Helena Coleman

Box/File List

BOX(s) FILE TITLE YEAR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Box 1
Series: 2: Literary files
Notes, literary
123About Fenian Raid: n.d.n.d.
155About articles/stories: n.d.n.d.
159[For story?], with illustrations: 19311931

See also: Box 1, File 9

162About A.P. Coleman, for book: n.d.n.d.
Articles, essays and stories -- Untitled
11Fragment of essay [arguing against the confinement of women to the domestic sphere]

ts., annotated

11Fragment of story

ts., annotated. Signed: “Helen A. Saxon.”

135Fragments of articles or stories

holograph; tss., cc.

138Fragment of essay or story

ts., cc.

Articles, essays and stories -- Titled
11The Art of Living with Others

ts., cc., annotated

12The Baby’s Revenge

ts., annotated. Signed: “M.D. Merrivale,” signature crossed out.

13Beginnings [reminiscence]

ts., annotated

14Beginnings

ts., annotated

15Blue Amber

ts., annotated. Fragment.

16A Blue Heron Wing

holograph

17Brass Bed

holograph

18Brief Outline [notes, autobiographical]

holograph

19Cataraqui Grange (“Baxter house on the Cataraqui near Kingston, July, 1929)”1929

holograph, with illustrations and photographs attached. See also: Box 1, File 59

110Cave Canem

ts., annotated

111Chipmunk Hollow (reminiscence about Agnes Maule Machar)

ts., annotated

113Cobwebs

ts., cc., annotated; Signed: “Helen A. Saxon.”

114Commencement Day and After

ts., annotated; Signed: “Helen A. Saxon.”

115Cousin Connie’s Accent

ts., annotated; Signed: “Helen A. Saxon.”

116.Cross-currents

ts., annotated. See also: Miss Doane’s dilemma, Files 45–47.

117Cross-roads

ts., cc., annotated

118Cross-roads

ts., cc., annotated

119Does Jitneying Pay?

ts., cc., annotated;

120Education, Criticism and the Creative Spirit

ts., cc., annotated

121Endings

holograph; ts., annotated

122The Excitement of Village Life

ts., cc., annotated

124Fisherman’s Luck

ts., annotated

125Fisherman’s Luck

ts., annotated

126Footprints

holograph

127Grimalkin

ts., cc., annotated

128Heroes and Villains

ts., cc.; Signed: “Helen A. Saxon.”

129Home and the Homemaker [essay on women in the home]

ts., cc., annotated

130In the Fall of the Year

holograph

131The Ingratitude of Maria

ts., annotated

132Iris

holograph

133Iris

ts., annotated

134Assumption of Superiority

holograph

134Joey

holograph; ts., annotated; Signed: “Winnifred Cotter.”

135Keddo and his Compatriots

ts., cc. Fragment.

135Kitchen Psychology

ts., cc.

135Tilly: a tribute

ts., cc., annotated

136Keeping up the Standard

ts., annotated; Signed: “Helen A. Saxon.” Fragment.

137The Lecture Lady

ts., cc., annotated. Fragment.

138That Lecture on Balzac [about a lecture given by Henry James]

tss., cc., annotated. Complete draft, plus fragments of another draft. Complete draft is signed: “Helen A. Saxon.”

139A Little Child Shall Lead Them

holograph. Fragment.

140A Loiterer in London

holographs

141Loiterings in London

holograph

142Margaret of the Hill-house

tss., cc., annotated

143Margaret of the Hill-house

tss., cc. Signed: “Winifred Cotter.”

144M.L.C.P.

holograph; ts., annotated; ts., cc.; tss., cc., annotated. Complete draft plus fragments.

145Miss Doane’s Dilemma

ts., annotated; Fragment. See also: “Cross-currents,” Box 1, File 16

146Miss Doane’s Dilemma

ts., annotated; ts., cc., annotated. Signed: “Helen A. Saxon.”

147Miss Doane’s Dilemma

ts., annotated. Signed: Helen A. Coleman.

148Miss Webb’s Little Window (two drafts)

ts., annotated; ts., cc., annotated

150My First Caller in Los Angeles

clipping, Toronto Star Weekly

151My Neighbour’s Son

ts., annotated; Signed: “Helen A. Saxon.”

152Nature’s Balance

ts., annotated. Fragment.

