Guide to the Papers of Henry Handel Richardson

MS 133

National Library of Australia


Date Completed: 1975
Last updated: December 2008


This finding aid was revised and published with the assistance of the Ray Mathew and Eva Kollsman Trust


Summary

Creator: Richardson, Henry Handel, 1870-1946
Title: Papers of Henry Handel Richardson
Date Range: 1852-1983
Reference number: MS 133
Extent: 13.15 metres (22 boxes + 32 security binders + 5 folio boxes + 93 books + 2 elephant folio items)
Repository: National Library of Australia Canberra

Introduction

Scope and Content

The collection contains drafts including manuscripts of Neils Lyhne, The young Cosima, Myself when young, The end of a childhood and Ultima Thule. There are also typescripts of Maurice Guest, The getting of wisdom and Myself when young as well as final copies of Maurice Guest, The getting of wisdom, The fortunes of Richard Mahony and The young Cosmina. The collection also contains correspondence including letters to the writer Oliver Stonor (1929-1946), copies of 50 letters to Jacob Schwartz (1931-1933), photocopies of letters to Mary Kernot (1911-1946), letters to her sister Lilian Neustatter (1896-1911, 1942) and correspondence with Paul Solanges (1910-1914, including notes on his translation of Maurice Guest). There is also correspondence and papers of her parents Mary and Walter Richardson (1854-1877), music scores, albums of newspaper cuttings, diaries, photographs and books.

Access

Available for research, except for Series 12, Folders 1-7 (Solanges correspondence), which require permission for research. Since May 1986 the original manuscripts of MS 133 have been withdrawn from use and readers are asked to use the microfilm copies in the Newspapers and Microforms Reading Room. A list of these films (mfm G 22,962 - 22, 993) is an appendix to this finding aid. Microfilms can be ordered by reel number via their catalogue record at http://catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/567873

Provenance

The original collection of Richardson Papers was purchased from Miss Olga Roncoroni, the executrix of Richardson's will, in 1946 and consisted of the typescripts of most of her books, as well as the notes that she compiled when doing the research for The fortunes of Richard Mahony. In 1971 a major consignment of papers was purchased from Richardson's nephew, Dr Walter Neustatter of London. It comprised correspondence, notebooks, photographs and other items relating to Richardson's parents. In 1972 another large group of papers was presented by Miss Olga Roncoroni. It contained personal papers and documents belonging to Richardson, diaries, letters, articles, and material collected by Richardson when writing The young Cosima.

Between 1946 and 1971 additional Richardson Papers were received from a number of sources. They include letters from Richardson to Oliver Stonor, 1929-1946; typed copies of letters from Richardson to Jacob Schwartz, 1931-1933; and photographic prints of letters from Richardson to Mary Kernot, 1911-1946, the originals of which are held by the Mitchell Library. Papers relating to Richardson's husband, Professor J.G. Robertson, include his biographical notes about Richardson, photocopies of lectures, and galley proofs of a book. The letters from Richardson to Mary Kernot were closed until 20 March 1996.

In 1983, the Library received Richardson's correspondence with Paul Solanges, 1910-1914, about his translation of Maurice Guest, and notes on the translation, as well as diaries and albums of newspaper cuttings maintained by Richardson and her heirs, and a number of editions of Richardson's books. In 1993, the Library acquired from the University of Tasmania the collection of books used by Richardson in researching her book The young Cosima.

In 1996, 44 letters to Richardson from her sister Lilian were acquired from the latter's granddaughter, along with two letters from Walter Neustatter and additional photographs.

In 2001, original manuscript scores of music composed by Richardson donated under the Cultural Gifts Program by Professor Clive Probyn and Dr Bruce Steele. They in turn had acquired them from Margaret Capon as part of the Monash University Henry Handel Richardson Project in 1996. The music was used for the publications Henry Handel Richardson: the music and Songs of Henry Handel Richardson, both of which were edited by Bruce Steele and Richard Divall and published in 2000.

Related Material

Other related collections of Richardson material held in the Library are as follows:

MS 1174 Papers of Vance and Nettie Palmer

MS 3871 Letters from Richardson to Mrs Hilary Eves

MS 5156 Letters from Richardson to Raymond Toole Stott

MS 5199 Letters from Richardson to Edna Purdie

MS 5678 Papers of Dorothy Green

MS 5770 Letters from Richardson to Norah Hoult

MS 6584 Letters from Richardson to Mary McHugh

MS 7519 Letters from Richardson to Harold Kamp

MS 7870 Letters from Richardson to Edna Purdie, Lucie Daye and Harry Price

MS 8705 Letter from Richardson to Guy Innes

TRC 54 Oral History recording of Arnold Gyde, Olga Roncoroni and Walter Neustatter, speaking about Richardson at a symposium held in Australia House, London, 11 May 1953 (edited highlights, broadcast by the ABC about December 1953; 27 minutes).

Preferred Citation

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Access Terms

Personal Names
Neustatter, Lilian, 1871-1944; Richardson, Henry Handel, 1870-1946; Stonor, Oliver, 1903-; Schwartz, Jacob; Kernot, Mary Amelia, 1869-1954; Richardson, Walter Lindesay; Solanges, Paul, 1946-1914;

Biographical Note

Ethel Florence Lindesay Richardson was born in East Melbourne on 3 January 1870, the daughter of Dr Walter Lindesay Richardson and Mary née Bailey. She was educated at the Presbyterian Ladies' College in Melbourne. In 1888 she left Australia with her mother and sister and in 1889 began to study music at the Königliches Conservatorium der Musik in Leipzig with the intention of becoming a professional pianist. Richardson received her certificate from the Conservatorium in 1892 but decided to concentrate on writing rather than music.

On 30 December 1895 Richardson was married in Dublin to J. George Robertson, who was at that time studying literature in Leipzig. They lived in Munich and then Strasbourg before settling in London in 1904, Robertson having taken up the position of Professor of German Language and Literature at the University of London in 1903. He held this post until his death in 1933. In 1934 Richardson moved from London to Sussex, where she spent the rest of her life.

Richardson's first novel, Maurice Guest, based on her experiences as a music student in Germany, was published in 1908. It was at this time that she decided to take the pen-name of Henry Handel Richardson. Her second novel, The getting of wisdom, was published in 1910 and was to a certain extent autobiographical, being based on her experiences as a pupil at the Presbyterian Ladies' College, Melbourne. The writing of her greatest work, The fortunes of Richard Mahony, occupied most of Richardson's time during the next twenty years. It dealt with the fortunes of an Irish doctor who emigrated to Victoria in the early 1850s and it followed closely the facts of her father's life. To gather material for the novels, Richardson and her husband visited Australia for a few months in 1912, the only time she returned to Australia. The work was a trilogy, with Australia Felix appearing in 1917, The way home in 1925, and Ultima Thule in 1929. The three novels were published together in 1930. With the completion of the trilogy, Richardson was accorded critical and popular acclaim; the publication of her earlier novels had attracted little interest.

In 1931 appeared Two studies, a limited edition containing the two stories Mary Christina and Life and death of Peterle Luthy, followed in 1934 by the publication of The end of a childhood and other stories. Richardson's last novel, The young Cosima, based on the life of Cosima Liszt, was published in 1939. In the same year she began writing her autobiography, Myself when young, in which she intended to recount the story of her life up to 1903. This work, left unfinished at her death on 20 March 1946, was published in 1948, with a final section on the years 1895 to 1903 written by her secretary Olga Roncoroni.

Select References

Buckley, Vincent. Henry Handel Richardson. Second Edition. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1970.

Clark, Axel. Henry Handel Richardson: fiction in the making. Brookvale, NSW: Simon and Schuster, 1990.

Green, Dorothy. Henry Handel Richardson and her fiction. Canberra: Australian National University Press, 1986.

Howells, Gay, compiler. Henry Handel Richardson: a bibliography to honour the centenary of her birth. Canberra: National Library of Australia, 1970.

Kramer, Leonie. Henry Handel Richardson. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1967.

Palmer, Nettie. Henry Handel Richardson: a study. Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1950.

Purdie, Edna and Roncoroni, Olga, editors. Henry Handel Richardson: some personal impressions. Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1957.

Richardson, Henry Handel. Myself when young; together with an essay on the art of Henry Handel Richardson by J.G. Robertson. Melbourne: Heinemann, 1948.



Series List and Descriptions

Series 1 Walter and Mary Richardson papers

This series contains material relating to Henry Handel Richardson's parents, Walter Lindesay Richardson and Mary Richardson (née Bailey). It includes correspondence between Walter and Mary Richardson (1854-1877), letters from Lucinda Cheyne, Walter Richardson's mother, to Walter and Mary Richardson and his sister Lucinda (1857-1863), letters from Elizabeth Bailey, Mary Richardson's mother, to Walter and Mary Richardson (1868-1869), and letters to Walter Richardson from patients and friends.

There is a scrapbook containing newspaper cuttings, engravings and lithographs, Walter Richardson's goldmining licence, handwritten notes, and photographs of Melbourne and of members of the Richardson Family. A handwritten article by Richardson about Ballarat, a diary that he kept on his voyage out to Australia in 1852, and diaries kept by Mary Richardson on a voyage to Australia in 1874 and to England in 1888 are also included.

Some papers relate to Walter Richardson's medical career: his register of midwifery cases (1851-1868), four articles for Australian medical journals, and his Doctor of Medicine certificate from the University of Melbourne. Walter Richardson's two notebooks contain a few newspaper cuttings, a few autobiographical notes, accounts of seances, handwritten copies of articles, and quotations about medical subjects, Swedenborg, various aspects of spiritualism, theology and Christianity, and other topics. Also included in the series is an account book belonging to Walter Richardson, the Richardson family tree, and Walter Richardson's will. Only non-correspondence items are listed below.

For correspondence, see Appendix 1, Name Index to Correspondence. An abstract of the correspondence in this series (without item numbering) is available on request.

Item 1-22 Correspondence
Item 23 Wedding notice: newspaper cutting, 1855
Item 24-122 Correspondence
Item 123 Death notice of Mary Bailey: newspaper cutting 1869

NB repeated use of item no. 123.

Item 124-154 Correspondence
Item 255 [vacant no.]
Item 256-261 Correspondence
Item 262 Manuscript verse
Item 263-264 Correspondence
Item 265 Prescription of Walter Richardson
Item 266 Mary Richardson: sketch of Ballarat flood [on back of a letter to Grace Bailey]
Item 267 SS Omrah [the ship on which HHR sailed from Australia to England in 1912]: postcard
Item 268 Walter Richardson: diary of voyage from England to Australia, 1852. Mary Richardson: diary of voyage from Australia to England, 1888.
Item 269 Walter Richardson: MD certificate, University of Melbourne, 1866
Item 270 Marriage certificate of Walter Richardson and Mary Bailey, 27 August 1855
Item 271 Yarra Bend Asylum, record of Walter Richardson: typescript copy made at Mental Hospital, Mont Park, 1953

(Photocopy held at 271a).

Item 272 Walter Richardson: will, 2 June 1870

probated 2 October 1879

Item 273 Unattached seal
Item 274 Walter Richardson: family tree, 1868

(Photographic copy held at 274a).

Item 275-280 Walter Richardson, 'Ballarat goldminers': typescript
Item 281-290 Walter Richardson, 'Ballarat goldminers': manuscript
Item 291 [vacant no.]
Item 292 Walter Richardson: commonplace book/notebook, c. 1849-1874
Item 293 Walter Richardson: scrapbook, c.1855-1867
Item 294 Mary Richardson: diary of the voyage from England to Australia, 1874
Item 295 Walter Richardson: account book, 1869-1878
Item 296 Telegraph receipt book (unused)
Item 297 Bohemia, 1 March 1955, with a notice on the tombstone of Walter Richardson
Item 298 [empty envelope]
Item 299 Walter Richardson: Register of midwifery cases, 1851-1868 (and two sets of photocopies)
Item 300 Australian Medical Journal, February 1864
Item 301 Australian Medical Journal, April 1863
Item 302 The medical record of Australia, January 1863, pp 1-2
Item 303 The medical record of Australia, January 1863, pp 11-12
Item 304 The medical record of Australia, January 1863, pp 3-10
Item 305 Walter Richardson, A contribution to the statistics of midwifery: being notes of 630 cases of pregnancy. Reprinted from Medical & surgical review, 7 May 1864.
Item 306 Walter Richardson: notebook, c.1873
Item 307 Mary Richardson: cheque book, 1894-1895.
Item 308 Mary Richardson: signed blank cheque, 1893.
Item 308 Leather pouch inscribed 'Dr Richardson' [unnumbered].

Series 2 General correspondence

The series contains a small amount of family correspondence and the letters that Richardson wrote to Oliver Stonor and Jacob Schwartz. There are two letters written by Richardson as a child; correspondence between Richardson and her mother (1896); correspondence between Richardson and her sister Lilian (1896-1911, 1942); and letters from her husband, George Robertson, to members of his family (1895-1912). Some later correspondence is concerned with a threatened libel action against Richardson over a statement in the first edition of The fortunes of Richard Mahony about the newspaper The Ballarat star (1917-18). Letters and postcards from Richardson to Oliver Stonor cover the period 1929 to 1946 and deal with such subjects as Richardson's novels and the criticisms they received, the writing of The young Cosima, and various aspects of literature. Richardson's letters to Jacob Schwartz, of which there are typed copies, mainly discuss the publication of her Two studies and Christkindleins Wiegenlied (1931-1933). Also included in the series is correspondence between Olga Roncoroni and St. John Ervine, about the publication of Myself when young and various broadcasts about Richardson (1947-1949), and correspondence between Miss Roncoroni and George Ivan Smith, concerning the sale of Richardson's papers to the Australian government (1946-1947). There are also a few letters from admirers of Richardson's work, including a letter from H.G. Wells to Richardson concerning The getting of wisdom, and a copy of a letter from T.E. Lawrence to Jacob Schwartz, discussing Two studies.

