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Frederic Dannay papers, 1920-1982

Series I: Cataloged Series

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Subseries I.1: Correspondence



Box 1 Alexander, David, New York, To Clayton Rawson, 31 July 1963, 1 t.l.s.


Box 1 Allingham, Margery, Tolleshunt D'Arcy, U.K., To Frederic Dannay and Paul R. Reynolds, 1945-1958, 3 a.I.s.; 9 t.I.s.; 3 a.n.s.


Box 1 Ambler, Eric, 1951-1975, 2 a.I.s.; 1 t.l.s.


Box 1 Anderson, Fred I., East Jamaica, VT, To Frederick Dannay, 1941-1947, 17 t.I.s.


Box 1 Armstrong, Charlotte, Glendale, CA, To [Edwin] Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 4 Dec. 1953, t.l.s.; 1p.


Box 1 Armstrong, Charlotte, Glendale, CA, To Frederic Dannay and A. Wellesley Foshay, 1950-1959, 8 t.l.s.; 1 a.n.s.


Box 1 Arnott, Noeline, Palmerston North, New Zealand, To Frederic Dannay, 1966-1967, 1 a.I.s.; 2 t.l.s.


Box 1 Arthur, Mildred H., Haworth, NJ, To Frederic Oannay, 21 Sept. 1962, 1 t.l.s.


Box 1 Arthur, Robert, Yorktown Heights, NY, To Frederic Dannay, 27 Oct. 1951, 1 t.l.s.


Box 1 Ashbaugh, Richard, Columbus, OH, To Frederic Dannay, 22 May, no year, 1 t.l.s.


Box 1 Asimov, Isaac, New York and West Newton, MA, To Frederic Dannay and Eleanor Sullivan, 1961-1977, 13 t.l.s.


Box 1 Atkey, Bertram, Highcliffe, U.K., To Frederic Dannay, 1944-1946, 4 t.l.s.


Box 1 Austin, Margaret, Bay Village, OH, To Frederic Dannay, 1959-1964, 1 a.l.s.; 11 t.l.s.; 1 a.n.s.


Box 1 Avallone, Michael, East Brunswick, NJ and unknown place, To Frederic Dannay and Eleanor Sullivan, 1955-1981; undated, 4 a.l.s.; 42 t.l.s.; 1 p.I.s.; 1 p.l.; 1 t.p.c.


Box 1 Bachrach, Sylvia Farnham To Frederic Dannay and Robert P. Mills, July-Aug. 1954, 3 t.l.s.


Box 1 Bailey, H. C., Llanfairfechan, U.K., To Ellery Queen, 22 April [1954], 1 a.I.s.


Box 1 Baldwin, Faith, Norwalk, CT, To [Edwin] Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 2 Dec. 1953, t.l.s.; 1p.


Box 1 Ball, John, Encino, CA, To Frederic Dannay, 1975-1981, 9 t.l.s.


Box 1 Barker, Shirley, New York and Durham, NH, To Robert P. Mills, 16 Oct. 1954, Dec. 1, 1954, 2 t.l.s.


Box 1 Barr, Stephen, Woodstock, NY, To Frederick Dannay, 1960-1975; undated, 29 a.I.s.; 11 t.l.s.


Box 1 Barzun, Jacques, New York, To Frederick Dannay, 1956-1979, 24 t.l.s.; 3 p.l.; 1 a.n.s.; 1 a.p.c.


Box 1 Baxt, George, New York, To Susan, undated, 1 a.n.s.


Box 1 Beach, Stewart, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 19 Aug., no year, 1 a.I.s.


Box 1 Bell, Josephine, Guildford, [U.K.], To [Frederic Dannay], 15 April 1966, 1 a.I.s.


Box 1 Bellamy, Ralph, New York, To Edwin Seaver, 1 Dec. 1953, 1 t.l.s.


Box 1 Bennett, Margot, London, To "Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine", 4 May 1966, 1 t.l.s.


Box 1 Bentley, Phyllis, Halifax, U.K., To Frederic Dannay, 1952-1975, 9 t.l.s.


Box 1 Bentley, E. C., London, To Ellery Queen, 20 Sept. 1951, 1 t.l.s.


Box 1 Bentley, Phyllis, Halifax, U.K., To Edwin Seaver and Ellery Queen (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 14 Dec. 1953, 17 Aug. 1954, 2 t.l.s.


Box 1 Biggle, Lloyd Jr., Ypsilanti, Ml, To Frederic Dannay, 1960-1977, 7 t.l.s.; 3 t.p.c.s.


Box 1 Bingham, John Michael Ward, 7th Baron Clanmorris. London, To Frederic Dannay, 25 Sept. 1966, 1 a.I.s.


Box 1 Blochman, Lawrence To various people, 1941-1978, 2 a.I.s.; 34 t.l.s.


Box 1 Blochman, Lawrence, New York, To Frederic Dannay (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 15 Dec. 1953, 30 Aug. 1954, 2 t.l.s.


Box 1 Block, Lawrence, Cincinnati, To Eleanor Sullivan, 25 Oct. 1980, 1 t.l.s.


Box 1 Boileau, Pierre, Paris, To Ellery Queen, undated, 1 t.l.s.


Box 1 Bond, Raleigh, New York and Studio City, CA, To Frederic Dannay and Eleanor Sullivan, 1961-1981, 7 t.l.s.


Box 1 Boucher, Anthony, Berkeley, CA To various people, 1943-1968, 1 a.I.; 155 t.l.s.; 1 t.l.; 7 ms.l.; 8 t.p.c.s.; 1 t.p.c.


Box 1 Boucher, Anthony, Berkeley, CA, To Edwin Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 30 Nov. 1953, t.l.s.; 1p.


Box 1 Bradbury, Ray To Frederic Dannay, 1947-1962, 8 t.l.s.


Box 1 Brand, Christianna, London, To Frederic Dannay, 1966-1981, 3 a.I.s.; 4 t.l.s.


Box 1 Brande, Anna Janet, Berkeley, CA, To Frederic Dannay, 20 Jan. 1966, 1 a.I.s.


Box 1 Brandner, Gary P., Inglewood and Los Angeles, CA To various people, 1970-1971, 4 t.l.s.


Box 1 Brean, Henry, Virgin Islands and unknown place, To Frederic Dannay, 1956-1966, 2 a.I.s.; 3 t.l.s.


Box 1 Breen, Jon L., Los Angeles and Fountain Valley, CA To various people, 1963-1981, 2 a.I.s.; 20 t.I.s.; 1 t.p.c.s.


Box 1 Breit, Harvey, New York, To Ed[win] Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 2 Dec. [1953], t.I.s.; 1p.


Box 1 Bretnor, Reginald, To Frederic Dannay and Eleanor Sullivan, 1965-1980, 11 t.l.s.


Box 1 Brittain, William, Freeport, NY To various people, 1965-1981, 2 a.I.s.; 39 t.I.s.


Box 1 Brough, James C., Houston, TX, To Robert P. Mills, 10 Oct. 1952, 1 Nov. 1952, 2 t.l.s.


Box 1 Brown, Frederic To Frederic Dannay, 1948-1955, 5 t.I.s.


Box 1 Brown, Wenzell, To [Agatha] Christie, 25 July 1963, 1 t.l.s.


Box 1 Buck, Pearl S., Perkasie, PA, To Ellery Queen, 5 Dec. 1941, 29 Sept. 1950, 2 t.l.s.


Box 1 Burgess, Gelett, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 1 Jan. 1949, 11 Feb. 1949, 2 t.l.s.


Box 1 Burnett, W. R., Los Angeles, To Frederic Dannay, 3 Sept. 1951, 1 t.l.s.


Box 1 Burroughs, Edgar Rice, Tarzana, CA, To Robert P. Mills, 17 May 1948, 1 t.l.s.


Box 1 Bush, Geoffrey, Boston and Cambridge, MA, To Eleanor Sullivan, 18 Sept. 1979, 14 May 1981, 2 t.l.s.


Box 1 Butler, Gwendoline, Valletta, Malta, To Frederic Dannay, 23 Aug. [1967], 1 t.l.s.



Box 2 Cain, James M. To Frederic Dannay and Lawrence E. Spivak, 1944-1951, 4 t.l.s.


Box 2 Cain, James M., Hyattsville, MD, To Edwin Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 4 Dec. 1953, t.I.s.; 1p.


Box 2 Caldwell, Taylor, Eggertsville, NY, To Miss Ford, 19 April 1942, 1 t.l.s.


Box 2 Cameron, Owen, Whitmore, CA, To Frederic Dannay, undated, 1 a.l.s.; 1 t.l.s.; 1 t.l.


Box 2 Canby, Henry Seidel, New York, To Edwin Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 3 Dec. 1953, t.l.s.; 1p.


Box 2 Carr, John Dickson To Frederic Dannay and Eleanor Sullivan, 1949-1972, 1 a.l.s; 18 t.l.s.; 1 a.n.s.


Box 2 Caspary, Vera To [Frederic Dannay], undated, 1 t.n.s.


Box 2 Cave, Hugh, Warwick, Rl To various people, 1954-1964, 8 t.l.s.


Box 2 Cerf, Bennett, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 14 June 1944, 1 t.l.s.


Box 2 Chandler, Raymond, La Jolla, CA, To Frederic Dannay, 1951-1953, 5 t.l.s.


Box 2 Carr, Albert Z. To various people, 1949-1969, 25 t.l.s.; 1 t.l.


Box 2 Rawson, Clayton To Frederic Dannay, circa 1968, 1 a.l.s.


Box 2 Charteris, Leslie To Frederic Dannay, 1943-1964, 11 t.l.s.


Box 2 Chateris, Leslie, [Hollywood], To Frederic Dannay, 17 April 1949, 1 t.l.s.


Box 2 Chateris, Leslie, Lantana, FL and unknown place, To Edwin Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 30 Nov. 1953, 10 Aug. 1954, 2 t.l.s.


Box 2 Child, Charles B., New York and Laguna Beach, CA, To Frederic Dannay, 1955-1964, 5 t.I.s.


Box 2 Christ, Jay Finley, Chicago, To Frederic Dannay, 24 March 1949, 1 t.l.s.


Box 2 Christie, Agatha, Wallingford, U.K., To Frederic Dannay and Eleanor Sullivan, 1951-1975, 1 a.l.s.; 6 t.l.s.; 1 New Year's Day card; s.


Box 2 Christie, Agatha, [London], To Edwin Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen), 10 Dec. 1953, t.l.s.; 1p.


Box 2 Ciardi, John, Chicago, To Frederic Dannay, 17 March 1960, 1 a.l.s.


Box 2 Clemens, Cyril, Saint Louis and Kirkwood, MO, To Frederic Dannay, 6 April 1953, 27 Sept. 1969, 2 t.l.s.


Box 2 Coe, Charles Francis, Palm Beach, FL, To "Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine", 14 Feb. 1949, 1 t.l.s.


Box 2 Cohen, Roy Octavus, Los Angeles, To Frederic Dannay, Jan. 1951- Nov. 1952, 4 t.l.s.


Box 2 Coles, Manning, Petersfield, U.K., To Frederic Dannay and Robert P. Mills, 1948-1951 and undated, 1 a.I.s.; 2 t.l.s.; 1 Christmas card; s.


Box 2 Cornier, Vincent, Guisborough, U.K., To Frederic Dannay, 1941-1948, 2 a.l.s.; 6 t.l.s.; 1 t.l.; 1 a.,n.s.


Box 2 Costain, T. B., New York, To Frederic Dannay and Edwin Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen), 8 Dec. 1954, 11 Aug. 1954, 2 t.l.s.


Box 2 Crane, Frances, Lawrenceville, IL, To Frederic Dannay and Rex Stout, 1945-1946 and undated, 2 a.l.s.; 2 t.l.s.; 1 t.p.c.s.


Box 2 Creasey, John, Salisbury, U.K. and New York, To Frederic Dannay, 1958-1966, 2 a.l.s.; 6 t.l.s.; 1 a.p.c.s.


Box 2 Crispin, Edmund, Brixham, U.K. To various people, 1946-1977 and undated, 14 a.l.s.; 9 t.l.s.


Box 2 Crispin, Edmund, Brixham, U.K., To Frederic Dannay (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen), 5 Dec. 1953, 15 Aug. 1954, 2 t.l.s.


Box 2 Crofts, Freeman W., Guildford, U.K., To "Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine", 30 Dec. 1966, 1 t.l.s.


Box 2 Cronin, A. J., New Cannaan, CT, To Edwin Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen), 26 Dec. 1953, t.l.s.; 1p.


Box 2 Curtis, Richard, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 2 May 1966, 1 t.l.s.


Box 2 Curtiss, Ursula To various people, 1964-1981 and undated, 4 t.l.s.


Box 2 Cushing, Richard Cardinal. Brighton, MA., To Lee Wright, 15 Feb. 1964, 1 t.l.s.


Box 2 Daly, Elizabeth, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 1945-1951, 1 a.I.s.; 3 t.l.s.


Box 2 Daly, Carroll John, Montrose, CA, To Frederic Dannay, 2 May 1952, 1 t.l.s.


Box 2 Daniels, Harold R., Seekonk and Boston, MA, To various people, circa 1960, 12 t.l.s.


Box 2 Daniels, Norman, Los Angeles, To Frederic Dannay, 19 Sept. 1959, 1 t.l.s.


Box 2 Dannay, Frederic To various people, 19 a.I.s.; 9 a.I., 19 t.l.s., 114 t.l., 1 a.n.s.


Box 2 Dannay, Frederic, New York and unknown place, To Rex Stout, 1949 -1969, 1 a.l.; 2 t.l.s.,


Box 2 Dannay, Frederic To James M. Ullman, circa March 1962, 1 a.l.


Box 2 Dannay, Frederic To Lawrence Treat, circa July 1969, 1 a.I.s.



Box 3 Davidson, Avram To various people, 1955-1974 and undated, 9 a.I.s.; 18 t.l.s., 2 t.l., 1 a.n.s., 1 t.p.c.s., 1 Chanukah card, s.


Box 3 Davis, Dorothy Salisbury To various people, 1951-1975 and undated, 11 a.I.s.; 19 t.l.s.


Box 3 Davis, Dorothy Salisbury, Piermont, NY, To Edwin Seaver, 30 Nov. 1953, 1 t.l.s.


Box 3 Day-Lewis, Cecil, London, To Frederis Dannay, 21 Aug. 1956, 1 a.I.s.


Box 3 Deal, Borden, Sarasota, FL, To Susan Calderella, 30 March 1979, 1 t.l.s.


Box 3 Dedger, David, San Francisco, To Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, 22 Aug. 1945, 1 a.I.s.


Box 3 deFord, Miriam Allen, San Francisco, To Frederic Dannay and Eleanor Sullivan, 1945-1975, 1 a.I.s.; 58 t.l.s., 1 a.p.c.s., 3 tp.c.s


Box 3 deFord, Miriam Allen, San Francisco, To Frederic Dannay, 20 Dec. 1954, 1 t.l.s.


Box 3 de La Torre, Lillian To various people, 1948 -1980 and undated, 4 a.I.s.; 27 t.l.s., 1 a.n.s., 1 t.p.c.s., 1 greeting card, s.


Box 3 de La Torre, Lillian, Colorado Springs, CO, To Edwin Seaver (Relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 2 Dec. 1953, 1 t.l.s.


Box 3 Detzer, Karl, Leland, Ml., To Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, 18 June 1946, 1 t.l.s.


Box 3 Dewey, Thomas E., Albany, NY, To Frederic Dannay and Lee Wright, 1951-1964, 3 t.l.s.


Box 3 Dusany, Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett, 18th Baron. Shoreham, UK, To Frederic Dannay and Mr. Davis, 1950-1958, 14 t.l.s.


Box 3 Dusany, Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett, 18th Baron. Dusany, Ireland, To Edwin Seaver, 19 Jan. 1954, 1 a.I.s.


Box 3 Eberhart, Mignon S. To various people, 21 April 1951, 23 Sept., no year and undated, 4 t.l.s.


Box 3 Eckels, Robert E., Baltimore, MD, and Wheaton, IL To various people, 1968-1978, 4 a.I.s.; 42 t.l.s.


Box 3 Ellin, Stanley, Brooklyn, NY and Miami Beach, FL. To various people, 1946-1981 and undated, 2 a.l.s.; 77 t.I.s., 7 tp.c.s.


Box 3 Elston, Ralph Vaughn, Santa Ana, CA, To Frederic Dannay, 3 June 1946, 1 t.l.s.


Box 3 Erskine, Laurie York, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 31 May 1946, 1 t.l.s.


Box 3 Fairman, Paul To Frederic Dannay, undated, 1 t.l.s.


Box 3 Ferrars, Elizabeth, Edinburgh, UK, To Frederic Dannay, 8 March 1966, 1 a.I.s.


Box 3 Fish, Robert L. To various people, 1959 -1980, 39 t.l.s.


Box 3 Fisher, Dorothy Canfield, Arlington, VA, To Frederic Dannay and Constance Dirienzo, 1952-1958, 1 a.l.s.; 4 tl.s.


Box 3 Fleming, Joan, Broadway, UK, To Frederic Dannay, 9 March, no year, 1 t.l.s.


Box 3 Francis, Dick, Blewbury, UK, To Frederic Dannay, 7 June 1975, 14 Oct. 1975, 2 t.l.s.


Box 3 Freeling, Nicolas, Wolfisheim and Strasbourg, To Frederic Dannay, 1967-1978, 2 a.l.s.; 4 t.l.s.


Box 3 Freeman, C. J. A., Brooklyn, NY, and Gravesend, UK, To Frederic Dannay, 28 Feb. 1948 and undated, 2 t.l.s.


Box 3 Fremlin, Celia, London, To various people, 1966-1980, 8 a.l.s.; 3 t.l.s.


Box 3 Gardner, Erie Stanley, Temecula, CA, To Edwin Seaver (Relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 30 Nov. 1953, 1 t.l.s.


Box 3 Garfield, Brian, Alpine, NJ, To Eleanor Sullivan, 1976-1979, 7 t.l.s.


Box 3 Garve, Andrew, London, To Frederic Dannay, 22 April 1966, 23 March 1972, 2 t.l.s.


Box 3 Gilbert, Anthony, London, To various people, 1 a.I.s.; 9 t.I.s.


Box 3 Gilbert, Elliot L., Kew Gardens, NY and Berkeley, CA, To Frederic Dannay, 1965-1977, 12 t.l.s.


Box 3 Gilbert, Michael, Gravesend and London, UK, To various people, 1952-1981, 3 a.I.s.; 10 t.I.s.


Box 3 Godfrey, Peter, To Frederic Dannay and Robert P. Mills, 1950-1979 and undated, 1 a.l.s.; 8 t.I.s.


Box 3 Golding, Louis, London, To Frederic Dannay, 1949-1956, 1 a.I.s.; 4 t.l.s.


Box 3 Gollancz, Livia, London, To Frederic Dannay, 1968-1980, 9 t.l.s.


Box 3 Gollancz, Victor, London, To Graham, 12 Nov. 1948, 1 t.l.


Box 3 Gollancz, Victor, London and New York, To various people, 1951-1965, 2 a.I.s.; 11 t.l.s., 1 t.l.


Box 3 Gordon, Arthur, Princeton, NJ, To Frederic Dannay, 6 March 1956, 1 t.l.s.


Box 3 Gordon, Richard M., Tuxedo Park, NY, To Frederic Dannay, 1959-1966 and undated, 4 t.l.s.


Box 3 Gores, Joe To various people, 1961-1975 and undated, 38 t.l.s.; 2 tp.c.s.


Box 3 Goulart, Ron To Frederic Dannay and Eleanor Sullivan, 1969-1980, 10 t.l.s.


Box 3 Grant, Richard, Denver, CO., To Eleanor Sullivan and Constance DiRienzo, 28 Nov. 1978, 19 Dec. 1978, 2 t.l.s.


Box 3 Green, Charles, Newburyport, MA. and Linda Vista, Mexico, To various people, 1956-1962, 5 t.I.s.


Box 3 Greene, L. Patrick, Bedford, UK, To Frederic Dannay, 4 Aug. 1948, 12 Aug. 1950, 2 t.l.s.


Box 3 Gruber, Frank To various people, 1941-1967 and undated, 20 t.l.s


Box 3 Gulik, Robert H. van, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and the Hague, To Frederic Dannay, 6 Oct. 1961, 22 Jan. 1962, 2 t.l.s.



Box 4 Haggard, Edith, New York, 24 July 1961, 1 t.l.s., 1p.


