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Queen Marie of Romania papers

Queen MarieFinding Aid for the Queen Marie of Romania papers

Author of finding aid: Prepared by James M. Petrucella, December 16, 1994

Revisions: Updated December, 2006; Reorganized by Edith Serkownek and additional materials integrated, December, 2007

Descriptive Rules: DACS


Origination (principal individuals): Marie, Queen, consort of Ferdinand I, King of Romania, 1875-1938; Alexandra, Mother, 1908-; Harris, Ray Baker, 1907-; Stefan Habsburg, Archduke


Inclusive Dates: 1793-1991

Bulk Dates: bulk 1918-1991


Extent: 30 cubic feet (29 boxes = 13 record storage boxes, 3 half size record storage boxes, 1 document box, 1 slim document box, 10 flat boxes and 1 oversized box) and 2 inscribed marble monuments

Physical Location: 11th floor

Language of Materials: Significant portions of the collection are in Romanian and English, with some material in French, German and Spanish.


Abstract: The Queen Marie of Romania papers contains correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, personal belongings and other miscellaneous items related to the lives of Queen Marie and her daughter, Princess Ileana. In addition, the collection contains literary pieces by Romanian authors and poets, literary journals, newspapers and books.


Biography: Queen Marie was born Marie Alexandra Victoria on October 29, 1875 in Kent, England. She was the daughter of Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh and the former Grand Duchess Marie Alexandrovna of Russia. Marie was the granddaughter of Queen Victoria and married Ferdinand of Romania in 1893. Marie, who became Queen of the Romanians in 1914, was popular among the Romanian public and served as a nurse during World War I. Queen Marie had six children of which Princess Ileana was fifth, being born in 1909. Queen Marie died in 1938.

Princess Ileana and her husband, Anton Habsburg, Archduke of Austria, also had six children with Stefan being the oldest. Princess Ileana moved to the United States after her deportation from the communist state of Romania. Divorcing Anton, she moved her family to Newton, Massachusetts and began a writing career and made several public appearances to support the family. Much of her writing reflected on her life in Romania and her mother. Princess Ileana entered the religious life in 1959 and founded the Monastery of the Transfiguration, an Orthodox convent located in Pennsylvania, in 1968. She eventually became known as Mother Alexandra. She died in 1991.


Scope and Content: The bulk of the Queen Marie of Romania papers date from 1918-1991 and contain correspondence, photograph albums, newspaper clippings, personal belongings and other miscellaneous items of Queen Marie and her daughter, Princess Ileana. This collection documents the Romanian royal family's personal and public activities during much of the 20th century including Queen Marie's involvement during World War I, her trip to the United States and Canada in 1926 and her death in 1938. It also documents Princess Ileana's activities during World War II, her exile from Romania and her church involvement. In addition, the collection contains literary pieces by Romanian authors and poets, literary journals, newspapers and books. The collection was donated in several installments, and at varying times by Queen Marie, Princess Ileana, Stefan Habsburg (the son of Ileana) and Ray Baker Harris. The collection was processed at the item level. Throughout the inventory Ileana is referred to as Princess Ileana rather than Mother Alexandra. Attempts have been made when possible to put in parenthesis the relationship of an individual to Princess Ileana or Queen Marie.


Statement of Arrangement: This collection has been divided into eight series. Series 1 includes correspondence of Queen Marie, documents related to Queen Marie, and materials collected by researchers Hector Bolitho and Ray Baker Harris memorializing and documenting Queen Marie's life. Series 2 contains correspondence of and documents related to Princess Ileana. Series 3 contains photographs, photograph albums and scrapbooks documenting Queen Marie, Princess Ileana and the Romanian royal family. Series 4 contains periodical clippings regarding Queen Marie, Princess Ileana and the Romanian royal family. Also included are published articles written by Queen Marie regarding her life and travels. Series 5 contains oversized material and includes correspondence, photographs, periodical clippings and framed images. Series 6 includes audio-visual materials related to the Romanian royal family. Series 7 contains objects related to the royal family. Series 8 includes literary pieces by Romanian authors and poets, literary journals, newspapers, books and microfilm.

List of Series

Series 1: Correspondence and Documents Relating to Queen Marie

Series 2: Correspondence and Documents Relating to Princess Ileana

Series 3: Photographs and Photograph Albums

Series 4: Periodical Clippings

Series 5: Oversized Material

Series 6: Audio-Visual Materials

Series 7: Objects

Series 8: Romanian Literary Works


Preferred Citation: Queen Marie of Romania papers. Department of Special Collections and Archives. Kent State University Libraries and Media Services.

Separated Material: There are two large carved marble monuments in this collection. One of the marble monument is on exhibit in the 11th floor hallway. The second marble monument is located in storage in 11th floor back room.

Related Material: Further published information concerning Queen Marie of Romania can be found in KentLINK.

In 1926 Queen Marie visited America and Canada. A special page has been created to provide a chronology of her trip, some photographs and a map of her scheduled route. The information for this chronology was taken from On Tour With Queen Marie by Constance Lily Morris, who traveled with the Queen. All of the photographs are from the collection.

One of the Queen Marie photoalbums has been converted to digital images as a means of preserving the fragile pages. It is available for viewing. The individual pages of the scrapbook were scanned in their entirety to preserve the placement of the photos on the page and the Queen's own handwriting as she identified the photos.


Acquisition Information: The collection was donated in several installments by Queen Marie, Princess Ileana, Stefan Habsburg, Ray Baker Harris and others. Professor Glee Wilson a Kent State history professor has also made selected contributions to the collection over time.


Box 1

Subseries 1A: Correspondence and writings of Queen Marie

Correspondence of Queen Marie and personal documents written by Queen Marie. Material is organized chronologically. Research note: Correspondence relating to Queen Marie's friendship with the Huntington family is organized separately.

Folder -- Contents

  1. Correspondence: Queen Marie to Leila Milne (Governess), 17 transcribed letters with cover note by Hector Bolitho (2 copies): October, 1907 to February, 1929
  2. Correspondence: Queen Marie to [unaddressed]: January 12, 1911 (photostatic copy)
  3. Publication: Pages from unidentified book(s) with attached reproductions of Queen Marie's letters or journal entries; Chapter titles include "Sambata Mortilor" (Saturday of the Dead), "De La Inima Mea La Inima Lor" (From My Heart to Their Heart) and "Lacrimi" (Tears), relating the Queen's experiences during WWI: 1917, 1918 and undated (photocopies) (Romanian)
  4. Publications (2): H. M. Queen Marie of Roumania, booklets with forward by Queen Marie, intended to accompany a book by Marie Jonnesco on Romanian art history: May 23, 1923 and [Undated]
  5. Correspondence: Queen Marie to [Dorothy] Wilkie regarding Colonel [Joe Boyle?]: May 31, 1923
  6. Correspondence: Beatrice on behalf of Queen Marie to [Dorothy] Wilkie, note sent from Buckingham Palace: May 13, 1924
  7. Document: Queen Marie essay, "Is Royal Blood a Blessing?": 1926 (typed photostatic copy)
  8. Document: Testament of Nancy Astor regarding the character of Queen Marie: 1926
  9. Correspondence: Queen Marie to Prince Wladimir Ghyca: October 5, 1931 (photocopy)
  10. Correspondence: Queen Marie to [Hector] Bolitho regarding Ray Baker Harris: January 25, 1932: (Romania scrapbook)
  11. Correspondence: Queen Marie to Irene [?] describing birth of Prince Stefan to Princess Ileana: August 17, 1932
  12. Documents (2): Queen Marie, Last Will and Testament, "Mon Testament": June 29, 1933 (typed) (French)
  13. Correspondence: Queen Marie to Princess Ileana: November 13, 1934 (photostatic copy)
  14. Correspondence: Prince Nicholas to [Queen Marie], 2 drafts of a letter: April 1, 1935
  15. Document: Queen Marie's endorsement of an exhibition or book (?) supporting the arts of the Romanian people: 1938 (photostatic copy) (Romanian)
  16. Document: Queen Marie, last words to her people, "A Mon Pays et a Mon Peuple": Circa 1938 (French) (typed transcript)
  17. Correspondence: Queen Marie to Princess Ileana, addressed to 'Jeanne': Undated (French)
  18. Correspondence: Queen Marie to Wera [?], two notes: May 9 [Undated] and Undated (German)
  19. Correspondence: Colette Morit to Queen Marie, telegram: Undated (French)
  20. Correspondence: Rene Boylesue to [unaddressed], accepting an invitation for a Romanian royal event: November 2, [unreadble] (French)
  21. Document: Queen Marie, essay or speech referring the end of WWI, "The World is...": Undated

Box 1--Continued

Subseries 1B: Material relating to Queen Marie and the Huntington Family

Material relating to Queen Marie's friendship with the Huntington family, including a diary, correspondence and photographs. Material is organized chronologically.

  1. Document (2): Diary of Visit with Her Majesty Queen Marie by [the Huntingtons]: January 29 to February 10, 1925 (typed transcript and photocopy)
  2. Photographs (18): Cotroceni castle exterior (Includes Photos of Royal Family Members), taken by G. H. Huntington, a part of the G. H. Huntington Diary: [1925]
  3. Correspondence: Queen Marie to "For all four friends" [the Huntingtons]: February 21, 1925 (typed transcript and photocopy of transcript)
  4. Correspondence: Queen Marie to George Huntington: February 4, 1926
  5. Correspondence: Queen Marie to "My Dear Faithful Four" [the Huntingtons]: April 30, 1927
  6. Correspondence: Queen Marie to Elizabeth Huntington: November 12, 1934
  7. Correspondence: Queen Marie to Mr. Damon (referred to as one of the "Faithful Four") regarding abdication of Edward of England: January 1, 1937 (transcribed copy)
  8. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to [George and Elizabeth] Huntington: January 18, 1937
  9. Correspondence: [George Huntington] to Princess Ileana: January 2, 1938 (photocopy)
  10. Photographs (30): Queen Marie and the Huntington family in Romania: July 1, 1928 and [Undated]
  11. Photographs (14): Queen Marie and Romania taken by the Huntington family; Kodak envelope, "Prof. Huntington. Give to Ileana. Photos of her family.": Undated (1 of 3 folders)
  12. Photographs (12): Scenes of Romania taken by the Huntington family with notes on the back: Undated (2 of 3 folders)
  13. Photographs (24): Scenes of Romania taken by the Huntington family: Undated (3 of 3 folders)

Box 1--Continued

Subseries 1C: Documents related to Queen Marie and events that occurred during her reign

Material organized chronologically and then by record type.