Item 1-528 For details, see Appendix 1, Name Index to Correspondence.

Series 3 Letters to Mary Kernot

The letters from Richardson to Mary Kernot, a school friend from the Presbyterian Ladies' College, Melbourne, date from 1911, shortly after the publication of The getting of wisdom, to 1946, the year of Richardson's death. The letters were closed until 1996. These are photographic copies only (originals held in the Mitchell Library, Sydney, at ZML MSS 45). The Mitchell Library also holds the letters from Mary Kernot to Richardson (ZML MSS 325), a microfilm of which is available on interlibrary loan.

There are also a few letters by Mary Mitchell, Nettie Palmer and Olga Roncoroni in this series. For more details, see Appendix 1, Name Index to Correspondence.

Item 1-922 Letters from Richardson to Mary Kernot, and other letters.

Series 4 Novels

Niels Lyhne

Handwritten final draft of Richardson's translation of Niels Lyhne by the Danish novelist J.P. Jacobsen. The series also contains a preface by Richardson which was omitted when the translation was published in 1896 by Heinemann under the title Siren Voices.

Item 1-320 Niels Lyhne: manuscript.

Maurice Guest

Two typed drafts with handwritten corrections and alterations. One is the final draft of the novel, the other is an earlier draft with many sections crossed out.

Item 321-326 Photocopies of items 328-333.
Item 327-525 Maurice Guest, Part I: typescript.
Item 526-706 Maurice Guest, Part II: typescript.
Item 707-898 Maurice Guest, Part III: typescript.
Item 899-1089 Maurice Guest, Part I: typescript.
Item 1090-1267 Maurice Guest, Part II: typescript.
Item 1268-1451 Maurice Guest, Part III: typescript.

The getting of wisdom

Two typed drafts with handwritten corrections and alterations. One is the final draft with only a few alterations. The earlier draft has four title pages, each with a different title. (None of the titles was used in the published work.)

Item 1452-1649 The getting of wisdom: typescript I.
Item 1650-1841 The getting of wisdom: typescript II.

The fortunes of Richard Mahony

Typed final drafts with handwritten alterations of Australia Felix, The way home and Ultima Thule. The title page for the draft of Australia Felix bears the title The fortunes of Richard Mahony, under which the novel was first published in 1917. There is also a proof copy of the 1930 Norton edition of The way home and three pages of an early handwritten draft of Ultima Thule. The series contains some of the papers that Richardson wrote or collected when she was engaged on the historical research that preceded the writing of the novel. There are four notebooks containing handwritten notes made from the writings of William Westgarth, William Howitt and William Kelly, and other works about Australia, and in particular, Victoria, in the second half of the nineteenth century; an index to these notes, handwritten notes about Lister's life and developments in medicine in the nineteenth century; typed notes made during Richardson's visit to Australia in 1912 recording her impressions of the country and information she collected; a map of Melbourne in 1888 and a large photograph of Ballarat.

Item 1842 [vacant number]
Item 1843-2355 Australia Felix: typescript.
Item 2356-2677 The way home: typescript.
Item 2678 The way home: proof of 1930 Norton edition (1 vol).
Item 2679-3016 Ultima Thule: typescript.
Item 3017-3019 Ultima Thule: manuscript.
Item 3020-3035 Manuscript notes
Item 3036 Map of Melbourne, 1888
Item 3037-3043 Manuscript notes.
Item 3044 Typescript notes (23 pp)
Item 3045 [vacant no.]
Item 3046-3050 Dust jackets
Item 3051 Manuscript notebook (1 vol)
Item 3052 History of Ballarat: notebook (1 vol)
Item 3053 History of Ballarat: notebook (1 vol.)
Item 3053a Alphabetical index notebook.

The young Cosima

A handwritten early draft (in pencil) of The young Cosima and the typed final draft of the novel with minor handwritten corrections and alterations comprise the two drafts of this novel. The material used by Richardson in writing this novel includes two notebooks containing handwritten notes on Franz Liszt's letters, two notebooks and other handwritten notes on Liszt, Cosima Liszt, Hans von Bülow and Richard Wagner. Also included are cuttings from newspapers and periodicals dealing with Wagner and Liszt, pamphlets about Wagner and the Richard Wagner Museum at Tribschen, Lucerne, and postcards and photographs of Starnberg, the Richard Wagner Museum at Tribschen, and Cosima and Richard Wagner. See Series 15 for the books used by Richardson in researching this work.

Item 3054-3580 The young Cosima: manuscript.
Item 3581-3888 The young Cosima: typescript.
Item 3889-3920 The young Cosima: manuscript notes.
Item 3921 Letters of Liszt to L.J. Wittgenstein, Vol. 1: notebook.
Item 3922 Letters of Liszt to L.J. Wittgenstein, Vol. 2: notebook.
Item 3923 Liszt, oddments: notebook.
Item 3924 Small notebook.
Item 3925-3949 Printed matter relating to The young Cosima.

Series 5 Short Stories

Drafts of most of Richardson's short stories are contained in this series. There is a typed final draft with a few handwritten alterations of the story 'Death', the title of which was later changed to 'Mary Christina'. There is also a typed German translation of this story with handwritten alterations and a newspaper cutting from the Swedish newspaper Nya dagligt allehanda (13 September 1931) containing a Swedish translation of the story, entitled 'Döden'. A handwritten draft of 'The bath: an aquarelle' is signed by Richardson, as are typed final drafts of 'Three in a row', 'Conversation in a pantry', 'Two hanged women', and 'Mary Christina'. All these drafts have handwritten alterations and there is a second typed draft of 'Two hanged women', which is a near final draft.

As well as a handwritten draft of the story 'The end of a childhood', the series contains the typed final draft with a few handwritten corrections of the book of short stories entitled The end of a childhood and other stories which contains the following stories: 'The end of a childhood', 'The bathe: a grotesque', 'Three in a row', 'Preliminary canter', 'Conversation in a pantry', 'The bath: an aquarelle', 'The wrong turning', 'And women must weep', 'Two hanged women', 'Life and death of Peterle Luthy', 'The professor's experiment', 'Succedaneum', and 'Mary Christina'.

Item 1-9 'Death': typescript.
Item 10-22 'Death': German typescript.
Item 23-25 'Döden' (Nya dagligt allehanda, 13 September 1931): newspaper cutting.
Item 26-33 'Mary Christina': typescript.
Item 34-39 'The bath': manuscript.
Item 40-52 'Three in a row': typescript.
Item 53-60 'Conversation in a pantry': typescript.
Item 61-65 'Two hanged women': typescript.
Item 66-70 'Two hanged women': typescript.
Item 71-102 'The end of a childhood': manuscript.
Item 103-156 'The end of a childhood': typescript.
Item 157-162 'The bathe: a grotesque': typescript.
Item 163-172 'Three in a row': typescript.
Item 173-181 'Preliminary canter': typescript.
Item 182-190 'Conversation in a pantry': typescript.
Item 191-195 'The bath: an aquarelle': typescript.
Item 196-202 'The wrong turning': typescript.
Item 203-209 'And women must weep': typescript.
Item 210-216 'Two hanged women': typescript.
Item 217-236 'Life and death of Peterle Luthy': typescript.
Item 237-273 'The professor's experiment': typescript.
Item 274-299 'Succedaneum': typescript.
Item 300-310 'Mary Christina': typescript.

Series 6 Articles

This series consists of articles by Richardson as well as articles about her and her work. Typed final drafts with handwritten alterations of 'The magic of the new concert room' and 'Cosima Wagner as daughter and wife' are both signed by Richardson. The title of the latter article was changed to 'The story of Wagner and von Bülow - and the woman behind the music', when published in the Radio times, 29 August 1930. Articles Richardson wrote about her work include a typed draft with handwritten alterations of 'My favourite among my books' and typed final drafts with handwritten alterations of articles entitled 'Some notes on my books', which discuss the writing of most of her novels and short stories. The series also includes a short autobiographical article by Richardson. Professor J.G. Robertson's critical essay, 'The art of Henry Handel Richardson', a typed copy of an article about Richardson's work by S.B. Liljegren, and a handwritten copy of criticism of Richardson's work by Henry Lüdeke comprise the articles of literary criticism in this series. A typed draft of an article by Louise Theis written after an interview with Richardson has handwritten alterations and corrections by Richardson on it and is entitled 'How writers work: Henry Handel Richardson'. Other articles in the series include a review of Myself when young by Guy Innes, and two articles by Olga Roncoroni, one describing a certain morning in the life of Richardson and the other discussing Roncoroni's impressions of the film Rhapsody (1954), which was based on the novel Maurice Guest.

Item 1-4 'The magic of the new concert room': typescript.
Item 5-12 'Cosima Wagner as daughter and wife' (later 'The story of Wagner and von Bülow - and the woman behind the music'): typescript.
Item 13-14 Sketch for 20th century authors: typescript.
Item 15-18 'My favourite among my books': typescript.
Item 19-42 'Some notes on my books': typescript.
Item 43-100 'The art of Henry Handel Richardson', by J.G. Robertson: typescript.
Item 101-103 An article about Richardson's work by S.B. Liljegren: typescript.
Item 104-105 Extract from a letter from Henry Lüdeke, 1929: manuscript.
Item 106-112 'Writers at work: Henry Handel Richardson', by Henry Lüdeke: typescript.
Item 113-114 'Our greatest novelist: Henry Handel Richardson's life story', by Guy Innes: typescript.
Item 115-120 'Five years ago: a morning in the life of a resident on the S.E. coast of England' [9 February 1943], by Olga Roncoroni: typescript.
Item 121-126 Review of film Rhapsody, by Olga Roncoroni: typescript.
Item 127 List of authors quoted by reviewers of Maurice Guest: typescript.

Series 7 Songs

Richardson wrote the music of several songs, the words of which were written by Thomas Hardy, Laurence Hope and other English and German poets. Photocopies of the scores of some of these songs were received in 1973.

The Library's music collection holds better photocopies of a number of these and other scores by Richardson at MUS N mba 783.2 R522. The titles of these songs are: 'There was an old New England cat'; 'Regret not me'; 'Wenn du zu meinem Schätzel kommst'; 'Lied des armen Narren'; 'Schlaf, Kindlein, schlaf'; 'Christkindlein's Wiegenlied'; 'Unter der Linde'; 'Hoch verehr'ich'; 'Genügen'; 'Reisespruch'; 'Tryste Noel'; 'Come away, death'; 'So we'll go no more a-roving'; 'The King's men'.

This series also contains two manuscript scores received from Richardson's literary executrix in 1994, and manuscript translations of German carols, discovered in a 1917 edition of The fortunes of Richard Mahony in Illinois in 1993.

In 2001, original manuscript scores of many of Richardson's works were acquired by the Library and have been added to this series. Items 87-154 refer.

Item 1-48 Songs by HHR: photocopies of manuscript scores:
Item 1 Contents page.
Item 2-3a 'So we'll go no more a-roving'.
Item 4-5 'Peacock Pie'.
Item 6-7 'Susannah Fry'.
Item 8-11 'The rolling English Road'.
Item 12 'À la Mode'.
Item 13-15 'Regret not me'.
Item 16 'Come away, death'.
Item 17 [vacant no.]
Item 18-19 [title illegible]
Item 20-22 'Prayer'.
Item 23-24 'Epiphany'.
Item 25-26 'The Irishman's song'.
Item 27-28 'The cupboard'.
Item 29-30 'The King's men'.
Item 31-32 'Budmouth dears'.
Item 33-35 'The night of Trafalgar'.
Item 36 'Schlaf, Kindlein, schlaf'.
Item 37 'Christkindlein's Wiegenlied'.
Item 38 'Song of the sheep' [translation of 36].
Item 39-48 'Hoch verehr'ich'.
Item 49-53 Olga Roncoroni: letter to David Barron, NLA Liaison Officer, London, 1973 [copy].
Item 54-56 Translations of German carols: manuscript.
Item 57-86 'The spring, my dear' and 'Der Herbst': manuscript scores.
Item 87-88 'Susannah Fry' (de la Mare) and 'Tryst Noel' (Louise Imogen Guiney), February 1925
Item 89-90 'Lied des Armen Warren' and 'Schusters Abendlied'
Item 91 'Irmelin Rose' (F.P. Jacobsen)
Item 92 'Christkendleins Wiegenlied'
Item 93 'In's Heu' (aus ? Scherers Jungbrunnen)
Item 95-96 'In's Heu' (aus ? Scherers Jungbrunnen) and 'Drei Reiter am Tor' (aus? Des Knaben Wunderhorn)
Item 97-98 'Drei Reiter am Tor' (Des Knaben Wunderhorn)
Item 99 'Wenn du zu meinem Schätzel kommst (Des Knaben Wunderhorn)
Item 100 'Reisespruch' (written on half a sheet of manuscript)
Item 101-102 'Unter der Linde' (Walther von der Vogelweide)
Item 103-104 'Ringel-ringel-rosenkranz' (O.J. Bierbaum - Herbst)
Item 105-106 'Schlaf, Kindlein, Schlaf' [Sleep, baby, sleep]
Item 107 Typescript of a translation by Richardson of 'Song of the sheep' [text of 'Sleep baby sleep]
Item 108-109 'Wenn ich scheiden muss' (Leo Heller)
Item 110 'Vagabundenlied' (J.J. David)
Item 111-112 'Wiegenlied fur meinen Jungen (Richard Dehmel) and 'Wiegenlied' (Ottmars Volkssagen, Bremen 1800)
Item 113 'Erster Verlust' (Goethe), Summer 1907 and 'Vesperal' [crossed out]
Item 114 'Charlotte' (O.J. Bierbaum)
Item 115 'Mandelay', November 1908
Item 116 'A toast' [written on half a sheet of manuscript]
Item 117-118 'Tuscan lullaby' [written on two pieces of manuscript]
Item 119 'The King's men' (Thomas Hardy) and 'Budmouth dears' [crossed out]
Item 120 'O nous acheterons' (V. Hugo), 'Der alte Magyar' (F. Nietzsche), 'Reisespruch' (L. Tieck)
Item 121 'So Komme Was da Kommen mag' (Thedor Storm)
Item 122-125 'Die Strassburger Münster = Engelchen' (O.J. Bierbaum)
Item 126 'Genugen' (F. Saar)
Item 127 'Polly = Lieder' (written for my cat, Punkah, in 1897)
Item 128-135 'Hoch Verehr'ich' (Wilhelm Busch), includes alto and soprano parts
Item 136-137 'The pennywhistle song' (Anderson)
Item 138-141 'Diese Nacht mit Dir' (O.J. Bierbaum), and 'Komm Mädel mir nicht' [crossed out]
Item 142-147 'To the unattainable', 'Dregs', 'At Kew', and 'Drei Reiter am Tor'
Item 148 Untitled page of manuscript music (first line: Weil nun wieder Fruhling ist)
Item 149 Typescript of translation by Richardson of 'Three riders from the Tower' (Drei Reiter am Tor)
Item 150 Typescript of translation by Richardson of 'The night of Trafalgar' (Thomas Hardy)
Item 151 Transcription of an untitled poem, in Richardson's hand, The reverse side of the page comprises draft paragraphs for Myself when young (see pages 78-79 of published text)
Item 152-154 Lists of songs, one in Richardson's hand, one in Roncoroni's hand and one on a cardboard folder

Series 8 Diaries and other documents

Most of the material in this series was received in 1973, with a further acquisition of Richardson's later diaries in 1983.