Box 4 Hale, Christopher, Alden, Ml., To Frederic Dannay, 3 Sept. 1945, 1 t.l.s.


Box 4 Halliday, Brett, New York and Santa Barbara, To Frederic Dannay and Judson Phillips, 1960-1961, 3 t.l.s.


Box 4 Hammett, Dashiell, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 28 Jan. 1947, 18 March 1947, 2 a.I.s.


Box 4 Harrington, Joyce, Parkersburg, WV and Brooklyn, NY, To Frederic Dannay and Eleanor Sullivan, 1972-1980 and undated, 8 t.l.s.


Box 4 Harrison, Michael, London and Hove, UK, To Frederic Dannay, 1964-1981, 1 a.I.s.; 62 t.l.s., 2 t.p.c.s.


Box 4 Harvester, Simon, Newton Abbot, UK, To Constance DiRienzo, 19 Oct. 1961, 1 t.l.s.


Box 4 Hay, Jacob, Linwood, MD., To Frederic Dannay, 27 April 1972, 1 t.l.s.


Box 4 Haycraft, Howard To various people, 1949-1976 and undated, 1 a.l.s.; 6 t.l.s., 1 t.n.s.


Box 4 Haycraft, Howard To Frederic Dannay, 17 May 1949, 1 a.I.s.


Box 4 Haycraft, Howard, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 2 June 1950, 1 t.l.s.


Box 4 Haycraft, Howard, New York, To Edwin Seaver, 22 Feb. 1954, 1 t.l.s.


Box 4 Hayes, Brian, London, To Frederic Dannay, undated, 1 t.l.s.


Box 4 Hecht, Ben, Nyack, NY, To Frederic Dannay, Nov.-Dec. 1963 and undated, 1 a.I.s.; 2 t.l.s.


Box 4 Hellman, Lillian, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 26 June 1962-27 April 1964, 1 t.l.s.; 1 t.p.c.s.


Box 4 Helu, Antonio, Mexico City and El Paso, TX, To Frederic Dannay, 1943-1955, 1 a.I.s.; 13 t.l.s.


Box 4 Highsmith, Patricia To various people, 1962-1980, 8 t.l.s.


Box 4 Hilton, James, Hollywood, CA, To Frederic Dannay and Gertrude Huebner, 1944-1949, 5 t.l.s.; 1 a.n.s.


Box 4 Hilton, James, Long Beach, CA, To Edwin Seaver (Relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 1 Dec. 1953, 1 t.l.s.


Box 4 Hitchens, Dolores, Anaheim, CA and New York, To Frederic Dannay and Eleanor Sullivan, 1964-1973, 3 t.l.s.


Box 4 Hoch, Edward D., Rochester, NY, To various people, 1951-1981, 232 t.l.s.; 1 t.n.s., 1 t.n., 3 t.p.c.s.


Box 4 Hoffman, Banesh, Flushing, NY, To Frederic Dannay, 1 May 1965, 1 a.I.s.


Box 4 Holding, Elizabeth Sanxay, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 21 June 1944, 3 Sept. 1947, 2 t.l.s.


Box 4 Holding, James, Pittsburgh, PA. and Sarasota, FL, To various people, 1959-1979, 1 a.I.s.; 5 t.l.s.


Box 4 Honce, Charles, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 1941-1950, 4 t.l.s.; 1 a.n.s.


Box 4 Howard, John Hayden, Santa Barbara, CA, To Frederic Dannay and Scott Meredith, 22 May 1952, 1 Aug. 1953, 2 t.l.s.


Box 4 Hughes, Dorothy B., Los Angeles, To Edwin Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 2 Jan. 1954, 1 t.l.s.


Box 4 Hunter, Evan, Norwalk, CT, To Frederic Dannay, 21 May 1979, 1 June 1979, 2 t.l.s.


Box 4 Huston, John, Uganda, To Frederic Dannay, 10 Aug. [1951], 1 a.I.s.


Box 4 Innes, Michael, Adelaide and Belfast, To Frederic Dannay, 1945-1946, 3 t.l.s.


Box 4 Innes, Michael, Oxford, To Edwin Seaver (Relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 12 Jan. 1954, 1 t.l.s.


Box 4 Jesse, F. Tennyson, London and New Orleans, To Frederic Dannay, 1946-1955, 17 t.l.s.; 1 a.n.s.


Box 4 Jordan, Luis A., Evanston, IL, To Frederic Dannay, 1967-1972, 3 a.I.s.; 3 t.l.s.


Box 4 Kantor, MacKinlay To Frederic Dannay, circa July, September 1951, 2 a.I.s.


Box 4 Keating, H. R. F., London, To Frederic Dannay and Eleanor Sullivan, 1966-1978, 8 a.l.s.; 17 t.I.s.


Box 4 Kemelman, Harry To Frederic Dannay, 1946-1964 and undated, 1 a.l.s.; 7 t.I.s., 1 telegram


Box 4 Kendrick, Baynard, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 21 Feb. 1949, 1 t.l.s.


Box 4 Kendrick, Baynard, Fairfax, VA and Amenia, NY, To Frederic Dannay, circa Sept. 1951, 28 May 1959, 1 a.l.s.; 1 t.l.s.


Box 4 Kenneryly, Mitchell, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 26 March 1946, 16 April 1946, 1 a.l.s.; 1 t.l.s.


Box 4 Kersh, Gerald, Circleville and Cragsmoor, NY, To Frederic Dannay, 1963-1967, 4 a.l.s.; 4 t.l.s.


Box 4 Kiernan, John, New York, To Anne Ford, 21 Dec. 1942, 1 t.l.s.


Box 4 King, Frank, Halifax, U.K., To Frederic Dannay, 13 Sept. 1945, 17 May 1946, 2 t.l.s.


Box 4 King, Rufus, To various people, 1932-1965, 9 t.I.s.; 1 t.l.


Box 4 Knowlton, Don, Shaker Heights, OH, To Frederic Dannay and Eleanor Sullivan, 1960-1975, 1 a.I.s.; 21 t.l.s.


Box 4 Kreymborg, Alfred, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 24 March 1928, 1 a.I.s.


Box 4 Kummer, Frederic Arnold, New York, To Charles B. Blanchard, 6 Feb. 1943, 1 t.l.s.


Box 4 la Cour, Tage To Frederic Dannay and Constance DiRienzo, 1953-1972 and undated, 34 t.l.s.


Box 4 Lacy, Ed To Clayton Rawson, 6 Jan. 1965, 1 t.l.s.


Box 4 Lathen, Emma To Eleanor Sullivan, 13 Feb. 1972, 1 t.l.s.


Box 4 Lawrence, Hilda, Baltimore, To Frederic Dannay, 18 May 1946, 1 t.l.s.



Box 5 Lee, Manfred B. To various people, 1941-1970 and undated, 4 a.I.s.; 64 t.l.s.; 27 t.l.


Box 5 Lerner, Max, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 18 Jan. 1951, 10 July 1951, 2 t.l.s.


Box 5 Lewis, Richard O., Sabula, IA, To various people, 1962-1965, 1 a.I.s.; 8 t.l.s.


Box 5 Ley, Willy, Jackson Heights, NY, To Frederic Dannay, 1962-1969, 2 t.l.s.; 1 tp.c.s.


Box 5 Lipsky, Eleazar, Hollywood, To Frederic Dannay, 13 July 1951, 1 t.l.s.


Box 5 Little, Lou, New York, To Frederic Dannay, circa July 1951, 1 t.l.s.


Box 5 Lochte, Richard S., Chicago and Santa Monica, To various people, 1968-1971, 4 t.l.s.


Box 5 Lockridge, Frances, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 5 Nov. 1942, 1 t.l.s.


Box 5 Lovesey, Peter, Cheam, U.K., To Eleanor Sullivan, 15 Sept. 1980, 1 t.l.s.


Box 5 McConnor, Vincent, Los Angeles, To Frederic Dannay and Clayton Rawson, 1963-1964 and undated, 19 t.l.s.


Box 5 McCulley, Johnston, Glendale, CA, To Frederic Dannay, 1 Nov. 1943, 1 t.l.s.


Box 5 McCutchan, Philip, Worthing, U.K., To Frederic Dannay, 7 June 1965, 19 July 1965, 2 t.l.s.


Box 5 MacDonald, John D. To various people, 1953-1973, 4 t.l.s.


Box 5 MacDonald, Philip To various people, 1935-1973 and undated, 4 a.I.s.; 31 t.l.s.


Box 5 MacDonald, Philip, Laguna Beach, CA, To Edwin Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 9 Feb. 1954, t.l.s.; 1p.


Box 5 McGerr, Patricia, Washington, D.C. and Tunis, To various people, 1961-1977, 1 a.I.s.; 16 t.l.s.; 2 a.p.c.s.


Box 5 McGivern, William P. To Frederic Dannay, 29 May 1979, 1 t.l.s.


Box 5 McKelway, St Clair, Palisades, NY, To Frederic Dannay, 22 Dec. 1957, 20 Jan. 1958, 2 t.l.s.


Box 5 McNear, Robert, Chicago, To Frederic Dannay, 1968-1971, 13 t.l.s.


Box 5 Martindale, Robert C., Guadalajara, To Frederic Dannay, 3 June 1960, 1 t.l.s.


Box 5 Marsh, Ngaio To Frederic Dannay and Eleanor Sullivan, 1945-1975, 10 t.l.s.


Box 5 Masur, Harold Q., New York, To various people, 1951-1977 and undated, 12 t.l.s.


Box 5 Mathieson, Theodore To Frederic Dannay and Robert P. Mills, 1955-1979, 12 t.l.s.


Box 5 Matsumoto, Seicho, Tokyo, To Frederic Dannay, 26 Oct. 1977, 15 April 1981, 2 t.l.s.


Box 5 Maugham, W. Somerset, Cap Ferrat, France, To Frederic Dannay, 1951-1957, 1 a.I.s.; 2 t.l.s.


Box 5 Mayberry, Florence V. To various people, 1962-1979 and undated, 31 t.l.s.; 1 t.l.


Box 5 Millar, Kenneth, Santa Barbara, CA, To Frederic Dannay, 14 Nov. 1946, 25 Nov. 1946, 2 a.I.s.


Box 5 Millay, Edna St. Vincent, Austerlitz, NY, To Frederic Dannay, 8 April 1949, 1 t.l.s.


Box 5 Miller, Wade, La Mesa, CA, To Frederic Dannay, 29 Oct. 1954, 1 t.l.s.


Box 5 Morland, Nigel To various people, 1949-1979 and undated, 43 t.I.s.


Box 5 Morland, Nigel, Amersham, U.K., To [Edwin] Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 5 Dec. 1953, t.I.s.; 1p.


Box 5 Morley, Christopher, Roslyn Heights and New York, NY, To Frederic Dannay and Miss Falk, 1942-1952 and undated, 3 a.I.s.; 13 t.l.s.; 2 a.n.s.; 1 a.p.c.s.; 6 t.p.c.s.


Box 5 Morrell, David To Eleanor Sullivan, 8 July 1981, 1 t.l.s.


Box 5 Narcejac, Thomas, Nantes, France, To Frederic Dannay, April-Dec., no year, 2 a.I.s.; 2 t.l.s.


Box 5 Narcejac, Thomas, Nantes, To [Edwin] Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 7 Dec. [1953], t.I.s.; 1p.


Box 5 Nebel, Frederick, Ridgefield, CT and Laguna Beach, CA, To Frederic Dannay, 1942-1961, 9 t.I.s.


Box 5 Nevins, Francis M. Jr. To various people, 1968-1981 and undated, 3 a.I.s.; 85 t.I.s.; 2 t.l.; 1 a.p.c.s.; 1 t.p.c.s.


Box 5 Nielson, Helen, Los Angeles, To Frederic Dannay, 18 July 1963, 1 t.l.s.


Box 5 Niven, David, Cap Ferrai, France, To Frederic Dannay, 10 May 1974, 1 t.l.s.


Box 5 Norman, Charles, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 1961-1969, 1 a.I.s.; 8 t.l.s.


Box 5 Nolan, William, Los Angeles and unknown place, To Frederic Dannay, 1967-1968, 3 t.l.s.


Box 5 Oboler, Arch, Culver City, CA and New York, To Frederic Dannay, 4 Jan. 1945, 15 Feb. 1945 and undated, 3 t.l.s.



Box 6 Pachter, Josh, Wantagh and Dix Hills, NY, To Frederic Dannay and Eleanor Sullivan, 1966-1974, 4 a.I.s.; 16 t.l.s.


Box 6 Palmer, Stuart, To Frederic Dannay and Clayton Rawson, 1941-1962 and undated, 1 a.I.s.; 35 t.I.s.; 1 t.l.; 1 a.p.c.s.; 1 Christmas card; s.


Box 6 Parry, Henry T., Wynnewood, PA, To Frederic Dannay and Constance Di Rienzo, 1964-1980, 22 t.l.s.


Box 6 Patrick, Q., Monterey, MA and La Garde, France, To Frederic Dannay, 1947-1958, 5 t.I.s.; 1 a.n.


Box 6 Paul, Elliot, Boston and Beverly Hills, To Frederic Dannay, 15 Aug. 1951, 24 Sept. 1951, 2 t.l.s.


Box 6 Peirce, J. F., College Station and Bryan, TX, To Frederic Dannay and Eleanor Sullivan, 1962-1975 and undated, 5 a.I.s.; 21 t.l.s.; 2 t.p.c.s.


Box 6 Perelman, Sidney Joseph, New York, To Constance Di Rienzo, 23 Feb. 1960, 10 May 1963, 2 t.l.s.


Box 6 Perowne, Barry To various people, 1946-1978, 34 t.I.s.


Box 6 Peterson, Charles Alden, Milwaukee, To Robert P. Mills and Frederic Dannay, 17 Aug. 1953, 4 April 1968, 1 a.I.s.; 1 t.l.s.


Box 6 Pierce, John, To various people, 1967-1973 and undated, 22 t.l.s.


Box 6 Pollock, Channing, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 13 May 1946, 1 t.l.s.


Box 6 Porcelain, Lidney E., Oberstein, Germany, To Frederic Dannay, 30 June 1945, 1 t.l.s.


Box 6 Porges, Arthur, Los Angeles and unknown place, To Frederic Dannay and Robert P. Mills, 1955-1967, 5 t.I.s.; 1 t.p.c.


Box 6 Porter, Joyce, To Frederic Dannay and Eleanor Sullivan, 1967-1981, 15 t.l.s.; 2 a.p.c.s.


Box 6 Powell, James, New York and Marietta, PA, To Frederic Dannay and Eleanor Sullivan, 1967-1974 and undated, 1 a.I.s.; 9 t.l.s.


Box 6 Prather, Richard S., Laguna Beach, CA, To Frederic Dannay, 4 Jan. 1960, 1 t.l.s.


Box 6 Priestley, J. B., Brook, [U.K.], To Frederic Dannay, 30 July 1951, 1 t.l.s.


Box 6 Priestley, John Boynton, Isle of Wight, U.K., To Ellery Queen (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 24 Aug. 1954, t.l.s.; 1p.


Box 6 Prince, Jerome and Harold, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 1942-1975, 1 a.I.s.; 5 t.l.s.


Box 6 Pronzini, Bill, San Francisco and Furstenfeldbruck, West Germany, To various people, 1969-1975, 27 t.l.s.


Box 6 Quick, Dorothy, New York, To [Edwin] Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 1 Dec. 1953, a.I.s.; 1p.


Box 6 Rascoe, Burton, New York, To Frederic Dannay and William Tarq, 1947-1950, 2 t.l.s.; 1 a.p.c.s.


Box 6 Rawson, Clayton, New York, To various people, 1951-1966 and undated, 6 t.l.s.; 20 t.l.


Box 6 Reach, Alice Scanlan, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 1961-[1971?], 2 a.l.s.; 2 t.l.s.


Box 6 Redman, Ben Ray, Los Angeles, To Frederic Dannay, 22 April 1950, circa July 1951, 1 a.l.s.; 1 t.l.s.


Box 6 Revesz, Etta, Los Alamitos, CA, To Eleanor Sullivan, 3 Feb. 1979, 11 Aug. 1981, 2 t.l.s.


Box 6 Rice, Craig To Frederic Dannay and Robert P. Mills, 1942-1955 and undated, 11 t.l.s.; 1 t.l.; 1 t.p.c.


Box 6 Rice, Craig, New York, To Edwin Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 7 Dec. 1953, t.l.s.; 1p.


Box 6 Richter, Joan, To Frederic Dannay and Constance DiRienzo, 1962-1973, 4 a.l.s.; 9 t.l.s.


Box 6 Rinehart, Mary Roberts, New York, To Frederic Dannay and B.G. Davis, 1949-1957, 3 t.l.s.


Box 6 Roberts, S. C., Cambridge, U.K., To W.O. Fuller and Ellery Queen, 24 Feb. 1931, 20 April 1949, 1 a.l.s.; 1 t.l.s.; 1 a.n.


Box 6 Robinson, Jackie To Frederic Dannay, 8 Aug. 1951, 1 t.l.s.


Box 6 Rockwell, Norman, Arlington, VT, To Edwin Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 31 Dec. 1953, t.l.s.; 1p.


Box 6 Rogers, Joel Townsley, Washington, D.C. and unknown place, To Frederic Dannay and Constance DiRienzo, 26 Oct. 1959, 10 Jan. 1970, 2 t.l.s.


Box 6 Rohmer, Sax, White Plains, NY, To Frederic Dannay and Robert P. Mills, 17 Sept. 1957, 2 Oct. 1957, 2 a.I.s.


Box 6 Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 10 Sept. 1951, 1 t.l.s.


Box 6 Rosten, Leo To Frederic Dannay, 5 May 1965, 1 a.I.s.


Box 6 Roth, Holly, New York and unknown place, To various people, 1956-1964, 5 t.I.s.; 1 t.l.


Box 6 Rubin, Rick, Portland, OR, To Frederic Dannay and Robert P. Mills, 1959-1960, 3 t.l.s.


Box 6 Rukeyeser, Muriel, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 1959-1960 and 19 September, no year, 4 a.I.s.


Box 6 Rutledge, Nancy, Evanston, IL, To American Mercury, 2 Nov. 1945, 1 t.l.s.


Box 6 Salinger, Pierre, Washington, D.C., To Frederic Dannay, 21 Feb. 1963, 1 t.l.s.


Box 6 Serling, Rod, Pacific Palisades, CA, To Frederic Dannay, 6 Jan. 1961, 1 t.l.s.


Box 6 Schier, Norma, Mamaroneck, NY, To Frederic Dannay, 1964-1966 and undated, 5 a.I.s.; 4 t.l.s.


Box 6 Seeley, Mabel, Berkeley, Ml and Glendale, CA and unknown place, To Frederic Dannay, 1945-1954 and undated, 1 a.I.s.; 2 t.l.s.; 1 Christmas card; s.


Box 6 Shellabarger, Samuel, Princeton, To Frederic Dannay, 26 Jan. 1952, 1 t.l.s.


Box 6 Sherwood, Robert E., New York, To Frederic Dannay, 14 March 1949, 19 March 1949, 2 t.l.s.


Box 6 Shiel, M. P., Horsham, U.K., To Frederic Dannay, 14 July 1945, 1 a.p.c.s.


Box 6 Shore, Viola Brothers, New York and North Hollywood, To Frederic Dannay, 6 Dec. 1946, circa April 1949, 6 April, no year and undated, 1 a.l.s.; 6 t.l.s.; 1 a.n.s.


Box 6 Simenon, Georges To various people, 1948-1972, 1 a.l.s.; 8 t.l.s.; 1 t.l.


Box 6 Slater, Elaine, Rye, NY and Toronto, To Frederic Dannay and Constance DiRienzo, 1960-1971 and undated, 6 a.l.s.; 3 t.l.s.; 1 a.p.c.s.


Box 6 Slesar, Henry, New York, To various people, 1955-1975 and undated, 6 t.l.s.


Box 6 Speed, Jane, New York, To various people, 1961-1980, 2 a.l.s.; 17 t.I.s.


Box 6 Spivak, Lawrence E., New York, To Frederic Dannay and Edwin Seaver, 29 Nov. 1951, 31 Dec. 1953, 2 t.l.s.


Box 6 Starrett, Vincent, Chicago, To various people, 1940-1970 and undated, 9 a.l.s.; 39 t.I.s.; 2 a.n.s.; 6 a.p.c.s.; 1 telegram; 1 Christmas card; s.


Box 6 Starrett, Vincent, Chicago, To [Edwin] Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 28 Nov. 1953, t.I.s.; 1p.


