Guide to the Elizabeth Knowlton Papers, 1891-1989

Collection number: MC 147
Size: 29 boxes (9.66 cu.ft.)

About Elizabeth Knowlton (1895-1989)

Elizabeth Knowlton, mountaineer and writer, consistently found her voice in climbing. She was born October 23, 1895 in Springfield, Massachusetts to Marcus Perrin Knowlton, Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of that state, and Rose Ladd Knowlton of Portland, Maine. A graduate of Vassar (A.B. 1916) and Radcliffe (M.A. 1917), Knowlton began climbing in the White Mountains at age seven. The endeavor which proved central to her life and work was her attempt on Nanga Parbat in Pakistan (Kashmir) with the other eight members of the German American Himalayan Expedition (henceforth abbreviated as GAHE) in 1932. Described by the Portland Press Herald as “a painter who will 'mother' the expedition,” Knowlton later countered, “I lived for over a month in a tent in the snow high upon the mountain–at over 20,000 feet.” She was one of the first women ever to reach that elevation (the first was Fanny Bullock-Workman, who made two ascents of over 22,000 feet in the Himalayas in the early 20th century) and reported back weekly to major papers in Europe and the U.S. on the expedition’s progress.

Knowlton considered herself more freelance writer than journalist, but her best writing is informed by a journalistic urge for clarity. Her continuing grief over the accidental death in 1932 of Rand Herron, the only other American on the GAHE, is manifest. She never married, but among her correspondents are a goddaughter – Caroline Herron, daughter of Rand Herron’s brother Davis – and a nephew by her brother Marcus P. Knowlton, also Marcus. Tirelessly pursuing both publication and intellectual discourse on salient issues of the day, Elizabeth Knowlton continued to hike the foothills when too old to climb. She died in Scituate, MA aged 93.

Knowlton’s two known published books are her story of the GAHE, The Naked Mountain, and a volume of poems, Grief is a Lonely Journey (New York: Comet Press Books, 1952), published under the pseudonymn Mary Hale Jessup. Also published were many of her articles about mountaineering, travel and culture. The fiftieth anniversary of her Nanga Parbat climb found Knowlton deep in a comprehensive chronological account of attempts on the mountain, a project which she never finished.

See Also:

  • Herrligkoffer, Karl M. Nanga Parbat. London: Elek Books, 1954.
  • Nuhl, Hermann. Nanga Parbat Pilgrimage. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1956.

A note on the collection: Wherever possible, verse manuscripts have been arranged chronologically by approximate date of first draft. A prior study of the correspondence will help direct the scholar of Knowlton’s verse and short nonfiction. Longer fiction suffers a pre/post World War II split and “crossdrafts” make dating difficult. Some explanation of the manuscripts’ confused condition is found in Knowlton’s claim that they were vandalized – mixed up and sections stolen – in the 1970s (Box 9, f.12). Over the years her method of composition evolved from drafting large portions all at once, with few corrections, to arranging nests of fragments and inserts that were apparently reviewed by other members of writing classes in Cambridge–typewritten “hypertext” held together with straight pins. The curious will want to decipher Knowlton’s early diary entries and letters, passages of which are written in code.

About the Elizabeth Knowlton Papers

The Knowlton collection consists of correspondence, verse and prose manuscripts, published material, diaries, notes, clippings, ephemera and photographs. Among the unpublished works of fiction present in the papers are the climbing novel Avalanche Wind (variously titled This Nettle Danger, Here Living Starts, Wind Between the Worlds, and Ramiwari); a spy novel, Condors’ Prey, and Anne Wilson (Suburbia, Summits and Stars, Introduction to Adventure: A Wife Writes), a psychological novel about the wife of an astronaut. Some of Knowlton’s most poignant verse is in Box 25, Folder 35: a sequence devoted to Rand Herron shortly after his death.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

This collection is open.

Copyright Notice

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], [Folder number], [Box number], Elizabeth Knowlton Papers, 1891-1989, MC 147, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.

Acquisitions Information

Purchase, Dewolfe and Wood, Alfred, ME, 1995 (Accession number: 95.017)

Collection Arrangement

Roughly chronological within series.

Collection Contents

Series 1: Correspondence, 1916-1984

(9 Boxes)

Subseries A: To Elizabeth Knowlton

Box 1
Box 1, Folder 11921-1928, and undated (17)
Box 1, Folder 21930-1931 (16: 6 in French, 1 in German)
Box 1, Folder 3Jan - April 1932 (18: 1 in French)
Box 1, Folder 4May 1932 (16: 2 in German)
Box 1, Folder 5June 1932 (10: 1 in German)
Box 1, Folder 6July 1932 (13: 1 in German)
Box 1, Folder 7Aug - Oct 1932 (13)
Box 1, Folder 8Nov - Dec 1932 (15)
Box 1, Folder 9c. 1932 (no month given), from her mother (11)
Box 1, Folder 10Jan - Oct, 1933 (10)
Box 1, Folder 11Nov - Dec 1933 (21)
Box 1, Folder 12Jan - Feb 1934 (12)
Box 1, Folder 13March - May 1934 (14)
Box 1, Folder 14June - Dec 1934 (17: 1 in French)
Box 1, Folder 15Jan - Aug 1935 (13: 2 in French)
Box 1, Folder 16Sept - Dec 1935 (21)
Box 1, Folder 17Jan - March 1936 (14)
Box 1, Folder 18April - July 1936 (13)
Box 1, Folder 19Aug - Dec 1936 (18)
Box 1, Folder 201937 (15)
Box 1, Folder 211938 (16)
Box 1, Folder 221939-1940 (11)
Box 2
Box 2, Folder 1Jan - April 1941 (14)
Box 2, Folder 2May - June 1941 (11)
Box 2, Folder 3Aug - Dec 1941 (9)
Box 2, Folder 4March - Sept 1942 (13)
Box 2, Folder 5Oct - Dec 1942 (10)
Box 2, Folder 61943 (18)
Box 2, Folder 7Jan - Sept 1944 (20)
Box 2, Folder 8Oct - Nov 1944 (14)
Box 2, Folder 9Dec 1944 (5)
Box 2, Folder 10Christmas cards, 1944 (22)
Box 2, Folder 11Jan - May 1945 (22)
Box 2, Folder 12June - July 1945 (7)
Box 2, Folder 13Aug - Sept 1945 (16)
Box 2, Folder 14Oct - Dec 1945 (15)
Box 2, Folder 15Christmas cards, 1945 (25)
Box 2, Folder 16Jan - May 1946 (18)
Box 2, Folder 17July - Aug 1946 (9)
Box 2, Folder 18Sept - Dec 1946 (14)
Box 2, Folder 191947 (19)
Box 2, Folder 20Jan - June 1948 (7)
Box 2, Folder 21July - Dec 1948 (10)
Box 2, Folder 22Jan - April 1949 (14)
Box 2, Folder 23May 1949 (5)
Box 2, Folder 24June 1949 (8)
Box 2, Folder 25July - Dec 1950 (26: 2 in German)
Box 2, Folder 261940s? (10)
Box 3
Box 3, Folder 1Jan 1950 (16)
Box 3, Folder 2Feb - March 1950 (8)
Box 3, Folder 3April - May 1950 (13)
Box 3, Folder 4June - July 1950 (11)
Box 3, Folder 5Aug - Dec 1950 (12: 2 addressed to "Mrs. Jessup")
Box 3, Folder 6Jan - July 1951 (14: 2 addressed to "Mrs. Jessup)
Box 3, Folder 7Aug - Oct 1951 (13)
Box 3, Folder 8Nov - Dec 1951 (12)
Box 3, Folder 9Jan - May 1952 (14: 3 from Comet Press Books, regarding the publication of Grief is a Lonely Journey)
Box 3, Folder 10Jun - Aug 1952 (18: 3 from Comet Press Books)
Box 3, Folder 11Sept 1952 (17: 3 from Comet Press Books)
Box 3, Folder 12Oct 1952 (13: 3 from Comet Press Books)
Box 3, Folder 13Nov 1952 (16: 2 from Comet Press Books, addressed to "Mrs. Jessup" regarding a dispute)
Box 3, Folder 14Dec 1952 (13)
Box 3, Folder 15Jan - March 1953 (25: 1 from Comet Press Books, addressed to "Mrs. Jessup," 4 from attorney Vincent J. Connelly regarding dispute with Comet Press Books)
Box 3, Folder 16April - May 1953 (10)
Box 3, Folder 17June 1953 (16)
Box 3, Folder 18July 1953 (11)
Box 3, Folder 19Aug 1953 (8)
Box 3, Folder 20Sept - Oct 1953 (5)
Box 3, Folder 21Nov - Dec 1953 (8)
Box 3, Folder 221953, no months given (8)
Box 3, Folder 23Jan - May 1954 (17: 1 to "Mary Jessup"; 1 from Comet Press Books)
Box 3, Folder 24June 1954 (6: 1 to "Mrs. Jessup"; 1 from Comet Press Books)
Box 3, Folder 25July 1954 (5)
Box 3, Folder 26Aug 1954 (5: 1 form Comet Press Books)
Box 3, Folder 27Sept - Oct 1954 (9)
Box 3, Folder 28Nov - Dec 1954 (17)
Box 4
Box 4, Folder 1Jan - Feb 1955 (19: 1 from Comet Pres Books)
Box 4, Folder 2March - April 1955 (8: 2 from Comet Press Books)
Box 4, Folder 3May 1955 (9)
Box 4, Folder 4June - July 1955 (9: 1 from Comet Press Books)
Box 4, Folder 5Aug 1955 (15: 2 Comet Press Books)
Box 4, Folder 6Sept - Dec 1955 (17: 1 from Comet Press Books)
Box 4, Folder 7Jan - April 1956 (21: 4 from Comet Press Books about termination of contract)
Box 4, Folder 8July - Dec 1956 (33)
Box 4, Folder 9Jan - April 1957 (13)
Box 4, Folder 10May - Dec 1957 (16)
Box 4, Folder 11Jan - May 1958 (18)
Box 4, Folder 12June - Dec 1958 (11)
Box 4, Folder 13Jan - March 1959 (9)
Box 4, Folder 14April - Aug 1959 (18)
Box 4, Folder 15Sept - Dec 1959 (13)
Box 4, Folder 16Jan - April 1960 (18)
Box 4, Folder 17May 1960 (8: 2 from Park Avenue Literary Agency, including contract)
Box 4, Folder 18June 1960 (7: 5 from Park Avenue Literary Agency)
Box 4, Folder 19July - Dec 1960 (17: 6 from Park Avenue Literary Agency)
Box 4, Folder 20Jan - June 1961 (14: 1 from Park Avenue Literary Agency)
Box 4, Folder 21July - Aug 1961 (8)
Box 4, Folder 22Sept - Nov 1961 (11)
Box 4, Folder 23Dec 1961 (7)
Box 4, Folder 24Christmas cards, 1961 (20)
Box 5
Box 5, Folder 1Jan - Feb 1962 (9)
Box 5, Folder 2March - May 1962 (13)
Box 5, Folder 3June 1962 (17)
Box 5, Folder 4July 1962 (12)
Box 5, Folder 5Aug - Sept 1962 (15)
Box 5, Folder 6Oct 1962 (including a letter from Dorothea [Mrs. I. A.] Richards, with poem in typescript signed by I. A. R.) (11)
Box 5, Folder 7Nov 1962 (11)
Box 5, Folder 8Dec 1962 (11)
Box 5, Folder 9Jan - May 1963 (14)
Box 5, Folder 10June 1963 (4)
Box 5, Folder 11July - Sept 1963 (8)
Box 5, Folder 12Oct - Dec 1963 (15)
Box 5, Folder 13Jan - Feb 1964 (13)
Box 5, Folder 14March 1964 (12)
Box 5, Folder 15April 1964 (6)
Box 5, Folder 16May - June 1964 (8)
Box 5, Folder 17July - Nov 1964 (7: 1 in French)
Box 5, Folder 18Dec 1964 (16)
Box 5, Folder 191964, no month given (from Jean Webster in regard to Crowder’s Storage Company’s handling of her belongings) (23)
Box 5, Folder 20Jan - March 1965 (Ruth Chase Kirkland, Jan 28, 1965) (17)
Box 5, Folder 21April - Aug 1965 (11)
Box 5, Folder 22Sept - Nov 1965 (22: 1 in French)
Box 5, Folder 23Dec 1965 (27)
Box 5, Folder 24Jan - April 1966 (15)
Box 5, Folder 25May - Sept 1966 (17)
Box 5, Folder 26Oct - Nov 1966 (18)
Box 5, Folder 27Dec 1966 (15)
Box 6
Box 6, Folder 1Jan - May 1967 (18)