Richardson kept diaries for the years 1897-1902, 1916, 1931-46, and there are also diaries covering particular events, such as Mary Richardson's final illness in 1896, and Richardson's trip to Norway in 1911, as well as notebooks referring to certain events in the period 1940 to 1944.

Material in this series relating to Richardson's early years includes programmes for the annual concerts, 1885 and 1886, of the Presbyterian Ladies' College, Melbourne, at which Richardson performed, a diary she kept in 1887 and 1888, Mary Richardson's steamship ticket when she and her two daughters left Australia in 1888, the programme for the main examination at the Königliches Conservatorium der Musik at Leipzig, March 1892, and Richardson's certificate from the Conservatorium, dated April 1892. Official documents consist of Richardson's notice of marriage and death certificates. Richardson's address book, her first housekeeping book and some short pieces of prose written in 1896 and 1897 are included in this series. Finally there are two medals awarded to Richardson for her work: the Australian Literature Society medal for the best Australian novel, 1929 (Ultima Thule), and the King George V Silver Jubilee Medal, 1935.

Item 1 Diary, 1897
Item 2 Diary, 1898
Item 3 Diary, 1899
Item 4 Diary, 1900
Item 5 Diary, 1901
Item 6 Diary, 1902
Item 7 Diary, 1887-88
Item 8 Account book 1896-1897
Item 9 Address book
Item 10-21 Diary of the last illness of HHR's mother, 1896
Item 22 'Doctor Kraus' [title erased]: manuscript
Item 23 My first prose attempt, 1896: typescript
Item 24-25 Story: typescript
Item 26 'Villa am Meer': typescript
Item 27-35 Diary of trip to Norway, 1911: manuscript
Item 36-51 'Notes and Memories': manuscript
Item 52-68 'Notes and Memories': typescript
Item 69 Diary, June-August 1944 (5 p)
Item 70 Olga Roncoroni's note about Item 69
Item 71 Presbyterian Ladies' College: Words of compositions by students
Item 72 Presbyterian Ladies' College: concert programme 15 December 1885
Item 73 Presbyterian Ladies' College: concert programme, 14 December 1886
Item 74 Steamship ticket to England, 13 July 1888
Item 75 Steamship ticket to England, 13 July 1888
Item 76 Königliches Conservatorium der Musik, Leipzig: Legimitations-Karte
Item 77 Steamship ticket to England, 13 July 1888
Item 78 Königliches Conservatorium der Musik, Leipzig: certificate, 15 April 1892
Item 79 Banns of marriage of HHR and JGR, 24 December 1895
Item 80 Notice of marriage of HHR and JGR, 20 December 1895
Item 81 Wedding telegram, 30 December 1895
Item 82 Report of the marriage in a Melbourne journal
Item 83 Cheque, [HHR's last signature] 18 March 1946
Item 84-85 Will: two photocopies of original from Somerset House 5 January 1946
Item 86 Death certificate of HHR, 21 March 1946
Item 87 Letter from Official Secretary, Australia House, London, awarding Australian Literature Society medal for best novel written by an Australian for 1929, 6 December 1930
Item 88-90 Letters relating to award of Silver Jubilee medal, 1935
Item 91 Silver Jubilee Medal certificate, 1935
Item 92 Silver Jubilee Medal 1935
Item 93 Australian Literature Society Medal for best Australian novel 1929
Item 94 Unveiling of plaque at 90 Regents' Park Road, London,: invitation to Olga Roncoroni 1957
Item 95 Plaque at 90 Regents' Park Road, London: letter to Olga Roncoroni 1964
Item 96 Unveiling of plaque at 90 Regents' Park Road, London, 1957: leaflet
Item 97-97a 25th anniversary of engagement: JGR's card accompanying flowers, 20 February 1916
Item 98-98a Proverb placed on her table to encourage HHR, ca 1908
Item 99 Page of accounts: manuscript
Item 100 [vacant no]
Item 101 In memory of the dearest of cats: drawing by Walter Neustatter, aged 14, 1920
Item 102 Newspaper marriage notice 1896
Item 103 Bible (1867) given to HHR by her father
Item 104 Diary, 1916, 1931
Item 105 Diary, 1932
Item 106 Diary, 1932
Item 107 Diary, 1934
Item 108 Diary, 1935
Item 109 Diary, 1936
Item 110 Diary, 1937
Item 111 Diary, 1938
Item 112 Diary, 1939
Item 113 Diary, 1940
Item 114 Diary, 1942
Item 115 Diary, 1943
Item 116 Diary, 1944
Item 117 Diary, 1945
Item 118 Diary, 1946

Series 9 Biographical material

A handwritten draft and the typed final draft with handwritten alterations of Richardson's autobiographical work Myself when young form the main part of this series. The final draft also includes a typescript of Edna Purdie's foreword to the book, and the section 1895-1903, written by Olga Roncoroni. George Robertson's handwritten and typed notes which he made with the intention of writing a biography of Richardson are also included in this series. Handwritten autobiographical notes by Richardson cover the period 1870 to 1933, with some gaps having been filled in by Olga Roncoroni, who also prepared lists containing dates and facts relating to Richardson's life, which she used at a symposium held in London in 1953.

Item 1-273 Myself when young: manuscript
Item 244-369 Myself when young: typescript. NB: There are duplicated item numbers from 244-273.
Item 370 [vacant no]
Item 371-450 Autobiographical notes by HHR for the period 1870-1933, supplemented by Olga Roncoroni: manuscript
Item 451-462 Notes for biography by JGR: typescript
Item 463-473 Notes for biography by JGR: carbon typescript, different version from 451-462
Item 474-486a 'Books read by HHR, 1898-1899': typescript
Item 487-492 'Extracts from JGR's diaries, 1903-1910': typescript
Item 493-496 'Some dates and facts in HHR's life': typescript
Item 497-498 'Places in which HHR was living when writing her various works': typescript
Item 499 'Some of her occupations and interests': typescript
Item 500 'Some of her pet aversions': typescript
Item 501 'Her favourite sports': typescript
Item 502 'Countries in which she lived, countries which she visited during her life': typescript
Item 503-504 By Mary A. Kernot: typescript [incomplete]

Series 10 Professor J.G. Robertson papers

Included in this series are John Robertson's diary for 1896, handwritten notes on various subjects including The fortunes of Richard Mahony, his Doctor of Philosophy certificate from Leipzig University, letters relating to his Order of St. Olav insignia and a page giving brief biographical details about him. As examples of his work in the field of German literature, there are photocopies of ten lectures he gave in 1933 on the theme of Wagner as a poet and a thinker, and the proofs of the third edition of his A history of German literature. This edition of his work was published in 1959 and was revised and enlarged from Professor Robertson's second edition of 1931 by Edna Purdie.

Item 1-3 Royal Norwegian Embassy, London: letters to Olga Roncoroni re JGR's Order of St Olav, 1946
Item 4 Biographical note on JGR: typescript
Item 5-6 Preface: typescript
Item 7-22 Notes
Item 23 Committee Book of the U.C. Rackets Court Club 1892-98
Item 24 Diary, 1896
Item 25-394 A history of German literature, 3rd edition, 1959: photocopies of proofs
Item 395-417 A history of German literature, 3rd edition, 1959: proofs
Item 418 Freies Deutsches Hochstift, Frankfurter Goethemuseum: citation 1932
Item 419 Freies Deutsches Hochstift, Frankfurter Goethemuseum: Goethe plaque and small medal 1932
Item 420 Freies Deutsches Hochstift, Frankfurter Goethemuseum: Goethe medal 1932
Item 421-607 Richard Wagner as poet and thinker, ten lectures by JGR, 1933: photocopy of typescript
Item 608 PhD degree, University of Leipzig, 1892

Series 11 Photographs

The series contains photographs of Richardson dating from her childhood up to 1930, as well as photographs of her parents, her grandmother Elizabeth Bailey, her sister Lilian, her husband, and her nephew Walter Neustatter. Also included are photographs of a memorial plaque at 90 Regent's Park Road, London, where Richardson lived from 1910 to 1934, and photographs of the presentation of Richardson's paper weight and silver cream jug to Sir Robert and Dame Pattie Menzies in 1966. Items 49-64 were received in 1996 from Richardson's grand-niece Angela Neustatter. For other photographs, see Pictorial Section.

Item 1 Copy of item 2
Item 2 Walter Richardson (full-length portrait), Ballarat, 1860s: carte de visite
Item 3 Copy of item 4
Item 4 Walter Richardson in his thirties (profile), Melbourne: carte de visite
Item 5 Mary Richardson, Melbourne: carte de visite ca 1878
Item 6 Mary Richardson with daughters Ethel and Lilian, Melbourne: copy of carte de visite c.1880
Item 7 Elizabeth Bailey: carte de visite 1865
Item 8 Walter Richardson, Ballarat: copy 1860s
Item 9 Mary, Lilian and Ethel Richardson, Cork,: carte de visite 1874
Item 10 Ethel Richardson, Munich: carte de visite
Item 11 Mary Richardson, Leipzig: carte de visite
Item 12 Lilian Richardson, Munich: carte de visite
Item 13 Henry Handel Richardson, Walter Neustatter and dog (Socrates?)
Item 14 Lilian Neustatter (seated) and HHR, Marquartstein, 1901
Item 15 Cat, Strassburg: carte de visite
Item 16 HHR and Walter Neustatter
Item 17 Mary Richardson in her fifties, Strassburg: cabinet card c.1895
Item 18 HHR: copy c.1888
Item 19 Mary Richardson as a young woman: copy of carte de visite
Item 20 Copy of item 2
Item 21 Lilian Richardson Neustatter
Item 22-23 HHR and cat Pasha
Item 24 Cats and dogs
Item 25 Socrates (dog) and Djidji (cat) 'at 90 [Regents Park Road], during the [First World] War'
Item 26 Walter Neustatter as a boy
Item 27 JGR and HHR 'during the War, with Walter [Neustatter] and Socki [dog]'
Item 28 Socrates (dog), 'died 1920?'
Item 29-32 HHR and Walter Neustatter, skiing, c.1909
Item 33 R.G. Menzies: letter to Olga Roncoroni, 8 August 1966
Item 34 Pattie Menzies: letter to Olga Roncoroni, 8 August 1966
Item 35 R.G. Menzies and the Mayor of Hastings 1966
Item 36 The Mayor of Hastings, Olga Roncoroni, Pattie Menzies 1966
Item 37 Unveiling ceremony of memorial plaque at 90 Regent's Park Road, London: leaflet 7 May 1957
Item 38-41 Plaque at 90 Regent's Park Road, London (three copies of one photo)
Item 42 HHR at the piano (+ negative)
Item 43-44 J.G. Robertson (two copies of one photo)
Item 45
Item 46 Copy of item 18
Item 47 Copy of item 4
Item 48 Matriculation class, Presbyterian Ladies' College, Melbourne, 1888: copy
Item 49 Lilian Richardson: carte de visite , 1871
Item 50 Lilian Richardson: carte de visite, hand-coloured 1871
Item 51 Lilian Richardson: carte de visite c.1873
Item 52 Ethel Richardson: carte de visite c.1875
Item 53 Ethel Richardson, Leipzig: carte de visite
Item 54 HHR and Lilian Richardson, Strassburg: carte de visite ca 1902
Item 55 HHR: signed studio photograph
Item 56 HHR at her writing desk
Item 57-58 'Lyme: Olga [Roncoroni], Else [Stumpp] and the old Alvis' , mid-1920s
Item 59 Green Ridges, Tilekiln Lane, Fairlight, Sussex
Item 60 Item 59 as Christmas card, signed by HHR
Item 61-64 Westfield, Cobb Road, Lyme Regis, Dorset

Series 12 Paul Solanges papers

In 1910, Paul Solanges, a retired littérateur, wrote to Richardson and offered to translate Maurice Guest into French. They corresponded frequently on the work of translation, and Solanges sent notes of his queries about particular points for reply by Richardson. After the completion of the first draft, Solanges revised the chapters and progressively forwarded them to Richardson, who had her notes typed for the final revision by Solanges. The work was interrupted by Solanges' death in 1914 and the First World War. A small amount of correspondence took place between Richardson and Solanges' daughter Marthe until 1920. The translation, correspondence and notes were returned to Richardson in 1914 by Solanges' family. The translation itself was last known to be in the hands of Heinemann publishers, London, in 1947.