153Not Stock Size (two copies)

tss., cc. (one with typescript revisions)

154Notes in a New York Crowd

some facts and features of the recent Columbus celebrations: holograph. Signed: “Helen A. Saxon.”

156Notes on a Trip to Jamaica

ts., cc., annotated. Signed: “Gwendolen Woodworth.”

157An Old-fashioned Way

ts., cc., annotated. Signed: “Helen A. Saxon.”

158Once Every Spring

ts., annotated

160One of Life’s Little Incongruities (two drafts)

ts., annotated; ts., cc., annotated

161Our Audacious Rodent

ts., annotated

163A Parable (two copies)

holograph; ts., cc., annotated

Poetry -- Poems, by title
112The Cliffs of Dover

ts., cc., annotated

Series: 4: Personal files
[Autobiographical articles?]
18Brief Outline
111Chipmunk Hollow

(reminiscence about Agnes Maule Machar)

Box 2
Series: 2: Literary files
Notes, literary
264About Canadian history: n.d.n.d.
Articles, essays and stories -- Untitled
265Fragment of story

ts., annotated. See also: Ships that pass, Box 2, File 74.

292–95, 100Fragments of articles or stories

holograph

296Fragment of story

ts., annotated

Articles, essays and stories -- Titled
265Ports and Happy Havens

holograph. Fragment.

266The Possession of Jane (two drafts)

tss., cc., annotated. One draft signed: “Winifred Cotter.”

267The Procession of the Days

holograph

268A Question of Values

ts., cc., annotated. Signed: “Winnifred Cotter.”

269A Rash Experiment

ts., annotated. Signed: “Helen A. Saxon.”

270A Rash Inference

ts., cc., annotated

271Satan and Co.

ts., annotated

272A Sense of Leisure

ts., cc.

272Pursuing a Sense of Leisure

ts., annotated. Signed: “Winifred Cotter.”

273Settlement Work Among the Well-to-do

ts., cc.

274.Ships that Pass

ts., annotated and ts., cc. See also: Box 2, File 65

275A Sidelong Glance at Washington

ts., annotated and ts., cc., annotated

276Some Masculine Emotions and a Moral

ts., cc. Fragment.

277Some notes on the Fauna of the West Indies

ts., cc., annotated

278A Soul’s Journey

ts., annotated. Signed: “Helen A. Saxon.”

279The Story of Frenchy (as told to me)

ts., cc., annotated. Fragment.

280Ten Years Old

holograph and ts., cc., annotated. Signed: “L.D. Clark.”

281Ten Years Old

ts., annotated. Page 1 missing.

282The Three Gates

ts., annotated and ts., cc., annotated. One draft signed: “Helen A. Saxon.” [autobiographical?]

283To Be Concluded

ts., cc., annotated

284Undercurrents

ts., cc., annotated

285Undercurrents

ts., annotated. Signed: “Helen A. Saxon.”

286Under the Chinook’s Arch

holograph

287Under the Shadow of Mt. Etna

ts., cc., annotated. Signed: “Winnifred Cotter.”

288An Unrespected Tree

holograph. Fragment.

289Ungarnered Sheaves

holograph

290Up the River with Saddle and Pack

ts., annotated

291Wings

ts. Signed: “Helena Coleman.”

292Hasty Steps on the Stair

holographs. Two drafts.

292The Story of Frenchy

ts., cc. Signed: “Helen A. Saxon.” Fragments.

293Endings Are More Apt to Be Approached

holograph. Fragment.

294When Mr. Silas Pepper was Discharged

holograph

297It Was One of Those Perfect Summer Evenings

holograph

297Some Years Ago, Quite Late in Life

holograph

298Gentleman to See You, Sir...

holograph

299During the Earlier Part of the 1880s...

ts., annotated and ts., cc., annotated

Series: 4: Personal files
[Autobiographical articles?]
282The Three Gates
Series: 6: Other material
Correspondence from Amelia and Paul Reynolds (literary agents, New York) to Helen MacMurchy (who acted as an agent for Helena Coleman)
2131c20 letters from Amelia, 1906, and 11 from Paul, 1906 [1 letter from Amelia signed as Paul], plus 1 unsigned letter and 3 statements of account1906

Includes lists of journals to which works were submitted.