  1. Document: Poem by Romain Coohy regarding the King and Queen of Romania: December 18, 1922 (French)
  2. Publication: Book cover or promotional flyer for A Princess in Exile: Further Memoirs by Marie, Grand Duchess of Russia, including her stay with Queen Marie of Romania, : [Copyright 1932]
  3. Publication: Booklet, Maria Fresca: September 11, 1933-April 22, 1937, Solemnitatea Inaugurarii s'a Facut in Prezenta M. S. Regelui Carol II; A foldout booklet depicting history of Romania from Roman Times to Carol II: May 26, 1938 (Romanian)
  4. Documents: Romanian government documents from the Moitorul Oficial regarding the funeral of Queen Marie: July 18, 20, 22 and 24, 1938 (photostatic copies) (Romanian)
  5. Document: Epitaph of Queen Marie, transcription: Undated (photocopies) (Romanian)
  6. Document: Epitaph of Prince Mircea's (Queen Marie's son), transcription: Undated (Romanian)
  7. Document: Photograph of marble monument and typed transcript of its text, plea of Queen Marie to the U.S. and the reply of President Wilson: [1926] (Original marbles a donation of the family of Dr. J. Breckinridge Bayne, 1980) Research note: Original monument in the collection located in Series 7: Objects
  8. Document: Photograph of marble monument and typed transcript of its text, an address to America from Henriette of Belgium: Address dated April 28, 1918, photograph and transcript: Undated (Original marbles a donation of the family of Dr. J. Breckinridge Bayne, 1980) Research note: Original monument in the collection located in Series 7: Objects
  9. Document: Poem, "La Imptruerea Visului, 1916-1918," unsigned, written on computer paper: Undated (Romanian)
  10. Document: Poem, "Eu fost in Vinerea Mare la o biserica" (I've Been to a Church on Good Friday), unsigned: Undated (Romanian)
  11. Document: "A Queen's Prayer": Undated (typed in English with handwritten Romanian Translation)
  12. Stationery: Blank miscellaneous royal stationary and envelopes including Palatul Cotroceni and Abbazia di San Gregorio: Undated

Box 1--Continued

Subseries 1D: Material relating to Queen Marie and Colonel Joe Boyle

Correspondence regarding Queen Marie's friendship with Colonel Joe Boyle, an officer in World War I. Research note: See also Correspondence and writings of Queen Marie.

  1. Correspondence: Kim Beattie to Ray Baker Harris regarding Colonel Joe Boyle: October 19, 1946 (Ray Baker Harris Correspondence)
  2. Correspondence: Richard North to Princess Ileana regarding Colonel Joe Boyle: January 8, 1990/With response from Princess Ileana: March 26, 1990
  3. Correspondence and Document: Carol Staudter, Reader's Digest, to Princess Ileana regarding article about Colonel Joe Boyle: January 29, 1990; Copy of article, "The Sourdough Who Loved a Queen" by Charles W. Smith
  4. Correspondence: Susan V. Start to Princess Ileana regarding Colonel Joe Boyle: August 2, 1990/With response from Princess Ileana: August 13, 1990
  5. Correspondence: David Walden to Princess Ileana regarding a musical about Colonel Joe Boyle: March 19, 1990/With response from Princess Ileana: May 5, 1990

Box 1--Continued

Subseries 1E: Hector Bolitho material regarding Queen Marie

Hector Bolitho correspondence, documents and photographs. Hector Bolitho was friend of Queen Marie and an author of a number of royal biographies. In 1950 he published A Biographer's Notebook which included correspondence between Queen Marie and Ray Baker Harris. Material organized chronologically.

  1. Correspondence: Four invitations to Hector Bolitho for Romanian royal receptions: January 23 and January 28 [1938] and November 16, 1938 (French)
  2. Documents: Program and newspaper clipping regarding Mr. [Hector] Bolitho's visit to the King's Guard Regiment: January 25, 1938 and [Undated]
  3. Document: Menu from the Kings Guard Regiment's Officers Mess, signed by members of the King's Guard: January 15, 1938 (Romania Scrapbook)
  4. Document: Card signed, "With best remembrances form the Kings Guard Regiment" by Colonel Radu Nicolescu Cociu; January 15, 1938 (Romania Scrapbook)
  5. Photographs (3): Kings Guard Regiment, 2 of the photographs autographed on back by regiment members: [January, 1938] (Romania Scrapbook)
  6. Invitation: Anglo-Rumanian Society lecture by Hector Bolitho, called "Human Nature in Biography": January 28, [1938] (Romania Scrapbook)
  7. Photograph: Audience for Hector Bolitho presentation at the Anglo-Rumanian Society: [January 28, 1938] (Romania Scrapbook)
  8. Poster: Hector Bolitho presentation at the Asociatiei Anglo-Romane conference: January 28 [1938] (Romanian) (Romania Scrapbook)
  9. Periodical clippings: Hector Bolitho: 1939 and Undated (Romanian)
  10. Periodical clippings: Hector Bolitho: 1939 and Undated (Romania Scrapbook) (French and Romanian)
  11. Photographs (2): Photographs of unidentified person, V. V. Tiery (?), inscribed to Hector Bolitho: April 13, 1939 and December 24, 1939 (Romania Scrapbook)
  12. Correspondence: Frank Vaughan to Hector Bolitho regarding Vaughan's aunt who had been a nurse to Queen Marie's children: January 14, 1944
  13. Correspondence and Transcript: Typed transcript of a chapter from Hector Bolitho's book, A Biographer's Notebook containing letters between Queen Marie and Ray Baker Harris with deletions made by Harris; Correspondence; Ray [Baker Harris] to Hector [Bolitho] regarding the book chapter: April 11 and May 16, 1949)
  14. Correspondence: Prince Nicholas to Hector Bolitho regarding A Biographer's Notebook: May 6, 1960
  15. Photograph: "Sir Reginald Hop Re: British Minister + Hector Bolitho": Undated (Romania Scrapbook)

Box 1--Continued

Subseries 1F: Ray Baker Harris material regarding Queen Marie

Ray Baker Harris publications, correspondence and documents. Harris was a friend and admirer of Queen Marie and published Collection Concerning Queen Marie of Roumania and the Roumania of 1866-1941 in 1942. The following includes correspondence Harris initiated with U.S. embassies and legations following Queen Marie's death, and includes Collection Concerning Queen Marie of Roumania and correspondence related to its publication.

  1. Correspondence: Georges Enesco (musician and composer) to A. Dandelot concerning concerts in Spain: April 16, 1921 Research note: Collected by Ray Baker Harris. For additional Georges Enesco material see Subseries 2D: Correspondence between Princess Ileana and other relatives and friends.
  2. Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings and Invitation: Material regarding Queen Marie presiding over the Royal Literary Fund dinner; Correspondence, H. J. C. Marshall, Secretary, Royal Literary Fund, to Ray Baker Harris [July 26, 1937], two newspaper clippings [Circa 1937]; invitation to the Literary Fund Society's 50th Anniversary [May 8, 1839] (Mariana Collection)
  3. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Ray Baker Harris regarding Queen Marie's death: July 20, 1938
  4. Correspondence: Carol R. [King Carol ?] and General Zwiedinek to Ray Baker Harris, telegrams: July 23 and 28, 1938
  5. Document: Announcement card and program Queen Marie memorial service, Washington Cathedral: July 25, 1938
  6. Correspondence: Thank you card from Royal Palace Dedinje to Ray Baker Harris: July 27, 1938
  7. Correspondence: Christine Galitzi, [Queen Marie's secretary], to Ray Baker Harris: August 3, 1938
  8. Correspondence: George T. Summerlin, Chief Division of Protocol, Department of State, Washington D.C., to Ray Baker Harris: August 11, 1938
  9. Correspondence: Radu Irimescu, Minister of Roumania for United States, to Ray Baker Harris: August 18, 1938
  10. Correspondence: James E. Brown Jr. Second Secretary of Embassy: London, United Kingdom, to Ray Baker Harris: August 19, 1938
  11. Correspondence: George A. Gordon, American Minister, The Hague, Netherlands, to Ray Baker Harris: August 24, 1938
  12. Correspondence: Joseph E. Davies, Brussels, Belgium to Ray Baker Harris: August 25, 1938
  13. Correspondence: Alexander C. Kirk, Charge d' Affaires A.I., Moscow, Soviet Union, to Ray Baker Harris: August 26, 1938
  14. Correspondence: Edward L. Reed, Counselor of Embassy, Rome, Italy, to Ray Baker Harris: August 27, 1938
  15. Correspondence: North Winship, Counselor of Embassy, Warsaw, Poland, to Ray Baker Harris: August 27, 1938
  16. Correspondence: [Mosley?], American Minister, Copenhagen, Denmark, to Ray Baker Harris: August 29, 1938
  17. Correspondence: Wilbur J. Carr, American Minister, Prague, Czechoslovakia, to Ray Baker Harris: August 30, 1938
  18. Correspondence: K. deG MacVitty, Charge' d' Affaires A.I., Sofia, Bulgaria, to Ray Baker Harris: August 30, 1938
  19. Correspondence: Howard K. Travers, Charg'e d' Affaires A.I., Budapest, Hungary, to Ray Baker Harris: August 30, 1938
  20. Correspondence: Hugh R. Wilson, U.S. Embassy, Berlin, Germany, to Ray Baker Harris: August 30, 1938
  21. Correspondence: Archibald E. Gray, Secretary of Legation, Helsinki, Finland, to Ray Baker Harris: September 1, 1938
  22. Correspondence: Florence J. Harriman, American Minister, Oslo, Norway, to Ray Baker Harris: September 1, 1938
  23. Correspondence: Douglas MacArthur II, Secretary of Embassy, Paris, France, to Ray Baker Harris: September 1, 1938
  24. Correspondence: Lincoln MacVeagn, American Minister, Athens, Greece, to Ray Baker Harris: September 2, 1938
  25. Correspondence: R. F. Fernald, Charge d' Affaires A.I., Lisbon, Portugal, to Ray Baker Harris: September 2, 1938
  26. Correspondence: F. A. Sterling, American Minister, Stockholm, Sweden, to Ray Baker Harris: September 6, 1938
  27. Correspondence: Joseph L. Brent, Second Sec of Embassy, Istanbul, Turkey, to Ray Baker Harris: September 6, 1938
  28. Correspondence: Leslie E. Reed, Charge d' Affaires A.I., Montevideo, Uruguay, to Ray Baker Harris: September 7, 1938
  29. Correspondence: Gordon P. Merriam, Secretary of Legation, Bulkeley Ramleh, Egypt, to Ray Baker Harris: September 8, 1938
  30. Correspondence: [Unreadable signature, possibly Leland Harrison], Bern, Switzerland, to Ray Baker Harris: September 8, 1938
  31. Correspondence: Randolph Harrison Jr, Secretary of Embassy, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to Ray Baker Harris: September 9, 1938
  32. Correspondence: Edward P. Maffitt, Third Secretary of Embassy, Buenos Aires, Argentina, to Ray Baker Harris: September 13, 1938
  33. Correspondence: Norman Armour, American Embassy, Santiago, Chile, to Ray Baker Harris: September 21, 1938
  34. Correspondence: Joseph C. Grew, American Ambassador, Tokyo, Japan, to Ray Baker Harris: October 6, 1938
  35. Correspondence: Robert P. Joyce, Secretary of Legation, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, to Ray Baker Harris: October 18, 1938
  36. Correspondence: General Friedrick [Zwiedinek] to Ray Baker Harris: December 29, 1938
  37. Correspondence: General Friedrick [Zwiedinek] to Ray Baker Harris: Circa 1938
  38. Correspondence: R. Fo[unreadable], Royal Roumanian Legation, Washington, D.C., to Ray Baker Harris: October 13, 1939
  39. Correspondence: Cordell Hull, Department of State, to John Z. Anderson, House of Representatives, regarding the travels of Queen Marie in the U.S. in 1926: November 7, 1939
  40. Correspondence: Daniel Willard, President, The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co. to John Z. Anderson, House of Representatives, regarding the travels of Queen Marie in the U.S. in 1926: November 10, 1939
  41. Correspondence: Brutus J. Coste, Charge'd Affaires A.I. of Romania, to Ray Baker Harris: October 30, 1941
  42. Correspondence: Charles Scribner, Charles Scribner's Sons, to Ray Baker Harris regarding details of publication: November 5, 1941
  43. Publication: Booklet, Collection Concerning Marie Queen of Roumania and the Roumania of 1866 to 1941 by Ray Baker Harris: Copyright, 1942
  44. Display Folder and Photographs: Gold stamped, A Collection Concerning Marie Queen of Roumania and the Roumania of 1866 -1941 containing photographs (5) of Ray Baker Harris's Queen Marie collection (photograph reprinted in Harris's booklet): [Circa 1942]
  45. Correspondence: Edgar Erskine Hume, Colonel, Medical Field Service School, to Ray Baker Harris: May 21, 1942
  46. Correspondence: Walter M. Hill, Bookseller, to Ray Baker Harris, blue bookbinder's cloth: May 21, 1942
  47. Correspondence: Bernard Knollenberg, Librarian, Yale University, to Ray Baker Harris: May 23, 1942
  48. Correspondence: W. H. Raney, Director, The University Libraries, University of Chicago, to Ray Baker Harris: May 26, 1942
  49. Correspondence: St. George L. Sioussat, Chief, Division of Manuscripts, Library of Congress, to Ray Baker Harris: May 27, 1942
  50. Correspondence: Radu Irimescu, former Roumanian Minister to the United States, to Ray Baker Harris: May 27, 1942
  51. Correspondence: H. Balees(?) to Ray Baker Harris: June 2, 1942
  52. Correspondence: Russell Doubleday to Ray Baker Harris: June 4, 1942
  53. Correspondence: K. D. Metcalf, Director, Library of Harvard University, to Ray Baker Harris: June 5, 1942
  54. Correspondence: Laurence Bumgarleau(?) to Ray Baker Harris: June 7, 1942
  55. Correspondence: Gilbert Grosvenor, President, National Geographic Society, to Ray Baker Harris: June 10, 1942
  56. Correspondence: [Unreadable signature], Calvary Rectory, to Ray Baker Harris: June 13, 1942
  57. Correspondence: Arthur Andrews, Institute of World Affairs Association, to Ray Baker Harris: June 15, 1942
  58. Correspondence: William Nelson Cromwell to Ray Baker Harris: June 15, 1942
  59. Correspondence: John Russell Mason, Librarian, George Washington University, to Ray Baker Harris: June 16, 1942
  60. Correspondence: Alice H. Lerck [?] to Ray Baker Harris: June 25, [1942]
  61. Correspondence: Charles G. Dawes, City National Bank, Chicago to Ray Baker Harris: June 27, 1942
  62. Correspondence: Cynthia Cobrille on behalf of Queen Mary [U.K.] to [Ray Baker Harris]: July 6, 1942
  63. Correspondence: Horace Morison to Ray Baker Harris: July 24, 1942
  64. Correspondence: van Tets van Goudriaan, Principal Secretary, Cabinet of the Queen, Netherlands, to Ray Baker Harris: August 1, 1942
  65. Correspondence: John W. Davis to Ray Baker Harris: August 24, 1942
  66. Correspondence: Lowell Thomas to Ray Baker Harris: August 25, 1942
  67. Publication: Announcement of the publication of the booklet A Collection Concerning Marie Queen Of Romania by Ray Baker Harris in The Library World from Grafton & Co.: August/September, 1942
  68. Correspondence: Elsa M. Peterson, President, YWCA, to Ray Baker Harris: September 22, 1942
  69. Correspondence: [Unreadable] Amery, India Office to Ray Baker Harris: December 1, 1942
  70. Correspondence: James Farmer [?], The Evening Star-The Sunday Star, to Ray Baker Harris: December 1, 1942
  71. Correspondence: Henri de Regnior to Ray Baker Harris: Circa 1942 (French)
  72. Program and photograph: Program for Memorial Mass for King Ferdinand and Queen Marie, The Cathedral Church of St John the Divine, [New York] and photograph of icons: December 10, 1955

