Alice B. Sheldon, pen name James Tiptree, Jr., papers, 1892-2006  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Sheldon, Alice BradleySmith, Jeffrey and Angela
Title
Alice B. Sheldon, pen name James Tiptree, Jr., papers
Dates
1892-2006 (inclusive)
bulk (bulk)
Quantity
61.75 linear feet, (121 containers)
Collection Number
Coll 455
Summary
Alice B. Sheldon, pen name James Tiptree, Jr. (1915-1987), was a much acclaimed science fiction author, publishing from 1968 to 1987. She was also briefly a painter, an art reviewer for the Chicago Sun, a chicken farmer, and a CIA analyst. She earned a doctorate in experimental psychology, and corresponded with and reviewed the work of several well-known psychologists. This collection contains correspondence, drawings, manuscripts, and her writing, from childhood to her death, in all of these areas.
Repository
University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
UO Libraries--SPC, 1299
University of Oregon
Eugene OR
97403-1299
Telephone: 541-346-3068
Fax: 541-346-3485
spcarref@uoregon.edu
Access Restrictions

The majority of the collection is open to the public. Correspondence between Sheldon and Chelsea Quinn Yarbro (Series VI: Science Fiction; Subseries B: Correspondence) is closed.

Collection includes sound recordings, moving images, or digital files to which access is restricted. Access to these materials is governed by repository policy and may require the production of listening or viewing copies. Researchers requiring access must notify Special Collections and University Archives in advance, and pay fees for reproduction services as necessary.

Collection must be used in Special Collections and University Archives Reading Room.

Languages
English, English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Alice B. Sheldon's life spanned several divergent careers and interests, culminating in her wide success as a feminist science fiction writer. She adopted the pseudonym James Tiptree, Jr. when writing for publication, as well as in her public life and her correspondence with other science fiction authors, recognizing male dominance in this genre and also protecting her earlier academic and intelligence work. While she presented herself as male on paper and in her public persona, acclaim and fandom led to discovery of her female identity. Gender and identity were often strong themes in her writing.

Alice Bradley was born in 1915, the only child of Mary Hastings Bradley and Herbert Bradley. Her father was a lawyer and real-estate investor and her mother a writer and lecturer; both were prominent in Chicago society. Alice and her family lived in a Hyde Park apartment with a penthouse and roof garden and spent summers at their cabin on a Wisconsin lake. Her parents took her on lengthy trips across Africa in 1921, 1924, and 1930. She attended a finishing school in Switzerland for two years when she was fourteen, then the Andrebrook Prep School from 1931 to 1933.

Alice met William Davey, the grandson of Cyrus McCormick (an American inventor and businessperson), at her coming out party on Christmas Eve of 1934; they eloped five days later. They moved to California where Alice pursued her painting, and Bill worked on his writing. They both enrolled at Berkeley, and spent some time in New Mexico and Florida, before divorcing in September of 1941. Shortly thereafter, Alice gave up on her painting, and Bill published a barely-disguised novel of their marriage.

Alice enrolled in the WAACs in August 1942; when they were disbanded in July 1943, Alice transferred to the WACs. By December of 1943, she had been assigned to the Air Force Photo Intelligence Unit in Washington D.C. In May 1945, she was sent on assignment in Europe as the only photo interpretation specialist, and only woman, in a group of fifty technical experts added to Huntington ("Ting") Sheldon's command. She worked in London, Paris, Wiesbaden, and other German cities, collecting and interpreting German photo intelligence documents.

Alice and Ting were married in September of 1945 in Paris. They spent the rest of the year assigned to Wiesbaden, Germany. In January of 1946, they returned to the U.S. and were mustered out of the service in April 1946. Their first business venture after separation from the service was the purchase of a chicken hatchery, which they operated from 1948 until they were recruited by the CIA in 1952. Ting stayed with the CIA for 17 years, but Alice left in the summer of 1955.

She attended the American University from January 1957 to June 1959, earning a B.A. summa cum laude. Alice spent the next eight years at George Washington University working on her Ph.D. in experimental psychology, focusing on novelty and visual perception. She received her degree on February 22, 1967, and then taught university psychology classes for one semester.

Alice Sheldon started writing science fiction as a graduate student. She began sending her work out to publishers in 1967, using the pen name James Tiptree, Jr. to protect her reputation as a scientist and academic (the name "Tiptree" was taken from the brand name of Wilkin and Sons Tiptree marmalade). In 1974, she began using the name Raccoona Sheldon to publish science fiction that she felt would not fit the male James Tiptree, Jr. persona. In 1976, her identity was discovered, and made widely public in 1977. Although she carried on active correspondence with many people, had deep biographical interviews published, and wrote fan letters herself, Sheldon avoided her own fandom, and refused to attend any conventions or award ceremonies. In 1980, at age 65, Alice Sheldon confided her identity as a lesbian in a letter to Joanna Russ.

Suffering from deep depression in 1987 and despairing of her husband's grave illness and need for her continual care, Alice Sheldon shot and killed her husband in his sleep, then shot herself.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The collection is organized into eight series that follow Alice Sheldon's life in approximate chronological order: Family and Personal, Art, Military Service, CIA, Psychology, Science Fiction, Women, and Writing other than science fiction. These series are drawn from Alice's grouping of materials, and many of the folder titles are hers.

Alice Sheldon's diaries and self-analysis are contained in the Family and Personal series of the collection, along with her correspondence with her parents, Mary and Herbert Bradley, and with family friend Harry Bigelow. Alice's drawings done as a child, unpublished poetry and short stories written through the 1950s are in this series. Also included in this series are a wide range of additional materials such as family photographs, newspaper society columns and photos, and some of Mary Bradley's publications and correspondence about their trips through Africa. Most of Alice's correspondence on feminist issues is scattered through letters to colleagues and friends in the science fiction series, but there is also material in the Family and Personal series and in the Women series.

The Art series contains drawings, illustrations, essays, correspondence about art, and reviews from her work for the Chicago Sun. It also contains her manuscript titled "The Psychology of Value in the Graphic Arts". This is a study of how one physically sees art, and what affects one's perception of a picture or other piece of art.

The Military Service series contains Alice Davey's assignment documents, military handbooks, pamphlets, and related correspondence for her service in the WAACs from August 1942 to July 1943, and for her service in the WACs until 1946. There are also drafts of military reports she wrote. As a WAC, Alice Davey worked on interpretation of aerial reconnaissance photos. She also co-authored training publications on map and aerial photo interpretation. This series of the collection contains her manuscript drafts, publications, aerial photos, and maps. Her last military assignment was intelligence gathering activities in East Germany before the Russian occupation. Her Report on German Air Force Photo Intelligence is in the collection.

The CIA Years series includes additional materials on photo intelligence and photo reconnaissance interpretation. Also included is her draft of an intelligence gathering operations manual, and reports analyzing and forecasting communist activities in Africa and Indonesia.

The Psychology series contains her notes as a student, notes for classes she taught, and her research notes, manuscript drafts for her thesis, and journal articles. Correspondence with Richard Walk, Rudolf Arnheim, and other researchers in the field with whom Alice Sheldon continued professional contact is in this series. There are also extensive notes and drawings related to visual perception.

The Science Fiction series contains Tiptree's science fiction manuscripts and the related correspondence; fan letters, both to her and from her to other writers; correspondence with friends in the field and often, copies of their publications. This group of correspondence with other writers is a rich resource for the researcher on the topics of writing and personal relationships Sheldon developed over the course of her life as a writer. There is also a collection of science fiction magazines, newsletters, fanzines, and journals.

The series title "Women" comes from Sheldon's labeled files. Some of her science fiction correspondence was also sorted by gender. This series contains correspondence, a lecture, manuscripts, and topic notes. The files are sorted alphabetically by type, then by correspondent's name, the title, or the subject.

The "Writing Miscellaneous" series contains correspondence, notes, essays, and documents related to writing and publication but not covered in other categories.

Large documents, newspapers, and maps are stored in the Oversize Miscellaneous series.

The Audio and Video Recordings series contains 14 audio tapes including Alice Sheldon's notes on science fiction stories, audio letters to her mother, and a tape from Ursula Le Guin. A Wiscon 21 convention dramatization of The Man Who Walked Home, an adaptation of The Girl Who Was Plugged, and a copy of The Screwfly Solution are the three video recordings.

The Photograph series contains book jacket and promotional photos of Alice Sheldon, photos of herself and her husband at home, family photos of herself as a child and of her parents, and a few photos of friends.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Property rights reside with Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries. Copyright resides with the creators of the documents or their heirs. All requests for permission to publish collection materials must be submitted to Special Collections and University Archives. The reader must also obtain permission of the copyright holder.

Archival material may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal and/or state right to privacy laws and other regulations.

Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g. a cause of action for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of Oregon assumes no responsibility.

If a researcher finds sensitive personal information in a collection, please bring it to the attention of the reading room staff.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Alice B. Sheldon, pen name James Tiptree, Jr., papers, Coll 455, Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Alternative Forms Available

Selected items are available online in the Alice B. Sheldon, pen name James Tiptree, Jr. Papers in Oregon Digital, specifically correspondence with Joanna Russ (Series VI, Box 74, Folders 1-19).

Selected sound recordings in this collection are available as digital audio files in Special Collections and University Archives, specifically Series X, Box 119, Audiotapes 4, 9-13.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  Family and PersonalReturn to Top