This series contains the correspondence and notes, as well as transcriptions of the Richardson letters by Margaret Capon and translations of some Solanges letters by Dorothy Green. Photocopies of the correspondence and notes are also included.

Since the items in this series were numbered after they were microfilmed, a detailed item listing of the letters is included at Appendix 2.

Item 1-64 HHR: letters to Paul Solanges October 1910 - December 1911
Item 65-117 HHR: letters to Paul Solanges 1912
Item 118-181 HHR: letters to Paul Solanges 1913-1914
Item 182-183 Covering notes by HHR, Olga Roncoroni and Margaret Capon
Item 184-253 Paul Solanges: letters to HHR October 1910 - May 1911
Item 254-316 Paul Solanges: letters to HHR June - December 1911
Item 317 Envelope used as marker by HHR
Item 318-361 Paul Solanges: letters to HHR January - May 1912
Item 362 HHR: letter to William Heinemann 12 May 1912
Item 363-364 William Heinemann: letter to HHR 13 May 1912
Item 365-411 Paul Solanges: letters to HHR June-December 1912
Item 412-474 Paul Solanges: letters to HHR January-August 1913
Item 475-501 Paul Solanges: letters to HHR September - December 1913
Item 502 Covering note
Item 503-512 Paul Solanges: letters to HHR January - February 1914
Item 513-515 Marthe Solanges: letters to HHR 1914
Item 516 HHR: draft letter to Marthe Solanges 1 March 1914
Item 517-537 Marthe Solanges: letters to HHR 1914-1920
Item 538-592 Paul Solanges, manuscript queries re Maurice Guest translation, and HHR's responses 1910-1912
Item 593-666 HHR: typescript notes on Maurice Guest translation 1912-1913
Item 667-680 German reviews of Maurice Guest, 1909-13: English translations prepared for use by Paul Solanges in approaching editors 1913-1914
Item 681-682 Margaret Capon: letter to Dorothy Green 1982
Item 683 Newspaper obituary of Paul Solanges by Giuseppe Colombo, Corriere della Sera February 1914
Item 684 Margaret Capon: letter to Dorothy Green 1982
Item 685 J.E. Baring, solicitors: letter to Margaret Capon re copyright in Solanges correspondence 1982
Item 686-687 Margaret Capon: letters to Dorothy Green, 1982
Item 688-881 HHR: letters to Paul Solanges, 1910-1914: typescript transcriptions by Margaret Capon 1982
Item 882 Notes by Dorothy Green (1 p)
Item 883-977 Paul Solanges: letters to HHR, Oct 1910 - January 1912: manuscript translations by Dorothy Green, 1980s
Folder 14 HHR: letters to Paul Solanges 1910-1911
Folder 15 HHR: letters to Paul Solanges 1912-1914
Folder 16 HHR: letters to Paul Solanges 1913-14
Folder 17 Paul Solanges: letters to HHR 1910-1912
Folder 18 Paul Solanges: letters to HHR 1911-1912
Folder 19 Paul Solanges: letters to HHR 1912
Folder 20 Paul Solanges: letters to HHR 1913
Folder 21 Paul Solanges: letters to HHR, 1914. Marthe Solanges, letters to HHR, 1914-1920
Folder 22-23 Paul Solanges, manuscript queries re Maurice Guest translation, and HHR's responses, 1910-12. HHR, typescript notes on Maurice Guest translation, 1912-1913

Series 13 Press cutting albums

Albums of press cuttings compiled successively by Richardson and her two literary executrices, Olga Roncoroni and Margaret Capon. They were acquired by the Library in 1983.

Item 1 Maurice Guest I 1908-1919
Item 2 The getting of wisdom 1910-1931
Item 3 The fortunes of Richard Mahony: Australia Felix 1917-1929
Item 4 Maurice Guest II 1919-1930
Item 5 Ultima Thule I 1929
Item 6 Ultima Thule II, 1929-30, with a dust jacket for Ultima Thule, and a note signed J.F. Muirhead 15 August 1929
Item 7 I. American cuttings, Ultima Thule and Australia Felix 1929-1930
Item 8 II. American cuttings, and Australian cuttings 1930-1936
Item 9 III. American and Australian cuttings 1934-1950
Item 10 IV. American, Australian and various other overseas cuttings 1950-1972
Item 11 V. Australian press cuttings 1972-1975
Item 12 VII. The Trilogy 1930-1931
Item 13 VIII. English, American and Australian cuttings 1931-1935
Item 14 Foreign cuttings 1931-1958
Item 15 Press cuttings, photographs 1978-1981
Item 16 Press cuttings,(one folder). 1966
Item 17 Australian cuttings January 1929 - February 1931
Item 18 Press cuttings 1936-1965, 1981

Series 14 Editions of Richardson's works

Editions of Richardson's works (many of them annotated), and a few proof copies, received from her executrix in 1983. The item list below includes publisher and publication date, as well as inscriptions. Many of the inscriptions show pet names used between Richardson and her husband, such as BS, DDB, Pip. Richardson's usual publishers were William Heinemann in London and Norton in New York.

This series has not been microfilmed. Note also that a proof copy of The way home is included in Series 4.

Editions of translations of Richardson's works, received from Olga Roncoroni in 1972, are held in the Library's general collection. A list of these (without call numbers) is available on request.

Maurice Guest

Item 1 Heinemann, inscribed 'To SB from the Author' 1908
Item 2 Heinemann 1908
Item 3 Heinemann, inscribed 'with corrections by HHR which she would have liked to have seen done in later editions' 1908
Item 4 Heinemann 1909
Item 5 Heinemann, inscribed 'Annotated copy, June 1911' 1909
Item 6 New York: Duffield 1909
Item 7 Heinemann's Colonial Library of Popular Fiction 1909
Item 8 Berlin: S. Fischer Verlag, 1912, Vol 1 (German translation). 1912
Item 9 Berlin: S. Fischer Verlag, 1912, Vol 2 (German translation). 1912
Item 10 Berlin: S. Fischer Verlag, 1912, Vol 1 (German translation, paperback). 1912
Item 11 Berlin: S. Fischer Verlag, 1912, Vol 2 (German translation, paperback). 1912
Item 12 New York: Duffield 1922
Item 13 New York: Random House, 1936 (Modern Library edition) 1936
Item 14 Heinemann 1931
Item 15 Heinemann 1935
Item 16-18 Heinemann (three copies) 1950
Item 19 Portway, Bath: Cedric Chivers 1974

The getting of wisdom

Item 20 Heinemann, 1910, inscribed 'To dear BS, Oct 4th 1910' 1910
Item 21 Heinemann, 1910, inscribed 'With all kind remembrances from the author, Oct 5th 1910' 1910
Item 22 Heinemann, 1910, inscribed 'To the Kid from Danny, otherwise HHR, Lyme, April 1920' 1910
Item 23 Heinemann, 1910, signed by Olga Roncoroni
Item 24 Heinemann, 1931, inscribed 'To DDB from Pip, May 1931'
Item 25 Norton, 1931, inscribed 'Shammy from Tod, January 1932'
Item 26 Heinemann 1961

The fortunes of Richard Mahony [Part 1]

Item 27 Heinemann 1917
Item 28 Heinemann, 1917, inscribed 'To Aunt Grace, with affectionate regards from Henry Handel Richardson, August 1917' 1917
Item 29 Heinemann, 1929, inscribed 'Copy from which cuts were made for Trilogy' 1929
Item 30 Heinemann 1929
Item 31 Heinemann, 1929, inscribed 'For DDB from P, Sept 1929' 1929

Australia Felix [the same book as items 44-48]

Item 32 Norton 1917

The way home [The fortunes of Richard Mahony, Part 2]

Item 33 Heinemann, 1925, inscribed 'To Aunt Grace, with best love from HHR, April 1925' 1925
Item 34 Heinemann, 1925, inscribed 'Miss Puss from Danny, April 1925' 1925
Item 35 Heinemann, 1925, inscribed 'To dear old Nub, from Pip, May 1925' 1925
Item 36 Heinemann, 1929, inscribed 'Presented to Hastings Public Library by Olga M. Roncoroni, May 1967' 1929
Item 37 Heinemann, 1929, inscribed 'Copy cut down for complete trilogy printing' 1929

Ultima Thule [The fortunes of Richard Mahony, Part 3]

Item 38 Heinemann, 1929, inscribed 'To my own dear DDB, without whose patience & support this book would never have been written, Pip, January 1929' 1929
Item 39-41 Heinemann, 1929 (three copies) 1929
Item 42 Heinemann, 1929, inscribed 'Copy cut down for trilogy printing'
Item 43 Norton 1929

The fortunes of Richard Mahony [Trilogy edition]

Item 44 Heinemann, 1930, inscribed 'For dear BS from P, Nov 1930' 1930
Item 45 Heinemann, 1930, inscribed 'Baba from Tod, Nov 1930' 1930
Item 46 Norton 1931
Item 47 New York: The Readers Club 1941
Item 48 London: The Reprint Society 1954

The end of a childhood

Item 49 First proofs
Item 50 Proof copy
Item 51 Heinemann 1934
Item 52 Norton 1934

The young Cosima

Item 53 Corrected proof copy
Item 54 Corrected proof copy, signed by Olga Roncoroni
Item 55 Heinemann, n.d.
Item 56 Norton 1939
Item 57 Angus and Robertson 1976
Item 58 Den unge Cosima, Copenhaven: Hagerup, 1940 (Danish translation). 1940
Item 59 Ungarsk blod, Oslo: Bergendahls Forlag, n.d. (Norwegian translation)

Myself when young

Item 60 Heinemann 1964

Short stories and other writings

Item 61 'The bath', in The best short stories of 1930, edited by Edward J. O'Brien, London: Jonathan Cape 1930
Item 62 'The bath', in The best British short stories of 1930, edited by Edward J. O'Brien, New York: Dodd Mead and Co. 1930
Item 63 'Three in a row', in The best British short stories of 1934 edited by Edward J. O'Brien, Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin 1934
Item 64 'The coat', in The best British short stories of 1940, edited by Edward J. O'Brien, Boston: Houghton Mifflin 1940
Item 65 'The wrong turning', in Lovat Dickson's magazine, Vol. 1, No. 2 December 1933
Item 66 'Sister Ann', in Good housekeeping April 1949
Item 67 'The life and death of Peterle Luthy', in Twelve best stories from Good housekeeping, selected by Alice M. Head, London: Ivor Nicholson & Watson, n.d.
Item 68 Extract from Australia Felix in An anthology of modern fiction, edited by Frank Swinnerton, London: Thomas Nelson 1937
Item 69 'Letters of Henry Handel Richardson to Nettie Palmer', edited by Karl-Johan Rossing, in Essays and studies on English language and literature XIV, Uppsala, 1953. Annotated by Olga Roncoroni. 1953

Series 15 Books used in researching The young Cosima

A collection of books relating to Richard Wagner and his circle, used by Richardson in researching her book The young Cosima. This collection was acquired from the University of Tasmania in 1993. Since a catalogue of these books was published in 1973, the numbers in that catalogue are here used as item numbers, with the addition of a number where more than one volume is indicated by a catalogue number. The item list is in summary form, and readers should refer to the catalogue at item 72 for full details.

Twenty-three books used by Richardson in researching The fortunes of Richard Mahony, received by the Library in 1946, are held in the Library's general collection. A list of these (without call numbers) is available on request.

The Finished Product

Item 1 Richardson, Henry Handel. The young Cosima. 1939

Primary sources

Item 2/1 Du Moulin Eckart, Richard. Cosima Wagner: ein Lebens- und Charakterbild. Vol. 1. 1929
Item 2/2 Du Moulin Eckart, Richard. Cosima Wagner: ein Lebens- und Charakterbild. Vol. 2. 1931
Item 3/1 Du Moulin Eckart, Richard, trans. Catherine Alison Phillips. Cosima Wagner. 1930 (English edition). Vol. 1. 1930
Item 3/2 Du Moulin Eckart, Richard, trans. Catherine Alison Phillips. Cosima Wagner. 1930 (English edition). Vol. 2. 1930
Item 4 Millenkovich-Morold, Max. Cosima Wagner: ein Lebensbild 1937
Item 5 Wagner, Cosima, ed. Max Freiherr von Waldberg. Cosima Wagners Briefe an ihre Tochter Daniela von Bülow, 1866-1885, nebst 5 Briefen Richard Wagners 1933
Item 6 Wagner, Cosima, ed. Paul Pretzsch. Cosima Wagner und Houston Stewart Chamberlain im Briefwechsel, 1888-1908 1934