Box 2

Subseries 2A: Correspondence between Princess Ileana and her husband, children and grandchildren

Folder -- Contents

  1. Document: Anton von Habsburg (Husband), Last Will and Testament: December 23, 1986 (photocopy) (German)
  2. Correspondence: Dominic Habsburg (Son) to Princess Ileana: July 26, 1978
  3. Correspondence: Dominic Habsburg (Son) to Princess Ileana: March 10, 1982
  4. Correspondence: Elizabeth (Daughter) and Rico [?] to Princess Ileana: January 22, 1989 (German)
  5. Correspondence: Minola (Daughter) to Princess Ileana: January 1 and 2, 1958 (German)
  6. Correspondence: Minola (Daughter) to Princess Ileana: January 14, [Undated]
  7. Correspondence: Minola (Daughter) to Princess Ileana: March 22, [Undated]
  8. Correspondence: Minola (Daughter) to Princess Ileana: July 27, [Undated]
  9. Correspondence: Minola (Daughter) to Princess Ileana: Undated
  10. Correspondence: Minola (Daughter) to Mr. Howard: December 24, [Undated]
  11. Correspondence: Stefan Habsburg (Son) to Princess Ileana: October 30, 1987 (Romanian)
  12. Correspondence: Stefan Habsburg (Son) to Princess Ileana: December 27, 1989
  13. Correspondence: Stefan Habsburg (Son) to King Michael: December 24, 1989 (photocopy)
  14. Document: Stefan Habsburg (Son) statement to Radio Free Europe: December 22, 1989: (Romanian) (photocopy)
  15. Document: Stefan Habsburg (Son): My Mama, Three Recollections. Circa 1991 (typed and photocopied)
  16. Correspondence: Glesua (Granddaughter) to Princess Ileana: October 13, 1982: (German)
  17. Correspondence: Glesua (Granddaughter) to Princess Ileana: February 16, 1983: (German)
  18. Correspondence: Glesua (Granddaughter) to Princess Ileana: March 22, 1983: (German)
  19. Correspondence: Glesua (Granddaughter) to Princess Ileana: November 8, 1988: (German)
  20. Correspondence on back of Photograph: Glesua (Granddaughter) to Princess Ileana: September 16, 1989
  21. Correspondence: Glesua (Granddaughter) to Princess Ileana: Undated (German)
  22. Correspondence: Ileana (Granddaughter) to Princess Ileana: Undated
  23. Correspondence: Ileana (Granddaughter) to Princess Ileana: Undated
  24. Correspondence: Peter (Grandson) to Princess Ileana: Undated
  25. Correspondence: Peter (Grandson) to Princess Ileana: Undated
  26. Correspondence: Tantz Habsburg (Granddaughter) to Princess Ileana: March 21, 1983
  27. Correspondence: Princess Ileana, Christmas card from Schloss Sonnberg with photograph of her 3 children: 1936
  28. Correspondence: Princess Ileana and family, Christmas card/New Year's card from Sonnberg, Hollabrunn with photograph of Ileana, Anton Von Habsburg and four children, signed: 1938: (Princess Ileana Scrapbook)
  29. Journal entry: [Princess Ileana ?]: November 17, 1963 (photocopy) (French)
  30. Correspondence: Princess Ileana New Year's card, with photograph of Ileana's yacht: Undated
  31. Correspondence: Princess Ileana Christmas card, Mother and child triptych print: Undated

Box 2--Continued

Subseries 2B: Correspondence between Princess Ileana and Prince Nicholas and Thereza, her brother and sister-in-law

  1. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Prince Nicholas: December 5, 1969: (Romanian)
  2. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Prince Nicholas: January 1, 1973: (Romanian)
  3. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Prince Nicholas: August 14, 1974: (Romanian)
  4. Correspondence: Prince Nicholas to Princess Ileana: September 25, 1974: (Romanian)
  5. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Prince Nicholas: January 4, 1975: (Romanian)
  6. Correspondence: Prince Nicholas to Princess Ileana: March 12, 1975: (Romanian)
  7. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to [Prince Nicholas], Christmas Card: [December], 1975: (Romanian)
  8. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Prince Nicholas: March 12, 1976: (Romanian)
  9. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Prince Nicholas: April 29, 1976: (Romanian)
  10. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Prince Nicholas and Thereza: February 29, 1978: (Romanian)
  11. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Thereza: August 13, 1980
  12. Correspondence: Thereza to Princess Ileana: August 20, 1980/With response from Princess Ileana: December 5, 1980
  13. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Thereza: December 8, 1982
  14. Correspondence: Thereza to Princess Ileana: April 19, 1984
  15. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Thereza: October 19, 1988
  16. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Prince Nicholas, Christmas Card: Undated (Romanian)
  17. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Prince Nicholas, Christmas Card: Undated (Romanian)
  18. Correspondence: Prince Nicholas and Thereza to Princess Ileana, Christmas Card: Undated
  19. Document: Memoirs of Prince Nicolas: Undated (photocopies)

Box 2--Continued

Subseries 2C: Correspondence between Princess Ileana and King Michael, her nephew