Box 3
Series: 2: Literary files
Notes, literary
3101–105Unidentified
Poetry -- General
3105Unidentified poetry
Box 4
Series: 1: Correspondence
Correspondence, general
4118N.d., 1880–1908: from family, fans, friends, publishersn.d., 1880-1908

Correspondents include: W.J. Alexander; W. T. Allison; Pelham Edgar; Florence W. Lang. Includes biographical sketch of Helena Coleman by Edith Laurie: holograph, 1904

41191909–1924: from family, fans, fellow authors, friends, publishers1909-1924
4120. 1925–1949: from an anthologist, family, friends1925-1949

Correspondents include F. Louis Barber (of Victoria University Library) re: exhibition of paintings of A.P. Coleman, 1942

4121N.d., 1899: from an editor (of The National), family, fans, friendsn.d., 1899
Correspondence, by individual correspondent
4115The Express

rejection slip relating to Jacob

4115Withers, Francis (of Hazen Library, Bon Ami, Virginia): 1 in, 19201920
4116Northwest Magazine (St. Paul, Minnesota)1893

correspondence re: payment for In the Shadow of the White Eagle, 1893

4118Edgar, Pelham: 1 in, 19071907
4122Coleman, A.P.: 22 in, 1900–19351900-1935
4123Betts, C.L.: 26 in, 19341934

Includes drafts of poem by Betts.

4125Edgar, Pelham: 1 in, 19071907
4126Burwash, Nathanael: 1 in, 19071907
4127Hammond, M.O. (editor, The Globe, Toronto): 2 in, 19071907
Series: 2: Literary files
Notes, literary
4115About Sheila and others: 1920

copies sent to newspapers and periodicals, 1920

Articles, essays and stories -- Titled
4116In the Shadow of the White Eagle1893

photocopy of printed story, 1893

Poetry -- General
4106Poems, filed under “A–D”

holographs; tss., annotated; tss., cc., annotated; clipping, annotated. Pseudonym sometimes used: “Helen A. Saxon.”

4107Poems, filed under “E–I”

holographs; tss., annotated; tss., cc., annotated. Pseudonyms sometimes used: “H.C.;” “C.H.”

4108Poems, filed under “J–R”

holographs; tss., annotated; tss., cc., annotated. Pseudonyms sometimes used: “C.H.;” “Helen A. Saxon”

4109Poems, filed under “S–Y”

holographs; tss., annotated; tss., cc., annotated; clipping, annotated. Pseudonyms sometimes used: “H.C.;” “H.S.C.;” “Helen A. Saxon”

4109aPoems, “copied from Miss Elsie Pomeroy’s typewritten copy; July, 1954,” annotated by “M.V.R.” [Margaret V. Ray]

Poems include: The bell-buoy, Blue ran the river, Dusk on the Campagna, In Westminster Abbey, Martyrdom, Trouble on the shelf, Wild-foot.

Poetry -- Poems, by title
4110Seven City Sonnets

tss., cc., annotated

4110Sonnets After Easter

tss., cc., annotated

4110Three Quarrels

tss., cc.

4111Being the sad tale of the marriage of Julia, Lady Adelaide Belljangle to Maxamilian Hogginstein of Chicago, and the triumph of her fate

ts., cc., annotated. Signed: “Caleb Black.”

4111The Squeal

ts., cc., annotated. Signed: “Caleb Black.”

4112Ballade of the Sea-serpent

ts. Signed: “Shadwell Jones.”

4113Origins

holograph. Signed: “Annie Lloyd.”

4114Our Buried Selves

ts., cc.

4114Sacrifice

holograph

4114The Vale of Lomond

holograph. Signed: “Emily A. Sykes.”

4115A Child’s Song of Christmas

galley proof

4115Kerry

galley proof

4115Lamentspring, 1917

spring, 1917: tss., cc., annotated and photocopy. Photocopy of printed poem is signed: “Winifred Cotter.”

4115The Fields of France

ts., cc., annotated. Signed: Winnifred Cotter.