Secondary Sources - Richard Wagner

Item 7 Chamberlain, Houston Stewart. Richard Wagner. 1933
Item 8 Chamberlain, Houston Stewart. Richard Wagner der Deutsche, als Künstler, Denker und Politiker. N.d.
Item 9 Glasenapp, Carl Friedrich. Das Leben Richard Wagners, in sechs Büchern. Vol. 4. 1908
Item 10 Kapp, Julius. Richard Wagner, sein Leben, sein Werk, seine Welt in 260 Bildern. 1933
Item 11 Kapp, Julius. Wagner, eine Biographie. 1922
Item 12/1 Koch, Max. Richard Wagner. Vol. 1. 1907
Item 12/2 Koch, Max. Richard Wagner. Vol. 2. 1913
Item 12/3 Koch, Max. Richard Wagner. Vol. 3. 1918
Item 13 Lippert, Woldemar. Richard Wagners Verbannung und Rückkehr, 1849-1862. 1927
Item 14/1 Ludwig II, King of Bavaria, ed. Otto Strobel. König Ludwig II und Richard Wagner: Briefwechsel. Vol. 1. 1936
Item 14/2 Ludwig II, King of Bavaria, ed. Otto Strobel. König Ludwig II und Richard Wagner: Briefwechsel. Vol. 2. 1936
Item 14/3 Ludwig II, King of Bavaria, ed. Otto Strobel. König Ludwig II und Richard Wagner: Briefwechsel. Vol. 3. 1936
Item 14/4 Ludwig II, King of Bavaria, ed. Otto Strobel. König Ludwig II und Richard Wagner: Briefwechsel. Vol. 4. 1936
Item 14/5 Ludwig II, King of Bavaria, ed. Otto Strobel. König Ludwig II und Richard Wagner: Briefwechsel. Vol. 5. 1939
Item 15 Newman, Ernest. Fact and fiction about Wagner. 1931
Item 16 Vanselow, A. Richard Wagners photographische Bildnisse. 1908
Item 17 Wagner, Richard. Briefe an Hans von Bülow. 1916
Item 18 Wagner, Richard, ed. Daniel Spitzer. Briefe Richard Wagners an eine Putzmacherin. 1906
Item 19 Wagner, Richard, ed. Erich Kloss. Briefwechsel zwischen Wagner und Liszt. 1910
Item 20 Wagner, Richard. Familienbriefe von Richard Wagner, 1832-1874. 1907
Item 21 Wagner, Richard. Fünfzehn Briefe Richard Wagners mit Erinnerungen und Erläuterungen von Eliza Wille geb. Sloman. 1935
Item 22/1 Wagner, Richard, ed. Wolfgang Golther. Gesammelte Schriften und Dichtungen in zehn Bänden. Vol. 1. [1912?]
Item 22/2 Wagner, Richard, ed. Wolfgang Golther. Gesammelte Schriften und Dichtungen in zehn Bänden. Vol. 2-3. [1912?]
Item 22/3 Wagner, Richard, ed. Wolfgang Golther. Gesammelte Schriften und Dichtungen in zehn Bänden. Vol. 4-5. [1912?]
Item 22/4 Wagner, Richard, ed. Wolfgang Golther. Gesammelte Schriften und Dichtungen in zehn Bänden. Vol. 6-7. [1912?]
Item 22/5 Wagner, Richard, ed. Wolfgang Golther. Gesammelte Schriften und Dichtungen in zehn Bänden. Vol. 8-9. [1912?]
Item 22/6 Wagner, Richard, ed. Wolfgang Golther. Gesammelte Schriften und Dichtungen in zehn Bänden. Vol. 10. [1912?]
Item 23/1 Wagner, Richard. Mein Leben. Vol. 1. 1911
Item 23/2 Wagner, Richard. Mein Leben. Vol. 2. 1911
Item 24 Wagner, Richard, ed. Dr. Hans Scholz. Richard Wagner an Mathilde Maier (1862-1878). 1930
Item 25 Wagner, Richard, ed. Dr Julius Kapp. Richard Wagner an Mathilde und Otto Wesendonk: Tagebuchblätter und Briefe. [192?].
Item 26 Wagner, Richard, ed. Wolfgang Golther. Richard Wagner an Mathilde Wesendonk: Tagebuchblätter und Briefe, 1853-1871. 1904
Item 27/1 Wagner, Richard. Richard Wagner an Minna Wagner. Vol. 1. 1908
Item 27/2 Wagner, Richard. Richard Wagner an Minna Wagner. Vol. 2. 1908
Item 28 Wagner, Richard, trans. Caroline V. Kerr. The story of Bayreuth as told in the Bayreuth letters of Richard Wagner. N.d.

Secondary Sources - Hans Guido von Bülow

Item 29/1 Bülow, Hans von, ed Marie von Bülow. Briefe und Schriften. Vol 1. 1899
Item 29/2 Bülow, Hans von, ed Marie von Bülow. Briefe und Schriften. Vol. 2. 1899
Item 29/3 Bülow, Hans von, ed Marie von Bülow. Briefe und Schriften. Vol. 3. 1911
Item 29/4 Bülow, Hans von, ed Marie von Bülow. Briefe und Schriften. Vol. 4. 1898
Item 29/5 Bülow, Hans von, ed Marie von Bülow. Briefe und Schriften. Vol. 5. 1900
Item 29/6 Bülow, Hans von, ed Marie von Bülow. Briefe und Schriften. Vol. 6. 1904
Item 29/7 Bülow, Hans von, ed Marie von Bülow. Briefe und Schriften. Vol. 7. 1907
Item 29/8 Bülow, Hans von, ed Marie von Bülow. Briefe und Schriften. Vol. 8. 1908
Item 30 Bülow, Marie von. Hans von Bülow in Leben und Wort. 1925.
Item 31 Bülow, Hans von, ed. Richard Graf Du Moulin Eckart. Hans von Bülow: neue Briefe. 1927
Item 32 Liszt, Franz, ed. La Mara. Briefwechsel zwischen Franz Liszt und Hans von Bülow. 1898
Item 33 Reimann, Heinrich. Hans von Bülow: sein Leben und sein Wirken, Band 1: Aus Hans von Bülows Lehrzeit. 1908?

Additional Literature - Richard Wagner

Item 34 Adler, Guido. Richard Wagner; Vorlesungen gehalten an der Universität zu Wien. 1923
Item 35 Brink, Louise. Women characters in Richard Wagner: a study in "The ring of the Nibelung". 1924
Item 36 Dippold, George Theodore. Richard Wagner's poem The ring of the Nibelung explained and in part translated. 1888
Item 37/1 Finck, Henry T. Wagner and his works: the story of his life, with critical comments. Vol. 1. 1893
Item 37/2 Finck, Henry T. Wagner and his works: the story of his life, with critical comments. Vol. 2. 1893
Item 38 Golther, Wolfgang. Richard Wagner als Dichter. [1905?].
Item 39 Griesser, Luitpold. Nietzsche und Wagner: neue Beiträge zur Geschichte und Psychologie ihrer Freundschaft. 1923
Item 40 McSpadden, J. Walker. Stories from Wagner. 1922
Item 41 Wagner, Richard. 'Operntexte' [collection of libretti, 1891]: (1) Rienzi, der Letzte der Tribunen, (2) Der Fliegende Holländer, (3) Tannhäuser und der Sängerkrieg auf Wartburg, (4) Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, (5) Parsifal.
Item 42 Wagner, Richard. Der Ring des Nibelungen. Copy 1. 1876
Item 43 Wagner, Richard. Der Ring des Nibelungen. Copy 2. 1876
Item 44 Wagner, Siegfried. Erinnerungen. 1923
Item 45 Wolzogen, Hans von. (1) Thematischer Leitfaden durch die Musik zu Richard Wagners Tristan und Isolde..., 1888; (2) Führer durch die Musik zu Richard Wagners Festspiel Der Ring des Nibelungen: ein thematischer Leitfaden, n.d.; (3) Thematischer Leitfaden durch die Musik des Parsifal..., n.d.
Item 46 Young, Filson. The Wagner stories. 1912

Additional Literature - General

Item 47 Busoni, Feruccio, ed. Friedrich Schnapp. Briefe an seine Frau. 1935
Item 48 Gundolf, Friedrich. Arnim: Vortrag gehalten in der Gesellschaft am 3 März 1929. 1929
Item 49 Hadow, Sir William Henry. Studies in modern music: Hector Berlioz, Robert Schumann, Richard Wagner. 1902
Item 50 Karpath, Ludwig. Begegnung mit dem Genius. 1934
Item 51 Tytler, Sarah. Musical composers and their works, for the use of schools and students in music. [189?]
Item 52 Kretschmar, Hermann. Führer durch den Concertsaal I: Sinfonie und Suite. 1890
Item 53 Kulke, Eduard. Erinnerungen an Friedrich Hebbel. 1878
Item 54 Liszt, Franz, ed. Daniel Ollivier. Briefe an Marie Gräfin d'Agoult. 1933
Item 55 Merian, Hans. Illustrierte Geschichte der Musik im neunzehnten Jahrhundert. 1902
Item 56/1 Naumann, Emil. Illustrirte Musikgeschichte: die Entwicklung der Tonkunst aus frühesten Anfängen bis auf die Gegenwart. Vol. 1. [1880-1885?].
Item 56/2 Naumann, Emil. Illustrirte Musikgeschichte: die Entwicklung der Tonkunst aus frühesten Anfängen bis aud die Gegenwart. Vol. 2. [1880-1885?]
Item 57 Neitzel, Otto. Der Führer durch die Oper des Theaters der Gegenwart, Text, Musik und Scene erläuternd. Vol. 1. 1890
Item 58 Nohl, Ludwig. Liszt, erster Teil. [189?]
Item 59 Göllerich. August. Liszt, zweiter Teil. [189?]
Item 60 Plattensteiner, Richard. Der Grillparzer Franz und seine Kathi (das Schicksal einer Dichterliebe): ein Bilderreigen. 1916
Item 61 Raabe, Peter. Franz Liszt, erstes Buch: Liszts Leben. 1931
Item 62 Strauss, Richard. Briefwechsel mit Hugo von Hoffmannsthal. 1926
Item 63 Schrader, Bruno. Händel. [1894?]
Item 64 Schrader, Bruno. Mendelssohn. [1897?]
Item 65 Procházka, Rudolf Freiherr. Robert Franz. [1894?]
Item 66/1 Weingartner, Felix. Lebenserinnerungen. Vol. 1. 1928.
Item 66/2 Weingartner, Felix. Lebenserinnerungen. Vol. 2. 1929
Item 67 Werfel, Franz. Verdi: Roman der Oper. 1925
Item 68 Wittmann, Maximilian Emil. Cherubini. N.d.
Item 69 Ziegler, Dr. Eugen von. Richard Strauss in seinen dramatischen Dichtungen: Guntram, Feursnot, Salome. 1907
Item 70 Ziegler, Dr. Theobald. Friedrich Nietzsche. 1900

Catalogues

Item 71 D.H. Borchardt. Catalogue of a collection of books used by the late Henry Handel Richardson (Mrs J.G. Robertson) for her biography The young Cosima. Hobart: University of Tasmania Library 1950
Item 72 D.H. Borchardt. Catalogue of a collection of books relating to Richard Wagner and his circle, used by Henry Handel Richardson as sources for The young Cosima (1939) and housed in the University of Tasmania Library. With a note on the annotations by Maureen Mann. Melbourne: Monash University English Department Bibliographical Checklists, No. 2. 1973


Container List

Series Items Folders Container
1 1-100 Security binder 1
1 101-200 Security binder 2
1 201-267 Security binder 3
1 268-269, 272 Box 1
1 270-271, 273-291 Security binder 3
1 292, 294-296, 299 Box 1
1 293 Folio box 5
1 297-298, 300-308 1 Box 2
2 1-25 Security binder 3
2 26-171 Security binder 4
2 172-345 Security binder 5
2 346-483 Security binder 6
2 484-528 Security binder 7
3 1-922 Box 25
4 1-179 Security binder 6A
4 80-239 Security binder 7
4 240-320 Security binder 8
4 321-326 Box 6
4 327-420 Security binder 8
4 421-579 Security binder 9
4 580-729 Security binder 10
4 730-898 Security binder 11
4 899-1059 Security binder 12
4 1060-1219 Security binder 13
4 1220-1385 Security binder 14
4 1386-1564 Security binder 15
4 1565-1730 Security binder 16
4 1731-1885 Security binder 17
4 1886-2045 Security binder 18
4 2046-2199 Security binder 19
4 2200-2429 Security binder 20
4 2430-2589 Security binder 21
4 2590-2744 Security binder 22
4 2745-2909 Security binder 23
4 2910-3035 Security binder 24
4 3036 TW map drawer 1
4 3037-3050 Security binder 24
4 3051-3053A Box 3
4 3054-3149 Security binder 25
4 3150-3239 Security binder 26
4 3240-3329 Security binder 27
4 3330-3419 Security binder 28
4 3420-3504 Security binder 29
4 3505-3580 Securty binder 30
4 3581-3703 Security binder 31
4 3704-3888 Security binder 32
4 3889-3920 26 Box 7
4 3921-3924 Box 7
4 3925-3949 27 Box 7
5 1-33 1 Box 8
5 34-70 2 Box 8
5 71-156 3 Box 8
5 157-310 4 Box 8
6 1-54 1 Box 8
7 1-53 1 Box 8
7 54-56 2 Box 8
7 57-86 Folio box 5
8 1-70 1 Box 9
8 71-86 2 Box 9
8 87-102 3 Box 9
8 103 Box 9
8 104-118 Box 13
9 1-273 1 Box 10
9 244-369 2 Box 10
9 370-504 3 Box 10
10 1-22 1 Box 10
10 23-24 Box 10
10 25-138 2 Box 10
10 139-262 3 Box 10
10 263-394 4 Box 10
10 395-417 5 Box 10
10 418-420 6 Box 11
10 421-607 7 Box 11
10 608 Folio drawer 1
11 1-48 1 Box 11
11 49-64 2 Box 11
12 1-64 1 Box 12
12 65-117 2 Box 12
12 118-181 3 Box 12
12 182-253 4 Box 12
12 254-316 5 Box 12
12 317-411 6 Box 12
12 412-474 7 Box 12
12 475-537 8 Box 12
12 538-592 9 Box 13
12 593-680 10 Box 13
12 681-687 11 Box 23
12 688-881 12 Box 23
12 882-977 13 Box 23
12 14-17 Box 23
12 18-23 Box 24
13 1-6 Box 21
13 7-8 Folio box 1
13 9-10 Folio box 2
13 11-12 Folio box 3
13 13 Folio box 4
13 14-18 Box 22
14 1-9 Box 14
14 10-19 Box 15
14 20-29 Box 16
14 30-38 Box 17
14 39-46 Box 18
14 47-59 Box 19
14 60-69 Box 20
15 1-72 TW bookcase


Container list : Microfilms

NLA Reel No. Roll Series Item No.
G 22,962 1 1 1-205
G 22,963 2 1 206-295
G 22,964 3 1 & 2 296-308 + 1-91
G 22,965 4 2 92-437
G 22,966 5 4 1-525
G 22,967 6 4 526-898
G 22,968 7 4 899-1267
G 22,969 8 4 1268-1649
G 22,970 9 4 1650-1991
G 22,971 10 4 1992-2509
G 22,972 11 4 2510-3016
G 22,973 12 4 3017-3053
G 22,974 13 4 3054-3416
G 22,975 14 4 3417-3888
G 22,976 15 4 3889-3949
G 22,977 16 5, 6 & 7 1-310 + 1-127 + 1-53
G 22,978 17 8 1-4
G 22,979 18 8 5-102
G 22,986 25 8 104-105
G 22,987 26 8 106-109
G 22,988 27 8 110-113
G 22,989 28 8 114-118
G 22,980 19 9 1-504
G 22,981 20 10 1-262
G 22,982 21 10 263-417
G 22,983 22 10 & 11 418-607 + 1-48
G 22,992-3 31-32 12 1-537
G 22,986 25 12 538-680
G 22,984 23 13 1-6
G 22,985 24 13 14-18
G 22,990 29 13 7-11
G 22,991 30 13 12-13
G 22,986 25 15 72

Appendix 1 : Correspondence Index

All letters in the collection have been name-indexed. The numbers before the solidus (/) refer to the series, while those following the solidus refer to the individual items. Underlining indicates authorship, non-underlining indicates receipt of a letter. Letters to Richardson have been indexed only under the name of the author, and not under that of Richardson. For an individual listing of the Richardson-Solanges correspondence (Series 12/1-537), see Appendix 2.