  1. Correspondence: King Michael and family to Princess Ileana, Christmas Card: December, 1984
  2. Correspondence: King Michael to Princess Ileana: November 16, 1986
  3. Correspondence: King Michael to Princess Ileana: January 26, 1987
  4. Correspondence: King Michael to Princess Ileana: November 7, 1987
  5. Correspondence: King Michael to Princess Ileana: August 24, 1988
  6. Correspondence: King Michael to Princess Ileana: September 20, 1988
  7. Document: Statement by King Michael regarding the Romanian political situation: September, 1988 (photocopies) (Romanian and English)
  8. Document: Statement by King Michael regarding the Romanian political situation: November, 1988 (photocopies) (Romanian and English)
  9. Correspondence: King Michael to [James Baker], U.S. Secretary of the Treasury: November 24, 1989: (photocopy)
  10. Document: Correspondence or statement by King Michael to "Saint Pere" regarding the Romanian political situation: November 26, 1989 (photocopies 2) (French)
  11. Document: Press Release by King Michael regarding the Romanian political situation: November 27, 1989 (French)
  12. Document: News story (?) regarding King Michael and the Romanian political situation: November, 1989 (photocopy) (French)
  13. Correspondence: King Michael to Princess Ileana: December 14, 1989
  14. Document: Statement by King Michael regarding the Romanian political situation: December 18, 1989
  15. Document: Statement by King Michael on Radio Free Europe: December 21, [1989] (French)
  16. Document: Statement by King Michael statement for Press Conference: December 22, 1989
  17. Document: Statement by King Michael regarding the Romanian political situation: December 23, 1989 (English and French)
  18. Document: Statement by King Michael regarding the Romanian political situation: December 24 and 25, 1989 (English and French)
  19. Document: Statement by King Michael regarding the Romanian political situation: December 25, 1989 (Romanian)
  20. Document: Statement by King Michael regarding the Romanian political situation: December 26, 1989 (English, French and Romanian)
  21. Document: Press Release by King Michael regarding the Romanian political situation: December 30, 1989 (English and Romanian)
  22. Correspondence: King Michael to Princess Ileana: April 30, 1990
  23. Document: Essay, "In Delang Rabdator" ("The Long Patience") regarding healing the wounds of the Romanian people and the rebirth of the country, unsigned [King Michael(?), 2 copies: Circa April, 1990 (Romanian)
  24. Correspondence: King Michael to Princess Ileana: May 11, 1990
  25. Correspondence: Corina Baragore, Professor, to King Michael relating a story of the casket containing Queen Marie's heart at Bran in 1968: May 28, 1990 (Romanian)
  26. Correspondence: King Michael to Princess Ileana: June 18, 1990
  27. Correspondence: King Michael to Princess Ileana: June 23, 1990
  28. Correspondence: King Michael to Princess Ileana: July 25, 1990
  29. Correspondence: King Michael to Princess Ileana: October 10, 1990
  30. Correspondence: King Michael to Princess Ileana: November 5, 1990
  31. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to King Michael: November 29, 1990
  32. Document: Press Release by the Secretariat of King Michael regarding the Romanian Constitution of 1923: [1989 or 1990] (2 copies)

Box 2--Continued

Subseries 2D: Correspondence between Princess Ileana and other relatives and friends

Research note: Material related to Princess Ileana's correspondence with Julie Thompson Pitt and the Abbot Academy is organized separately.

  1. Correspondence: Alvaro de Orleans-Bourbon (Cousin) to Princess Ileana: May 7, 1989
  2. Correspondence: Alvaro de Orleans-Bourbon (Cousin) to Princess Ileana: March 28, 1989
  3. Correspondence: Boris Bobrinskoy to Princess Ileana: October 24, 1987
  4. Correspondence: Shelagh Boonzaaier to Princess Ileana: March 25, 1989
  5. Correspondence: Shelagh Boonzaaier to Princess Ileana: December, 1990
  6. Correspondence: Shelagh Boonzaaier to Princess Ileana, Christmas Card: Undated
  7. Correspondence: Dan Cernovodeanu to Princess Ileana with attached document, "Parastas La Paris Pentru Regina Maria A Romanieim" regarding a ceremony honoring the 50th anniversary of Queen Marie's death with attached description of service: May 14, 1989 (Romanian)
  8. Correspondence: Sofia Cesianu to Princess Ileana: February 1, 1985: (Romanian)
  9. Correspondence: Sofia Cesianu to Princess Ileana: March 12, 1985: (Romanian)
  10. Correspondence: Sofia Cesianu to Princess Ileana: June 8, 1985: (Romanian)
  11. Correspondence: Sofia Cesianu to Princess Ileana: August 29, 1985: (Romanian)
  12. Correspondence: Sofia Cesianu to Princess Ileana: April 14, 1987: (Romanian)
  13. Correspondence: Sofia Cesianu to Princess Ileana: August 11, 1988: (Romanian)
  14. Correspondence: Josephine Cesianu-Fhika to Princess Ileana: January 31, 1985
  15. Correspondence: Corse[?] to Chere [Princess Ileana?]: December 29, 1963 (photocopy) (French)
  16. Correspondence: Delong[?] to Princess Ileana: January 11, 1990
  17. Correspondence: Alice Duagi to Princess Ileana, Christmas Card: December, 1987 (Romanian)
  18. Correspondence: [Queen Elizabeth II of England] Lilibet (Cousin) to Princess Ileana: February 28, 1970
  19. Correspondence: [Queen Elizabeth II of England] Lilibet (Cousin) to Princess Ileana: November 28, 1984
  20. Correspondence: [Queen Elizabeth II of England] Lilibet (Cousin) to Princess Ileana: June 23, 1986
  21. Correspondence: [Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother of England] Elizabeth to Princess Ileana: July 2, 1986
  22. Correspondence: Bishop Emilian [Birdas] to Princess Ileana: 1984 (Romanian)
  23. Correspondence: Fosch to Princess Ileana, card: August 30, 1961 (German)
  24. Correspondence: [Fosch] to Princess Ileana, card: Undated (German)
  25. Correspondence: Tom H to Princess Ileana: August 3, 1988
  26. Correspondence: Georg Eugen von Harting to Princess Ileana: September 19, 1980/With Response from Princess Ileana: 1980: (Romanian)
  27. Correspondence: Prince Paul Hohenzollern (Great-Nephew) to Princess Ileana: Undated
  28. Correspondence: [Bishop] Irineu [Duvlea] to Princess Ileana: May 7, 1989
  29. Correspondence: Constantin Lazarescu to Alice Laupoyer(?) regarding a visit to Balcic, postcard: May 22, 1967
  30. Correspondence and Documents: Constantin Lazarescu to Princess Ileana regarding his imprisonment and requesting that she send accompanying doccuments to Melanie Anderson of International Amnesty: May 11, 1980; Documents relating to Constantin (Costica) Lazarescu's imprisonment by the Romanian government after World War II including sentencing and discharge papers and "Incheiere de Autentificare" (Conclusion of Legalization) document: 1950, 1963 and 1966 (photographic copies and photocopies) (Romanian)
  31. Correspondence and Documents: Constantin Lazarescu to Princess Ileana regarding assistance with his pension and relating a story about an attempt to have Georges Enesco's body removed from a Paris cemetery: Undated; Miscellaneous documents relating to Lazarescu's efforts to secure a pension, his wife Mary Lazarescu's occupation as a translator, and his efforts to memorialize Georges Enesco: Miscellaneous dates
  32. Correspondence: Marian[?] to Princess Ileana: December 17, 1989 (Romanian)
  33. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Father John Meyendorff: May 5, 1989
  34. Correspondence and photographs: Dan Mohanu to Princess Ileana, including photographs of Ileana and Mohanu (?) in church: 1990 (Romanian)
  35. Correspondence: M. Rivtisia[?] to Princess Ileana: May 4, 1987 (Romanian)
  36. Correspondence: Sitta [?] to Princess Ileana: January 2, 1980
  37. Correspondence: Francis Tarbox to Princess Ileana: August 22, 1951
  38. Correspondence: Thomas [?] to Princess Ileana: May 8, [Undated]
  39. Correspondence: Ispas Titi to Princess Ileana: June 29, 1988 (Romanian)
  40. Correspondence: Oana Vasiloschi to Princess Ileana: December 19, 1977 (Romanian)
  41. Correspondence: [Unidentified] to Princess Ileana with 3 photographs of a stained glass window of the 'Holy Transfiguration' and one of an alter: October 21, 1952, November 3, 1953 and Undated
  42. Correspondence: [Unidentified] to Princess Ileana regarding niece (?) of Leonte Moldovan, includes poem by Octavian Goga: Undated (Romanian)
  43. Correspondence (24): Miscellaneous postcards, most addressed to Princess Ileana: 1970s-1980s and Undated (Romanian)
  44. Correspondence (3): [Unidentified] Christmas cards: 1968 and undated

Box 2--Continued

Subseries 2E: Correspondence between Princess Ileana, Julie Thompson Pitt and the Abbot Academy

Julie Thompson Pitt helped provided a scholarship to allow Princess Ileana's daughter to attend school at the Abbot Academy in Massachusetts.
  1. Correspondence: [Marguerite Hearsey], Principal, Abbot Academy, to Princess Ileana: June 21, 1949
  2. Correspondence: Marguerite Hearsey, Principal, Abbot Academy to Julie Thompson Pitt: June 21, 1949
  3. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Julie Thompson Pitt: January 9, 1949
  4. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Julie Thompson Pitt: February 7, 1949
  5. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Julie Thompson Pitt: February 19, 1949
  6. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Julie Thompson Pitt: March 15, [1949]
  7. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Julie Thompson Pitt: March 24, 1949
  8. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Julie Thompson Pitt: June 12, 1949
  9. Correspondence: Minola (Ileana's daughter) to Julie Thompson Pitt: July 8, 1949
  10. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Julie Thompson Pitt: August 25, 1949
  11. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Julie Thompson Pitt: September 4, 1949
  12. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Julie Thompson Pitt: September 8, 1949
  13. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Julie Thompson Pitt: October 21, 1949
  14. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Julie Thompson Pitt: December 3, 1949
  15. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Julie Thompson Pitt: Circa 1949
  16. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Julie Thompson Pitt: March 22, 1950
  17. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Julie Thompson Pitt: March 30, 1950
  18. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Julie Thompson Pitt: April 21, 1950
  19. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Julie Thompson Pitt: April 30, 1950
  20. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Julie Thompson Pitt: May 6, 1950
  21. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Julie Thompson Pitt: May 27, 1950
  22. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Julie Thompson Pitt: October 9, 1950
  23. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Julie Thompson Pitt: March 23, [Undated]
  24. Correspondence: Princess Ileana to Julie Thompson Pitt: Undated (Incomplete)
  25. Correspondence: Julie Thompson Pitt to Princess Ileana: December 6, [Undated]
  26. Correspondence: Minola (Ileana's daughter) to Julie Thompson Pitt: November 19 & 28, [Undated]

Box 2--Continued

Subseries 2F: Correspondence between Princess Ileana, genealogists, researchers and other business persons

Research note: Material relating to Queen Marie's friendship with Colonel Joe Boyle is organized separately.