This series ncludes non-professional correspondence, early compositions, diaries, self-analysis notes, documents, and memorabilia.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries A: Correspondence
Please note that professional correspondence is filed under the related topic, e.g. letters regarding science fiction are filed in Series VI: Science Fiction, and letters related to war service are filed in Series III: Military Service.
Box Folder
1 1
Alice Bradley to her mother, written on birch bark
ca. 1925
1 2
Alice Bradley to parents c 1920-c 1928, her mother to Alice 1955
ca. 1920-May 23, 1955
1 3
correspondence: Alice and Mary Bradley to Herbert Bradley, includes drawings
1928
1 4
Mary Bradley to Herbert Bradley re Alice's leave-taking to Switzerland
c September 1929
1 5
Alice Bradley to Parents
August 1, 1929-October 31, 1929
1 6
Alice Bradley to Parents
November 3, 1929-November 30, 1929
1 7
Alice Bradley to Parents
December 8, 1929-December 30, 1929
1 8
Alice Bradley to Parents
January 1, 1930-March 26, 1930
1 9
Alice Bradley to Parents
April 9, 1930-April 28, 1930
1 10
Alice Bradley to Parents
May 28, 1930-July 24, 1930
1 11
Alice Bradley to Parents, valentines
ca. 1930
1 12
Alice Bradley to Parents
October 3, 1932-May 19, 1933
1 13
Alice Bradley to Parents
ca. 1932-ca. 1933
1 14
Alice Bradley to Parents, description of Davey's book
ca. 1938
1 15
Alice Davey to Parents
August 12, 1942-August 25, 1942
1 16
Alice Davey to Parents
ca. 1943
1 17
Alice Davey to Parents
January 12, 1943-June 29, 1943
1 18
Alice Davey to Parents
July 6, 1943-August 18, 1943
1 19
Alice Davey to Parents
November 5, 1943-November 22, 1943
1 20
Alice Davey to Parents
December 17, 1943-December 27, 1943
1 21
Alice Davey to Parents
January 2, 1944-March 14, 1944
1 22
Alice Davey to Parents
April 2, 1944-May 22, 1944
2 1
Alice Davey to Mary Bradley re Herbert Bradley, A.C. Spectorsky
ca. 1940-ca. 1942
2 2
Alice Davey to Mr. Hammond re persecution
ca. 1942-ca. 1945
2 3
Les Fougeres secretary to Mary Bradley re Alice's school work
April 10, 1930
2 4
School reports to Alice Bradley's parents
September 25, 1933-March 30, 1934
2 5
Alice Davey to Parents
June 3, 1944-July 31, 1944
2 6
Alice Davey to Parents
August 1, 1944-December 16, 1944
2 7
Alice Davey to Parents
January 1, 1945-July 17, 1945
2 8
Alice Davey to Parents
July 23, 1945-September 17, 1945
2 9
Alice Sheldon to Parents
September 29, 1945-October 29, 1945
2 10
Alice Sheldon to Parents
November 1, 1945-December 19, 1945
2 11
Alice Sheldon to Parents
December 23, 1945-March 17, 1946
2 12
Alice Sheldon to Ting
April 1, 1946
2 13
Alice Sheldon to Parents
April 5, 1946-October 13, 1946
2 14
Alice Sheldon to Parents
January 1, 1947-June 12, 1947
2 15
Alice Sheldon to Parents
July 5, 1947-February 1, 1948
2 16
Alice Sheldon to Parents
March 14, 1948-May 30, 1948
2 17
Alice Sheldon to Parents
October 15, 1948-December 25, 1948
2 18
Alice Sheldon to Parents
January 8, 1949-April 21, 1949
2 19
Alice Sheldon to Parents
June 15, 1949-July 18, 1949
2 20
Alice Sheldon to Parents
October 20, 1949-November 17, 1949
3 1
Alice Sheldon to Parents
February 17, 1950-March 20, 1950
3 2
Alice Sheldon to Parents
April 1, 1950-April 29, 1950
3 3
Alice Sheldon to Parents
May 6, 1950-January 15, 1951
3 4
Mary Bradley to Alice Bradley
September 1929-March 1930
3 5
Mary Bradley to Alice Bradley
April-April 1931
3 6
Mary Bradley to Alice Bradley at Andrebrook
1931-1933
3 7
Mary Bradley to Alice Bradley
February 1933-April 1933
3 8
Herbert Bradley to Alice Bradley
October 16, 1929-December 30, 1929
3 9
Herbert Bradley to Alice Bradley
January 6, 1930-February 27, 1930
3 10
Herbert Bradley to Alice Bradley
March 5, 1930-April 26, 1930
3 11
Herbert Bradley to Alice Bradley
May 6, 1930-May 20, 1930
3 12
Herbert Bradley to Alice Bradley
May 4, 1932-May 18, 1932
3 13
Harry Bigelow to Alice Bradley
ca. 1929-July 1933
3 14
Mary Bradley to Alice Sheldon
May 31, 1956
3 15
Mary Bradley to Alice Sheldon, envelope addressed to The Greenbriers
January 31, 1957
3 16
Alice Sheldon to Mary Bradley
July 14, 1974-December 27, 1975
3 17
Alice Sheldon to Huntington Sheldon
March 26, 1956
3 18
Alice Sheldon to Huntington Sheldon, while at the lodge
ca. 1950-ca. 1970
3 19
Alice Sheldon to Margaret and Willard re mother's illness, Apollo mission
October 23, 1968-December 23, 1968
3 20
Peter Sheldon to Alice Sheldon
September 5, 1978
4 1
Adams, J Donald of NY Times from Alice Sheldon
December 10, 1956
4 2
American Humanist Society fliers
ca. 1963
4 3
Bancroft Book Store order
ca. 1935-ca. 1940
4 4
Barns, Elizabeth to Mary Bradley re Africa
March 11, 1924
4 5
Bob (no last name) about raccoons
November 16, 1984
4 6
Book, Ada Lucian aka Alice Sheldon to NYT drama editor re Ed Ricketts
December 1, 1955
4 7
B. P. Postcard
November 29, 1967
4 8
Brewer, Phyllis
June 14, 1978
4 9
Buchanan, Dr. Douglas to Alice Sheldon
July 17, 1975-July 21, 1975
4 10
Bull, Mrs. Bartle
April 30, 1978
4 11
Carrier Foundation, flier on 21st Symposium on Pain
September 1981
4 12
Charities, miscellaneous donations
February 13, 1968
4 13
Charlie and Rosemary (no last name) about fishing trip
August 20, 1980
4 14
"D" aka "Dino" from Alice Sheldon
August 11, 1954-October 16, 1954
4 15
Soeur Dina to Alice Sheldon
ca. 1954
4 16
Ed (no last name) from Alice Sheldon
July 19, 1954-July 31, 1954
4 17
Ed (no last name) to Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon
March 29, 1976
4 18
Evans, Murray re daffodils
1977
4 19
To "Friends" from Alice Bradley
ca. 1939-ca. 1940
4 20
Hartman, Richard P. re poultry selector's school
February 3, 1948-August 25, 1948
4 21
Hatfield, James Taft to Mary Hasting Bradley
September 13, 1925
4 22
Hill, Suzanne D. to Alice Sheldon
April 10, 1978
4 23
"Hotsie" to "May and Lew" describing Alice and Ting's wedding
September 22, 1945
4 24
To Dr. K from Alice Sheldon, self analysis
August 18, 1955-September 27, 1955
4 25
Kuehn, W.S. to Alice Sheldon re auction of Wisconsin household items, photo
September 13, 1977
4 26
Kurt (no last name), unsent, about Boca Paila
February 27, 1979
4 27
"Lee" re Walter Reed Hospital stay from Alice Bradley
1943
4 28
Lerner, Max from Alice Sheldon
November 4, 1956-January 10, 1957
4 29
"Little Scarlet" aka Honey re recommendation of Dr. Harper
December 1, 1974-December 5, 1974
4 30
Marjorali, Fanny; letter to Alice from a friend of Mary Bradley
January 29, 1928
4 31
McCutcheon Sr, John T. to Herbert Bradley invitation to Treasure Island
March 7, c1920-c1949
4 32
Pfeiffer, Edwin of CBS re Martin Agronsky show
July 29, 1981
4 33
to Russell, Bertrand re philosophic liberalism and science from Alice Sheldon
ca. 1950
4 34
Science, editor re traffic patterns
October 28, 1967
4 35
Simons, Howard of The Washington Post on garden section
February 13, 1968
4 36
Skip (no last name), unsent
ca. 1975-ca. 1985
4 37
Stokes, Charles; New Year Prophecy for 1980 by Rev. M. Sycalik
1980
4 38
Times Atlas of the World, flier with note to order
ca. 1975
4 39
Tyler, Gus and Lucille Lawrentz re political activism from Alice Sheldon
September 16, 1956-October 22, 1956
4 40
Tyler, Gus from Alice Sheldon re political stance
April 17, 1956
4 41
To un-named from Alice Sheldon
July 1955-September 14, 1956
4 42
To un-named about Harry from Alice Sheldon
ca. 1956
4 43
To un-named, letter fragments from Alice Sheldon
no date
4 44
Unidentified cards
ca. 1965-ca. 1987
4 45
US Post Office box rental
November 30, 1972-April 23, 1977
4 46
United Virginia Bank, statements
September 25, 1978-October 4, 1978
4 47
Vive La Difference, merchandise flyer
February 1, 1978
4 48
To Walter, from Alice Sheldon while at the Wardman Park Hotel
no date
4 49
Whitridge, Eugenia re bibliography of "old boys"
1942
Subseries B: Early Compositions by Alice Bradley Davey Sheldon
Box Folder
5 1
Essay: "A Short Catalogue of the Main Types of a Useful Article"
ca. 1925-ca. 1934
5 2
Essay: draft on restraint outside of art
ca. 1935-ca. 1949
5 3
Essay: "Why does the baby scream?" analysis of art
ca. 1935
5 4
Essay: draft on femininity and society
ca. 1935
5 5
Essay: "A short destructive inquiry into modern aesthetics of painting"
ca. 1940
5 6
Essay: "Something to Remember Me By" on the plight of women
1940
5 7
Essay: on Dostoyevsky
1943
5 8
Essay: "London notes", "Images of France", "Green" from "Letters to My Sister"
1945
5 9
Essay: The Cynic, or Thoughts Upon the Occasion of Marrying an Old Fat Man" from "Letters to my Sister"
1945
5 10
Essay: "Aesthetic Theory"
ca. 1940s-ca. 1950s
5 11
Essay: Chess and War
ca. 1940s-ca. 1950s
5 12
Essay: definition of an Art Critic
ca. 1940s-ca. 1950s
5 13
Essay: "Ends", "Means"
ca. 1940s-ca. 1950s
5 14
Essay: "The Gentle Art of Photo Interpretation"
ca. 1940s-ca. 1950s
5 15
Essay: on Religion and the mysteries
ca. 1940s-ca. 1950s
5 16
Essay: "3 People"
ca. 1940s
5 17
Essay: "2 Types: polymorphous…"
ca. 1950s
5 18
Essay: "A Political Primer for Intellectuals"
ca. 1950s
5 19
Essay: "A Sidelight on Assimilation and Antisemitism"
ca. 1950s
5 20
Essay: "Apologies", "the Imagination is a Terrible Thing"
ca. 1950s
5 21
Essay: "Can we find a substitute for death?"
ca. 1950s
5 22
Essay: fragments on "Jews and Gentiles", antisemitism
ca. 1950s
5 23
Essay: letter to the editor on Herberg's note on Church and State
ca. 1950s
5 24
Essay: "Men and Women"
ca. 1950s
5 25
Essay: "Note on Islam"
ca. 1950s
5 26
Essay: Notes on political power and power instability
ca. 1950s
5 27
Essay: "Tales of a Paranoid"
ca. 1950s
5 28
Essay: "The American Businessmen"
ca. 1950s
5 29
Essay: "The Hungry People" communication
ca. 1950s
5 30
Essay: "The Identification with Groups"
ca. 1950s
5 31
Essay: "The Uncreated Conscience"
ca. 1950s
5 32
Essay: "Utopia--The Missing Dream"
ca. 1950s
5 33
Essay: "Why Republicans are Wrong on Foreign Policy"
ca. 1950s
5 34
Essay: on William Buckley's book "God and Man at Yale"
ca. 1950s
5 35
Essay: "The Aristocrat Discovered"
1952
5 36
Essay: Notes on Republican Convention 1952
1952
5 37
Essay: "On the Advantages of Being a Putty Puddle"
ca. 1954
5 38
Essay: "The Communication Problem in Psychoanalysis or, How Does a Semantician Get Psyched?"
ca. 1955-ca. 1957
5 39
Essay: "The Macaroni Flagpole aka The Spaghetti Flagpole aka A Bad Case of the Dangles"
ca. 1974-ca. 1982
5 40
Essay: "Lost Lodge" a description of the Wisconsin property and its history, correspondence
ca. 1979-ca. 1980
6 1
Notes: Miscellaneous writing, notes
ca. 1930-ca. 1934
6 2
Notes: Nazis and early groups
ca. 1940s-ca. 1950s
6 3
Notes: on American Veterans Committee Constitution "wooly" language
ca. 1944-ca. 1951
6 4
Notes: Observations on the Editorial Art
post 1950
6 5
Notes: "Bits and Scenes", "Advertising Slogans"
ca. 1950s
6 6
Notes: on compulsions and treatments
ca. 1950s
6 7
Notes: definitions of philosophic terms
ca. 1950s
6 8
Notes: describing characters, types
ca. 1950s
6 9
Notes: description of production of radio program with labor organizations
ca. 1950s
6 10
Notes: on "Der Fuehrer" by Konrad Heiden
ca. 1950s
6 11
Notes: fragment on Toynbee's Catholicism
ca. 1950s
6 12
Notes: ideas for essays
ca. 1950s
6 13
Notes: on impeachment of Andrew Johnson
ca. 1950s
6 14
Notes: on Jonathan Daniels and Raymond Moley's political publications
ca. 1950s
6 15
Notes: "Property and Freedom" on Hotel Seymour letterhead
ca. 1950s
6 16
Notes: quotations of Joyce and Yeats; "Notes on the Times"
ca. 1950s
6 17
Notes: "quotations of a paranoid schizophrene"
ca. 1950s
6 18
Notes: on Estes Kefauver (copy, original restricted access)
March 25, 1956
6 19
Notes: test of God
no date
6 20
Play: One Act Play "Horses, Horses, Crazy Over Horses"
ca. 1929-ca. 1934
6 21
Play: Three Act Play
ca. 1935-ca. 1940
6 22
Poetry: "Fairy Queen"
ca. 1920-ca. 1925
6 23
Poetry: "Happy Birthday To My Dear Father"
ca. 1920-ca. 1925
6 24
Poetry: "Puppy Dog Tails"
ca. 1925-ca. 1930
6 25
Poetry: "Ravings of a Horse Lover", "Dawn Hour"
ca. 1925-ca. 1932
6 26
Poetry: about fireflies
July 1928
6 27
Poetry: "Of Certain Well-Made Dolls"
1929
6 28
Poetry: "Mademoiselle"
ca. 1929-ca. 1932
6 29
Poetry: "Cold Shower"
ca. 1929-ca. 1934
6 30
Poetry: "Dog and Cat"
ca. 1929-ca. 1934
6 31
Poetry: "Twilight"
ca. 1929-ca. 1934
6 32
Poetry: "A Fragment of the Machine Age", "Policy", "Helen, My Strawberry Helen"
ca. 1930-ca. 1934
6 33
Poetry: "Apropos of Now", "Award of Merit"
ca. 1930-ca. 1934
6 34
Poetry: "In Dearness of the Open Night"
ca. 1930-ca. 1934
6 35
Poetry: "Loud Cry of Leprosy"
ca. 1930-ca. 1934
6 36
Poetry: "Song of a Baby's Night"
ca. 1930-ca. 1934
6 37
Poetry: "Stepchild", The Egomaniac of a Boarding School", "Tea"
ca. 1930-ca. 1934
6 38
Poetry: "the Old Abbey Ruin"
ca. 1930-ca. 1934
6 39
Poetry: "For Life", "Me and My Shadow", "The Cannibal is Lonely"
ca. 1935-ca. 1940
6 40
Poetry: "Grapefruit Souvenir", "No Rain on the Lashes", "Escape Artist"
ca. 1935-ca. 1941
6 41
Poetry: "Love" re carrots
June 1940
6 42
Poetry: "A Young Lady Named Schmidt", "Repression"
no date
6 43
Poetry: "Carefree Song"
no date
6 44
School chemistry chart
no date
6 45
School themes
ca. 1930-ca. 1934
6 46
School themes
ca. 1930-ca. 1934
6 47
School exams in philosophy
ca. 1935-ca. 1941
6 48
School paper on Lord Balfour
no date
6 49
Poetry: "Us-ness", "Beetle", notes on Russia 1917
no date
7 1
Story: "A Savage Place"
ca. 1930-ca. 1935
7 2
Story: "I Told You He Bites"
ca. 1930-ca. 1935
7 3
Story: "The Jolt"
ca. 1930-ca. 1935
7 4
Story: "The Mana Drawings"
ca. 1930-ca. 1935
7 5
Story: "Jean Jean's Day"
ca. 1925-ca. 1934
7 6
Story: "Melpomene Great Goddess"
ca. 1930-ca. 1934
7 7
Story: "The Name of the Song Was Called"
ca. 1930-ca. 1934
7 8
Story: "To What Camelot"
ca. 1930-ca. 1934
7 9
Story: "Varied Are the Lemmings"
ca. 1930-ca. 1934
7 10
Story: "Who Chase the Unicorn"
ca. 1930-ca. 1934
7 11
Story: "about a perfect murderer"
ca. 1930-ca. 1934
7 12
Story: "Carla "manuscript fragment
ca. 1940s-ca. 1950s
7 13
Story: "Conversation in a Mirror"
ca. 1940s-ca. 1950s
7 14
Story: "Hotel Coffee Shop" from "Letters to My Sister"
ca. 1940s-ca. 1950s
7 15
Story: "Reading in the Army, An Informal Account", book list, from "Letters to My Sister"
ca. 1940s-ca. 1950s
7 16
Story: "The Prodigy"
ca. 1940s-ca. 1950s
7 17
Story: "The Enemy"
ca. 1945-ca. 1947
7 18
Story: "The Least of These"
April 4, 1945
7 19
Story: "Ingeborg's Aches"
April 9, 1945
7 20
Story: "The Lucky Ones" from the New Yorker
November 16, 1946
7 21
Story: "The Lucky Ones" from the New Yorker
November 16, 1946
7 22
Story: "It Is Morning"
ca. 1950s
7 23
Story: "Out of This World" manuscript
ca. 1950s
7 24
Story: "Out of This World "work plan
ca. 1950s
7 25
Story: "The Incubator Murders"
ca. 1950s
7 26
Story: "The Long Night", signed as by A. Baran
ca. 1950s
7 27
Story: "The Mind Mice"
ca. 1950s
8 1
Story: "The Secret Egg" draft 1
ca. 1950s
8 2
Story: "The Secret Egg" draft 2
ca. 1950s
8 3
Story: "When God Died"
ca. 1950s
8 4
Story: untitled - fragment in the snow on a path beside a railroad embankment
ca. 1925-ca. 1934
8 5
Story: untitled - fragment with character Colonel DeSoto
ca. 1950s
8 6
Story: untitled - fragment with characters Frederick and Angela Snyder
ca. 1950s
8 7
Story: untitled - fragment with characters McNulty, Durand, Werner
ca. 1950s
8 8
Story: untitled - outline of a "round" story
ca. 1950s
8 9
Story: untitled - about "the greatest power in the world"
ca. 1950s
8 10
Story: untitled - about a dear John letter
ca. 1950s
8 11
Story: untitled - about a dear John letter, rejected pages
ca. 1950s
8 12
Story: untitled - material for a space opera
ca. 1950s
8 13
Story: untitled - notes on Jewish survivors of WWII living in New Jersey
ca. 1950s
8 14
Story: untitled SF about conqueror with emblem of golden turtle (copy, original restricted access)
ca. 1950s
8 15
Story: "Go From Me" manuscript
no date
8 16
Story: "Go From Me" or "The Victories of Light" manuscript
no date
8 17
Story: "No Earthly Shore"
no date
8 18
Story: "The Survivor"
no date
9 1
Story: Imaginary America of the Future, Chapter 1
ca. 1950s
9 2
Story: Imaginary America of the Future, Chapter 2
ca. 1950s
9 3
Story: Imaginary America of the Future, Chapter 3
ca. 1950s
9 4
Story: Imaginary America of the Future, Chapter 3, cont.
ca. 1950s
9 5
Story: Imaginary America of the Future, Chapter 4
ca. 1950s
9 6
Story: Imaginary America of the Future, Chapter 5
ca. 1950s
9 7
Story: Imaginary America of the Future, Chapter 6
ca. 1950s
9 8
Story: Imaginary America of the Future, Chapter 6, cont.
ca. 1950s
9 9
Story: Imaginary America of the Future, fanatic speech
ca. 1950s
9 10
Story: Imaginary America of the Future, planning, characters
ca. 1950s
9 11
Story: Imaginary America of the Future, prehistory
ca. 1950s
9 12
Story: Imaginary America of the Future, rejected pages (depression, summer of certainties)
ca. 1950s
10 1
Story: Imaginary America of the Future, rejected pages (Events after Elections)
ca. 1950s
10 2
Story: Imaginary America of the Future, rejected pages (F)
ca. 1950s
10 3
Story: Imaginary America of the Future, rejected pages (G, I)
ca. 1950s
10 4
Story: Imaginary America of the Future, rejected pages (I20-I50, Oct, K)
ca. 1950s
10 5
Story: Imaginary America of the Future, rejected pages (Mile's job in store)
ca. 1950s
10 6
Story: Imaginary America of the Future, rejected pages (Straight's Atom Speech)
ca. 1950s
10 7
Story: Imaginary America of the Future, rejected pages (X1-X20)
ca. 1950s
10 8
Story: Imaginary America of the Future, rejected pages (X21-X48)
ca. 1950s
10 9
Story: W. Horge - Episodes p.1-42
ca. 1950s
10 10
Story: W. Horge - Episodes p.43-119
ca. 1950s
10 11
Story: W. Horge - "Old Horge stuff - junk"
ca. 1950s
10 12
Story: W. Horge - "Old Horge stuff - junk" cont.
ca. 1950s
10 13
Story: W. Horge - "Old Horge Stuff" planning notes, excerpts
ca. 1950s
Subseries C: Self-analysis, diaries, appointment books, notes
Box Folder
11 1
Diary: Composition book pages musing on school years
ca. 1935
11 2
Diary: Composition book with scattered erotic notes
1935
11 3
Diary: California, April 5-9
ca. 1935-ca. 1940
11 4
Diary: "Plan the first 25 years of life"
ca. 1935-ca. 1940
11 5
Notes: musing on death, love, excess, etc. with sketches
ca. 1935-ca. 1941
11 6
Notes: "Personal death does not exist", message in format of telegram, song list
no date
11 7
Diary: with "discussion on suicide"
July 1940
11 8
Diary: Carmel, Ca 1941 Art
May 1941-June 1941
11 9
Diary: "Diary of a Whistling Girl"
ca. 1941-ca. 1942
11 10
Diary: application and acceptance to OCS
November 4, 1942-November 28, 1942
11 11
Diary: service in the WAAC, pocket diary
January 1, 1943-February 7, 1944
11 12
Diary: service in the WAAC
May 23, 1943-June 15, 1944
11 13
Notes: love letter to "Dearest Pussy"
no date
11 14
Diary: Notes on sexuality with Huntington, from "Letters to My Sister"
April 23, 1945-July 25, 1945
11 15
Diary: "Letters To My Sister", small bound 4x5 diary
1945-September 21, 1947
11 16
Diary: from "Letters To My Sister"
ca. 1945-ca. 1947
11 17
Diary: essay "The Laboratory of Me: Life as an Experiment"
ca. 1950s
11 18
Diary: on work for undergraduate degree in psychology
November 3, 1955-June 20, 1959
11 19
Notes: Operational (self) Analysis
ca. 1950s
11 20
Diary note
September 6, 1956
11 21
Diary: Yucatan 3x5 spiral notebook, 4 business cards
January 31, 1970-February 26, 1970
11 22
Diary: notes, copy of letter to Alfie
March 31, 1974-May 2, 1985
11 23
Diary re hand surgery, stories, Yucatan
November 4, 1974-January 9, 1975
11 24
Notes: miscellaneous
no date
12 1
Diary: with notes, correspondence for Dr. Robert Harper, therapist
January 8, 1975-July 7, 1975
12 2
Diary: with notes, correspondence for Dr. Robert Harper, therapist
July 16, 1975-October 29, 1975
12 3
Diary: with notes, correspondence for Dr. Robert Harper, therapist
October 30, 1975-February 14, 1976
12 4
Diary: with notes, correspondence for Dr. Robert Harper, therapist
January 11, 1977-November 11, 1977
12 5
Notes: for Dr. Robert Harper re Ting's alcoholism
ca. 1975-ca. 1977
12 6
"The New Psychotherapies by Robert A. Harper
1975
12 7
Notes: on pain and drug use
ca. 1975-ca. 1985
12 8
Notes: on Marion Buchanan's death
ca. 1975-ca. 1985
12 9
Diary: Going Ungently Down, part 1 hand written
February 22, 1976-May 28, 1976
12 10
Diary: Going Ungently Down, part 2
May 28, 1976-August 16, 1976
12 11
Diary: Going Ungently Down, part 1 retyped
February 22, 1976-May 28, 1976
12 12
Diary: The fall Mary died and Tiptree was unmasked
September 1976-January 19, 1977
12 13
Notes: Alice Sheldon's notes on her mother's estate dispersal
ca. 1976
12 14
Diary: in Yucatan, story ideas, health
November 20, 1977-February 2, 1978
12 15
Diary: Notes
1977-August 12, 1985
12 16
Diary: Note on scene at hospital over drug prescriptions
March 21, 1978-March 23, 1978
12 17
Diary: on recognition of inevitability of death, plot ideas
July 1978
12 18
Diary: Yucatan, story ideas
December 22, 1978-January 5, 1978
12 19
Notes: Zoster-Pox
no date
12 20
Notes: on meeting suffragette, Gus Tyler, David Dubinsky, etc.
September 1979
12 21
Notes: miscellaneous
December 1980-January 1981
12 22
miscellaneous: Hemlock Society booklets
1984
12 23
Diary: Huntington Sheldon's diary of trips to the Lodge
1969-1975
Subseries D: Mary Bradley's Career
Box Folder
13 1
Autobiographical notes
no date
13 2
Unidentified poem
April 19, 1904
13 3
Letters in French from a friend in the Belgian Congo
October 1, 1921-December 21, 1921
13 4
correspondence Alice Dickey
ca. 1921-April 6, 1945
13 5
Alice Dickey's announcements of Mary Bradley's lectures
ca. 1921-ca. 1940
13 6
Announcements of Mary Bradley's lectures
ca. 1921-ca. 1940
13 7
Drawing for book frontpiece "Alice Hastings Bradley, Her Book"
ca. 1926-ca. 1930
13 8
List of publications and lectures
no date
13 9
Biography drafts, description of home, picture
ca. 1932
13 10
Newspaper human interest articles
August 5, 1928-November 19, 1936
13 11
"How writers are Made" by Alice Dickey
ca. 1930s
13 12
Envelopes from Herbert and to the publisher Harold Ober
1941-1944
13 13
"Mary's Day" menu from Atlantic crossing to Africa
February 12, 1951
13 14
Citations and reviews from 1921-1937
ca. 1924-April 9, 1998
13 15
Original fragile clippings for Box 13 folders 10 and 14
ca. 1925-1936
13 16
Memorabilia: original fragile clippings for Box14 folder 3 Alice Bradley Davey society pages
1932-1943
Subseries E: Memorabilia and Miscellaneous
Box Folder
14 1
Memorabilia: Andrebrook Literary Highlights
May 1933
14 2
Memorabilia: Alice Bradley's Andrebrook Diploma
June 2, 1933
14 3
Memorabilia: Alice Bradley's society clippings
1932-1947
14 4
Memorabilia: Alice Sheldon's bulletin board and desk copies of clippings
ca. 1987
14 5
Memorabilia: Alice Sheldon's bulletin board and desk notes and sketches
ca. 1987
14 6
Memorabilia: The American University Commencement Program
June 7, 1959
14 7
Memorabilia: Appointment book
August 26, 1934-December 30, 1934
14 8
Memorabilia: flier for New School variety show by Betty Barr and John Langdon-Davies
ca. 1934
14 9
Miscellaneous: Atomic power newspaper clippings
October 6, 1954
14 10
Miscellaneous: Electronic handwriting analysis cards for Alice Sheldon, James Tiptree, Huntington Sheldon
ca. 1964-ca. 1965
14 11
Miscellaneous: Medlicott-Tate Family History
1946
14 12
Miscellaneous: New York University bursar's receipt
February 3, 1937
14 13
Miscellaneous: School notebook of Victor Hugo quotes
ca. 1925-ca. 1934
14 14
Miscellaneous: valentine
no date
14 15
Book: "Air Spy" by Constance Babington-Smith
1957
14 16
Book: "Arms, Angels, Epitaphs, and Bones" by William Davey
1935
14 17
Book: "Marcel Proust" lecture by Henri C.-E. David, inscribed
1936
15 1
Book: "The Nature and Elements of Poetry" by Edmund Clarence Stedman
1892
15 2
Book: "Genius" by Edmund Clarence Stedman
1911
15 3
Book: "Edmund Clarence Stedman Life and Letters" Vol. I
1910
16 1
Book: "Edmund Clarence Stedman Life and Letters" Vol. II
1910
16 2
Book: "Toward a Philosophy of History" by Ortega Gasset
1941-1946
17 1
Memorabilia: Address stamp for James Tiptree, Jr.
1967-1987
17 2
Memorabilia: Deck of cards titled Votes for Women
no date
17 3
Memorabilia: Embosser for A. B. S., Alice Bradley Sheldon
ca. 1950-ca. 1987
17 4
Memorabilia: Embossing plate for A. B. S., Alice Bradley Sheldon
ca. 1950-ca. 1987
17 5
Memorabilia: Nazi Iron Cross 1st class medal
1939
17 6
Memorabilia: Nazi Honor Roll Luftwaffe clasp medal
1944
17 7
Memorabilia: origami bird
no date

Series II:  Art: drawings, reviews, speeches, technical writingReturn to Top

This series includes work done as an art critic for the Chicago Sun, her own sketches, and her technical manuscript on perception in art.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
18 1
Alice Bradley art, 5-10 years old
ca. 1920-ca. 1925
18 2
Alice Bradley art, teen age
ca. 1927-ca. 1933
18 3
Alice Bradley art, horses
no date
18 4
Alice Davey art, miscellaneous pen/pencil drawings
ca. 1935-ca. 1940
18 5
Alice Davey art, WAAC Christmas Card
ca. 1943
18 6
James Tiptree Jr. art, drawings from "How to have an absolutely hilarious heart attach"
1976
18 7
James Tiptree Jr. art, Compass drawing for "Letters from Yucatan and other points of the soul"
ca. 1985
18 8
Chicago Sun Art reviews
May 17, 1942-August 9, 1942
18 9
Chicago Sun Notebook: articles, correspondence
December 3, 1941-July 1942
18 10
Chicago Sun Notebook: War Posters, correspondence, proposal
June 2, 1942-August 14, 1942
18 11
Chicago Sun Notebook: speech given to a "commie front organization"
1941
18 12
Chicago Sun Notebook: speech on "a brief history of Chicago art"
December 7, 1941
18 13
correspondence: Panofsky, Edwin
November 22, 1955-December 23, 1955
18 14
correspondence: Smith, Bob drawings for a microbiology lab manual
ca. 1973
18 15
Drawing by unknown artist
no date
18 16
Notes on perception of light/dark, white/black
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
18 17
The Psychology of Value in the Graphic Arts, Notebook 1, Section 1: outline, plan, introduction
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
18 18
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 1, Section 2: Seeing the Real World
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
18 19
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 1, Section 3: Seeing Light and Dark
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
18 20
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 1, Section 4: notes, early draft, drawings
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
18 21
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 1, Section 5: Color
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
19 1
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 1, Section 6: Color cont.
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
19 2
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 1, Section 7: Color cont.
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
19 3
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 1, Section 8: Surface, Weight, Size
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
19 4
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 1, Section 9: Distance, Shape, Space, Number
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
19 5
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 2, Section 1: Seeing Works of Art
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
19 6
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 2, Section 2: Advance Attitudes, Naming
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
19 7
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 2, Section 3: Communication
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
19 8
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 2, Section 4: Organic Energy
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
19 9
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 2, Section 5: Summary of Theory
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
19 10
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 2, Section 6: Analysis of six paintings
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
19 11
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 2, Section 7: Analysis diagrams
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
19 12
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 2, Section 8: Essays, Components of Art, Of Painting, Beauty
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
19 13
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 2, Section 9: Essays, Critiques, Art as Experience, Langfield's Unity
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
19 14
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 2, Section 10: Essays, Santayana, Pleasure in Beauty, Aesthetics
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
19 15
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 2, Section 11: Essays, Freud vs Jung, Relations to Other Arts, Ruskin
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
19 16
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 2, Section 12: Notes, Analysis notes, graphs
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
20 1
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 2, Section 13: Miscellaneous Notes, graphs on analysis
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
20 2
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 2, Section 14: The Ocular Path of Artist looking at Custer's Last Stand
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
20 3
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 2, Section 15: Analysis of Demoiselles D'Avignon
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
20 4
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 3, Section 1: Direction, Seeing, Location and Distribution
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
20 5
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 3, Section 2: Location, direction, Motion and Balance
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
20 6
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 3, Section 3: Motion and Balance cont.
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
20 7
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 3, Section 4: The Saccadic Pattern
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
21 1
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 3, Section 5: The Saccadic Pattern cont.
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
21 2
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 3, Section 6: The Saccadic Pattern cont.
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
21 3
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 3, Section 7: The Saccadic Pattern cont., Nucleation
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
21 4
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 3, Section 8: The Saccadic Pattern cont., Number, Conclusion
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
21 5
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 3, Section 9: The Saccadic Pattern cont., Network
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
21 6
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 3, Section 10: Neural Mechanics
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
21 7
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 3, Section 11: Shape, Space, Naming, Organization
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
21 8
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 3, Section 12: Shape, Space, Naming, Organization
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
21 9
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 3, Section 13: Equilibrium, Optical Illusion, Saccadia Pattern
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
21 10
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 3, Section 14: Equilibrium, Optical Illusion, Saccadia Pattern
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
21 11
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 3, Section 15: miscellaneous, Plan, Attensity of Field
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
22 1
The Psychology of Value..., Notebook 3, Section 16: References, Bibliography
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
22 2
The Psychology of Value in the Graphic Arts, Vol 1, manuscript (1)
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
22 3
The Psychology of Value in the Graphic Arts, Vol 1, notes, drawings, manuscript(2)
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
22 4
The Psychology of Value in the Graphic Arts, Vol 1, notes, manuscript(3)
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
22 5
Figures workbook, perception (1)
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
22 6
Figures workbook, perception (2)
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
22 7
Figures workbook, perception (3)
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
22 8
Figures workbook, perception (4)
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
22 9
Figures workbook, perception (5)
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
22 10
Figures workbook, perception (6)
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
22 11
Figures workbook, perception (7)
ca. 1946-ca. 1960