BAILEY, Elizabeth 1/24, 1/117, 1/118, 1/119, 1/120, 1/121, 1/122, 1/131, 1/132
BAILEY, Grace 1/266
BAILEY, Mary see RICHARDSON, Mary
BARING, J.E., solicitor 12/685
BARRON, David 7/49-53
BOYS, Catherine 2/7
BURRELL, Anthony 2/426
BURRINYONG Lodge of Masons 1/248
CAMERON, Isabel 2/427
CAPON, Margaret 12/681-2, 12/684, 12/685, 12/686-7
CHEYNE, Bayne 1/44
CHEYNE, John 1/243, 1/253, 1/263-4
CHEYNE, Miss Lucinda 1/28
CHEYNE, Mrs Lucinda 1/24, 1/25, 1/26, 1/27, 1/28, 1/29, 1/30, 1/32, 1/33-5, 1/36, 1/37, 1/38, 1/39-40, 1/41, 1/42-3
CLARK SMITH, J. and D. 2/90
DEHN, Paul 2/432
ERVINE, St. John 2/415-7, 2/418, 2/419, 2/420, 2/421, 2/422, 2/423, 2/424
FARRANDS, H. 8/87
FINNE-GRONN, J.M. 10/1, 10/2
FROST, Frank L. 2/107-9 ,2/113-4
GREEN, S.D. 1/174
GREEN, Dorothy 12/681-2, 12/684, 12/686-7
HARPER, Andrew 2/4
HEINEMANN, William 2/63-5, 2/69, 2/70, 2/71, 2/72, 2/73, 2/74, 2/75, 2/76, 2/77, 2/78-80, 2/81, 2/82-3, 2/84, 2/85, 12/362, 12/364-5
HOULT, Norah 2/111, 2/115
ISMAY, T.H. and Co. 1/141
IVAN SMITH, George 2/394, 2/395-6, 2/397-8, 2/399, 2/400, 2/401, 2/402, 2/403, 2/404-5, 2/406, 2/407, 2/408-9, 2/410, 2/411-2, 2/413, 2/414
KENNELFIELD, Graeme 2/425
KERNOT, Mary 3/1-6, 3/7-8, 3/9, 3/10-11, 3/12-13, 3/14-15, 3/16-17, 3/18-21, 3/22-3, 3/24-5, 3/26-7, 3/28-9, 3/30-3, 3/34-7, 3/38-9, 3/40-3, 3/44-7, 3/48-9, 3/50-2, 3/53-6, 3/57-60, 3/62, 3/65-6, 3/67-8, 3/69-70, 3/71-2, 3/73-4, 3/75-6, 3/78, 3/80, 3/81-3, 3/85-8, 3/89-92, 3/93-4, 3/95, 3/96-9, 3/100-1, 3/102-3, 3/104-5, 3/107-8, 3/109-12, 3/114-5, 3/116-7, 3/118-9, 3/119a-119b, 3/120-1, 3/122-3, 3/124-7, 3/128-31, 3/133-6, 3/137-40, 3/141-2, 3/143-4, 3/145-6, 3/147-8, 3/149-50, 3/151-4, 3/155-6, 3/157-60, 3/161-2, 3/164, 3/165-6, 3/167-70, 3/171-2, 3/173-4, 3/175-6, 3/177-8, 3/179-81, 3/182-3, 3/184-5, 3/189-90, 3/191-4, 3/195-6, 3/197-8, 3/199-200, 3/201-3, 3/204, 3/205-7, 3/208-9, 3/210-1, 3/212-3, 3/214-5, 3/216-7, 3/218-9, 3/220-1, 3/222, 3/223-5, 3/226-7, 3/228-30, 3/231-3, 3/234-6, 3/237-9, 3/240-1, 3/242, 3/244-7, 3/248-9, 3/250-1, 3/252, 3/253-4, 3/255-6, 3/257-8, 3/259, 3/261, 3/262-5, 3/266-7, 3/268-9, 3/270-1, 3/272-3, 3/274-5, 3/276-7, 3/279, 3/281-2, 3/283, 3/284-5, 3/286, 3/287-8, 3/289, 3/290-1, 3/292-3, 3/294, 3/295-6, 3/297-8, 3/299-302, 3/303-4, 3/306, 3/308-9, 3/310-11, 3/313-5, 3/316-7, 3/318-9, 3/320, 3/323-4, 3/325-6, 3/327-8, 3/330-1, 3/332-3, 3/335, 3/336-7, 3/338-41, 3/342-3, 3/344-5, 3/346-7, 3/348-51, 3/352-3, 3/355-6, 3/357-8, 3/359-60, 3/361, 3/362-5, 3/367, 3/368-71, 3/372-3, 3/376-7, 3/338, 3/378, 3/379, 3/380-1, 3/386, 3/387-8, 3/389-90, 3/391-2, 3/394, 3/395-6, 3/400, 3/401-2, 3/403-4, 3/405-6, 3/407-8, 3/409-10, 3/411-2, 3/413-4, 3/415-6, 3/417-20, 3/421-4, 3/426-7, 3/428-9, 3/430-1, 3/432-3, 3/434-7, 3/438, 3/439-40, 3/441-2, 3/443-6, 3/447-8, 3/449, 3/450-2, 3/453, 3/455-6, 3/457-60, 3/461-2, 3/463-4, 3/465-6, 3/467-8, 3/469-70, 3/471-2, 3/473-4, 3/475-6, 3/477, 3/478-80, 3/481-2, 3/483-6, 3/487-90, 3/491-2, 3/493-4, 3/495-7, 3/498-500, 3/515-6, 3/517-9, 3/520-1, 3/522-3, 3/524-5, 3/526-9, 3/533, 3/534-7, 3/538-9, 3/543-4, 3/545-6, 3/547, 3/553-4, 3/555-6, 3/557-8, 3/564-5, 3/566-9, 3/570-1, 3/572-5, 3/576-7, 3/578-9, 3/581-2, 3/583-4, 3/585-6, 3/587-8, 3/589-90, 3/591-2, 3/593-4, 3/596-7, 3/598-9, 3/601, 3/602-4, 3/605-6, 3/607-8, 3/609-11, 3/613-4, 3/615-6, 3/617-8, 3/620-3, 3/625-6, 3/627-8, 3/629-30, 3/631-3, 3/634-5, 3/636-7, 3/639, 3/640-1, 3/644-5, 3/646-7, 3/648-9, 3/650-51, 3/652-3, 3/654-5, 3/656-7, 3/658-9, 3/660-1, 3/662-3, 3/664-5, 3/666-7, 3/668-9, 3/670-3, 3/674-5, 3/676-7, 3/678-9, 3/680-1, 3/682-3, 3/684-5, 3/686-7, 3/688-9, 3/690-1, 3/692-3, 3/694-5, 3/696-7, 3/698-9, 3/700-2, 3/703-4, 3/705-6, 3/707-8, 3/709, 3/710-1, 3/712-3, 3/714-5, 3/716-7, 3/720-1, 3/722-3, 3/724-5, 3/727-8, 3/729, 3/730-31, 3/733, 3/734-5, 3/736-7, 3/738-9, 3/740-1, 3/742-3, 3/744-5, 3/746-7, 3/748-9, 3/750-2, 3/753-5, 3/756, 3/757-8, 3/760, 3/761-2, 3/763-4, 3/765-6, 3/767-8, 3/769-70, 3/771-2, 3/773-4, 3/775-6, 3/777-8, 3/779-80, 3/781-2, 3/783-4, 3/785-6, 3/787-90, 3/791-2, 3/793-4, 3/795-6, 3/797-8, 3/799-800, 3/801-2, 3/803-4, 3/805-6, 3/807-8, 3/809-10, 3/811-2, 3/813-4, 3/815-7, 3/818-9, 3/820-1, 3/822-5, 3/826-7, 3/828-9, 3/830-1, 3/832-5, 3/836-7, 3/838-9, 3/840-1, 3/842-3, 3/844-5, 3/846-7, 3/848-9, 3/850-1, 3/852-3, 3/854-60, 3/861-2, 3/863-5, 3/866-7, 3/868-868a, 3/869-70, 3/871-2, 3/873-4, 3/875-6, 3/877-8, 3/879-80, 3/881-2, 3/884-5, 3/886, 3/887, 3/888, 3/889, 3/890-3, 3/894, 3/895, 3/896-8, 3/899, 3/900-1, 3/902, 3/903-4, 3/905, 3/906-7, 3/908-9, 3/910-1, 3/912-3, 3/914, 3/915, 3/916, 3/917, 3/918-9, 3/920-1, 3/922.
LAWRENCE, T.E. 2/179-81
LEJEUNE, C.A. 2/430
LENARE Ltd. 2/145
LEWIS and LEWIS, solicitors 2/87, 2/88, 2/89, 2/91
MANTON, P.A.K. 8/95
MATHIESON, D.M. 2/71, 2/72, 2/73, 2/74, 2/78-80, 2/86
MENZIES, Dame Pattie M. 11/34
MENZIES, Sir Robert G. 11/33
MITCHELL, Mary 3/559-62
NEUSTATTER, Lilian see RICHARDSON, Lilian
NEUSTATTER, Walter Lindesay 2/365a, 2/387, 2/391, 2/526, 2/527, 2/528
PALMER, Nettie 2/438, 3/547-52
RICHARDSON, Ethel Florence Lindesay see RICHARDSON, Henry Handel
RICHARDSON, Henry 1/244, 1/245
RICHARDSON, Henry Handel 2/1, 2/2, 2/26, 2/28, 2/30, 2/31, 2/32, 2/33, 2/34, 2/35, 2/45, 2/46, 2/68, 2/85, 2/86, 2/88, 2/92, 2/93, 2/94, 2/95, 2/96, 2/97, 2/98, 2/99, 2/100-1, 2/102, 2/103, 2/104, 2/105, 2/110, 2/111, 2/115, 2/116, 2/117, 2/118-21, 2/122, 2/123, 2/124, 2/125-7, 2/128-9, 2/130-1, 2/132-3, 2/134, 2/135, 2/136-7, 2/138-9, 2/140, 2/141-2, 2/143, 2/144, 2/145, 2/146-9, 2/150, 2/151-2, 2/153-4, 2/155, 2/156-7, 2/158-60, 2/161, 2/162, 2/163-4, 2/165-6, 2/167-8, 2/169, 2/170-1, 2/172-3, 2/174, 2/175, 2/176, 2/177, 2/182, 2/183, 2/184, 2/185-6, 2/187, 2/188, 2/189, 2/190, 2/191, 2/192, 2/193, 2/194, 2/195, 2/196, 2/197, 2/198, 2/199, 2/200, 2/201, 2/202, 2/203, 2/204, 2/205, 2/206, 2/207, 2/208, 2/209, 2/210, 2/211, 2/212, 2/213, 2/214, 2/215, 2/216, 2/217-8, 2/219, 2/220, 2/221, 2/222, 2/223, 2/224, 2/225, 2/226, 2/227, 2/228, 2/229, 2/230, 2/231, 2/232, 2/233, 2/234, 2/235, 2/236, 2/237, 2/238, 2/239, 2/240, 2/241, 2/242, 2/243, 2/244, 2/245, 2/246, 2/247, 2/248, 2/249, 2/250-1, 2/252, 2/253, 2/254, 2/255, 2/256, 2/257, 2/258, 2/259, 2/260, 2/261, 2/262, 2/263, 2/264, 2/265, 2/266, 2/267, 2/268, 2/269, 2/270, 2/271, 2/272, 2/273, 2/274, 2/275, 2/276, 2/277, 2/281, 2/282, 2/283, 2/284, 2/285, 2/286, 2/287, 2/288-9, 2/290, 2/291, 2/292, 2/295, 2/296, 2/297, 2/298, 2/299, 2/300, 2/301, 2/302, 2/303, 2/304, 2/305, 2/306, 2/307, 2/308, 2/309, 2/310, 2/311, 2/312, 2/313, 2/314, 2/315, 2/316, 2/317, 2/318, 2/319, 2/320, 2/321, 2/322, 2/323, 2/324, 2/325, 2/326, 2/327, 2/328, 2/329, 2/330, 2/331, 2/332, 2/333, 2/334, 2/335, 2/336, 2/337, 2/338, 2/339, 2/340, 2/341, 2/342, 2/342a, 2/343, 2/344, 2/345, 2/346, 2/347, 2/348, 2/349, 2/350, 2/351, 2/352, 2/353, 2/354, 2/355, 2/356, 2/356a, 2/361, 2/365-6, 2/367, 2/368, 2/369, 2/370, 2/371, 2/372, 2/373, 2/381, 2/383, 3/1-6, 3/7-8, 3/9, 3/10-1, 3/12-3, 3/14-5, 3/16-7, 3/18-21, 3/22-3, 3/24-5, 3/26-7, 3/28-9, 3/30-3, 3/34-7, 3/38-9, 3/40-3, 3/44-7, 3/48-9, 3/50-2, 3/53-6, 3/57-60, 3/62, 3/63-4, 3/65-6, 3/67-8, 3/69-70, 3/71-2, 3/73-4, 3/75-6, 3/78, 3/80-3, 3/85-8, 3/89-92, 3/93-4, 3/95, 3/96-9, 3/100-1, 3/102-3, 3/104-5, 3/107-8, 3/109-12, 3/114-5, 3/116-7, 3/118-9, 3/119a-b, 3/120-1, 3/122-3, 3/124-7, 3/128-31, 3/133-6, 3/137-40, 3/141-2, 3/143-4, 3/145-6, 3/147-8, 3/149-50, 3/151-4, 3/155-6, 3/157-60, 3/161-2, 3/164, 3/165-6, 3/167-70, 3/171-2, 3/173-4, 3/175-6, 3/177-8, 3/179-81, 3/182-3, 3/184-5, 3/189-90, 3/191-4, 3/195-6, 3/197-8, 3/199-200, 3/201-3, 3/204, 3/205-7, 3/208-9, 3/210-1, 3/212-3, 3/214-5, 3/216-7, 3/218-9, 3/220-1, 3/222, 3/223-5, 3/226-7, 3/228-30, 3/231-3, 3/234-6, 3/237-9, 3/240-1, 3/242, 3/244-7, 3/248-9, 3/250-1, 3/252, 3/253-4, 3/255-6, 3/257-8, 3/259, 3/261, 3/262-5, 3/266-7, 3/268-9, 3/270-1, 3/272-3, 3/274-5, 3/276-7, 3/279, 3/281-2, 3/283, 3/284-5, 3/286, 3/287-8, 3/289, 3/290-1, 3/292-3, 3/294, 3/295-6, 3/297-8, 3/299-302, 3/303-4, 3/306, 3/308-9, 3/310-1, 3/313-5, 3/316-7, 3/318-9, 3/320, 3/323-4, 3/325-6, 3/327-8, 3/330-1, 3/332-3, 3/335, 3/336-7, 3/338-41, 3/342-3, 3/344-5, 3/346-7, 3/348-51, 3/352-3, 3/355-6, 3/357-8, 3/359-60, 3/361, 3/362-5, 3/367, 3/368-71, 3/372-3, 3/376-7, 3/378, 3/379, 3/380-1, 3/386, 3/387-8, 3/389-90, 3/391-2, 3/394, 3/395-6, 3/400, 3/401-2, 3/403-4, 3/405-6, 3/407-8, 3/409-10, 3/411-2, 3/413-4, 3/415-6, 3/417-20, 3/421-4, 3/426-7, 3/428-9, 3/430-1, 3/432-3, 3/434-7, 3/438, 3/439-40, 3/441-2, 3/443-6, 3/447-8, 3/449, 3/450-2, 3/453, 3/455-6, 3/457-60, 3/461-2, 3/463-4, 3/465-6, 