Box 6 Steele, Frederic Don, New York, To various people, 1943-1944 and 11 November, no year, 9 a.l.s.


Box 6 Steele, Wilbur Daniel, Old Lyme, CT, To Frederic Dannay and Lawrence E. Spivak, 1948-1952, 4 t.I.s.; 1 t.p.c.s.


Box 6 Steele, Wilbur Daniel, Sanibel Island, FL, To Edwin Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 13 Dec. 1953, t.I.s.; 1p.


Box 6 Stoughton, Arthur A., New York, To Anne Ford, 11 Nov. 1941, 1 t.l.s.


Box 6 Stout, Rex, Brewster and New York, NY, To various people, 1945-1970, 29 t.l.s.; 1 a.n.s.; 2 t.n.s.


Box 6 Stribling, T. S., Miami Beach, FL and Clifton, TN, To various people, 1929-1953 and undated, 1 a.I.s.; 17 t.l.s.; 22 t.l.; 1 a.p.c.s.


Box 6 Sturgeon, Theodore, Congers and Woodstock, NY, To various people, 1954-1965 and undated, 15 t.l.s.; 3 t.l.; 1 a.n.s.



Box 7 Suter, John, Charleston and Southside, WV, To various people, 1952-1981 and undated, 53 a.I.s.; 6 t.l.s.


Box 7 Symons, Julian, To various people, 1950-1981 and undated, 5 a.l.s.; 27 t.l.s.; 1 a.n.s.


Box 7 Targ, William To Ed[win] Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 1953, t.I.s.; 1p.


Box 7 Tey, Josephine, Inverness, [Scotland], To Frederic Dannay, 28 July 1951, 1 t.l.s.


Box 7 Thurber, James, West Cornwall, CT, To Frederic Dannay, 12 July 1951, 23 Aug. 1951, 2 t.l.s.


Box 7 Treat, Lawrence To various people, 1946-1981 and undated, 1 a.I.s.; 18 t.I.s.


Box 7 Tucker, Luttrell, Orlando, FL, To Frederic Dannay, 25 Jan. 1953, 1 t.l.s.


Box 7 Twohy, Robert To various people, 1956-1981, 4 a.I.s.; 19 t.I.s.; 1 t.l.


Box 7 Tyre, Nedra To various people, 1953-1981 and undated, 4 a.I.s.; 31 t.l.s.; 2 a.p.c.s.; 20 t.p.c.s.


Box 7 Ullman, James M., Chicago and Park Ridge, IL, To Frederic Dannay and Paul W. Fairman, 1953-1963, 19 t.I.s.


Box 7 Untermeyer, Louis, New York, To Edwin Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 7 Dec. 1953, t.I.s.; 1p.


Box 7 Updike, John, Elverson, PA, To Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, 7 June, no year, 1 t.l.s.


Box 7 Upfield, Arthur W., Yarra Junction, Australia, To Frederic Dannay, 1948-1951, 3 t.l.s.


Box 7 Van de Wetering, Janwillem, Surry, MN, To Frederic Dannay, 25 March 1944, 14 April 1944, 2 t.l.s.


Box 7 Van Doren, Carl, New York, To Frederic Dannay, 15 March 1944, 11 July 1944, 2 t.l.s.


Box 7 Van Doren, Irita, New York, To Edwin Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 3 Dec. 1953, t.l.s.; 1p.


Box 7 Van Doren, Mark, New York and Falls Village, CT, To Frederic Dannay and Lawrence E. Spivak, Feb.-Aug. 1951, 2 a.I.s.; 1 t.l.s.


Box 7 Vickers, Roy To various people, 1950-1963 and undated, 37 t.l.s.


Box 7 Vickers, Roy, Thame, U.K., To [Edwin] Seaver (relates to the "Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen"), 6 Dec. 1953, t.l.s.; 1p.


Box 7 Walsh, Thomas To Frederic Dannay and Manfred B. Lee, 1949-1980 and undated, 29 t.l.s.


Box 7 Watson, Colin, Horncastle, U.K., To Frederic Dannay, 1966-1967, 3 t.l.s.


Box 7 Waugh, Hilary, Guilford, CT, To Frederic Dannay and Manfred B. Lee, 1968-1975, 7 t.l.s.


Box 7 Weiman, Barbara Owens, San Jose, CA, To Frederic Dannay, 25 March 1980, 1 t.l.s.


Box 7 Weir, Charlene M., El Cerrito, CA, To Frederic Dannay and Constance DiRienzo, 20 June 1967, 5 July 1967, 2 t.l.s.


Box 7 Wellen, Edward, New Rochelle, NY, To Eleanor Sullivan, 1971-1973, 1 a.l.s.; 4 t.l.s.


Box 7 Wellman, Manly Wade, 11/26/1961-1/23/1962

(With a signed contract for his story "The Richard Cory Murder Case")

Gift of Bruce Harris, 11 October 2020


Box 7 Westlake, Donald E. To Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, 13 Feb. 1963, 1 t.l.s.


Box 7 White, William, Detroit and unknown place, To Frederic Dannay, circa April 1949, 10 Nov. 1964, 1 t.l.s.; 1 a.n.s.


Box 7 Whitehall, Joseph, Topeka, KA and Trappe, MD, To Frederic Dannay, 1953-1956, 6 t.l.s.


Box 7 Wilde, Percival, New York and Sharon, CT, To Frederic Dannay and Lawrence E. Spivak, 1942-1951, 1 a.l.s.; 12 t.l.s.


Box 7 Wodehouse, P. G. To Frederic Dannay, circa June 1951, 1 t.l.s.


Box 7 Woolrich, Cornell, New York, To Frederic Dannay and Clayton Rawson, 1948-[1966] and undated, 15 a.l.s.; 2 t.l.s.; 1 a.p.c.s.


Box 7 Wylie, Philip, New York and Miami, FL, To Frederic Dannay, 30 Oct. 1944, 6 July 1951, 2 t.l.s.


Box 7 Wyndham, Martyn, Santa Monica, CA, To Frederic Dannay, 4 Sept. 1947, 23 Oct. 1947 and undated, 3 t.l.s.


Box 7 Yaffe, James To Frederic and Hilda Dannay, 1943-1971 and undated, 1 a.I.s.; 28 t.I.s.


Box 7 Yates, Donald A., East Lansing, Ml, To Frederic Dannay and Constance DiRienzo, 1957-1979 and undated, 12 a.I.s.; 14 t.I.s.; 1 a.n.s.; 1 t.p.c.s.


Box 7 Young, Alan K., Fairfax, CA, To Frederic Dannay and Eleanor Sullivan, 1967-1980, 28 t.I.s.


Subseries I.2: Manuscripts



Box 8 Allingham, Margery


Box 8 The Snapdragon and the C.I.D., undated, T.ms., 15p. n.p. (with title-page)


Box 8 Alphonsi, Petrus


Box 8 Mr. Aid-For-The-Needy, 1961, Printed story, 2p. n.p. (with handwritten introduction by Ellery Queen) Published in: Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine. (June, 1961) and in Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 8 Anderson, Frederick Irving


Box 8 Jim Crow, undated, T.ms., 15p. East Jamaica, VT (carbon)


Box 8 Anonymous


Box 8 The History of Bel and the History of Susanna, undated, Printed story, 5p. n.p. (with two one-page introductions by Ellery Queen) Published in: Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 8 Which is Heir?, 1949, Mimeograph of printed story, 3p. n.p. (with handwritten introduction by Ellery Queen) Published in: Ellery Queen's Mvsterv Magazine (May, 1949) and in Ellery Queen's Minimysteris: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 8 Austin, Margaret


Box 8 The Dopester and the A.B.T., 1962, T.ms., 18p. Bay Village, OH (with related a.n.; 2 related t.l.s.)


Box 8 Bailey, H. C.


Box 8 A Selection of Short Stories, circa 1967, T.ms., 138p. n.p. Note: List of contents: "Mr. Bowley's Sunday Evening;" "The Hopkins Romance;" "Dominque;" "Dolly and Dick;" "Mr. Winchester's Business;" ''On Scientific Principles;" "Politics and the Grocer," "The Duke of Simplicity"


Box 8 Ball, John


Box 8 The Ethnic Detective, undated, T.ms., 16p. n.p.


Box 8 Beliak, Leopold


Box 8 Contro the Switches, 1974, T.ms., 16p. Larchmont, NY (carbon outline; with related letter)


Box 8 Biggie, Lloyd Jr.


Box 8 William "Bill" Rastin...Baldheaded Octogenarian..., 1970, T.ms., 2p. Ypsilanti, MI (with related t.l.s.)


Box 8 Bleiler, Everett F.


Box 8 The Purpose and Sources of Edgar Allan Poe's "Thou Art the Man", undated, T.ms., 11p. Holliston, MA (carbon)


Box 8 Blochman, Lawrence G.


Box 8 Riviera Renegade, 1948, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and related t.l.s.)


Box 8 Boileau, Pierre


Box 8 Contre - Projet, undated, T.ms., 7p. Paris (carbon; with 2 page introduction)


Box 8 Les Fiancees, undated, T.ms., 23p. Paris


Box 8 Bolitho, Hector


Box 8 The Albatross, undated, T.ms., 11p. n.p. (carbon; with related t.l.s.)


Box 8 Borges, Jorge Luis


Box 8 Death and the Compass, undated, T.ms., 12p. n.p.


Box 8 Boucher, Anthony


Box 8 The Stripper, 1945, Printed story, 5p. n.p. (with notations; typed heading by Frederic Dannay; and an illustration on a separate slip of paper apparently intended for the anthology mentioned below) Published in: Twentieth Century Detective Stories (Cleveland, 1948), editied by Ellery Queen


Box 8 Bramah, Ernest


Box 8 The Coin of Dionysius, undated, Printed story, 9p. n.p. (with notations; typed heading by Frederic Dannay; and an illustration on a separate slip of paper appearently intended for the anthology mentioned below) Published in: Twentieth Century Detective Stories (Cleveland, 1948), edited by Ellery Queen


Box 8 Caldwell, Erskine


Box 8 Horse Thief, 1935, Printed story, 5p. n.p. (with handwritten introduction by Ellery Queen) Published in: Ellery Queen's Mvsterv Magazine (Nov. 1953) and in Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland. 19691


Box 8 Capek, Karel


Box 8 The Fortune Teller, 1931, Printed story, 4p. n.p. (with handwritten introduction by Ellery Queen) Published in: Ellery Queen's Mvsterv Magazine (June 1954) and in Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland. 1969)


Box 8 Carr, A. H. Z.


Box 8 What's in a Name?, undated, T.ms., 62p. n.p. (with title-page)


Box 8 Carr, John Dickson Cabin B-13, 1948, Printed story, 6p. n.p. (with notations; typed heading by Frederic Dannay; and an illustration on a separate slip of paper) Published in: Twentieth Century Detective Stories (Cleveland, 1948), edited by Ellery Queen


Box 8 Carrick, Gertrude


Box 8 Cub Scout Caper, 1958, Printed story, 4p. n.p. (with handwritten introduction by Ellery Queen; OT: "The Cub Scout Who Didn't") Published in: Ellery Queen's Mvsterv Magazine (October, 1958) and in Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 8 Carter, John


Box 8 Detective Studies from Wrong to Queen, 1942, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (with notations by Carter; 2 related letters)


Box 8 Cecil, Henry


Box 8 The System, 1951, T.ms., 8p. n.p.


Box 8 Chandler, Raymond


Box 8 Casual Notes on the Mystery Novel, 1949, T.ms., 12p. n.p. (carbon; in brown folder)


Box 8 Chandler on the Mystery Novel, 1939-1955, T.ms., 22p. n.p. (with title-page; in brown folder, revisions are not by Chandler)


Box 8 Chaucer, Geoffrey


Box 8 An excerpt from "The Pardoner's Tale" with an introduction by Ellery Queen, 1967, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 8 Chekhov, Anton


Box 8 The Malefactor, 1914, Printed story, 5p. n.p. (with handwritten introduction by Ellery Queen) Published in: Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (Aug 1948) and in Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 8 Chesterton, G. K.


Box 8 Vampire of the Village, 1939, Printed story, 2p. n.p. (newspaper clipping; with pencilled annotations by Frederic Dannay and accompanying illustration) Note: The first book appearance of the only "unknown" Father Brown story Published in: Twentieth Century Detective Stories (Cleveland, 1948) edited by Ellery Queen


Box 8 Christie, Agatha


Box 8 Death Comes as the End, undated, T.ms., 277p. London (carbon; in brown jacket with photograph of the author)



Box 9 The Double Clue, 1925, Printed story, 3p. n.p. (with notations by Frederic Dannay) Published in: Twentieth Century Detective Stories (Cleveland, 1948), edited by Ellery Queen


Box 9 The Harlequin Tea Set, undated, T.ms., 51p. Brooklyn, NY (mimeograph; with title-page; in black folder)


Box 9 The Perfect Maid, 1942, Printed story, 5p. n.p. (with notations by Frederic Dannay?) Published in: Twentieth Century Detective Stones (Cleveland, 1948), edited by Ellery Queen


Box 9 Cornier, Vincent


Box 9 The Four Kings of Israel, 8 Oct. 1950, T.ms.s, 21p. Yorkshire, England (carbon; with title-page; three pages of notes to Frederic Dannay; and cardboard backing)


Box 9 The Throat of Green Jasper, 1947, T.ms., 30. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and related t.l.)


Box 9 The Voice, 1947, T.ms.s., 10p. Yorkshire, U.K. (with title-page; related t.l.s.)


Box 9 Crane, Frances


Box 9 The Moonstone Club, undated, T.ms., 27p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; in blue folder)


Box 9 Dannay, Douglas


Box 9 And Fired the Shot Hear Round the World, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (with related letter; item; and envelope)


Box 9 Dannay, Frederic


Box 9 The Macquarries, undated, T.ms., 250p. n.p. (in black folder; unpublished novel; other tide: Sea Curios; the pseudonym Tom Cringle is printed on the title page)


Box 9 And On the Eighth Day Scrapbook, 1964, T.ms. & A.ms., 100p. n.p. (letters and reviews relating to the novel; in binder)


Box 9 [Contractual Notes], undated, A.ms., 1p. n.p. (notes for a contract with Doubleday on a proposed anthology)


Box 9 Ellery Queen's Minimysteries, 1968, T.ms., 28p. n.p. (author-title list; with one related item)


Box 9 Ellery Queen's Minimysteries, circa 1969, A.ms., 2p. n.p. (notes relating to "Minimysteries")


Box 9 Ellery Queen's Minimysteries, 1969, A.ms., 4p. n.p. (author-title list)


Box 9 [The Golden Summer], undated, T.ms., 3p. n.p. (with 4 pages of related notes; pages from various drafts of the novel) Note: Dannay wrote this manuscript under the pseudonym Daniel Nathan



Box 10 The Golden Summer, 1952, T.ms.s., 175p. Larchmont, NY (first draft; extensively revised; with contents page; dedication page; and related 5 page a.ms.) Note: Dannay wrote this manuscript under the pseudonym Daniel Nathan


Box 10 The Golden Summer, September 1952, T.ms.s., 243p. Larchmont, NY (with tide page; map; and 5 introductory pages) Note: Dannay wrote this manuscript under the pseudonym Daniel Nathan



Box 11 The Golden Summer, 1953, 1 v., ca. 220p. Boston: Little, Brown and Company (with autograph inscription; dummy containing pasted page prbofs) Note: The pseudonym Daniel Nathan is printed on the first page


Box 11 The Golden Summer, 1953, 1 volume, ca. 96p. n.p. (10 t.l.s.; 86 printed related correspondence and other items) Note: Letters are photocopies. The originals are cataloged separately. Dannay wrote The Golden Summer under the pseudonym Daniel Nathan


Box 11 A Group of Poems, undated, T.ms., 4p. Brooklyn, NY (with title-page; in blue folder)


Box 11 A Group of Poems, undated, T.ms., 5p. Brooklyn, NY (with title-page; in blue folder)



Box 12 The International Poll to Determine the Ten Best Living Mystery Writers, 1951, T.ms. & A.ms., 150p. n.p. (in binder, contains correspondence relating to the poll)


Box 12 [L. J. Beeston's Every Night About Half-Past Eight], undated, A.ms., 2p. London (written on paste down end paper and front end paper of the Published book.) Note: The contents list of the book is annotated by Dannay



Box 13 The Macquarries, undated, T.ms., 101p. Larchmont, NY (carbon; with two title-pages; and four page introduction)


Box 13 The Macquarries, undated, T.ms., 101p. Larchmont, NY (carbon; with two title-pages; 7 page introduction; and two related items)


Box 13 The Macquarries, undated, A.ms., 122p. Larchmont, NY (in small index box; unpublished novel; OT: "Sea Curios;" contains index cards and two pages of notes relating to nautical terms and themes)


Box 13 The Macquarries, undated, T.ms., 40p. Great Neck, NY (with title-page; in orange folder, 16 pages of related notes; unpublished novel; other title: "Sea Curios") Note: Dannay wrote this manuscript under the pseudonym Tom Cringle


Box 13 The Macquarries, undated, T.ms., 40p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; in black folder; unpublished novel; OT: "Sea Curios") Note: The pseudonym Tom Cringle is printed on the tide page


Box 13 The Macquarries, undated, T.ms., 4p. [Larchmont, NY] (with two title-pages; foreword)


Box 13 The Macquarries, undated, T.ms. and A.ms., 5p. Larchmont, NY (OT: "Sea Curios")


Box 13 The Macquarries, undated, T.ms., 79p. Larchmont, NY (with 3 related items; extensively revised; early draft)


Box 13 The Macquarries, undated, T.ms., 7p. [Larchmont, NY] (with 3 related items; brief fragment; extensively revised; unpublished novel; other title: "Sea Curios") Note: Dannay wrote this manuscript under the pseudonym Tom Cringle


Box 13 The Macquarries, undated, T.ms., 88p. [Larchmont, NY] (extensively revised, with title-page; 2 related items; unpublished novel; OT: "Sea Curios") Note: Dannay wrote this manuscript under the pseudonym Tom Cringle


Box 13 Nazi Cocktail, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (with title-page; unpublished)



Box 14 O Lost and Lonely Star, undated, T.ms., 250p. n.p. (unpublished poetry) Note: This manuscript was written under the pseudonym Daniel Nahum



Box 15 O Lost and Lonely Star, undated, T.ms., 150p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; notations; unpublished poetry) Note: The pseudonym Nahum Daniel is typed on the title page


Box 15 O Lost and Lonely Star, undated, T.ms., 75p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; 3 introductory pages; notations; unpublished poetry) Note: The pseudonym Nahum Daniel is typed on the title page


Box 15 O Lost and Lonely Star, undated, T.ms., 75p. n.p. (with title-page; and 3 introductory pages;
 unpublished poetry) Note: The pseudonym Daniel Nahum is typed on the title page


Box 15 Poetry, undated, T.ms., 11p. n.p.


Box 15 Poetry, undated, T.ms., 200p. n.p. (with autograph corrections)


Box 15 [Poetry], undated, A.ms. & T.ms., 60p. n.p.


Box 15 The Rainbow Man, undated, T.ms., 16p. Great Neck, NY (unpublished)


Box 15 Remarks on Poetry, undated, A.ms., 15p. n.p.