Series III:  Military ServiceReturn to Top

This series reflects Sheldon's career during World War II.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries A: WAAC and WAC assignments, training, correspondence
Box Folder
23 1
WAAC: Procedures
June 28, 1942-June 17, 1943
23 2
WAAC: Procedures and notes
June 28, 1942-June 17, 1943
23 3
WAAC: Methods of Training, or "the Worst Course I Ever Had"
1942
23 4
WAAC: The Company Commander, leadership
ca. 1943
23 5
WAAC: Orders and Promotions
September 14, 1942-April 1, 1947
23 6
WAAC: General Board Hearing, correspondence on Alice Davey's Camp Patrick Henry difficulties
May 10, 1943-November 29, 1943
23 7
WAAC: Alice Davey's recommendations of women for OCS
March 14, 1943
23 8
WAAC: "Hale and Farewell" distribution instructions, correspondence, photos
August 5, 1943-September 14, 1943
23 9
WAAC: "Hale and Farewell" distribution lists
August 5, 1943-September 14, 1943
23 10
WAAC: Public Relations Office report of WAAC graduation speech
July 17, 1942
23 11
WAAC: "At Ease" essay by Alice Davey
July 12, 1943
23 12
WAC: War Department news release on new off duty WAC dress
May 8, 1944
23 13
WAC: Marriage announcement, orders, map of Paris
September 18, 1945-September 22, 1945
23 14
WAC: correspondence regarding pay
May 15, 1946
23 15
WAC: Report on the work of the WAC in Europe, by Genevieve Forbes Herrick
ca. 1947
23 16
WAC: WAAC-WAC Locator
November 1976
23 17
WAAC: Book, The Officer's Guide, inscribed by John Michel
January 23, 1943
24 1
WAAC: Basic Field Manual on Military Sanitation and First Aid
1940
24 2
WAAC: Basic Field Manual on Military Intelligence
February 15, 1940
24 3
WAAC: Basic Field Manual on Infantry Drill Regulations
August 4, 1941
24 4
WAAC: War Department pamphlets on Equipment, Allowances, Quartermaster Codes
May 7, 1941-October 1, 1041
24 5
WAAC: War Department pamphlets on Army Regulations, clothing, equipment
1-Jan-41-April 24, 1943
24 6
WAAC: War Department pamphlet on Accounting Procedures
December 15, 1942
24 7
WAAC: War Department pamphlets on WAC/WAAC Regulations
1942-November 9, 1943
24 8
WAAC: War Department pamphlet on Writing Home While Overseas
1943
24 9
WAAC: War Department pamphlet on Censorship
February 16, 1943
24 10
WAAC: War Department pamphlet Index to General Orders Bulletins
1943
24 11
WAAC: Company Duties, A Checklist pamphlet
December 1942
24 12
WAAC: Excerpts from the International Code of Signals pamphlet
1942
24 13
WAAC: Pamphlets on separation from the service
January 1946-February 1946
24 14
WAAC: Company Administration and Personnel Records book
1942
24 15
WAAC: Know Your Enemy! book
1944
24 16
WAAC: miscellaneous Camera Shipping Ticket, pentagon map
December 21, 1945
24 17
WAAC: miscellaneous Military Calling Cards for Alice Bradley Davey, Captain
1945
Subseries B: Cartography maps, publications, photos, correspondence
Box Folder
25 1
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 1-3
1944-1946
25 2
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 4
1944-1946
25 3
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 4 cont.
1944-1946
25 4
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 5
1944-1946
25 5
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 6, I (a)
1944-1946
25 6
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 6, I (b)
1944-1946
25 7
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 6, I (c)
1944-1946
25 8
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 6, I (d)
1944-1946
25 9
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 6, I (e)
1944-1946
25 10
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 6, I (f)
1944-1946
25 11
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 6, I (g)
1944-1946
25 12
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 6, I (h)
1944-1946
25 13
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 6, I (i)
1944-1946
25 14
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 6, I (j)
1944-1946
25 15
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 6, I (k)
1944-1946
26 1
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 6, II
1944-1946
26 2
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 6, III and IV
1944-1946
26 3
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 6, V
1944-1946
26 4
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 6, VI
1944-1946
26 5
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 6, VII
1944-1946
26 6
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 6, VIII
1944-1946
26 7
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 6, IX and X
1944-1946
26 8
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 6, XI
1944-1946
26 9
German Photo Reconnaissance Status report, part 6, XII and XIII
1944-1946
26 10
German reporting forms
1944-1946
26 11
correspondence related to German Photo Reconnaissance report
1944-1946
26 12
Notes, materials on German Photo Reconnaissance
1945
26 13
Field reports on German Photo Reconnaissance
July 7, 1945-July 26, 1945
26 14
German prisoner of war statements
1945
26 15
Huntington D. Sheldon's German language notebook
ca. 1945
26 16
Eric M Warburg's Personal Experiences in AF Prisoner of War Interrogation
1942-1945
27 1
Photo Industrial Study No. 2 Petroleum Industry, inscribed Major H. Royal
July 22, 1944
27 2
Photo Industrial Study No. 6 Explosives Industry, inscribed H. Royal (2 copies)
December 1944

Series IV:  The CIA YearsReturn to Top

This series includes records of Sheldon's service in the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and includes notes, research reports, handbooks and manuals.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries A: Analysis papers and training
Box Folder
28 1
Topics for Analysis notebook (1)
ca. 1952-ca. 1956
28 2
Topics for Analysis notebook (2)
ca. 1952-ca. 1956
28 3
The political Structure of FAA in French Union
ca. 1952-ca. 1956
28 4
Agenda for presentation on Intelligence and photography
March 4, 1953
28 5
Africa, British colonial administrative structure
1954
28 6
Africa, French and Belgian, class notes
July 7, 1954
28 7
Africa, Belgian, class notes
August 16, 1954
28 8
Africa, Urban and Labor
1954
28 9
Africa, south of the Sahara, Dr. Paul Henri, class notes
1954
28 10
Africa, British and Portuguese, class notes
1954
28 11
Africa, class notes with small drawings, doodles
1954
28 12
Africa, class notes, miscellaneous
1954
28 13
Africa, MauMau lecture by Norman Hubbard, class notes
1954
28 14
Africa, Central Africa Federation, Portugal colonies, class notes
1954
28 15
Africa, language problems, class notes
1954
28 16
Africa, culture and Peoples, class notes
1954
28 17
Africa in Contemporary Politics, class notes
June 25, 1954-August 25, 1954
28 18
Notebook Section 1: "Observations on the Future of Communism in Africa…"manuscript
ca. 1954
28 19
Notebook Section 2: drafts and notes on Africa papers
ca. 1954
28 20
Notebook Section 3: references, notes, miscellaneous
ca. 1954
28 21
Soviet/Communist Activities in Africa
May 10, 1955
28 22
Expats in Africa
June 29, 1955
29 1
Africa, Economical Trends and Potentialities, class notes
c June 1954
29 2
Indonesia Project Study notes, manuscript (1)
February 1, 1955-May 18, 1955
29 3
Indonesia Project Study notes, manuscript (2)
February 1, 1955-May 18, 1955
29 4
Communist mass organizations and fronts, notes, manuscript (1)
May 16, 1955-June 21, 1955
29 5
Communist mass organizations and fronts, notes, manuscript (2)
April 30, 1955
29 6
Communist mass organizations and fronts, notes, manuscript (3)
June 21, 1955
29 7
Miscellaneous Information Dispatches
May 31, 1955-June 21, 1955
Subseries B: Covert Methodology
Box Folder
30 1
Training notes
ca. 1952-ca. 1956
30 2
Training materials with revision notes
ca. 1952-ca. 1956
30 3
Operational Intelligence Manual, proposal memo
December 21, 1953-September 3, 1954
30 4
Draft Operational Intelligence Manual Ch.1
ca. 1953-ca. 1955
30 5
Draft Operational Intelligence Manual Ch2, 3, 4
ca. 1953-ca. 1955
30 6
Notes for draft Operational Intelligence Manual
ca. 1953-ca. 1955
30 7
Correspondence: Prillaman to Alice Sheldon
August 2, 1954
30 8
Washington Post article on the Pentagon
May 18, 1977
Subseries C: Photo Interpretation
Box Folder
31 1
Course materials for Industrial Photo Intelligence
1944-1955
31 2
How to Teach Industrial Photo Intelligence
ca. 1954-ca. 1955
31 3
Eight photos for Industrial Photo Intelligence class
1944-1955
31 4
Materials for Basic Industrial Photo Interpretation course
1944-1955
31 5
Geographic Survey of Washington DC and Area Map
1951
31 6
Optical Illusions, misleading drawings
1952
31 7
Materials for Basic Scale Problems class, 6 photos
January 16, 1946-1955
31 8
List of illustrations for manual
1944-1955
31 9
Visual Orientation Test, 5 photos
January 16, 1946-ca. 1955
31 10
"Eyes Only" envelope of 7 aerial photo sheets
ca. 1952-ca. 1955
31 11
"Interim Photographic Interpretation Handbook"
October 1949
32 1
Basic Photo Interpretation Recognition Test with aerial photo
ca. 1946-ca. 1955
32 2
Six Aerial Photos
ca. 1946-ca. 1955
32 3
Sixteen Aerial Photos
ca. 1946-ca. 1955

Series V:  PsychologyReturn to Top

This series includes Sheldon's course work, teaching, research, and related correspondence in experimental and educational psychology.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries A: Coursework
Box Folder
33 1
Psychology 1A outline, notebook, exams
August 28, 1935-December 4, 1935
33 2
Notes and Digests (1) miscellaneous
December 21, 1956
33 3
Notes and Digests (2) General Perception, Color Vision
December 21, 1956
33 4
Notes and Digests (3) Spacio-Texafora Vision, Psychology theory, Emotion
December 21, 1956
33 5
Notes on Arnheim's course Art and Visual Perception (1)
ca. 1956
33 6
Notes on Arnheim's course Art and Visual Perception (2)
ca. 1956
33 7
Notes, papers Writing the Experimental Report
May 20, 1950-May 28, 1957
33 8
Notes, papers Writing the Experimental Report
February 25, 1957-May 19, 1957
33 9
Essay "How to Keep the Atheists in the Audience Happy"
July 22, 1957
33 10
Essay "Note on Klienberg's Criteria of the Dependability of Motives"
March 7, 1957
33 11
Psychology, poems and essays by Melvin Harper and Charles Johnson, grade 5
ca. 1957-ca. 1962
33 12
Discussion guide for Hamlet
ca. 1960s
34 1
Psychology 202 Research Methods and Procedures notes (1)
February 3, 1960-April 26, 1960
34 2
Psychology 202 Research Methods and Procedures notes (2)
February 3, 1960-April 26, 1960
34 3
Psychology 202 Research Methods and Procedures notes (3)
February 3, 1960-April 26, 1960
34 4
Psychology 202 Research Methods and Procedures notes (4)
February 3, 1960-April 26, 1960
34 5
Notes from Clinical Psychology of Childhood and Adolescence
February 5, 1962-May 21, 1962
34 6
German for Psychology, notes, letter to Richard Walk
July 1962-August 10, 1962
34 7
Notes, miscellaneous psychology
ca. 1965
Subseries B: Correspondence
Box Folder
35 1
Allport, F. H. re Machina Speculatrix and Event Structure Theory, notes, diagrams
December 28, 1955-July 25, 1958
35 2
Arnheim, Rudolf
May 17, 1955-December 30, 1956
35 3
Arnheim, Rudolf; re Sarah Lawrence Convocation speeches
1956-1968
35 4
Arnheim, Rudolf
January 3, 1957-December 24, 1959
35 5
Arnheim, Rudolf; art show commentary by Arnheim
May 11, 1958
35 6
Arnheim, Rudolf
January 1, 1960-December 28, 1967
35 7
Arnheim, Rudolf; 3 articles, What is Art For?, From Function to Expression, A Plea for Visual Thinking
1963-1980
35 8
Arnheim, Rudolf; his "Intelligence Simulated"
1967
35 9
Arnheim, Rudolf; manuscript Ch. XI of Visual thinking
January 1968
35 10
Arnheim, Rudolf; manuscript "Max Wertheimer and Gestalt Psychology"
1968
35 11
Arnheim, Rudolf
January 8, 1968-December 22, 1968
35 12
Arnheim, Rudolf
March 25, 1969-August 17, 1972
35 13
Arnheim, Rudolf; re writing science fiction
November 3, 1969
35 14
Arnheim, Rudolf; Psychology Today interview of Arnheim
June 1972
35 15
Arnheim, Rudolf
January 3, 1973-April 2, 1975
35 16
Arnheim, Rudolf
June 27, 1979-February 17, 1983
35 17
Arnheim, Rudolf; his "My Life in the Art World"
February 8, 1984
35 18
Arnheim, Rudolf
June 20, 1984-January 27, 1985
35 19
Aspey, Wayne P. reprints
October 14, 1969-November 14, 1969
35 20
Attneave, Fred
November 28, 1956-March 20, 1964
35 21
Attneave, Fred; his book "Applications of Information Theory to Psychology"
1959
35 22
Attneave, Fred; notes, bibliography, reprints
May 1954-July 8, 1958
36 1
Barnette, S.A. and reprints
May 8, 1963-February 15, 1967
36 2
Berlyne, D.E.
February 25, 1964-January 14, 1966
36 3
Berryman, Julia C. reprints
January 16, 1970
36 4
Bray, Richard; reappointment as lecturer in psych. department
August 1, 1964
36 5
Bright, Harold F. reappointment as Assistant Professorial Lecturer at GWU
March 30, 1967
36 6
Carr, W.J. re dissertation
June 3, 1966-February 16, 1967
36 7
Curlo, E. reprints
September 8, 1970
36 8
Dember, William N.
December 28, 1965-January 11, 1966
36 9
Dissertation miscellaneous
October 16, 1967-September 28, 1968
36 10
Estes, W.K. re article in Journal of Comparative and Physical Psychology
April 9, 1967-November 6, 1967
36 11
Gardner, Jo Ann and Leigh Marlowe re "The Human Male" study proposal
May 27, 1976-November 29, 1976
36 12
George Washington Univ. Kappa Kappa Gamma tea invitation
March 6, 1967
36 13
Hill, Suzanne D. reprints
February 12, 1969
36 14
Hunt, J. McV.
April 8, 1965-January 15, 1969
36 15
Hunt, J. McV.; two research papers
1963-1964
36 16
Isett, Robert reprints
ca. 1967-ca. 19770
36 17
Lila
December 12, 1967
36 18
Marler, Peter; and journal American Psychologist
March 21, 1976
36 19
Masters, WH and Johnson
August 6, 1973
36 20
Moore, Harvey
April 19, 1968
36 21
Morris, Scot
August 9, 1984
36 22
Murray, Michele re Arnheim review
March 19, 1971-November 25, 1971
36 23
Nagler, Benedict; three papers on Art and the Mentally Ill
November 27, 1949-June 16, 1952
36 24
Pallak, Michael S.
August 12, 1985
36 25
Reichstein, Rosalind; former student
June 21, 1967-November 3, 1967
36 26
Saunders, Janet C. reprints
January 7, 1970
36 27
Schubert, Daniel S.P. reprints
1968-1969
36 28
Sluckin, W. reprints
June 6, 1969-July 25, 1969
36 29
Solomon, Richard re dissertation
February 8, 1967-February 27, 1967
36 30
Transpersonal Psychology program for The Fifth International conference
November 9, 1979
36 31
University of Nebraska Press, reprint
July 22, 1970
36 32
VanDerSlice re the psychology of value in visual art
January 21, 1957
36 33
Vendler, Helen; review of "Myths for Mothers" from file on "The Human Male"
October 2, 1976-December 4, 1976
36 34
Walk, Richard
April 6, 1966-January 24, 1985
36 35
Walk, Richard re dissertation
May 30, 1965-February 22, 1966
36 36
Walk, Richard and Eleanor Gibson; "A comparative and Analytical Study …"
1962
36 37
Wallach, Hans; re dissertation
November 4, 1960-July 23, 1962
36 38
Welker, Wallace I.; re concept of novelty
March 16, 1964-December 23, 1965
36 39
Wynne-Edwards, V.C.; re paper in Science
September 13, 1966-September 28, 1966
Subseries C: Research
Box Folder
37 1
Paper on Allport's Event Structure Theory
March 1956
37 2
Notes and paper on Allport's Event Structure Theory
March 1956
37 3
Notes on D.M. MacKay visual phenomena with patterned stimulation
ca. 1957
37 4
Three applications for grants, notes
August 27, 1957-April 23, 1958
37 5
Essay "Social Psychology Misperceives Perception"
July 10, 1958
37 6
Richard Walk's reprints on pattern and depth perception, notes
June 1956-April 1960
37 7
Psychophysics of form, visual perception notes (1)
1956-September 1961
37 8
Psychophysics of form, visual perception notes (2)
1956-September 1961
37 9
Perception, photos (1)
ca. 1956-ca. 1969
37 10
Perception, photos (2)
ca. 1956-ca. 1969
37 11
Draft and notes on Visual Association Effects (1)
ca. 1956-ca. 1969
37 12
Draft and notes on Visual Association Effects (2)
ca. 1956-ca. 1969
37 13
Novelty study photos
ca. 1960s
37 14
Miscellaneous notes on Novelty
ca. 1960s
38 1
Drawings of Visual Cliff for D. Walk
ca. 1960s
38 2
Drawings for L. Ghent
ca. 1961
38 3
Paper "Introduction to the Psychophysics of Form"
January 1961
38 4
Analysis of Figural Stimuli Notebook, (1) Illusory Effects and hypothesis
ca. 1962
38 5
Analysis of Figural Stimuli Notebook, (2) manuscript
ca. 1962
38 6
Analysis of Figural Stimuli Notebook, (3) manuscript cont.
ca. 1962
38 7
Analysis of Figural Stimuli Notebook, (4) notes
ca. 1962
38 8
Analysis of Figural Stimuli Notebook, (5) first draft manuscript
ca. 1962
38 9
Concepts of Exploratory Behavior Notebook (1)
ca. 1962
38 10
Concepts of Exploratory Behavior Notebook (2)
ca. 1962
38 11
Novelty notebook (1) Stimulus
ca. 1963
38 12
Novelty notebook (2) Response
ca. 1963
38 13
Novelty notebook (3) Experiment Ideas
ca. 1963
38 14
Novelty notebook (4) Miscellaneous
ca. 1963
39 1
"A Taxonomy of Stimulus Novelty" draft and notes
January 1964
39 2
"A Taxonomy of Stimulus Novelty" by Alice Sheldon
January 1964
39 3
Notes, paper on Dimensions of Novelty (1)
ca. 1965
39 4
Notes, paper on Dimensions of Novelty (2)
ca. 1965
39 5
Notebook notes on novelty
ca. 1966
39 6
"The Linus Blanket Effect…" paper delivered at Eastern Psychological Association
April 14, 1966
39 7
Milne, A. McFarling dissertation abstract educational psychology
May 1, 1968
39 8
Bruml, H. dissertation abstract educational psychology
May 10, 1968
39 9
Paper on Experiment I and Replication
May 1968
39 10
"The Journal of Irreproducible Results", V19N1
October 1971
39 11
Drawings from envelope labeled "Moveable Bits"
no date
39 12
Drawings of Directional Figures
no date
39 13
Drawings of Phomenal Gradients
no date
39 14
Drawings of Redundancy Field (a)
no date
39 15
Drawings of Redundancy Field (b)
no date
39 16
Drawings titled "Familiarity in Art"
no date
39 17
Drawings titled "Thigmotaxic Responses"
no date
Subseries D: Teaching
Box Folder
40 1
A short Bibliography on Cybernetics and Information Theory
July 8, 1958
40 2
Exam for unidentified psychology class
ca. 1960s
40 3
Sheldon's notes, exam questions on 2 lectures on her experiments
ca. 1960-ca. 1963
40 4
Historical Intro to Modern Psychology syllabus, miscellaneous
February 8, 1962-June 14, 1962
40 5
Historical Introduction to Modern Psychology notes (1)
March 1962-June 1962
40 6
Historical Introduction to Modern Psychology notes (2)
March 1962-June 1962
40 7
Psychology 3 handouts, note on grading
spring 1963
40 8
Exams, notes of Educational Psychology class
February 1967-June 1967
40 9
Montessori materials, correspondence Lena Gitter for Educational Psychology class
February 9, 1967-March 8, 1967
40 10
News paper articles for Educational Psychology class
February 1967-March 1967
40 11
Notes, exams, materials for Educational Psychology class
February 1, 1967-May 15, 1967
40 12
Technology in education materials
May 8, 1967
40 13
Student evaluation of Sheldon's Educational Psychology class
June 12, 1967
41 1
Notes for Educational Psychology on 3x5 cards
1968-1970
41 2
Post Cards requesting reprints of Psychonomic Science Journal and J of Comparative Physiological Psychology articles
1968-1970
Subseries E: Dissertation
Box Folder
42 1
Photos of experiments and apparatus
October 26, 1966
42 2
Drafts of drawings
ca. 1966-ca. 1967
42 3
Illustrations, graphs, drawings
1967
42 4
Photos and negatives of rats at play
ca. 1966-ca. 1967
42 5
Manuscript printed on yellow card stock
February 22, 1967
42 6
As presented at exam, abstract, review notes
February 1967
42 7
Drafts of abstracts
February 1967
42 8
Bound copy for cousin Barbara
February 22, 1967
43 1
Bound copy missing index
February 22, 1967
43 2
Bound copy missing index
April 17, 1967
43 3
George Washington University Bulletin, Abstracts of Doctoral Dissertations, 3 copies
September 1, 1967
43 4
As published in Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, correspondence
May 3, 1968-January 17, 1969
43 5
As published in Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, manuscript
May 3, 1968
43 6
As published in Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, galley, reprint
January 17, 1969
Subseries F: Publications and manuscripts
Box Folder
44 1
Publication: Sheldon's review of Arnheim's "Toward a Psychology of Art" in the Bulletin of Art Therapy, correspondence
April 24, 1967-May 9, 1967
44 2
Publication: Sheldon's review of Arnheim's "Visual Thinking", notes, correspondence
July 19, 1967-August 6, 1968
44 3
Publication: Sheldon's review of Arnheim's "Visual Thinking", proof copy
1969
44 4
Publication: Sheldon's review of Arnheim's "Visual Thinking", 3 copies American Journal of Art Therapy
January 1970
44 5
Publication: "Preference for familiar stimulation…" correspondence, manuscript
August 23, 1968-October 16, 1968
44 6
Publication: "Preference for familiar stimulation…" in Psychon. Sci. V13(3), reprints
1968
44 7
Manuscript: "The Human Male" correspondence Harold Ober Assoc. and Dr. Lawick-Goodall
January 25, 1973-July 19, 1974
44 8
Manuscript: "The Human Male" manuscript Ch. 1, 2, 3 copy with corrections
1973
44 9
Manuscript: "The Human Male" manuscript Ch. 1, 2, 3 with corrections
1973
44 10
Manuscript: "The Human Male" manuscript Ch. 4
1973
44 11
Manuscript: "The Human Male" manuscript notes
1973

Series VI:  Science FictionReturn to Top

This series forms the largest group of materials in the collection, and includes correspondence and literary manuscripts.