4115When I Was a Small Lad

galley proof

Series: 5: Material about Helena Coleman
Biographical sketch
4118By Edith Laurie, 19041904

holograph

Biographical notes (printed)
4117Printed in introduction to several of her poems, in The Canadian Public Health Journal

With photograph

Clippings; photocopies of clippings; tear-sheets
4115Clippings; photocopies of clippings; tear-sheets
4117Clippings; photocopies of clippings; tear-sheets
Series: 6: Other material
4124Correspondence from C.L. Betts to Dr. Norwood

1 letter, cc. Signed by Betts

Box 5
Series: 1: Correspondence
Correspondence, general
5143. N.d., 1941: 10 letters relating to donation of over 300 paintings and sketches by A.P. Coleman to Victoria University Library, and to their exhibitionn.d., 1941

Includes: 3 letters (original) to F. Louis Barber, 1941; 3 letters (copies) from F. Louis Barber, 1941; 1 letter from Walter C. Brown, 1941; 1 letter (copy) from Barber to W.J. Little, 1941; 1 letter (copy) from Barber to C.T. Currelly (of Royal Ontario Museum), 1941; 1 memorandum from “M.R.” [Margaret V. Ray] to Barber, undated; plus a list of watercolour paintings by A.P. Coleman loaned to the University of Western Ontario, 1945

5144N.d., 1931, 1950: Christmas greetings; Correspondents include: Lord and Lady Aberdeen, 1931; Henry Chandlee Forman and Caroline Lippincott, 1950; Josette Ledoux, n.d.; and Misses MacMurchy, n.dn.d., 1931, 1950
5145N.d., 1885–1920: letters and fragments of letters, from family, friends, some unidentified correspondentsn.d., 1885-1920

Correspondents include: Mary Electa Adams, Anna, Carol, E.H.C., Daisy, Evelyn, G.W.H., Margaret, and Thorn. File also includes copy of a letter from Helena Coleman, ts., cc., unaddressed, 1937

Correspondence, by individual correspondent
5128Stubbs, S.J. (General Editor of Textbooks, Department of Education, Province of Ontario): 1 in, 19241924
5129Caswell, Edward S. (Secretary-Treasurer, Public Library of Toronto): 1 in, 1910; Reference made to possible meeting between Helena Coleman and “Mrs. McClung”1910

[Nellie L. McClung?]

5130Reynolds, Amelia and Paul Revere: 25 in, including 24 letters from Amelia, n.d., 1905–08, and 1 from Paul, 19041904, 1905-1908
5134Adams, Augusta M. and Mary Electa: 51 letters in, n.d., 1872–1907 (7 from Augusta and 44 from Mary)1872-1907

Letter of September 9, 1883 includes note to A.P. Coleman. Photocopies of correspondence in Box 5, File 134 are held in Box 5, File 134a.

5136Coleman, Lucius: 7 in, n.d., 1906–1934n.d., 1906-1934

[1 letter signed “E.A.” Coleman: same as Lucius Coleman?]

5137Coleman, Rufus A.: 12 in, 1886–19361886-1936
5138Coleman, Francis: 1 in, 18841884
5139Coleman, Albert E.: 3 in, 1907–19341907-1934
5140Norton, Sarah: 3 in, 19341934

Includes telegram relating to the death of Albert Coleman, plus related legal document, 1934 (citation re: last will and testament of Albert Coleman).

5141Ray, Margaret V. (Librarian, Victoria University): 3 out (originals), n.d., 1943n.d., 1943
5142Daisy (correspondence sent from Friends’ School, Brooklyn, New York): 3 in, n.d., 1906 n.d., 1906
5146L.O.A. [member of the Adams family?]: 5 in, 1922–411922-1941
Series: 6: Other material
5133Correspondence between Helen MacMurchy and other individuals: 26 in, 1903–451903-1945

Includes letters from: W.J. Alexander, 1904, 1906; E.H. Coleman, 1904; A.E. Lang, 1907; Duncan Campbell Scott, 1905

5135Correspondence from Mary Electa Adams to Lucius Coleman1855-1888

5 letters (including 1 fragment), 1855–88. Photocopies of correspondence in Box 5, File 135 are held in Box 5, File 135a.

Correspondence from Amelia and Paul Reynolds (literary agents, New York) to Helen MacMurchy (who acted as an agent for Helena Coleman)
5131a6 letters from Paul and 5 from Amelia [all signed as Paul, but 5 signed in Amelia’s handwriting], 19041904

Includes information about journals to which works were submitted.

5131b21 letters from Amelia, 1905 and 6 from Paul, plus 2 statements of account and a letter from Century Magazine, 19051905

Statements of account include lists of journals to which works were submitted.

5131d7 letters from Amelia, 1907, and 2 from Paul, 1907 [1 letter from Amelia signed as Paul], plus 3 statements of account1907

Includes lists of journals to which works were submitted.