  1. Correspondence: Arthur Addingon (Genealogist) to Princess Ileana: April 14, 1990
  2. Correspondence: Georges [Duca], Hoover Institution, Stanford University, to Princess Ileana: June 26, 1978 (Romanian)
  3. Correspondence: Marlene A. Eilers (Researcher) to Princess Ileana: July 8, 1984/With response from Princess Ileana: July 22, 1984
  4. Correspondence: Marlene A. Eilers (Researcher) to Princess Ileana: July 27, 1984/With response from Princess Ileana: August 18, 1984
  5. Correspondence: Marlene A. Eilers (Researcher) to Princess Ileana: March 4, 1985
  6. Correspondence: Marlene A. Eilers (Researcher) to Princess Ileana: February 19, 1989/With response from Princess Ileana: February 28, 1989
  7. Correspondence: Marlene A. Eilers (Researcher) to Princess Ileana: March 12, 1989/With response from Princess Ileana: March 18, 1989
  8. Correspondence: Marlene A. Eilers (Researcher) to Princess Ileana: March 25, 1989
  9. Correspondence: David Hancock (Author) to Princess Ileana: March 7, 1990
  10. Correspondence: Marshall S. Knudsen, Professor, to Princess Ileana: January 11, 1990/With response from Princess Ileana: February 13, 1990
  11. Correspondence: Nancy Lisagor (Researcher) to Princess Ileana: July 4, 1985/With response from Princess Ileana: July 8, 1985
  12. Correspondence: William Paquette, Professor, Emory University (Researcher) to Princess Ileana: January 2, 1990/With response from Princess Ileana: February 13, 1990
  13. Correspondence: Simon Parker (Researcher) to Princess Ileana: August 11, 1989/With response from Princess Ileana: September 27, 1989
  14. Correspondence: Dennis Paul to Princess Ileana regarding burial place of Queen Marie: August 5, 1981
  15. Correspondence and speech: Union of Free Romanians representatives to Princess Ileana's regarding attendance of the world congress: June 20-22, 1987; Princess Ileana's speech (?): Undated (Romanian)
  16. Correspondence: Glee Wilson, Director, Romanian Studies, KSU, to Princess Ileana: January 28, 1975/With response from Princess Ileana: March 20, 1975
  17. Correspondence: Glee Wilson, Director, Romanian Studies, KSU, to Princess Ileana: October 29, 1975/With response from Princess Ileana: November 7, 1975
  18. Correspondence: Glee Wilson, KSU, to Princess Ileana: May 3, 1978
  19. Correspondence: Glee Wilson, KSU, to Princess Ileana: June 3, 1981/With response from Princess Ileana: June 25, 1981
  20. Correspondence: Glee Wilson, KSU, to Princess Ileana: February 25, 1983/With response from Princess Ileana: April 6, 1983
  21. Correspondence, Glee and Dorothy Wilson, KSU, to Princess Ileana: November 20, 1984
  22. Correspondence: Glee Wilson, KSU, to Princess Ileana: December 10, 1985/With response from Princess Ileana: December 14, 1985
  23. Document: Guest book pages (?) from the Queen Marie Memorial, KSU: July 16, 1988
  24. Correspondence: Glee and Dorothy Wilson, KSU, to Princess Ileana: November 16, 1988
  25. Correspondence: Glee Wilson, KSU, to Princess Ileana: February 3, 1989

Box 2--Continued

Subseries 2G: Documents relating to Princess Ileana

Material organized chronologically.

  1. Document and photograph: Government documents conferring the military honor, the 'Crown of Roumania' on Homer H. Ingersoll: [May 26, 1920] (English and Romanian); Photograph of Homer H. Ingersoll, 2nd Lt., U.S. Army, inscribed to Princess Ileana, [Undated]
  2. Document: Testimony of Chief Electrical and Mechanical Engineer, Kalasign of American, regarding his association with Romanian Royal family during World War I, [possibly Homer H. Ingersoll]: Undated and unsigned
  3. Document: "Ordin de Serviciu" Romanian government document allowing Princess Ileana to travel to the war front: August 27, 1943 (photocopy) (Romanian)
  4. Publication: Manualul Infirmierei (Romanian Red Cross Manual), signed by Princess Ileana: Copyright, September, 1943
  5. Document: Drawing, "The Romanian Collection" by Princess Ileana, from the cover pages of the Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook: 1952
  6. Publication: Article, "Looking Toward Tomorrow," by Princess Ileana in Technology Review: July, 1955 (photocopies)
  7. Document: Report, "To the Free Europe Committee" by Joseph F. Glennon refuting charges made against Princess Ileana for her wartime conduct: June, 1956
  8. Document: Journal entry, Vasile Posteuca, poet, regarding Princess Ileana: July 15, 1970 (typed transcript) (Romanian)
  9. Documents: Miscellaneous religious documents; "Duties of Deaconess of Russian Church by the Pre-Labor(?) Committee: Undated; Crossword Puzzle Book No. 1 for Young Orthodox Christians: October, 1977; Church booklet (?) (Romanian): April 22, 1984; Christmas Carols, booklet published by the John Hancock Life Insurance Co.; Miscellaneous cards and photograph: Undated
  10. Document: American Romanian Academy Award presented to Princess Ileana by the American Romanian Academy of Arts and Sciences: May, 1985
  11. Document: "Amintiri Despre Parintii Mei" (Memories About My Parents) by Princess Ileana: December 1, 1988 (Romanian)

Box 2--Continued

Subseries 2H: Documents regarding publication of The Legend of Manole, a Romanian folktale

  1. Correspondence: Micaela Eleutheriade to Mrs. Yvonne Chambers-Wright regarding assistance in finding an editor for The Story of Manole, written by Viorica [?] and illustrated by Micaela Eleutheriade: January 8, 1949
  2. Correspondence and Document: Mrs. Donald Dunham to Mrs. Yvonne Chambers-Wright containing a handwritten copy of The Story of Manole; Customs declaration for watercolor illustrations: March 29, 1949
  3. Documents: 24 watercolor illustrations for The Story of Manole, signed "E" [Micaela Eleutheriade]: Undated, [sent through Customs March 29, 1949] Research Note: See Oversized Material box for story cover and additional illustration
  4. Manuscript: The Story of Manole, handwritten with notations regarding illustrations, 10 pages: Undated
  5. Manuscript: The Story of Manole, typed, 7 pages: Undated
  6. Manuscript: The Story of Manole, carbon copy, 7 pages: Undated
  7. Manuscript: The Story of Manole, carbon copy, 5 pages: Undated

Box 2--Continued

Subseries 2I: Miscellaneous documents

  1. Document: "Certificat de Paupertate" (Certificate of Poverty) for Constantin Radocea, Romanian government document: November 6, 1946 (Romanian) Document:
  2. Document: A religious story or parable, Sacre Coeur, Lausanne, [Switzerland], unsigned: May 2 and 3, 1981 (photocopy) (French)
  3. Document: Essay, "Povesti Adevarate" (True Stories) retitled, "Biserici Darimate" (Demolished Churches) by Andrei Stanea regarding the loss of Romanian churches and monasteries by the government, typed transcript with corrections: October, 1988 (Romanian)
  4. Illustrations with text (16): Illustrations of Biblical stories of creation, unknown artist: Undated (photographic copies)
  5. Document: Architectural sketch of unidentified log building, unsigned: Undated (photocopy)

Box 3

Subseries 3A: Photographs: Queen Marie

Photographs organized chronologically and then alphabetically by scrapbook.

Folder -- Contents

  1. Photograph: Queen Marie, signed, albumen print: 1896
  2. Photographic postcards (5): Queen Marie and royal family in Romanian dress: 1908 and undated
  3. Photographic postcard: Queen Marie, Princess Ileana and Prince Nicholas: May 29, 1912
  4. Photographic postcard: Queen Marie (Princess Marie): [Pre-1914]
  5. Photograph: Queen Marie in carriage with Mme Millward, wife of French President: Paris, signed with notes on back: 1919 (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  6. Photograph: Queen Marie in nurses uniform with hospital staff: WWI
  7. Photographs (2) and Periodical Clipping (1): Queen Marie and Princess Ileana with orphans adopted by Marie during World War I and crowds at Bucharest Palace; two photographs stamped "Official photograph, Balkan Commission, American Red Cross" on back: WWI (Princess Ileana photoalbum)
  8. Periodical Clipping: Queen Marie, King Ferdinand and unidentified statesman: Circa WWI
  9. Photograph (1) and Periodical Clipping (1): Queen Marie in tiara: [1919]
  10. Photograph: Queen Marie, signed with note "Souvenir of D[unreadable]": 1920 (Balcic, Bran Cotroceni Photoalbum)
  11. Photographic postcards (2): Queen Marie, signed with notes, "The entry to my little old castle. Here I am standing in national dress at the step of the outer stone staircase which is much higher than you see it here." and "The stair up to Bran's front door": 1922 (Romania Scrapbook)
  12. Photographic postcards (3): Queen Marie's coronation: [1922]
  13. Photograph: Queen Marie, signed, photographic print of oil painting, painting marked, "London, 1924": 1924
  14. Photograph: Queen Marie at Wembley Exhibition, England, London News Agency photograph: [1924] (Romania Scrapbook)
  15. Photographic postcard: Queen Marie aboard ship: 1926: (Princess Ileana Scrapbook)
  16. Photograph: Queen Marie and Princess Ileana in Egypt: [1930] (Princess Ileana Photoalbum)
  17. Photographs (2): Queen Marie; one signed "Bran, 1934" and "A happy New Year 1935!"; signed "Vahdah": 1934
  18. Photographs (2): Queen Marie, signed, with accompanying caption, "Queen Marie of Roumania--Photograph taken at Balcic, on the Black Sea where the Queen has a private residence. In the background is the Byzantine style chapel which the Queen designed and had built on her grounds.": 1934 (La Morte de la Reine Marie Scrapbook)
  19. Photograph: Queen Marie with Mr. Amery, former Cabinet Minister, London: 1935
  20. Photographs (2): Queen Marie, photographic print of painted portraits [by Philip de Laszlo]: [1935] and 1936
  21. Photographs (2): Queen Marie portraits, note on the back of one by Queen Marie regarding articles she had written: December 23, 1936 and Undated
  22. Photograph: Queen Marie, signed portrait with photographic copy of note by Queen Marie endorsing a book about her grandfather: 1938
  23. Photograph: Queen Marie with author Henry C. Wolfe: Circa 1938 (Donated by Larry Gobrecht, 2004)
  24. Photograph: Queen Marie, photographic print of painted portrait, inscribed by artist "Last portrait of the Queen of Romania. In memory of our beloved Queen to Mr. Ray Harris, from the artist, Baroness Ines Taxis": Circa 1938 (Ray Baker Harris Collection)
  25. Photograph: Queen Marie, note "gypsy hut in the garden of Bran": Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotrocini Scrapbook)
  26. Photographs (9): Queen Marie and interiors, Cotroceni Palace: Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  27. Photographic Postcards (2): Queen Marie at Bran in Romanian costume: Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  28. Photograph (1) and Photographic Poscard (1): Queen Marie in front of Castle Bran; one inscribed "Castle of Bran, Marie": Undated (La Mort de la Reine Marie Scrapbook)
  29. Photograph: Queen Marie and Princess Ileana, note "Ileana and I in a peasant's cottage": Undated (Princess Ileana Photoalbum)
  30. Photographic Postcard: Queen Marie and Princess Ileana at Balcic, note on back "Ileana + I at our front door, Balcic (before her marriage)": Undated (Princess Ileana Photoalbum)
  31. Photograph: Queen Marie and Princess Ileana in garden, signed: Undated (Princess Ileana Photoalbum)
  32. Photograph: Queen Marie, Princess Ileana and Anton von Habsburg, Wide World Photos, Inc.: Undated (Princess Ileana Scrapbook)
  33. Photograph: Queen Marie, Princess Ileana, Anton von Habsburg and grandchildren, International News Photos, Inc.: Undated (Princess Ileana Scrapbook)
  34. Photographs (3): Queen Marie portraits by Studio-Julietta, Bucarest, signed by Julietta; one titled "The eternal song of the sea" and signed by Queen Marie: Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  35. Photographic Postcard: Queen Marie, signed with note, "This is how I wear my Romanian blouses and veil": Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  36. Photographic Postcard: Queen Marie, signed with note, "In the Danube Delta": Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  37. Photographic Postcard: Queen Marie, signed with note, "Here I am sitting in the court-yard of my little castle which is called Bran (pronounced Brane), like the French ane.": Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  38. Photograph: Queen Marie, signed with note, "This is so exquisitely printed": Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  39. Photograph: Queen Marie with note "A corner in my courtyard garden, Bran": Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  40. Photograph: Queen Marie with note "La Riene Marie": Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  41. Photographs (5): Queen Marie studio portraits; one hand-tinted, signed "Eva Barrett" and inscribed "Her Majesty The Queen of Romania"; one marked "Studio delle Regina de Romaine": Undated
  42. Photograph: Queen Marie with grandson, Wide World Photos, press photograph: Undated
  43. Photograph (1) and Photographic Postcards (4): Queen Marie at Bran; note on back on one regarding Queen Marie's jewels: Undated
  44. Photograph: Queen Marie, note, "Queen in her very American modern dressing room adjoining her bedroom": Undated
  45. Photograph: Queen Marie in Romanian dress, signed: Undated
  46. Photograph: Queen Marie in Romanian dress, interior: Undated
  47. Photographic Postcard: Queen Marie in Romanian dress: Undated
  48. Photographic Postcard: Queen Marie in Romanian dress: Undated
  49. Photograph: Queen Marie hugging peasant woman: Undated
  50. Photograph: Queen Marie and Princess Ileana in Romanian dress at Bran: Undated
  51. Periodical Clipping: "The Royal Party," Queen Marie, Queen Alexandra and [unidentified] King: Undated