Container(s) Description Dates
A: Publications and manuscripts
This subseries includes correspondence related to the manuscript in question. Subseries B contains other science fiction correspondence.
Box Folder
45 1
"A Day Like Any Other", manuscript, correspondence
July 2, 1968-December 7, 1976
45 2
"A Momentary Taste of Being", review
July 1, 1975
45 3
"A Source of Innocent Merriment", correspondence, manuscript
April 13, 1978
45 4
"All the Kinds of Yes" from Warm Worlds and Otherwise
February 1975
45 5
"All the Kinds of Yes", manuscript, correspondence
April 15, 1971-December 7, 1976
45 6
"All This and Heaven Too", manuscript, correspondence
April 18, 1985-May 1, 1985
45 7
"All This and Heaven Too", manuscript, correspondence
December 1985
45 8
"Amberjack" from Warm Worlds and Otherwise
February 1975
45 9
"Amberjack", manuscript, correspondence
July 1, 1969-January 1, 1970
45 10
"and I Awoke and Found Me On the Cold Hill Side", correspondence, manuscript
May 6, 1971-February 26, 1973
45 11
"and I Have Come Upon This Place By Lost Ways", correspondence, manuscript
December 20, 1968-December 9, 1971
45 12
"And Shooby, Dooby, Dooby", Phantasmacom #6, manuscript, correspondence
December 16, 1969-July 27, 1973
45 13
"And So On, And So On" from star Songs of an Old Primate"
1978
45 14
"Angel Fix" correspondence, copy from IF as Raccoona
December 22, 1973-October 19, 1983
45 15
"Angel Fix" correspondence, manuscript as Raccoona
August 25, 1972-April 19, 1973
45 16
"Backward, Turn Backward", galleys, correspondence
December 18, 1987
45 17
"Backward, Turn Backward", manuscript
ca. 1986-ca. 1987
45 18
"Backward, Turn Backward", manuscript
1987
45 19
"Beam Us Home", manuscript, correspondence Roddenberry
October 10, 1968-November 16, 1973
45 20
"Beaver Tears", manuscript, correspondence as Raccoona
June 27, 1974-May 5, 1976
45 21
"Birth of a Salesman", manuscript
1967
46 1
"Brightness Falls from the Air", Tiptree's illustrations
ca. 1984
46 2
"Brightness Falls from the Air", Tiptree's illustrations
ca. 1984
47 1
"Brightness Falls from the Air", correspondence, manuscript with typeset notes pp.1-53
February 1985
47 2
"Brightness Falls from the Air", manuscript with typeset notes pp.54-146
February 1985
47 3
"Brightness Falls from the Air", manuscript with typeset notes pp.147-236
February 1985
47 4
"Brightness Falls from the Air", manuscript with typeset notes pp.237-326
February 1985
47 5
"Brightness Falls from the Air", manuscript with typeset notes pp.327-413
February 1985
47 6
"Brightness Falls from the Air", manuscript with typeset notes pp.414-end
February 1985
47 7
"Brightness Falls from the Air" reviews
February 24, 1985-October 19, 1986
47 8
"Brightness Falls from the Air" notes
ca. 1984
47 9
"Byte Beautiful: Eight Science Fiction Stories", correspondence, type setting copy manuscript
May 28, 1985-December 18, 1985
47 10
"Byte Beautiful: Eight Science Fiction Stories", galley
July 20, 1985
48 1
"Collision", early version of manuscript
ca. 1985
48 2
"Collision", correspondence, manuscript for Asimov's SF Magazine
April 20, 1986-May 11, 1986
48 3
"Collision", original manuscript for Starry Rift, pp.1-68
ca. 1986
48 4
"Collision", original manuscript for Starry Rift, pp.69-end
ca. 1986
48 5
"Collision", pages removed from manuscript
ca. 1985
48 6
"Collision", publishers copy of manuscript for starry Rift, correspondence
March 31, 1987
48 7
"Come Live With Me", manuscript
ca. 1987
48 8
"Crown of Stars", correspondence, manuscript "Second Going"
July 15, 1991-July 31, 1991
48 9
"Crown of Stars", manuscript "Our Resident Djinn" and "Morality Meat"
1991
48 10
"Crown of Stars", manuscript "All this and Heaven Too", "Yanqui Doodle", "Come Live With Me"
1991
48 11
"Crown of Stars", manuscript "Last Night and Every Night"
1991
49 1
"Crown of Stars", manuscript "The Earth Doth Like A Snake Renew" and "In Midst of Life"
1991
49 2
"Dzo'oc U Ma'an U Kinil" manuscript of essay in "Meet Me At Infinity"
ca. 1970-ca. 1987
49 3
"Everything But The Name Is Me", Starship magazine, correspondence
1979
49 4
"Excursion Fare", correspondence, manuscript
June 27, 1980-September 20, 1980
49 5
"Excursion Fare", galleys
ca. 1981
49 6
"Fault", correspondence, manuscript
October 24, 1967-January 6, 1968
49 7
"Forever to a Hudson Bay Blanket", correspondence, manuscript
October 25, 1971-April 19, 1972
49 8
"Good Night Sweethearts", manuscript and correction sheet
August 18, 1985
49 9
"Good Night Sweethearts", correspondence, manuscript for Magazine of F and SF
December 8, 1985
49 10
"Happiness Is A Warm Spaceship", correspondence, proposal
November 18, 1968-1969
49 11
"Happiness Is A Warm Spaceship" early drafts: "Rescue Party", "Men and Mothers", "The Better Way"
ca. 1969
49 12
"Happiness Is A Warm Spaceship", correspondence, manuscript
1969-June 16, 1969
49 13
"Her Smoke Rose Up Forever", correspondence, manuscript
April 11, 1973-April 30, 1976
49 14
"Her Smoke Rose Up Forever", publicity flyers
ca. 1975
49 15
"Her Smoke Rose Up Forever", short story collection, partial galley
1990
50 1
"Houston, Houston, Do You Read?", review comparing to "Raccoona's "Your Faces…"
December 13, 1976
50 2
"Houston, Houston, Do You Read?", correspondence, biography, notes
April 28, 1977-August 31, 1986
50 3
"Houston, Houston, Do You Read?", manuscript
1976-1977
50 4
"I'll Be Waiting For You When the Swimming Pool Is Empty", correspondence, manuscript
June 27, 1970-May 20, 1971
50 5
"I'm Too Big But I Want To Play", correspondence, manuscript
November 27, 1968-June 19, 1969
50 6
"In Midst of Life", manuscript
no date
50 7
"Last Night and Every Night", correspondence, manuscript
August 19, 1968-1970
50 8
"Love is the Plan, the Plan is Death" from Warm Worlds and Otherwise, correspondence, manuscript
January 14, 1971-February 1975
50 9
"Love is the Plan, the Plan is Death" from The Alien Condition, manuscript, galley
June 8, 1973
50 10
"Love is the Plan, the Plan is Death" correspondence
1986
50 11
"Mama Come Home", correspondence, manuscript
November 20, 1967-February 19, 1968
50 12
"Meet Me At Infinity" (originally "See You At Infinity"), manuscript submitted to Star Trek, correspondence
August 28, 1968-September 20, 1968
50 13
"Meet Me At Infinity" (originally "See You At Infinity"), correspondence
August 28, 1968-December 16, 1968
50 14
"Meet Me At Infinity", correspondence with Eridani staff
July 7, 1971-November 20, 1972
50 15
"Meet Me At Infinity", manuscript of script for Star Trek published in Eridani
1972
50 16
"Meet Me At Infinity", correspondence Smith, Kidd, Hartwell
May 10, 1996-October 11, 1999
50 17
"Meet Me At Infinity", manuscript partial with notes
August 5, 1996
51 1
"Meet Me At Infinity", manuscript first third
October 12, 1999
51 2
"Meet Me At Infinity", manuscript second third
October 12, 1999
51 3
"Meet Me At Infinity", manuscript last third
October 12, 1999
51 4
"Meet Me At Infinity", correspondence, manuscript paste up fiction section first part
August 10, 2000
51 5
"Meet Me At Infinity", correspondence, manuscript paste up fiction section second part
August 10, 2000
51 6
"Meet Me At Infinity", correspondence, manuscript paste up Non-fiction section first part
August 10, 2000
51 7
"Meet Me At Infinity", correspondence, manuscript paste up Non-fiction section last part
August 10, 2000
51 8
"Meet Me At Infinity", correspondence, type setting manuscript pp.1-93A
April 19, 2001
52 1
"Meet Me At Infinity", type setting manuscript pp.94-240
April 19, 2001
52 2
"Meet Me At Infinity", type setting manuscript pp.240A-342A
April 19, 2001
52 3
"Meet Me At Infinity", type setting manuscript pp.343-end
April 19, 2001
52 4
"Morality Meat", correspondence, manuscript
March 12, 1983-April 14, 1983
52 5
"Morality Meat" re "People Don't Do Things Like That"
ca. 1983
52 6
"Mother in the Sky with Diamonds", correspondence
January 16, 1970-July 1, 1972
52 7
"Mother in the Sky with Diamonds", manuscript
1970-1972
52 8
"On the Last Afternoon", correspondence, manuscript
August 3, 1971-April 20, 1972
52 9
"Our Resident Djinn", correspondence, manuscript
June 16, 1986
52 10
"Out of the Everywhere", correspondence, manuscript
September 25, 1980
52 11
"Out of the Everywhere And Other Extraordinary Visions", tear sheets, manuscript pp.1-86
1981
52 12
"Out of the Everywhere And Other Extraordinary Visions", tear sheets, manuscript pp.87-151
1981
52 13
"Out of the Everywhere And Other Extraordinary Visions", tear sheets, manuscript pp. 152-end
1981
53 1
"Painwise", correspondence, manuscript
November 30, 1969-September 10, 1979
53 2
"Parimutuel Planet" aka "Faithful to thee, Terra, in our Fashion", correspondence, manuscript
July 5, 1967-May 3, 1968
53 3
"Please Don't Play With The Time Machine", correspondence, manuscript
May 3, 1955-June 27, 1996
53 4
"Press Until the Bleeding stops", correspondence, manuscript, from Khatru I as Raccoona Sheldon
August 31, 1972-February 1975
53 5
"Pupa Knows Best", correspondence, manuscript
March 12, 1968-March 29, 1968
53 6
"S.O.S. Found in an SF Bottle" poem as Raccoona
1975
53 7
"Second Going"
ca. 1987
53 8
"She Waits for All Men Born", correspondence, manuscript
September 14, 1974-January 7, 1977
53 9
"Slow Music", correspondence, manuscript
June 28, 1978-November 16, 1978
53 10
"Slow Music", manuscript
c November 1978
53 11
"Slow Music", correspondence, galleys, review
August 24, 1979-April 27, 1980
53 12
"Star Songs of an Old Primate", correspondence, manuscript with typesetting marks
April 3, 1978
53 13
"Star Songs of an Old Primate", xerox copy of book
1978
53 14
"Star Songs of an Old Primate", reviews
November 28, 1977-March 1, 1978
54 1
"Tales of the Quintana Roo: The Boy Who Waterskied To Forever", manuscript, correspondence
June 14, 1980
54 2
"Tales of the Quintana Roo: Beyond the Dead Reef", correspondence, manuscript
June 16, 1980
54 3
"Tales of the Quintana Roo: Beyond the Dead Reef", copy from F and SF
January 1983
54 4
"Tales of the Quintana Roo: What Came Ashore at Lirios", correspondence, manuscript
May 19, 1980-April 25, 1981
54 5
"Tales of the Quintana Roo: What Came Ashore at Lirios", copy from Asimov's SF Magazine
September 28, 1981
54 6
"Tales of the Quintana Roo", reviews
March 1986-January 1987
54 7
"Ten Thousand Light Years From Home", "...Cold Hill Side"
ca. 1972
54 8
"Ten Thousand Light Years From Home", "The Man Doors Said Hello to"
ca. 1972
54 9
"Ten Thousand Light Years From Home", "the Snows are Melted…"
ca. 1972
54 10
"Ten Thousand Light Years From Home", "PainWise"
ca. 1972
54 11
"Ten Thousand Light Years From Home", "Mama Come Home"
ca. 1972
54 12
"Ten Thousand Light Years From Home", "Pupa Knows Best"
ca. 1972
54 13
"Ten Thousand Light Years From Home", "the Peacefulness of Vivyan"
ca. 1972
54 14
"Ten Thousand Light Years From Home", "Paramutual Planet"
ca. 1972
54 15
"Ten Thousand Light Years From Home", "the Man Who Walked Home"
ca. 1972
54 16
"Ten Thousand Light Years From Home", "Forever To A Hudson Bay Blanket"
ca. 1972
54 17
"Ten Thousand Light Years From Home", "…When the Swimming Pool Is Empty"
ca. 1972
54 18
"Ten Thousand Light Years From Home", "…But I love to Play"
ca. 1972
54 19
"Ten Thousand Light Years From Home", "Birth of a Salesman"
ca. 1972
55 1
"Ten Thousand Light Years From Home", "Mother in the Sky with Diamonds"
ca. 1972
55 2
"Ten Thousand Light Years From Home", "Beam Us Home"
ca. 1972
55 3
"Ten Thousand Light Years From Home", reviews
September 21, 1975-August 1977
55 4
"The Best of James Tiptree", correspondence
January 30, 1984
55 5
"The Color of Neanderthal Eyes", 1st draft notebook 1, "The Ballad of Queen Esther"
ca. 1985
55 6
"The Color of Neanderthal Eyes", 1st draft notebook 2
ca. 1985
55 7
"The Color of Neanderthal Eyes", stylesheet, corrections, manuscript pp.1-30
ca. 1985
55 8
"The Color of Neanderthal Eyes", manuscript pp.31-91
ca. 1985
55 9
"The Girl Who Was Plugged In", correspondence, manuscript
June 13, 1969-June 7, 1972
55 10
"The Last Flight of Dr. Ain", correspondence Frederik Pohl, manuscript
June 10, 1968-July 11, 1980
55 11
"The Last Flight of Dr. Ain" with Ramshorn Pl return address, manuscript
ca. 1968-ca. 1972-May 19, 1972
55 12
"The Last Flight of Dr. Ain", correspondence Harry Harrison, manuscript
April 17, 1972-May 19, 1972
55 13
"The Last Flight of Dr. Ain", correspondence Martin Greenberg, James Gunn
May 10, 1979-October 8, 1982
55 14
"The literary parodist from another planet" newspaper essay
April 3, 1987
55 15
"The Man Doors Said Hello To", correspondence, manuscript
April 19, 1970
55 16
"The Man Who Walked Home", correspondence, manuscript
April 27, 1971-November 14, 1972
55 17
"The Man Who Walked Home", play script
May 1997
55 18
"The Milk of Paradise", correspondence
July 29, 1969-November 21, 1971
56 1
"The Milk of Paradise", correspondence, manuscript
March 27, 1972-August 19, 1976
56 2
"The Night Blooming Saurian", correspondence, manuscript
September 8, 1969-January 3, 1972
56 3
"The Night Blooming Saurian" from Warm Worlds and Otherwise
February 1975
56 4
"The Only Neat Thing To Do", correspondence, 1st typed draft manuscript
November 27, 1984
56 5
"The Only Neat Thing To Do", correspondence, manuscript
January 14, 1985-October 1986
56 6
"The Only Neat Thing To Do", copy from Magazine of F and SF
October 1985
56 7
"The Peacefulness of Vivyan", correspondence, manuscript
April 15, 1970-September 28, 1970
56 8
"The Psychologist Who Wouldn't Do Awful Things to Rats", correspondence, manuscript
June 24, 1974-December 9, 1976
56 9
"The Psychologist Who Wouldn't Do Awful Things to Rats", copy from Best of SF 1976
1976-1977
56 10
"The Psychologist Who Wouldn't do Awful Things to Rats" from Star Songs of an Old Primate
1978
56 11
"The Screwfly Solution", correspondence, manuscript as Raccoona
November 23, 1976-June 1, 1982
56 12
"The Snows Are Melted, the Snows Are Gone", correspondence, manuscript
April 16, 1969-November 14, 1969
56 13
"The Trouble Is Not In Your Set" as Raccoona, correspondence, manuscript
August 28, 1972
56 14
"The Women Men Don't See", correspondence, manuscript
June 4, 1972-August 21, 1986
56 15
"Three Tales of The Starry Rift", names, outlines notebook
June 1984
56 16
"Three Tales of The Starry Rift", manuscript of 1st
ca. 1985-ca. 1986
56 17
"Three Tales of The Starry Rift", manuscript of 2nd
ca. 1985-ca. 1986
57 1
"Three Tales of The Starry Rift", manuscript of 3rd
ca. 1985-ca. 1986
57 2
"The Starry Rift", reviews
April 1986-March 8, 1987
57 3
"Through a Lass Darkly" from Warm Worlds and Otherwise, correspondence, manuscript
-January 12, 1969
57 4
"Time Sharing Angel", manuscript, copy from F and SF
-ca. 1977
57 5
"Trey of Hearts", correspondence, manuscript
June 4, 1985
57 6
"Two Months in the Life of an Arms Broker, 2000 AD" unpublished manuscript
ca. 1987
57 7
"Ulyssa" screen play adaptation of "The Women Men Don't See" by Peter Perhonis, manuscript
November 30, 1987
57 8
"Up the Walls of the World" correspondence, outline
November 23, 1975-May 19, 1976
57 9
"Up the Walls of the World" correspondence
June 18, 1976-July 31, 1982
57 10
"Up the Walls of the World" notes, definitions
no date
57 11
"Up the Walls of the World" manuscript Ch. 1-5
ca. 1977
57 12
"Up the Walls of the World" manuscript Ch. 6-8
ca. 1977
57 13
"Up the Walls of the World" manuscript Ch. 9-11
ca. 1977
57 14
"Up the Walls of the World" manuscript Ch. 12-14
ca. 1977
57 15
"Up the Walls of the World" manuscript Ch. 15 and note
ca. 1977
58 1
"Up the Walls of the World" manuscript Ch. 16 aka "The Star-Death of Margaret Omali"
ca. 1977
58 2
"Up the Walls of the World" manuscript Ch. 17-18
ca. 1977
58 3
"Up the Walls of the World" manuscript Ch. 19-24
ca. 1977
58 4
"Up the Walls of the World" manuscript Ch. 25-29
ca. 1977
58 5
"Up the Walls of the World" manuscript removed pages and notes
ca. 1977
58 6
"Up the Walls of the World" reviews
December 12, 1977-February 4, 1979
58 7
"Up the Walls of the World" manuscript for typesetter pp.1-60, correspondence
October 20, 1978
58 8
"Up the Walls of the World" manuscript for typesetter pp.61-148
October 20, 1978
58 9
"Up the Walls of the World" manuscript for typesetter pp.149-228
October 20, 1978
58 10
"Up the Walls of the World" manuscript for typesetter pp.229-307
October 20, 1978
58 11
"Up the Walls of the World" manuscript for typesetter pp.308-381
October 20, 1978
58 12
"Up the Walls of the World" manuscript for typesetter pp.381-464
October 20, 1978
58 13
"Up the Walls of the World" illustration of Tyreean from Barlowe's Guide
1979
59 1
"Warm Worlds and Otherwise", correspondence, manuscript pp.1-77
October 7, 1976
59 2
"Warm Worlds and Otherwise", correspondence, manuscript pp.79-156
October 7, 1977
59 3
"Warm Worlds and Otherwise", reviews
January 13, 1975-March 25, 1986
59 4
"We Who Stole the Dream", manuscript
September 1977-October 18, 1978
59 5
"We Who Stole the Dream", galley, correspondence, blurb
September 26, 1977-December 1978
59 6
"We Who Stole the Dream", edited manuscript, correspondence
-October 18, 1978
59 7
"With Delicate Mad Hands", first draft manuscript
ca. 1979
59 8
"With Delicate Mad Hands", correspondence, manuscript
November 30, 1980
59 9
"With Delicate Mad Hands", manuscript
November 30, 1980
59 10
"Yanqui Doodle" notebook pp. 1-27
ca. 1987
59 11
"Yanqui Doodle" notebook pp. 28-end
ca. 1987
59 12
"Yanqui Doodle" manuscript
ca. 1987
59 13
"Yanqui Doodle" manuscript
ca. 1987
59 14
"Your Haploid Heart", correspondence, manuscript
July 27, 1967-November 15, 1972
59 15
"Your Haploid Heart", painting and note from Kelly Freas
1969
60 1
Blurb for Judith Moffett's "Pennterra"
May 10, 1987
60 2
Introduction to Philip K. Dick book, correspondence
July 11, 1980-January 7, 1987
60 3
Review of "KAYO", manuscript, correspondence
January 27, 1987
60 4
Review of "The Lathe of Heaven"
September 1975
60 5
"The Big Gentle People Who Drive Little Cars" manuscript (copy, original restricted access)
ca. 1965-ca. 1969
60 6
"Consumers Last Bureau" notes
1970
60 7
"Consumers Last Bureau" manuscript
1970
60 8
Unpublished: untitled "Hebridean story, letter to Frederik Pohl, map, notes
ca. 1969
60 9
Unpublished: untitled "Hebridean story, manuscript
ca. 1969
60 10
Manuscript: fragment "Old Ernst Stuff"
no date
60 11
Manuscript: fragments, characters Miles, Ernst, Vogel
no date
60 12
Manuscript: fragments, characters Miles, Ernst
no date
60 13
Manuscript: fragment MacArthur's Musical Bar, characters Miles
no date
B: Correspondence
This subseries includes letters to and from people in the field not related to a specific science fiction manuscript. The correspondence with individuals is arranged alphabetically by last name. This correspondence contains the original incoming letters a
Box Folder
61 1
Convention invitations
February 15, 1975-December 2, 1977
61 2
Convention invitations
April 21, 1978-November 13, 1980
61 3
Convention invitations
June 14, 1981-July 22, 1982
61 4
Convention invitations
September 18, 1981-July 22, 1982
61 5
Fan letters, A-G
ca. 1967-ca. 1987
61 6
Fan letters, H-R
ca. 1967-ca. 1987
61 7
Fan letters, S-W
ca. 1967-ca. 1987
61 8
Manuscript and other professional solicitations A-O
ca. 1967-ca. 1987
61 9
Manuscript and other professional solicitations P-W
ca. 1967-ca. 1987
61 10
Rejection slips for unspecified manuscripts
ca. 1967-ca. 1970
61 11
On License to Write Business
May 29, 1979-August 21, 1979
61 12
On License to Write Business
August 24, 1979-October 12, 1979
61 13
On License to Write Business
December 13, 1979-December 27, 1979
61 14
On License to Write Business
January 7, 1980-December 5, 1982
61 15
Subscriptions
1977-1979
62 1
Ackerman, Forest
December 21, 1974
62 2
Aldiss, John
November 19, 1973-October 2, 1974
62 3
Allison, John and Ron Van Leeuwen graphic adaptation of "The Man Who Walked Home", color slide
January 5, 1975-March 23, 1978
62 4
American Civil Liberties Union
May 8, 1971-January 6, 1982
62 5
American Friends Service Committee
May 10, 1971-October 30, 1977
62 6
Anderson, Susan Janice re Sheldon identity
March 22, 1975-December 4, 1977
62 7
Antonucci, Ron; The Old Book Store list
March 1982
62 8
Asimov, Isaac
August 17, 1968-July 28, 1976