5131e9 letters from Amelia, 1908 [3 signed as Paul], plus 3 statements of account1908

Includes lists of journals to which work was submitted.

5131f15 letters from Amelia, 1909 [8 signed as Paul], plus 1 unsigned letter and 3 statements of account1909

Includes lists of journals to which work was submitted.

5131g5 letters from Amelia, 1910 [4 signed as Paul], plus 2 statements of account1910

Includes lists of journals to which work was submitted.

51326 letters from Amelia, n.d. [1 signed as Paul]n.d.

Includes information about journals to which work was submitted.

Box 6
Series: 1: Correspondence
Correspondence, by individual correspondent
6152Machar, Agnes Maule: 1 in, 19091909
Series: 2: Literary files
Articles, essays and stories -- Titled
6148Christmas Employment

ts., annotated; Signed: “Winifred Cotter.”

6148Tethered Wing

ts., annotated

Poetry -- General
6154Unidentified poetry
Series: 3: Professional files
6147(A woman’s place (ech-h-h-h) is in the home, by “Helen A. Saxon”) reprinted in Toronto Globe and Mail, 19671967

clipping and photocopy of clipping. File includes copy of letter from Lorna Fraser (Victoria University Library) identifying "Helen A. Saxon" as Helena Coleman.

Series: 4: Personal files
[Autobiographical articles?]
6149List of books (Canadiana) owned by Helena Coleman: 19361936
Photographs
6151Of Helena at Mt. Coleman
6152Of Helena and other persons, including A.P. Coleman, Albert E. Coleman, John E. Coleman, G.B. Lancaster, Agnes Maule Machar, Sara MacNaughton, Marjorie Pickthall and Ethelwyn Wetherald
6152Of Helena, family members and friends
6152Of various homes and landscapes
Series: 5: Material about Helena Coleman
Reviews
6150Of Marching men1917

holograph copy of review in the Regina Leader, 1917

6150Of Marching men1917

in copy of The Rebel (University of Toronto), 1917

Series: 6: Other material
Correspondence from Amelia and Paul Reynolds (literary agents, New York) to Helen MacMurchy (who acted as an agent for Helena Coleman)
6153–154Miscellaneous material
Series: 8: Material relating to Elsie Pomeroy
6148Christmas Employment, story signed “Winifred Cotter,”; Tethered Wing, article by Helena Coleman; and letter from Elsie Pomeroy forwarding Tethered Wing to Natural History Magazine, 19531953

ts., annotated; ts., annotated

6148Letter to Elsie Pomeroy from “Helen” [1949]
6148Salute to valour: a tribute to Helena Coleman1956
6148bArticle: G.B. Lancaster, A Canadian Tribute by Elsie Pomeroy 1948
6148bCopy of a letter to Nell Lyttleton19 June 1948
6148bCopy of a letter to W.R. Lyttleton21 December 1946
Box 7
Series: 1: Correspondence
Correspondence, by individual correspondent
7157Edgar, Pelham: 1 in, 19071907
Series: 2: Literary files
Articles, essays and stories -- Titled
7157From a Dormer Window

holograph

7157Growing Old

holograph

7157Notes on a Jamaican Trip

holograph

7157The Story of the rose

holograph

7157[The Baby’s Revenge?]

ts.; Fragment.

Poetry -- Poems, by title
7157Sacrament

holograph

Series: 3: Professional files
7157(in notebook)Letters-to-the-editor of Domestic Science, relating to the role of women in the domestic sphere: n.d.n.d.
Series: 4: Personal files
Notebooks [in fragile condition], including
7155Five books, containing literary and personal notes; list of pseudonyms, including “Hollis Cattwin,” “Mrs. R.H. Hudson,” “Hollis Hume,” and “Helen A. Saxon;” addresses; “extracts from friends’ letters;” n.d., 1897, 1913-14n.d., 1897, 1913-1914
7156Five books, containing drafts of untitled prose works, holograph; fragment of Raife Stevens, (short story), holograph; fragment of untitled story, ts., annotated; n.d., 1938n.d., 1938
7157Nine books, containing household and literary notes; drafts and fragments of titled and untitled prose and poetic works, holograph;...n.d.

...draft of letter-to- the-editor relating to women in the domestic sphere; [autobiographical notes?: “I was about twelve when...”]; clipping relating to Ethelwyn Wetherald; n.d.  