3/467-8, 3/469-70, 3/471-2, 3/473-4, 3/475-6, 3/477, 3/478-80, 3/481-2, 3/483-6, 3/487-90, 3/491-2, 3/493-4, 3/495-7, 3/498-500, 3/501-3, 3/504-7, 3/509-12, 3/513-4, 3/515-6, 3/517-9, 3/520-1, 3/522-3, 3/524-5, 3/526-9, 3/533, 3/534-7, 3/538-9, 3/543-4, 3/545-6, 3/553-4, 3/555-6, 3/557-8, 3/564-5, 3/566-9, 3/570-1, 3/572-5, 3/576-7, 3/578-9, 3/581-2, 3/583-4, 3/585-6, 3/587-8, 3/589-90, 3/591-2, 3/593-4, 3/596-7, 3/598-9, 3/601, 3/602-4, 3/605-6, 3/607-8, 3/609-11, 3/613-4, 3/615-6, 3/617-8, 3/620-3, 3/625-6, 3/627-8, 3/629-30, 3/631-3, 3/634-5, 3/636-7, 3/639, 3/640-1, 3/644-5, 3/646-7, 3/648-9, 3/650-1, 3/652-3, 3/654-5, 3/656-7, 3/658-9, 3/660-1, 3/662-3, 3/664-5, 3/666-7, 3/668-9, 3/670-3, 3/674-5, 3/676-7, 3/678-9, 3/680-1, 3/682-3, 3/684-5, 3/686-7, 3/688-9, 3/690-1, 3/692-3, 3/694-5, 3/696-7, 3/698-9, 3/700-2, 3/703-4, 3/705-6, 3/707-8, 3/709, 3/710-1, 3/712-3, 3/714-5, 3/716-7, 3/720-1, 3/722-3, 3/724-5, 3/727-8, 3/729, 3/730-1, 3/733, 3/734-5, 3/736-7, 3/738-9, 3/740-1, 3/742-3, 3/744-5, 3/746-7, 3/748-9, 3/750-2, 3/753-5, 3/756, 3/757-8, 3/760, 3/761-2, 3/763-4, 3/765-6, 3/767-8, 3/769-70, 3/771-2, 3/773-4, 3/775-6, 3/777-8, 3/779-80, 3/781-2, 3/783-4, 3/785-6, 3/787-90, 3/791-2, 3/793-4, 3/795-6, 3/797-8, 3/799-800, 3/801-2, 3/803-4, 3/805-6, 3/807-8, 3/809-10, 3/811-2, 3/813-4, 3/815-7, 3/818-9, 3/820-1, 3/822-5, 3/826-7, 3/828-9, 3/830-1, 3/832-5, 3/836-7, 3/838-9, 3/840-1, 3/842-3, 3/844-5, 3/846-7, 3/848-9, 3/850-1, 3/852-3, 3/854-60, 3/861-2, 3/863-5, 3/866-7, 3/868-868a, 3/869-70, 3/871-2, 3/873-4, 3/875-6, 3/877-8, 3/879-80, 3/881-2, 3/884-5, 3/886, 3/887, 3/888, 3/889, 3/890-3, 3/894, 3/895, 3/896-8, 3/899, 3/900-1, 3/902, 3/903-4, 3/905, 3/906-7, 3/908-9, 3/910-11, 3/912-3, 3/914, 3/916, 3/917, 12/1-181, 12/362, 12/516
RICHARDSON, Jack 1/136
RICHARDSON, Lilian 1/221, 1/222, 2/8, 2/22, 2/23, 2/24, 2/25, 2/26, 2/30, 2/45, 2/331, 2/435-6, 2/439-440, 2/441, 2/442, 2/443, 2/444, 2/445-446, 2/447, 2/448-449, 2/450-455, 2/456-457, 2/458-459, 2/460-462, 2/463-464, 2/465-466, 2/467-468, 2/469-470, 2/471-472, 2/473-475, 2/476-477, 2/478-479, 2/480-481, 2/482-483, 2/484-485, 2/486, 2/487-488, 2/489-490, 2/491-493, 2/494-496, 2/497-499, 2/500-502, 2/503-505, 2/506-507, 2/508, 2/509, 2/510, 2/511, 2/512, 2/513, 2/514, 2/515, 2/516-520, 2/521, 2/522-523, 2/524-525
RICHARDSON, Mary 1/1, 1/2-3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6, 1/7-8, 1/9, 1/10, 1/11-2, 1/13, 1/14, 1/15-6, 1/17-8, 1/19-20, 1/21-2, 1/31, 1/45-6, 1/47-8, 1/49, 1/50, 1/51, 1/52, 1/53, 1/54, 1/55, 1/56, 1/57, 1/58, 1/59, 1/60, 1/61, 1/62, 1/63, 1/64, 1/65, 1/66, 1/67, 1/68, 1/69, 1/70, 1/71, 1/72, 1/73, 1/74, 1/75, 1/76, 1/77, 1/78, 1/79, 1/80, 1/81, 1/82, 1/83, 1/84, 1/85, 1/86, 1/87, 1/88, 1/89, 1/90, 1/91, 1/92, 1/93, 1/94, 1/95, 1/96, 1/97, 1/98, 1/99, 1/100, 1/101, 1/102, 1/103, 1/104, 1/105, 1/106, 1/107, 1/108, 1/109, 1/110, 1/111, 1/112-3, 1/114, 1/115, 1/116, 1/117, 1/118, 1/119, 1/120, 1/121, 1/122, 1/123, 1/124, 1/125, 1/126, 1/127, 1/128, 1/129, 1/130, 1/133, 1/134, 1/134a, 1/135, 1/137, 1/138, 1/139, 1/140, 1/142, 1/143, 1/144, 1/145, 1/146, 1/147, 1/148, 1/149, 1/150, 1/151, 1/152, 1/153, 1/154, 1/155, 1/157, 1/158, 1/159, 1/160, 1/161, 1/162, 1/163, 1/164, 1/165, 1/166, 1/167, 1/168, 1/169, 1/170, 1/171, 1/172, 1/173, 1/175, 1/176, 1/177, 1/178, 1/179, 1/180, 1/181, 1/182, 1/183, 1/184, 1/185, 1/186, 1/187, 1/188, 1/189, 1/190, 1/191, 1/192, 1/193, 1/194, 1/195, 1/196, 1/197, 1/198, 1/199, 1/200, 1/201, 1/202, 1/203, 1/204, 1/205, 1/206, 1/207, 1/208, 1/209, 1/210, 1/211, 1/212, 1/213, 1/214, 1/215, 1/216, 1/217, 1/218, 1/219, 1/220, 1/223-5, 1/226, 1/227, 1/228, 1/229, 1/230, 1/231, 1/232, 1/233, 1/234, 1/235, 1/236, 1/237, 1/238, 1/239, 1/240, 1/241, 1/242, 1/244, 1/245, 1/246, 1/249-52, 1/254, 1/256-8, 1/259-60, 1/261, 1/266, 2/2, 2/4, 2/5-6, 2/7, 2/8, 2/9, 2/10, 2/11, 2/12, 2/13-5, 2/16-7, 2/18-9, 2/20-1, 2/24, 2/28, 2/31, 2/32, 2/33, 2/34, 2/35
RICHARDSON, Walter Lindesay 1/1, 1/2-3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6, 1/7-8, 1/9, 1/10, 1/11-2, 1/13, 1/14, 1/15-6, 1/17-8, 1/19-20, 1/21-2, 1/25, 1/26, 1/27, 1/29, 1/30, 1/31, 1/32, 1/33-5, 1/36, 1/37, 1/38, 1/39-40, 1/41, 1/42-3, 1/44, 1/45-6, 1/47-8, 1/49, 1/50, 1/51, 1/52, 1/53, 1/54, 1/55, 1/56, 1/57, 1/58, 1/59, 1/60, 1/61, 1/62, 1/63, 1/64, 1/65, 1/66, 1/67, 1/68, 1/69, 1/70, 1/71, 1/72, 1/73, 1/74, 1/75, 1/76, 1/77, 1/78, 1/79, 1/80, 1/81, 1/82, 1/83, 1/84, 1/85, 1/86, 1/87, 1/88, 1/89, 1/90, 1/91, 1/92, 1/93, 1/94, 1/95, 1/96, 1/97, 1/98, 1/99, 1/100, 1/101, 1/102, 1/103, 1/104, 1/105, 1/106, 1/107, 1/108, 1/109, 1/110, 1/111, 1/112-3, 1/114, 1/115, 1/116, 1/123, 1/124, 1/125, 1/126, 1/127, 1/128, 1/129, 1/130, 1/131, 1/132, 1/133, 1/134, 1/134a, 1/135, 1/136, 1/137, 1/138, 1/139, 1/140, 1/141, 1/142, 1/143, 1/144, 1/145, 1/146, 1/147, 1/148, 1/149, 1/150, 1/151, 1/152, 1/153, 1/154, 1/155, 1/157, 1/158, 1/159, 1/160, 1/161, 1/162, 1/163, 1/164, 1/165, 1/166, 1/167, 1/168, 1/169, 1/170, 1/171, 1/172, 1/173, 1/174, 1/175, 1/176, 1/177, 1/178, 1/179, 1/180, 1/181, 1/182, 1/183, 1/184, 1/185, 1/186, 1/187, 1/188, 1/189, 1/190, 1/191, 1/192, 1/193, 1/194, 1/195, 1/196, 1/197, 1/198, 1/199, 1/200, 1/201, 1/202, 1/203, 1/204, 1/205, 1/206, 1/207, 1/208, 1/209, 1/210, 1/211, 1/212, 1/213, 1/214, 1/215, 1/216, 1/217, 1/218, 1/219, 1/220, 1/221, 1/222, 1/223-5, 1/226, 1/227, 1/228, 1/229, 1/230, 1/231, 1/232, 1/233, 1/234, 1/235, 1/236, 1/237, 1/238, 1/239, 1/240, 1/241, 1/242, 1/243, 1/246, 1/247, 1/248, 1/249-52, 1/253, 1/254, 1/256-8, 1/259-60, 1/261, 1/263-4
ROBERTSON, James 2/41, 2/43, 2/49
ROBERTSON, John 2/38, 2/39, 2/40, 2/42, 2/47, 2/50, 2/51, 2/52, 2/53, 2/54, 2/55, 2/56, 2/57
ROBERTSON, Mrs John 2/27, 2/29, 2/36, 2/37, 2/44, 2/46, 2/48, 2/58, 2/59, 2/61, 2/62
ROBERTSON, John George 2/5-6, 2/27, 2/29, 2/36, 2/37, 2/38, 2/39, 2/40, 2/41, 2/42, 2/43, 2/44, 2/47, 2/48, 2/49, 2/50, 2/51, 2/52, 2/53, 2/54, 2/55, 2/56, 2/57, 2/58, 2/59, 2/61, 2/62, 2/82-3, 2/87, 2/89, 2/91, 2/97a
RONCORONI, Olga 2/357, 2/358, 2/359, 2/360, 2/362-4, 2/374-7, 2/378-80, 2/382, 2/384-6, 2/388-9, 2/390, 2/392, 2/394, 2/395-6, 2/397-8, 2/399, 2/400, 2/401, 2/402, 2/403, 2/404-5, 2/406, 2/407, 2/408-9, 2/409, 2/410, 2/411-2, 2/413, 2/414, 2/415-7, 2/418, 2/419, 2/420, 2/421, 2/422, 2/423, 2/424, 2/425, 2/426, 2/427, 2/430, 2/431, 2/432, 3/915, 3/918-9, 3/920-1, 3/922, 7/49-53, 8/90, 10/1, 10/3, 11/33, 11/34
SCHWARTZ, Jacob 2/117, 2/118-21, 2/122, 2/123, 2/124, 2/125-7, 2/128-9, 2/130-31, 2/132-3, 2/134, 2/135, 2/136-7, 2/138-9, 2/140, 2/141-2, 2/143, 2/144, 2/146-9, 2/150, 2/151-2, 2/153-4, 2/155, 2/156-7, 2/158-60, 2/161, 2/162, 2/163-4, 2/165-6, 2/167-8, 2/169, 2/170-1, 2/172-3, 2/174, 2/175, 2/176, 2/178, 2/179, 2/182, 2/183, 2/184, 2/185-6, 2/187, 2/188, 2/189, 2/190, 2/194, 2/195, 2/196, 2/197, 2/199
SHAW, T.E. see LAWRENCE, T.E.
SMYLY, Marjorie 2/428
SOLANGES, Marthe 12/513-5, 12/516, 12/517-37(See Appendix 2)
SOLANGES, Paul 12/1-181, 12/184-316, 12/318-361, 12/365-501, 12/503-512(See Appendix 2)
STOKES, Sewell 2/94
STONOR, Oliver 2/92, 2/93, 2/95, 2/103, 2/104, 2/105, 2/110, 2/116, 2/177, 2/191, 2/192, 2/193, 2/198, 2/200, 2/201, 2/202, 2/203, 2/204, 2/205, 2/206, 2/207, 2/208, 2/209, 2/210, 2/211, 2/212, 2/213, 2/214, 2/215, 2/216, 2/217-8, 2/219, 2/220, 2/221, 2/222, 2/223, 2/224, 2/225, 2/226, 2/227, 2/228, 2/229, 2/230, 2/231, 2/232, 2/233, 2/234, 2/235, 2/236, 2/237, 2/238, 2/239, 2/240, 2/241, 2/242, 2/243, 2/244, 2/245, 2/246, 2/247, 2/248, 2/249, 2/250-1, 2/253, 2/254, 2/255, 2/256, 2/257, 2/258, 2/259, 2/260, 2/261, 2/262, 2/263, 2/264, 2/265, 2/266, 2/267, 2/268, 2/269, 2/270, 2/271, 2/272, 2/273, 2/274, 2/275, 2/276, 2/277, 2/281, 2/282, 2/283, 2/284, 2/285, 2/286, 2/287, 2/288-9, 2/290, 2/291, 2/292, 2/295, 2/296, 2/297, 2/298, 2/299, 2/300, 2/301, 2/302, 2/303, 2/304, 2/305, 2/306, 2/307, 2/308, 2/309, 2/310, 2/311, 2/312, 2/313, 2/314, 2/315, 2/316, 2/317, 2/318, 2/319, 2/320, 2/321, 2/322, 2/323, 2/324, 2/325, 2/326, 2/327, 2/328, 2/329, 2/330, 2/332, 2/333, 2/334, 2/335, 2/336, 2/337, 2/338, 2/339, 2/340, 2/341, 2/342, 2/343, 2/343a, 2/344, 2/345, 2/346, 2/347, 2/349, 2/350, 2/351, 2/352, 2/353, 2/354, 2/355, 2/356, 2/357, 2/358, 2/359, 2/360, 2/361, 2/362-4, 2/365-6, 2/367, 2/368, 2/369, 2/370, 2/371, 2/372, 2/373, 2/374-7, 2/378-80, 2/381, 2/382, 2/383, 2/384-6, 2/387, 2/388-9, 2/390, 2/392
STUART SMITH, A.W. 8/88, 8/89, 8/90
THEIS, Louise M. 2/96, 2/97, 2/98, 2/99, 2/100-1, 2/102
WALKER, Lt.-Col. 1/247
WANLISS, J.D. 2/63-5, 2/66-7, 2/68, 2/69
WELLS, Herbert G. 2/433-4
UNIDENTIFIED 2/348, 2/431, 2/437