Folders 23-28 contain undated letters arranged alphabetically

Box 6, Folder 2June - July 1967 (12)
Box 6, Folder 3Aug - Dec 1967 (22)
Box 6, Folder 4Jan - April 1968 (16: 1 in French)
Box 6, Folder 5May - Dec 1968 (16)
Box 6, Folder 6April - Nov 1969 (10)
Box 6, Folder 7Dec 1969 (12)
Box 6, Folder 8Jan - April 1970 (6)
Box 6, Folder 9May - Dec 1970 (13)
Box 6, Folder 101971 (12)
Box 6, Folder 111972 (8)
Box 6, Folder 121973 (10)
Box 6, Folder 131974 (12)
Box 6, Folder 14Jan - July 1975 (10)
Box 6, Folder 15Aug - Dec 1975 (10)
Box 6, Folder 16Jan - April 1976 (6)
Box 6, Folder 17May - Dec 1976 (14)
Box 6, Folder 181977 (7)
Box 6, Folder 191978 (7)
Box 6, Folder 201979 (11)
Box 6, Folder 211970s? (5)
Box 6, Folder 221980s (20)
Box 6, Folder 23Adams - Buck, including Elinor Babson (35)
Box 6, Folder 24Campbell - Cromwell, including Josephine (Mrs. B. Preston Clark) Downes (15)
Box 6, Folder 25Dodge - Dwight, including Anne (Mrs. Frank Harley) Downes (10)
Box 6, Folder 26Easton - Goodrich (15)
Box 6, Folder 27Haller - Johnson (17)
Box 6, Folder 28[from] Eleanor Huse
Box 7
Box 7, Folder 1[from] Ruth (Mrs. Edward C.) Kirkland (13)
Box 7, Folder 2[from] Marcus P. Knowlton and family (wife Merry, children Laurie and Marc), and from E.K.’s mother (24)
Box 7, Folder 3Knowlton [no relation] - Meda Lynn (10)
Box 7, Folder 4Mann - Myles (21)
Box 7, Folder 5[from] Grace Overmyer (15)
Box 7, Folder 6Peterson - Romer (16)
Box 7, Folder 7Smith - Vollrath (16)
Box 7, Folder 8[from] Fritz Weissner and family (7)
Box 7, Folder 9Wallace - Winkel (16)
Box 7, Folder 10[from] Jean Webster (11)
Box 7, Folder 11[from] Helen (Mrs. Trell) Yokum (7)
Box 7, Folder 12[from] Helen (Mrs. Trell) Yokum (7)
Box 7, Folder 13[by first name or unidentified] (17)
Box 7, Folder 14[by first name or unidentified] (18)
Box 7, Folder 15[by first name or unidentified] (15)
Box 7, Folder 16[by first name or unidentified] (10)
Box 7, Folder 17[by first name or unidentified] (25)

Subseries B: From Elizabeth Knowlton

Many of the pieces of correspondence from Knowlton are handwritten drafts of letters later typed and sent. These drafts are not always complete. Much of the correspondence is letters to the editors of the New York Times. Also included are letters to publishing houses such as Harcourt and Double Day, and magazines such as the Christian Science Monitor, Ladies' Home Journal, and Atlantic Monthly.

Box 7, Folder 181916(?)-1921 (21)
Box 7, Folder 191922-1928 (16)
Box 7, Folder 201920s(?)-1931 (11)
Box 7, Folder 211932 (11)
Box 7, Folder 22May - Sept 14, 1933 (8)
Box 7, Folder 23Sept 18 - Dec 1933 (8)
Box 7, Folder 241934 (13)
Box 7, Folder 251935 (7)
Box 7, Folder 261936-1937 (7)
Box 8
Box 8, Folder 11938-1939 (8)
Box 8, Folder 21940-1941 (10)
Box 8, Folder 31942-1944 (10)
Box 8, Folder 41945 (8)
Box 8, Folder 51946 (15)
Box 8, Folder 61946? (14)
Box 8, Folder 71947-1948 (9)
Box 8, Folder 8Jan - May 1949 (9)
Box 8, Folder 9June - Oct 1949 (15)
Box 8, Folder 101950 (12)
Box 8, Folder 111951 (14)
Box 8, Folder 12March - June 1952 (11: 9 to Comet Press Books regarding Grief is a Lonely Journey)
Box 8, Folder 13July - Sept 1952 (17: 16 to Comet Press Books)
Box 8, Folder 14Oct 1952 (12: 4 to Comet Press Books)
Box 8, Folder 15Nov 1952 (15: 3 to Comet Press Books; those and most of the rest of the letters are regarding the publishing dispute between Knowlton and the agency)
Box 8, Folder 16Dec 1952 (10: 1 to Comet Press Books; 1 to Vincent Connelly regarding dispute)
Box 8, Folder 171953 (8: 1 to Comet Press Books)
Box 8, Folder 18March - July 1954 (21: 3 to Comet Press Books)
Box 8, Folder 19Aug - Dec 1954 (13)
Box 8, Folder 20Jan - Sept 1955 (11: 4 to Comet Press Books)
Box 8, Folder 211955? (8)
Box 8, Folder 221956 (24: 4 to Comet Press Books)
Box 8, Folder 231956? (16)
Box 8, Folder 241957 (5)
Box 8, Folder 251958 (12)
Box 8, Folder 261959 (8)
Box 8, Folder 271960-1961 (10)
Box 8, Folder 28Jan - May 1962 (15)
Box 8, Folder 29June - Dec 1962 (16)
Box 8, Folder 301963 (15)
Box 8, Folder 311964 (27: 1 letter to Jackie Kennedy gifting a copy of Grief is a Lonely Journey)
Box 8, Folder 321965 (22)
Box 8, Folder 331966 (12)
Box 9
Box 9, Folder 11967 (10)
Box 9, Folder 21968-1970 (15)
Box 9, Folder 31971 (12)
Box 9, Folder 41972-1973 (13)
Box 9, Folder 51974 (14)
Box 9, Folder 61975 (15)
Box 9, Folder 71976 (9)
Box 9, Folder 81977-1978 (8)
Box 9, Folder 91979 (7)
Box 9, Folder 101980s (24)
Box 9, Folder 11Undated (33)
Box 9, Folder 12Undated, regarding vandalism to Knowlton’s manuscripts (1)

Subseries C: Others to Others

Box 9, Folder 13To Jean Webster from Ruth Tuttle, undated (3)
Box 9, Folder 14Letters regarding Eleanor Huse memorial (10)
Box 9, Folder 15Personal correspondence (13)
Box 9, Folder 16Business correspondence, including health insurance, speaking engagements, etc. (26)
Box 9, Folder 17Regarding Knowlton's writing and publishing (15)

Series 2: Mountaineering and Travel, 1914-1979

(4 Boxes)

