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Ruth Epperson Kennell papers, 1915-1970

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Kennell, Ruth Epperson, 1889-1977
Title
Ruth Epperson Kennell papers
Dates
1915-1970 (inclusive)
Quantity
13.5 linear feet, (9 containers)
Collection Number
Ax 872
Summary
Ruth Epperson Kennell (1889-1977) was an author who has a long and varied career, which included many years spent in the Soviet Union. The collection includes book manuscripts, short stories, screenplays, magazine articles, and general correspondence. Kennell was secretary to Theodore Dreiser.
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

Collection is open to the public.

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

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Ruth Epperson Kennell, author, was born in Oklahoma City, September 21, 1893, to Julius and Sara Ellen Seeger Epperson. Her Family was relatively poor and her father died of tuberculosis when Kennell was still quite young. Thereafter, she and her mother moved to the San Francisco Bay area as young Ruth's own health was poor. Kennell attended the University of California at Berkeley in 1913, but did not obtain a degree. She married Frank Risley Kennell, a teacher, in 1917.

Kennell had a long and varied writing career, which included ten years spent in the Soviet Union. She began as a children's librarian in the Richmond (California) Public Library (1914-1917). In 1922, she and her husband, Frank, joined the American Colony Kuzbas in Kemerovo, Siberia. The Kuzbas experiment was designed to provide American personnel and techniques to post-revolutionary Russians engaged in rebuilding and industrializing their strife-torn country. Kennel reluctantly left her baby son, James, in the care of his paternal grandmother, Kate Kennell, in order to participate in the Kuzbas colony.

After two years as Kuzbas, serving as librarian and secretary to the colony, Kennell joined the staff of the International Library in Moscow as a reference librarian (1925-1927). In 1927-1928, she was selected to serve as secretary and guide to Theodore Dreiser as he toured the Soviet Union. Her final years in Russia were spent as Russian correspondent for the Newspaper Enterprise Association (NEA). She also wrote articles on the Kuzbas colony and facets of the life in Moscow for The Nation Magazine.

After returning to the U.S., Ms. Kennell concentrated on writing books and short stories for children, often based in Russia, including Vanya of the streets (1931), The Boy, Nikolka (1943) and Adventure in Russia: The Ghost of Khirgizia (1947). Her story, The Secret Farmyard (1956) was based on her second son's (David) real experience. In 1969, she wrote the well-known account of her experience with Drieser, Theodore Drieser and the Soviet Union. The writing of a book on the American Colony Kuzbas in Siberia occupied her last years.

Ruth Epperson Kennell died in 1977.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The first section of the Kennell's collection is comprised of manuscripts for books, articles and short stories, with related notes and reference material. Researchers who desire first-hand autobiographical material are advised to read the manuscripts for Kuzbas: a Romantic Chronicle, in which Kennell recounts her life experiences.

The correspondence section reveals Kennell's wide range of contacts and acquaintances. She received letters from conservative Christian friends as well as the intellectual, politically sophisticated activists one might expect. Of special interest are Kennel's long, detailed, almost diary- like letters to her relatives at the Kuzbas colony, the hardships of living in Russia, the condition of life for the Russian population and to events in her own often turbulent, personal life. The letters, combined with Kennell's trip diaries are articles written by her as Russian correspondent, will provide the researcher with a rich source of material on both the leftist political movement of the period and on post-revolutionary Russia.

The correspondence between Kennel, her husband and various relatives and friends reveals some of the questions, doubts, and conflicts of individuals trying to replace Victorian values in their personal lives. Emancipation of woman from confining sex roles was a prevailing issue among leftists woman in the 1920s.

Other highlights of the correspondence section are original letters from Theodore Dreiser, Pearl J. Buck and H.L. Mencken (for whom Kennell wrote several articles). The Dreiser correspondence is of great interest, as he and Kennell maintained contact for the rest of his life. In one letter, Ms. Kennel criticizes Dreiser severely for his attitude toward woman, as expressed in a book he had written.