62 9
Asimov's SF Magazine, Shawna McCarthy
September 22, 1978-December 13, 1982
62 10
Asimov's SF Magazine, Shawna McCarthy
April 11, 1983-January 9, 1986
62 11
Asimov's Speculations, Alice Laurance
August 9, 1980-January 30, 1981
62 12
Athearn, Hope re Prufrock and manuscript "Blasting of Ed Perdue"
June 9, 1983
62 13
B, Pauline, and Honey, with copies of bibliography, "Excursion Fare", miscellaneous
February 4, 1984-September 27, 1984
62 14
Baen, James editor of Galaxy, IF
June 19, 1974-October 23, 1976
62 15
Ballard, J.G.
June 29, 1983
62 16
Ballinger, Trice
October 21, 1983
62 17
Bankier, Amanda to Raccoona, to Tiptree, re The Witch and the Chameleon
August 13, 1974-July 17, 1976
62 18
Bantam Books, copies of Nebula short story nominations by Waldrop, Shepard, Wilhelm
1985
62 19
Barbour, Douglas re Le Guin and review of Tiptree's work
August 13, 1975-July 5, 1976
62 20
Barr, Marleen and proofs of "Science Fiction's Invisible Female Man"
December 5, 1984
62 21
Barron, Neil re SFRA review of "With Delicate Mad Hands"
September 8, 1984-December 9, 1984
62 22
Bates, Russell
February 19, 1975-July 1, 1980
62 23
Battin, Margaret Pabst re fan letter from Tiptree
October 12, 1975
62 24
Benford, Gregory discussion of fantasy and science fiction
April 2, 1983-June 28, 1983
62 25
Bennett, Carl
October 16, 1976
62 26
Bennett, Carol re "The Screwfly Solution"
May 13, 1977-June 8, 1977
62 27
Bester, Alfred; revealing Sheldon identity
May 2, 1977-October 7, 1983
62 28
Bester, Alfred
November 4, 1983-October 19, 1985
62 29
Biggle, Lloyd re PROCON 1
July 19, 1979
62 30
Bishop, Gerald "New SF Published in Great Britain"
1970
63 1
Bishop, Michael and Bruce Mcallister re Bishop's manuscript "Cold War Orphans"
March 13, 1978-June 24, 1978
63 2
Bishop, Michael
September 21, 1982-November 24, 1984
63 3
Bishop, Michael and Bishop's manuscript "Introduction: Bringing It All Back Home"
January 14, 1985-March 29, 1986
63 4
Blish, James
September 10, 1969-September 17, 1969
63 5
Blish, Judy
March 9, 1978
63 6
Bob and Mimi re biography requests
June 4, 1982
63 7
Bova, Ben re Analog, Omni, Best of Nebulas
December 27, 1973-August 1, 1987
63 8
Bowling Green University, Ray Browne
March 12, 1975-November 8, 1978
63 9
Boyett, Steven
December 22, 1985-May 11, 1986
63 10
Brennert, Alan re his review of "10,000 Light Years…"
December 15, 1975
63 11
Brin, David
March 14, 1987
63 12
Brown, Charles and Dena
July 11, 1973-October 1, 1973
63 13
Brown, Charles; LOCUS subscription, note on sealed correspondence
December 11, 1973-March 23, 1979
63 14
Brown, Charles
December 2, 1980-June 26, 1986
63 15
Brown, Charles; biography of biggest thrill of Ali's life
February 23, 1985
63 16
Brown, Stephen of Stardate soliciting story and review of Neuromancer
September 9, 1985
63 17
Bruner, John; review of "Ten Thousand Light Years from Home"
October 6, 1972-December 8, 1975
63 18
Bryant, Ed to James Tiptree
March 6, 1976-May 11, 1976
63 19
Bryant, Ed to Raccoona Sheldon
ca. 1976-ca. 1977
63 20
Budrys, Algis review of "Up the Walls of the World"
September 1978-November 15, 1983
63 21
Bukato, Wiktor re Polish National SF and F club
March 31, 1979-November 7, 1979
63 22
Bunch, David
January 16, 1969-August 21, 1971
63 23
Burgess, Anthony
February 2, 1971-April 6, 1972
63 24
Burgess, John re interview
August 20, 1974-September 5, 1974
63 25
Burns, Kevin and F and SF Book Co., Inc.
March 21, 1978-March 7, 1985
63 26
Calvino, Italo
January 20, 1970-February 2, 1971
63 27
Campbell, John W.
December 4, 1969
63 28
Carnell Literary Agency, Leslie Flood
June 9, 1975-February 28, 1978
63 29
Carol, Avedon and fanzines "The Invisible Fan III and IV"
May 31, 1977-October 22, 1979
63 30
Carr, Terry and Donald Wollheim, ACE
July 26, 1969-May 27, 1971
63 31
Carr, Terry; royalties Universe and Best SF of the Year, fanzine Gilgamesh
March 5, 1979-April 5, 1982
63 32
Carr, Terry re publications and royalties Universe and Best SF of the Year
March 1, 1983-March 6, 1986
63 33
Carter, Lin re his book "Look Behind Tolkien"
April 29, 1969
63 34
Catalano, Frank
September 3, 1973
63 35
Chang, Glenn
November 20, 1974-November 27, 1974
63 36
Charnas, Suzy McKee
September 8, 1975-March 24, 1983
63 37
Charnas, Suzy McKee
January 27, 1984-September 4, 1986
63 38
Chauvin, Cy and Tiptree's explanation of "When the Swimming Pool is empty"
July 25, 1973-July 9, 1974
63 39
Cheap Street Limited Edition Specialty Press
March 17, 1982-December 1982
63 40
Cherryh, C.J.
June 3, 1979-February 5, 1984
64 1
Chicon IV Program Book
1982
64 2
Church of Scientology
1975
64 3
Clan, Jinnia re fanzine
ca. 1975
64 4
Clareson, Thomas, subscription to "Extrapolation" fanzine
June 24, 1974-June 27, 1975
64 5
Clareson, Thomas re Extrapolation newsletter
September 26, 1975-December 7, 1976
64 6
Clark, Jeff re his review of Tiptree
August 8, 1973-May 11, 1974
64 7
Clough, Brenda W. interview transcript, manuscript for Washington Woman
May 18, 1984-January 31, 1985
64 8
Clute, John
January 1, 1976
64 9
Cogswell, Ted re SFWA, Craig Strete
January 31, 1973-December 2, 1975
64 10
Coulson, Buck and Juanita
June 7, 1973-September 25, 1976
64 11
Cover, Arthur re strategic defense questionnaire
July 8, 1983
64 12
Cowper, Richard
March 8, 1979-November 14, 1983
64 13
Crews, Harry re review of SF works
November 9, 1971
64 14
Cruttwell, Patrick
November 24, 1968-April 24, 1971
64 15
Curtis, Richard re "Green Go", "Brightness Falls from the Air"
December 31, 1983-March 9, 1987
64 16
D'Ammassa, Don
July 16, 1974-August 8, 1974
64 17
Dann, Jack
July 13, 1975-June 10, 1985
64 18
Datlow, Ellen re Omni, SFWA Nebula nominees
January 1984-January 28, 1985
64 19
Davidson, Avram
May 3, 1972-December 18, 1986
64 20
Day, Joyce re entry in "Foundation: the review of science fiction"
February 27, 1986-January 27, 1987
64 21
Decarnin, Camilla (Mog) re "Houston, Houston..." in Worlds Apart
June 13, 1982-April 6, 1987
64 22
del Rey, Judy Lynn
February 13, 1969-June 10, 1973
64 23
del Rey, Judy Lynn re Warm Worlds and Otherwise
July 16, 1973-December 5, 1974
64 24
del Rey, Judy Lynn re Warm Worlds and Otherwise
January 15, 1975-July 16, 1975
64 25
del Rey, Judy Lynn re Star Songs of an Old Primate
August 12, 1975-July 20, 1982
64 26
del Rey, Judy Lynn re "Excursion Fare", "Out of Everywhere", review
September 24, 1980-June 7, 1984
64 27
del Rey, Lester
May 12, 1969-October 12, 1975
64 28
Delany, Samuel
ca. 1970-February 10, 1975
64 29
Delap, Richard
April 29, 1974-December 7, 1975
64 30
DeMuth, Michel re French translations of Galaxy stories
June 19, 1972-January 10, 1974
64 31
Dick, Philip K.
January 16, 1969-1981
64 32
Dockter, Gary
April 3, 1982-May 30, 1983
64 33
Dockter, Gary and photos
June 14, 1983-March 22, 1986
65 1
Dozois, Gardner
April 23, 1974-December 1976
65 2
Dozois, Gardner; revealing Sheldon identity, blurb for Gardner's book
December 20, 1976-April 22, 1977
65 3
Dozois, Gardner; essay "The Fiction of James Tiptree, Jr"
1977
65 4
Dozois, Gardner; "The Fiction of James Tiptree, Jr" reprint
1977
65 5
Dozois, Gardner and Susan Casper; manuscript "Dinner Party"
May 31, 1979-May 20, 1983
65 6
Dozois, Gardner
May 28, 1983-October 9, 1985
65 7
Dozois, Gardner copies of "Disciples", "Snow Job"
May 1983
65 8
Dozois, Gardner copies of "Executive Clemency", "Touring"
May 1983
65 9
Dozois, Gardner manuscript "Morning Child", "Slow Dancing with Jesus"
May 1983
65 10
DuPont, Denise re "Women of Vision" biography, reviews
April 3, 1986-November 1, 1988
65 11
Dytch, Albert re Ten Thousand Light Years from Home
June 27, 1972-December 25, 1972
65 12
Dytch, Albert re Ten Thousand Light Years from Home
January 1, 1973-February 1, 1973
65 13
Dytch, Albert
May 10, 1973-December 26, 1973
65 14
Dytch, Albert
March 18, 1974-January 19, 1981
65 15
Dytch, Albert photo signed effless imp
ca. 1972-ca. 1981
65 16
Eichelman Fred re Virginia Council for the Social Studies ROVACON 6 invitation
September 14, 1979-July 14, 1981
65 17
Eiseley, Loren
March 7, 1973-April 4, 1973
65 18
Eisenstein, Alex and Phyllis re "You are there"
January 17, 1985-March 5, 1985
65 19
Elliot, Jeffrey
February 26, 1980-April 15, 1983
65 20
Ellison, Harlan
June 25, 1972-December 22, 1973
65 21
Ellison, Harlan
March 1974-July 9, 1974
65 22
Ellison, Harlan; revealing Sheldon identity
October 11, 1974-June 3, 1979
65 23
Ellison, Harlan
September 5, 1979-August 20, 1986
65 24
Emshwiller, Carol
May 24, 1975
65 25
Eyre Methuen Ltd, Peter Lavery
June 17, 1975-December 11, 1975
66 1
Farquharson Ltd., John re French translations
11-May-79-June 21, 1984
66 2
Ferraro, Sharon, booms press, re "Last Flight of Dr. Ain"
May 22, 1975
66 3
Felix (no last name) re Dann-Dozois-chain letter
September 30, 1985
66 4
Ferman, Ed re F and SF publishing
January 7, 1981-June 24, 1984
66 5
Finder, Jan Howard copy "Finder's Guide to Australterrestrials"
July 12, 1975-July 19, 1984
66 6
Ford, John M calligrapher for "Brightness Falls…"
Dec-81-May 5, 1986
66 7
Forward, Dr. Robert L. of Hughes Research Labs
May 20, 1974
66 8
Frane, Jeff re "Hedgehog" fanzine
May 8, 1977
66 9
Frankel, Norman re Tiptree entry in The Writers Directory
September 17, 1985
66 10
Fratz, Doug of fanzine "Thrust"
September 25, 1976-November 9, 1986
66 11
Frazier, Bob re poetry
November 23, 1976-February 10, 1978
66 12
Freff
March 17, 1977-July 26, 1977
66 13
Frisch, Adam re article in "Science Fiction and the Women who Write It"
September 14, 1982-June 27, 1984
66 14
Gardner, Martin re The Skeptical Inquirer
June 15, 1983-July 18, 1984
66 15
Garey, Terry and Ctein
February 6, 1978-July 25, 1978
66 16
Geis, Richard
May 30, 1970-September 4, 1975
66 17
Gellman, Lawrence
January 29, 1973-January 6, 1974
66 18
Geng, Veronica
September 20, 1975-November 20, 1975
66 19
Gerrold, David and Stephen Goldin
December 16, 1968-August 1, 1983
66 20
Gerrold, David re copyright bill
July 15, 1975
66 21
Gibson, William
February 16, 1984
66 22
Gillespie, Bruce re SF Commentary fanzine
July 31, 1973
66 23
Goldin, Stephen and David Gerrold
January 31, 1970-December 11, 1977
66 24
Gracia, Julia-Rita re "Lirios" use of Spanish
December 2, 1981-December 12, 1981
66 25
Green, Jen; Women's Press, re "Morality Meat"
May 29, 1984-April 29, 1985
66 26
Greenberg, Martin re Sheldon essay for "IF"
February 24, 1980-March 3, 1980
66 27
Grey (no last name)
July 21, 1983
66 28
Guthridge, George re Olympics SF story
November 17, 1980-December 17, 1980
66 29
Halley, Aleister re photo request; copy of SF and F engagement calendar with Sheldon's picture
March 26, 1986-September 1986
66 30
Harrison, Harry and poem
July 19, 1968-December 11, 1971
66 31
Harrison, Harry
April 27, 1972-December 11, 1973
66 32
Harrison, Harry and publicity photo
January 9, 1974-July 19, 1984
67 1
Hartwell, David re "Brightness Falls from the Air"
November 20, 1980-May 28, 1984
67 2
Hartwell, David re "Brightness Falls from the Air"
June 2, 1984-August 22, 1984
67 3
Hartwell, David: cover photo for "Brightness Falls from the Air"
1984
67 4
Hartwell, David re "Brightness Falls from the Air" and "Starry Rift"
October 17, 1984-September 19, 1985
67 5
Hartwell, David re "Starry Rift"
November 18, 1985-February 13, 1987
67 6
Hay, George
December 1971-December 15, 1972
67 7
Hay, George
January 3, 1973-November 21, 1974
67 8
Hay, George
April 10, 1975-May 18, 1983
67 9
Hayden, Patrick and Teresa in TAFF newsletter
November 26, 1984
67 10
Heil, Fred
January 26, 1981-December 20, 1986
67 11
Heil, Fred and "The Ticket" manuscript
ca. 1985
67 12
Hester, Paul re secretarial service, "Green Go" manuscript changes
September 16, 1983-July 16, 1984
67 13
Hinge, Mike drawings
1971
67 14
Hong, Clifford re "Worlds of IF"
May 16, 1986
67 15
Howard, Denys and "Lavendar Butterfly Publication 29"
February 10, 1975-October 29, 1977
67 16
Jenrette, Dave re TABUIAN fanzine
March 1975-November 26, 1975
67 17
Justice, Keith re Universe fanzine
May 26, 1975-July 20, 1975
67 18
Keller, Donald re fanzines
May 20, 1972-March 20, 1983
67 19
Keller, Tatiana re maintaining a pseudonym
April 25, 1981-August 21, 1981
67 20
Kelly, Pat
July 28, 1971-November 5, 1971
67 21
Kenner, Hugh
July 28, 1969-August 4, 1969
68 1
Kidd, Virginia
February 11, 1969-December 1969
68 2
Kidd, Virginia
December 4, 1972-November 4, 1973
68 3
Kidd, Virginia
January 29, 1974-September 28, 1979
68 4
Kidd, Virginia; literary agency contracts and "Slow Music"
May 10, 1982-February 29, 1984
68 5
Kidd, Virginia; dispute with Richard Curtis Assoc.; photo of Kidd
March 10, 1984-August 31, 1984
68 6
Kidd, Virginia
October 5, 1984-March 11, 1983
68 7
Kidd, Virginia
April 23, 1985-August 25, 1985
68 8
Kidd, Virginia
September 11, 1985-April 19, 1986
68 9
Kidd, Virginia re "Starry Rift", "Yanqui Doodle"
May 15, 1986-April 20, 1987
68 10
Knight, Damon
February 19, 1969-April 6, 1983
68 11
Koppelman, Susan re her book "The Other Woman"
June 25, 1983-January 24, 1984
68 12
Koppelman, Susan
January 28, 1984-December 22, 1986
68 13
Lapidus, Jerry re fanzine "Tomorrow And"
July 5, 1972-April 1, 1974
68 14
Lee, Tanith
August 23, 1976-October 2, 1974
68 15
Lehrer, Tom re quoting "The Razor-Blade of Life"
August 3, 1984
69 1
Le Guin, Ursula K.
April 7, 1971-December 1972
69 2
Le Guin, Ursula K.
January 5, 1973-December 30, 1973
69 3
Le Guin, Ursula K.
January 6, 1974-July 24, 1974
69 4
Le Guin, Ursula K.
August 20, 1974-December 25, 1974
69 5
Le Guin, Ursula K.
January 3, 1975-December 16, 1975
69 6
Le Guin, Ursula K.
January 13, 1976-December 20, 1976
69 7
Le Guin, Ursula K.
January 1, 1977-October 21, 1977
69 8
Le Guin, Ursula K.
May 27, 1978-December 11, 1979
69 9
Le Guin, Ursula K.
January 16, 1980-December 23, 1981
69 10
Le Guin, Ursula K.
February 16, 1982-June 17, 1983
69 11
Le Guin, Ursula K.
August 24, 1983-December 1987
69 12
Le Guin, Ursula K.; card with poem "Will you write a little faster…"
no date
70 1
Leiber, Fritz
May 4, 1974-May 11, 1974
70 2
Leonard, John re NYT book review of SF works
May 20, 1972-January 17, 1973
70 3
Levett, Gray re L. Ron Hubbard
February 1, 1982
70 4
Levin, Jeff re "Letters from Yucatan"
May 1, 1973-January 30, 1985
70 5
Levin, Jeff and "SuperMouse Comix" by Ursula Le Guin
December 1978
70 6
Ley, Sandra re alternative history story ideas
March 28, 1974-April 26, 1974
70 7
LoBrutto, Pat re "Ten Thousand Light Years from Home"
June 18, 1973-July 28, 1976
70 8
LoBrutto, Pat re "Byte Beautiful", review
February 1980-1986
70 9
Lyerly, Elena of Audio Saga re audio version of "The Women Men Don't See"
January 3, 1985-November 27, 1985
70 10
Lynn, Elizabeth re Sheldon identity
August 1, 1975-November 1, 1977
70 11
Macfarlane, Wallace
April 29, 1974-March 10, 1977
70 12
Madsen, Henry re Danish fanzine
January 24, 1977-July 27, 1977
70 13
Magida, Phylis re touring Mexico
February 25, 1974-May 22, 1978
70 14
Malzberg, Barry, re Sheldon's "the Imboden Effect"
October 26, 1968-December 19, 1969
70 15
Malzberg, Barry
April 30, 1972-December 31, 1972
70 16
Malzberg, Barry re "Her smoke Rose Up Forever"
January 3, 1973-December 27, 1973
70 17
Malzberg, Barry
January 6, 1974-December 5, 1974
70 18
Malzberg, Barry; revealing Sheldon identity
April 30, 1975-October 17, 1977
70 19
Malzberg, Barry
February 1,1979-December 2, 1985
70 20
Margolit Craffey, Sally
September 19, 1981-August 31, 1986
70 21
Markham Tad re "Houston Houston Do You Read"
January 24, 1980-February 13, 1980
70 22
Marrs, Lee
December 1981-December 1982
70 23
Marshall, Thea re AP and NPR interview for "To Life" program
March 13, 1985-April 10, 1985
70 24
McAllister, Bruce; book review
February 6, 1975-January 30, 1981
70 25
McCaffrey, Anne
September 6, 1968-February 27, 1984
71 1
McIntyre, Vonda
August 21, 1972-December 31, 1972
71 2
McIntyre, Vonda
January 5, 1973-December 31, 1973
71 3
McIntyre, Vonda
January 2, 1974-July 14, 1974
71 4
McIntyre, Vonda
July 16, 1974-November 19, 1974
71 5
McIntyre, Vonda
January 14, 1975-December 13, 1975
71 6
McIntyre, Vonda
March 14, 1976-October 29, 1977
71 7
McIntyre, Vonda manuscript Dreamsnake pp.1-195
February 1, 1978
71 8
McIntyre, Vonda manuscript Dreamsnake pp.196-413
February 1, 1978
71 9
McIntyre, Vonda
April 19, 1978-December 31, 1980
71 10
McIntyre, Vonda re Dreamsnake t-shirt decal
ca. 1979
71 11
McIntyre, Vonda
August 19, 1981-March 29, 1986
71 12
McIntyre, Vonda re "the Vondati Feminist Manual"
no date
72 1
Miller, Jimmy re fan letter from Tiptree on "The Big Win"
ca. 1971
72 2
Miller, P. Schuyler, letter of thanks from Tiptree on review article
December 2, 1973
72 3
Mills, Robert re Quintana Roo stories and others
May 19, 1980-December 19, 1980
72 4
Monteleone, Thomas
August 6, 1972
72 5
Moorcock, Michael
April 26, 1972-May 8, 1972
72 6
Motz, Lloyd re astronomy book
May 4, 1976
72 7
NASA Invitation to attend Voyager 2 Uranus encounter
January 25, 1986
72 8
NBC re Star Trek scheduling and cancellation
August 16, 1968-April 15, 1969
72 9
NBC re Star Trek script submission
April 17, 1967-July 1968
72 10
Nicholls, Peter re Foundation: The Review of SF, The encyclopedia of SF
June 24, 1974-November 1979
72 11
Nimoy, Leonard fan letter from James Tiptree
November 12, 1969
72 12
Notkin, Debbie re review of "Brightness Falls From The Air"
January 8, 1985
72 13
NY Times Book Review Editor, essay protesting Kenner's SF reviews
July 27, 1980
72 14
Olson, Meredith, manuscript "Spatial Ability of Gifted Readers"
December 19, 1983-April 17, 1985
72 15
Ostrowsky-Lantz, Jonathan
December 3, 1976-1980
72 16
Page, Gerold; Pulsar Anthology
ca. 1971-ca. 1972
72 17
Pangborn, Edgar
August 27, 1974-July 18, 1975
72 18
Panshin, Alexei and Cory
September 13, 1976
72 19
Payes, Rachel
April 30, 1973-November 9, 1974
72 20
Payes, Rachel
February 19, 1975-September 26, 1979
72 21
Perret, Pattie re photos for "The Faces of Science Fiction", review
July 7, 1983-May 1985
72 22
Perrin, Noel
May 10, 1976-March 2, 1987
72 23
Pflock, Karl re Science Fiction Review
April 1, 1977-July 27, 1977
72 24
Pierce, John J. re Renaissance fanzine
April 3, 1974-February 26, 1987
72 25
Planchat, Henry-Luc re French publication of "Swimming Pool"
January 10, 1974-July 5, 1975
72 26
Platt, Charles
February 2, 1982-July 15, 1982
72 27
Platt, Charles; interview transcript
June 19, 1982
72 28
Platt, Charles; Sheldon's notes on interview and why she took male alias
June 1982
72 29
Platt, Charles; interview manuscript
August 1982
73 1
Platt, Charles; interview manuscript
September 10, 1982-October 27, 1982
73 2
Platt, Charles
November 16, 1982-July 1986
73 3
Platt, Charles; "Profile: James Tiptree, Jr." in Asimov
April 1983
73 4
Platt, Charles; "Dream Makers" Vol II, biography sketch of Tiptree
1983
73 5
Platt, Charles
1983
73 6
Platt, Charles; "Star Haven", "The Coldness" copies and Sheldon's critique
ca. 1982-ca. 1983
73 7
Pohl, Frederik; re "Happiness is a Warm Spaceship"
April 13, 1969-December 23, 1976
73 8
Pohl, Frederik; re essay "Who is Tiptree, What is She"
June 15, 1982-December 21, 1984
73 9
Porter, Andy of ALGOL re id of Sheldon, Craig Strete
December 21, 1973-November 14, 1978
73 10
Pournelle, J.E.
October 8, 1975
73 11
Preiss, Byron; re "Second Going" in The Universe anthology
May 8, 1986-February 11, 1987
73 12
Preussner, Alanna re "Women and Fantasy"
July 11, 1977-July 31, 1977
73 13
Randall, Marta re Sheldon identity
January 13, 1977
73 14
Reginald, Robert
June 19, 1974-December 26, 1977
73 15
Risso, Donna
1980-April 25, 1985
73 16
Robinson, Spider
December 1983-January 27, 1984
73 17
Roogna, Martin
May 21, 1974-January 23, 1975
73 18
Rooney, Bill of Ballantine Books
no date
73 19
Ross, Jean re Contemporary Authors, biography galley
March 20, 1980-October 20, 1983
73 20
Ross, Jean re Contemporary Authors, notes, transcript draft 1
July 1, 1982
73 21
Ross, Jean re Contemporary Authors, manuscript draft , p.1-9
September 1982
73 22
Ross, Jean re Contemporary Authors, manuscript draft pp.18-44
September 1982
73 23
Ross, Jean re Contemporary Authors, manuscript draft pp1-17
September 1982
73 24
Ross, Jean re "Contemporary Authors: A Bio-Bibliographical Guide", Vol 108, pp.443-450
1983
74 1 ca. 1970-ca. 1976
74 2 no date
74 3 May 5, 1972-December 5, 1973