Box 3--Continued

Subseries 3B: Photographs: Queen Marie of Roumania Scrapbook contents

These photographs, removed from the Queen Marie of Roumania scrapbook have been arranged in the order they were displayed in the original scrapbook.

  1. Photographic Postcard: Princess Marie and children: Undated
  2. Photographs (3): Princess Marie (2) and Princess Marie and child: Undated
  3. Photograph: Royall family photograph, among those pictured include Queen Victoria, Kaiser Wilhelm and the Future Tsar Nicholas II: 1890
  4. Photographs (5): Queen Marie portraits: Undated
  5. Photograph: Princess Marie, signed: 1903
  6. Photograph: Princess Maria as a young girl: Undated
  7. Photograph: Queen Marie, signed: October 15, 1922
  8. Photograph: Queen Marie, signed: 1923
  9. Photograph: Queen Marie, signed with note about stories she is writing: September 19, 1925
  10. Photograph: Queen Marie, Michael (future king) and Princess Helene: Undated
  11. Photograph: Queen Marie and Rosebud: 1928
  12. Photographic Postcard: King Michael, notes "Our Michael by the sea" and "Michael (future king) before his father's (King Carol II) return," Studio Julietta photgraph: 1928
  13. Photograph: Queen Marie and King Michael, as a child: 1928
  14. Photographs (2): Queen Marie, signed with notes "To add to the Roumanian Portfolio, At my window near the sea," and "In my favorite room at Balcic it is in fact the room of the very small house.": 1934
  15. Photographs (2): Queen Marie in Romanian costume by the sea, Studio Julietta: Undated
  16. Photographs (2): Queen Marie at a cross by the sea: 1924
  17. Photographs (2) and Photographic Postcard (1): Queen Marie, signed; one portrait by Studio Julietta; photographic postcard with notes on back: Undated
  18. Photographs (2): Queen Marie in boat; Queen Marie and young King Michael in boat: Undated
  19. Photograph: Queen Marie, signed with note on back: 1924
  20. Photographs (3): Page of photographs; Queen Marie; Headstone of Joe Boyle (2) with note: Undated
  21. Photographs (2): Queen Marie: Undated
  22. Photographic Postcard: Queen Marie, signed: 1933
  23. Photographic Postcards (3): Queen Marie, signed: 1925
  24. Photographic Postcard: Queen Elisabeth (daughter of Queen Marie): Undated
  25. Photographic Postcard: Queen Elisabeth of Greece (daughter of Queen Marie): Undated
  26. Photographic Postcard: Queen Marie in Romanian costume: Undated
  27. Photographic Postcard: Queen Marie of Yugoslavia (daughter of Queen Marie) and King Alexander, Studio Julietta: 1922
  28. Photographic Postcard: Queen Marie of Yugoslavia (daughter of Queen Marie): Undated
  29. Photographic Postcard: King Carol II (son of Queen Marie), Studio Julietta: Undated
  30. Photographic Postcard: Princess Elena of Romania (daughter of Michael I): Undated
  31. Photograph: Queen Marie in Romanian costume: 1919
  32. Photographic Postcard: Queen Marie, in Romanian costume, signed with note on the back: January 10, 1924
  33. Photograph: Queen Marie on horseback, signed, note on back, "Leading my regiment past the King, my son.": 1934
  34. Photographs (2): Queen Marie portraits in crowns: [1922] and Undated
  35. Photograph: Queen Marie with Grandson Peter, signed, caption, "Queen Marie leaving Ritz Hotel, Paris with her grandson, Peter of Yugoslavia, on the way to Belgrad after assassination of King Alexander.": 1934
  36. Photographs (4): Children of Alexander and Marie of Yugoslavia and grandchild of Queen Marie; King Peter (3) and Tomislav: Undated
  37. Photographs (2): Tomislav (child of Alexander and Marie of Yugoslavia/grandchild of Queen Marie): Undated
  38. Photographs (10): Queen Marie portraits: Undated
  39. Photograph: Queen Marie in tiara, signed: 1919
  40. Photograph: Queen Marie (Anton von Habsburg in background), signed, note on back "To show how I was dressed for the Sinaia festivities.": 1923
  41. Photograph: Queen Marie in crown, signed, "Vahdah with her back to the wall.": 1927
  42. Photograph: Queen Marie, signed, "My sixty years.": 1935
  43. Photograph: Queen Marie with Peter to her left and Michael (future king) to her right: Undated
  44. Photographs (2): Queen Marie, signed: 1935
  45. Photographs (2): Queen Marie: 1936 and Undated
  46. Photograph: Queen Marie, signed, Studio Julietta: Undated
  47. Photograph: Queen Marie photograph of Lazzlo oil painting, signed: 1936
  48. Photograph: Print of child with note on back, "This drawing seems to me a symobol of poor little Peter." (Peter of Yugoslavia): Undated
  49. Photograph: Queen Marie portrait, signed "Vahdah": 1935
  50. Photograph: Queen Marie getting off a train, World Wide Photos: Undated
  51. Photograph: Queen Marie and four peasant women: Undated
  52. Photograph: Queen Marie studio portrait by Eva Barrett: Undated
  53. Photographs (2): Queen Marie portraits: 1924 and Undated
  54. Photographic Postcard: Queen Marie, signed, "From a portrait by Bertram Park" with note on back about articles: October 25, 1936
  55. Photographs (2): Meresanu, Aid de Camp; General Zwiedineck, head of household staff: 1936 and Undated
  56. Photographs (8): Queen Marie at Sinaia with dogs (2): 1922; Queen Marie at coronation (6): 1922
  57. Photographs (5): Queen Marie in her apartment at Cotroceni Palace, Bucharest: Undated
  58. Photographs (5): Queen Marie during trip to America: [1926]
  59. Photographs (3): Queen Marie during World War I: World War I
  60. Photograph: Queen Marie signed, note, "A Happy New Year.": 1937
  61. Photographic Postcard: Unidentified peasant with birds: Undated

Box 4

Subseries 3C: Photographs: My Impressions of America scrapbook contents

This scrapbook contains photographs of Queen Marie's trip to America in 1926.

Folder -- Contents

  1. Photographs (12): Queen Marie and others aboard the Leviathan: 1926
  2. Photograph: Queen Marie looking over the side of the ship: 1926
  3. Photograph: Queen Marie and son, Prince Nicholas: 1926
  4. Photograph and Periodical Clippings (2): Romanian Legation building (?), interiors and exterior: March 25, 1941 and Undated
  5. Photographs (22): Maryhill Museum, building and Romanian objects: 1926
  6. Photograph: Queen Marie aboard ship: 1926
  7. Photographs (2): Queen Marie at Philadelphia reception and in mayor's car: 1926
  8. Photograph: Train, Burlington: 1926
  9. Photographs (2): Photographic maps of Canadian National Railways routes: 1926
  10. Photograph: Queen Marie in automobile: 1926
  11. Photograph: Queen Marie on the Macom, the welcoming boat, New York, with caption: October 18, 1926
  12. Photograph: Queen Marie on the balcony of City Hall, New York, with caption: 1926
  13. Photograph: Queen Marie inspecting the New York Public Library, with caption: 1926
  14. Photograph: Queen Marie on the balcony of City Hall, New York, with caption: October 18, 1926
  15. Photograph: Queen Marie's chauffeur, Marino: 1926
  16. Photograph: Queen Marie with group of dignitaries: 1926
  17. Photographs (6): Queen Marie at West Point: 1926
  18. Photograph: Queen Marie standing at front of train, on Buffalo to Toronto route: 1926
  19. Photograph: Queen Marie coming down steps in Arlington Cemetery, with caption: October 19, 1926
  20. Photograph: Queen Marie sets sail for Romania, with caption: 1926
  21. Photograph: Queen Marie dressed as a Native American, "As Morning Star-- Marie": 1926
  22. Photographic Postcards (2): Queen Marie, signed: 1926

Box 4--Continued

Subseries 3D: Photographs: La Morte de la Reine Marie scrapbook contents

La Morte de la Reine Marie scrapbook contains photographs and publications relating to Queen Marie's final illness (including sanatoriums she visited) and death. Research note: Contents of this scrapbook not related to the Queen Marie's death have been housed in other parts of the collection where noted.

