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Gertrude Bell Papers: Short Stories, 1954-1960

Gertrude Bell Papers

 

 

                        Gertrude Bell Short Stories 1954-1960

 
 

Collection Inventory

Box  12
15” X 11.25” X 3.25”

     Short Stories—Published 1954-1956

  1.  “Collecting Friends with Bills.” American City.  July 1954: 121.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.   Copy of periodical
        
c.   Correspondence
  2.  “Scent for the Bloodhounds.” Young Catholic Messenger. January 1955.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—1st draft
        
b.  Typed manuscript—2nd draft (2 copies)
        
c.  Correspondence
        
d.  Statement
  
3.  “Flight from Footsteps.” Modern Romances. January 1955.
        
a.  Correspondence
        
b.   Statement
  4.  “Roseanne Demonstrates.” Young Catholic Messenger. March 1955.
        
a.   Typed manuscript
        
b.   Typed manuscript—2nd draft
        
c.    Correspondence
        
d.   Statement
  
5. “Front Rank.” Modern Romances. June 1955.
       
a.   Correspondence
       b.   Statement
  
6. “Clues Are Where You Find Them.” Junior Life. July 1955.
       
a.   Typed manuscript—2 copies
       
b.   Correspondence
      
c.    Statement
 
 7. “Julia Doesn’t Like Do-dads.”  Lookout. August 14, 1955: 3, 15.
       
a.   Copy of periodical
      
b.   Typed manuscript—2 copies
      
c.    Correspondence
       
d.   Statement
 
8. “New Recruit.”  Lookout.  September 4, 1955:  3, 15.
       
a.   Copy of periodical
       
b.   Typed manuscript
       
c.    Correspondence
       
d.   Contract
  
9. “Last Order.”  Front Rank. September 11, 1955: 6-7, 13.
       
a.   Typed manuscript
      
b.   Copy of periodical
      
c.    Correspondence
10. “Roseanne’s Rural Roadblock.” Young Catholic Messenger. September 16, 1955: 7-8.
       
a.   Typed manuscript (4 copies)
       
b.   Copy of story
       
c.    Copy of periodical
       
d.   Correspondence
11. “Home and the Heart.” Lookout. October 1955.
        
a.   Typed manuscript
        
b.   Correspondence
      
c.    Statement
12. “Afraid? A Minister’s Wife?” Lookout.  December 4, 11, 18, 25, 1955: 3, 15.
      
a.  Copy of each of four periodicals
13. “Roseanne’s Two  Scent’s Worth.” Young Catholic Messenger. February 3, 1956: 7-8.
      
a.   Copy of periodical
14. “Heart’s Best Knowing.”  Lookout.  February 12, 19, 26, 1956 and March 4, 1956: 3, 15.
       
a.   Copy of each of four periodicals
      
b.    Typed manuscript
      
c.    Statement
15. “United We Stand.” April 1956.
      
a.  Typed manuscript—6 copies
      
b.  Statement
 
16. “Roseanne Drops a Bomb.” Young Catholic Messenger.  May 4, 1956: 7-8.
       
a.   Copy of periodical

Box  13
15” X 11.25” X 3.25”

     Short Stories—Published 1956-1957

17.  “Tony’s Ticket to Indian Farm.” Catholic Boy. July 1956.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Correspondence
18.  “Jessica’s Inheritance.”  Lookout.  July 22, 29, 1956 and August 5, 12, 19, 26, 1956: 3, 19.
        
a.  Copy of each of six periodicals
        
b.   Typed manuscript
        
c.   Statement
19.  “Catalytic Bundle.” Lookout.” October 1956.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Correspondence and Statement
20.  “Indian Farm.” Catholic Boy.  November 1956: 10-13.
        
a.  Copy of periodical
        
b. Correspondence
21.  “Roseanne to the Rescue.”  Young Catholic Messenger. November 23, 1956: 7-8.
        
a.  Copy of periodical
        
b.  Typed manuscript—1st draft
        
c.  Typed manuscript—2nd draft
        
d.  Correspondence
        
e.  Statement
22.  “Grampa’s Girl Grows Up.” Lookout.  December 23, 30, 1956 and January 6, 13, 20, 27, 1957: 3, 19.
        
a.  Copy of periodical
        
b.  Typed manuscript
        
c.   Statement
23.  “Return of Joe Sunshine.” Catholic Boy.  January 1957: 36-39.
        a. Copy of Periodical
        
b. Correspondence
24.  “End of the Road.” Real Romances.  January 1957: 28, 53-57.
        
a.  Typed manuscript with correspondence
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Correspondence
25.  “Line of Least Resistance.” Personal Romances. February 1957.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Correspondence
        
c.  Statement
26.  “Fence.” Lookout.  March 31 and April 7, 14, 21, 1957: 3, 15.
        
a.   Copy of each of four periodicals
        
b.   Typed manuscript
        
c.   Statement

Box 14
17.5” X 11.75” X 3.5”

     Short Stories—Published 1957-1958

27.  “Stupid as a Fox.” Catholic Boy.  April 1957: 4-7, 34.
        
a.  Copy of periodical
28.  “Let God Take Someone Else’s Child.”  Modern Romance.  May 1957: 25-29, 85-92.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.   Correspondence
29.  “Bundle Robby Found.”  Lookout. May 12, 19, 26 and June 2, 9, 16, 1957: 5, 19.
        
a.  Copy of each of six periodicals
30.  “Shakespeare is for Stupes.”  Christian Home. May 1957: 22-25, 49.
        
a.  Copy of periodical
        
b.  Typed manuscript—2 copies
        
c.   Statement
31.  “Lady and the Hitchhiker.” Christian Home.  June 1957: 20-23.
        