74 4 January 15, 1974-December 16, 1974
74 5 February 1, 1975-April 30, 1975
74 6 May 14, 1975-May 18, 1975
74 7 May 23, 1975-November 27, 1975
74 8 December 12, 1975
74 9 February 15, 1976-October 29, 1976
74 10 November 7, 1976-September 25, 1977
74 11 July 6, 1978-June 7, 1979
74 12 August 19, 1979-March 30, 1980
74 13 April 8, 1980-November 29, 1980
74 14 December 4, 1980-April 20, 1981
74 15 May 5, 1981-March 28, 1982
74 16 June 6, 1982-June 12, 1984
74 17 July 7, 1984-July 19, 1985
74 18 January 7, 1985
74 19 ca. 1979
75 1
Russo, Nancy
July 16, 1982
75 2
Ryan, Paul A. re fanzine O'Ryan
October 26, 1976
75 3
Saberhagen, Fred and Stephen Donaldson re Berserker use
July 17, 1984-August 1, 1984
75 4
Sadoul, Jacques re French translation of "Your Haploid Heart"
February 4, 1975-September 23, 1976
75 5
Sakers, Don
April 27, 1985
75 6
Salmonson, Jessica Amanda and newsletter about her surgery
November 17, 1975-January 1981
75 7
Sargent, Pamela re "The Women Men Don't See"
May 24, 1977-November 3, 1983
75 8
Saunders, Buddy and Howard Waldrop re Nebula recommendation
November 3, 1974
75 9
Schmelzer, Wendy re NPR interview
December 18, 1980-December 30, 1980
75 10
Schweitzer, Darrell "The Tale of the Tarnished Plain"
1973
75 11
SFWA article on living next to the CIA
July 10, 1973-November 4, 1973
75 12
SFWA Racoona Sheldon membership
September 1, 1974-November 27, 1975
75 13
SFWA Awards to Tiptree/Raccoona
March 4, 1975-April 25, 1985
75 14
SFWA Awards votes by Tiptree/Sheldon
December 9, 1968-December 5, 1980
75 15
SFWA Nebula Awards Reports
December 15, 1972-January 15, 1978
75 16
SFWA Nebula Awards Reports
January 25, 1980-September 30, 1983
75 17
SFWA Nebula Awards Reports
January 15, 1984-January 1987
75 18
SFWA miscellaneous
August 26, 1968-December 25, 1973
75 19
SFWA miscellaneous
January 14, 1974-July 29, 1979
75 20
SFWA miscellaneous
December 17, 1980-March 8, 1987
75 21
SFWA outline for "the SFWA-SFRA Anthology"
ca. 1977
75 22
SFWA Tiptree letter for bulletin on sealed correspondence
March 29, 1979
75 23
SFWA Bulletin V13N3
1978
75 24
SFWA Forum #66 and #87
June 1979-May 1984
75 25
SFWA Directory 1983, 1987
1983-1987
76 1
Siegel, Mark, proposes book "Readers Guide to…Tiptree", Lillian Heldreth review
November 30, 1981-July 4, 1982
76 2
Siegel, Mark, his manuscript "Wound of Passion Meets…"
July 7, 1982
76 3
Siegel, Mark; photo with daughter
July 7, 1982-September 10, 1982
76 4
Siegel, Mark, three copies of Sheldon's interview responses
September 12, 1982
76 5
Siegel, Mark, manuscripts "Hartland" "A Metaphysical …"
September 15, 1982-September 17, 1982
76 6
Siegel, Mark; draft manuscript "Readers Guide to Tiptree Ch. 1"
September 24, 1982-December 29, 1982
76 7
Siegel, Mark; photos of Mark, wife, daughter
January 1, 1983-April 28, 1983
76 8
Siegel, Mark; photo of Mark's daughter, Japan
May 7, 1983-December 13, 1983
76 9
Siegel, Mark; from Japan
January 2, 1984-August 26, 1984
76 10
Siegel, Mark, manuscript Ch. 8 on Brightness Falls
November 5, 1984-January 14, 1985
76 11
Siegel, Mark
February 2, 1985-October 3, 1985
76 12
Siegel, Mark
October 26, 1985-December 2, 1986
77 1
Silverberg, Robert
March 31, 1971-April 9, 1987
77 2
Sirius, Jean and copies of "Women/Friends" and "We survive by ones and twos"
March 25, 1980-March 27, 1980
77 3
Slepyan, Norbert
July 22, 1971-January 1972
77 4
Smart, Wally re discovery of Tiptree identity
October 4, 1977-April 10, 1978
77 5
Smith, Curtis editor St James Press re biography
ca. 1980-May 16, 1985
77 6
Smith, Greg
July 21, 1983
77 7
Smith, Jeff; Phantasmicon material
August 28, 1970-January 22, 1971
77 8
Smith, Jeff; "If you can't laugh…" interview
February 10, 1971-June 22, 1971
77 9
Smith, Jeff; articles for KYBEN, Phantasmicon
July 20, 1971-December 7, 1971
77 10
Smith, Jeff; material for "20 Mile Zone" in Phantasmicon
January 7, 1972-May 22, 1972
77 11
Smith, Jeff
June 3, 1972-December 21, 1972
77 12
Smith, Jeff; "Going Gently Down…" for Phantasmicon
February 11, 1973-August 31, 1973
77 13
Smith, Jeff; excerpt from Granfalloon 17
May 1973
77 14
Smith, Jeff; letter introducing Raccoona's writing
September 23, 1973
77 15
Smith, Jeff; letter from Quintana Roo
November 14, 1973-July 9, 1974
77 16
Smith, Jeff; letter explaining "The Girl Who Was Plugged In", two essays for Zone
August 28, 1974-August 29, 1974
77 17
Smith, Jeff; acceptance of the Hugo Award, letters on "Women in Science Fiction"
September 4, 1974-December 14, 1974
77 18
Smith, Jeff; "Women In Science Fiction" manuscript
ca. 1974
77 19
Smith, Jeff; "Women in Science Fiction" manuscript
October 9, 1974-April 11, 1975
77 20
Smith, Jeff; comments on "Women in Science Fiction", essays for Kyben
February 1, 1975-December 12, 1975
77 21
Smith, Jeff; "Women in Science Fiction" manuscript
December 8, 1975
77 22
Smith, Jeff; "How to have an absolutely hilarious heart attack"
February 28, 1976-August 2, 1976
77 23
Smith, Jeff; revealing Sheldon identity
November 8, 1976-November 29, 1976
78 1
Smith, Jeff; article "The Short Happy Life of James Tiptree Jr."
December 3, 1976-October 26, 1977
78 2
Smith, Jeff; Autobiographic essay
November 1, 1977-November 24, 1977
78 3
Smith, Jeff
January 2, 1978-December 21, 1982
78 4
Smith, Jeff; draft naming as literary executor
ca. 1980-ca. 1987
78 5
Smith, Jeff
March 22, 1983-May 19, 1986
78 6
Smith, Jeff and Gale Research on Contemporary Authors
May 6, 1985-May 31, 1985
78 7
Smith, Jeff as literary executor and collection content
ca. 1986-July 24, 1993
78 8
Smith, Jeff fanzine CUBE
September 1994
78 9
Smith, Jeff and Dr. Theresia Sauter-Bailliet, photo
August 20, 2000
78 10
Spinrad, Norman
June 14, 1984-June 21, 1985
78 11
Spinrad, Norman
January 30, 1985-June 25, 1985
78 12
Steinem, Gloria letter requesting permissionto quote or reference
October 30, 1983
78 13
Sterling, Bruce
December 9, 1985
78 14
Stone-Blackburn, Susan re PSI and ESP
January 23, 1987
78 15
Street, Marjorie re "Brightness Falls from the Air Above"
October 18, 1983-January 31, 1984
79 1
Strete, Craig, manuscript "Deep Eye"
no date
79 2
Strete, Craig, manuscript "Every Word With a String Attached"
no date
79 3
Strete, Craig, manuscript "Just Like Gene Autry: A Foxtrot…"
no date
79 4
Strete, Craig, manuscript "We All Lived in the Warm Aquarium"
no date
79 5
Strete, Craig, manuscript "Ten Times Your Fingers and Double Your Toes"
no date
79 6
Strete, Craig, manuscript "to See the city Sitting on Its Buildings"
June 6, 1974-June 30, 1974
79 7
Strete, Craig
July 15, 1974-August 30, 1974
79 8
Strete, Craig
September 12, 1974-October 31, 1974
79 9
Strete, Craig
November 19, 1974-March 31, 1975
79 10
Strete, Craig
April 5, 1975-April 27, 1976
79 11
Strete, Craig
May 29, 1976-December 1976
79 12
Strete, Craig; revealing Sheldon identity
December 4, 1976-January 4, 1977
79 13
Strete, Craig
January 8, 1977-July 6, 1978
79 14
Strete, Craig
January 1979-September 16, 1979
79 15
Strete, Craig short story manuscripts for "If All Else Fails"
ca. 1980
79 16
Strete, Craig short story manuscripts for "If All Else Fails"
ca. 1980
79 17
Strete, Craig short story manuscripts for "If All Else Fails"
ca. 1980
79 18
Strete, Craig short story manuscripts for "If All Else Fails"
ca. 1980
79 19
Strete, Craig short story manuscripts for "If All Else Fails"
ca. 1980
79 20
Strete, Craig
January 1981-March 1985
80 1
Sturgeon, Theodore
January 15, 1969-October 16, 1983
80 2
Sullivan, Tim and copy of "Zeke"
November 10, 1981
80 3
Tanaka, Yoshiyuki re Japanese translations of Tiptree stories
January 12, 1986-December 21, 1986
80 4
Tatsumi, Takayuki request for message to TOKON VIII
April 20, 1982
80 5
Tuning, William
March 21, 1974-April 23, 1974
80 6
Turner, James re "Tales of the Quintana Roo"
November 20, 1981-August 30, 1984
80 7
Turner, James re "Tales of the Quintana Roo"
September 5, 1984-December 31, 1984
80 8
Turner, James re "Tales of the Quintana Roo"
January 10, 1985-January 15, 1988
80 9
Tymn, Marshall and Steve Miller re Jupiter Awards
May 29, 1975-June 5, 1977
80 10
Tyrrell, M. E. re "Houston" review in Liberated Quark
November 17, 1978
80 11
Unknown, note with clipping of book review using a character named Henry Tiptree
January 26, 1985
80 12
Utley, Steven re dinosaur story
July 20, 1974-July 9, 1975
80 13
Utley, Steven re "The Girl Who Was Plugged In"
April 26, 1981
80 14
Van Toen, Gordon re Hugo Awards for "Painwise" and "…Cold Hill's Side"
April 11, 1973-May 25, 1973
80 15
Victor Gollancz Ltd, John Bush
November 24, 1975-December 20, 1975
80 16
Vonarburg, Elisabeth French translator of "Up the Walls of the World"
May 5, 1979
80 17
Walker-Travis, Eleanora re cats
May 16, 1981-January 1, 1986
80 18
Walters, David H re aspects of religion in science fiction
August 1980-January 27, 1981
80 19
Weems, David re review of Tiptree
September 12, 1974
80 20
Wellman, Francis Garfield re Wellman auction
December 1, 1986
80 21
West, Paul re Tiptree's letter on D. Ackerman review of SF work
December 19, 1971-May 21, 1972
80 22
West, Paul re Book Week reviews
April 27, 1976-January 11, 1978
80 23
Weston, Peter re Andromeda collections
October 12, 1975-July 26, 1977
80 24
Whitaker, Robert J re fanzine The Hunting of the Snark
ca. 1975-ca. 1977
80 25
White, Luise re Tiptree comments on Clarke in Khatru
May 31, 1975
80 26
White, Ted
October 22, 1970-March 6, 1975
80 27
Whitlock, Dean
80 28
Whitmore, Tom of The Other Change of Hobbit
August 8, 1977-October 29, 1977
80 29
Wilder, Cherry
April 24, 1979
80 30
Wilhelm, Kate
September 19, 1969-September 12, 1974
80 31
Williamson, Jack
June 24, 1974-July 18, 1974
80 32
Willis, Connie
March 17, 1984-ca. 1986
80 33
Wolfe, Gene
April 30, 1974-November 30, 1978
80 34
Wolfe, Gene
January 5, 1984-March 10, 1987
80 35
Wolfe, Tom re Pump House essays
April 30, 1969
80 36
Wollheim, Donald
September 28, 1972-July 22, 1975
80 37
Wood, Susan; "Amor N16, N17, N18"
May 28, 1980-August 7, 1980
80 38
Wood, Susan; galleys for "James Tiptree Jr." in Science Fiction Writers
August 10, 1980-April 4, 1983
80 39
Yankovich, John and four slides of stained glass art
April 1, 1984-June 3, 1984
81 1
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn
CLOSED
January 20, 1971-December 22, 1972
81 2
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn photos
CLOSED
ca. 1972-ca. 1976
81 3
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn
CLOSED
January 1, 1973-October 23, 1973
81 4
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn
CLOSED
January 6, 1974-December 25, 1974
81 5
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn, opera and score "The Little-Girl Dragon of …"
CLOSED
ca. 1974
81 6
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn galleys of a beginners book on opera
CLOSED
ca. 1970s
81 7
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn
CLOSED
January 20, 1975-June 5, 1975
81 8
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn and six poems
CLOSED
June 24, 1975
81 9
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn with "Happy Birthday" music score
CLOSED
August 29, 1975
81 10
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn and music lesson with keyboard drawing
CLOSED
September 12, 1975
81 11
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn
CLOSED
June 30, 1975-December 16, 1975
81 12
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn
CLOSED
March 11, 1976-December 2, 1976
81 13
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn
CLOSED
January 5, 1977-October 15, 1977
81 14
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn from Tiptree with introduction to Yarbro book
CLOSED
April 6, 1977
81 15
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn and "Cinque Ritratti" music score
CLOSED
May 2, 1977
81 16
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn and 1 of 8 short stories "Un Bel Di"
CLOSED
September 21, 1977
81 17
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn , 2, 3 of 8 short stories "Disturb Not..." "Dead in Irons"
CLOSED
September 21, 1977
81 18
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn, 4,5 of 8 short stories "Into My Won" "Generalissimo's…"
CLOSED
September 21, 1977
81 19
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn, 6, 7, 8 of 8 short stories "Meaning of the Word" "Frog Pond" "Everything..."
CLOSED
September 21, 1977
82 1
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn manuscript "Palazzo San Germano" pp.1-108
CLOSED
ca. 1977
82 2
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn manuscript "Palazzo San Germano" pp.109-227A
CLOSED
ca. 1977
82 3
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn manuscript "Palazzo San Germano" pp.228-356
CLOSED
ca. 1977
82 4
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn manuscript "Palazzo San Germano" pp.357-435
CLOSED
ca. 1977
82 5
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn and horse, cat photos
CLOSED
January 14, 1979-October 28, 1983
82 6
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn and horse, cat photos
CLOSED
October 29, 1984-May 27, 1986
83 1
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn birthday and other cards
CLOSED
ca. 1972-ca. 1986
C: From Tiptree's file labeled "Good Short Stories SF"
This subseries includes science fiction stories Sheldon considered well-written.
Box Folder
84 1
Greg Bear, "The White Horse Child" and "Blood Music"
1979-June 1983
84 2
David Bischoff, "Wired"
August 1983
84 3
Pat Cadigan, "Variation on a Man"
January 1984
84 4
Jacques Carrie, "Maximum Common Denominator", "Suicidal Pieces", "The Sky", correspondence
June 2, 1980
84 5
Jack Dann, "A Quiet Revolution for Death", "Camps", "Blind Shemmy", "Bad Medicine"
1978-1983
84 6
Gardner Dozois, "Morning Child"
January 1984
84 7
Phyllis and Alex, Eisenstein, "You Are Here"
1977
84 8
George Florance-Guthridge, "The Quiet"
1982
84 9
William Gibson, "New Rose Hotel"
July 1984
84 10
Edmond Hamilton, "What's It Like Out There?"
1974
84 11
Nancy Kress, "Out of all them bright stars"
March 1985
84 12
Ursula K. Le Guin, "Nine Lives"
November 1969
84 13
Elizabeth Lynn, "At the Embassy Club"
June 1984
84 14
Bruce McAllister, "When the Fathers Go"
February 2, 1983-January 20, 1985
84 15
Richard McKenna, "Casey Agonistes"
ca. 1973
84 16
Chad Oliver, "Ghost Town"
September 1983
84 17
Hilbert Schenck, "The Geometry of Narrative"
1983
84 18
Lucius Shepard, "Salvador"
1983
84 19
Bruce Sterling, "Sunken Gardens"
June 1984
84 20
Bruce Sterling and William Gibson, "Red Star, Winter Orbit"
July 1983
84 21
Michael Swanwick, "Trojan Horse"
December 1984
84 22
John Varley, "Options"
1979
D: Bibliography
This subseries contains lists of Sheldon's publications.
Box Folder
85 1
Copyright and Publication notes
1968-1973
85 2
Tiptree publications and collections
1976
85 3
From "The Fiction of James Tiptree, Jr." by Gardner Dozois
1977
85 4
Alice Sheldon, Raccoona, Tiptree, drafts and notes
ca. 1982-ca. 1984
85 5
Drafts
1984-1985
85 6
With plot summaries and word counts
1986
85 7
Alpha Publication list, where first published, date, word count
1986
E: Biography
This subseries contains biographical and autobiographical essays about Alice Sheldon.
Box Folder
85 8
"The Relevant Biography" written by Alice Sheldon for psychologist
ca. 1974-ca. 1975
85 9
"Who Is Tiptree, What Is He?" introduction by Robert Silverberg
February 1975
85 10
"How to have an absolutely hilarious heart attack" manuscript for Khatru
April 5, 1976
85 11
LOCUS
January 30, 1977-September 18, 1985
85 12
Notes comparing SF Women authors, reactions to Tiptree as a woman
ca. 1977
85 13
"The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction", correspondence, proof
1979-1987
85 14
"Uncle Tip's Ugliness Secrets"
ca. 1980
85 15
Sheldon's "Biography" file with extra copies of biographical letters
May 21, 1981-February 23, 1985
85 16
For "Byte Beautiful" and notes on Chivalry
ca. 1983
85 17
Dream Makers Vol II
1983
85 18
Contemporary Authors Vol 108
July 15, 1983
85 19
For Doubleday and Co.
1984
85 20
Obituaries
May 20, 1987
85 21
Contemporary Literary Criticism Yearbook 1987
September 16, 1988
85 22
"Reflections" by Robert Silverberg for Amazing
March 1993
85 23
"The 200 Most Important People in SF and F" from Starlog
March 1994
F: Science Fiction Notebooks and Notes
This subseries contains Sheldon's ideas for stories.
Box Folder
86 1
Notebook #1 Miscellany 1969-1974, story ideas
1969-1974
86 2
Notebook #2 Miscellany 1974
1974
86 3
Notebook #3 Starts
ca. 1972
86 4
Notebook #4 story ideas, memoire, poems by Crane, Updike, Cummings…
August 1974-1977
86 5
Notebook #5 SF/Literary Miscellaneous Notes
ca. 1970-ca. 1975
86 14
Notes: Atrocity story idea
June 30, 1984
86 13
Notes: "Beneborn", "Spring in Winter" story ideas
January 1983
86 6
Notes: "Faithful Wife and Dog" story idea
no date
86 15
Notes: list of people to write to reveal Tiptree as Alice Sheldon
1976
86 17
Notes: miscellaneous science fiction notes, ideas
ca. 1965-ca. 1987
86 11
Notes: names and title ideas
ca. 1970-ca. 1980
86 12
Notes: "plot germs and notes"
1977-1984
86 7
Notes: "Rare Earth" short story
no date
86 16
Notes: review of Craig Kee Strete
ca. 1974
86 8
Notes: "The Shell" story idea
no date
86 9
Notes: "Sweet Stranger in My Head"
ca. 1970-ca. 1976
86 10
Notes: story ideas
ca. 1970-ca. 1980
87 1
Notes: story "bits", names, "odd data", miscellaneous; notes in small file box and 3x5 spiral notebooks
ca. 1970-1986
G: From Tiptree's "Literary Criticism" file
This subseries contains literary criticism of Sheldon's writings by others.
Box Folder
88 1
"The Fiction of James Tiptree Jr" by Gardner Dozois
1976
88 2
"A Reader's Guide to Science Fiction", James Tiptree Jr entry
1979
88 3
"Science Fiction Writers, Critical Studies…", James Tiptree Jr by Susan Wood
May 11, 1981-1982
88 4
"Toward New Sexual Identities: James Tiptree, Jr. by Adam Frisch
January 1, 1982
88 5
"Women and Science Fiction" review of genre in New York Times
May 2, 1982
88 6
Extrapolation V23,N1, "Love is the Plan…Feminism and Fatalism…"
1982
88 7
"Science Fiction, Growing Pains and Future Shock" by Michael Dirda
November 13, 1984
88 8
Reviews after May 19, 1987
1987-1993
H: Fanzines, journals, magazines, newsletters, newspapers
This subseries contains copies of Sheldon's science fiction fanzines and other publications relating to science fiction.
Box Folder
89 1
ALGOL 18, 19, 20
May 1972-May 1973
89 2
ALGOL 21, 22, 23
November 1973-November 1974
89 3
ALGOL 24, 25, 26
June 1975-May 1976
89 4
ALGOL 27
October 1976
89 5
ALGOL 28
February 1977
89 6
ALGOL 29
August 1977
89 7
ALGOL 30
December 1977
89 8
ALGOL 31
April 1978
89 9
ALGOL 32
August 1978
89 10
ALGOL 33
November 1978
89 11
The Alien Critic 4, Richard Geis ed.
January 11, 1973
89 12
The Alien Critic 5, 6, Richard Geis ed.
May 1973-August 1973
89 13
The Alien Critic 7, Richard Geis ed.
November 1973
89 14
The Alien Critic 8,9, Richard Geis ed.
February 1974-May 1974
90 1
The Alien Critic 11, Richard Geis ed.
January 11, 1973
90 2
The Amnesia Report, Avedon Carol ed.
May 18, 1984
90 3
The Anthology of Speculative Poetry, Robert Frazier ed.
1980
90 4
APA - Jeff 1, Jeff Smith ed.
April 1980
90 5
Arena 7 and 9, Geoff Rippington ed.
March 1978-August 1979
90 6
Ares, The Magazine of SF and F Simulation No.. 1
March 1980
90 7
Beard Mutterings 4, Rich Brown
August 26, 1983
90 8
Bellerophon's Rage V2N5, V2N6, V2N8, Denys Howard
December 1977-May 1978
90 9
Blatant 8, 9, 11, 12, 14, Avedon Carol
May 15, 1981-October 29, 1985
90 10
Books, Bruce Gillespie
ca. 1971
90 11
Breakthrough, Henry Bitman
December 1974
90 12
Bulletin du Sfan 20, Jean Milbergue
October 1979
90 13
The Bulletin of the SFWA 81, 82, 83
1983-1984
90 14
The Bulletin of the SFWA 87, 93
1985-1986
90 15
Cap'n Ro's Whizz-bang V1N5, Ro Nagey ed.
1974
90 16
Cap'n Ro's Whizz-bang V2N1, Ro Nagey ed.
1975
90 17
The Cy Chauvin Memorial Fanzine, Larry Downs ed.
March 1976
90 18
Cynical 10, William Wagner
1977
90 19
Cypher 9, James Goddard
March 1973
90 20
Cypher 10, James Goddard
October 1973
90 21
Cypher 11, 12, James Goddard
May 1974-November 1974
90 22
Dear Rude Bitch, 2 issues, Lucy Huntzinger, Avedon Carol
1983-1984
91 1