Subseries A: Published Works by Elizabeth Knowlton [on Climbing and Travel]

Box 10
Box 10, Folder 1Partial lists of published material, 1939?
Box 10, Folder 2“The North,” Vassar Miscellany, March 1914, p. 359
Box 10, Folder 3“A Captive in the City Speaks to the City Dweller” [poem], Vassar Miscellany, March 1916, p. 356
Box 10, Folder 4“Iceland, Summer Host to World Flyers,” New York Herald Tribune, Aug 10, 1924, n.p.
Box 10, Folder 5“Digging Up Carthage,” The Nation, Oct 8, 1924, p. 466; “France in Algeria and Tunisia,” The Nation, Sept 29, 1926, p. 466
Box 10, Folder 6“By Steamer Around the Land of the Sagas,” Travel, Sept 1924, p. 25
Box 10, Folder 7“Ungilded Corners of the Riviera,” Travel, Dec 1924, p. 36
Box 10, Folder 8“Ghosts Walk Among Ruins Near Carthage,” Springfield Sunday Republican, July 12, 1925, n.p.
Box 10, Folder 9“Climbing in the Coolins of Skye,” Appalachia, Dec 1928, p. 112
Box 10, Folder 10“On Rocks,” The American Alpine Journal 1, no. 3, 1931, p. 340
Box 10, Folder 11“World’s 7th Highest Peak Turns Back its Invaders,” Springfield Union, Oct 2, 1932, p.1. (Front-page article featuring excerpts from Knowlton’s chronicle of the GAHE, plus photos and artwork attributed to Knowlton)
Box 10, Folder 12“Party Now in India for Record Climb,” New York Times, May 9, 1932, n.p.; “Boston Woman Tells of Great Adventure,” NYT, n.d.
Box 10, Folder 13Other NYT articles about the GAHE, 1932
Box 10, Folder 14Originals of newspaper articles by Knowlton on the GAHE, 1932
Box 10, Folder 15“Those Climbing Americans,” Independent Woman, July 1935, p. 218
Box 10, Folder 16“The Latest Invasion of Mexico,” The Nation, Dec 18, 1935, p. 707
Box 10, Folder 17“An American Tourist Speaks” [poem] Boston Herald, Aug 29, 1942, n.d.
Box 10, Folder 18“Speaking of Mountaineers” [proofs] Appalachia, Dec 1942, n.d.
Box 10, Folder 19“The Coolin” [poem], Appalachia?, n.d.
Box 10, Folder 20“On the `Voice of America’” [letter] NYT, July 3, 1949, n.p.
Box 10, Folder 21“Attempts to Climb Himalayas” [letter] NYT, July 25, 1953, n.p.; “Cleanliness of German Cities” [letter] NYT, Jan 31, 1955, n.p.
Box 10, Folder 22“Tourists Abroad–Today’s Winning Entry” [travel story contest] New York Herald Tribune, July 2, 1956, n.p.
Box 10, Folder 23“Bergfahrten in Colombien,” Nos Montagnes (SFAC, 1942 [first page only]); notice in Berge der Welt 3, 1948 [sic]
Box 10, Folder 24“Canada’s Arctic Treasure,” Christian Science Monitor, Oct 24, 1963, n.p.
Box 10, Folder 25Memorial to Eleanor Baker Huse by Knowlton and Susan Nichols Pulsifer, 1964?
Box 10, Folder 26“Camping out in High Style,” NYT, Sept 5, 1965, n.p.
Box 10, Folder 27“Hunting Himalayas in Nepal,” Appalachia 35, no. 4, Dec 15, 1965, p. 587 (plus proofs)
Box 10, Folder 28“Old Folks at Home are Right at Home in Tents,” NYT, June 5, 1966, n.p.
Box 10, Folder 29“Resorts–Africa” [galley proofs] NYT, June 1967
Box 10, Folder 30“The Greatest Attraction of Africa is the People,” NYT, July 28, 1968, n.p.
Box 10, Folder 31“Fanny Bullock Workman,” Notable American Women 1607-1950, Cambridge, MA: The Belknap Press, 1971, p.672

Subseries B: German American Himalayan Expedition (GAHE) 1932 supporting documents

Box 10, Folder 32“Club Alpino Italiano illustrati dall’On. Manaresi a Bolzano,” Lo Scarpone, Oct 1, 1931, n.p. (mentions Herron and Merkl, GAHE members)
Box 10, Folder 33Lists of GAHE members’ other climbs and expeditions in English and German [plus supplement by Knowlton], p. 36
Box 10, Folder 34Newspaper articles about the GAHE, Spring/summer 1932
Box 10, Folder 35Newspaper articles about the GAHE, Spring/summer 1932
Box 10, Folder 36Newspaper articles about the GAHE, Spring/summer 1932
Box 10, Folder 37Originals of newspaper clippings about the GAHE, 1932
Box 10, Folder 38Lists of equipment and supplies, addresses c. 1932
Box 10, Folder 39Lists of equipment and supplies, addresses c. 1932
Box 10, Folder 40Lists of equipment and supplies, addresses c. 1932
Box 10, Folder 41Hotel and train receipts, 1932
Box 10, Folder 42Hotel and train receipts, 1932
Box 10, Folder 43Hotel and train receipts, 1932
Box 10, Folder 44Map of the Himalayas, n.d.
Box 10, Folder 45Notices of lectures given by Knowlton, mostly about GAHE, 1933-1935
Box 10, Folder 46Knowlton’s notes on what happened to Rand Herron, with two addresses
Box 10, Folder 47Rand Herron’s death notice Time, Oct 24, 1932: n.p.; other publications

Subseries C: Newspaper Clippings and Other Publications

Box 11
Box 11, Folder 1Arthur Perkins, “Failure of the attack on Kanchenjunga” [featuring Ernest Wood Johnson] Mountain Magazine, March 1931, p.9
Box 11, Folder 2“British Expedition to Mount Kamet: A Giant of the Himalaya” [photo essay], The Times, April 4, 1931, n.p.
Box 11, Folder 3“Call out the Crag Rats!” April 2, 1932, n.p.
Box 11, Folder 4Newspaper accounts of 1932 Lindley expedition to McKinley for cosmic ray tests
Box 11, Folder 5German newspaper accounts of 1934 Nanga Parbat expedition, 1934-1935
Box 11, Folder 6American newspaper accounts of 1934 Nanga Parbat expedition, plus reviews of Fritz Bechtold’s book on same
Box 11, Folder 7Rockwell Kent, “Would Preserve Whiteface” [Letter to the Editor] NYT, April 12, 1934, n.p.
Box 11, Folder 8“Springfield Woman [EK] Scales Peak in Canadian Rockies” [partial--source unknown] 1939?
Box 11, Folder 9Hal Burton, “The Lure of the Murdering Mountain” [Matterhorn, Zermatt, Switzerland] Saturday Evening Post, March 3, 1951, n.p.
Box 11, Folder 10Newspaper articles about the Virgin Islands, 1951
Box 11, Folder 11[Article on Annapurna, Himalayas], The Illustrated London News, March 15, 1952, n.p.
Box 11, Folder 12Newpaper and magazine articles on Mt. Everest attacks and conquest, 1932-1953
Box 11, Folder 13[Mt. Everest, the second Swiss attempt], The Illustrated London News, Jan 24, 1953, n.p. and Time (n.d.): n.p.
Box 11, Folder 14Coverage of the British Mt. Everest expedition conquest, The Illustrated London News, June 25 and 27, 1953, n.p.
Box 11, Folder 15“The First Ascent of Mount Everest,” supplement to The Times, July 1953, n.p.
Box 11, Folder 16[On the conquest of Everest] Life, June 29 and July 13, 1953, n.p.
Box 11, Folder 17Robert H. Bates, “We met Death on K-2,” The Saturday Evening Post, Dec 5, 1953, p.19
Box 11, Folder 18[On the Nevado Salcantay (Andes) expedition] The Saturday Evening Post, Feb 7, 1953, p. 17
Box 11, Folder 19Articles on the conquest of Nanga Parbat and K2, Himalayas, 1953-1954
Box 11, Folder 20Photo and caption, K2 (Mount Godwin-Austen), The Illustrated London News, Aug 14, 1954, n.p.
Box 11, Folder 21[On the conquest of K2] Life, Oct 11, 1954, n.p.
Box 11, Folder 22“New Peak to Conquer” [attempt on Tricmir, Karachi, Pakistan] ?, 1955
Box 11, Folder 23James Ramsey Ullman, “Killer Mountain” [Nanga Parbat] True, Feb 1957, p. 24
Box 11, Folder 24Robert Halmi, “Camera Safari,” True?, 1957, p. 27
Box 11, Folder 25Woodrow Wilson Sayre, “Commando Raid on Everest,” Life, March 22, 1963, n.p.
Box 11, Folder 26Materials on women climbers in the Himalayas, 1964-1982
Box 11, Folder 27Materials on Mt McKinley and The Mountaineering Club of Alaska, 1970-1977
Box 11, Folder 28“International Himalayan Expedition 1971–Mount Everest Direttissima.”
Box 11, Folder 29Newspaper articles about other expeditions, 1932-1974 and n.d.
Box 11, Folder 30[On Betsy Strong Cowles, AAC] American Magazine, Nov 1955, p. 47
Box 11, Folder 31“Ascent: II. Whymper and Mummery,” New Yorker, March 13, 1965, p.130 [partial]
Box 11, Folder 32“List of Mountaineering Clubs,” “University Climbing Clubs,” “Mountaineering Clubs and Their Publications,” 1966
Box 11, Folder 33Obituaries of Annie S. Peck (in NYT (October 20, 1984): n.p. and others)
Box 11, Folder 34Published autobiographical sketches of Elsie Burr (Mrs. Philip H.) Sherwood and Anna B. Stearns regarding travel [source unknown]
Box 11, Folder 35“Patterns of Eskimo Deviance in a New Eastern Arctic Town,” Research Previews 12, no.1, Jan 1965, n.p. [offprint]
Box 11, Folder 36Conservation questionnaire, Appalachia 40, no.1, Jan - Feb 1984, p.15 [partially filled out by EK]