Also included in the collection are photographs of the Kennell family and of Russia, stories by Frank Kennell and Ruth. Kennell's mother, Ella Epperson Tosh, assorted essays, clippings and articles on Russia, copies of Ms. Kennell's published books and some miscellaneous personal material.

The Kennell Papers are doubly valuable for its fine assortment of manuscripts and working material from a successful author, and for the personal correspondence and diaries which express the perspective of an active American socialist from the 1920s through the McCarthy era and on into the Vietnam war.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Property rights reside with Special Collections & 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 & 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], Ruth Epperson Kennell Papers, Ax 872, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Book Manuscripts and Related MaterialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 1
Adventure in Russia. Manuscript
1947
1 2
Adventure in Russia. correspondence
1 3
American Family Robinson. Manuscript
January-June 1934
1 4
American Family Robinson. correspondence
1 5
The Children's Railroad. Manuscript
1 6
The Children's Railroad. Working Notes
1 7
The Children's Railroad. correspondence
1 8
Comrade One-Crutch. Synopsis
1932
1 9
Comrade One-Crutch. Manuscript
1 10
Comrade One-Crutch. correspondence
1 11
Factory Train To Soviet Asia. Manuscript
1 12
Factory Train To Soviet Asia. correspondence
1 13
Factory Train To Soviet Asia. Background Information
1 14
Home Room 219. Manuscript
1 15
Home Room 219. correspondence
1940-1941
1 16
The Kuzbas Story
1 17
The Kuzbas Story
1 18
The Kuzbas Story
1 19
Related correspondence regarding Kuzbas Colony
1 20
Rutgers
1 21
Industrial Labor Colonies
1 22
Kemerovo
1 23
Kuzbas -- Today and Tomorrow
2 1
Kuzbas Members: card index, part 1
2 2
Kennell's diary and card index
2 3
The Kuzbas Story. Source lists
2 4
The Kuzbas Story. Kuzbas Census
2 5
Articles about Lenin and Kuzbas
2 6
The Soviet Economy Reference Articles
2 7
Armand Hammer and the Soviet Union
2 8
Kuzbas Prospectus, Articles and Bulletins
2 9
Kuzbas Material -- fragments from other writers, notes, etc.
2 10
Kuzbas Material miscellany
2 11
Soviet Press Articles on Kuzbas
2 12
Matos of Soviet Union - Kuzbas
2 13
U. S. Press articles on Kuzbas
2 14
Kuzbas -- A Romantic Chronicle. Carbon draft part 1
2 15
Kuzbas -- A Romantic Chronicle. Kennel autobiography part 1
2 16
Kuzbas -- A Romantic Chronicle. Kennel autobiography part
1 17
Kuzbas -- A Romantic Chronicle. Carbon draft part 2
1 18
The Montezuma Story. Manuscript
2 19
Montezuma School. Working notes and photographs.
2 20
Montezuma School. Letters, brochures, related materials
2 21
Montezuma School.
Newspaper clippings
2 22
Montezuma School. Article on fire
2 23
Montezuma School. photographs
3 1
No Villain. Partial Manuscript
3 2
The Secret Farmyard. correspondence
1956
3 3
The Secret Farmyard. Fan letters, reviews, publicity
3 4
The Secret Farmyard. Working notes and illustrative
3 5
Seventy-Seven Days That Shook Dreiser. Manuscript
3 6
Seventy-Seven Days That Shook Dreiser. Carbon draft of manuscript
3 7
Seventy-Seven Days That Shook Dreiser. Final draft
3 8
Seventy-Seven Days That Shook Dreiser. Manuscript revisions
3 9
Seventy-Seven Days That Shook Dreiser. Notes, rough draft
3 10
Seventy-Seven Days That Shook Dreiser. Correspondence with Scott Meredith regarding article
3 11
Stories Zenia Told me. Manuscript
3 12
Stories Zenia Told me. Working notes
3 13
Stories Zenia Told me. Rough drafts
3 14
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Manuscript index, incomplete
1969
3 15
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Manuscript index
3 16
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Manuscript with editor's changes, epilogue
3 17
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Manuscript with editor's changes, epilogue
3 18
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Manuscript index
3 19
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Manuscript index
4 1
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Footnotes, index
4 2
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Correspondence with Soviet Life Magazine
4 3
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Correspondence with Rabinowitz Foundation
4 4
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Correspondence with international publication
4 5
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Correspondence Professor Zassoursky
4 6
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Letters of permission
4 7
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Book review by Jessica Smith
4 8
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Farewell message by Dreiser
4 9
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. General articles and reviews
4 10
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Dreiser articles published in the USSR
4 11
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Responses to Dreiser's work
4 12
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Anna Preikshas
4 13
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Airmail interview on Dreiser
4 14
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Dreiser centennial material
4 15
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Kennell's diary during Dreiser's tour of Russia
4 16
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Reference material
4 17
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Reference material
4 18
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Clippings: places on Dreiser tour of Russia
4 19
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Clippings: articles, tear sheets
4 20
Theodore Dreiser and The Soviet Union. Oversize Notebook: notes for book
4 21