Delap's F and SF Review 1, 4, 5, 7, Richard Delap ed.
May 1975-October 1975
91 2
Delap's F and SF Review 9, 10, Richard Delap ed.
December 1975-January 1976
91 3
Delap's F and SF Review 11, 15, Richard Delap ed.
February 1976-June 1976
91 4
Delap's F and SF Review 16, 21, Richard Delap ed.
July 1976-December 1976
91 5
The Diagonal Relationship 1, Arthur Hlavaty
May 7, 1977
91 6
Don-o-saur 38, 39, 40, Don Thompson
November 1974-February 1975
91 7
Don-o-saur 41, 42, Don Thompson
April 1975-July 1975
91 8
Don-o-saur 43, 44, Don Thompson
October 1975-February 1976
91 9
Don-o-saur 49, Don Thompson
July 1977
91 10
Don-o-saur 50, 51, Don Thompson
August 1977-1978
91 11
Dork-Pizzle 4, 5, 6, 7, Carl Bennett
November 1975-February 1976
91 12
Dylanoid Relic 1, 2 and Ofermod 2, with column by Tiptree
May 1972-July 18, 1973
91 13
Effen Essef v1n2, with review by Chris Barrett of "a Momentary Taste of Being"
October 30, 1975
91 14
The Eildon Tree v1n1, Donald Keller ed.
1974
91 15
Elementary v1n1, Donna Balopole, ed.
December 1973
91 16
Empire 5,6, Mark McGarry ed.
February 19, 1976
91 17
Empire 7, Mark McGarry ed.
June 7, 1976
91 18
Eridani Triad II
June 1971
92 1
The E-Star-Ian Explorer 3, Wayne Martin
February 5, 1976
92 2
Extrapolation v15n1, Thomas Clareson ed.
December 1973
92 3
Extrapolation v15n2, Thomas Clareson ed.
May 1974
92 4
Extrapolation v16n1, Thomas Clareson ed.
December 1974
92 5
Extrapolation v16n2, Thomas Clareson ed.
May 1975
92 6
Extrapolation v17n1, Thomas Clareson ed.
December 1975
92 7
Extrapolation v17n2, Thomas Clareson ed.
May 1976
92 8
Extrapolation v18n1, Thomas Clareson ed.
December 1976
92 9
Extrapolation v18n2, Thomas Clareson ed.
May 1977
92 10
Extrapolation v19n1, Thomas Clareson ed.
December 1977
93 1
Extrapolation v20 n2,3,4, Thomas Clareson ed.
1979
93 2
Extrapolation v22 n1,2, Thomas Clareson ed.
March 1981-June 1981
93 3
Extrapolation v22 n3,4, Thomas Clareson ed.
September 1981-December 1981
93 4
Extrapolation v25 n1,2, Thomas Clareson ed.
March 1984-June 1984
93 5
Extrapolation v25 n3,4, Thomas Clareson ed.
September 1984-December 1984
93 6
Extrapolation v26, n1,2, Thomas Clareson ed.
March 1985-June 1985
93 7
Extrapolation v26, n3,4, Thomas Clareson ed.
September 1985-December 1985
93 8
Fanny Hill 2, Somtow Sucharitkul, Dan Joy eds.
September 19, 1977
93 9
Fantasiae v1n4
July 1973
93 10
Fantasy Book v2n1, Dennis Mallonee ed.
February 1983
93 11
Fantasy Book v4n4, Dennis Mallonee ed.
December 1985
94 1
Fantasy Newsletter v3,n4, Paul Allen
April 1980
94 2
Fantasy Review 65, 66, 67, Robert Collins ed.
March 1984-May 1984
94 3
Fantasy Review 68, 69, 70, Robert Collins ed.
June 1984-August 1984
94 4
Fantasy Review 71, 72, 73, Robert Collins ed.
September 1984-November 1984
94 5
Fantasy Review 74, 75, 76, Robert Collins ed.
December 1984-February 1985
94 6
Fantasy Review 77, 78, 79, Robert Collins ed.
March 1985-May 1985
94 7
Fantasy Review 80, 81, 82, Robert Collins ed.
June 1985-August 1985
94 8
Fantasy Review 83, 85, Robert Collins ed.
September 1985-November 1985
94 9
Fantasy Review 86, 87, 88, Robert Collins ed.
December 1985-February 1986
94 10
Fantasy Review 89, Robert Collins ed.
March 1986
95 1
Fictum Miraculum v1n1, C.E. Bennett ed.
July 1975
95 2
Foudroyant 1, Mike Blake
1975
95 3
Foundation, Review of Science Fiction 1, two copies
March 1972
95 4
Foundation, Review of Science Fiction 2
June 1972
95 5
Foundation, Review of Science Fiction 3
March 1973
95 6
Foundation, Review of Science Fiction 4
July 1973
95 7
Foundation, Review of Science Fiction 5
January 1974
95 8
Foundation, Review of Science Fiction 6
May 1974
95 9
Foundation, Review of Science Fiction 7-8, index
March 1975
95 10
Foundation, Review of Science Fiction 9
November 1975
95 11
Foundation, Review of Science Fiction - A Report
March 1976
95 12
Foundation, Review of Science Fiction 10
June 1976
96 1
Foundation, Review of Science Fiction 11-12
March 1977
96 2
Foundation, Review of Science Fiction 13
May 1978
96 3
Foundation, Review of Science Fiction 14
September 1978
96 4
The Future Retrospective 2,3, Cliff Biggers, Susan Biggers eds.
January 1975-May 1975
96 5
The Future Retrospective 4,5, Cliff Biggers, Susan Biggers eds.
June 1975-November 1975
96 6
The Future Retrospective 6,7, Cliff Biggers, Susan Biggers eds.
1976
96 7
The Future Retrospective 9-10, Cliff Biggers, Susan Biggers eds.
December 1976
96 8
The Future Retrospective 11, Cliff Biggers, Susan Biggers eds.
May 1977
96 9
The Future Retrospective 12, Cliff Biggers, Susan Biggers eds.
August 1977
96 10
Galileo 3, Charles Ryan ed.
April 1977
96 11
Gorbett 4, David Gorman, Beth Gorman eds.
June 1973
96 12
Gorbett 5,6, David Gorman, Beth Gorman eds.
March 1974-April 1974
96 13
Gorbett 7,8, David Gorman ed.
June 1974-July 1974
96 14
Gorbett 9,10, David Gorman ed.
September 1974-November 1974
96 15
Grand Delusions 1, Chris Hoth ed.
December 1, 1975
96 16
Harbinger 3,4,5, Reed Andrus ed.
June 1976-1977
96 17
Harlot 1,3, Avedon Carol, Annie Laurie Logan eds.
July 1980-1982
97 1
Hedgehog 1, Jeff Frane ed.
1977
97 2
Holwe Lond 1,2, Donald Keller ed.
March 1972-January 1973
97 3
The Hunting of the Snark 4, 10, Robert Whitaker
1975-September 1976
97 4
Inscape 1, Donald Keller ed.
December 1982
97 5
Inscape 2, Donald Keller ed.
September 1983
97 6
Inside Star Trek 1, 2, Ruth Berman ed.
July 1968-August 1968
97 7
The Invisible Fan V, VI, Avedon Carol ed.
January 1977-June 1978
97 8
The Invisible Fan VII, VIII, Avedon Carol ed.
December 1978-March 1979
97 9
Janus v2n4, Janice Bogstad, Jeanne Gomoll eds.
December 1976
97 10
Janus v3n2, Janice Bogstad, Jeanne Gomoll eds.
1977
97 11
Janus v3n3, Janice Bogstad, Jeanne Gomoll eds.
1977
97 12
Janus v3n4, Janice Bogstad, Jeanne Gomoll eds.
December 1977
97 13
Janus v4n1, Janice Bogstad, Jeanne Gomoll eds.
March 1978
97 14
Janus v4n2-3, Janice Bogstad, Jeanne Gomoll eds.
June 1978-September 1978
97 15
Janus v4n4, Janice Bogstad, Jeanne Gomoll eds.
December 1978
97 16
The Jininia Clan Journal v1n11, v2n2, Nelson Bond Society pub.
November 1974-February 1975
98 1
Khatru 1, Jeff Smith ed. (copy 1)
February 1975
98 2
Khatru 1, Jeff Smith ed. (copy 2)
February 1975
98 3
Khatru 2, Jeff Smith ed. (copy 1)
May 1975
98 4
Khatru 2, Jeff Smith ed. (copy 2)
May 1975
98 5
Khatru 3-4, Jeff Smith ed. (copy 1)
November 1975
98 6
Khatru 3-4, Jeff Smith ed. (copy 2)
November 1975
98 7
Khatru 5, Jeff Smith ed. (copy 1)
April 1976
98 8
Khatru 5, Jeff Smith ed. (copy 2)
April 1976
98 9
Khatru 6, Jeff Smith ed. (copy 1)
April 1977
98 10
Khatru 7, Jeff Smith ed., revelation of Tiptree identity (copy 1)
February 1978
98 11
Khatru 7, Jeff Smith ed., revelation of Tiptree identity (copy 2)
February 1978
98 12
Kinesis 1, Virginia Kidd ed.
February 1969
98 13
Kinesis 2, Virginia Kidd ed.
March 1969
98 14
Knights 13, Mike Bracken ed.
September 1975
98 15
Knights 14, Mike Bracken ed.
December 1975
98 16
Knights 16, Mike Bracken ed.
June 1976
99 1
Kyben 1, Jeff Smith, Donald Keller eds.
August 1973
99 2
Kyben 2,3,4, Jeff Smith ed.
August 1972-July 1973
99 3
Kyben 5 (2 copies), 6, Jeff Smith ed.
September 1973-January 1974
99 4
Kyben 7,8,9,10, Jeff Smith ed.
March 1974-November 1974
99 5
Kyben 11,12,13, Jeff Smith ed.
March 1975-January 1976
99 6
Lavendar Butterfly Publications 11, 34, Denys Howard ed.
January 1976-January 1978
99 7
L-5 Society Newsletter 10
June 1976
99 8
Letters, Alpajpuri aka Paul Novitski
ca. 1965-ca. 1970
99 9
The Liberated Quark 1,6 M.E. Tyrrell, George Beahn eds.
October 1977-August 1978
99 10
Lizzine 1,2,3,5,10, Elizabeth Lynn ed.
August 1977-March 1979
99 11
LOCUS 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, Charlie Brown, Dena Brown eds.
December 30, 1972-February 24, 1973
99 12
LOCUS 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, Charlie Brown, Dena Brown eds.
March 23, 1973-April 14, 1973
99 13
LOCUS 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, Charlie Brown, Dena Brown eds.
April 28, 1973-June 23, 1973
99 14
LOCUS 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, Charlie Brown, Dena Brown eds.
July 7, 1973-September 15, 1973
99 15
LOCUS 150, 151, 152, 153, Charlie Brown, Dena Brown eds.
November 10, 1973-January 5, 1974
99 16
LOCUS 276, 277, 278, 279, Charlie Brown ed.
January 1984-April 1984
99 17
LOCUS 280, 281, 282, 283, Charlie Brown ed.
May 1984-August 1984
100 1
LOCUS 284, 285, 286, 287, Charlie Brown ed.
September 1984-December 1984
100 2
LOCUS 288, 289, 290, 291, Charlie Brown ed.
January 1985-April 1985
100 3
LOCUS 292, 293, 295, 296, Charlie Brown ed.
May 1985-September 1985
100 4
LOCUS 297, 298, 299, 300, Charlie Brown ed.
October 1985-January 1986
100 5
LOCUS 301, 302, 303, 304, Charlie Brown ed.
February 1986-May 1986
100 6
LOCUS 307, 308, 309, 310 Charlie Brown ed.
August 1986-November 1986
100 7
LOCUS 312, 313, 314, Charlie Brown ed.
January 1987-March 1987
100 8
LOCUS 316, Charlie Brown ed.
May 1987
100 9
Majoon 1,2, Mog Decarnin ed.
April 1985-October 1986
100 10
Maya 10, 11, Robert Jackson ed.
March 1976-August 1976
100 11
Mistakes are Mistakes, Philcon newsletter by Jeff Glencannon, Jeff Smith, others
ca. 1971
101 1
Mom's Home Made Apple Fanzine 1000, Jessica Amanda Salmonson
1974
101 2
Mystery and Detective Monthly 1,2,8, Jeff Smith
June 1984-March 1985
101 3
Mythologies 1,2,3, Don D'Ammassa
October 1974-January 1975
101 4
Mythologies 4, Don D'Ammassa
April 1975
101 5
Mythologies 5, Don D'Ammassa
June 1975
101 6
Mythologies 6, Don D'Ammassa
August 1975
101 7
Naginata 1,2,3,4,5,6, Jessica Amanda Salmonson
August 1980-c January 1981
101 8
The Neo-Pre-Raphaelite Revue 2, 3, Jeff Smith ed.
April 27, 1980-c July 1980
101 9
New Worlds, Charles Platt ed.
September 1979
101 10
Notes 7, Denis Quane
July 28, 1974
101 11
Nothing to Say 5, Jim Sanders
1971
101 12
Nyctalops 13, 1977 issue, reprinted by Silver Scarab Press
1980
101 13
OLIAS 1, music reviews by Jeff Smith
December 1976
101 14
Orca 1, Jennifer Bankier ed.
1976
101 15
Orca 2, Jennifer Bankier ed.
March 1978
101 16
O'Ryan 4,6, Paul O'Ryan ed.
July 1976-August 1979
101 17
Out Worlds 19, 20, William Bowers ed.
March 1974-June 1974
101 18
Out Worlds 21,22, William Bowers ed.
July 1974-December 1974
101 19
Pacific Northwest Review of Books #0
December 1977
102 1
The Patchin Review 1,2, Charles Platt ed.
July 1981-September 1981
102 2
The Patchin Review 3,4, Charles Platt ed.
January 1982-June 1982
102 3
The Patchin Review 5, Charles Platt ed.
October 1982-December 1982
102 4
The Patchin Review 6,7, Charles Platt ed.
March 1983-March 1985
102 5
The Patchin Review REM 2,3,7, Charles Platt ed.
October 1985-April 1987
102 6
Peripheral Visions 2,3, Wally Smart ed.
June 1977-September 1977
102 7
Peripheral Visions 4,5, Wally Smart ed.
May 1978-January 1979
102 8
Phantasmicon 1, Donald Keller, Jeffrey Smith eds.
July 1969
102 9
Phantasmicon 3.5, by R.A. Lafferty, Donald Keller, Jeffrey Smith eds.
1970
102 10
Phantasmicon 4, Donald Keller, Jeffrey Smith eds.
February 1971
102 11
Phantasmicon 5, Donald Keller, Jeffrey Smith eds.
April 1971
102 12
Phantasmicon 6, Donald Keller, Jeffrey Smith eds.
June 1971
102 13
Phantasmicon 7, Donald Keller, Jeffrey Smith eds.
September 1971
102 14
Phantasmicon 8, Donald Keller, Jeffrey Smith eds. Copy 1
December 1971
102 15
Phantasmicon 8, Donald Keller, Jeffrey Smith eds. Copy 2
December 1971
103 1
Phantasmicon 9, Donald Keller, Jeffrey Smith eds. Copy1
February 1972
103 2
Phantasmicon 9, Donald Keller, Jeffrey Smith eds. Copy 2
February 1972
103 3
Phantasmicon 10, Donald Keller, Jeffrey Smith eds.
November 1972
103 4
Phantasmicon 11, Donald Keller, Jeffrey Smith eds. Copy1
May 1974
103 5
Phantasmicon 11, Donald Keller, Jeffrey Smith eds. Copy 2
May 1974
103 6
The PRSFS Newsletter (Potomac River SF Society), Don Miller ed.
January 3, 1979
103 7
Red Herring 1,2,3,5, Jeffrey Smith ed.
November 1973-November 1974
103 8
Red Herring 7,8,9,10, Jeffrey Smith ed.
September 1976-March 1977
103 9
Red Herring 14,18,20,21, Jeffrey Smith ed.
January 1978-1979
103 10
Red Herring 24,25,26, Jeffrey Smith ed.
June 1980-September 1980
103 11
Red Herring 27,28, Jeffrey Smith ed.
October 1980-January 1981
103 12
Red Herring 29,30,31, Jeffrey Smith ed.
March 1981-July 1981
103 13
Red Herring 57, Jeffrey Smith ed.
September 1987
103 14
Red Planet Earth v1n1, Craig Strete ed.
1974
103 15
Red Planet Earth v1n2, Craig Strete ed.
1974
103 16
Red Planet Earth v1n4, Craig Strete ed.
1974
103 17
Red Planet Earth v1n5, Craig Strete ed.
1974
103 18
Red Planet Earth v1n6, Craig Strete ed.
1974
103 19
Renaissance v5n3, v5n4, John J. Pierce ed.
June 1973-September 1973
103 20
Renaissance, John J. Pierce ed.
January 1975-March 1975
103 21
Requiem 17, Norbert Spehner
September 1977
104 1
Richard E. Geis 1, R.E. Geis ed.
April 1972
104 2
Richard E. Geis 2, R.E. Geis ed.
July 1972
104 3
Richard E. Geis 3, R.E. Geis ed.
September 1972
104 4
Rigel 1, Eric Vinicoff
June 1981
104 5
Rigel 2, Eric Vinicoff
September 1981
104 6
Rigel 3, Eric Vinicoff
January 1982
104 7
Rigel 4,5, Eric Vinicoff
March 1982-September 1982
104 8
Rigel 6,7, Eric Vinicoff
December 1982-March 1983
104 9
Rigel 8, Eric Vinicoff
June 1983
104 10
Science Fiction Chronicle v2n4, v7n10, Andrew Porter ed.
January 1981-July 1986
104 11
Science Fiction Review 36,37, Richard Geis ed.
March 1970-April 1970
104 12
Science Fiction Review 38,39, Richard Geis ed.
June 1970-August 1970
104 13
Science Fiction Review 40,41, Richard Geis ed.
October 1970-November 1970
104 14
Science Fiction Review 42, Richard Geis ed.
January 1971
105 1
Science Fiction Review 43, Richard Geis ed.
March 1971
105 2
Science Fiction Review 12 aka "The Alien Critic", Richard Geis ed.
February 1975
105 3
Science Fiction Review 13 aka "The Alien Critic", Richard Geis ed.
May 1975
105 4
Science Fiction Review 14,15, Richard Geis ed.
August 1975-November 1975
105 5
Science Fiction Review 16,17,18, Richard Geis ed.
Feb-76-Aug-76
105 6
Science Fiction Review 19,20,21, Richard Geis ed.
August 1976-May 1977
105 7
Science Fiction Review 22,23,24, Richard Geis ed.
August 1977-February 1978
105 8
Science Fiction Review 25,26, Richard Geis ed.
May 1978-July 1978
105 9
Science Fiction Studies 37,41
November 1985-March 1987
105 10
Scintillation 8, Carl Eugene Bennett ed.
March 1976
105 11
Scintillation 10,11,12, Carl Eugene Bennett ed.
September 1976-March 1977
105 12
Scintillation 13, Carl Eugene Bennett ed.
June 1977
106 1
SF Commentary 30, 31, Bruce Gillespie ed.
October 1972-December 1972
106 2
SF Commentary 34, Bruce Gillespie ed.
February 1973
106 3
SF Commentary 35.36.37, Bruce Gillespie ed.
September 1973
106 4
SF Commentary 38,39, Bruce Gillespie ed.
November 1873-September 1974
106 5
SF Commentary 40, Bruce Gillespie ed.
September 1974
106 6
SF Commentary 41.42, Bruce Gillespie ed.
February 1975
106 7
SF Echo 21, Edward Connor ed.
November 1974
106 8
The SF and F Journal 86, Don Miller ed.
February 12, 1976
106 9
The SF and F Journal 87, Don Miller ed.
February 22, 1976
106 10
SF and F - A Science Fiction Fanzine 36, J.E. Purviance, Jr. ed.
September 1977
106 11
SFRA Newsletter 123-126,128,132,133,135, Richard Miller ed.
July 1984-October 1985
106 12
SFRA Newsletter 136,137,139,140, Richard Miller ed.
November 1985-April 1986
106 13
SFRA Directories 1984, 1985
September 1984-August 1985
106 14
SFRA conference program 1985
June 27, 1985
107 1
Sheldon's Plan 35,36, Cy Chauvin ed.
June 1974-September 1974
107 2
Sheldon's Plan 38, Cy Chauvin ed.
March 1976
107 3
Sheldon's Plan 40,41, Cy Chauvin ed.
September 1976-September 1977
107 4
The Spang Blah v3n1-v3n4, v4n1-v4n3, Jan Howard Finder ed.
March 1975-September 1976
107 5
The Spang Blah 13,15, Jan Howard Finder ed.
January 1977-September 1977
107 6
Speculation 33, Peter R. Weston ed.
1973
107 7
Speculative Poetry Review, Robert Frazier ed., includes Tiptree poem, correspondence
1977
107 8
Starship aka ALGOL, 38,39,40, Andrew Porter ed.
March 1980-November 1980
107 9
Tabebuian 22-27, Mardee Jenrette, Dave Jenrette eds.
June 1975-February 1976
107 10
Tabebuian 28-33, Mardee Jenrette, Dave Jenrette eds.
1976-July 1977
107 11
Tangent 7-8, David Truesdale ed.
June 1977
107 12
The Tattooed Dragon and the Idol's Eye, William Rotsler, artist, author, ed.
1974
107 13
The Tattooed Dragon and the Queen of Mars, William Rotsler, artist, author, ed.
1975
107 14
Thrust SF and F Review 7,8,23, Doug Fratz ed.
March 1976-December 1985
107 15
Tomorrow and … 6, Jerry Lapidus ed.
1971
107 16
Tomorrow and … 7, Jerry Lapidus ed.
1971
108 1
Tomorrow and … 8, Jerry Lapidus ed.
1971
108 2
Tomorrow and … 9, Jerry Lapidus ed.
1973
108 3
Tomorrow and … 9 supplement, Jerry Lapidus ed.
1973
108 4
To the Stars 1, John Trimble, Bjo Trimble eds.
1983
108 5
Universe SF Review, May, June, July, August issues, Keith Justice ed.
May 1975-August 1975
108 6
Unknown Worlds v1n5, Roy Thomas ed.
September 1975
108 7
Unknown Worlds v1n6, Roy Thomas ed.
December 1975
108 8
Unlettered, the SF Newszine of the Carolinas, 9,10,11, David Friese, Dennis Smirl eds.
June 1981-August 1981
108 9
The Useless Diatribe 2, Carl Bennett ed.
April 1976
108 10
Verge, Avedon Carol ed.
May 24, 1985
108 11
Voyage 3, William Rotsler, artist, author, ed.
1974
108 12
WAFPTPWAR, Denys Howard ed.
1976
108 13
Windhaven 2,3,4, Jessica Amanda Salmonson ed.
1977
108 14
The Witch and the Chameleon 1,2, Amanda Bankier ed.
August 1974-November 1974
108 15
The Witch and the Chameleon 2,3, Amanda Bankier ed.
November 1974-April 1, 1975
108 16
The Witch and the Chameleon 3,4, Amanda Bankier ed.
April 1, 1975-September 1975
108 17
The Witch and the Chameleon 4,5-6, Amanda Bankier ed.
September 1975-1976
108 18
Women and Men 2,3,4, aka WAM aka Lavendar Butterfly, Denys Howard ed.
October 15, 1974-February 1, 1975
108 19
Women and Men 5, aka WAM aka Lavendar Butterfly, Denys Howard ed.
May 30, 1975
109 1
Women and Men 6. aka WAM aka Lavendar Butterfly, Denys Howard ed.
October 15, 1974-February 1, 1975
109 2
Women and Men 7, aka WAM aka Lavendar Butterfly, Denys Howard ed.
October 15, 1974-February 1, 1975
109 3
Write Now, John Trimble, Bjo Trimble eds.
1981
109 4
The WSFA Journal 83, Donald Miller ed.
April 1974
109 5
The WSFA Journal 84, Donald Miller ed.
December 1974
109 6
The WSFA Journal 85, Donald Miller ed.
August 1975
109 7
The WSFA Journal Supplement 199, 200, Index to V12, Donald Miller ed.
ca. 1972-November 1974
109 8
The WSFA Journal: "Son of WSFA" and "WSF Newsletter", Donald Miller ed.
July 1974-May 1, 1975
109 9
Yandro 219, Robert Coulson, Juanita Coulson eds.
February 1973
109 10
Yandro 226, Robert Coulson, Juanita Coulson eds.
April 1974
109 11
Yandro 226, Robert Coulson, Juanita Coulson eds.
April 1974
109 12
Yandro 227, Robert Coulson, Juanita Coulson eds.
June 1974
109 13
Yandro 228, Robert Coulson, Juanita Coulson eds.
September 1974
109 14
Yandro 229, Robert Coulson, Juanita Coulson eds.
November 1974
109 15
Yandro 230, Robert Coulson, Juanita Coulson eds.
c January 1975
109 16
Yandro 231, Robert Coulson, Juanita Coulson eds.
April 1975
109 17
Yandro 232, Robert Coulson, Juanita Coulson eds.
June 1975
109 18
Yandro 233, Robert Coulson, Juanita Coulson eds.
November 1975
109 19
Yandro 234, Robert Coulson, Juanita Coulson eds.
January 1976
110 1
Yandro 235, Robert Coulson, Juanita Coulson eds.
April 1976
110 2
Yandro 236, Robert Coulson, Juanita Coulson eds.
July 1976
110 3
Yandro 237, Robert Coulson, Juanita Coulson eds.
August 1976
110 4
Yandro 238, Robert Coulson, Juanita Coulson eds.
December 1976
Subseries I: Science Fiction Memorabilia
Box Folder
111 1
"Repent, Harlequin!" said the Ticktockman t-shirt
This subseries contains artifacts and memorabilia relating to science fiction.
111 2
Analog's AnLab Winner t-shirt
111 3
Carter The Great, The Magic Cellar San Francisco t-shirt
112 1
Hugo Certificate of Award
September 1974
112 2
Table of Science Fiction Elements from Alice Sheldon's bulletin board
May 1981
112 3
T-shirt decal of deep space antenna on an asteroid, love-hate decal
no date
113 1
"Paper napkin shredded by Gardner Dozois"
May 27, 1979
113 2
SF Chronicle Reader Award, Medal for Best Novella
1986