Box 8
Series: 2: Literary files
Articles, essays and stories -- Titled
8(notebook)Fashions and the War

holograph

8(notebook)Letty on K’s Marriage

holograph

Poetry -- Poems, by title
8(notebook)Not to the Apathetic Sod...

ts., cc., annotated

Series: 3: Professional files
8(in notebook)Disagreeing with a book review
Series: 4: Personal files
Notebooks [in fragile condition], including
8 Twenty-one books, containing: household, literary, personal and travel notes; drafts and fragments of titled and untitled prose...n.d.

...and poetic works, holograph; draft of letter-to-the-editor disagreeing with a book review; business addresses of journals; n.d.  

Box 9
Series: 1: Correspondence
Correspondence, by individual correspondent
9 Allen, Annie and Jessie: 1 out, 19071907
9 Allen, Jessie: 1 out, 19401940
9 Allen, Maria Orme: 1 out [postcard; original], 19061906

Photograph on post card taken by A.P. Coleman.

9 Allen, Miss: 1 out, 19071907
9 Allen, Richard and Marian (original letters from Helena Coleman)n.d., 1927-1940; n.d., 1934-1935; n.d, 1929-1943

7 addressed to Marian, n.d., 1927–40; 13 to Richard (“Dick”), n.d., 1934–35; 10 to Marian and Richard, n.d, 1929–43. File includes a postcard of Mt. Coleman.

9 Allen, Richard O.: 4 out [originals], [1928]–1931[1928]-1931
9 Daisy: 1 in, 19061906
Series: 4: Personal files
Paintings
9 1 miniature painting of Helena Coleman

Framed.

Series: 5: Material about Helena Coleman
Clippings; photocopies of clippings; tear-sheets
9 Clippings; photocopies of clippings; tear-sheets
Series: 6: Other material
Correspondence from Amelia and Paul Reynolds (literary agents, New York) to Helen MacMurchy (who acted as an agent for Helena Coleman)
9 Letter from Abbe Tessier to unidentified person, 19351935
Series: 8: Material relating to Elsie Pomeroy
9 Clipping of article about Helen MacMurchy
9 Miscellaneous: Reprints of articles by Elsie Pomeroy, including: Helena Coleman, 1955; Pinehurst Island, 19561955, 1956
Box 10
Series: 1: Correspondence
Correspondence, general
102N.d., 1917: correspondence and fragments of correspondence with friends, some unidentifiedn.d., 1917

Correspondents include: Alice F. (1 in); and W. (1 out). File includes material relating to “G.B. Lancaster.”

1010Photocopy from a letter from Helena Coleman in Edith Lyttleton’s hand, 30 May 191030 May, 1910

Includes a sample of Edith Lyttleton’s handwriting

Correspondence, by individual correspondent
104Carol: 1 in, 19451945
107Thorn: 1 in, n.d.n.d.
1010Lyttleton, W.R.: 5 out, 1945–19481945-1948
Series: 2: Literary files
Articles, essays and stories -- Untitled
101Fragments of stories

tss., cc., annotated

101Table of contents page

(untitled; for a collection of prose)

105Fragments and drafts of articles or stories

holographs; tss.; tss., cc.

107Fragments of articles and stories

holographs; ts., cc.

108Fragments of stories

holographs; tss.

109Fragments of articles

holographs

Articles, essays and stories -- Titled
101A Camp in the Rockies

tear-sheet. Signed: “H.C.”

101Adelina out west

ts. and ts., cc.

101All Achievement, National and Otherwise...

holograph. Fragment. Fragile.

101At Madeira

ts., cc., annotated

101Before the War in Italy

ts., cc., annotated. Signed: “A.T. Cottingham.”

101Being Alone in the House

tear-sheet, annotated. Signed: “Helen A. Saxon.”

101Kitchen Psychology

tss., cc., annotated

101Mrs. Lougheed’s Call

tear-sheet, annotated; Signed: “Helen A. Saxon.”

101Pigeon-holed

ts., annotated. Signed: “Helen A. Saxon.”

101The Call of the Wild

ts., annotated

101The Story of Frenchy

ts., cc. Fragment.

101To Be Concluded

tear-sheet, annotated. Signed: “Helen A. Saxon.”