Short Stories and ScreenplaysReturn to Top

Container(s): Folder 22

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
4 23
4 24
Vanya of the Streets. Manuscript
1931
4 25
Vanya of the Streets. First draft of manuscript, partially handwritten
4 26
Vanya of the Streets. Book review
4 27
Vanya of the Streets. Correspondence with publishers
4 28
Army Woman. Manuscript for screenplay
4 29
As Clay in the Potter's Hand. Two tear sheets
1942
4 30
The Borrowed Perambulator. Manuscript for screenplay
1939
4 31
The Broken Windows. Manuscript, correspondence, tearsheet
4 32
Carper the Crow. Manuscript
4 33
Certain Inalienable Rights. Manuscript
1936
4 34
The Christmas Fire. Manuscript
4 35
"The Christmas Message in the Snow." Manuscript and letter to the editor of the Junior Red Cross Journal
4 36
The Christmas Spirit. Manuscript
1935
4 37
A Clandestine Divorce. Manuscript
4 38
Commencement.
1936
4 39
The Cotton Pickers. Manuscripts
4 40
"Dad's Night"The Classmate
June 20, 1936
4 41
"The Decoy." The Classmate
August 17, 1940
4 42
The Derelict Ducks. Manuscript
4 43
"The Desert Samaritan." The Classmate
July 8, 1940
4 44
"The Dog that Found his Master." The Classmate.
May 30, 1936
4 45
Easter. Manuscript
1939
4 46
"Elsa's Revenge." Junior Scholastic
October 25, 1943
4 47
"Evening Hymn." The Classmate
March 21, 1936
4 48
Fedora's Trouble. Translation from Russian of the Run away Dishes
4 49
"Finders Keepers." Child Life
April, 1947
4 50
"Flash." Portal
March 16, 1940
4 51
"The Forbidden Christmas Tree." Portal
December 17, 1938
4 52
Forty Boys and Antonio
September 23, 1939
4 53
Fountain of Youth. Manuscripts plus fragments.
4 54
The Friendship Coat. Manuscript
4 55
Ghosts of the Past. Manuscript
4 56
The Girl at Summit Boys School. Manuscript
4 57
Haircut Deferred. Manuscript.
4 58
The Happy Exiles. Three Manuscripts
4 59
Hens in Scpecs. Jack and Jill.
July 1939
4 60
Her Husband's Portrait. Two Manuscripts
4 61
"His Brother's Keeper." The Classmate
April 25, 1936
4 62
"The Immortal Railroad." Boys Today
October 11, 1942
4 63
Insurance Man. Radio program story
5 1
The International Spirit. Tearsheets
5 2
In the Clouds. Two Manuscripts
5 3
Kippie, Kippie, Kippie. Two Manuscripts
5 4
The Law Breaker. Tearsheets and correspondence
5 5
The Life Guard. Manuscript
5 6
"Lisa's Song." My World and I
1958
5 7
Little Farm Next Door. Manuscript, correspondence
5 8
"The Lost Child." The Classmate
September 4, 1937
5 9
The Lost Indian Spearhead. Sales receipt
April 29, 1952
5 10
Lubov. Screenplay, plot synopsis, manuscript
5 11
The Magic Box. correspondence
5 12
"The Magic Christmas Tree." Junior Red Cross Journal
December 1937
5 13
"The Message in the Snow." American Red Cross Journal
January 1945
5 14
"Mr. Hammond Solves His Own Problem. " The Classmate
August 22, 1936
5 15
My Pets. Manuscript, summery of the coop in the woods.
5 16
The Mystery of Hidden Houses. The Classmate
1942
5 17
"The Neighbor on the Ground Floor." Portal
August 22 1936
5 18
"No Dogs Allowed. " Children's Play Mate Magazine
August 1942
5 19
Not Strictly Business/Wonderland of Business
5 20
"On the way to California". Child Life
January 1940
5 21
The Perennial Drought Sufferers. Two Manuscripts
5 22
The Perfect Hiding Place. Manuscripts, correspondence
5 23
"The Phantom Masquerader." Portal, manuscript
May 20, 1939
5 24
The Poison Oak Mystery. Manuscript, source material
5 25
Prussian Snowdrop. Manuscripts
5 26
The Psychologist's Wife.
5 27
A Real Bedtime Story
5 28
"The Red Geranium." The Classmate
June 25, 1938
5 29
The Rest Home.
5 30
"The Right Boy." The Classmate
5 31
Rough Landing. Radio play
5 32
Saucy Pete, the Parakeet.
5 33
"The Secret Weapon." Girls Today
April 23, 1933
5 34
The Shipwrecked Baby. Radio Play
5 35
Stories My Mother Told Me. Revised by Ella Epperson
5 36
Stories by Ella Epperson.
5 37
"Strange Survival." Junior Red Cross Journal
5 38
"Strangers and Foreigners." The Classmate
July 12, 1941
5 39
The Strike.
5 40
Test Tube Triangle.
5 41
"The Thanksgiving Baskets." The Classmate
November 23, 1934
5 42
"Thanksgiving in Siberia." American Red Cross News
November 1942
5 43
They All Come To Moscow.
May 15, 1933
5 44
The Time Cheater.
5 45
"Transplanted Village." The Classmate
May 30-June 20, 1943
5 46
Unto the Least Of These.
5 47
Vacation on a Russian Farm.
5 48
Village Girl.
5 49
The Village Treasure
5 50
"When the Century Plants Bloomed." Portal
September 12, 1936
5 51
"Who Is My Neighbor?" Portal
February 26, 1938
5 52
Wonder Tales of New Russia. Collection of Short Stories

