James, Henry, 1843-1916
- Existence: 1843-04-15 - 1916-02-28
Henry James (1843-1916), American writer.
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
The Edwin J. Beinecke Collection of Robert Louis Stevenson contains correspondence, manuscripts, personal papers, and research files by, about, and relating to Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson.
Typescript transcriptions of letters from Henry James discussing his writing and social engagements. Recipients include Lillian Henschel, Millicent Leveson-Gower, Duchess of Sutherland, James R. Osgood, Arthur J. Russell, George Washburn Smalley, and Marion Terry.
The Dan H. Laurence Collection of Henry James is comprised of material compiled by Dan H. Laurence for his A Bibliography of Henry James, including correspondence, notes, and collation sheets. Laurence published A Bibliography of Henry James (London: R. Hart-Davis, 1957) in collaboration with Leon Edel.
Autograph manuscript letter, signed, asking Bright if he can provide a signature when Bright returns to London.
Autograph letter, signed, saying that he cannot accept Robinson’s invitation because he is rehearsing a play. Accompanied by a typescript transcription of a letter to and from unidentified individuals discussing American authors.
ALS thanking Curtis for his successful efforts to ensure James' election to the Century Club.
ALS mentioning plans, friends, family, and work.
ALS concerning recent events in New York and Boston, on printed letterhead of Lamb House, Rye, Sussex.
Typescript letter, signed, from James to Hunt discussing photographs and literature.
ANS originally conveying an installment to be published in January, and asking Aldrich not to cut it despite its length.
Two ALS, one to "Doctor Holland," and one AL fragment.
Two TLS and one ALS discussing possible productions of James' work.