Series IV: Slocum & Cahoon Material, 1931-1966
Scope and Contents
Series IV is organized into five subseries: Correspondence (Boxes 25-29); Exhibitions in which Slocum Collection material appeared (Box 30); James Joyce Society material (Box 31); Notes and Miscellaneous Lists made for the Bibliography (Boxes 31-33); Publication details for the Bibliography (Box 34).
Correspondence contains letters to and by John Slocum, Herbert Cahoon, and R.F. Roberts in the preparation of A Bibliography of James Joyce. The letters are arranged alphabetically by the last name of the person corresponding with these three men. The last name of Slocum, Cahoon or Roberts is also given. Dates are given by year only, and the number of letters includes both letters by and letters to Slocum, Cahoon or Roberts. (e. g., "Abbott, Berenice 1947 1 Slocum" indicates that one letter passed between Berenice Abbott and Slocum in 1947.) Exhibition material (Box 30) includes correspondence about, and lists and photographs of exhibitions in which Slocum Collection material appeared. The Paris exhibition material is in Folder 1. Other exhibitions are arranged alphabetically by sponsoring body. Box 30 also contains bylaws, speeches, and correspondence (correspondence arranged as in Boxes 1-9) in that order. The Pubication Material in Box 34 contains correspondence, contracts, typescripts, and proofs, in that order.
Language of Materials
Materials chiefly in English. Some items in French and Italian.
Conditions Governing Access
The materials are open for research.
Restricted Fragile Papers are negatives in cold storage and may only be consulted with the permission of the appropriate curator. Photographic prints are available in the main file.
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