Box 15 Short Story Workshop, undated, A.ms., 2 vol. n.p. (class registers; with grades)


Box 15 Sunday Sailor, undated, T.ms., 1?p. [Great Neck, NY] (carbon; with title-page; unpublished)


Box 15 Sunday Sailor, undated, T.ms., 18p. [Great Neck, NY] (carbon; with title-page; unpublished)


Box 15 Sunday Sailor, undated, T.ms., 18p. [Great Neck, NY] (extensively revised; with title-page; in orange folder; unpublished)


Box 15 Sunday Sailor, 1952, T.ms., 15p. [Great Neck, NY] (with title-page; in orange folder)


Box 15 Sunday Sailor, 1952, T.ms., 17p. [Great Neck, NY] (with title-page; related letter, in orange folder)


Box 15 Three Poems, undated, T.ms., 3p. Brooklyn, NY (with title-page; in blue folder)


Box 15 Dannay, Frederic and Manfred B. Lee


Box 15 Mystery League Magazine, 1933, T.ms., 41p. n.p. (fragments) Note: This is a rare periodical which Dannay and Lee edited and produced. It ran for four issues: October, November and December 1933 and January 1934


Box 15 A Silver Anniversary Tribute to Ellery Queen, 1954, T.m.s., ca. 150p. n.p. (correspondence and booklet relating to the tribute; selected letters photocopied and originals cataloged separately)


Box 15 Davidson, Avram


Box 15 The Price of Blood, undated, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (incomplete; with corrections by Dannay)


Box 15 de la Torre, Lillian


Box 15 The Missing Shakespeare Manuscript, 1947, Printed story, 13p. n.p. (with notations; typed heading by Frederic Dannay; and an illustration on a separate slip of paper apparently intended for the anthology mentioned below) Published in: Twentieth Century Detective Stories (Cleveland, 1948), edited by Ellery Queen


Box 15 To the Gallows. Katharine Naim: A Sinister Play in One Act, undated, T.ms., 19p. n.p. (carbon; with title page; 3 introductory pages; in black folder)



Box 16 Dower, Yasuko


Box 16 Outlines of four Novels by Shizuko Natsuki, circa 1979, A.ms., 38p. Madison, WI (with 4 related letters) Note: Contents: "The Angel is Disappearing;" "Black and White Path;" "Rome Express Murder Case;" and "The Third Woman"


Box 16 Draper, Theodore The Traitor, undated, T.ms., 26p. n.p. (carbon; with related a.l.s. and envelope)


Box 16 Dunsany, Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett, 18th Baron


Box 16 For Ellery Queen, 19 Jan. 1954, A.ms.s., 1 p. Dunsany, [Ireland] Note: For the above see: Dunsany, Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett, 18th Baron, letter in cataloged correspondence


Box 16 Ellin, Stanley


Box 16 The Other Side of the Wall, 1950, T.ms., 15p. n.p. (carbon) Published in: Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (August, 1972)


Box 16 Robert, undated, T.ms., 25p. Brooklyn, NY (carbon; with related t.l.s.)


Box 16 The Soul of Ezechiele Coen, undated, T.ms., 34p. n.p. (with title-page; related t.l.s.)


Box 16 The Specialty of the House, 1948, T.ms., 33p. Brooklyn, NY (with 2 page introduction by Ellery Queen)


Box 16 Fairman, Paul W.


Box 16 The Watchful Eye, 1960, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (1 page introduction by Queen; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 16 Faulkner, William


Box 16 An Error in Chemistry, 1946, T.ms., 29p. Oxford, MS (revisions by Dannay; some revisions possibly in Faulkner's hand; with 2 page introduction by Ellery Queen)


Box 16 Forester, C. S.


Box 16 Some Kinds of Bad Luck, 1943, Printed story, 5p. n.p. (with notations; typed heading by Frederic Dannay; and an illustration on a separate slip of paper apparendy intended for the anthology mentioned below) Published in: Twentieth Century Detective Stories (Cleveland, 1948), edited by Ellery Queen


Box 16 That Old Computer, 1957, Printed story, 2p. n.p. (with handwritten introduction by Ellery Queen; OT: "The Last Answer") Published in: Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (Aug. 1958) and in Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 16 Dunsany, Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett, 18th Baron


Box 16 For Ellery Queen, 19 Jan. 1954, A.ms.s., 1 p. Dunsany, [Ireland] Note: For the above see: Dunsany, Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett,
18th Baron, letter in cataloged correspondence


Box 16 Ellin, Stanley


Box 16 The Other Side of the Wall, 1950, T.ms., 15p. n.p. (carbon) Published in: Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (August, 1972)


Box 16 Robert, undated, T.ms., 25p. Brooklyn, NY (carbon; with related t.l.s.)


Box 16 The Soul of Ezechiele Coen, undated, T.ms., 34p. n.p. (with title-page; related t.l.s.)


Box 16 The Specialty of the House, 1948, T.ms., 33p. Brooklyn, NY (with 2 page introduction by Ellery Queen)


Box 16 Fairman, Paul W.


Box 16 The Watchful Eye, 1960, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (1 page introduction by Queen; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 16 Faulkner, William


Box 16 An Error in Chemistry, 1946, T.ms., 29p. Oxford, MS (revisions by Dannay; some revisions possibly in Faulkner's hand; with 2 page introduction by Ellery Queen)


Box 16 Forester, C. S.


Box 16 Some Kinds of Bad Luck, 1943, Printed story, 5p. n.p. (with notations; typed heading by Frederic Dannay; and an illustration on a separate slip of paper apparendy intended for the anthology mentioned below) Published in: Twentieth Century Detective Stories (Cleveland, 1948), edited by Ellery Queen


Box 16 That Old Computer, 1957, Printed story, 2p. n.p. (with handwritten introduction by Ellery Queen; OT: "The Last Answer") Published in: Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (Aug. 1958) and in Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Cnme and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 16 Freeling, Nicolas


Box 16 Grosvenor Square, undated, T.ms., 3p. n.p. (carbon)


Box 16 Futrelle, Jacques


Box 16 The Taming of Luke, undated, T.ms., 21p. n.p. (carbon; with related a.l.s.)


Box 16 Golding, Louis


Box 16 It Happened in San Anton, undated, T.ms., 15p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 16 Gould, Edward S.


Box 16 The Manhattan Well Murder, undated, T.ms., 15p. n.p. (carbon)


Box 16 Graham, Janet


Box 16 Girl Alone, 1948, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and related t.l.s.)


Box 16 Halliday, Brett


Box 16 The Brother Death, undated, T.ms., 18p. n.p. (carbon; with related t.l.s.)


Box 16 Halsband, Robert


Box 16 Speaking of Books: Oliver Goldsmith, 1966, Printed story, 2p. n.p. (with notations by Frederic Dannay or Manfred B. Lee) Published in: The New York Times Book Review (October 30,1966) and relates to Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 16 Hammett, Dashiell


Box 16 Albert Pastor at Home, 1933, Printed story, 2p. n.p. (photocopy; with handwritten introduction by Ellery Queen) Published in: Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (Jan. 1948) and in Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 16 A Man Named Thin, 1925, T.ms., 21p. San Francisco (setting copy; with a 2 page introduction by Ellery Queen; revisions by Dannay; 23 related items; OT: "The Figure of incongruity") Published in: Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (March 1961)


Box 16 The Second-Story Angel, undated, T.ms., 15p. n.p. (revisions apparently in Hammett's hand; with 4 related letters)


Box 16 Tom. Dick or Harry, 1948, T.ms., 16p. n.p. (pencilled corrections and revisions by Frederic Dannay; OT: "Mike or Alec or Rufus") Published in: Twentieth Century Detective Stories (Cleveland, 1948), edited by Elleiy Queen


Box 16 Tom. Dick or Harry, 1948, T.ms., 22p. n.p. (with autograph inscription; OT: "Mike or Alec or Rufus") Published in: Twentieth Century Detective Stories (Cleveland, 1948), editied by Ellery Queen


Box 16 Harte, Bret


Box 16 The Stolen Cigar Case, 1933, Printed story, 6p. Bay Village, OH (with related a.n. possibly
by Dannay or Lee)


Box 16 Haycraft, Howard


Box 16 The Burgeoning Whodunit, 1946, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon; with 2 related t.l.s.)


Box 16 Hemingway, Ernest


Box 16 A Divine Gesture, 1922, T.ms., 2p. n.p. (carbon; with related item)


Box 16 Henry, O.


Box 16 The Confession of..., undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with accompanying t.l.s.; and related
printed story) Published in: The Rolling Stone (Oct. 1894) and in Ellery Queen's
Mystery Magazine (March 1972)


Box 16 Tictocq. The Great French Detective: or The Murder in Rue St. Bonjour, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon) Published in: Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (May, 1971) Herodotus


Box 16 The Treasure House of King Rhampsinitus, undated, Printed story, 5p. n.p. (with a handwritten introduction by Ellery Queen) Published in: Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 16 Hoch, Edward D. , William J. Clark, and Francis M. Nevins Jr. Edward D. Hoch


Box 16 A Checklist, 1975, T.ms., 17p. n.p. (with title-page)


Box 16 Hubin, Allen J.


Box 16 Patterns in Mystery Fiction: The Durable Series Character, undated, T.ms.s., 32p. n.p.


Box 16 Hurley, Jack J.


Box 16 The Captain Jeremy Cork Bicentennial Chronology: 1752-1776, 1974, T.ms., 5p. New York (with title-page; 4 related letters; and 5 related pages)


Box 16 Jesse, F. Tennyson Fairy Gold, 1949, T.ms., 21p. London (carbon; with related t.l.s.; and envelope)


Box 16 The Home Bird, 1947, T.ms., 16p. n.p. (with title-page; and related t.l.s.)


Box 16 Last Times, undated, T.ms., 28p. n.p. (with title-page; in folder)


Box 16 Jordan, Luis A.


Box 16 A View of Detective Fiction, 1968, T.ms., 72p. Evanston, IL (with related letter)


Box 16 A View of Detective Fiction, 1969, T.ms., 116p. Evanston, IL (with title-page; 4 page index; and related letter)


Box 16 Kantor, MacKinlay


Box 16 Rogue's Gallery, 1935, Printed story, 4p. n.p. (with handwritten introduction by Ellery Queen) Published in: Ellery Queen's Mystery Mapazine (May, 1945 and May, 1956) and in Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 16 King, C. Daly Lost Star, 1944, T.ms., 15p. Summit, NJ (with 1 page introduction by Ellery Queen)


Box 16 Kyne, Peter B.


Box 16 The Sheriff of Panamint, 1916, Printed story, 8p. n.p. (with a.n. by Dannay or Lee; related page; and t.l.s.)



Box 17 Lambert, Gerard B.


Box 17 Blackmail, 1957, T.ms., 20p. n.p. (carbon; with related t.l.s.)


Box 17 Leblanc, Maurice


Box 17 A Gentleman, 1947, Printed story, 3p. n.p. (with handwritten introduction by Ellery Queen) Published in: Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (May 1947) and in Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 17 Lee, Manford B.


Box 17 Wheels, undated, T.ms., 11p. n.p. (scenario; not an Ellery Queen work; perhaps from his college years)


Box 17 A Special Presentation for Frederic Dannay, 1960, Printed and typed items, 51p. n.p. (in black folder; clippings of reviews of Ellery Queen bools; publicity material; printed matter, periodical issues; tear sheets etc; off-prints; mimeographs of bode reviews)


Box 17 Lipsky, Eleazar


Box 17 Kiss of Death, 1946, T.ms., 112p. n.p. (with title-page; related item; in blue folder)


Box 17 The Criminal Mind, undated, T.ms., 24p. New York (carbon; with title-page)


Box 17 MacDonald, John D.


Box 17 Blurred View, 1964, Photocopy of a Printed story, 6p. n.p. (with handwritten introduction by Ellery Queen) Published in: Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 17 MacDonald, Philip


Box 17 Two Exploits of Harry the Hat, undated, Printed story, 15p. n.p. (with 2 page introduction by Ellery Queen; revisions by Dannay or Lee)


Box 17 Massey, Branch


Box 17 Portrait of an Author, undated, T.ms., 4p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 17 Mathieson, Theodore


Box 17 Will Shakespeare - Detective, 1958, T.ms., 27p. Chester, CA (with 2 related items)


Box 17 Maugham, W. Somerset


Box 17 The Dream, 1929, Printed story, 4p. n.p. (with handwritten introduction by Ellery Queen) Published in: Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (Jan. 1946) and in Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 17 Millar, Kenneth


Box 17 Find the Woman, 1946, T.ms., 35p. n.p. (with 2 page introduction by Ellery Queen)


Box 17 Miller, William


Box 17 Green Ink, undated, T.ms., 3p. n.p. (carbon; incomplete; with notations)


Box 17 Morland, Nigel


Box 17 Death Took a King, undated, T.ms., 18p. n.p.


Box 17 Narcejac, Thomas


Box 17 The Mystery of the Red Balloons, 1960, T.ms., 31p. New York (carbon; with related t.l.s.)


Box 17 Nevins, Francis M.


Box 17 Royal Bloodline: Ellery Queen. Author and Detective, 1970, T.ms.s., ca. 100p. n.p. (mostly carbon; with 8 a.n.s. to Frederic Dannay; with 6 related items; and 31 related letters)


Box 17 Royal Bloodline: Ellery Queen. Author and Detective, 1973, T.ms.s., 80p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page for the various sections; and 8 a.n.s. to Frederic Dannay)


Box 17 Norris, Charles G.


Box 17 Mr. Briggs Was Right, circa 1946, Printed story, 3p. n.p. (with handwritten introduction by Ellery Queen) Published in: EQMM (March 1946); Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969).


Box 17 Oakum, John


Box 17 Murder by Extraction, circa 1953, Printed story, 3p. n.p. (with title-page) Published in: EQMM (April, 1953); Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection


Box 17 Palmer, Stuart


Box 17 Murderee: A Miss Withers Mystery, undated, T.ms., 24p. n.p.


Box 17 The Weakest Link, undated, T.ms., 23p. n.p. (carbon; in green folder)


Box 17 Pentecost, Hugh


Box 17 The Devil in Him, undated, T.ms., 11p. n.p.


Box 17 Perowne, Barry


Box 17 Whom the Gods Love, undated, T.ms., 16p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Queen, Ellery



Box 18 The Adonis of Glasgow, 1964, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbons; with two title-pages)


Box 18 The Adonis of Glasgow, 1964, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon; with two title-pages) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964).


Box 18 The Adonis of Glasgow, 1964, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon on green paper, with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964).


Box 18 The Adonis of Glasgow, 1964, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon on yellow paper) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York. 1964)


Box 18 The Adonis of Glasgow, 1964, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964).


Box 18 The Adonis of Glasgow, 1964, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon on green paper; with two title-pages) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964).


Box 18 The Adonis of Glasgow, 1964, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon on yellow paper, with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964).


Box 18 The Adventure of Abraham Lincoln's Clue, 1968, T.ms., 20p. n.p. (carbon; with ms. corrections; second draft) Published in: EQMM and OED: Queens Experiments in Detection (NY, 1968)


Box 18 The Adventure of Abraham Lincoln's Clue, 1968, T.ms., 21p. n.p. (with ms. corrections; third draft) Published in: EOMM and QED: Queens Experiments jn Detection (NY, 1968)


Box 18 The Adventure of Abraham Lincoln's Clue, 1968, T.ms., 23p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; final draft) Published in: EOMM and QED: Queens Experiments in Detection (NY, 1968)


Box 18 The Adventure of Abraham Lincoln's Clue, 1968, T.ms., 25p. n.p. (with ms. corrections; first draft) Published in: EQMM and QED: Queens Experiments in Detection (NY, 1968)


Box 18 The Adventure of Bis to Cal, circa 1946, T.ms., 32p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 18 The Adventure of Ellery Queen - Criminal, circa 1946, T.ms., 37p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 18 The Adventure of the Bad Boy, circa 1939, T.ms., 45p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; in Curtis Brown wrappers)


Box 18 The Adventure of the Bald-Headed Ghost, circa 1942, T.ms., 34p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 18 The Adventure of the Black Syndicate, circa 1942, T.ms., 36p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 18 The Adventure of the Blue Curse, circa 1939, T.ms., 54p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; in Curtis Brown wrappers)


Box 18 The Adventure of the Boy Detectives: or The Great Nut Mystery, circa 1943, T.ms., 34p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 18 The Adventure of the Cellini Cup, circa 1939, T.ms., 60p. n.p. (with title-page; in Curtis Brown wrappers)


Box 18 The Adventure of the Clobbered Corpse, undated, T.ms., 18p. New York (with title-page; in literary agent folder)


Box 18 The Adventure of the Clue in C Major, circa 1945, T.ms., 30p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay s autograph corrections)


Box 18 The Adventure of the Dauphin's Doll, circa 1948, T.ms., 37p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Calendar of Crime (Boston, 1952)


Box 18 [The Adventure ofl the Dauphin's Doll, circa 1948, T.ms., 37p. n.p. (with introduction stapled to the back of first page) Published in: Calendar of Crime (Boston, 1952)


Box 18 The Adventure of the Dead Cat, 1946, Printed story, 14p. n.p. (with notations by Frederic Dannay or Manfred B. Lee; OT: "The Halloween Mystery") Published in: Calendar of Crime (Boston, 1952)


Box 18 The Adventure of the Disappearing, circa 1944, T.ms., 35p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 18 The Adventure of the Dog Fires, circa 1942, T.ms., 32p. n.p. (with title-page; note page)


Box 18 The Adventure of the Doomed Man, circa 1946, T.ms., 32p. n.p. (with title-page)


Box 18 The Adventure of the Double Triangle, circa 1943, T.ms., 33p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 18 The Adventure of the Fallen Angel, circa 1951, T.ms., 30p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Calendar of Crime (Boston, 1952)


Box 18 The Adventure of the Fallen Angel, circa 1951, T.ms., 30p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Calendar of Crime (Boston, 1952)


Box 18 The Adventure ef the Family Ghost, circa 1944, T.ms., 35p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 18 The Adventure of the Fat Man or The Lost Penny, circa 1945, T.ms., 27p. n.p. (title-page missing; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 18 The Adventure of the Four Murderers, circa 1943, T.ms., 32p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections; first 2 pages partially destroyed)



Box 19 The Adventure of the Gettysburg Bugle, 1951, T.ms., 26p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; OT: "As Simple as ABC") Note: Calendar of Crime (Boston, 1952)


Box 19 The Adventure of the Girl Who Couldn't Get Married, circa 1946, T.ms., 32p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 19 The Adventure of the Good Samaritan, circa 1943, T.ms., 30p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 19 The Adventure of the Green Hat, circa 1942, T.ms., 31p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 19 The Adventure of the Honeymoon House, circa 1943, T.ms., 33p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 19 The Adventure of the Hopeless Case, circa 1943, T.ms., 32p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 19 The Adventure of the Ides of Michael Magoon, 1947, Printed story, 17p. n.p. (with notations by Frederic Dannay or Manfred B. Lee; OT: "The Ides of Michael Magoon") Published in: Calendar of Crime (Boston, 1952)


Box 19 The Adventure of the Inner Circle, circa 1946, Printed story, 13p. n.p. (with notations; typed heading by Frederic Dannay; and an illustration on a separate slip of paper apparently intended for the 1948 anthology mentioned below; OT: "The Inner Circle") Published in: Twentieth Century Detective Stories (Cleveland, 1948) and Calender of Crime (Boston, 1952).