Subseries D: Clubs and Associations

Box 11, Folder 37Alpine Club of Canada, 1957-1971
Box 11, Folder 38American Alpine Club, By-laws and registers, 1956, 1959-1961
Box 11, Folder 39American Alpine Club, By-laws and registers, 1962, 1965, 1971
Box 11, Folder 40American Alpine Club, list of publications, supplemental membership information, member card, 1934-1937
Box 11, Folder 41American Alpine Club, membership handbooks, 1974, 1980, 1988
Box 12
Box 12, Folder 1American Alpine Club, miscellaneous materials, 1953-1988 and n.d.
Box 12, Folder 2American Alpine Club Certificate of Appreciation (1982) and “Youngest Climber Award” (1983)
Box 12, Folder 3Materials on Rendez-Vous Hautes Montagnes (a division of the American Alpine Club), 1968-1977 [see also typescripts in MSS series, Box 17, f.5]
Box 12, Folder 4American Geographical Society materials, 1958-1959
Box 12, Folder 5Appalachian Mountain Club, 1959-1967
Box 12, Folder 6Appalachian Mountain Club, 1971-1975
Box 12, Folder 7Appalachian Mountain Club, 1975-1976
Box 12, Folder 8Appalachian Mountain Club materials, 1965-1978 [including Appalachian Trailway News, May 1970]
Box 12, Folder 9Arctic Institute of North America materials, 1962-1963, plus map of Polar Region, western hemisphere
Box 12, Folder 10Groupe de Haute Montagne, 1934-1937
Box 12, Folder 11The Himalaya Club, 1950-1978
Box 12, Folder 12Ladies' Alpine Club, 1961-1963
Box 12, Folder 13Ladies' Alpine Club, 1964-1966
Box 12, Folder 14Ladies' Alpine Club, 1968-1970
Box 12, Folder 15Ladies' Alpine Club, misc papers, 1962-1967
Box 12, Folder 16Other mountaineering clubs, 1934-1979, Adirondack-Alpinisme
Box 12, Folder 17Other mountaineering clubs, 1934-1979, American-Schweizerische
Box 12, Folder 18Randolph Mountain Club, 1934-1952
Box 13
Box 13, Folder 1Sierra Club materials, 1962-1979 and n.d.
Box 13, Folder 2Society of Woman Geographers materials, 1935-1947
Box 13, Folder 3Society of Woman Geographers materials, 1948-1960
Box 13, Folder 4Society of Woman Geographers materials, 1961-1979
Box 13, Folder 5Society of Woman Geographers miscellaneous papers, 1934-1977
Box 13, Folder 6Women’s Travel Club and Explorers Club, materials, 1957-1975
Box 13, Folder 7Memorials to Miriam Underhill (Women's Travel Club), including one by Knowlton, 1974

Subseries E: Miscellaneous

Box 13, Folder 8Advertisements, pamphlets, and brochures
Box 13, Folder 9Maps
Box 13, Folder 10Publicity materials, reviews, and lists for books on climbing/mountaineering
Box 13, Folder 11Travel permits and itineraries
Box 13, Folder 12Unused postcards
Box 13, Folder 13Unused postcards

Series 3: Other Activities and Interests, 1890-1980s

(3 Boxes)

Subseries A: Clubs and associations

Box 13, Folder 14Black Affairs Council, Black Unitarian Universalist Caucus, Cambridge Black Liberation Front materials [portions possibly by Knowlton] n.d.
Box 13, Folder 15Social Responsibility Committee materials and other materials on race relations, 1960s and 1970s
Box 13, Folder 16Memorial to Margaret Adams by Ron Engel, Jan 8, 1978, with other Unitarian Universalist materials
Box 13, Folder 17Alumnae affairs materials, including Knowlton’s letter to Vassar Class of 1916, April 1957 - 1971
Box 13, Folder 18Noyes School of Rhythm [Valeria Ladd] materials, 1934-1974
Box 13, Folder 19Astronomy class notes, 1974
Box 13, Folder 20Cambridge Center [William Bestor] writing group materials, including some critical commentary, 1974
Box 13, Folder 21Various Authors' Groups/Organizations, 1938-1958
Box 13, Folder 22Poetry workshop materials, plus notes by Knowlton, 1967
Box 13, Folder 23Cambridge Forum notices, with Knowlton’s notes, 1970s
Box 13, Folder 24Manuscript Club of Boston materials, 1976-1978
Box 13, Folder 25The Williamson Log, 1948, 1953

Subseries B: Clippings/Pamphlets [on Subjects Other Than Mountaineering]

Box 13, Folder 26Corey Ford, “Nobody Marries the Hero,” Saturday Evening Post, May 16, 1936, n.p.
Box 13, Folder 27Indexed map of Boston (Brookline) Massachusetts, 1938
Box 13, Folder 28Ford Sunday Evening Hour programs transcripts, “Modern Pioneers,” “Palm Sunday,” and music selections, Jan - March, 1940
Box 13, Folder 29War news clippings, 1941 and n.d.
Box 13, Folder 30Pamphlets about streptomycin and transcripts of radio broadcasts, 1945
Box 13, Folder 31Clippings about streptomycin, 1945-1946 and n.d.
Box 13, Folder 32Clippings on other medical subjects, 1945-1946 and n.d.
Box 13, Folder 33Clippings on African American issues, n.d.
Box 13, Folder 34Clippings on literature, science and the arts, 1936-1963 and n.d.
Box 14
Box 14, Folder 1Clippings on society, politics and humor, 1923-1970 and n.d.
Box 14, Folder 2Kham, Nguyen Khac. An Introduction to Vietnamese Culture. Tokyo: The Centre for East Asian Cultural Studies, 1967
Box 14, Folder 3Sylvia Plath, “Three Women: A Poem for Three Voices,” Ms, Spring 1972, 85

Subseries C: Family/Biographical Materials and Miscellaneous Personal Papers

Box 14, Folder 4Calendar/appointment books, 1929-1979
Box 14, Folder 5Address books, 1920s-1930s
Box 14, Folder 6Names, addresses, other lists from the 1920s and 1930s
Box 14, Folder 7Names, addresses, other lists from the 1940s
Box 14, Folder 8Names, addresses, other lists from 1950s
Box 14, Folder 9Names, addresses, other lists from the 1960s-1980s
Box 14, Folder 10Names, addresses, other lists, n.d.
Box 14, Folder 11Receipts and brochures from the 1920s and 1930s
Box 14, Folder 12Receipts and brochures from the 1940s
Box 14, Folder 13Receipts and brochures from the 1950s
Box 14, Folder 14Receipts and brochures from the 1960s-1980s
Box 14, Folder 15Receipts from the Seiler Hotels, Zermatt July - Sept, 1966
Box 14, Folder 16Lab work, fingerprints, passports
Box 14, Folder 17Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN) information, 1949
Box 14, Folder 18"Diet Reference Chart," "Diet List," "How to Live" [pamphlet, by Life Extension Examiners, NY], n.d.
Box 14, Folder 19Life insurance
Box 14, Folder 20Webster/Knowlton genealogy
Box 14, Folder 21Knowlton family receipts, clippings, biographical entries, 1803-1960s?
Box 14, Folder 22Letters to Knowlton family, 1890-1932
Box 14, Folder 23Copybook in French from Ecole de S.S. Anges, West Manchester, NH, 1907-1908
Box 14, Folder 24Report card from The Hotchkiss School, January 23, 1909
Box 14, Folder 25Official abstract from Records of Birth, Division of Vital Statistics, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, July 24, 1942
Box 14, Folder 26Calling cards, engraving plate, library card
Box 15
Box 15, Folder 1Will (first version) signed May 18, 1942
Box 15, Folder 2Documents relating to sale of securities to Union Trust Company of Springfield, MA, May 20, 1942
Box 15, Folder 3Union Trust Company statements and deposit slip, 1946 and 1947
Box 15, Folder 4Will (second version) signed January 18, 1949
Box 15, Folder 5Jean Webster’s job application and list of names and addresses
Box 15, Folder 6Will (third version), First Codicil and Indenture of Trust, 1967, unsigned
Box 15, Folder 7Signed emendation to will, January 15, 1967
Box 15, Folder 8Obituaries of Knowlton plus biographical entries and biographical notes, some by Knowlton

Series 4: Manuscripts, 1912-1978

(14 Boxes)

Subseries A: Diary (photocopy)

Box 15, Folder 9Diary entries, 1912-1923
Box 15, Folder 10Diary entries, April - May 1956
Box 15, Folder 11Diary, scattered entries, 1913-1968
Box 15, Folder 12Diary, scattered entries, 1913-1968
Box 15, Folder 13Diary, scattered entries, 1913-1968
Box 15, Folder 14Diary, scattered entries, 1913-1968
Box 15, Folder 15Diary, scattered entries, 1913-1968