Magazine-Length ArticlesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
5 53
"America Rediscovered." Atlantic Monthly
5 54
"Americans in the Soviet Land"
5 55
"Children of the Street"
5 56
"Christlike Charity"
5 57
"Cinema Art Escapes from Hollywood." By Theodore Dreiser
5 58
"Cultural Life in the Soviet Capital"
5 59
"Defending Russia -- A Letter." The Nation
November 4, 1939
5 60
"The End of Kuzbas." The Nation
February 6, 1929
5 61
"A famous Russian of Negro Blood"
5 62
"The Fate of Genius in America"
5 63
"How an American Realist Looked at Russia"
5 64
"How an American Looks to Me After Six years in Russia"
5 65
"Is America Dry?"
5 66
"Kuzbas A New Pennsylvania." The Nation
May 2, 1923
5 67
"A Kuzbas Chronicle." The Nation
January 3, 1923
5 68
"Kuzbas in 1924." The Nation
November 26, 1924
5 69
"Kuzbas Tells Its own Story." The Nation
August 8, 1923
5 70
"Library Work in Russia"
5 71
"News From Hollywood"
5 72
"On Leaving Russia." The Portal
August 22, 1936
5 73
"Pioneer Life on the Soviet Frontier."
5 74
"Reunion in Finland"
5 75
"Return to America after Six Years in Russia"
5 76
"Russia, in Marrying Around the World." Cosmopolitan
July 1934
5 77
"The Russian Children's Theatre." The Portal
July 15, 1939
5 78
"Social Consciousness in Children." Child Life
March 1946
5 79
"Some Striking Differences Between the United States and the Soviet Russia."
5 80
"Soviet Family Life in Theory and Practice."
5 81
"Subway Etiquette." The Classmate
July 4, 1936
5 82
"The Theater in Soviet Russia"
5 83
"Theodore Dreiser and the Soviet Union." Soviet Woman.
5 84
"Two Years in Siberia"
5 85
"Woman are Mammals."
5 86
"Woman in Present Day Russia."
5 87
"Woman in Soviet Russia"