Box 19 The Adventure of the Inner Circle, 1946, T.ms., 25p. n.p. (with introduction; OT: "The Inner Circle") Published in: Twentieth Century Detective Stories (Cleveland, 1948) and Calender of Crime (Boston, 1952)


Box 19 The Adventure of the Inner Circle, 1947, Printed story, 14p. n.p. (OT: "The Inner Circle") Published in: Calendar of Crime (Boston, 1952) and Twentieth Century Detective Stories (Cleveland, 1948)


Box 19 The Adventure of the Invisible Clock, circa 1944, T.ms., 33p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 19 The Adventure of dig Invisible Footprints, circa 1943, T.ms., 31p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 19 The Adventure of the Living Corpse, circa 1942, T.ms., 33p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 19 The Adventure of the Living Dead, circa 1946, T.ms., 31p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 19 The Adventure of the Lost Hoard, circa 1946, T.ms., 31p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 19 The Adventure of dig Lost Treasure, circa 1939, T.ms., 59p. n.p. (with title-page; in Curtis Brown wrappers)


Box 19 The Adventure of the Man in the Taxi, circa 1942, T.ms., 30p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 19 The Adventure of the Man Who Could Double the Size of Diamonds, circa 1943, T.ms., 31p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 19 The Adventure of the Man Who Played Dead, circa 1943, T.ms., 33p. n.p. (with title-page; 1 Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 19 The Adventure of the Man Who Wanted to be Murdered, circa 1939, T.ms., 56p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 19 The Adventure of the Man with Two Faces, circa 1945, T.ms., 32p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 19 The Adventure of the March of Death, circa 1939, T.ms., 61p. n.p. Note: with title-page; in Curtis Brown wrappers


Box 19 The Adventure of the Medical Finger, 1951, T.ms., 25p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Calendar of Crime (Boston, 1952)


Box 19 The Adventure of the Mischief Maker, circa 1944, T.ms., 33p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 19 The Adventure of the Mother Goose Murders, circa 1939, T.ms., 58p. n.p. (with title-page; in Curtis Brown wrappers)


Box 19 The Adventure of the Mouse's Blood, circa 1943, T.ms., 30p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 19 The Adventure of the Mouse's Blood, circa 1943, T.ms., 31p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 19 The Adventures of the Mysterious Travelers, circa 1943, T.ms., 31p. n.p. (radio script; with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)



Box 20 The Adventure of the Needled Eye, 1951, T.ms., 34p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; two added pages, 3A and 13A) Published in: Calendar of Crime (Boston, 1952)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Old Witch, circa 1942, T.ms., 37p. n.p. (with title-page)


Box 20 The Adventure of the One-Penny Black, 1934, T.ms., 24p. n.p. (with Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Painted Problem, circa 1944, T.ms., 34p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Patient Murderer, circa 1942, T.ms., 40p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Poet's Triangle, circa 1942, T.ms., 31p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 20 The Adventure of the President's Half Disme, 1947, Printed story, 16p. n.p. (with notations by either Frederic Dannay or Manfred B. Lee; OT: "The President's Half Disme") Published in: Calendar of Crime (Boston, 1952)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Red and Green Boxes, circa 1942, T.ms., 27p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Robber of Fallboro, circa 1944, T.ms., 36p. n.p. (with title page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Scarecrow and the Snow Man, circa 1944, T.ms., 31p. n.p. (with title-page; autograph corrections by Dannay)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Servant Problem, circa 1942, T.ms., 37p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Stolen Rembrandt, circa 1943, T.ms., 32p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Superstitious Client, circa 1942, T.ms., 34p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Telltale Bottle, 1946, Printed story, 15p. n.p. (with notations by Frederic Dannay or Manfred B. Lee; OT; "The Thanksgiving Day Mystery") Published in: Calendar of Crime (Boston, 1952)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Terrified Man, circa 1945, T.ms., 33p. n.p. (title-page missing; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Thirteenth Que, circa 1939, T.ms., 51p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; in Curtis Brown wrappers)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Three Hands, circa 1945, T.ms., 34p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections; first 7 seven pages partially destroyed)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Three IOU's, circa 1942, T.ms., 33p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Three R's, circa 1939, T.ms., 59p. n.p. (with title-page; in Curtis Brown wrappers)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Three R's, 1946, Printed story, 16p. n.p. (with notations by Frederic Dannay or Manfred B. Lee; OT: "The Three R's") Published in: Calendar of Crime (Boston, 1952)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Three Scratches, circa 1939, T.ms., 53p. n.p. (carbon; with in Curtis Brown wrappers)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Time Of Death, circa 1945, T.ms., 31p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Unhappy New Year, circa 1947, T.ms., 39p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Unlucky Man, circa 1943, T.ms., 33p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Vanishing Magician, circa 1943, T.ms., 30p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Woman Who Died Several Times, circa 1946, T.ms., 31p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 20 The Adventure of the World Series Crime, circa 1943, T.ms., 30p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 20 The Adventure of the Yang Piece, circa 1944, T.ms., 31p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)



Box 21 The Affair of the Bleeding Heart, circa 1940, T.ms., 6p. n.p.


Box 21 African Love Story, 1964, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon on yellow paper) Note: A variation on this story titled "Moroccan Love Story" was Published in Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 21 African Love Story, 1964, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon on green paper; with title-page) Note: A variation on this story titled "Moroccan Love Story" was Published in Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 21 African Love Story, circa 1964, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Note: A variation on this story titled "Moroccan Love Story" was Published in Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 21 Akhoond. Akhoond. Who's Got the Akhoond?, undated, T.ms., 216p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 21 Akhound. Akhound. Who's Got the Akhound?, 1966, T.ms., 192p. n.p. (with title-page; extensively revised) Note: Part of the "Troubleshooter" series


Box 21 [Alice in Wonderland], undated, T.ms., 57p. n.p. (first few pages missing)



Box 22 And on the Eighth Day, 1963, Page proofs, 22p. n.p. (large sheets; second page proofs; with 3 dust jackets for the book)


Box 22 And on the Eighth Day, 1963, Printed galleys, 60p. n.p. (with ms. corrections; first galleys)


Box 22 And on the Eighth Day, 1963, Printed galleys, 60p. n.p. (with ms. corrections; second galleys)


Box 22 And on the Eighth Day, 1963, Page proofs, 61p. n.p. (in galley form; first page proofs)


Box 22 And on the Eighth Day, 1964, T.ms., 12p. n.p. (with a.ms.,18p; preliminary notes)


Box 22 And on the Eighth Day, 1964, T.ms., 150p. n.p. (with title-page; table of contents; numerous revised pages and ms. corrections; first draft)



Box 23 And on the Eighth Day, 1964, T.ms., 245p. n.p. (carbon; with 3 related letters; a revised chapter 111p.; corrections, 9p; copy of final draft)


Box 23 And on the Eighth Day, 1964, T.ms., 245p. n.p. (carbon; with 6 preliminary pages; ms. corrections; setting copy)


Box 23 And on the Eighth Day, 1964, T.ms., 245p. n.p. (with title-page; table of contents; final draft)


Box 23 And on the Eighth Day, 1964, T.ms., 245p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; table of contents; rejected first chaper, 17p; copy of final draft)


Box 23 And on the Eighth Day, 1964, T.ms., 72p. n.p. (carbon; second outline)


Box 23 And on the Eighth Day, 1964, T.ms., 81p. n.p. (with ms. corrections; first outline)


Box 23 Another Open Letter to the Reader, 1977, T.ms., 4p. Larchmont, NY (with Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 23 Another Open Letter to the Reader, 1977, T.ms., 4p. Larchmont, NY (with related letter)


Box 23 Another Open Letter to the Reader, 1977, A.ms., 5p. Larchmont, NY (with draft in Dannay's hand)


Box 23 As Simple as ABC, 1952, T.ms., 26p. n.p. (OT: "The Adventure of the Gettysburg Bugle")


Box 23 The Beautiful Lady of El Puerto, 1964, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon on green paper) Note: This story appeared with revisions in the publications mention below Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964) and the "American Weekly" (ca. 1961)


Box 23 The Beautiful Lady of El Puerto, 1964, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and one related item) Note: This story appeared with revisions in the publications mention below and in the "American Weekly" (ca. 1961)


Box 23 [Biographies of Japanese Authors], 1933, A.ms., 28p. n.p. (with related letter)



Box 24 [The Black Hearts Murder], 1970, T.ms., 192p. n.p. (extensively revised; with title-page) Note: Part of the "Troubleshooter" series


Box 24 [The Black Hearts Murder], 1970, T.ms., 242p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Note: Part of the "Troubleshooter" series


Box 24 The Black Velvet Murder, circa 1964, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 24 The Black Velvet Murder, circa 1964, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon on pink paper; with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 24 The Blue Movie Murders, 1971, T.ms., 192p. Rochester, NY (carbon; with title-page; and with related t.l.) Note: This novel was ghost-written by Edward D. Hoch


Box 24 The Blue Movie Murders, 1972, T.ms., 189p. Rochester, NY (carbon; with title-page; with revisions and editorial notes by Frederic Dannay and Edward D. Hoch) Note: This novel was ghost-written by Edward D. Hoch


Box 24 The Body in the Bathtub, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection



Box 25 Bride in Danger, 1955, T.ms., 24p. n.p. (with instructions to the printer; two page introduction)


Box 25 [The Broken T], circa 1963, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (with ms. corrections; first draft; story here entitled "T... as in EAT")


Box 25 [The Broken T], 8 June 1963, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon; with title page; final draft; story here entitled "T... as in EAT")


Box 25 The Butcher of Buenos Aires, 1964, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon on pink paper, with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 25 The Butcher of Buenos Aires, 1964, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon on yellow paper; with title-page)


Box 25 [Calamity Town], 1942, T.ms., 192p. n.p. (extensively revised; includes only pages 191 through 383 corresponding to pages 112 - 236 of the Penguin edition)


Box 25 Calcutta: The Curse of Kali, circa 1964, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon on green paper) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)and the "American Weekly" (ca. 1961)


Box 25 Calcutta: The Curse of Kali, 1954, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and one related item) 1964) and the "American Weekly" (ca. 1961)


Box 25 Calendar of Crime, circa 1952, A.ms., 4p. n.p. (preliminary leaves)


Box 25 The Campus Murders, 1966, T.ms., 304p. n.p. (extensively revised; with title-page) Note: Part of the "Troubleshooter" series



Box 26 The Campus Murders, 1969, T.ms., 249p. n.p. (with minor revisions; annotations concerning typesetting, etc.) Note: Part of the "Troubleshooter" series


Box 26 The Campus Murders, 1969, T.ms., 249p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and 1 page introduction)


Box 26 The Case Against Carroll, undated, T.ms., 66p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; light corrections) Published in: Queen's Full (New York, 1965)


Box 26 The Case Against Carroll, circa 1965, T.ms., 71p. n.p. (with Dannay's ms. corrections)


Box 26 The Case of the 18.000 Suspects, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 26 The Case of the Black Hearts, circa 1970, T.ms., 242p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and 1 page of corrections) Note: Part of the "Troubleshooters" series


Box 26 The Case of the Crooked Croupier, circa 1964, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon on pink paper; with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 26 The Case of the Three Black Hairs, circa 1958, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; one related letter) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection



Box 27 Cat of Many Tails, circa 1949, T.ms., 250p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; one related item; copy of first draft)


Box 27 Cat of Many Tails, circa 1949, T.ms., 250p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; copy of first draft)


Box 27 Cat of Many Tails, circa 1949, T.ms., 250p. n.p. (with title-page; first draft)


Box 27 Cat of Many Tails, circa 1949, T.ms., 376p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page, notes to publisher and editor 3p;note on names 2p.; copy of setting copy;)



Box 27A Cat of Many Tails, circa 1949, T.ms., 376p. n.p. (with title-page, preliminary pages 5p.; note on names 2p.; setting copy)


Box 27A Cat of Many Tails, circa 1949, T.ms., 376p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page, notes to publisher and editor 3p.;note on names 2p.; copy of setting copy)



Box 28 Cat of Many Tails, circa 1949, T.ms., 481p. n.p. (carbon; with note to editor 1p.; 2 title-pages; table of contents; note on names 1p.; directory 2p.; copy of second draft)


Box 28 Cat of Many Tails, circa 1949, T.ms., 481p. n.p. (with 2 title-pages; table of contents; note on names 1p.; directory 2p.; second draft)



Box 27A Cat of Many Tails, circa 1949, T.ms., 481p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page, note on names 1p.; directory 2p.; copy of second draft)



Box 28 Cat of Many Tails, circa 1949, T.ms., 65p. n.p. (with ms. corrections; notes 6p.; first outline)


Box 28 Cat of Many Tails, circa 1949, T.ms., 75p. n.p. (with ms. corrections; one carbon copy; second outline)


Box 28 Cat of Many Tails, May 1949, T.ms., 12p. Dover, NJ (fragments; with related letter; apparently ghost-written by Stanley Salmen)


Box 28 The Child Murders, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 28 The Clue of the Foxtail Grass, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page;) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 28 The Clue of the Foxtail Grass, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 28 The Clue of the Obscene Word, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 28 The Clue of the Obscene Word, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 28 [Cold Money], circa 1956, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon on pink paper; with title-page; OT: "Open File Dept: Cold Money")


Box 28 The Comic-Strip Killing, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection



Box 29 Cop Out, circa 1969, T.ms., 226p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; 3 introductory pages; copy of setting copy; final draft)


Box 29 Cop Out, circa 1969, T.ms., 227p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; contents page; 2 introductory pages; some annotations; and 3 related items)


Box 29 Cop Out, circa 1969, T.ms., 227p. n.p. (extensively revised; with 2 title-pages; introductory page; and a.n. on cardboard backing)


Box 29 Cop Out, circa 1969, T.ms., 232p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and 3 introductory pages)


Box 29 Cop Out, circa 1969, T.ms., 232p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; 3 introductory pages; final revised draft)


Box 29 Cop Out, circa 1969, T.ms., 23p. n.p. (outline; with 2 related items; 3 page character description; extensively revised ; the note marked "A" is apparently an insertion intended for page 6.)


Box 29 CopOut, circa 1969, T.ms., 30p. n.p. (carbon outline; with title-page; 3 page character description)


Box 29 Cop Out, circa 1969, T.ms., 48p. n.p. (outline; with title-page; contents page; annotated)


Box 29 [Cop Out], circa 1969, T.ms., 48p. n.p. (carbon outline; with title-page; and contents page)



Box 30 The Crime Agent, circa 1940, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and related item)


Box 30 Crime Syndicate Payoff, circa 1966, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; final draft) Published in: OED: Queen's Experiments in Detection (NY, 1968)


Box 30 Crime Syndicate Payoff, circa 1966, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (on green paper with ms. corrections; first draft) Published in: OED: Queen's Experiments m Detection (NY, 1968)


Box 30 Crime Wave, Balkan Style, circa 1964, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon on yellow and pink paper) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 30 Crime Wave. Balkan Sale, circa 1964, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon on green paper) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: Act of God, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: American Tragedy, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: Boy Gets Girl, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: End of a Pinup Boy, undated, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon; with title-pace; marked "replacement")


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: Love at Second Sight, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: Singapore Love Story, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Amazing Mr. Caproni, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Case of the Three Murdering Women, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Case of the Three Murdering Women, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; "revised")


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Diabolical Lovers, undated, T.ms., 4p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Diabolical Lovers, undated, T.ms., 4p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; first version)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Diabolical Lovers, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; "revised")


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Diabolical Lovers, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; "revised")


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Girl Who Had Never Been Kissed, undated, T.ms., 4p. n.p. (clean carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Girl Who Had Never Been Kissed, undated, T.ms., 4p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Girl Who Went Too Far, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Great Lover of Quebec, undated, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and 2 revised pages)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Great Lover of Quebec, undated, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Great Trunk Mystery, undated, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Great Trunk Mystery, undated, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Housewife and the Truckman, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Ideal Husband, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Killing of Tom Parker, undated, T.ms., 11p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Killing of Tom Parker, undated, T.ms., 11p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Life and Loves of Hattie Hales, undated, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Love Quest of Nannie Doss, undated, T.ms., 4p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Love-Mad Bomber, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; slash mark on title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Love-Mad Bomber, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; "revised")


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Love-Mad Bomber, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; "revised")


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Sin of Catherine Soffel, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Strange Case of the Mad Sculpter, undated, T.ms., 14p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Tragedy on Karos Island, undated, T.ms., 4p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The "Traitor's" Wife, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Wife Who Wouldn't Let Go, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Woman Who Wanted to Hang, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Woman Who Wanted to Hang, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; "revised")


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: The Woman Who Wanted to Hang, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; marked on title-page; "revised")


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: Whose Fault Was It?, undated, T.ms., 15p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: Whose Fault Was It?, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 Crimes of Passion: Women Past 40 Can Be Dangerous, undated, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 30 The Crooked Road, undated, T.ms., 215p. n.p. (extensively revised; with title-page) Note: Part of the "Troubleshooter" series



Box 31 The Crooked Road, undated, T.ms., 221p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 31 The Dallas Reign of Terror, undated, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon on yellow paper; with title-page)


Box 31 The Dallas Reign of Terror, undated, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and one related item)


Box 31 Dead Ringer, circa 1966, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; final draft.) Published in: EQMM and QED: Queen's Experiments in Detection (NY, 1968)


Box 31 Dead Ringer, circa 1966, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; signed note from Scott Meredith to Manfred B. Lee) Published in: EOMM and OED: Queen's Experiments in Detection (NY. 1968)


Box 31 Dead Ringer, circa 1966, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (with ms. corrections; first draft) Note: EOMM and OED: Queen's Experiments in Detection (NY, 1968)


Box 31 Death Among, 1954, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and one related item) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)and the "American Weekly" (ca. 1961)


Box 31 Death Among the Aborigines, circa 1964, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon on green paper) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)and the "American Weekly" (ca. 1961)


Box 31 Death in Manila, circa 1964, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon on yellow paper; with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 31 Death in Manila, circa 1964, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon on green paper; with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 31 The Death of Don Juan, undated, T.ms., 74p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 31 The Death of Don Juan, 1961, T.ms., 12p. n.p. (outline; with ms. corrections)


Box 31 The Death of Don Juan, circa 1961, T.ms., 78p. n.p. (first draft)


Box 31 The Death of Don Juan, 13 Sept. 1961, T.ms., 82p. n.p. (with ms. corrections; second draft)


Box 31 The Death of Don Juan, circa 1964, T.ms., 74p. n.p. (carbon on blue paper, with title-page; and title-page for each of its three "acts")


Box 31 Death Watch, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 31 The Detective and the Red Herring, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 31 The Detective and the Red Herring, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection



Box 32 Diagram A for Calendar of Crime, circa 1952, T.ms., 1p. n.p. (with related notes) Published in: Calendar of Crime, Boston, 1952


Box 32 Diamonds in Paradise, circa 1965, T.ms., 10p. n.p. (carbon; final draft)


Box 32 Diamonds in Paradise, circa 1965, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (with title-page; ms. corrections; second draft)


Box 32 Diamonds in Paradise, 1965, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon; with ms. corrections; first draft)


Box 32 [The Door Between], circa 1937, T.ms., 274p. [New York] (carbon; with a few handwritten corrections; manuscript here entitled "The Bolted Door")


Box 32 Double. Double, circa 1950, T.ms., 286p. n.p. (carbon; some ms. corrections; missing 30 pages; "file copy")


Box 32 Double. Double, circa 1950, T.ms., 316p. n.p. (carbon; with Dannay's ms. corrections; "file copy"; setting copy)


Box 32 Double. Double, circa 1950, T.ms., 316p. n.p. (carbon; with ms. corrections; instructions to printer, setting copy)


Box 32 Double. Double, circa 1950, T.ms., 84p. n.p. (outline; with title page; and ms corrections)


Box 32 [Draft of an Outline of The Scarlet Letters], circa 1953, T.ms., 52p. n.p. (with title-page; contents page; and 4 related items) Note: One of the related items is Carl Maas' How to Know and Enjoy New York. This copy contains notations by Frederic Dannay. Dannay apparently used this as a source book for the novel.



Box 33 [Draft of Sample Permissions Letter for Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection], circa 1969, A.l., 1p. n.p. (with two related items) Published in: Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 2Q Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 33 [Draft of the Introduction to Stuart Palmer's and Craig Rice's People vs. Withers and Malone], circa 1963, A.ms., 10p. n.p.


Box 33 [Draft of the "Mintroduction" and table of contents for Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection], circa 1969, A.ms., 7p. n.p. (with one related item) Published in: Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection! (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 33 [Draft of the "Mintroduction" to Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70, circa 1969, A.ms., 3p. n.p. (initialed by Ellery Queen) Published in: Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection! (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 33 Driver's Seat, circa 1955, T.ms., 4p. n.p. (carbon; OT: "Murder Department") Published in: Queen's Bureau of Inverati pation (Boston, 1955)


Box 33 [Early Outline of The Glass Village], circa 1954, T.ms., 70p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; map; and related note)


Box 33 Ellery Queen Production no. 3, 9 Dec. 1940, T.ms., 44p. n.p. (carbon outline; with title-page; 4 page character description) Note: Released by Columbia Pictures as Ellery Queen and the Perfect Crime (1941). Based on the Ellery Queen book, The Devil to Pay (New York, 1942)


Box 33 Ellery Queen Selects...the 15 Greatest Mystery Books, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 33 Ellery Queen's Dozen Japanese Literary Mysteries, circa 1977, T.ms., 39p. Larchmont, NY (carbon; with title-page; contents page; "selected and with introduction by Ellery Queen")


Box 33 Ellery Queen's Hospital Mystery, 2 May 1941, T.ms., 43p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Note: One of the 7 Ellery Queen movies produced by Columbia Picture from 1940-1942. Not based on a Queen story.


