Volume 11, ca. 1910-13
Scope and Contents
Includes: Tender Buttons. p. 1, consisting of: Rooms p. 1, corrected; Objects. p. 25, corrected; and Food p. 52, corrected
Portrait of Mabel Dodge at the Villa Curiona. p. 89 A Portrait of One. [Henry Phelan Gibb] p. 95 Portrait of Constance Fletcher. p. 97
Scenes. Actions and Dispositions of Relations and Positions. p. 109, corrected Publishers, the Portrait Gallery And the Manuscripts and the British Museum. p. 138, corrected
Portrait of F. B. p. 146, corrected Portrait of Prince B. D. p. 150, corrected England. p. 157, corrected What Happened. A Play in Five Acts. by Gertrude Stein. p. 174, corrected
One. (Van Vechten.) p. 182, Article. p. 185, corrected White Wines. Three Acts. I. Altogether 2. Witnesses. 3. House to House. (Five Women.) p. 188, corrected Braque. p. 195, corrected
IIIIIIIIII. p. 202 A Play. Old and Old., consisting of: 1. Conditions.; 2. Treatment; 3. Collecting Poles.; 4. Invite.; 5. A Told High Floors, Colossal, Swell, Red. 6. Wodos., 7. Grass Trees., and 8. Cut Indians. p. 212, corrected
Susie Asado. p. 227 Mrs. Thursbey. p. 229, A Curtain Raiser. p. 231 Miguel. (Collusion.) Guimpe. Candle. p. 233 Simons. A Bouquet. (necessary) p. 244
In General. p. 263 Thank You. p. 265 A Sweet Tail. p. 267, corrected Carnage. p. 273, corrected Yet Dish. p. 277, corrected Americans. p. 288, corrected In. p. 297, corrected
- ca. 1910-13
- From the Collection: Stein, Gertrude, 1874-1946
Conditions Governing Access
The materials are open for research.
Restricted Fragile Papers in box 173 and cold storage may only be consulted with permission of the appropriate curator. Preservation photocopies for reference use have been substituted in the main files.
Painting in folder 4273: Restricted. On permanent loan to the Yale University Art Gallery. For more information please consult the appropriate curator.
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
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