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Gertrude Bell Papers: Short Stories, 1960-1967

Gertrude Bell Papers

 

 

                      Gertrude Bell Short Stories 1960-1967. 

Collection Inventory

Box 17 
15” X 11.25” X 3.25” 

Short Stories—Published 1960-1962

58.  “He was a Man of God, But I Loved Him with a Human Passion.” Personal Romances. November 1960: 38-41, 60-61.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“Born to Trouble”
        b.  Rejection notice
       
 c.  Copy of periodical
       
 d.  Correspondence
       
 e.  Statement
59.  “Rebuttal from Roseanne.” Young Catholic Messenger. December 2, 1960: 7, 12.
        
a.  Two copies of periodical
        
b.  Correspondence
       
 c.  Statement
        
d.  Typed manuscript
60.  “Tree Rose.” Lookout. April 23, 1961: 4, 14-15.
        
a.  Copy of periodical
        
b.  Correspondence
        
c.  Statement
       
 d.  Typed manuscript
61.  “What Kind of Father Am I?” May 1961.
        a.  Typed manuscript—1st draft
        b.  Typed manuscript—2nd draft
        c.  Typed manuscript—3rd draft
        d.  Correspondence
62.  “Other Side of the Coin.” August 1961.
        a.  Correspondence
63. “See, Sergeant.” Young Catholic Messenger.  November 17, 1961: 7 -8.
        a.  Copy of periodical
        b.  Correspondence
        c.  Statement
        d.  Typed manuscript
64.  “Kathy’s Way Out.” Lookout.  January 1, 8, 15, 22, 1961: 5, 15-16.
        a.  Typed manuscript
        b.  Copy of each of four periodicals
        c.   Correspondence
        d.  Statement
65.  “The Legacy.” Lookout. March 5, 12, 1961: 3, 14-15.
        a.  Typed manuscript
        b.   Copy of each of two of three periodicals
        c.   Statement
66.  “I Wanted Fun at Any Cost.” True Romance.  November 1961: 14-15, 84-88.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“I Just Wanted to Have Fun”
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Correspondence
67.  “I Couldn’t Wait to Marry Him! Secrets. December 1961: 18-19, 66-72.
        
a.  Typed manuscript with correspondence
        
b.  Copy of periodical
68.  “Love Came to Me on Christmas Eve.” Intimate.  January 1962:18-21, 69-71.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“How Was I to Blame”
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Correspondence
      
  d.  Statement
69.  “Past and Present.” Young Catholic Messenger. January 1962.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Correspondence

Box 18 
17.5” X 11.75” X 3.5” 

Short Stories—Published 1962

70.  “To Give Her Child a Father.” Modern Romances. March 1962: 34-37, 42-45.
       
 a.  Typed manuscript—“I Married Her for Money”
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Correspondence
71.  “Any Old Roof.” Modern Romances. April 1962.
        
a.  Correspondence
72.  “Moving Day.” Sunday Digest.  May 27, 1962: 9-11.
       
 a.  Copy of periodical
        
b.  Typed manuscript
       
 c.  Statement
73.  “My Son Wasn’t Safe With His Father.” Daring Romances. June 1962: 10-11, 34-40.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“Our Lives Were Bought and Paid For”
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Rejection notice
        
d.  Correspondence
74.  “The Darling Neighbors.” The Christian. August 19, 1962: 18-19.
        
a.  Typed manuscript (2 copies)
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Copy of periodical where story was reprinted (2 copies)—The Standard, July 14, 1963
        
d.  Correspondence
        
e.  Statement
75.  “I Bought Her a Husband.” Daring Romances. September 1962: 6, 8, 38-42.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—1st draft—“I’ll Buy You a Husband”
        b.  Typed manuscript—2nd draft
        c.  Typed manuscript—3rd draft
        d.  Copy of periodical
        e.  Correspondence
76.  “The Beholder.” Lookout. September 16, 23, 30 and October 7, 1962: 4, 15.
        a.  Typed manuscript
        b.  Copy each of four periodicals
        c.  Two copies each of four periodicals where story was reprinted—The Standard, August 11, 18, 25 and September 1, 1963
        d.  Correspondence
        e.  Statements
77.  “A Child’s Mind in a Woman’s Body.” Modern Romances. October 1962:44-51, 90.
        a.  Typed manuscript—“I Mistook Shadow for Substance”
        b.  Copy of periodical
        c.  Copy of periodical where story was reprinted—My Story, 1968
        d.  Correspondence
        e.  Statement
78.  “Overtime Widow.” Modern Romances. October 1962: 36-39, 56-58.
        a.  Typed manuscript—“Any Old House”
        b.  Typed manuscript—2nd draft
        c.  Copy of periodical
        d.  Copy of periodical where story was reprinted—My Story, 1968
        e.  Correspondence