Box 33 Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice, circa 1967, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (Includes title-page; list of authors; table of contents) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 33 Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice, circa 1967, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (Includes title-page; list of authors; table of contents) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 33 The Emperor's Dice, circa 1951, T.ms., 20p. n.p. (OT: "The Adventure of the Emperor's Dice") Published in: Calendar of Crime (Boston, 1952)


Box 33 The Emperor's Dice, circa 1951, T.ms., 20p. Roxbury, Connecticut (carbon; with title-page; OT: "The Adventure of the Emperor's Dice") Published in: Calendar of Crime (Boston. 1952)


Box 33 The Emperor's Picei, 1951, T.ms., 20p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; OT: "The Adventure of the Emperor's Dice") Published in: Calendar of Crime fBoston. 1952)


Box 33 E=Murder, circa 1960, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and Dannay's ms. corrections)


Box 33 E=Murder, 1961, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 33 E=Murder, 1961, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 33 The Eve of the Wedding, 9 June 1953, T.ms., 24p. n.p. (with ms. corrections) Published in: OED: Queen's Experiments in Detection (New York, 1968)



Box 34 Face to Face, circa 1967, T.ms., 23 lp. n.p. (carbon; with light corrections; and with related a.n. on cardboard backing)


Box 34 Face to Face, 1967, T.ms., 231p. n.p. (with title page)


Box 34 Face to Face, circa 1967, T.ms., 275p. n.p. (with 4 title-pages; 2 contents pages; 8 introductory pages; and editorial notes to printer)


Box 34 Face to Face, circa 1967, T.ms., 278p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; contents page; and Dannay's initials on a green sheet of paper)


Box 34 Face to Face, circa 1967, T.ms., 278p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and contents page)


Box 34 [Face to Face], circa 1967, T.ms., 48p. n.p. (carbon outline; with title-page; and 6 introductory pages)


Box 34 [Face to Face], circa 1967, T.ms., 48p. n.p. (outline; with title-page; contents page; and 6 introductory pages)


Box 34 [Face to Face], circa 1967, T.ms., 52p. n.p. (carbon outline; with title-page; contents page; and 6 introductory pages)


Box 34 [Face to Face], circa 1967, T.ms., 52p. n.p. (outline; with title-page; contents page; and 6 introductory pages)


Box 34 Face to Face, circa 1967, T.ms., 60p. n.p. (carbon; fourth outline)


Box 34 [Face to Face], circa 1967, T.ms., 65p. n.p. (outline; corrections; with title-page; and 2 related items)



Box 35 [The Fat Man], circa 1940, T.ms., 30p. n.p. (outline for a novel that was apparently never written)


Box 35 The Fatal Charmer of Los Angeles, undated, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon on blue paper, with title-page)


Box 35 The Fatal Charmer of Los Angeles, undated, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 35 The Fatal Charmer of Los Angeles, circa 1953, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and one related item)


Box 35 A Fine and Private Place, 1969, T.ms., 54p. n.p. (carbon outline; with title-page; contents page; introductory page; and related a.n. on cardboard backing)


Box 35 A Fine and Private Place, circa 1970, A.ms., 15p. n.p. (outline; with title-page; 3 introductory pages; and 3 related items)



Box 36 A Fine and Private Place, circa 1970, T.ms., 241p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; contents page; and 3 introductory pages)


Box 36 A Fine and Private Place, circa 1970, T.ms., 254p. n.p. (with title-page; 6 page introduction; and afterword)


Box 36 A Fine and Private Place, circa 1970, A.ms., 34p. n.p.


Box 36 A Fine and Private Place, circa 1970, T.ms., 50p. n.p. (carbon outline; with title-page; contents; introductory pages; and related item)


Box 36 A Fine and Private Place, circa 1970, T.ms., 51p. n.p. (outline; with corrections; title-page; contents; introductory page; and 3 related items)


Box 36 A Fine and Private Place, circa 1970, T.ms.s., 66p. n.p. (author's set; with corrections by Manfred B. Lee)


Box 36 A Fine and Private Place, circa 1971, T.ms., 241p. n.p. (with title-page; contents page; and 2 introductory pages) Note: Manfred B. Lee's original manuscript


Box 36 A Fine and Private Place, circa 1971, T.ms., 254p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; contents page; and 2 introductory pages)


Box 36 A Fine and Private Place, circa 1971, T.ms., 524p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; contents page; and 2 introductory pages) Note: Frederic Dannay's file copy of the final manuscript



Box 37 The Finishing Stroke, circa 1958, A.ms., 10p. n.p. (preliminary notes)


Box 37 The Finishing Stroke, circa 1958, T.ms., 264p. n.p. (with Dannay's ms. corrections; first draft)


Box 37 The Finishing Stroke, circa 1958, T.ms., 312p. n.p. (with 10 preliminary pages; Dannay's ms. corrections; final draft)



Box 38 The Finishing Stroke, circa 1958, T.ms., 315p. n.p. (carbon; final draft 1 of 3)


Box 38 The Finishing Stroke, circa 1958, T.ms., 315p. n.p. (carbon; final draft 2 of 3)


Box 38 The Finishing Stroke, circa 1958, T.ms., 315p. n.p. (carbon; final draft 3 of 3)


Box 38 The Finishing Stroke, circa 1958, T.ms., 60p. n.p. (first outline; with preliminaries 3p.; related notes 9p.)


Box 38 The Finishing Stroke, circa 1958, T.ms., 91p. n.p. (second outline; with title-page; 5 related pages; and Dannay's ms. corrections)


Box 38 The Finishing Stroke, circa 1958, T.ms., 91p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; 5 related pages; second outline)



Box 39 [First Draft of The Glass Village], circa 1954, T.ms., 247p. n.p. (with map; related note by Frederic Dannay)


Box 39 [First Ending of Double Your Money], circa 1951, T.ms., 4p. n.p. (carbon; OT: "The Vanishing Wizard") Note: Fragment of the story "Double Your Money" or "The Vanishing Wizard" which appeared Sept., 30,1951 Published in: OBI: Queen's Bureau of Investigation (Boston,1955)


Box 39 Foreword to Ellery Queen's Annual, undated, T.ms., 4p. n.p. (with title-page; contents pages; and afterword)


Box 39 [Foreword to Stanley Ellin's Mystery Stories], May 1955, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (with related t.l.s.)


Box 39 [Foreword to Stanley Ellin's Mystery Stories], May 1955, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (with related item)


Box 39 Foreword to To the Queen's Taste, circa 1946, T.ms., 11p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; three pages of contents; afterword; and 6 related letters) Published in: To the Queen's Taste: The First Supplement to 101 Year's Entertainment. Consisting of the Best Stories Published in the First Five Years of Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (Boston, 1946)


Box 39 The Fourth Side of the Triangle, circa 1965, T.ms., 194p. n.p. (with one related letter, first draft)


Box 39 The Fourth Side of the Triangle, circa 1965, T.ms., 260p. n.p. (carbon; with two related letters; final draft)


Box 39 The Fourth Side of the Triangle, circa 1965, T.ms., 268p. n.p. (with ms. corrections; second draft)



Box 40 The Fourth Side of the Triangle, circa 1965, T.ms., 68p. n.p. (with title-page; table of contents 1p.; one related letter 2p.; second outline)


Box 40 The Fourth Side of the Triangle, circa 1965, T.ms., 68p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; table of contents 1p.; second outline)


Box 40 The Fourth Side of the Triangle, circa 1965, T.ms., 75p. n.p. (with ms. corrections; first outline)


Box 40 [Fragment of Queen's Quorum], circa 1948, T.ms., 14p. n.p. (carbon)


Box 40 The French Powder Mystery, circa 1930, T.ms., 17p. n.p. (outline; with Dannay's autograph corrections) Note: This is all that survives of Queen's second novel


Box 40 The Gambler's Club, circa 1951, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (OT: "Racket Dept.") Published in: "This Week" (Jan. 7 1951)


Box 40 The Gambler's Club, circa 1951, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon; OT: "Racket Dept.") Published in: "This Week" (Jan. 7 1951) and the collection of short


Box 40 The Gambler's Club, 1951, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon; OT: "Racket Dept") Published in: "This Week" (Jan. 7 1951) and the collection of short stories OBI: Queen's Bureau of Investigation (Boston, 1955)


Box 40 [The Gettyburg Bugle], circa 1952, T.ms., 26p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; OT: "The Old Men" and "As Simple as ABC")


Box 40 [Outline for early version of The Glass Village], circa 1954, T.ms., 73p. n.p. (with title-page; map; and related note)


Box 40 [G.I. Story], circa 1954, T.ms., 10p. n.p. (with related item)


Box 40 Girl Hunt, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection.


Box 40 The Glass Village, circa 1954, T.ms., 247p. n.p. (with Dannay's ms. corrections; first draft)


Box 40 The Glass Village, circa 1954, T.ms., 277p. n.p. (carbon; 6 revised pages at end of ms.; setting copy;)


Box 40 The Glass Village, circa 1954, T.ms., 277p. n.p. (with title-page; three additional preliminary pages; some ms. corrections; setting copy;)



Box 41 The Great Adventurer, undated, T.ms., 20p. n.p. (carbon; with title page)


Box 41 The Great Adventurer, undated, T.ms., 20p. n.p.


Box 41 The Great Colorado Manhunt, undated, T.ms., 27p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 41 The Green Turtle Mystery, 1944, T.ms., 158p. New York Note: Although Published as if by Ellery Queen, this novel was actually ghost-written by Samuel Duff McCoy. It was, however, edited by Frederic Dannay


Box 41 Half a Clue, 23 June 1963, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (with ms. corrections; first draft.)


Box 41 Half a Clue, 29 June 1963, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; ms. corrections; second draft.)


Box 41 Half a Clue, circa July 1963, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; final draft)


Box 41 Hollywood's Greatest Murder Mystery, undated, T.ms., 13p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; five pages on green paper)


Box 41 Hollywood's Greatest Murder Mystery, 6 July 1952, T.ms., 13p. n.p. (carbon on pink paper except for last page which is blue; with blue title page)


Box 41 The Honest Swindler, circa 1967, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (with title-page)


Box 41 The Honest Swindler, circa 1967, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (on pink paper; with an insertion between pages 1 and 2)


Box 41 The House of Brass, circa 1968, T.ms., 181p. n.p. (with light corrections) Note: This is Avram Davidson's version of the novel which is unpublished.


Box 41 The House of Brass, circa 1968, T.ms., 266p. n.p. (with title-page; contents; and introduction)


Box 41 The House of Brass, circa 1968, T.ms., 266p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; some revisions; and revised versions of pages 165-169)


Box 41 The House of Brass, circa 1968, T.ms., 275p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; contents; and introduction)



Box 42 The House of Brass, circa 1968, T.ms., 61p. n.p. (carbon outline; with title-page; and 4 page introduction)


Box 42 The House of Brass, circa 1968, T.ms., 63p. n.p. (carbon outline; with title-page; contents)


Box 42 The House of Brass, circa 1968, T.ms., 74p. n.p. (with title-page; introduction; extensively revised; related item; outline)


Box 42 How Goes the Minder?, circa 1967, T.ms., 192p. n.p. (draft; with title-page; extensive revisions)


Box 42 How Goes the Murder?, circa 1967, T.ms., 235p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 42 How to Solve a Murder in One Easy Lesson, undated, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon on yellow paper, with title-page)


Box 42 How to Solve a Murder in One Easy Lesson, undated, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and related item)


Box 42 The Human Weapon, circa 1948, T.ms., 38p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 42 The Hunt for the Phantom Gunman, undated, T.ms., 10p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection



Box 43 The Ides of Michael Magoon, circa 1947, T.ms., 31p. n.p. (with introduction) Published in: Calendar of Crime. (Boston, 1952)


Box 43 [Inspector Queen's Own Case], circa 1955, T.ms., 352p. n.p. (annotated revisions; final page is missing; ca. 50 pages of this draft does not appear in the final draft)


Box 43 [Inspector Queen's Own Case], circa 1956, T.ms., 110p. n.p. (carbon; with related a.n.; pages culled from the original manuscript)


Box 43 [Inspector Queen's Own Case], circa 1956, T.ms., 307p. n.p. (carbon; with 3 title-pages; and 3 page introduction)


Box 43 [Inspector Queen's Own Case], circa 1956, T.ms., 307p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; 4 introductory pages; and related page)



Box 44 [Introduction and Afterword tol Cornell Woolrich's Mr. Spanish to the Rescue, undated, T.ms., 1p. n.p. (with printed copy of the story annotated by Dannay or Lee)


Box 44 [Introduction and L'Envoi to Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice], circa 1967, A.ms., 5p. n.p. (drafts of an "Introduction and L'envoi") Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 Introduction and Postscript to Edgar Allan Poe's "The Man in the Crowd", circa 1967, T.ms., 4p. New York Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 Introduction and Postscript to Edgar Allan Poe's "The Man in the Crowd", 1967, T.ms., 5p. New York (carbon) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 Introduction and Postscript to Edgar Allan Poe's "The Man in the Crowd", 1967, A.ms., 6p. New York (includes a small note pertaining to publication) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction and postscript to Walt Whitman's "One Wicked Impulse", 1967, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction and postscript to Walt Whitman's "One Wicked Impulse", 1967, T.ms., 5p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction and Preliminary Leaves to Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection], circa 1969, T.ms., 11p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 44 [Introduction and Preliminary Leaves to Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection], circa 1969, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon) Published in: Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection! (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 44 Introduction: The Importance of Being Earnest: or The Survival of the Finest, circa 1970, T.ms., 24p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and related item; "Dick Tracy anthology")


Box 44 Introduction: The Importance of Being Earnest: or The Survival of the Finest, circa 1970, T.ms., 35p. n.p. (with 6 related items; "Dick Tracy anthology")


Box 44 Introduction to ?, undated, a.ms.s, 2p. n.p. (with 12 pages of related notes)


Box 44 Introduction to A Man Named Thin and Other Stories, circa 1962, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (with 6 related items)


Box 44 Introduction to an except from Geoffry Chaucer's "The Pardoner's Tale", circa 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Byron's "Darvell" with a postscript], circa 1967, T.ms., 4p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Bvron's "Darvell" with a postscript], 1967, T.ms., 4p. n.p. (carbon) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Conrad Aiken's "Smith and Jones"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Conrad Aiken's "Smith and Jones"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Dylan Thomas' "The Old Woman Upstairs"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Dylan Thomas' "The Old Woman Upstairs"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Edna St. Vincent Millay's "The Murder in the Fishing Cat"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Edna St. Vincent Millay's "The Murder in the Fishing Cat"], 1967, T.ms., 3p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Ellery Queen's Mystery Bag?], 20 Oct. 1971, T.ms., 6p. Larchmont, NY (mimeograph; some corrections)


Box 44 [Introduction to Ellery Queen's Mystery Bag?], 20 Oct. 1971, T.ms., 6p. Larchmont, NY


Box 44 [Introduction to Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice], circa 1967, T.ms., 1p. n.p. (draft) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice], 1967, A.ms., 2p. n.p. (draft) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice], 1967, A.ms., 2p. n.p. (draft) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice], 1967, T.ms.s., 3p. n.p. (draft) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice], 1967, T.ms., 6p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice], 1967, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 Introduction to Erie Stanley Gardner's The Amazing Adventures of Lester Leith, circa 1969, A.ms., 2p. n.p. (with related item)


Box 44 Introduction to Erie Stanley Gardner's The Amazing Adventures of Lester Leith, circa 1969, T.ms., 2p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; contents; and 17 related pages)


Box 44 [Introduction to G. K. Chesterton's "The Blast of the Book"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to G. K. Chesterton's "The Blast of the Book"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. (carbon) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's "The Notary of Perigueux"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. (carbon) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 The Grandest Game in the World, circa 1963, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (two drafts of page 4; appears to be an advertisement for The Best Detective Novels: a proposed anthology)


Box 44 [Introduction to John Masefield's "A Raines Law Arrest"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to John Masefield's "A Raines Law Arrest"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. (carbon) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Joyce Kilmer's "Whitemail"], 1967, T.ms., 1p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Joyce Kilmer's "Whitemail"], 1967, T.ms., 1p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Joyce Porter's "Dover Does Some Spadework"], undated, A.ms., 1p. n.p.


Box 44 [Introduction to Longfellow's "The Notary of Perigeux"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Mark Van Doren's "Testimony After Death"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 "Testimony After Death", 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction & Muriel Rukevser's "The Club"], 1967, T.ms., 1p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction & Muriel Rukevser's "The Club"], 1967, T.ms., 1p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Ogden Nash's "The Three D's"], 1967, T.ms., 1p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 The Three P's, 1967, T.ms., 1p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Oliver Goldsmith's "The Vicar of Wakefield Sells a Horse"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Oliver Goldsmith's "The Vicar of Wakefield Sells a Horse"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. (carbon) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to] Raffles, undated, A.ms., 1p. n.p.


Box 44 [Introduction to Robert Graves' "The Steinpilz Method"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Robert Graves' "The Steinpilz Method"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Robert Louis Stevenson's "Markheim"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Robert Louis Stevenson's "Markheim"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. (carbon) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Rudyard Kipling's "The Return of Imray"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Rudyard Kipling's "The Return of Imray"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. (carbon) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 St. Scott's The Two Drovers, 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Sir Walter Scott's "The Two Drovers"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. (carbon) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Stephen Vincent Benet's "A Gentleman of Fortune"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Stephen Vincent Benet's "A Gentleman of Fortune"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Stuart Palmer's and Craig Rice's People vs. Withers and Malone], circa 1963, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (with related item)


Box 44 [Introduction to Stuart Palmer's and Craig Rice's People vs. Withers and Malone], circa 1963, T.ms., 5p. n.p.


Box 44 Introduction to the "Cape Triangular" by Cornell Woolrich, undated, T.ms., 2p. n.p. (with 2 copies of Woolrich's story revised by Dannay)


Box 44 Introduction to The Golden 131, circa 1971, T.ms., 10p. n.p.


Box 44 Introduction to the Return of the Continental Op, circa 1945, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (with 7 related items)


Box 44 Introduction to The Roman Hat Mystery, 1 August 1978, T.ms., 7p. Fire Island, NY (with related a.ms. and t.l.s.) Published in: The Roman Hat Mystery (Yonkers, NY 1979)


Box 44 Introduction to The Roman Hat Mystery, 15 Aug. 1978, T.ms., 7p. Fire Island, NY Published in: The Roman Hat Mystery (Yonkers, NY 1979)


Box 44 [Introduction to] the Supersleuths revisited no.19, undated, A.ms.s, 3p. n.p.


Box 44 [Introduction to] The Tipoff, 1975, A.ms., 1p. n.p.


Box 44 Introduction [to Theodore Mathieson's The Great Detectives], circa 1958, A.ms.s., 5p. n.p. (with related item)


Box 44 Introduction [to Theodore Mathieson's The Great Detectives], circa 1958, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with 2 related items)


Box 44 [Introduction to Thomas Hardy's "The Three Strangers"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Thomas Hardy's "The Three Strangers"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. (carbon) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to Walt Whitman's "One Wicked Impulse"], 1967, A.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to William Buder Yeat's Outcast"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. (carbon) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to William Buder Yeat's Outcast"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to W.S .Gilbert's "My Maiden Brief"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. (carbon) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introduction to W.S .Gilbert's "My Maiden Brief"], 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 44 [Introductory and related material for Masterpieces of Mystery], circa 1979, T. & a.ms., 250p. n.p.


Box 44 [Introductory Pages for Twentieth Century Detective Stories], circa 1948, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (written corrections; title-page written; includes table of contents; second title-page typed; introduction; page of acknowledgements) Published in: Twentieth Century Detective Stories (Cleveland, 1948)


Box 44 [items relating to The Last Woman in His Life], circa 1970, A.ms., 21p. n.p.


Box 44 It's Got Everything: A Goofy Comedy, circa 1930s, T.ms., 23p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; in blue wrappers)



Box 45 The Japanese Golden Dozen, 1977, T.ms.s., 26p. Larchmont, NY (with title-page; 2 related items; Queen's introductions)


Box 45 Kid Stuff, 1955, T.ms.s., 14p. n.p.


Box 45 Kid Stuff, circa 1955, T.ms., 20p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 45 Kidnapping Dept: Child Missing, 1955, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon on pink paper; OT: "Child Missing" and "Kidnapped") Published in: OBI: Queen's Bureau of Investigation (Boston, 1955)


Box 45 The King Is Dead, 1950, T.ms., 291p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and related t.l.s.)


Box 45 The King Is Dead, 1952, T.ms., 291p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 45 The King Is Dead, 1952, T.ms., 291p. n.p. (with two title-pages; two introductory pages; many revisions) J


Box 45 The King Is Dead, 1952, T.ms., 291p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)



Box 46 The King Is Dead, 1952, T.ms., 326p. n.p. (with title page; introductory page; extensively revised)


Box 46 The King Is Dead, 1952, T.ms., 71p. n.p. (carbon outline; with title-page; and two introductory pages)


Box 46 The King Is Dead, 1952, T.ms., 71p. n.p. (outline; with title-page; 2 introductory pages; manila envelope)


Box 46 [The Krylov Run], undated, T.ms., 195p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; OT:
Spy: An Espionage Thriller") Note: Apparently ghost-written by Walt Sheldon.