a.  Copy of periodical
        
b.  Typed manuscript
        
c.   Statement
 
32.  “Gag That Wasn’t.”  Young Catholic Messenger.  September 13, 1957: 11-12.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Two copies of periodical
        
c.  Statement
        
d.  Correspondence
 
33.  “Amy in Retirement.”  Lookout.”  October 13, 20, 27 and November 3, 10, 17, 1957: 3, 15.
        
a.  Copy of each of six periodicals
        
b.  Typed manuscript
        
c.   Correspondence
        
d.  Statement
34.  “I Stole Another Woman’s Life.”  True Experience.  November 1957: 18-21, 45-47.
        
a.  Typed manuscript with correspondence
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.   Correspondence
35.  “Silver Bracelet.” Juniors. November 3, 10, 17, 24, 1957: 1-2, 6.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—2 copies—“Two Silver Bracelets”
        
b.  Typed manuscript revised with correspondence
        
c.   Two copies each of four periodicals
        
d.  Correspondence
        
e.  Statement
36.  “Roseanne Obeys Orders.”  Young Catholic Messenger.  December 6, 1957: 7-8.
        
a.  Two copies of periodical
        
b.  Statement
        
c.  Typed manuscript
        
d.  Correspondence
 
37.  “Teen-Age Love Slave.” Personal Romances. January 1958. 28-31, 52-54.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“I’ll Never Doubt Again”
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Correspondence
        
d.  Statement
 
38.  “I Had to Choose Between My Sons.” Personal Romances. January 1958.
        
a.  Correspondence
        
b.  Statement
 
39.  “Nancy on the Farm.”  Christian Parent.  March-August, 1958: 9, 12, 14, 16.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Copy of each of five periodicals
        
c.   Correspondence

Box 15
17.5” X 11.75” X 3.5”

     Short Stories—Published 1958

 40.  “My In-Laws Treated Me Like Trash.”  Personal Romances.”  April 1958: 24-27, 49-52.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Two copies of periodical
        
c.   Correspondence
 
41.  “I Sheltered a Killer.”  Personal Romances.”  May 1958:  30-33, 65-69.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Copy of periodical
 
42.  “Simple Secret.”  Lookout.”  May 25, June 1,8, 15,22, 29, 1958: 3, 15.
        
a.  Copy each of six periodicals
        
b.  Typed manuscript—1st draft
        
c.   Typed manuscript—2nd draft
 
43.  “No Room for Pity, No Room for Love.” Modern Romances.  October 1958. 32-35, 80-88.
        
a.  Note cards
        
b.  Typed manuscript
        
c.  Copy of periodical
 
44.  “A New Home for Jody.” Christian Parent. October 1958: 9-10.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“Rachel’s Second Chance”
        
b.  Copy each of five periodicals
        
c.   Correspondence
        
d.  Statement
 
45.  “Little Punk.”  Lookout.  November 23, 30 and December 7, 14, 1958:  4-14.
        
a.  Copy each of four periodicals
        
b.  Correspondence
        
c.  Statement
        
d.  Typed manuscript

Box 16
17.5” X 11.75” X 3.5”

     Short Stories—Published 1958-1960

 46.  “After One Petting Party.” Personal Romances.  December 1958: 18-19, 53-58.
        
a.  Typed manuscript (2 copies)
        
b.  Typed manuscript with correspondence
        
c.   Typed manuscript with revisions
        
d.  Copy of periodical
        
e.  Reject notice
        
f.   Correspondence
        
g.  Statement
 
47.  “Through a Glass Darkly.”  Lookout. December 28, 1958: 4, 14.
        
a.  Copy of periodical
        
b.  Typed manuscript—1st draft
        
c.   Typed manuscript—2nd draft
        
d.  Statement
 
48.  “Don’t Look Back.” Link.  January 1959: 9-14.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Correspondence
        
d.  Statement
 
49.  “I Threw Love Away.” Modern Romances. January 1959.
       
a.  Correspondence
        
b.  Statement
 
50.  “A Posse of Two.” Young Catholic Messenger. April 3, 10, 17, 24, 1959: 7-8.
        
a.  Copy of each of 4 periodicals
        
b.  Statement
 
51.  “Wrong Treasure.” Lookout. April 1959.
      
a.  Typed manuscript—1st draft
      
b.  Typed manuscript—2nd draft
       
c.  Typed manuscript—3rd draft
      
d.  Correspondence
      
e.  Statement
 
52.  “God Took the Wrong Child!” Personal Romances. August 1959: 32-35, 62-69.
      
a.  Typed manuscript—“Love Suffereth Long, and Is Kind”
       
b.  Copy of Periodical
       
c.  Rejection notice
       
d.  Correspondence
       
e.  Statement
 
53.   “Roseanne Brakes a Precedent.” Young Catholic Messenger. November 6, 1959: 7, 12.
      
a.  Typed manuscript—1st draft
      
b.  Typed manuscript—2nd draft
      
c.  Two copies of periodical
      
d.  Correspondence
      
e.  Statement
 
54.  “Substitute Pie.” Lookout. November 8, 1959: 5, 15.
      
a.  Copy of periodical
      
b.  Statement
      
c.  Typed manuscript with revisions
 
55.  “What No Man Can Forgive.” Modern Romances. November 1959: 4-8, 11, 16-26.
      
a.  Typed manuscript—“Place of Understanding”
       
b.  Copy of periodical
      
c.   Correspondence
 
56.  “Spelling Lesson.” Calling All Girls. December 1959.
      
a.  Typed manuscript—1st draft
      
b.  Typed manuscript—2nd draft
      
c.  Correspondence
  
57.  “The Meddler.” Calling All Girls. October 1960: 78-86.
      
a.  Copy of periodical