  1. Booklet and flyer: Casa di Cura, Fonte S. Martino, Merano, Italy, a sanatorium: Undated
  2. Photographic Postcards (2): Fonte S. Martino buildings and Queen Marie's room during her stay: 1938
  3. Brochure: Dr. Lahmann's Sanatorium, Weisser-Hirsch, Dresden, Germany: Undated
  4. Photograph: Queen Marie with Dr. Stoermer and General Zwiedineck, Weisser-Hirsch, Dresden: 1938:
  5. Photographs (2): Queen Marie at Weisser-Hirsch, Dresden: 1938
  6. Photographic Postcards (3): Queen Marie's villa and rooms at the sanatorium, Dresden: 1938
  7. Photographs (2): Photographs of register book signed by Queen Marie on Her departure from Weisser-Hirsch, Dresden: 1938:
  8. Photographs (2): Queen Marie's funeral procession; Procession with Princess Ileana and Archduke Anton von Habsburg: 1938
  9. Photographic Postcards (3): Queen Marie's funeral procession, photographs by Studio-Julietta: 1938
  10. Photographs: Queen Marie's memorial service: 1938
  11. Photographic Postcards (5) and Photograph: Queen Marie lying in State: 1938
  12. Photographs (2): The heart of Queen Marie to be put in chapel at Balcic; Moving heart to Bran after Balcic became a Bulgarian territory: Undated
  13. Photograph: Ceremony at Queen Marie's chapel at Balcic (internment of Queen Marie's heart?): Undated
  14. Photographs (3): Chapel in the Rock, Bran, containing Queen Marie's heart: Undated
  15. Photograph: Calendar pad of Queen Marie set to July 14, 1938, note on back: Undated
  16. Photograph: Queen Marie's writing table, Bran: Undated

Box 4--Continued

Subseries 3E: Photographs: Romanian royal family members and officials

  1. Periodical Clipping: Princess Ileana as a child: Undated (Princess Ileana Scrapbook)
  2. Photographic Postcard: Princess Ileana at Balcic, signed: 1924 (Princess Ileana Scrapbook)
  3. Photographic Postcard: Princess Ileana and son Dominic, signed: 1938 (Princess Ileana Scrapbook)
  4. Photograph: Princess Ileana and her children in Romanian dress: 1945
  5. Photographic Postcard: Princess Ileana and her children, signed: 1948 (Princess Ileana Scrapbook)
  6. Photograph: Princess Ileana, inscribed "Ileana, Princess of Romania, Archduchess of Austria, Kent, October 30, 1951" Note: photograph attached to glass, handle with caution.
  7. Photographs (7): Princess Ileana in America: September 12, 1955 and April 20, 1957
  8. Photograph: Princess Ileana in America: [1950s]
  9. Photograph: Princess Ileana (?) at protest: [1950s]
  10. Photographs (9): Princess Ileana by photographer Eva Barrett, several tinted: Undated (Princess Ileana Scrapbook)
  11. Photographs (2): Princess Ileana and her children attending a wedding near Bran in Romanian dress: Undated
  12. Photographic Postcard: Dominic von Habsburg (Ileana's Son): August, 1939 (Princess Ileana Scrapbook)
  13. Photographic Postcard: Minola (Ileana's Daughter) in Romanian dress: Undated
  14. Photograph: King Ferdinand I (Husband of Queen Marie), inscribed "Your loving Papa": 1920
  15. Photograph: King Ferdinand I (Husband of Queen Marie), U.S. Army Signal Corps photograph: Undated
  16. Photograph: Carmen Sylva (Queen of Romania prior to Queen Marie): Undated
  17. Photographs (2): King Carol I statue: Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  18. Photographs (3): King Carol II as a youth, Studio-Julietta photographs: Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  19. Photograph: King Carol II, Studio-Julietta photograph: Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  20. Photograph: King Carol II, Studio-Julietta photograph: Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  21. Photograph: King Carol II and Prince Michael, copper printing plate: 1930
  22. Photographs (2): King Carol II and Prince Michael (see printing plate), Studio-Julietta: [1930]
  23. Photograph: King Carol II and Prince Michael: Undated (La Morte de la Reine Marie Scrapbook)
  24. Photographs (3): Prince Michael as a youth: Undated (La Morte de la Reine Marie Scrapbook)
  25. Photograph: Prince Michael: Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  26. Photographs (4): Queen Elizabeth of Greece (Queen Marie's daughter), photographer, Eva Barrett: Undated (La Morte de la Reine Marie Scrapbook)
  27. Photographs (2): Queen Elizabeth of Greece, photographer Eva Barrett: Undated (La Morte de la Reine Marie Scrapbook)
  28. Photographs (6): Queen Elizabeth of Greece taken in Bucharest Royal Palace: Undated (La Morte de la Reine Marie Scrapbook)
  29. Photograph: King George II of Greece: Undated (La Morte de la Reine Marie Scrapbook)
  30. Photograph: Octavian Goga, Prime Minister of Romania: Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  31. Photographs (3): Unidentified military personnel: Undated (Romania Scrapbook)

Box 5

Subseries 3F: Photographs: Romanian royal residences

Folder -- Contents

Balcic: Tenha Yuvah, residence of Queen Marie on the Black Sea in Southern Romania (now part of Bulgaria)

  1. Photographs (3): Balcic exteriors, [Queen Marie] note on one, "Little Turkish house I have built on the Black Sea called: Tenha Yuvah, meaning Solitary Nest in Turkish.": Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  2. Photographic Postcards (2): Balcic exteriors: Undated
  3. Photographs (3): Balcic exteriors including gatekeeper house(?): Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  4. Photographs (7): Balcic exteriors and interiors including front door with plaque made by Princess Ileana: Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  5. Photographs (7): Balcic exteriors and interiors: Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  6. Photographs (5): Balcic, Tenha Yuvah and Queen Marie's chapel exteriors, with notes on back in French: Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  7. Photographs (15): Balcic grounds and gardens: Undated
  8. Photographs (5): Balcic grounds and gardens: Undated
  9. Photographs (2): Balcic, exterior gardens overlooking the Black Sea: Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  10. Photographic Postcards (3): Balcic, exterior gardens overlooking the Black Sea; photograph of a woman on one card (Queen Marie ?) with quote on back: Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  11. Photographs (2): Balcic chapel: Undated (La Morte de la Reine Marie Scrapbook)
  12. Photograph: Balcic chapel with group of unidentified girls in front: Undated
  13. Photographs (2): Balcic chapel and cross, note on back "Marienruhe, Balcic": 1938 (Romania Scrapbook)
  14. Photographic Postcard: Balcic, village with Queen Marie's house in background: Postmarked August 6, 1933
  15. Postcard and Postcard Boolet (2): Balcic: Undated

Bran: A medieval fortress converted to a private residence for Queen Marie. It was later converted into a hospital by Princess Ileana during WWII.

  1. Photograph: Bran exterior: Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  2. Photograph: Bran exterior: Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  3. Photographs (2): Bran exteriors: Undated
  4. Photographs (2): Bran exteriors, [Queen Marie] notes, "Another view of Bran" and "Flower-garden at Bran in the hills, mountains beyond": Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  5. Photographs (2): Bran exteriors with notes on back in French: Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  6. Photographic Postcards (5): Bran exteriors and Bran chapel, note on one, "my rooms": Undated
  7. Photographs (4): Bran exteriors and Bran chapel: Undated (La Morte de la Reine Marie Scrapbook)
  8. Photographs (4): Bran chapel, courtyard, village and castle interior with captions on the back of each, stamped, Dorien Leigh Ltd: Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  9. Photograph: Bran exterior, peasants working outside the castle: Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  10. Photograph: Bran exterior, gardens with thatched roof open hut, note on back in French: Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  11. Photograph: Bran chapel doors, note on back in Romanian: 1990
  12. Photograph: Bran chapel: Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  13. Photograph: Bran courtyard, winter: Undated
  14. Photograph: Bran courtyard, [Queen Marie] note: Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook) Note: Photograph damaged
  15. Photographic Postcards (14): Bran courtyard and interiors, [Queen Marie] notes on back of some cards: Undated
  16. Photographic Postcards (3): Bran courtyard, dining room and bedroom with [Queen Marie] notes regarding the rooms: Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  17. Photographs (2): Bran interiors, [Queen Marie] notes, "Library in Bran" and "Loggia at Bran where we lunch + dine.": Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  18. Photographic Postcard: Bran interior, [Queen Marie] note, "My own private little room at Bran.": Undated
  19. Photographs (3): Bran interiors, notes on back in French: Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  20. Photographs (2): Bran interiors, fireplaces: Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  21. Photograph: Bran interior, bed: Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  22. Postcards (17): Bran castle exterior: Undated
  23. Slides: Bran interiors (6): September, 1990

Copaceni: A farm and house given to Queen Marie.

  1. Photograph: Copaceni House exterior with [Queen Marie] note, "My little white farm of Copaceni where I grow all my flowers in enormous quantities.": Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  2. Photographs (7): Copaceni House, "Domeniul Coroanei Copaceni" exteriors and interiors: Undated

Cotroceni: The royal family's palace in Bucharest

  1. Photograph: Cotroceni exterior: Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  2. Photograph: Cotroceni and church, photographic print from postcard: Undated (Princess Ileana Scrapbook)
  3. Photographs (3): Cotroceni exteriors: Undated
  4. Photograph: Cotroceni exterior with [Queen Marie] notes "Our town-house Cotroceni when the irises are in bloom": Undated (Balcic, Bran, Cotroceni Scrapbook)
  5. Photographs (2): Cotroceni exteriors with notes on back in French: Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  6. Photographs (10): Cotroceni exterior and Interiors, Studio-Julietta: Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  7. Photograph: Cotroceni interior, Prince Michael's playroom: Undated (La Morte de la Reine Marie Scrapbook)

Sinaia: Peles Castle and Pelisor "Little Peles" Castle, the royal family's summer home, located Northwest of Bucharest.

  1. Photograph: Sinaia exterior: Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  2. Photograph: Sinaia exterior, reprinted from book: Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  3. Photograph: Sinaia exterior, [Queen Marie] note, "Our house at Sinaia in the mountains built by old King Carol.": Undated (La Morte de la Reine Marie Scrapbook)
  4. Photograph: Sinaia exterior, note "Castel "Pelisor" Sinaia": Undated (La Morte de la Reine Marie Scrapbook)
  5. Photographs (3): Sinaia exteriors, notes on back in French: Undated (La Morte de la Reine Marie Scrapbook)
  6. Photograph: Sinaia interior, [Queen Marie] note, "One of my rooms at Sinaia": Undated (La Morte de la Reine Marie Scrapbook)
  7. Photographs (4): Sinai interiors, notes on back in French: Undated (La Morte de la Reine Marie Scrapbook)
  8. Postcards (2): Sinaia exteriors: Undated

Schloss Sonnberg-Hollabrunn: Princess Ileana's family residence in Austria.

  1. Photographic Postcards (3): Schloss Sonnberg-Hollabrunn exteriors: Undated (Princess Ileana Scrapbook)
  2. Photographic Postcards (4): Schloss Sonnberg-Hollabrunn gardens and grounds: Undated (Princess Ileana Scrapbook)
  3. Photographs (5): Schloss Sonnberg-Hollabrunn interiors, Queen Marie's Rooms at Princess Ileana's Home: Undated (Princess Ileana Scrapbook)

Other Royal Residences, Official Buildings, Vacation Retreats and Religious Structures, Romania.