Box 46 [The Krylov Run], undated, T.ms., 195p. n.p. (with title-page; related a.n.s.; extensively revised) Note: Apparently ghost-written by Walter J. Sheldon


Box 46 The Krylov Run, undated, T.ms., 238p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Note: Apparently ghost-written by Walter J. Sheldon


Box 46 [The Krylov Run], undated, T.ms., 238p. n.p. (light corrections and revisions) Note: Apparently ghost-written by Walter J. Sheldon



Box 47 The Lamp of God, 1945, T.ms., 106p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 47 [The Last Man to Die], 1968, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; ms. corrections; story here entitled The Last Butler") Published in: OED: Queen's Experiments in Detection (New York, 1968)


Box 47 [The Last Woman in His Life], 1970, T.ms., 236p. n.p.


Box 47 [The Last Woman in His Life], 1970, T.ms., 236p. n.p. (carbon; with notations; last page missing) Note: Frederic Dannay's file copy


Box 47 The Last Woman in His Life, 1970, T.ms., 237p. n.p. (on colored paper; with ms. corrections; second Draft)



Box 48 The Last Woman in His Life, 1970, T.ms., 240. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Note: Frederic Dannay's file copy of final manuscript


Box 48 The Last Woman in His Life, 1970, T.ms., 240. n.p. (with 2 title-pages; with related a.l.s.; contents; 4 page introduction; notes to printer, setting copy typescript)


Box 48 The Last Woman in His Life, 1970, T.ms., 240p. n.p. (carbon; copy of final draft)


Box 48 The Last Woman in His Life, 1970, T.ms., 27p. n.p. (carbon outline; with title-page; contents; and prologue)


Box 48 The Last Woman in His Life, 1970, T.ms., 54p. n.p. (outline; with title-page; contents page; prologue; and end notes)


Box 48 The Last Woman in His Life, 1970, T.ms., 55p. n.p. (carbon outline; with title-page; and 2 page introduction)


Box 48 The Last Woman in His Life, 1970, T.ms., 67p. n.p. (outline; with title-page; contents; extensively revised)


Box 48 Leaves from the Editor's Notebook, 1954, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (heavily annotated) Published in: EQMM Feb. 1954


Box 48 L'Envoi, 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 48 L'Envoi, 1967, T.ms., 2p. n.p. (carbon) Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (New York, 1967)


Box 48 The Life and Death of Little Napoleon, 1964, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 48 Lille: Inspector Fosse's Greatest Case, 1964, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon on yellow paper, with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 48 Hist of Titles and Authors appearing in Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection, circa 1969, T.ms.s., 20p. n.p. (with three related items) Published in: Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detectionl (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 48 ... Spy, 1968, T.ms., 10p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: OED: Queen's Experiments in Detection (NY, 1968)


Box 48 Lonely Bride, 1951, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon; OT: "The Lady Couldn't Explain")


Box 48 Lonely Bride, 1951, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; OT: "The Lady Couldn't Explain")


Box 48 Losers. Weepers, 1966, T.ms., 192p. n.p. (with title-page; extensively revised)



Box 49 Losers. Weepers, 1966, T.ms., 203p. Roxbury, CT (carbon; with title-page; and related item) Note: Part of the "Troubleshooters" series


Box 49 Lost and Found Department, 1949, T.ms., 4p. n.p. (carbon; with correspondence signed by Manfred B. Lee)


Box 49 Louisiana Love Story, undated, T.ms., 11p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and one related item)


Box 49 The Love Slaves of Orissa, 1964, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 49 The Love Slaves of Orissa, 1964, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon on pink paper; with title-page)


Box 49 A Lump of Sugar, 1950, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; OT: "Dying Message Department;" 'Dying Message Dept: A Lump of Sugar," " The Mystery of the 3 Dawn Riders")


Box 49 A Lump of Sugar, 1950, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (OT: "Dying Message Department;" "Dying Message Dept: A Lump of Sugar;" " The Mystery of the 3 Dawn Riders")


Box 49 A Lump of Sugar, 1950, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (with title-page; orange folder, OT: "Dying Message Department;" 'Dying Message Dept: A Lump of Sugar," " The Mystery of the 3 Dawn Riders")


Box 49 A Lump of Sugar, 1950, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (OT: "Dying Message Department;" "Dying Message Dept: A Lump of Sugar," " The Mystery of the 3 Dawn Riders")


Box 49 The Mad Tea Party, 1950, T.ms., 61p. n.p. (mimeograph; with title-page; page 26 is missing)


Box 49 Magic Dept.: Snowball in July, 1955, T.ms., 12p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; OT: "Snowball in July;" "The Phantom Train") Published in: OBI: Queen's Bureau of Investigation 1955.


Box 49 Man Bites Dog, 1939, T.ms., 32p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Blue Book (June 1939)


Box 49 Man Bites Dog, 1939, T.ms., 32p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Blue Book (June 1939)


Box 49 The Man With the Jug Ears, undated, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 49 [material relating to The Origin of Evil], 1951, Printed and typed items, 5p. n.p. (draft; clippings; 66 items total) Published in: The Origin of Evil


Box 49 A Matter of Seconds, 1955, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon on blue paper; with title-page)


Box 49 A Matter of Seconds, 1955, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon on yellow paper; with title-page)


Box 49 The Medical Finger, 1951, T.ms., 25p. n.p. Published in: Calendar of Crime (Boston, 1952)


Box 49 The Medical Finger, 1951, T.ms., 25p. n.p. Published in: Calendar of Crime (Boston, 1952)


Box 49 Mexico City: The Jaws of Deathóp, 1964, n.p. (carbon on yellow paper; with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 49 Miracles Do Happen, 1957, T.ms., 14p. n.p. (with title-page; in orange wrappers) Published in: EOMM (July 1957)


Box 49 Miracles Do Happen, 1957, T.ms., 14p. n.p. (carbon on green paper, with title-page) Published in: EOMM (July 1957)


Box 49 Miracles Do Happen, 1957, T.ms., 15p. n.p. (carbon on blue and pink paper; with title-page on white paper) Published in: EOMM (July 1957)


Box 49 Miracles Do Happen, 1957, T.ms.,15p. n.p. (with title-page; related item) Published in: EOMM (July 1957)


Box 49 Misadventures of Ellery Queen, undated, T.ms., 2p. n.p. (with title-page; in orange wrappers)


Box 49 [Miser's Gold], 1954, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (OT: "Buried Treasure Department;" "Love Hunts a Hidden Treasure") Published in: OBI: Queen's Bureau of Investigation (Boston, 1955)


Box 49 [Miser's Gold], 1954, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; OT: "Buried Treasure Department;" "Love Hunts a Hidden Treasure") Published in: OBI: Queen's Bureau of Investigation (Boston, 1955)


Box 49 Missing: Two Americans, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in:…


Box 49 Missing: Two Americans, undated, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 49 Missing: Two Americans, undated, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 49 [Money Talks], 1952, T.ms., 4p. n.p. (OT: Blackmail Department;" "The Sound of Blackmail") Published in: "This Week" (ca. 1950) and OBI: Queen's Bureau of Investigation (Boston, 1955)


Box 49 More "Compliments of the Author", 1949, T.ms., 8p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (March 1949) and In The Queen's Parlor (New York, 1957)


Box 49 Moroccan Love Story, 1954, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and one related item) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964), and the "American Weekly" (ca. 1961)


Box 49 Moroccan Love Story, 1964, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon on green paper; with title-page; OT: "African Love Story"; a different version of the same plot) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964), and the "American Weekly" (ca. 1961)


Box 49 The Moscow Fires Case, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 49 The Motive, 1958, T.ms., 43p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; OT: "Terror Town") Published in: EOMM in two parts (AugVSept. 1958)


Box 49 The Motive: Synopsis of Part One, 1958, T.ms., 2p. n.p. (carbon)


Box 49 Mum Is the Word, 1968, T.ms., 62p. New York (with ms. corrections; OT: "Mum or Too Many Clues;" first draft) Published in: QED: Queen's Experiments in Detection (New York, 1968)


Box 49 Mum Is the Word, 1968, T.ms., 67p. New York (with ms. corrections; OT: "Mum or Too Many Clues;" second draft) Published in: QED: Queen's Experiments in Detection (New York, 1968)


Box 49 Mum Is the Word, 1968, T.ms., 68p. New York (carbon; with title-page; 1 Of 2 copies; OT: "Mum or Too Many Clues;" final draft) Published in: QED: Queen's Experiments in Detection (NY, 1968)


Box 49 Mum Is the Word, 1968, T.ms., 68p. New York (carbon; with title-page; 2 Of 2 copies; OT: "Mum or Too Many Clues;" final draft) Published in: QED: Queen's Experiments in Detection (New York, 1968)



Box 50 Mum Is the Word, undated, T.ms., 23p. n.p. (outline; with title-page; folder; OT: "Mum or Too Many Clues") Published in: QED: Queen's Experiments in Detection (New York, 1968)


Box 50 Mum Is the Word, 1968, T.ms., 23p. New York (carbon; with title-page; three page list of characters; OT: "Mum or Too Many Clues") Published in: QED: Queen's Experiments in Detection (New York, 1968)


Box 50 Mum Is the Word, 1968, T.ms., 68p. New York (carbon; with title-page; OT: "Mum or Too Many Clues;" final draft) Published in: QED: Queen's Experiments in Detection (New York, 1968)


Box 50 Murder by Communists, 1964, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon on pink paper; with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book


Box 50 Murder by Communists, 1964, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon on yellow paper; with title-page) Published in: 1964


Box 50 Murder by Communists, 1964, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 50 Murder by Installments, circa 1948, T.ms., 33p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 50 Murder Dept.: Driver's Seat, 1951, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon; OT: "Driver's Seat" and "Lady, You're Dead") Published in: OBI: Queen's Bureau of Investigation (Boston, 1955)


Box 50 Murder for Americans, circa 1947, T.ms., 36p. n.p. (with title-page; Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 50 The Murder Without a Body, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 50 The Murderer Is a Fox, 1944, T.ms., 206p. n.p. (early draft extensively revised; with table of contents; roughly one fifth of this draft was cut before publication)


Box 50 My Queer Dean, 1955, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and orange folder; OT: "Rare Books Dept: My Queer Dean") Published in: OBI: Queen's Bureau of Investigation (1955)


Box 50 [The Myna Birds], 1955, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon)


Box 50 The Mysterious Shooting at the National, 1964, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon on pink paper, with title-page)


Box 50 Mystery at the Library of Congress, 1963, T.ms., 13p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; OT: "Enter Ellery Queen") Published in: EQMM, Feb. 1963


Box 50 Mystery at the Library of Congress, 1963, T.ms., 13p. n.p. (page 1 and 12 carbon; with page listing tide; other descriptive classifications of the story; OT: "Enter Ellery Queen")


Box 50 Mystery at the Library of Congress, 1963, T.ms., 13p. Roxbury, Connecticut (carbon; with title-page; OT: 'Enter Ellery Queen")


Box 50 The Mystery Behind the Grammer Murder Case, 1953, T.ms., 14p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and one related item) Published in: "American Weekly" (ca. 1961)


Box 50 Mystery in the Holy Land, 1954, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and one related item) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Casebook (New York, 1964) and the "American Weekly" (ca. 1961)


Box 50 Mystery in the Holy Land, 1964, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon on green paper, with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964) and the "American Weekly" (ca. 1961)


Box 50 The Mystery of Crambling Road, 1964, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 50 The Mystery of Crambling Road, 1964, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon on pink paper; with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 50 The Mystery of the Yellow Thread, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 50 Narcotics Dept: The Black Ledger, 1955, T.ms., 11p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; OT: "The Black Ledger" and "The Mysterious Black Ledger") Published in: OBI: Queen's Bureau of Investigation (Boston, 1955)


Box 50 Never Kill a Cop, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 50 Never Kill a Cop, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 50 No Parking, 1958, T.ms., 14p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; OT: "Teiror in a Penthouse") Published in: EQMM (Feb. 1958)


Box 50 [No Place To Live], 1958, T.ms., 13p. New York (carbon; with title-page; mispagination beginning on page 6; orange Curtis Brown wrappers) Published in: QED: Queen's Experiments in Detection (New York, 1968)


Box 50 [Notes for Face to Face], 1967, A.ms., 2p. n.p.


Box 50 [Notes for Face to Face], 1967, T.ms., 5p. n.p.


Box 50 [Notes on Wrightsville], undated, T.ms., 49p. n.p. Note: Summary of facts culled from Wrightsville novels: Calamity Town. The Murderer is a Fox. Ten Days' Wonder, and Double. Double. Probably done as preliminary notes for the Glass Village when it was set in Wrightsville.


Box 50 Notes relating to Edward D. Radin, undated, A.ms., 1p. n.p. (with 3 related printed stories)


Box 50 [Notes relating to Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and …], circa 1969, A.ms., 70p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 2Q Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 50 [Notes relating to The House of Brass], 1968, T.ms., 32p. n.p.


Box 50 [Notes relating to The King Is Dead], 1950, A.ms., 9p. n.p.


Box 50 [Notes, tear sheets and printed stories relating to Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice], 1967, A.ms., 16 items. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Poetic Justice (ca. 1967)


Box 50 The Nude Girl Case, 1964, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 50 The Nude Girl Case, 1964, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon on yellow paper; with title-page)


Box 50 The Oakes Case Revisited — Sixteen Years Afterward, circa 1964, T.ms., 10p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964).


Box 50 [Object Lesson], 1958, T.ms., 20p. n.p. (carbon; OT: "The Blackboard Gangster") Published in: EQMM (April 1958)



Box 51 The Origin of Evil, 1951, T.ms., 308p. n.p. (carbon; with title-papge)


Box 51 The Origin of Evil, 1951, T.ms., 308p. n.p. (with title-page; and copy for jacket)


Box 51 The Origin of Evil, 1951, T.ms., 308p. n.p. (with 2 title-pages; and 2 page introduction)


Box 51 The Origin of Evil, 1951, T.ms., 308p. n.p. (carbon; with notes on cardboard)


Box 51 The Origin of Evil, 1951, T.ms., 76p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and one page introduction)


Box 51 [Outline and notes for Face to Face], 1967, T.ms., 45p. n.p.


Box 51 [Outline for "4 Question of Honor"], 1955, T.ms., 3p. n.p. (with small slip of white paper; OT: "A Question of Honor" and "An Affair of Honor")


Box 51 [Outline for an unidentified novel], undated, T.ms., 46p. n.p. (carbon) Note: Concerns an adopted baby, with Mr. and Mrs. Rand the main characters. Ellery Queen is not a character.


Box 51 Outline for ["Calamity Town], 1942, T.ms., 81p. n.p. (with title-page; and three page introduction)


Box 51 [Outline for Cop Out], 1969, T.ms., 34p. n.p. (with title-page; with contents; and extensive revisions)


Box 51 [Outline for early version of The Glass Village], 1954, T.ms., 73p. n.p. (with title-page; map; and related note)


Box 51 [Outline for "E=Murder"], 1961, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (with related item)


Box 51 [Outline for "E=Murder"], 1961, T.ms., 6p. n.p.


Box 51 [Outline for part one of The Murderer Is a Fox], 1945, T.ms., 34p. n.p. (carbon)


Box 51 [Outline for] The King Is Dead, 1952, T.ms., 73p. n.p. (with title-page; contents; introduction; and 5 related items)



Box 52 [Outline for The Origin of Evil], 1951, T.ms., 32p. n.p. (with 9 related items; in envelope annotated by Dannay or Lee)


Box 52 [Outline for The Origin of Evil], 1951, T.ms., 74p. n.p. (with title-page; introduction; and 2 related pages)


Box 52 [Outline for The Origin of Evil], 1951, T.ms., 76p. n.p. (with title-page; introduction; and first 4 pages of a draft of the novel)


Box 52 [Outline for The Scarlet Letters], 1953, T.ms., 45p. n.p. (with contents page; and related a.l.)


Box 52 [Outline for The Scarlet Letters], 1953, T.ms., 52p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; contents; and 2 related items)


Box 52 [Outline for There Was an Old Woman], 1943, T.ms., 69p. n.p. (with table of contents)


Box 52 [Outline of Inspector Queen's Own Case], 1956, T.ms., 45p. n.p. (with notations)


Box 52 Outline of Novel: Calamity Town, 1942, T.ms., 77p. n.p. (with title-page; 4 page introduction; in orange folder)



Box 53 The Parisian Who Lost His Eyes, circa 1954, T.ms., 4p. n.p. (carbon on green paper; Published as "The Acid Test," in the ""American Weekly," June 20, 1954) Note: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 53 The Parisian Who Lost His Eyes, 1954, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with titde-page; "Crime-Hunting Round the World with Ellery Queen, no. 6;" Published as "The Acid Test," in the "American Weekly," June 20,1954)


Box 53 Payment in Full, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 53 The Pirates of Elbow Cay, undated, T.ms., 21p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and related item)


Box 53 The Player on the Other Side, 1962, T.ms., 288p. n.p. (with numerous ms. corrections; retyped pages; first draft)


Box 53 The Player on the Other Side, 1962, T.ms., 288p. n.p. (carbon; with one related letter, envelope for ms.; copy for first draft)


Box 53 The Player on the Other Side, 1962, T.ms., 298p. n.p. (carbon; with some ms. corrections; second draft)



Box 54 The Player on the Other Side, 1962, T.ms., 31p. n.p. (with notes 5p.; two related items; first outline)


Box 54 The Player on the Other Side, 1962, T.ms., 31p. n.p. (outline; with Dannay's autograph corrections) I


Box 54 The Player on the Other Side, 1962, T.ms., 39p. n.p. (incomplete; with table of contents; second outline)


Box 54 The Player on the Other Side, 1962, T.ms., 47p. n.p. (carbon; with ms. corrections; notes 5p.; one related item; copy of second outline)


Box 54 The Player on the Other Side, 1962, T.ms., 4p. [Woodstock, NY] (with ms. corrections; pages numbered i-v, but p. ii is missing; preliminary notes)


Box 54 The Player on the Other Side, 1963, T.ms., 300p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; contents; diagram)


Box 54 Poetic Justice, 1966, A.ms., 5p. n.p. (related notes)


Box 54 The Poisoned Whiskey Case, 1959, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; related item) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 54 Prague: The Girl Who Flirted With Death, 1964, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon on yellow paper) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 54 Presentation and Analysis of a New Character for a Series of M-G-M Mysteries, 1940, T.ms., 9p. New York (carbon; with title-page)


Box 54 The President Regrets, 1967, T.ms., 4p. New York (with title-page; page of notes to Manfred B. Lee) Published in: OED: Queen's Experiments in Detection (New York, 1968)


Box 54 The President Regrets, circa 1967, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (on blue paper; with ms. corrections; first draft) Note: OED: Queen's Experiments in Detection (New York, 1968)


Box 54 The President Regrets, 1968, 1p. n.p. (carbon; second draft) Note: OED: Queen's Experiments in Detection (New York, 1968)


Box 54 [Puzzle Story], undated, T.ms., 2p. n.p. (with a.n. by Manfred B. Lee)


Box 54 Queen's Bureau of Investigation, 1955, T.ms.s., 5p. n.p. (title-page; mock-up of the directory; clippings on blue paper) Note: Includes two drafts of an introduction (one signed by the author), a directory and note to the editor for a collection of short stories which was Published in 1955


Box 54 [Queen's Quorum], 1951, 73p. n.p. (with three page author's note; eighteen page index)


Box 54 Queen's Quorum: A History of the Detective-Crime Short Story as Revealed by the 100 Most Important Books in this Field since 1845, circa 1948, T.ms., 73p. n.p. Note: (with title-page) Published in: Published in Twen…


Box 54 A Question of Honor, 1955, T.ms., 3p. n.p. (an early draft; OT: "An Affair of Honor ) Published in: OBI: Queen's Bureau of Investigating (Boston, 1955)


Box 54 A Question of Honor, 1955, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon on blue paper; with title-page; OT: "An Affair of Honor")


Box 54 A Question of Honor, 1955, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon on blue paper, with title-page; OT: "An Affair of Honor") Published in: OBI: Queen's Bureau of Investigation (Boston, 1955)


Box 54 The Read-Life Mystery that Created Ellery Queen, 1952, T.ms., 12p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and one related item)


Box 54 The Read-Life Mystery that Created Ellery Queen, 1955, T.ms., 11p. n.p. (carbon on green paper, with title-page)


Box 54 The Red Virgin of Madrid, 1964, T.ms. (carbon on pink paper, with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Cage Book (New York, 1964)


Box 54 The Red Virgin of Madrid, 1964, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 54 The Reindeer Clue, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; final draft)


Box 54 The Reindeer Clue, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (with title-page; ms. corrections; first draft)


Box 54 The Rent Gouger, undated, T.ms., 13p. n.p. (carbon on pink paper, with title-page; mispagination beginning on page 6; OT: "No Place To Live;" "The Man All Hated") Published in: OED: Queen's Experiments in Detection (New York, 1968)


Box 54 [The Robber of Wrightsville], 1954, T.ms., 23p. n.p. (carbon; with annotations) Published in: OBI: Queen's Bureau of Investigation (Boston, 1955)


Box 54 The Robber of Wrightsville, circa 1955, T.ms., 23p. n.p. (carbon) Published in: OBI: Queen's Bureau of Investigation (Boston, 1955)


Box 54 The Roman Hat Mystery, 1928, T.ms.s., 292p. New York (carbon) Note: This is the only copy of the original typescript



Box 55 [Sample permissions for Ellery Queen's Minimystery], circa 1969, T.ms., 1p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: ZQ Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 55 The Samurai Sword, undated, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 55 The Samurai Sword, undated, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 55 Santa Anita, 8 Oct. 1936, T.ms., 23p. n.p. (carbon; in blue folder) Note: Preparatory material for a screenplay that was apparently never produced


Box 55 Santa Anita, 19 Oct. 1936, T.ms., 51p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; in blue folder)


Box 55 Santa Anita, 5-11 Nov. 1936, T.ms., 41p. n.p. (carbon) Note: Preparatory material for a screenplay that was apparently never produced


Box 55 A Scandal in Uandinning, circa 1958, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and one related item) Published in: "American Weekly" (ca. 1961) and Masterpieces in Crime Detection


Box 55 Scare Job, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 55 The Scarlet Letters, 1952, T.ms., 260p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; contents page; and introductory page)


Box 55 The Scarlet Letters, 1953, T.ms., 258p. n.p. (with 2 title-pages; 3 introductory pages)


Box 55 The Scarlet Letters, 1953, T.ms., 258p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and 2 introductory pages)



Box 56 The Scarlet Letters, 1953, T.ms., 261p. n.p. (annotated revisions)


Box 56 [Second outline of The Glass Village], 1954, T.ms., 73p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 56 Second Prize Winner. Brett Halliday, undated, T.ms., 1p. n.p. (with notations by Frederick Dannay or Manfred B. Lee)


Box 56 Secrets of the Harem, 1964, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon on pink paper; with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 56 The Shanghai Shootings, circa 1955, T.ms., 10p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; "Crime-Hunting Round the World with Ellery Queen, no. 27 - final") Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 56 The Shanghai Shootings, 1964, T.ms., 10p. n.p. (carbon on yellow paper, with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 56 Shoot the Scene, 1966, T.ms., 192p. n.p. (with title-page; many pages have revision pages stapled over them)


Box 56 Shoot the Scene, 1966, T.ms., 213p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 56 Shot in the Dark, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Masterpieces of Crime Detection


Box 56 Silence. Please, undated, T.ms., 8p. n.p. (with related a.n.)