Gertrude Bell Papers

Box 19
17.5” X 11.75” X 3.5”

Short Stories—Published 1962-1963

79.  “I Brought Discord To Live With Us.” November 1962
        a.  Typed manuscript—1st draft
        b.  Typed manuscript—2nd draft
        c.  Correspondence
80.  “Law of Living.” Lookout. October 28 and November 4, 11, 18, 1962: 3, 15.
        a.  Copy each of four periodicals
        b.  Typed manuscript
        c.  Statement
81.  “The Harvest.” The Christian. December 2, 1962: 18-19.
        a.  Copy of periodical
        b.  Typed manuscript—3 copies
        c.  Correspondence
        d.  Statement
82.  They Should Have Let Me Die.” Revealing Romances. December 1962: 18-19, 24-35.
        a.  Typed manuscript—“Never Let Me Go”
        b.  Copy of periodical
        c.  Correspondence
83.   “Speaking Volumes.” Young Catholic Messenger. February 8, 1963: 7, 12.
       a.  Copy of periodical
       b.  Correspondence
       c.  Statement
       d.  Typed manuscript
84.  “Diapered Diplomat.” Christian. February 24, 1963.
       a.  Typed manuscript
       b.  Copy of periodical
       c.  Correspondence
       d.  Statement
85.  “Something to Do With Growing Things.” The Christian. March 31, 1963: 18-19.
       a.  Typed manuscript
       b.  Copy of periodical
       c.  Correspondence
       d.  Statement
86.  “All Those Hours We Loved—.” Daring Romances. April 1963: 10-11, 42-49.
       a.  Typed manuscript—“A Job Worth Doing”
       b.  Manuscript pages 27-34 (2 copies)
       c.  Misc. manuscript pages
       d.  Copy of periodical
       e.  Correspondence
87.  “Remember—she’s your brother’s wife!” Modern Romances. June 1963: 38-41, 69-73.
       a.  Typed manuscript—“Substitute Spouse”
       b.  Copy of periodical
       c.  Correspondence
88.  “Stolen Madness.” Young Catholic Messenger. October 25, 1963: 9-10.
       a.  Copy of periodical
       b.  Correspondence
       c.  Statement
       d.  Typed manuscript
89.  “I Married My Dead Brother’s Mistress.” Modern Romances. November 1963: 4-10, 44-57.
       a.  Typed manuscript—“My Mother Chose My Wife”
       b.  Copy of periodical
       c.  Correspondence
90.  “Transplants.” Lookout. November 1963.
       a.  Typed manuscript
       b.  Copy of periodical
       c.  Statement

Gertrude Bell Papers

Box  20
17.5” X 11.75” X 3.5”

Short Stories—Published 1964-1965

91.  “Stamp of Approval.” The Christian. January 12, 1964: 18-19.
         a.  Typed manuscript
         b.  Copy of periodical
         c.  Copy of periodical where story was reprinted—Standard, March 21, 1965
         d.  Correspondence
         e.  Statements
92.  “Proud Secret.” The Christian. September 20, 1964: 18-19.
         a.  Copy of periodical
         b.  Correspondence
         c.  Statements 
93.  “Out on a Limb.” Young Catholic Messenger. January 31, 1964: 11-12.
         a.  Copy of periodical
         b.  Copy of periodical where story was also printed—Three Trails Day, August 10-12
         c.  Typed manuscript
         d.  Correspondence
         e.  Statement
94.  “We’re Too Young to Get Married.” Revealing Romances. January 1964: 6-8, 56-61.
         a.  Typed manuscript—“Too Young for Anything But School”
         b.  Copy of periodical
         c.  Post card from publisher
         d.  Correspondence
95.  “Give a Dog a Bad Name.” January 1964.
         a.  Typed manuscript—1st draft
         b.  Typed manuscript—2nd draft
         c.  Correspondence
96.  “My Sin Came Back to Haunt Me.” Modern Romances. August 1964: 4-13.
         a.  Typed manuscript—“My Other Son”
         b.  Copy of periodical
         c.  Correspondence
         d.  Statement 
97.  “Drive for Friendship.” Lookout. September 6, 13, 20, 27, 1964.
         a.  Typed manuscript
         b.  Copy each of four periodicals
         c.  Statement
98.  “Sue’s Secret.” Christian. September 20, 1964.
         a.  Typed manuscript
         b.  Correspondence
99.  “There’ll Be Another Day!” Tan. December 1964: 26-29, 51-54.
         a.  Typed manuscript
         b.  Copy of periodical
         c.  Statement
100.  “Rx:Retirement.” Christian. February 21, 1965
         a.  Typed manuscript
         b.  Correspondence
         c.  Statement
101.   “Committee of One.” Lookout. May 30 and June 6, 13, 1965: 6, 14.
         a.  Copy each of three periodicals
         b.  Typed manuscript
         c.  Statements 
102.  “I Kept the Family Fued Flaming.” Secrets. July 1965: 28-34.
         a.  Typed manuscript—“The Devil’s Lane in Our Lives”
         b.  Copy of periodical
         c.  Correspondence
103.  “Specialist.” Christian. October 31, 1965. 
         a.  Typed manuscript
         b.  Correspondence
         c.  Statement