Short Articles/Newspaper ArticlesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
6 1
Our Russian Correspondent
6 2
Actors under the Soviet
6 3
In the Heart of Siberia
6 4
Lecture Notes
6 5
Adventures of an American Girl in Soviet Russia
6 6
"Caviar." Portal
February 8, 1936
6 7
"A New Wonderland of Travel" Portal
6 8
Industrializing the Russian Kitchen
6 9
The Mysterious Death of Soviet Poet Laureate
July 5, 1930
6 10
On Learning Russian
August 22, 1936
6 11
The Russian Experiment
6 12
Russia's Children of the Streets.
July 7, 1929
6 13
Russia's Unique Effort to Get Along Without Home Cooking Like Mother's
November 1930
6 14
Russia's Woman Andy Mellon
July 13, 1930
6 15
The Servant Problem in Moscow
July 14, 1929
6 16
Soviet Satisfied with"Free Love"
6 17
Strange Stories of Soviet Stage Stars
November 22, 1931
6 18
Sunflower Seeds
July 25, 1931
6 19
Ten First Ladies of the Soviet Land
6 20
Train Service in Russia
January 11, 1936
6 21
Vacationing in Bolshevik Land
October 1927
6 22
Where Woman are really Equal
February 7, 1932
6 23
A Woman General
December 1, 1929
6 24
Woman in Soviet Russia
November1928
6 25
Woman's Battalions on the Soviet Industrial Front.
6 26
Woman's Style Trouble in Russia
March 8, 1931
6 27
Young Russia
November 3, 1934
6 28
Untitled NEA Articles