Subseries B: Short prose works

Box 15, Folder 16“I Bellagio II Ann III Frances” (draft) n.d.
Box 15, Folder 17“Roommates” (typescript), published in Vassar Miscellany Monthly, 1916
Box 15, Folder 18“The Little White Kitten” (typescripts), published in Vassar Miscellany Monthly, 1916
Box 15, Folder 19“Snapshots of the Battlefront, 1920″ (typescript) course paper
Box 15, Folder 20“An Artist in Failure” (typescript) course paper, 1916?
Box 15, Folder 21“The First Part of a Talk on Expository Writing by Charles Townsend Copeland (Condensed and Murdered by Elizabeth Knowlton)” (typescript) course paper, 1916?
Box 15, Folder 22“Abigail and the Good Young Man” (typescript) writing assignment, 1916?
Box 15, Folder 23“Abigail and the Good Young Man” (typescript) synopsis, 1919(?), plus rejection slips, n.d.
Box 15, Folder 24“Abigail and the Good Young Man” (typescripts), 1923(?) and fragment, n.d.
Box 15, Folder 25[Story of Knowlton's 1914 trip to Europe] (partial draft) 1917
Box 15, Folder 26“A Plea for Economics” (typescript) course paper, 1917
Box 15, Folder 27“The Little Things” and “Lookers-on” [sketches] (typescripts), 1918?
Box 15, Folder 28Challenge: The Square Peg (draft), 1919?
Box 15, Folder 29Challenge: The Square Peg (draft), 1919?
Box 15, Folder 30Challenge: The Square Peg (draft), 1919?
Box 15, Folder 31Seeing the World, With the Perfect Economist," (typescript) 1919?
Box 15, Folder 32“Economics and Our Colleges” (typescript), 1919?
Box 15, Folder 33“The Sorceress” (typescript), 1919?
Box 15, Folder 34“The End” and “Seed” (typescripts) fragments, 1919(?) and 1923(?) with rejection slips
Box 15, Folder 35“On Rejection Slips’ (typescripts), 1919? and 1933?
Box 15, Folder 36[Reindeer Man] (typescripts) fragments and abstract; (draft) fragment, 1919? and n.d.
Box 15, Folder 37“Unemployed” (typescript), 1921?
Box 15, Folder 38“Lord Leverhulme’s Experiment” (typescript), 1922?
Box 15, Folder 39[on Iceland] (drafts), 1923?
Box 15, Folder 40["The Icelandic Renaissance"] (typescript with draft), 1923?
Box 15, Folder 41“The Icelandic Renaissance” (typescripts) plus fragments, 1923?
Box 16
Box 16, Folder 1“Iceland: The Land of the Warm Welcome” (typescripts and fragments) 1923?
Box 16, Folder 2“Fisher-folk, Fjords and Flowers in Northern Iceland” (typescript), 1924?
Box 16, Folder 3“An Unconsidered Trifle” (typescript), 1924?
Box 16, Folder 4“A Woman of Thirty: A Study” (draft), 1925?
Box 16, Folder 5“On Rocks” (draft), 1925? [published 1931]
Box 16, Folder 6“Sophia” and “Philipp” [sketches] (drafts), 1925?
Box 16, Folder 7“Some Balkan Towns” (typescripts), 1928?
Box 16, Folder 8“The Rope/Black Coolins” (drafts), 1922 and 1928?
Box 16, Folder 9“The Rope” (typescript), 1928?
Box 16, Folder 10“Black Coolins” (fire-damaged typescript), n.d.
Box 16, Folder 11“The Rope” (typescript) )1962 version), plus commentary by H. Hull and Gabe Lanci
Box 16, Folder 12“Mountain Interlude” (typescript with draft), 1930?
Box 16, Folder 13[on rockyside mountaineering] (typescript and drafts), 1934?
Box 16, Folder 14“The Latest Invasion of Mexico” (typescript with drafts), published 1935
Box 16, Folder 15Press release announcing reading by Langston Hughes in NYC, 1936 (typescript)
Box 16, Folder 16“Trips in the Canadian Rockies” (typescript), 1939?
Box 16, Folder 17[regarding Communism] (draft fragment), 1940?
Box 16, Folder 18“Is the New Barbarism Practical?” (typescripts), 1941
Box 16, Folder 19“Is the New Barbarism Practical?” (typescripts), 1941
Box 16, Folder 20“Climbing in Colombia” (typescript and drafts), 1942 to 1960?
Box 16, Folder 21[on San Francisco UN charter] (typescripts), 1945
Box 16, Folder 22“Day After Tomorrow” (typescript), 1946?
Box 16, Folder 23“People are Like Plants” (typescripts and drafts), 1946-1949?
Box 16, Folder 24“Change of Temperature” ["People Are Like Plants"] 1965?
Box 16, Folder 25EK’s translation of “A Warning for All” by Werner Friedmann, 1949?
Box 16, Folder 26“An Open Letter to a Publisher Friend” (typescript), 1949?
Box 16, Folder 27“The Enquiring Reporter in the Austrian Alps” (typescript), 1949?
Box 16, Folder 28“Note on the Austrian Alps–1949″ (typescript)
Box 16, Folder 29“The Tirol Waits for Peace” (typescript with drafts) 1949
Box 16, Folder 30["Health Off the Assembly Line (or) I Went to the Mayo Clinic"] (drafts) plus copy of questionnaire (typescript), 1949?
Box 16, Folder 31["Health Off the Assembly Line (or) I Went to the Mayo Clinic"] (drafts) plus copy of questionnaire (typescript), 1949
Box 16, Folder 32Outline of prospective book of mountaineering stories, including notations of some article publications (typescript), 1940s
Box 16, Folder 33“With Her Own Eyes” (typescripts), 1949 and 1952?
Box 16, Folder 34“Zugspitze Story/International Incident” (typescripts), 1949-1952?
Box 16, Folder 35“Period Piece (An Experiment)” (typescript and fragments), 1949-1962
Box 16, Folder 36“Period Piece (An Experiment)” (typescript and fragments), 1949-1962
Box 16, Folder 37“Princess Lointaine” (typescripts), 1949?
Box 16, Folder 38“Princess Lointaine” (typescripts), 1949?
Box 16, Folder 39“Princess Lointaine” (typescripts), 1949?
Box 16, Folder 40Portions of typed translations of newspaper articles having to do with Peter Aschenbrenner’s planned 1953 attack on Nanga Parbat
Box 16, Folder 41Obituary for Mrs. Donald W. Brown (typescript) October 1954
Box 16, Folder 42[Andrea Dorea disaster story] (typescript and draft fragments), 1956
Box 16, Folder 43“Those Happy Climbing Days” (typescripts), 1956
Box 17
Box 17, Folder 1“Those Happy Climbing Days” (typescripts), 1956
Box 17, Folder 2[Travel experiences] (typescripts with drafts), 1957-1970?
Box 17, Folder 3“Rip Van Winkle Returns to the Alps” (typescript with drafts), 1959?
Box 17, Folder 4“First Flight” (typescripts), 1960?
Box 17, Folder 5“A Memory-Refresher for Miriam Underhill . . .” (typescript), 1960?
Box 17, Folder 6“The Dream” (typescripts), 1960?
Box 17, Folder 7“Home-Coming” (typescript) with comments by Helen Hull, 1960
Box 17, Folder 8“Very Tentative Suggestions for a Club of Women Climbers…” (typescript with drafts), 1961?
Box 17, Folder 9“Che e Tutti il Senso?” (typescript), 1962?
Box 17, Folder 10“Eighteen Hours to Wait” (typescript), 1962?
Box 17, Folder 11“The Nursing Home” (typescript and drafts), 1962?
Box 17, Folder 12“The Nursing Home” (typescript and drafts), 1962?
Box 17, Folder 13“Dialogue Between Two Angels: A Mystery Play” (typescript) plus notes on drama from Rick Sommers’ class, 1962
Box 17, Folder 14“An Early American Dialogue Between Two Teen-Agers” (typescript), 1962?
Box 17, Folder 15“Dialogues After an Event” [the Bomb], 1962?
Box 17, Folder 16“Portugal, Prince Henry and the Modern World” (typescript), 1962
Box 17, Folder 17“Intercontinental” (typescript), 1962?
Box 17, Folder 18“Episode on an Expedition” (typescript) fragment, 1962?
Box 17, Folder 19“Two Nymphs and a Satyr” (draft), 1962?
Box 17, Folder 20“Two Nymphs and a Satyr” (typescript), 1962?
Box 17, Folder 21“Two Nymphs and a Satyr” (typescript), 1963?
Box 17, Folder 22“Two Nymphs and a Satyr” (typescript), 1963?
Box 17, Folder 23“Flight to the North” (typescripts and drafts) fragments, 1963?
Box 17, Folder 24“The Canadian Arctic: Present and Future” (typescript and drafts), 1963
Box 17, Folder 25[on the Canadian Arctic] (typescripts and drafts) fragments, 1963
Box 17, Folder 26“Mountain Moments” (typescript), 1964?
Box 17, Folder 27“The Blue People and the Purple People Live Together on an Island” (typescript), 1965 (?), plus commentary
Box 17, Folder 28“The Blue People and the Purple People Live Together on an Island” (typescript), 1965 (?), plus commentary
Box 17, Folder 29“The Blue People and the Purple People Live Together on an Island” (typescript), 1965 (?), plus commentary
Box 17, Folder 30“Hunting Himalayas in Nepal” (typescripts and drafts), 1965?
Box 17, Folder 31“Hunting Himalayas in Nepal” (in Appalachia, Dec 1965)
Box 17, Folder 32“The Dream” (typescript with draft) memorial essay for Eleanor Baker Huse, 1965
Box 17, Folder 33[Petition for funds, First World Festival of Negro Arts in Dakar, Senegal] (typescript), 1966?
Box 17, Folder 34["Old Folks are Right at Home in Tents"] (typescript and drafts), published 1966
Box 17, Folder 35[Arctic Story] (typescript and draft portions), 1967?
Box 17, Folder 36“Visits to Two Great Peaks” (typescript), 1967?
Box 17, Folder 37“West Africa for the Tourist” (typescripts with draft), 1967
Box 17, Folder 38“Africa is People” (typescripts), 1967-1968
Box 17, Folder 39“Africa is People” (typescripts), 1967-1968
Box 17, Folder 40“Africa is People” (typescript and draft portions), 1967-1968
Box 18
Box 18, Folder 1“One is One” (typescript and draft fragments), 1968?
Box 18, Folder 2“For Women Mountaineers, or Rendez-Vous Hautes Montagnes” and “For the AAC News for November” (typescripts), 1969?
Box 18, Folder 3[on the generation gap] (drafts), 1960s?
Box 18, Folder 4“I Meet Some Surprising Himalayan Horses” (typescripts with draft), 1971?
Box 18, Folder 5“Conversations With Myself” (typescripts) with comments, 1971?
Box 18, Folder 6“Fanny Bullock Workman (Notable American Women [Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press, 1971]: n.p.) (typescript and drafts) plus article by Dorothy Middleton on FBW, n.d.
Box 18, Folder 7“A Comment on the Alaskan Pipeline” (typescript and draft fragments), 1973?
Box 18, Folder 8[Notes for Helen Eaton memorial] (typescript and draft), 1974
Box 18, Folder 9“An Educational Travelogue . . . on Mt. Rainier” (draft), 1970s
Box 18, Folder 10“Some Memories of Jean Webster” (typescript), 1970s
Box 18, Folder 11[On women mountaineers, 1888-1969] (typescript), 1970s
Box 18, Folder 12["The Schwartzhorn Chimney"] (draft), 1931?
Box 18, Folder 13“Leopards’ Spots [TSC]” (typescript), 1937?
Box 18, Folder 14“Leopard’s Spots/ A Leopard and His Spots” (typescript), 1939
Box 18, Folder 15“The Schwartzhorn Chimney” (typescript), 1939?
Box 18, Folder 16“The Schwartzhorn Chimney” (typescript), 1960?
Box 18, Folder 17“The Schwartzhorn Chimney or? Leopard’s Spots” (typescript), 1965?
Box 18, Folder 18["Time's Chariot"] (draft), 1934?
Box 18, Folder 19["Time's Chariot"] (drafts), 1938-1958?
Box 18, Folder 20["Time's Chariot"] (drafts), 1938-1958?
Box 18, Folder 21“Time’s Chariot” (typescripts), 1958-1959?
Box 18, Folder 22“The Riddle/ Fullness of Life” (drafts), 1935-1937?
Box 18, Folder 23“Fullness of Life” (typescripts and fragments), 1938
Box 18, Folder 24["Fullness of Life"] (draft portions and notes), 1940s-1970s
Box 18, Folder 25“Fullness of Life/ The (Long) Tunnel/ Moment of Truth” (typescripts) 1960s and 1970s, with comments by H. Hull
Box 18, Folder 26“Moment of Light” (typescript) n.d.
Box 18, Folder 27“Mothers Always Understand” (draft), 1936?
Box 18, Folder 28“Mothers Always Understand/A Debutante’s Story” (typescripts with drafts), 1939-1962?
Box 18, Folder 29“Janey” (typescripts), 1962?
Box 18, Folder 30"The Elsa Framingham Blaine Award," n.d.
Box 18, Folder 31Unidentified fragments and handwritten notes