101Way Down South in Winter-time

holograph

101[Cousin Connie’s Accent?]

ts., annotated; Signed: “Helen A. Saxon.”

103The Entrance to our Little Bay

holograph and tss., annotated

105A Reformed Character

ts., annotated. Fragment. Signed: “Helen A. Saxon.”

105Along Life’s Little Side-paths

ts., annotated; ts., cc., annotated Draft and fragment. Signed: “Cotter.”

105April Frosts and April Fears

ts., annotated; Fragment. Signed: “Winifred Cotter.”

105Bat

holograph; In notebook, fragile.

105Behind the Lines

ts., cc., annotated

105Cousin Connie’s Accent

ts., annotated

105Doctor

holograph. In notebook, fragile.

105Does Marriage Conduce to Intellectuality

ts., cc. Signed: “Winnifred Cotter.”

105Endings

ts., annotated

105Fate Decreed that I Should Spend the Summer of 1935...

holograph

105Footprints

twelve essays: holograph

105I Had Hoped to Reach Cranby Before Dark

ts., cc., annotated

105In a Wild Strawberry Patch

ts. Fragment.

105It Was Ten O’clock on a Sunny March Evening in Florida

holograph; ts., annotated

105Last Train out of Germany, August 1, 1914

holograph

105M.L.C.P.

ts., annotated

105Our Audacious Rodent

ts., annotated. Fragment.

105Ten-year-old and the Fishin’ Hole

ts., cc. Fragment.

105The Elusive Times

ts., cc.

105The Red-eyed Vireo Made a Bad Mistake Last Summer

holograph

107Afternoon Teas

holograph

107Button Hook

holograph

107Some notes on the Fauna of the West Indies

ts., cc.

107The Habit of Pouring

holograph

108At About Sixteen I Went to a Small Farm...

holograph. Subject: L.O.C.

108M.L.C.P.

holograph

109Epiloguets. [Epilogue to a lecture on geology?]

ts. [Epilogue to a lecture on geology?]

109Iris

holograph

Poetry -- General
104Poems, untitled

holographs; tss., annotated; tss., cc., annotated. Fragments and drafts.

Poetry -- Poems, by title
104A Chant of Love

reprint (from Atlantic Monthly). Signed: “Helen Gray Cone.”

104A Little Knowledge

ts. Signed: “Maxwell Wallace.” [Helena Coleman?]

104At Lilac Time

ts., cc.

104Bluebirds

ts. Signed: “Maxwell Wallace.” [Helena Coleman?]

104Disarmament

ts.

104Dyson (list of corrections)

ts.

104Ere Night Was Ended

holograph

104Feeding the Birds

ts. Signed: “Maxwell Wallace.” [Helena Coleman?]

104For One in Adversity

ts.

104History

ts.

104Irish Melody

ts.

104May 1940

ts.

104Money

ts.

104My Little One

ts.

104Night Life

ts. Signed: “F.G. Pearson.” [Helena Coleman?]

104Old Women

holograph. Signed: Frances Alexander [Helena Coleman?]

104On Sailing

ts.

104Outline

ts., cc. annotated;

104Prayer of an advice-giver

ts.

104Prelude

ts.

104Rainy Weather

holograph

104Secrets

ts., cc. Signed: “C.D.” [Helena Coleman?]

104Snow Prints

ts. Signed: “Maxwell Wallace.” [Helena Coleman?]

104The Ant

ts. Signed: “Maxwell Wallace.” [Helena Coleman?]

104The Day that Uncle Corbin Died

ts., cc., annotated

104The Mystery

holograph. Signed: “Ralph Hodgson.” [Helena Coleman?]

104The New Magazine

ts., cc.

104The wish

ts.

104Trying to Understand

ts.

104Unknown to Fame

ts., cc., annotated

105By a Mountain Lake

ts., cc., annotated

105In Action

ts., cc., annotated. Signed: “H.C.”

105Waiting

ts.

107August 1914

ts., cc.

107My Little One

ts., cc.

Series: 4: Personal files
[Autobiographical articles?]
101A Camp in the Rockies
101The Call of the Wild
103The Entrance to our Little Bay
105Last Train out of Germany, August 1, 1914
108See “At about sixteen I went to a small farm near Hamilton to keep house for my brother L.O.C.”
Series: 7: Material relating to G.B. Lancaster
104Drafts of six poems

tss., cc., some annotated. signed “G.B. Lancaster.”

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