Appendix 2 : Item list for Series 12, Paul Solanges papers

Since Series 12 was item-numbered after it was microfilmed, the list below shows dates of letters and their corresponding item-numbers. Note that letters from Richardson are rarely accompanied by their envelopes, whereas letters from Solanges and his daughter are usually accompanied by their envelopes, which are numbered before the letters they contained.

1 28.10.1910
2 4.11.1910
3-4 9.11.1910
5 10.11.1910
6 17.11.1910
7 30.11.1910
8 11.12.1910
9 25.12.1910
10 23.1.1911
11 25.1.1911
12-14 11.2.1911
15 19.2.1911
16 22.2.1911
17-18 26.2.1911
19-20 3.1911
21 13.3.1911
22 17.3.1911
23 30.3.1911
24 7.4.1911
25-26 23.4.1911
27 6.5.1911
28 15.5.1911
29 19.5.1911
30-31 26.5.1911
32 30.5.1911
33-34 8.6.1911
35 19.6.1911
36 21.6.1911
37 23.6.1911
38-39 2.7.1911
40 13.7.1911
41 20.7.1911
42 24.7.1911
43 27.7.1911
44-45 2.8.1911
46 5.8.1911
47 12.8.1911
48 17.8.1911
49 23.8.1911
50-51 7.9.1911
52 21.9.1911
53 2.10.1911
54 8.10.1911
55 27.10.1911
56 30.10.1911
57 11.11.1911
58 15.11.1911
59 27.11.1911
60-61 28.11.1911
62 11.12.1911
63 25.12.1911
64 30.12.1911
65 4.1.1912
66 10.1.1912
67-68 14.1.1912
69-70 23.1.1912
71-74 25.1.1912
75 7.2.1912
76-77 12.2.1912
78 24.2.1912
79-80 27.2.1912
81-82 13.3.1912
83 16.3.1912
84 28.3.1912
85 5.4.1912
86 16.4.1912
87 19.4.1912
88 28.4.1912
89 5.5.1912
90 16.5.1912
91 2.6.1912
92 3.6.1912
93 12.6.1912
94 18.6.1912
95 23.6.1912
96 2-.6.1912
97 9.7.1912
98 14.7.1912
99 19.7.1912
100 21.7.1912
101 28.7.1912
102 1.8.1912
103 7.8.1912
104 24.8.1912
105 26.8.1912
106 16.9.1912
107 31.10.1912
108 7.12.1912
109-110 8.12.1912
111-112 16.12.1912
113-114 21.12.1912
115 25.12.1912
116-117 28.12.1912
118 5.1.1913
119 12.1.1913
120 16.1.1913
121 21.1.1913
122 24.1.1913
123 26.1.1913
124 28.1.1913
125 7.2.1913
126 12.2.1913
127 15.2.1913
128 19.2.1913
129 27.2.1913
130 3.3.1913
131 8.3.1913
132-133 12.3.1913
134 17.3.1913
135 30.3.1913
136 4.4.1913
137 7.4.1913
138 16.4.1913
139 22.4.1913
140 6.5.1913
141-142 8.5.1913
143 20.5.1913
144 30.5.1913
145 16.6.1913
146 23.6.1913
147 4.7.1913
148 11.7.1913
149 18.7.1913
150 20.7.1913
151 25.7.1913
152 28.7.1913
153 1.8.1913
154 7.8.1913
155 14.8.1913
156 21.8.1913
157 26.8.1913
158 4.9.1913
159-161 7.9.1913
162 20.9.1913
163 8.10.1913
164-165 9.10.1913
166-167 27.10.1913
168-169 9.11.1913
170 20.11.1913
171 22.11.1913
172-173 10.12.1913
174 29.12.1913
175 3.1.1914
176 8.1.1914
177 14.1.1914
178 19.1.1914
179 24.1.1914
180-181[11.2.1914]
182-183 n.d.
184-185 27.10.1910
186-187 1.11.1910
188-189 5.11.1910
190-192 13.11.1910
193-194 23.11.1910
195-196 5.12.1910
197-198 17.12.1910
199 29.12.1910
200-201 3.1.1911
202-203 11.1.1911
204 14.1.1911
205-206 22.1.1911
207-208 30.1.1911
209-211 3.2.1911
212-213 7.2.1911
214-215 19.2.1911
216-218 20.2.1911
219-220 22.2.1911
221-222 1.3.1911
223-224 6.3.1911
225-226 11.3.1911
227-228 16.3.1911
229-230 24.3.1911
231 29.3.1911
232-233 2.4.1911
234-236 16.4.1911
237-238 17.4.1911
239-241 30.4.1911
242-243 2.5.1911
244-245 12.5.1911
246-248 19.5.1911
249-253 31.5.1911
254-255 11.6.1911
256-257 16.6.1911
258-259 18.6.1911
260-263 23.6.1911
264-265 9.7.1911
266-269 12.7.1911
270-271 24.7.1911
272 29.7.1911
273-275 3.8.1911
276 10.8.1911
277-279 14.8.1911
280-282 1.9.1911
283-284 12.9.1911
285 28.9.1911
286-287 29.9.1911
288-289 5.10.1911
290-291 17.10.1911
292-296 30.10.1911
297 2.11.1911
298-300 17.11.1911
301-302 18.11.1911
303-304 23.11.1911
305-306 24.11.1911
307 30.11.1911
308-309 2.12.1911
310-312 6.12.1911
313-314 15.12.1911
315-316 31.12.1911
317 n.d.
318-319 5.1.1912
320-321 16.1.1912
322-323 19.1.1912
324-325 29.1.1912
326-327 3.2.1912
328-329 3.2.1912
330-331 10.2.1912
332-334 16.2.1912
335-336 19.2.1912
337-338 28.2.1912
339-340 3.3.1912
341-342 7.3.1912
343-345 9.3.1912
346-347 13.3.1912
348-349 16.3.1912
350-351 22.3.1912
352-353 31.3.1912
354-355 31.3.1912
356-357 10.4.1912
358-359 27.4.1912
360-361 13.5.1912
362 12.5.1912
363-364 13.5.1912
365-366 1.6.1912
367-369 9.6.1912
370-371 18.6.1912
372-373 21.6.1912
374-375 24.6.1912
376-377 30.6.1912
378-379 5.7.1912
380-381 14.7.1912
382-383 17.7.1912
384-385 22.7.1912
386-387 24.7.1912
388-389 29.7.1912
390-391 12.8.1912
392-393 8.9.1912
394-395 24.9.1912
396-397 8.10.1912
398-399 22.10.1912
400 8.11.1912
401-402 4.12.1912
403-404 13.12.1912
405-406 20.12.1912
407-408 26.12.1912
409 28.12.1912
410-411 30.12.1912
412-413 1.1.1913
414 6.1.1913
415-416 9.1.1913
417-418 11.1.1913
419-420 15.1.1913
421-422 20.1.1913
423-424 24.1.1913
425-426 26.1.1913
427-428 1.2.1913
429-430 4.2.1913
431-432 7.2.1913
433-434 10.2.1913
435-436 16.2.1913
437-438 23.2.1913
439-440 1.3.1913
441-442 8.3.1913
443-445 14.3.1913
446-447 22.3.1913
448-449 5.4.1913
450-451 10.4.1913
452-453 3.5.1913
454-455 7.5.1913
456-457 11.5.1913
458-459 25.5.1913
460-461 16.6.1913
462-463 29.6.1913
464-465 18.7.1913
466-467 24.7.1913
468 26.7.1913
469-470 3.8.1913
471-472 14.8.1913
473-474 26.8.1913
475-477 6.9.1913
478-479 22.9.1913
480 26.9.1913
481-482 3.10.1913
483 4.10.1913
484-486 7.10.1913
487-488 20.10.1913
489-490 1.11.1913
491-492 11.11.1913
493 12.11.1913
494-495 20.11.1913
496-497 26.11.1913
498-499 11.12.1913
500-501 30.12.1913
502 n.d.
503-504 4.1.1914
505-507 13.1.1914
508 25.1.1914
509-510 28.1.1914
511-512 1.2.1914
513 10.2.1914
514-515 12.2.1914
516 1.3.1914
517-519 10.3.1914
520-521 6.4.1914(1)
522-524 6.4.1914(2)
525-526 8.4.1914
527-528 15.5.1914
529-530 21.6.1914
531-532 16.10.1914
533-534 28.3.1915
535-537 22.2.1920