Subseries C: Extensive prose works

This subseries is arranged chronologically as best as possible. Drafts of the novel Avalanche Wind changed frequently and were variously written and filed under the titles This Nettle Danger (c. 1936-1946), Ramiwari (c. 1936-1949), Here Living Starts (c. 1939-1953), and Wind Between the Worlds (c. 1949-1970s).

Box 18, Folder 32Table of Contents and synopsis, The Naked Mountain (typescript)
Box 18, Folder 33“Rand Herron 1902-1932″ [chapter in Epilogue, The Naked Mountain] (typescripts with drafts), 1933
Box 18, Folder 34[The Naked Mountain] (post-script and miscellaneous pages)
Box 19
Box 19, Folder 1Clippings and commentary on The Naked Mountain, Oct 1933 - June 1934 and n.d.
Box 19, Folder 2Review by Rohi Underhill of The Naked Mountain, published in Appalachia, Dec 1933
Box 19, Folder 3Promotional material for The Naked Mountain, Oct 1933 - Oct 1934 and n.d.
Box 19, Folder 4Submission histories of This Nettle, Danger/Here Living Starts (1941) / The Mountain Wind (1953)
Box 19, Folder 5This Nettle, Danger (draft fragments)
Box 19, Folder 6This Nettle, Danger (draft fragments)
Box 19, Folder 7This Nettle, Danger (draft fragments)
Box 19, Folder 8This Nettle, Danger (draft segment)
Box 19, Folder 9[This Nettle, Danger] (draft portions) marked MT, e, ? and =
Box 19, Folder 10[This Nettle, Danger] (typescript and draft portions) marked C, KA and BC
Box 19, Folder 11This Nettle, Danger (draft notes) directions for outtakes
Box 19, Folder 12This Nettle, Danger (typescripts) “Red Sea and Indian Ocean” outtakes, plus Table of Contents
Box 19, Folder 13[This Nettle, Danger] (typescript) “Bombay to Lali” outtakes
Box 19, Folder 14[This Nettle, Danger] (typescript) remainder, outtakes
Box 19, Folder 15[This Nettle, Danger] (typescript) “Jane Writes”
Box 19, Folder 16This Nettle, Danger (typescript) pp. 1-45, with gaps, plus table of Contents
Box 19, Folder 17[This Nettle, Danger] (typescript) pp. 46-71, with gaps
Box 19, Folder 18[This Nettle, Danger] (typescript) pp. 72-103
Box 19, Folder 19[This Nettle, Danger] (typescript) pp. 104-126
Box 19, Folder 20[This Nettle, Danger] (typescript) pp. 127-144
Box 19, Folder 21[This Nettle, Danger] (typescript) pp. 145-173
Box 19, Folder 22Now Living Starts (typescript and draft fragments) plus list of proper names for characters
Box 19, Folder 23Introduction to Living, or Escape Into Living [Here Living Starts] (typescripts) synopsis and selected pages
Box 19, Folder 24Introduction to Living (typescripts) title page, synopsis, prologue, pp. 1-2 of version R and pp. 1-48 of version T
Box 19, Folder 25[Jane Writes/Ramiwari] (typescript fragment), 1936-1949
Box 19, Folder 26[Jane Writes/Ramiwari] (typescript fragment)
Box 19, Folder 27[Ramiwari] by Whitney Mitchell, pseud. (typescript and draft fragments)
Box 19, Folder 28[Ramiwari] by Whitney Mitchell, pseud. (typescript and draft fragments)
Box 20
Box 20, Folder 1[Ramiwari] by Whitney Mitchell, pseud. (typescript and draft fragments)
Box 20, Folder 2[Here Living Starts] (typescripts) segments of versions T, cf and J
Box 20, Folder 3[Here Living Starts] (typescripts) segments of versions av and ?
Box 20, Folder 4[Here Living Starts] (typescripts) segments of versions /, T and z
Box 20, Folder 5[Here Living Starts] (typescripts) segments of versions =x, = and T=
Box 20, Folder 6[Here Living Starts] (typescripts) segments of versions s, sx, sy, sz and sd
Box 20, Folder 7[Here Living Starts] (typescripts) segments of versions @x, b, CB and %
Box 20, Folder 8[Here Living Starts] (typescripts) segments of versions #, #a and @
Box 20, Folder 9[The Mountain Wind] (draft fragments and segments)
Box 20, Folder 10[The Mountain Wind] (draft segments) plus titles and notes
Box 20, Folder 11[The Mountain Wind] (typescripts) segments of versions A and [paginated]
Box 20, Folder 12[The Mountain Wind] (typescripts) segments of versions R, e and T pp. 1-3, plus 1936 version pp. 1-66
Box 20, Folder 13Commentary on The Mountain Wind by Maryse Rutledge and [unattributed] (typescripts), 1950 and n.d.
Box 20, Folder 14[Wind Between the Worlds] (typescript) pp. 8-22, with gaps
Box 20, Folder 15[Wind Between the Worlds] (typescript), pp. 94 and 174-197
Box 20, Folder 16[Wind Between the Worlds] (typescript), pp. 198-229
Box 20, Folder 17[Wind Between the Worlds] (typescript), pp. 230-253
Box 20, Folder 18[Wind Between the Worlds] (typescript), pp. 254-284
Box 20, Folder 19[Wind Between the Worlds] (typescript), pp. 285-354
Box 20, Folder 20[Wind Between the Worlds] (typescripts) prefatory material including Prelude, “Jane Writes”
Box 20, Folder 21[The Mountain Wind] (typescripts) prefatory material and Epilogue, “Jane Writes”
Box 20, Folder 22[Wind Between the Worlds] (typescript) pp. 8-23
Box 20, Folder 23[The Mountain Wind] (typescripts) versions of Prelude/Prologue
Box 20, Folder 24[The Mountain Wind] (typescripts) versions of “Interlude–Spring”
Box 21
Box 21, Folder 1[The Mountain Wind] (typescripts) versions of “Epilogue–New York–Late Autumn”
Box 21, Folder 2[The Mountain Wind] (typescript fragments)
Box 21, Folder 3[Wind Between the Worlds/The Mountain Wind] (typescripts and drafts)
Box 21, Folder 4Avalanche Wind, or the Education of a Naive Young Man (typescript) pp. 1-36
Box 21, Folder 5Avalanche Wind (typescript) [alternate version] pp. 1-36
Box 21, Folder 6[Avalanche Wind] (typescript) pp. 37-56, [section divider], pp.37-107
Box 21, Folder 7[Avalanche Wind] (typescript) pp. 108-171
Box 21, Folder 8[Avalanche Wind] (typescript) pp. 172-239, plus suggestions for writing discipline in another hand
Box 21, Folder 9[Avalanche Wind] (typescript) blue version, pp. 37-110
Box 21, Folder 10[Avalanche Wind] (typescript) blue version, pp. 271-345
Box 21, Folder 11The Wind Between the Worlds (complete typescript?)
Box 21, Folder 12The Wind Between the Worlds (complete typescript?)
Box 21, Folder 13The Wind Between the Worlds (complete typescript?)
Box 21, Folder 14The Wind Between the Worlds (complete typescript?)
Box 21, Folder 15The Wind Between the Worlds (complete typescript?)
Box 21, Folder 16The Wind Between the Worlds (complete typescript?)
Box 21, Folder 17The Wind Between the Worlds (complete typescript?)
Box 21, Folder 18The Wind Between the Worlds (complete typescript?)
Box 21, Folder 19The Wind Between the Worlds (complete typescript?)
Box 22
Box 22, Folder 1The Wind Between the Worlds (complete typescript?)
Box 22, Folder 2The Wind Between the Worlds (complete typescript?)
Box 22, Folder 3The Wind Between the Worlds (complete typescript?)
Box 22, Folder 4The Wind Between the Worlds (complete typescript?)
Box 22, Folder 5The Wind Between the Worlds (complete typescript?)
Box 22, Folder 6The Wind Between the Worlds (complete typescript?)
Box 22, Folder 7The Wind Between the Worlds (complete typescript?)
Box 22, Folder 8The Wind Between the Worlds (complete typescript?)
Box 22, Folder 9[Anne Wilson] (typescript and draft fragments) notes on possible titles and organization
Box 22, Folder 10[Anne Wilson] (typescripts)
Box 22, Folder 11[Anne Wilson] (typescripts)
Box 22, Folder 12[Anne Wilson] (typescripts)
Box 22, Folder 13Anne Wilson and Her Four Worlds [or] Suburbia, Summits, and Stars (typescripts)
Box 22, Folder 14Anne Wilson, Introduction to Adventure: A Wife Writes (typescripts)
Box 22, Folder 15Anne’s Novel/Suburbia, Summits and Stars (typescripts and drafts) “Prologue” fragments
Box 22, Folder 16Introduction to Adventure: A Wife Writes (typescripts), version marked in red and yellow, 1960s
Box 22, Folder 17[Itroduction to Adenture] (typescripts) “Prologue,” green-type version, 1960s
Box 22, Folder 18[Itroduction to Adenture] (typescripts) “Prologue” versions
Box 22, Folder 19[Itroduction to Adenture] (typescripts) “Prologue” versions
Box 22, Folder 20[Anne Wilson] (typescripts) portions
Box 22, Folder 21[Anne Wilson] (typescripts) “Flashback–Her Mother’s Death” segment, versions
Box 22, Folder 22[Anne Wilson] (typescripts) “Sat at Table with Photos–(C’s Snow)” segment, versions, some with ms comments from writing class members
Box 22, Folder 23[Anne Wilson] (typescripts) “The Mountains” segment, versions