Correspondence, 1915-1975Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
6 29
Abhahams, S. M
1939
6 29
Albright, A. E.
1922
6 29
Allen, Crombie
1933
6 29
Amendt, John T.
1970-1971
6 29
Arando, Donald P.
1966-1967
6 29
Auerbach, Irwin E.
1922
6 29
Amlie, Millie
1932-1953
6 30
Baez, Dr.
1959
6 30
Bagwell, Bertha
1957-1962
6 30
Baldwin, Roger N.
1940
6 30
Barker, J.
1970
6 30
Barker, Tom
1924
6 30
Barry, Griffin
1929
6 30
Bartlett, Josephine
6 30
Bartlett, Josiah
1959
6 30
Bauer, Roma and Karl
1972
6 30
Beckwith, Ethel
6 30
Begun. Hurley and Jeanette
6 30
Begunov, Prokofy
1966
6 30
Bendiner, Robert
1940
6 30
Black, Helen
1940
6 30
Blackmer, Frances
1932
6 30
Blumenthal, Gertrude
1950
6 30
Bonnevie, S. V.
1939
6 30
Bowers, Glenn and Gladys
1957-1959
6 30
Bronstien, Leona
6 30
Bryant, Alice Franklin
1951
6 30
Buck, Pearl J.
1939
6 30
Burnett, Whit.
1934
6 30
Bullard, R. V. and Miriam
1931-1948
6 31
Caen, Herb.
1960-1974
6 31
Cahn, Willaim and Rhoda
1972
6 31
Calvert, Dyson
1926
6 31
Chugunov, K.
1968
6 31
Coles, Albert L.
1963
6 31
Collins, Henry H.
1948
6 31
Collyer, Robert D.
1961-1967
6 31
Coote, Ralph A.
1939
6 31
Calvert, Mellie
1923-1975
6 31
Clyman, Rhea
1957
6 32
Daily Worker
1926-1927
6 32
Daniels, Vincent
1938
6 32
Davidson, C. N.
1939
6 32
Davies, R. C.
1939
6 32
Davin, Tom
1934
6 32
Davis, Jerome
1970
6 32
Derwin, Harold
1928
6 32
Donnell, Sylvia and Lloyd
1971-1974
6 32
Duckles, Madeline
1969
6 32
Dunn, Robert
1972
6 32
Dembo, Rosa
1964-1975
6 32
Dinaniou, Sergei
1928-1931
6 32
Dreiser, Theodore
1928-1931
6 33
Enslin, Morton S.
1950
6 33
Epperson, Ruth L.
1938
6 33
Erskine, David
6 33
Esherick, Letty N.
1928
6 33
Evans, Eva Knox
1941
6 33
Edson, Peter
1930-1957
6 33
Epperson, Helen and Heber
1917-1973
6 33
Epperson, Rob
1922-1960
6 34
Farkas, Phyllis
1960-1974
6 34
Ferguson, Fergus
1931
6 34
Fisher, H. H
1930-1931
6 34
Fleming, D. F. and Doris
1969
6 34
Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley
1940
6 34
Folsom, Franklin
1939
6 34
Foreign Affairs
1927
6 34
Frazier, Tom
1952
6 34
Freeman, Joe
1928
6 34
Freeman, Nelly D.
1934
6 34
Frendberg, I. C.
1940
6 34
Frye, Percy J.
1924-1926
6 34
Fritsch, Maragret
1959-1974
6 35
Galford, Mary
1934
6 35
Gayton, John H.
1932
6 35
Geller, James, J.
1932-1933
6 35
Goerner, Charles, A.
1945
6 35
Goldbeck, Cecil
1934
6 35
Goldfein, Isaac
1931
6 35
Goddin, Betty
1968
6 35
Goodlett, Dr. Carlton
1970
6 35
Goulard, William P.
1970
6 35
Goulette, Katherine
1958
6 35
Grant, Mary A.
1939
6 35
Gravem, Lois B.
1939
6 35
Greening, Dr.
1923
6 35
Gorn, Amelia Perlmutter
1941-1972
6 35
Griffiths, David and Ginette
1970-1976
6 36
Hartman Barbera J.
1959
6 36
Hawley, Bess
1959
6 36
Hill, Steven P.
1976
6 36
Hinman, Ruth E.
1966-1970
6 37
Jaffee, Eva H.
1931
6 37
James, Dorothy S.
1962
6 37
Jasper, Helen Jo.
1948
6 37
Jenkins, Margaret
1970
6 37
Jewell, Cedric, Jean and Claire
1956
6 37
Johnston, Anne
1928
6 38
Kalnin
1925
6 38
Kastriner, Dr. Ernest
1970
6 38
Kennell, Charlie
1959-1974
6 38