Box 56 The Sin of Catherine Soffel, 1957, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and one related item) Published in: "American Weekly" (ca. 1961)


Box 56 Singapore Love Story, 1956, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and one related item) Published in: "American Weekly" (ca. 1961)


Box 56 Slow Death, Sept. 1940, T.ms., 19p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; 2 pages of character descriptions; first draft of synopsis)


Box 56 The Specialist in Skulls, circa 1964, T.ms., 24p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964).


Box 56 The Strangled Bride of Oran, 1954, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and one related item) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Casebook (New York, 1964), and the "American Weekly" (ca. 1961)"


Box 56 The Strangled Bride of Oran, 1964, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon on green paper, with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book. (New York, 1964), and the "American Weekly" (ca. 1961)"


Box 56 [A Study in Terror], 1966, T.ms.s., 194p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; Dannay's initials on cardboard backing; OT: "Sherlock Holmes Versus Jack the Ripper")



Box 57 [A Study in Terror], 1966, T.ms., 190p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; Dannay's initials on cardboard backing; extensively revised; with a.n.s. by Ellery Queen on cardboard; first 16 pages are missing; OT: "Sherlock Holmes Versus Jack the Ripper") Note: This is apparently the original manuscript


Box 57 [A Study in Terror], 1966, T.ms., 194p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; related t.l.s; OT: "Sherlock Holmes Versus Jack the Ripper")


Box 57 [A Study in Terror], 1966, T.ms., 205p. n.p. (photocopy; with title-page; OT: "Sherlock Holmes Versus Jack the Ripper")


Box 57 Swindle Dept.: Double Your Money, 1951, T.ms., 10p. n.p. (carbon; OT: "Double Your Money;" "The Vanishing Wizard") Published in: OBI: Queen's Bureau of Investigation (Boston 1955) and "This Week" (Sept. 30 1951)


Box 57 The Swindler of Adamolis, 1964, T.ms., 4p. n.p. (carbon on green paper) Published in : 1964)


Box 57 The Swindler of Adamolis, 1964, T.ms., 4p. n.p. (carbon on yellow paper) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 57 [Synopsis for "The Rookie Detective Case"], 26 Feb. 1962, T.ms., 11p. n.p. (with one related item)


Box 57 [Synopsis for "The Wedding Gift Bomb Case"], circa 1962, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and 2 related letters by Manfred B. Lee)


Box 57 The Temple of Love, 1958, T.ms., 5p. New York (carbon; with title-page; and one related item) Published in ; "American Weekly" (ca. 1961)


Box 57 Ten Days' Wonder, 1948, T.ms., 126p. n.p. (carbon; with some ms. corrections) Note: Two carbon copies of 63p. outline for novel



Box 58 Ten Days' Wonder, 1948, T.ms., 333p. n.p. (first draft; with ms.corrections; novel here entitled "Nine Day's Wonder")


Box 58 Ten Days' Wonder, 1948, T.ms., 342p. n.p. (carbon copy of setting copy; with some ms. corrections)


Box 58 Ten Days' Wonder, 1948, T.ms., 342p. n.p. (carbon copy of setting copy; with some ms. corrections; and one related item)



Box 59 Ten Days' Wonder, 1948, T.ms., 342p. n.p. (setting copy; with ms. corrections and instructions to printer)


Box 59 Ten Days' Wonder, 1948, A.ms., 46p. n.p. (notes)


Box 59 Ten Days' Wonder, 1948, T.ms., 63p. n.p. (with two related items; outline for novel; some ms. revisions)


Box 59 Terror Town, 1956, T.ms., 43p. n.p. (incomplete)


Box 59 There Was an Old Woman, 1943, T.ms., 331p. n.p. (with Dannay's ms. corrections)


Box 59 The Thin Man's Son, 1940, T.ms..s., 100p. New York (with title-page)



Box 60 To Vicent Starrett. Grand Master, 1963, T.ms., 2p. Larchmont, NY (with revision of first page; 2 related letters)


Box 60 Tokyo's Greatest Bank Robber, 1964, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon on yellow paper; with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 60 The Tragedy of Errors, undated, T.ms., 199p. n.p. (in two folders; with 3 pages of holograph notes by Dannay) Note: No portion of this work may be copied, reproduced, Published or distributed without the written permission of the copyright owners


Box 60 Uncle from Australia, undated, T.ms., 4p. n.p. (outline; with title-page)


Box 60 Uncle from Australia, 1967, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (on blue paper)


Box 60 Uncle from Australia: A Short-Short Story, 1965, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Diner's Club Magazine (June 1965) and in Ellery Queen's Mystery Ma parine (Nov. 1967)


Box 60 [Untitled dialogue between Ellery Queen and Bamaby Ross], undated, T.ms., 37p. n.p.


Box 60 [Various notes relating to Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection], circa 1969, A.ms., 3p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 60 [Vincent Starrett's Award], undated, T.ms., 1p. n.p. (carbon; poem)


Box 60 Wedding Anniversary, 1967, T.ms., 18p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (Sept. 1967)


Box 60 Wedding Anniversary, 1967, T.ms., 19p. n.p. (OT: "The Man without an Enemy;" "A Day for Dying;" "The Thirty Problem")


Box 60 [What's in the Dark?], 1968, T.ms., 191p. n.p. (with title-page; many pages have revision pages stapled over them; OT: "When Fell the Night?")


Box 60 [What's in the Dark?], 1968, T.ms., 242p. n.p. (OT: "When Fell the Night?")


Box 60 Where Is Bianca?, 1966, T.ms., 187p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Note: Although Published as if by Ellery Queen, this novel was actually ghost-written by someone else. It was extensively revised by Manfred B. Lee



Box 61 Where Is Bianca?, 1966, T.ms., 200p. n.p. (with extensive revisions; revised pages sometimes stapled over pages; with title-page) Note: Although Published by Popular Library as if by Ellery Queen, this novel was actually ghost-written by someone else. It was heavily revised by Manfred B. Lee, as can be seen from this draft.


Box 61 Which Way to Die?, 1967, T.ms., 190p. n.p. (with title-page; extensive revisions)


Box 61 Which Way to Die?, 1967, T.ms., 216p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 61 Which Way to Die?, circa 1967, T.ms., 216p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 61 Who Spies. Who Kills?, 1966, T.ms., 205p. n.p. (with title-page; extensive revisions by Manfred B. Lee; pages from revised draft stapled over many pages)



Box 62 The Wife Who Wouldn't Let Go, 1957, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and one related item) Published in: "American Weekly" (ca. 1961)


Box 62 The "Wife-Swap" Murder Case, 1964, T.ms., 11p. n.p. (carbon on pink paper, with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 62 The "Wife-Swap" Murder Case, 1964, T.ms., 11p. n.p. (carbon on yellow paper; with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 62 The "Wife-Swap" Murder Case, circa 1964, T.ms., 11p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Published in: Ellery Queen's International Case Book (New York, 1964)


Box 62 The Witch of Times Square, 1950, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (OT: "False Claimant Department;" with two printed versions of the story) Published in: "This Week" (Nov. 5,1950) and QBI: Queen's Bureau of Investigation (Boston, 1955)


Box 62 With the Author's Compliments, 1949, T.ms., 8p. n.p. Published in: Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (Feb. 1949) and Queen's Parlor (New York, 1957)


Box 62 Witness for the Prosecution, 1958, T.ms., 12p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; and one related item) Published in: "American Weekly" (ca. 1961)


Box 62 The Woman in the Case: Death in the Tea Leaves, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 62 The Woman in the Case: "Detained at Her Majesty's Pleasure", undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; original version)


Box 62 The Woman in the Case: "Detained at Her Majesty's Pleasure", undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; revised)


Box 62 The Woman in the Case: "The Amazing Mrs. Patterson", undated, T.ms., 8p. n.p (carbon; with title page)


Box 62 The Woman in the Case: "The Beautiful Killer of Hampstead, undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 62 The Woman in the Case: "The Beautiful Latvian", undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 62 The Woman in the Case: "The Diabolical Twins", undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 62 The Woman in the Case: "The Dream Detective", undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 62 The Woman in the Case: "The Girl in the Snowbank", undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 62 The Woman in the Case: "The Hanging Woman", undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 62 The Woman in the Case: "The Mystery of Rhonda Dell Martin", undated, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 62 The Woman in the Case:, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 62 The Woman in the Case: "The Silk Stocking Girl", undated, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 62 The Woman in the Case: "The Strange Case of Elaine Soule", undated, T.ms., 10p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 62 The Woman in the Case: The Temple of Love, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 62 The Woman in the Case: Trail of the Lonesome Hearts, undated, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page)


Box 62 [The Wrightsville Heirs], 1957, T.ms., 31p. n.p. (carbon on yellow paper, with title-page; OT: "Mrs. Livingston's Heirs")


Box 62 [The Wrightsville Heirs], 1957, T.ms., 33p. n.p. (carbon on pink paper, with title-page; OT: "Mrs. Livingston's Heirs")


Box 62 [The Wrightsville Heirs], 1957, T.ms., 37p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; OT: "Mrs. Livingston's Heirs")


Box 62 [The Wrightsville Heirs], 1957, T.ms., 37p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; OT: "Mrs. Livingston's Heirs")



Box 63 Queen, Ellery and Brentano, Lowell


Box 63 [Danger] Men Working, 1930's, T.ms., 150p. n.p. (carbon)


Box 63 [Danger] Men Working, 1930's, T.ms., 150p. n.p. (some pages carbon; with notations)


Box 63 [Danger] Men Working, 1930's, T.ms., 200p. n.p. (in orange folder)


Box 63 [Danger] Men Working, 1930's, T.ms., 23p. n.p. (carbon; with related a.l.s.; small fragment)


Box 63 Queen, Ellery and Haycraft, Howard


Box 63 The Haycraft-Queen Definitive Library of Detective- Crime-Mystery Fiction, 1951, Printed item, 12p. n.p. (2 copies; with T.ms. 10p; 5 related pages)


Box 63 Queen, Ellery; Eric Taylor and Gertrude Purcell


Box 63 Ellery Queen No. 5, 1940, T.ms., 155p. n.p. (mimeograph; with title-page)



Box 63A [Queen, Ellery Jr.]


Box 63A The Brown Fox Mystery, 1947, T.ms., 175p. Glen Cove, NY (some revisions) Note: Ghost-written by Samuel Duff McCoy


Box 63A The Brown Fox Mystery, 1946, T.ms., 176p. Glen Cove, Long Island Note: Although Published as if by Ellery Queen, this novel was actually ghost-written by Samuel Duff McCoy. It was, however, edited by Frederic Dannay


Box 63A The Silver Llama Mystery, undated, T.ms., 125p. n.p. (extensive revisions; title-page; stapled over original pages) Note: Probably ghost-written by James Holding Jr. and apparently unpublished


Box 63A The Silver Llama Mystery, undated, T.ms., 144p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page) Note: Probably ghost-written by James Holding Jr. and apparently unpublished


Box 63A Rawson, Clayton


Box 63A The Problem of the Kidnaped King, undated, T.ms., 11p. n.p.


Box 63A [Renault]


Box 63A [Introduction to Maurice Leblanc's "The Red Silk Scarf"], undated, T.ms., 3p. n.p. (carbon; with related t.l.s.)


Box 63A Rhode, John


Box 63A The Purple Line, undated, T.ms., 14p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; in black folder)


Box 63A Sage, Martin


Box 63A The Best Laid Plans, undated, T.ms., 253p. n.p.


Box 63A Sayers, Dorothy L. and M. St. Clair Byrne


Box 63A Busman's Honeymoon: A Detective Comedy in Three Acts, undated, T.ms., 150p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; in blue folder)


Box 63A Seitz, Betto


Box 63A The Gluttons, 1961, T.ms., 19p. Guanajuato, Mexico (with related t.n. and t.l.s.)


Box 63A Simenon, Georges File


Box 63A No. 16, undated, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (with related t.l.s.)


Box 63A The Polish Officer, undated, T.ms., 9p. n.p. (carbon; OT: Waldemar Strvzeski)


Box 63A The Safe of the S.S.S., 1946, Printed story, 5p. n.p. (with handwritten introduction by Ellery Queen) Published in: EQMM (Oct. 1946) and in Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)



Box 63B Skvorecky, Josef


Box 63B Death on Needlepoint, undated, T.ms., 36p. n.p.


Box 63B The End of an Old Tom-Cat, undated, T.ms., 27p. n.p. (carbon)


Box 63B The Mournful Demeanor of lieutenant Boruvka, undated, T.ms., 27p. n.p. (with 4 pages of illustrations)


Box 63B Slesar, Henry


Box 63B Don't I Know You?, undated, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (with Dannay's autograph corrections)


Box 63B Spark, Muriel


Box 63B The Girl I Left Behind, 1957, Printed story, 4p. n.p. (with handwritten introduction by Ellery Queen) Published in: EQMM (April 1957) and Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 63B Starrett, Vincent


Box 63B Introduction to Queen Anthology, undated, T.ms.s., 1p. n.p.


Box 63B Steel, Kurt


Box 63B Account Rendered, 1942, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; in black folder)


Box 63B Blaze of Glory, undated, T.ms., 7p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; in gray folder)


Box 63B Fair Exchange, 1944, T.ms., 6p. n.p. (carbon; with title-page; in black folder)


Box 63B Honorable Discharge, undated, T.ms., 6p. New York (carbon; with title-page; related t.n.; in black folder)


Box 63B One Detail and Mr. Pater's First Murder, 1941, T.ms., 24p. n.p. (with 2 title-pages; introduction; in gray folder; two stories)


Box 63B Reveille, 1942, T.ms., 5p. n.p. (with title-page; in green folder)


Box 63B Steinbeck, John


Box 63B The Crapshooter, 1943, Printed story, 3p. n.p. (with handwritten introduction by Ellery Queen) Published in: EQMM (May 1957) and Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 7Q Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 63B Stribling, T. S.


Box 63B The Shadow, 1934, Printed story, 5p. n.p. (with notations; typed heading by Frederic Dannay; and an illustration on a separate slip of paper apparently intended for the anthology mentioned below) Published in: Twentieth Century Detective Stories (Cleveland, 1948)


Box 63B The Gas Range, undated, T.ms., 4p. n.p.


Box 63B Joralmen, 1929, T.ms., 26p. Califton, TN (with related t.l.)


Box 63B The Lady of the Good Voyage, undated, T.ms., 35p. n.p.


Box 63B One From the Fleet, undated, T.ms., 23p. n.p.


Box 63B The Passing of Dumesnille, 1929, T.ms., 17p. Califton, TN (with related t.l.)


Box 63B Strong, L. A. G.


Box 63B The Red Cliff, undated, T.ms., 34p. Fensham, U.K. (carbon)


Box 63B The Shop on the Comer, undated, T.ms., 26p. Fensham, U.K. (carbon)


Box 63B Suter, John F.


Box 63B The Fairv Ring: An Uncle Abner Story, undated, T.ms., 16p. n.p. (photocopy; with title-page)


Box 63B Symons, Julian


Box 63B Which Expounds the Ellery Queen Mystery, 1981, T.ms., 15p. n.p. (with 2 related letters)


Box 63B Taylor, Eric and Harold Long Ellery Queen No. 6, 1940, T.ms., 150p. n.p. (with title-page)


Box 63B Thompson, Leoard


Box 63B Squeeze Play, 1945, Printed story, 9p. n.p. (with notations and a typed heading by Frderic Dannay; and with an illustration on a separate slip of paper) Note: This story appeared in Twentieth Century Detective Stories (Cleveland, 1948) edited by Ellery Queen


Box 63B Truzzi, Marcello


Box 63B Sherlock Homes: Applied Social Psychologist, circa 1971, T.ms., 51p. Ann Arbor, MI (with title-page; related letter)


Box 63B Venning, Michael


Box 63B Eyes Up in Moonlight, undated, T.ms., 18p. Santa Monica, CA (carbon; with related t.l.s.)


Box 63B Vickers, Roy


Box 63B How I Began, undated, T.ms., 3p. n.p. (with related photograph)


Box 63B The Man Who Murdered in Public, 1935, Printed story, 9p. n.p. (with notations; typed heading by Frederic Dannay; and an illustration on a separate slip of paper) Published in: Twentieth Century Detective Stories (Cleveland, 1948)


Box 63B Walsh, Thomas


Box 63B The Picnic, undated, T.ms., 4p. New York (with title-page; 2 related items)


Box 63B Welles, Orson


Box 63B Diplomatic Crisis: or. Fifi and the Chilean Truffle, 1956, Printed story, 4p. n.p. (with handwritten introduction by Ellery Queen) Published in: EQMM (Aug. 1956) and Ellery Queen's Minimysteries: 70 Short-Short Stories of Crime and Detection (Cleveland, 1969)


Box 63B Woolrich, Cornell


Box 63B Photograph, circa 1959, New York, 10 x 8 in


Box 63B The Earring, undated, Printed story, 12p. n.p. (with notations by Dannay; illustration on separate slip of paper)


Box 63B The Fingernail, undated, T.ms., 11p. n.p. (with 1 page introduction by Ellery Queen)


Box 63B Money Talks, undated, T.ms., 42p. n.p. (heavily annotated; with related item)


Box 63B Murder with a U, 1941, T.ms., 12p. n.p. (carbon)


Box 63B One Drop of Blood, undated, T.ms., 35p. n.p. (heavily revised; with related item)


Box 63B The Penny-a-Worder, undated, T.ms., 36p. n.p. (heavily revised; with 2 page introduction by Ellery Queen; and related item)


Box 63B Yaffe, James


Box 63B The Cult of Pretension, undated, T.ms., 15p. n.p. (carbon; "an examination of American Writing Today")


Box 63B The Surprise Twist, 1946, T.ms., 12p. New Haven, CT (with related envelope)

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