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Gertrude Bell Papers: Short Stories, 1968-1973

Gertrude Bell Papers

 

 

Gertrude Bell Short Stories 1968-1973. 

Collection Inventory

Box  22
17.5” X 11.75” X 3.5”

 Short Stories—Published 1968-1969

120.  “My Girl—Bent on Being an Unwed Mother.” Exciting Confessions. January 1968: 18-19, 50-56.
        
 a.  Typed manuscript—“He’s My Baby, Too!”
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
 c.  Correspondence
121.  “If You Tell, We’re Through.” Secrets. February 1968: 18-19, 38-42.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“We’ve Got to Tell”
        
b.  Revision pages with correspondence
        
c.  Copy of periodical
         
d.  Research articles
         
e.  Correspondence
122.  “House Where We All Could Be Safe.” True Confessions. March 1968: 36-37, 81-85.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“Evil Overtook Us”
         
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Correspondence
123.  “Ten Feet Tall.” Dauntless Books. March 1968.
        
a.  Correspondence
124.  “While She’s In Your Office, I Won’t Be In Your Bed.” Dauntless Books. May 1968.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—2 copies
        
b.  Correspondence
125.  “Every Day I Had a Different Husband.” Revealing Romances. June 1968: 20-21, 44-48.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“I Waited Too Long”
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Correspondence
126.  “Closed Door.” Modern Romances. July 1968.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Correspondence
        
c.  Statement
127.  ”If the Baby is a Girl.” True Experience.  August 1968: 28-29, 52-56.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“I Gave My Baby Away”
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Correspondence
128.  “The Perfect Gift.” Lookout. August 4, 11, 18,25, 1968: 6, 15.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Copy each of four periodicals
129.  “He Swapped His Kids for My Money.” Revealing Romances. December 1968: 24-25, 52-57.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Typed inserts with correspondence (2 copies)
        
c.  Copy of periodical
130.  “Our Wedding Night was a Free-For-All.” Confidential Confessions.” December 1968: 24-25, 46-50.
        
a.  Typed manuscript with correspondence—“Just Two Hands”
        
b.  Typed inserts with correspondence
        
c.  Copy of periodical
        
d.  Correspondence
131.  “Better If We’d Gone to Bed Unwed.” Secrets. January 1969: 14-15, 41-46.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“Just a Mini-Marriage”
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Correspondence
132.  “So Much To Lose—And We Almost Lost It. ”Dauntless Books. March 1969.
         
a.  Typed manuscript
         
b.  Correspondence

Box  23
17.5” X 11.75” X 3.5”

 Short Stories—Published 1969-1970

133.  “Married To a 25-Year-Old Infant.” Daring Romances. May 1969: 26-27, 34-39.
        
 a.  Typed manuscript—“They Call It Love”
         
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Correspondence
134.  “Dear Mark, I’m Going to Marry Your Brother.”  July 1969.
         
a.  Copy of agreement
135.  “The Neighbors Accused Us of Everything.” Secrets. August 1969: 22-23, 78-83.
         
a.  Typed manuscript—“My Husband, Right or Wrong”
         
b.  Copy of periodical
136.  “My World Ended on a Sunny Afternoon.” Modern Romances. August 1969: 20-21, 30-31, 63-64.
         
a.  Typed manuscript—“In the Name of Love”
        
b.  Copy of periodical
         
c.  Correspondence
137.  “Boy-Bait Carhop.” Modern Love. August 1969: 22-25, 80-82.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“Don’t Make My Baby Suffer for My Sin”
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Correspondence
138.  “I Couldn’t Let My Loved Ones Walk Alone.” Dauntless Books. September 1969.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Correspondence
        
c.  Statement
139.  “My Night of Terror.” Personal Romances. October 1969: 34-37, 74-82.
         
a.  Typed manuscript—“To Compromise With Evil”
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Statement
140.  “Right Kind of Love.” November 1969.
        
a.  Statement
141.  “I Couldn’t Put Yesterday Away.” Revealing Romances. December 1969: 22-23, 58-62.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“With Love for a Shelter”
        
b.  Two copies of periodical
142.  “He Went from Mr. Nice to Mr. Vice.” Confidential Confessions. February 1970: 26-27, 39-43.
        
a.  Two copies of periodical
143.  “‘Love Can Wait’ He Told Me.” Personal Romances. March 1970: 38-39.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“The Right Kind of Love”
        
b.  Two copies of periodical
144.  “One Baby Too Many.” True Romance.  April 1970: 4-8, 14, 75-76.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“A Little Girl for Luck”
        
b.  Two copies of periodical
        
c.  Copy of agreement
145.  “All the Faces of Sorrow.” April 1970.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Copy of agreement
146.  “Wedding That Wasn’t Mine.” Personal Romances. April 1970: 32-33.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“Nobody’s Giving My daughter Away for Me”
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Statement

Gertrude Bell Papers

Box 24
17.5” X 11.75” X 3.5”

Short Stories—Published 1970-1973

147.  “Trouble With Trotter.” Lookout.” June 7, 1970: 3, 13.
        
a.  Copy of periodical
        
b.  Typed manuscript
        
c.  Statements
148.  “Date We Didn’t Keep.” June 1970
       
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Statement
149.  “You’ve Got to Give Up the Baby!” Personal Romances.  June 1970: 36-37.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“Right Kind of Parents”
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Royalty statement
150.  ”I’ve Lost the Baby, Now We Can Wait.” Personal Romances. July 1970: 36-37.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—1st draft with revisions—“However Long We Wait”
        
b.  Typed manuscript—2nd draft—2 copies
        
c.  Typed manuscript—3rd draft with correspondence--2 copies
        
d.  Typed manuscript—Final draft
        
e.  Copy of periodical
        
f.  Correspondence
        
g.  Statement
151.  ”Can You Ever Forgive Your Daddy?” Personal Romances.  August 1970: 14-21, 70.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“A Bright and Shining Time”
        
b.  Two copies of periodical
        
c.  Statement
152.  “I Inherit All My Brother’s Women.” True Romance. March 1971: 44-47, 60-64.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“We Were Caught in Web of Lies”
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Copy of agreement
153.  “He Stole My Girl—I Was Left With Their Kids.” Dauntless Books. March 1971.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Correspondence
154.  “My Son, But I Wanted Him Dead.” Daring Romance. November 1971: 28-35.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“Why Can’t He Die”
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Correspondence
155.  “I Had a Guilty Secret.” October 1971.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Correspondence
156.  “Married All Over Again.” Dauntless Books. July 1972.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Correspondence
157.  “My Dog Made Me a Family Man.” True Confessions. October 1972: 34, 94-98.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“One Bit, Twice Shy”
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Correspondence
158.  “If He Isn’t Legitimate, He Isn’t Mine.” Revealing Romances. April 1973: 29, 68-74.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“A Little Gift of Love”
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Correspondence
159.  “The Growing Season.” True Experience.” May 1973: 23, 26, 57.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Two copies of periodical
        
c.  Copy of agreement
160.  “Dormant Season.” Dauntless Books. May 1973.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Revisions
        
c.  Correspondence
161.  “Litter of Love.” True Experiences.  June 1973: 39, 78-79.
        
a.  Typed manuscript
        
b.  Copy of periodical
        
c.  Copy of agreement
162.  “Man Never Runs Away.” True Experience. December 1973.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“Losing Worse Than Never Having”
        
b.  Correspondence
163.  “Other Side of the Coin.” Secrets.
        
a.  Typed manuscript—“Reunions”