Series VII:  WomenReturn to Top

This series contains materials from files and notebooks that Sheldon labeled "Women."

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
114 1
Correspondence: Abortion Issue letters
July 18, 1973-January 12, 1974
114 2
Correspondence: American Psychological Association re membership in Div. 35
December 22, 1972-March 1985
114 3
Correspondence: Barbach, Lonnie re "Women Write Erotica" and "Trey of Hearts"
May 17, 1983-August 22, 1985
114 4
Correspondence: Blair, Susan and Judi Rockefeller, Jan Liebman re ERA and NOW
August 5, 1973-December 12, 1973
114 5
Correspondence: Casses, Valerie re "The Women Men Don't See"
May 11, 1986-November 3, 1986
114 6
Correspondence: Catoggio, Josy re the Woman's Building in LA
December 21, 1978
114 7
Correspondence: CBS and FCC re Phyllis Schlafley as member of news panel
July 17, 1973-October 15, 1973
114 8
Correspondence: Chisholm, Shirley re contribution
November 5, 1973-November 12, 1973
114 9
Correspondence: Cronkite, Walter of CBS from Mrs. Huntington Sheldon
October 30, 1973
114 10
Correspondence: Equal Rights Amendment letters
July 26, 1973-August 10, 1973
114 11
Correspondence: The Feminist Press re research materials for "The Human Male"
April 25, 1973-June 12, 1973
114 12
Correspondence: Freeman, Jo re thesis on problem of structurelessness in women's lib movement
June 21, 1973-July 23, 1973
114 13
Correspondence: Hicks, c. Thomas re legal advice on women's charitable organization
January 30, 1981
114 14
Correspondence: Hinte, Terri re Aphra subscription
April 17, 1973
114 15
Correspondence: Kenton, Jennifer of Foundation for Women's Health, Research, and Development
December 18, 1984
114 16
Correspondence: KNOW newsletters
1981-1982
114 17
Correspondence: letters "to the editor" satire on fetus rights
April 20, 1981
114 18
Correspondence: MacPherson, Myra re article on Masters and Johnson
July 22, 1973
114 19
Correspondence: McDiarmid, Dorothy re Equal Rights Amendment
August 5, 1973-August 15, 1973
114 20
Correspondence: Ms. and Trella Laughlin re Bequests to a charitable organization for women
November 1973-July 17, 1974
114 21
Correspondence: Ms. Respondents to bequests article
December 7, 1973-November 6, 1974
114 22
Correspondence: Ms. Re subscriptions and feedback
October 31, 1972-April 25, 1973
114 23
Correspondence: National Geographic Society re Henrietta Leavitt
April 20, 1976-May 20, 1976
114 24
Correspondence: O'Hair, Madalyn Mays; undeliverable letter from Tiptree
January 2, 1980
114 25
Correspondence: Phillips, Rufus of Fairfax Board of Supervisors on sex-segregated sports for children
April 4, 1975-April 12, 1975
114 26
Correspondence: Tavener, Don of WETA-TV on program "Woman: Choices…"
November 16, 1972
114 27
Correspondence: Times Change Press re "Unbecoming Men"
June 6, 1973
114 28
Correspondence: [unknown last name], Judy re dress and mannerisms of news reporter
June 20, 1985
114 29
Essay: Letter from My Life to Hers
ca. 1940s
114 30
Femzine: Women v5n1, correspondence Elinore Krell
June 6, 1977
114 31
Lecture: "How to make women rape-proof" and self defense supplies
no date
114 32
Manuscript: The General Nature of Women by Alice Bradley
no date
114 33
Manuscript: The Little girls by Alice Bradley
no date
114 34
Manuscript: The Trouble with Women by Alice Bradley
no date
114 35
Manuscript: The Vondati Feminist Manual manuscript
no date
114 36
Manuscript: The Women Haters by Alice Bradley
no date
114 37
Manuscript: Women - The Next Sex by Alice Bradley
no date
114 38
Manuscript: Women's Education and the Physical World by Alice Bradley
no date
114 39
Manuscript: What to do about women - Cynic II by Alice Bradley
no date
114 40
Manuscript: on women, notes, fragments by Alice Bradley
no date
114 41
New Yorker: letters to the editor on "The Superiority of Women"
no date
114 42
Publication: letter to the editor of Chess Review v19n2 by Alice Sheldon
February 1951
114 43
Topic Notes: last man plots, aggression between men and women
ca. 1970s
114 44
Topic Notes: on being a woman
ca. 1975-ca. 1983
114 45
Topic Notes: on female masochism
no date
114 46
Topic Notes: Rape Crisis Center Notes
ca. 1977

Series VIII:  Writing, not science fictionReturn to Top

This series contains miscellaneous materials on writing aside from science fiction.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
115 1
Correspondence: Ali, Muhammed; fan letter from Alice Sheldon
November 9, 1979
115 2
Correspondence: Baker, Russell; fan letter from James Tiptree
March 20, 1983
115 3
Correspondence: Karges, Joann
October 20, 1982
115 4
Correspondence: Nelson, Hal re Martha Mitchel quote
August 3, 1980-April 1, 1982
115 5
Correspondence: New York Times Editor re William Safire's column
November 26, 1981
115 6
Correspondence: Raymond, Fred I. to Alice Sheldon on "Limitist Politics"
April 1, 1947
115 7
Letters: a quarterly literary news sheet
June 28, 1975
115 8
Maledicta: newsletters, fliers
ca. 1978-ca. 1984
115 9
Miscellaneous: Authors Guild Bulletin
September 1975
115 10
Miscellaneous: "The Bare Minimum of Spanish Needed"
ca. 1970-ca. 1975
115 11
Miscellaneous: "A Botanical Guide to Bigots" notebook
no date
115 12
Miscellaneous: dictionary definition of cant
no date
115 13
Miscellaneous: Greek Alphabet
no date
115 14
Miscellaneous: library organization notes
no date
115 15
Miscellaneous: Linguistic Abomination of the Month, clipping
June 13, 1983
115 16
Miscellaneous: list of signs and symbols, notes to secretarial service
September 24, 1979-September 16, 1983
115 17
Miscellaneous: "The Look of Measles, or Random Notes…at Boca Paila…" essay
ca. 1980s
115 18
Miscellaneous: Lyrics from Yes songs
ca. 1977
115 19
Miscellaneous: name divisor aid
no date
115 20
Miscellaneous: notes on "After the Fall" by Arthur Miller
ca. 1965
115 21
Miscellaneous: notes on technique
no date
115 22
Miscellaneous: "Off to Africa" letter to Pat
December 13, 1986
115 23
Miscellaneous: Travel logs
1971-1980
115 24
Notebook: important books of life, page of SF story
April 13, 1985
115 25
Poem: "When the rich have gutted the glorious Earth"
no date
115 26
Publication: "Neat Sheets: The Poetry of James Tiptree Jr." source poetry
ca. 1950s-ca. 1980s
115 27
Topic Notes: Dreaminess of men and practicality of women
no date
115 28
Topic Notes: Eight writing projects and 1st draft of Hilarious Heart Attack Intro
December 28, 1982
115 29
Topic Notes: Fund National Defense from Charity and Poor from Taxes
no date
115 30
Topic Notes: on New Zealand
1980
115 31
Verbatim: correspondence Lurence Urdang
December 10, 1982-December 21, 1982
115 32
Verbatim: excerpts from V, VII, VIII
1978-1982
115 33
Verbatim: Vol. XI N2, N3, N4, catalog
1982-1985

Series IX:  Oversize MiscellaneousReturn to Top

This series includes oversize materials relating to all aspects of Sheldon's life and career.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
116 1
Golda Meir poster "But can she type?"
1970
116 2
Perception of light/dark, white/black table A; (fragile original) see Box 18 Folder 16 for copy
ca. 1946-ca. 1960
116 3
The Washington Post section 1, two copies, front page obituary
May 20, 1987
116 4
Mary Bradley: book jacket for "The Five Minute Girl"
1936
116 5
Mary Bradley: "Enjoys Live in the Heart of the Jungle" newspaper article (fragile original)
ca. 1935-ca. 1940
116 6
Mary Bradley: poster "Caravans and Cannibals"
1925
116 7
Mike Hinge poster "Earth Shuttle 2021"
1971
116 8
International Star Registry map and certificate naming a star James Tiptree Jr.
December 10, 1984
116 9
Photo Interpretation: aerial photo of city
1949
116 10
Photo Interpretation: Army map reproduced from the Automobile Association's Throughway Map of London
ca. 1940-ca. 1945
116 11
The Hatchet Encounter, George Washington University newspaper articles on Educational Psychology
March 9, 1967
116 12
Memorabilia: Alice Bradley society clippings (fragile originals)
February 1933-Decemberr 1934
117 1
Science Fiction: Aboriginal SF V1N1, p.5 review of "Tales of the Quintana Roo"
October 1986
117 2
Science Fiction: Akwesasne Notes V6N2, Craig Strete ed.
June 1974
117 3
Science Fiction: Akwesasne Notes V6N3, Craig Strete ed.
July 1974
117 4
Science Fiction: Pacific Northwest Review of Books V1N2, p.6 review of "Up the Walls of the World"
May 1978
117 5
Science Fiction: SF Booklog, N7
February 1976
117 6
Science Fiction: SF Booklog, N10
August 1976
117 7
Science Fiction: SF Booklog, N12
December 1976
117 8
Science Fiction: SF Booklog, N13
March 1977
117 9
Science Fiction: Universe SF Review N5 p.3 review of "Warm Worlds and Otherwise"
September 1975
117 10
Science Fiction: Universe SF Review N6
December 1975
117 11
Science Fiction: Unknown Netherlands newspaper story on Craig Strete
ca. 1979
118 1
Memorabilia: George Washington University, Doctor of Philosophy Diploma
February 22, 1967

Series X:  Audio and Video RecordingsReturn to Top

This series audio cassettes primarily of Sheldon speaking on various topics, but also published cassettes and DVDs of Sheldon's stories.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
119 1
1: Audiotape: Amhuin Suidhe - original 1968
1 sound cassette (analog)
1968
119 3
2: Audiotape: Scotland #1, letter and music from Alice Sheldon to Mary Bradley
1 sound cassette (analog)
September 1968
119 2
3: Audiotape: Scotland #2, letter and music from Alice Sheldon to Mary Bradley
1 sound cassette (analog)
September 1968
119 4
4: Audiotape: letter from Alice Sheldon to Mary Bradley
1 sound cassette (analog)
December 1969
119 5
5: Audiotape: Nakina Ontario camp 1969 #1
1 sound cassette (analog)
1969
119 6
6: Audiotape: Nakina Ontario camp 1969 #2
1 sound cassette (analog)
1969
119 7
7: Audiotape: Yucatan 1970
1 sound cassette (analog)
1970
119 8
8: Audiotape: Woody, Lodge 1970 May
1 sound cassette (analog)
May 1970
119 9
9: Audiotape: Nonsense for James Tiptree from Le Guin
1 sound cassette (analog)
December 1972
119 10
10: Audiotape: Midnite notes on matrimony; "housework"
1 sound cassette (analog)
July 1973
119 11
11: Audiotape: Notes
1 sound cassette (analog)
December 1974
119 12
12: Audiotape: SF Notes
1 sound cassette (analog)
no date
119 13
13: Audiotape: The Women Men Don't See, by James Tiptree Jr.
1 sound cassette (analog)
1986
119 14
14: Videotape: The Man Who Walked Home, Wiscon 21 convention dramatization
1 videocassette (vhs)
May 24, 1997
119 15
15: DVD: The Screwfly Solution
1 electronic optical discs (dvd)
December 8, 2006
119 16
16: CDR: Weird Romance, includes adaptation of The Girl Who Was Plugged In by James Tiptree
1 electronic optical disc (cd)
1992

XI:  PhotosReturn to Top

This series includes professional photographs of Sheldon for promotional purposes, and photographs of friends.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
120 1
SF Promotional Photos: Alice and Huntington Sheldon in their garden, 9 color slides by J. Reber
May 1977
120 2
SF Promotional Photos: Alice Sheldon in her garden, 15 color slides by J. Reber
May 1977
120 3
PH_001-PH_005: SF Promotional Photos: Alice and Huntington Sheldon in their garden, 5 color prints 5x7 by J. Reber
May 1977
120 4
PH_006-PH_014: SF Promotional Photos: Alice Sheldon in her garden smoking, 9 color prints 5x7 by J. Reber
May 1977
120 5
PH_015-PH_016: SF Promotional Photos: Huntington Sheldon in their garden, 2 color prints 5x7 by J. Reber
May 1977
120 6
PH_017-PH_020: SF Promotional Photos: Alice Sheldon with caption "Smile for god's sake!", 4 color prints 5x6 by J. Reber
May 1977
120 7
PH_021-PH_027: SF Promotional Photos: Alice Sheldon with caption "Jim said something really interesting", 7 copies of a 5x7 color print by J. Reber
May 1977
120 8
PH_028-PH_035: SF Promotional Photos: Alice Sheldon in her garden, 8 color prints 5x7 by J. Reber
May 1977
120 9
PH_036-PH_038: SF Promotional Photos: Alice Sheldon in her home, for book jacket Tales of the Quintana Roo, 3 black and white 5x7 prints by Patti Perret
ca. 1986
120 10
PH_039-PH_052: SF Promotional Photos: Alice Sheldon at her desk, 14 black and white 5x7 prints by Patti Perret
ca. 1986
120 11
PH_053-PH_060: SF Promotional Photos: Alice and Huntington Sheldon in their home, 7 black and white 5x7 prints by Patti Perret
ca. 1986
120 12
PH_061-PH_076: SF Promotional Photos: Alice Sheldon in her home, 16 black and white 5x7 prints by Patti Perret
ca. 1986
120 13
PH_077-PH_086: SF Promotional Photos: Alice Sheldon on the lounge in her office, 10 black and white 5x7 prints by Patti Perret
ca. 1986
120 14
PH_087: Friends: rehearsal, Donna, Susan Athony, black and white 3 1/2x5 print
ca. 1977-ca. 1979
120 14
PH_088: Friends: Mary Ann Terpstre, black and white 3 1/2x5 print
ca. 1977-ca. 1979
120 14
PH_089: Friends: Sonia Maria Smee, black and white 3 1/2x5 print
ca. 1977-ca. 1979
120 14
PH_090: Friends: Scamp, black and white 3 1/2x5 print
ca. 1977-ca. 1979
120 14
PH_091: Friends: Amanda Bankier, black and white 3 1/2x5 print
ca. 1977-ca. 1979
120 14
PH_092: Friends: Monique de Wick, black and white 3 1/2x5 print
ca. 1977-ca. 1979
120 14
PH_093: Friends: Rowena, black and white 3 1/2x5 print
ca. 1977-ca. 1979
120 14
PH_094: Friends: Lise Vangeois, black and white 3 1/2x5 print
ca. 1977-ca. 1979
120 14
PH_095: Friends: Holly Devar, black and white 3 1/2x5 print
ca. 1977-ca. 1979
120 14
PH_096: Friends: Donna Slater, black and white 3 1/2x5 print
ca. 1977-ca. 1979
120 14
PH_097: Friends: Sybil Lumsden, black and white 3 1/2x5 print
ca. 1977-ca. 1979
120 14
PH_098: Friends: Phyllis Chesler, black and white 3 1/2x5 print
ca. 1977-ca. 1979
120 15
PH_099: Friends: Vonda, black and white 5x7 print
no date
120 15
PH_100: Friends: young person wearing glasses, black and white 5x7 print
no date
120 15
PH_101: Friends: young person playing french horn, black and white 5x7 print
no date
120 16
PH_102-PH_103: Friends: unidentified woman at desk, color polaroid 3x3, 2 copies
no date
120 16
PH_104: Friends: Alice Sheldon and unidentified woman on beach, damaged color print 3x5
no date
120 16
PH_105: Friends: kitten, color print 3x5
no date
120 17
PH_106: Passport with photo
September 3, 1929
120 18
PH_107: Family: Herbert E Bradley's father on his 90th birthday, sepia 4 1/2x2 1/2 photo
ca. 1940
120 18
PH_108: Family: Herbert E Bradley baby picture, sepia 2x4 photo
1875
120 18
PH_109: Family: Mary Hastings Bradley wedding gown portrait, sepia 4 1/2x7 photo
June 21, 1910
120 19
PH_110: Family: Alice Bradley baby picture, sepia 4 1/2x6
ca. February 1916
120 19
PH_111: Family: Alice Bradley baby picture, sepia 4 1/2x6
ca. February 1916
120 19
PH_112: Family: Alice Bradley baby picture, sepia 4 1/2x6
ca. February 1916
120 19
PH_113: Family: Alice Bradley baby picture, sepia 3x4
ca. December 1916
120 19
PH_114: Family: Alice Bradley toddler picture, sepia 3 1/2x5
ca. 1917-ca. 1919
120 19
PH_115: Family: Alice Bradley toddler picture, sepia 3 1/2x5
ca. 1917-ca. 1919
120 19
PH_116: Family: Alice Bradley toddler picture, sepia 3x4 1/2
ca. 1917-ca. 1919
120 19
PH_117: Family: Alice Bradley toddler picture, sepia 3x4
ca. 1917-ca. 1919
120 20
PH_118: Family: Alice Bradley, captain costume at ship gala in transit to Africa, black and white 7x5 print
ca. January 1931-ca. February 1931
120 20
PH_119: Family: French destroyer Tigre photo from consulate at Douala, Cameroon with invitation to cocktails, black and white 9x7 print
February 7, 1931
120 20
PH_120: Family: French destroyer Chacal postcard photo with invitation to cocktails, black and white 5x3
February 9, 1931
120 20
PH_121: Family: French cruiser Primauguet postcard photo with invitation to cocktails, black and white 5x3
February 9, 1931
120 20
PH_122: Unidentified: woman and man standing in jungle backdrop, black and white 2x3
ca. 1931
120 21
PH_123: Family: unidentified young woman posed in rocking chair, sepia 3 1/2x5
ca. 1850-ca. 1910
120 21
PH_124: Family: unidentified girl, may be Alice Bradley approximately age 10, Bachrach Studio, sepia 5x7
ca. 1925
120 21
PH_125: Family: unidentified young woman, inscribed "for Mary", sepia 5x7
no date
120 22
PH_126: Unidentified: two men, two women, two girls at picnic table, black and white 3x5
no date
120 22
PH_127: Unidentified: two women standing in front of building, black and white 3x5
no date
121 1
PH_128: Unidentified: farm and forest area, may be Wisconsin or Ontario, Canada; black and white 14x11 print
ca. 1940-ca. 1950
121 2
PH_129: Unidentified: farm and forest area, may be Wisconsin or Ontario, Canada; black and white 14x11 print
ca. 1940-ca. 1950
121 3
PH_130: Unidentified: farm and forest area, may be Wisconsin or Ontario, Canada; black and white 14x11 print
ca. 1940-ca. 1950
121 4
PH_131: Unidentified: farm and forest area, may be Wisconsin or Ontario, Canada; black and white 14x11 print
ca. 1940-ca. 1950
121 5
PH_132: Unidentified: rural cemetary, may be Wisconsin or Ontario, Canada; black and white 14x11 print
ca. 1940-ca. 1950
121 6
PH_133: Unidentified: farm and forest area, may be Wisconsin or Ontario, Canada; black and white 14x11 print
ca. 1940-ca. 1950
121 7
PH_134: Unidentified: rural road, may be Wisconsin or Ontario, Canada; black and white 14x11 print
ca. 1940-ca. 1950
121 8
PH_135: Unidentified: farm and forest area, may be Wisconsin or Ontario, Canada; black and white 14x11 print
ca. 1940-ca. 1950
121 9
PH_136: Unidentified: forest area, may be Wisconsin or Ontario, Canada; black and white 11x14 print
ca. 1940-ca. 1950
121 10
PH_137: Unidentified: forest area, may be Wisconsin or Ontario, Canada; black and white 11x14 print
ca. 1940-ca. 1950
121 11
PH_138: Unidentified: forest area, may be Wisconsin or Ontario, Canada; black and white 11x14 print
ca. 1940-ca. 1950

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Africa--Discovery and exploration.
  • American fiction--Women authors
  • American literature--Women authors
  • Fan magazines--Specimens
  • Lesbianism
  • Psychology
  • Science fiction, American--Authorship
  • Science fiction--Women authors
  • Visual perception
  • Women and literature
  • Women and literature--United States
  • Women authors, American
  • Women authors, American--20th century
  • World War, 1914-1918--War work
  • World War, 1939-1945--Military intelligence
  • World War, 1939-1945--Participation, Female.
  • World War, 1939-1945--Women.
  • Personal Names :
  • Bradley, Mary Hastings
  • Dozois, Gardner R.
  • Dytch, Albert
  • Ellison, Harlan
  • Emshwiller, Carol
  • Gerrold, David, 1944-
  • Kidd, Virginia
  • Knight, Damon
  • Koppelman, Susan
  • Le Guin, Ursula K
  • Malzberg, Barry N.
  • McIntyre, Vonda N.
  • Platt, Charles
  • Pohl, Frederik
  • Salmonson, Jessica Amanda
  • Siegel, Mark
  • Silverberg, Robert
  • Smith, Jeffrey and Angela
  • Smith, Jeffrey D.
  • Strete, Craig
  • Tiptree, Jr., James
  • Wilhelm, Kate
  • Wood, Susan
  • Corporate Names :
  • United States. Army. Women's Army Auxiliary Corps
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Audiocassettes
  • Correspondence
  • DVDs.
  • Interviews
  • Photographs
  • Science fiction