Kennell, Laura
6 38
Kennell, Malcom and Nancy
1970-1974
6 38
Kennell, Mona
6 38
Kennell, Ruth
1959
6 38
King, Vera and Leo
1954-1960
6 38
Kirchweg, Freda
1922-1929
6 38
KPFA
1970
6 38
Kuchel, Sen Thomas H.
1965
6 38
Kennell, Beatrice
1969-1973
6 38
Kennell, David and Wilma
1946-1975
6 38
Kennell, Frank
1929
6 38
Kennell, James
1929-1976
6 38
Kennell, Kate
1940
6 38
Knudsen, Jack
1967-1973
7 1
Laibman, David
1971
7 1
Lapsley, Mary
1941
7 1
Light, Dr. Gertrude V.
1929
7 1
Llewellyn, Bill
1954
7 1
Lloyd, Marguerite
1958-1974
7 1
Lambkin, Cyril
1928-1968
7 2
Mack, Helene and Gene
1954-1973
7 2
MacLane, Helen
1939
7 2
Makarov, A.
1966
7 2
Mandel, Max
1967-1970
7 2
Mandel, Phil, and Tanya
1970
7 2
Mandel, William
1967, 1974
7 2
Mann, Henry
1928
7 2
Marbury, Elizabeth
1932
7 2
Martin, Eric
1932
7 2
Marus, Richard and Mary Joan
7 2
Massee, May
1934
7 2
Mehlman, Elsa
1924
7 2
Mencken, H. L.
1929-1932
7 2
Meyers, Becky
1929-1932
7 2
Moat, Edlington
1939, 1970
7 2
Mooney, Tom
1928
7 2
Moore, Alfred D.
1934-1942
7 2
Morehouse, Russel A.
1939-1940
7 2
Morgan, William S.
7 2
Morkoven, Vera Perlmutter
7 2
Morrison, Sally
1953
7 2
Munter, Paul
1939
7 2
Muravyev, Dmitry
1970
7 2
McCann, Dora E.
1933
7 2
McClintock, Theodore
1941
7 2
McDonald, Grace
1950
7 2
McNabb, Esther and Fred
1966-1971
7 2
McNaughton, Ann
7 2
McReynolds, P
1917
7 2
Mcvithe, Della
7 2
McFraland, Wilma
1934-1946
7 2
McGrath, Vera Washburne
1934-1975
7 3
The Nation
1939-1957
7 3
The National League of American Pen Woman
1947-1948
7 3
Nearing Scott
1969-1970
7 3
New World Review
1971
7 3
News from the Ukraine
1973
7 3
Nicholson, W. B.
1939
7 3
Nolen, Barbara
1945
7 4
Offenhiser, Paul L.
1934
7 4
Ogden, Ellsworth P.
1936
7 4
Oldham, Bill
1961
7 4
Oliver, Margaret More
1939
7 4
Ortt, Kevah
1924-1926
7 4
Overall, William E.
1959
7 4
O'Callaghan, May
1924-1971
7 4
O'Neill, Charles
1946-1974
7 5
Park, Alice
1936
7 5
Parker, Lockie
1945
7 5
Pease, Metta
1929
7 5
Peck, Debby
1967
7 5
Perkins, Florence M. Travers
1940
7 5
Plumb, Margaret
1970
7 5
Pool
1946
7 5
Popp, Walter
1925
7 5
Pulse of the Public
1957
7 5
Pedersen, Inga and Al
1966-1971
7 5
Peixotta, George
1935-1937
7 5
Plumb, Mona and Jim
1923-1951
7 5
Pudusov, Martha and Sasha
1971-1975
7 5
Preikshas, Anna
1968-1975
7 5
Proctor and Gamble Co.
1938
7 6
Radio Station WNYC
7 6
Randall, Edwin T.
1946
7 6
Ransome, David
1967
7 6
Raymond, Margret Thomsen
1941
7 6
Reese, Thomas
1929
7 6
Renne, Elsie R.
1964
7 6
Reynolds, J. M.
7 6
Rice, Elmer
1933
7 6
Richards, Alice
1967
7 6
Richardson, Stan
1934
7 6
Robinson
1970
7 6
Rogers, Caroline
7 6
Roosevelt, Eleanor
1939
7 6
Roosevelt, Franklin D.
1938
7 6
Rosenthal, Joe
1957
7 6
Ross, Mrs. Floyd H.
1959
7 6
Rothschild, John
1929
7 6
Rutgers, W.
1924-1931
7 6
Rathbone, Nellie
1941-1974
7 6
Roberts, Holland
1969-1972
7 7
Sander, F. Cyril
1939
7 7
Schrader, R.
1929
7 7
Sell, Henry B.
1931-1932
7 7
Serota, Vitaly
7 7
Shadid, M.
1934
7 7
Sherman, Charles W.
1939-1940
7 7
Shipman, Clare
1937-1938
7 7