Box 22, Folder 24[Anne Wilson] (typescripts) “In Anne’s Apartment” segment, versions
Box 22, Folder 25[Anne Wilson] (typescripts with drafts) “Ken’s Friends” segment, versions, some with comments
Box 22, Folder 26[Anne Wilson] (typescripts) “She had always felt so safe and happy . . .” versions, with comments
Box 22, Folder 27[Anne Wilson] (typescripts) “AVRO Corp” segment, versions, some with comments
Box 23
Box 23, Folder 1[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts and segments designated “white”
Box 23, Folder 2[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts and segments designated “white”
Box 23, Folder 3[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts and segments designated “white”
Box 23, Folder 4[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts and segments designated “pink”
Box 23, Folder 5[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts and segments designated “pink”
Box 23, Folder 6[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts and segments designated “pink”
Box 23, Folder 7[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts and segments presumed pink
Box 23, Folder 8[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts and segments presumed pink
Box 23, Folder 9[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts and segments presumed pink
Box 23, Folder 10[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts and segments presumed pink, n.d.
Box 23, Folder 11[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts and segments designated “green”
Box 23, Folder 12[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts and segments designated “green”
Box 23, Folder 13[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts and segments designated “green”
Box 23, Folder 14[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts and segments designated “blue”
Box 23, Folder 15[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts and segments designated “red”
Box 23, Folder 16[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts and segments designated “orange”
Box 23, Folder 17[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts and segments designated “orange”
Box 23, Folder 18[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts and segments designated “yellow”
Box 23, Folder 19[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts and segments designated “yellow”
Box 23, Folder 20[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts and segments designated “yellow”
Box 23, Folder 21[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts and segments designated “yellow”
Box 23, Folder 22[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts, no color designated
Box 23, Folder 23[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts, no color designated, n.d.
Box 23, Folder 24[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) inserts, no color designated
Box 23, Folder 25[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) segments designated “near the beginning,” no color
Box 23, Folder 26[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) segments designated “middle,” no color
Box 23, Folder 27[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) segments designated “near end,” no color
Box 23, Folder 28[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts and drafts) segments designated “Ramiwari,” no color
Box 23, Folder 29[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts with drafts) segments
Box 23, Folder 30[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts with drafts) segments
Box 23, Folder 31[Anne Wilson?] (typescripts with drafts) segments
Box 23, Folder 32[Anne Wilson?] (drafts) segments
Box 23, Folder 33[Anne Wilson?] (drafts) segments
Box 23, Folder 34[Anne Wilson?] (drafts) segments
Box 23, Folder 35[Anne Wilson?] (drafts) segments
Box 24
Box 24, Folder 1[Anne Wilson?] (drafts) segments
Box 24, Folder 2[Anne Wilson?] (drafts) segments
Box 24, Folder 3[Anne Wilson?] (drafts) segments
Box 24, Folder 4[Anne Wilson?] outlines of book layout, in many different hands
Box 24, Folder 5[Condors' Prey] (drafts) pp. 1-10 and 1-39
Box 24, Folder 6[Condors' Prey] (typescript) pp. 1-7
Box 24, Folder 7[Condors' Prey] (typescript) corrections
Box 24, Folder 8[Condors' Prey] (drafts) segments
Box 24, Folder 9[Condors' Prey] (drafts) segments
Box 24, Folder 10[Condors' Prey] (typescript) odd page
Box 24, Folder 11[Condors' Prey] (drafts) fragments and inserts
Box 24, Folder 12[Condors' Prey] (typescript) p. 26 and pp. 27/33 to 40/47, plus part of p.1
Box 24, Folder 13[Condors' Prey] (typescript) pp. 1-57 complete
Box 24, Folder 14[Condors' Prey] (typescript) pp. 58-100 complete
Box 24, Folder 15[Condors' Prey] (typescript) pp. 101-157 complete
Box 24, Folder 16Condors Fly North: A Mystery Novel (typescript) pp. 1-41, with gaps
Box 24, Folder 17[Condors Fly North] (typescript) pp. 53-104, with gaps
Box 24, Folder 18[Condors Fly North] (typescript) pp. 105-123, with gaps
Box 24, Folder 19Condors' Prey (typescript) pp. 1-20, with gaps
Box 24, Folder 20Condors' Prey (typescript) pp. 21-55, with gaps
Box 24, Folder 21Condors' Prey (typescript) pp. 56-98, with gaps
Box 24, Folder 22Condors' Prey (typescript) pp. 100-127, with gaps
Box 24, Folder 23Condors' Prey (typescript) pp. 128-161, with gaps
Box 24, Folder 24Condors' Prey (typescript) pp. 166-242, with gaps
Box 24, Folder 25Condors' Prey (typescript) alternate verson pp. 124-249, with gaps
Box 24, Folder 26Condors' Prey blurbs, synopsis, “Contents,” intent
Box 25
Box 25, Folder 1[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts) author’s notes, “Table of Contents,” list of expeditions and list of supplies for 1932 GAHE
Box 25, Folder 2[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts and drafts) editorial and promotional material
Box 25, Folder 3[Nanga Parbat story] “The Story of Nanga Parbat 1932-1980: Part I–1932-1953”
Box 25, Folder 4[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts) “The Story of Nanga Parbat 1932-1980: Part II–1953-1980”
Box 25, Folder 5[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts) Fritz Weissner segment
Box 25, Folder 6[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts) Hermann Buhl segment
Box 25, Folder 7[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts) Hermann Buhl segment
Box 25, Folder 8[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts) 1934 segment
Box 25, Folder 9[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts) 1934 segment
Box 25, Folder 10[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts) 1937 segment
Box 25, Folder 11[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts) 1938 segment
Box 25, Folder 12[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts) 1939-1950-1953 segment
Box 25, Folder 13[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts) 1961-1964 and 1961-1970 segments
Box 25, Folder 14[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts) 1968-1970 and 1968-1971 segments
Box 25, Folder 15[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts) 1961, 1962 and 1964-1971 inserts
Box 25, Folder 16[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts) 1975-1977 segment
Box 25, Folder 17[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts) 1977-1978 segment
Box 25, Folder 18[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts) 1980 segment
Box 25, Folder 19[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts) 1980 segment
Box 25, Folder 20[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts) “For Appendix: Footnotes to the 1932 Expedition”
Box 25, Folder 21[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts) “Epilogue”
Box 25, Folder 22[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts) autobiographical segment
Box 25, Folder 23[Nanga Parbat story] (typescripts) inserts
Box 25, Folder 24[Nanga Parbat story] (drafts) fragments and notes
Box 25, Folder 25The Naked Mountain [second edition] contract and cover letter (typescript), Jan 22, 1980
Box 25, Folder 26Announcement to the American Alpine Club regarding delayed publication of the Nanga Parbat story (typescript), Dec 3, 1982
Box 25, Folder 27Ramawari [sic] “Contract: 1-18-84,” in another’s hand