Box 21
17.5” X 11.75” X 3.5”

Short Stories—Published 1965-1967

      104. Does Teen Marriage Mean Have to Marriage.” Revealing Romance. October 1965.
               a.  Typed manuscript—“I Meant to Keep My Marriage Vows”
               b.  Copy of periodical
               c.  Correspondence
      105.  “In Your Own Back Yard.” Pen Woman. March 1966:10.
               a.  Typed manuscript
               b.  Copy of periodical
      106.  “Death Was In That Room With Us.” Personal Romances. April 1966: 16-22, 53-54.
               a.  Typed manuscript—“I Labelled Her Fair-Weather Girl”
               b.  Copy of periodical
               c.  Statement 
      107.  “Because I Couldn’t Forgive.” May 1966.
               a.  Typed manuscript
               b.  Correspondence
      108.  “The Serpent in Our Eden.” Secrets. September 1966: 35, 74-80
               a.  Typed manuscript with correspondence
               b.  Copy of periodical
               c.  Correspondence
      109.  “Hero and Hellion Under That Grubby Hide.” Dauntless Books. September 1966.
               a.  Typed manuscript
               b.  Correspondence
      110.  “If You’ve Got Any Sense, You’ll Go Home.” Dauntless Books. September 1966.
               a.  Typed manuscript—1st draft
               b.  Typed manuscript—2nd draft
               c.  Revised pages 16 and 18
               d.  Correspondence
      111.  ”Ours was a Last Kiss.” Exciting Confessions. November 1966: 16-17, 43.
               a.  Typed manuscript—“Memorial to My Wife”
               b.  Copy of periodical
               c.  Correspondence
               d.  Rejection notice
      112.  “Kit’s Claw.” Young Catholic Messenger. November 11, 1966: 11, 16.
               a.  Copy of periodical
               b.  Typed manuscript
               c.  Correspondence
               d.  Statement
      113.  “Time of Innocence.” Real Confessions. March 1967.
               a.  Typed manuscript
               b.  Correspondence
               c.  Copy of agreement
      114.  “Clean Slate.” Dauntless Books. April 1967.
               a.  Typed manuscript—1st draft
               b.  Typed manuscript—2nd draft
               c.  Correspondence
      115.  “The Clear Way.” Lookout. June 11, 1967: 4-5, 15-16.
               a.  Typed manuscript
               b.  Copy of periodical
               c.  Statement
      116.  “Evil Touched My Little Girl.” Personal Romances. July 1967:26-27, 38-41.
              a.  Typed manuscript—“I Couldn’t Use Love as a Club”
               b.  Copy of periodical
               c.  Correspondence
      117.  “My Husband Died Cheating.” Revealing Romance. October 1967: 22-23, 67-71.
               a.  Typed manuscript—“I Wrecked Our Home”
               b.  Revision pages with correspondence
               c.  Copy of periodicald.  Correspondence
      118.  “My Husband Right or Wrong.” Dauntless Books. October 1967.
               a.  Correspondence
      119.  “He Preferred Her Bed to Mine.” Secret Romances. December 1967: 30-31, 68-74.
               a.  Typed manuscript—1st draft—“I Almost Forgave Too Late”
               b.  Typed manuscript—2nd draft
               c.  Copy of periodical
               d.  Correspondence