S., Syd.
7 7
Shouisky, Dr. Judith
1948
7 7
Sides, Gertrude and Arthur
1958
7 7
Silver, D.
7 7
Smith, Eric B.
1922
7 7
Spakes, Nemmy
1971-1973
7 7
Springer
1923
7 7
Stein, Anne
7 7
Stein, Margaret
7 7
Stopper, Elsa and Lee
1939
7 7
Sturgis, Don D.
1970
7 7
Stutz, Jean
1972
7 7
Suslova, Olga Vasilevna
1969
7 7
Sweezy, Paul M.
1949
7 7
Seckar, Alvena
1975
7 7
Selivanova, Nina
1952-1967
7 7
Shipman, Sam
1924-1926
7 7
Smith, Jessica
1949-1973
7 7
Sullivan, Hattie
1953-1974
7 8
Tarn, Lillian
1969
7 8
Te Tamai
1937
7 8
Thomasen, O. M
1939
7 8
Thornten, Mary
1947
7 8
Timberlake, Charles E.
1973
7 8
Trenholfler, Belle
7 8
Troyan, Henrietta and Steve
1953
7 8
True, Arnold and Connie
7 8
Truett, Fred
1957
7 8
Tunney, John V.
1971
7 8
Turner, Ethel
1939
7 8
Tanner, Iona B.
1958
7 8
Tosh, Ella Epperson
1929-1953
7 9
Ushakov, A. M.
1969
7 9
Ushakova, Olga
1970
7 10
Van Banggen, Elaine
1959
7 10
Verone, Neve Norman
7 10
Victor-Keyson, Sally and Robert
1968
7 10
Voorhis, Jerry
1940
7 11
Ward, May McNeer
1941
7 11
Washburne, John
1927-1933
7 11
Washburne, Vera
7 11
Weber, George and Marjorie
1968
7 11
Weide, Warren E.
7 11
Weiss, Arthur B.
1966-1970
7 11
Weller, Charles Frederick
1939
7 11
Whelan, Anee
7 11
Whitaker, Robert W.
1913-1940
7 11
Whitbeck, Alice G.
1928-1930
7 11
Whiting, Caroline
1939-1940
7 11
Williams, Claude
1956
7 11
Williams, J. S.
7 11
Winter, William
1970
7 11
Wirick, Eva E.
1934
7 11
Wittles
1960
7 11
Woods, Jack and Mildred
1958-1959
7 11
Ward, Ethel and Walter
1945-1971
7 11
Wood, Junius B.
1928-1969
7 12
Young, Art
1936
7 13
Zassoursky, Prof.
1975
7 13
Znaneye Book Store
1972-1973
7 13
Zulch Family
1970
First Names Only
Box Folder
7 13
A. K
1930
7 13
Alma
1953
7 13
Anne
1970
7 13
Bill
1970
7 13
Bob
1961
7 13
Dar. F
7 13
Dorathee
1955-1959
7 13
Dorathy
1958
7 13
Ella
1946
7 13
Florence
7 13
Gene and Myron
1957-1969
7 13
Gratia
1923
7 13
Harold
1952
7 13
Homer and Dot
1956
7 13
Howard
1955
7 13
Irene
1951-1959
7 13
Joan
1929
7 13
Julius
1932
7 13
Lei
1959
7 13
Lorene S.
1966
7 13
Loyal and Kathy
1966
7 13
Marion
1970
7 13
Neill
1947
7 13
Olga
1957-1961
7 13
Oscar
1915
7 13
Pearl and Mike
1968
7 13
Rita, Pete and Donald
7 13
Robert and Vina
1952
7 13
Rose
1958
7 13
Sheila and Doug
1965
7 13
Sophia T.
1932
7 13
Will, Lee and Jessie
1940
7 13
Unidentified

Miscellaneous MaterialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
8 1
Clippings and Photos Relating to Russia
8 2
Clippings and Photos Relating to Russia
8 3
Newspaper Articles, Roosevelt's Death
8 4
Newspaper Clippings
8 5
Ruth Epperson Kennel's Diaries and Trip Accounts
8 6
Ruth Epperson Kennel's Diaries and Trip Accounts
8 7
Unidentified Confessions
8 8
Frank Kennell obituaries
8 9
Jacket Covers to Kennell's published books
9 1
Kennell, Frank
1916-1924
9 2
Kennell, Frank
1925-1952
9 3
Shipman, Sam
1924-1926
9 4
Kennell, Mrs. Kate
1922-1941
9 5
Tosh, Ella Epperson
1925-1945
9 6
Articles about American Authors by Kennell
1927
9 7
Scrap Book of Press Wrings About Kennell