Subseries D: Individual poems

Box 25, Folder 28Poems (typescripts with drafts), 1918
Box 25, Folder 29Poems (typescripts with drafts), 1919
Box 25, Folder 30Poems (typescripts with drafts), 1920s
Box 25, Folder 31Poems (drafts), 1916-1920s
Box 25, Folder 32Poems (drafts), 1916-1920s
Box 25, Folder 33Poems (drafts), 1916-1920s
Box 25, Folder 34Poems surrounding GAHE (drafts), 1930s
Box 25, Folder 35Poem cycle about Rand Herron (draft), 1934
Box 25, Folder 36Poems (typescripts with drafts), 1941-1943
Box 25, Folder 37Poems (typescripts with drafts), 1944-1949 and n.d.
Box 26
Box 26, Folder 1Poems written at Oak Hall, Tryon, NC (typescripts with drafts), 1949
Box 26, Folder 2Poems written at Oak Hall, Tryon, NC (typescripts with drafts), 1949
Box 26, Folder 3Poems written by Margaret Holt, pseud., at Tryon (typescripts), 1949
Box 26, Folder 4Poems (drafts), 1940s
Box 26, Folder 5Poems (drafts), 1940s
Box 26, Folder 6Poems (drafts), 1940s
Box 26, Folder 7Poems (typescripts with drafts) 1950-1951
Box 26, Folder 8Poems (typescripts with drafts) 1952
Box 26, Folder 9Poems (typescripts with drafts) 1953-1957
Box 26, Folder 10Poems (drafts) 1950s
Box 26, Folder 11Poems (typescripts with drafts), 1960s
Box 26, Folder 12Poems (typescripts with drafts), 1960s
Box 26, Folder 13Poems (drafts), 1960s
Box 26, Folder 14Poems (drafts), 1960s
Box 26, Folder 15Poems (typescripts with drafts), 1967-1969?
Box 26, Folder 16Poems (typescripts with drafts), 1970s
Box 26, Folder 17Poems (typescripts with drafts), 1970s
Box 26, Folder 18Poems (drafts), 1970s
Box 26, Folder 19Poems (drafts), 1970s
Box 26, Folder 20Two poems to Fritz Weissner [by EK and others] (typescript), n.d
Box 26, Folder 21Poems (typescripts), n.d.

Subseries E: Grief is a Lonely Journey

Box 26, Folder 22An Autobiographic Analysis of Loss (typescript), 1934-1945?
Box 26, Folder 23[An Autobiographic Analysis of Loss] (typescript) alternate poems?, 1934-1945?
Box 26, Folder 24Individually submitted poems later to appear in Grief is a Lonely Journey (typescripts), 1945?
Box 26, Folder 25“Problems of Loss,” poem cycle by Mary Hale Jessup, pseud., later to appear in Grief is a Lonely Journey (typescript), 1945?
Box 26, Folder 26V-Mail for Rick by Mary Jessup, pseud. (typescript), 1945
Box 26, Folder 27V-Mail for Rick/Grief is a Lonely Journey by Mary (Hale) Jessup (typescript), 1945?
Box 26, Folder 28Alternate titles for Grief is a Lonely Journey, plus final section, “Another Spring Comes,” not in published version (typescripts and drafts), 1952?
Box 26, Folder 29Short space ads for Grief is a Lonely Journey (typescripts), 1952
Box 26, Folder 30Published newspaper ads for Grief is a Lonely Journey, 1952
Box 26, Folder 31Direct mail release for Grief is a Lonely Journey (typescripts), 1952
Box 26, Folder 32Press releases for Grief is a Lonely Journey (typescripts), 1952
Box 27
Box 27, Folder 1Miscellaneous promotional material for Grief is a Lonely Journey (typescripts and print), 1952
Box 27, Folder 2Jacket flap copy for Grief is a Lonely Journey (typescripts and drafts), 1952
Box 27, Folder 3Proof and sample fragments, Grief is a Lonely Journey, 1952
Box 27, Folder 4Partial set of proofs for Grief is a Lonely Journey, 1952
Box 27, Folder 5Complete proof, Grief is a Lonely Journey, 1952

Subseries F: Reviews, notes, work of others

Box 27, Folder 6Reviews by Knowlton (typescripts and drafts), 1925-1953?
Box 27, Folder 7Copyright registration for “A Petite Premiere in the Mt. Blanc Massif,” 1958
Box 27, Folder 8“Memorandum of Agreement,” Park Avenue Literary Agency, 1960
Box 27, Folder 9Lists of agents and submissions, 1960-1961 and n.d.
Box 27, Folder 10Application for the Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship, 1970s
Box 27, Folder 11Notes, 1917-1920s?
Box 27, Folder 12Notes, 1930s?
Box 27, Folder 13Notes, 1930s?
Box 27, Folder 14Notes, 1940s and 1950s
Box 27, Folder 15Notes, 1940s and 1950s
Box 27, Folder 16Notes, 1940s and 1950s
Box 27, Folder 17Notes, 1940s and 1950s
Box 27, Folder 18Notes, 1960s
Box 27, Folder 19Notes, 1960s
Box 27, Folder 20Notes, 1970s
Box 27, Folder 21Notes, 1970s
Box 27, Folder 22Notes, 1980s
Box 27, Folder 23Notes and fragments (typescripts and drafts) n.d.
Box 27, Folder 24Medical notes in Grace Overmyer’s hand, n.d.
Box 27, Folder 25Cartoon and sketches, unattributed, n.d.
Box 27, Folder 26“Fact Sheet” on Caterine Dihoff (nee Levitskaya), unattributed, n.d.
Box 27, Folder 27Verse and prose by others (typescripts), n.d.
Box 27, Folder 28Verse and prose by others (typescripts), n.d.
Box 27, Folder 29Verse and prose by others (typescripts), n.d.
Box 27, Folder 30Verse and prose by others (typescripts), n.d.
Box 28
Box 28, Folder 1Verse and prose by others (typescripts), n.d.
Box 28, Folder 2Verse and prose by others (typescripts), n.d.
Box 28, Folder 3Verse and prose by others (typescripts), n.d.
Box 28, Folder 4Quotations in verse and prose by others or unattributed, hand-copied or typed by Knowlton and others, n.d.
Box 28, Folder 5Quotations in verse and prose by others or unattributed, hand-copied or typed by Knowlton and others, n.d.
Box 28, Folder 6Poems attributed to Rand Herron, some appearing in The Naked Mountain, (typescripts and drafts), 1932?
Box 28, Folder 7Poems attributed to Rand Herron, some appearing in The Naked Mountain, (typescripts and drafts), 1932?

Series 5: Images

(2 boxes)

The majority of these images are unidentified and undated. Each subseries is roughly organized in two parts: the first, images that are vaguely identified and related to travel and mountaineering; and the second, images that primarily feature family and friends (usually unidentified), and non-mountaineering-related activites and events.

Subseries A: Photographs

Box 28, Folder 8Carthage, Tunis, and other locations in Tunisia (5 sheets of photos)
Box 28, Folder 9The Balkans, Turkey, and Bulgaria (6 sheets)
Box 28, Folder 10Glacier Bay National Monument, Alaska, 1967-1968 (4 sheets)
Box 28, Folder 11Jasper National Park and the Canadian Rockies (2 sheets)
Box 28, Folder 12Willow Creek/Spruce Camp (negatives available, see Box 29 f. 8) (4 sheets)
Box 28, Folder 13Miscellaneous travel and mountaineering (5 sheets)
Box 28, Folder 14Miscellaneous travel (5 sheets)
Box 28, Folder 15Miscellaneous/unidentified, non-mountaineering/travel (4 sheets)
Box 28, Folder 16Miscellaneous/unidentified, non-mountaineering/travel (4 sheets)
Box 28, Folder 17Miscellaneous/unidentified, non-mountaineering/travel (3 sheets)
Box 28, Folder 18Miscellaneous/unidentified, non-mountaineering/travel (3 sheets)
Box 28, Folder 19Miscellaneous/unidentified (9 envelopes)
Box 28, Folder 20Two portraits, ink-enhanced, of unidentified man and woman, 1860s?, sepia, 9×8
Box 28, Folder 21Group photo, 1968? (Knowlton first row, 6th from left], B&W, 9×12. Photo by Gillman and Soame, Photographers, 56 High Street, Oxford, England
Box 28, Folder 22Published photos: Austria (8, plus photocopies from publication)

Subseries B: Slides

Box 29
Box 29, Folder 1Europe (including the United Kingdom, Germany, Portugal, and others) (3 sheets)
Box 29, Folder 2Europe (including the United Kingdom, Germany, Portugal, and others) (3 sheets)
Box 29, Folder 3Europe (including the United Kingdom, Germany, Portugal, and others) (2 sheets)
Box 29, Folder 4Africa (including Victoria Falls, Lagos, and others) (2 sheets)
Box 29, Folder 5Africa (including Victoria Falls, Lagos, and others) (2 sheets)
Box 29, Folder 6Mountaineering and unidentified scenery (2 sheets)
Box 29, Folder 7Miscellaneous scenery, including mountains and foliage (2 sheets)

Subseries C: Negatives

Box 29, Folder 8Willow Creek, Spruce Camp; Mt. Robson and the Canadian Rockies; and miscellaneous (4 sheets)
Box 29, Folder 9Miscellaneous, largely unidentified (7 sheets)

Subseries C: Miscellaneous

Box 29, Folder 10Unidentified mountain, lantern slide
Box 29, Folder 11Super 8mm reel of film, no id, n.d.