                                        July
 
                        Needlework Magazines
 
                                McCall Needlework
 
                                        1925, Autumn
 
                                        1936-37, Winter
 
                                "Lydia's Apron Pattern"
 
                                Peasants Dancing--Filet Crochet
 
 
 
 
                                Photographic Series
 
Box                     Contents
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                        Individuals & Subjects
 
                                Boyleston, Helen D. (Troub)
 
                                Clark, Charles R.
 
                                Dow, Grace Ingalls
 
                                Dow, Nate and Grace Ingalls
 
                                Ingalls, Charles
 
                                Ingalls/Quiner Relatives
 
                                Ingalls, Mary
 
                                Jackson, Elsie
 
                                Kamp, Mildred Hall
 
                                Lane, Gillette & Laura Ingalls Wilder
 
                                Lane, Rose Wilder
 
                                        1903-04, Crowley, Louisiana
 
                                        1905, Kansas City, Missouri
 
                                        1910, Kansas City, Missouri
 
                                        1912-17, San Francisco, California
 
                                        1915, San Francisco Exposition, Missouri Exhibits
 
                                        1916-18, Hetch-Ketchy, California
 
                                        1918, San Francisco, California
 
                                        1920, San Francisco, California
 
                                        1920-21, Paris, France
 
                                        1921, Brittany, France
 
                                        1923, Greece
 
                                        1923, New York
 
                                        1924, New York
 
                                        1925, Car
 
                                        Late 1920's-1930, New York
 
                                        1942, Portrait by Russell Ogg
 
                                        Undated
 
                                                California
 
                                                Dogs
 
                                                Friends and Children
 
                                                Unknown
 
                                MacBride, Roger (Parents of)
 
                                Morgan, Alfred & Lydia
 
                                Murray, Corinne
 
                                Ogg, Norma Lee Browning & Dog
 
                                Old Georgeai
 
                                Phan
 
                                Refugees See: Places
 
                                Turner, John & Al
 
                                Watts, Orval
 
                                Webber, Clara J.
 
                                Wilder Family
 
                                Wilder, Laura Ingalls
 
                                Wilder, Laura Ingalls, Almanzo and Friends
 
                                Wilson, Mrs., Mansfield Clubwoman in Arizona
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                        Places Series
 
                                Foreign
 
                                        Albania
 
                                        Armenia
 
                                                Alexandropol
 
                                                Baku
 
                                                Tiflis
 
                                        Budapest, Hungary
 
                                        France
 
                                        Greece
 
                                        Near East Relief
 
                                        Poland
 
                                        Poland--Red Cross Photos
 
                                        Ragusa (Italy)--Dubrovnik (Yugoslavia)
 
                                        Refugee Pictures--Multiple Countries
 
                                        Switzerland, Geneva
 
                                        Turkey
 
                                                Caliph Series
 
                                                Constantinople
 
                                                Salona Photos
 
                                                Miscellaneous
 
                                        Unidentified
 
                                United States
 
                                        California
 
                                        Danbury House, Connecticut
 
                                        DeSmet, South Dakota--Surveyor's House
 
                                        Florida
 
                                        Harlingen, Texas, Rose Wilder Lane House
 
                                                1965, January
 
                                                1967, ca.
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                                                1968
 
                                                Booth Studio Photos
 
                                                Roger MacBride Photos
 
                                                Rose's Garden Party
 
                                        Mansfield (?) Apple Warehouse
 
                                        Mansfield, Missouri
 
                                        Mansfield Rocky Ridge Farm
 
                                                Miscellaneous
 
                                                Rock House
 
                                                Wilder Home & Museum
 
                                        Mansfield Rocky Ridge Farm House
 
                                                Dining Room
 
                                                Exterior
 
                                                Kitchen
 
                                                Living Room
 
                                                Sleeping Porch
 
                                New York
 
                                New York City, Rose's "Slum" Apartment
 
                                Unidentified--Miscellaneous
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                        Postcards
 
                                Albania
 
                                Armenia, Tiflis
 
                                Austria, Vienna
 
                                Czechoslovakia, Prague
 
                                France
 
                                        Amiens
 
                                        Brittany
 
                                        Blois
 
                                        Fontainebleau
 
                                        Lille
 
                                        Paris
 
                                        Pont-Aven
 
                                        Quimperle
 
                                        St. Germain-en-Laye
 
                                        Miscellaneous
 
                                Germany, Berlin
 
                                Great Britain, London--National Gallery
 
                                Greece
 
                                        Athens
 
                                        Salonika
 
                                        Unknown
 
                                Hungary, Budapest
 
                                Italy
 
                                        Rome
 
                                        Trieste
 
                                        Venice
 
                                Middle East
 
                                        Damascus
 
                                        Jerusalem
 
                                Poland
 
                                        Cracow
 
                                        Tatra Mountains & Zakopane
 
                                        Warsaw
 
                                        Miscellaneous
 
                                Switzerland
 
                                Turkey
 
                                Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
 
                                        Baku
 
                                        Caucasus
 
                                United States
 
                                Yugoslavia
 
                                        Bosnia & Hercegovina
 
                                        Cattaro
 
                                        Dubrovnik (Ragusa)
 
                                        Montenegro
 
                                        Sarajevo
 
                                        Zagreb
 
                                        Miscellaneous
 
                                Unidentified
 
                                        People & Costumes
 
                                        Places