  1. Photographs (4): Biserica Minastirea Vacaresti exteriors and interior: August, 1988
  2. Photographs (2): Cathedral of Curtea de Arges, burial place of Kings and Queens of Romania: Undated (La Morte de la Reine Marie Scrapbook)
  3. Photograph: Chateau de Hunedoara exterior, note on back in French: Undated
  4. Photograph: Chateau Mogosvaia, Bucharest, exterior note on back in French: Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  5. Postcards (3): Jagdschloss Rehefeld, Osterzgebirge with [Queen Marie] notes on the back: Undated (Princess Ileana Scrapbook)
  6. Photograph: Palace Regal exterior: Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  7. Photographs (2): Sucevita Monastery exterior and interior: Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  8. Photograph: Voronet Monastery exterior: Undated (Romania Scrapbook)
  9. Photographs (17): Churches and buildings, unidentified: Undated (Romania Scrapbook)

Box 5--Continued

Subseries 3G: Photographs: Miscellaneous including Romania, Europe and unidentified individuals

  1. Photographs and Photographic Postcards (38): Romania, miscellaneous countryside, religious shrines, people and village scenes including Proehle and Danube: June, 1928, 1932 and Undated
  2. Photographs (24): Romania, miscellaneous (many in color): 1973, 1978, 1980, 1988, 2003 and Undated
  3. Photographic Postcards (18) and Photograph: Romanian peasants: Undated
  4. Postcards (12): Romania, miscellaneous: Undated
  5. Photographic Postcards (6) and Photographs (2): Austria: Undated
  6. Photograph (1) and Postcards (7): Germany, Italy, Switzerland and France: June 2, 1984 and Undated
  7. Photograph: Goblets on table, note, "The jeweled goblets on the dining room table were to [unreadable] and marvelous. I took this [unreadable] photo.": Undated
  8. Photographs (2): Unidentified individuals: Undated

Box 6--Flat box

Series 3H: Photograph Albums and Scrapbooks

Folder -- Contents

  1. Balcic: Photograph Album: Contains photographs of Balcic, one of the residences of Queen Marie, located in southern Romania on the Black Sea and was a residence of Queen Marie. Presently Balcic is part of Bulgaria. The photographs are primarily of Princess Ileana, the royal family and naval personnel. There are also photographs of Sinaia from 1930: 1929-1930

Boxes 7 to 12--Flat Boxes

Series 3H: Photograph Albums and Scrapbooks

Empty photograph Albums: The photograph albums in Boxes 8 to 13 have had their contents removed and rehoused, however the physical albums have been retained. Researchers should refer to other parts of this collection for the album contents. The boxes listed below list each album and its previous contents. A few of the albums do contain some contents and these will be noted.

Box 7 Contents removed. Photoalbum: Balcic-Bran-Cotroceni: Bound in 3/4 brown morocco, with brown cloth slip-case: This contained photographs of the residences of the Romanian royal family.

Box 8 Contents removed. Photoalbum: Marie Queen of Roumania: Bound in 3/4 red morocco: This contained photographs of Queen Marie at different times from her childhood through 1938.

Box 9 Photographs removed and rehoused, but newspaper clippings intact. Photoalbum: La Morte de la Reine Marie-1938: This album presently contains major Romanian newspapers announcing the Queen's death and giving accounts of the funeral ceremonies. The newspapers were preserved using a now defunct process called "Broadman Process." The album also housed documentation from around the world regarding Marie's death, photographs and addition newspaper clippings from around the world. These items are in the collection inventory.

Box 10 Contents removed. Photoalbum: My Impressions of America: Bound in 3/4 green morocco with green cloth slip- case: Contained articles written by Queen Marie on her trip to America along with photographs. (Ray Baker Harris scrapbook)

Box 11 Contents removed. Photoalbum: Princess Ileana: Bound in 3/4 blue morocco with blue cloth slip-case: Housed photographs of Princess Ileana, her Austrian home and children. There were also several photographs of Ileana with her mother, Queen Marie.

Box 12 Contents removed. Photoalbum: Romania: This album contained miscellaneous photographs of the royal family and the Romanian countryside.


Box 13

Subseries 4A: Periodical Clippings: Articles by and about Queen Marie

Folder -- Contents

  1. Periodical Clippings: L'illustration: March 8 & 15, 1919 and October 28, 1922 (French) Research note: Originals are in Oversized Material: Periodical clippings and scrapbook pages
  2. Periodical Clipping: Coverpage, The Illustrated London News with a photograph of Queen Marie nursing during WWI: March 15, 1919 (photocopy) For originals see: Oversized Material: Periodical clippings and scrapbook pages
  3. Periodical Clippings: "La Reine de Roumanie," L'Illustration: March 15, 1919 and April 12, 1919 (French)
  4. Periodical Clippings: "Why I am Coming to America" Parts 1 and 2: Copyright 1926 (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  5. Periodical Clipping: "My Journey to America": 1926 (1 of 21 Articles) (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  6. Periodical Clipping: "My Journey to America": 1926 (2 of 21 Articles) (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  7. Periodical Clipping: "Impressions of America": 1926 (3 of 12 Articles) (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  8. Periodical Clipping: "Impressions of America": 1926 (4 of 12 Articles): Includes Photographs (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  9. Periodical Clipping: "Impressions of America": 1926 (5 of 21 Articles) (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  10. Periodical Clipping: "My Journey Across Europe": 1926 (6 of 21 Articles) (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  11. Periodical Clipping: "Impressions of America": 1926 (7 of 21 Articles) (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  12. Periodical Clipping: "Impressions of America": 1926 (8 of 21 Articles) (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  13. Periodical Clipping: "Impressions of America": 1926 (9 of 21 Articles) (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  14. Periodical Clipping: "Impressions of America": 1926 (10 of 21 Articles) (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  15. Periodical Clipping: "Impressions of America": 1926 (11 of 21 Articles) (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  16. Periodical Clipping: "Impressions of America": 1926 (12 of 21 Articles) (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  17. Periodical Clipping: "Impressions of America": 1926 (13 of 21 Articles) (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  18. Periodical Clipping: "Impressions of America": 1926 (14 of 21 Articles) (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  19. Periodical Clipping: "Impressions of America": 1926 (15 of 21 Articles) (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  20. Periodical Clipping: "Impressions of America": 1926 (16 of 21 Articles) (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  21. Periodical Clipping: "Impressions of America": 1926 (17 of 21 Articles) (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  22. Periodical Clipping: "Impressions of America": 1926 (18 of 21 Articles) (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  23. Periodical Clipping: "Impressions of America": 1926 (19 of 21 Articles) (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  24. Periodical Clipping: "Impressions of America": 1926 (20 of 21 Articles) (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  25. Periodical Clipping: "Impressions of America": 1926 (21 of 21 Articles) (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  26. Periodical Clipping: ""Klondyke Joe" As Roumania's B(cut off) in her Dark (cut off)": November 1, 1926 (photocopy)
  27. Periodical Clipping: "Marie's Blithe Stories of Tour Win Laughter," [Chicago] Tribune: [1926]
  28. Periodical Clipping: "Queen Goes East; New Rows Brew": [1926]
  29. Periodical Clipping: "The Story of My Life": Chapter 1: Saturday Evening Post: December 16, 1933
  30. Periodical Clipping: "The Story of My Life": Chapter 2: Saturday Evening Post: December 23, 1933
  31. Periodical Clipping: "The Story of My Life": Chapter 3: Saturday Evening Post: December 30, 1933
  32. Periodical Clipping: "The Story of My Life": Chapter 4: Saturday Evening Post: January 6, 1934
  33. Periodical Clipping: "The Story of My Life": Chapter 5: Saturday Evening Post: January 13, 1934
  34. Periodical Clipping: "The Story of My Life": Chapter 6: Saturday Evening Post: January 20, 1934
  35. Periodical Clipping: "The Story of My Life": Chapter 7: Saturday Evening Post January 27, 1934
  36. Periodical Clipping: "The Story of My Life": Chapter 8: Saturday Evening Post: February 3, 1934
  37. Periodical Clipping: "My Life as Crown Princess": Chapter 1: Saturday Evening Post: April 14, 1934 (photocopy)
  38. Periodical Clipping: "My Life as Crown Princess": Chapter 2: Saturday Evening Post: April 21, 1934 (photocopy)
  39. Periodical Clipping: "My Life as Crown Princess": Chapter 3: Saturday Evening Post: April 28, 1934 (photocopy)
  40. Periodical Clipping: "My Life as Crown Princess": Chapter 5: Saturday Evening Post: May 19, 1934 (photocopy)
  41. Periodical Clipping: "My Life as Crown Princess": Chapter 6: Saturday Evening Post: May 26, 1934 (photocopy)
  42. Periodical Clipping: "My Life as Crown Princess": Chapter 7: Saturday Evening Post: June 2, 1934 (photocopy)
  43. Periodical Clipping: "My Life as Crown Princess": Chapter 8: Saturday Evening Post: June 16, 1934 (photocopy)
  44. Periodical Clipping: "Marie Serene as She Nears 60": July 30, 1935

Box 13--Continued

Subseries 4B: Periodical Clippings: Death of Queen Marie

  1. Periodical Clipping: Articles on the Death of Queen Marie: 1938
  2. Periodical Clipping: Tribute to Queen Marie: New York Times: July 24, 1938 (photocopy)
  3. Periodical Clipping: "Queen Marie of Roumania," by the Grand Duchess Marie, Vogue: September 1, 1938: Original
  4. Periodical Clipping: "Queen Marie of Roumania": Vogue: September 1, 1938: Xerox
  5. Periodical Clipping: "Marie de Roumanie," article regarding Queen Marie: Late-1930s (French)
  6. Periodical Clipping: "1er Decembre 1918 apotheose d'une reine, Marie de Roumanie," Historia, number 504: December 1988 (French)

Box 13--Continued

Subseries 4C: Periodical Clippings: Articles regarding the Romanian royal family

  1. Periodical Clipping: "Roumania in the Toils": WWI
  2. Periodical Clipping: "King Carol's Visit to the King and Queen", [Cut off] Times: November 24, [Undated]
  3. Periodical Clipping: "Les Paroles d'un Grand Ami" (King Carol II): Undated (French)
  4. Periodical Clipping: Supplement to The Illustrated London News, "The Rumanian Royal Family: A Personal Study of King Carol and Prince Michael": December 3, 1938 (photocopy) Research note: Originals are in Oversized Material: Periodical clippings and scrapbook pages
  5. Periodical Clipping: "OE3AH" article about Anton von Habsburg during WWII: 1940s
  6. Periodical Clippings: Articles about abdication of King Michael: Miscellaneous dates 1947 and 1948
  7. Periodical Clipping: "Aunts of Michael May Be Exiled Too": Late-1940s
  8. Periodical Clipping: Photographs of Princess Ileana and Three Daughters: 1951
  9. Periodical Clippings: Articles about Princess Ileana: Miscellaneous dates 1956 and 1957
  10. Periodical Clippings: Articles about Princess Ileana (Mother Alexandra) and the Eastern Orthodox Church: 1968 and Undated

Box 13--Continued

Subseries 4D: Periodical Clippings: Miscellaneous

  1. Periodical Clippings: Miscellaneous: March, 1911 and Undated
  2. Periodical Clipping: Photographs of King Peter II of Yugoslavia and his family: Undated
  3. Periodical Clipping: Scrapbook pages, Royal Families of Europe: (1 of 2 Folders) For originals see: Oversized Material: Periodical clippings and scrapbook pages
  4. Periodical Clipping: Scrapbook pages, Royal Families of Europe: (2 of 2 Folders) For originals see: Oversized Material: Periodical clippings and scrapbook pages
  5. Periodical Clipping: European royalty, Miscellaneous photographs and prints: Undated
  6. Periodical Clipping: British and German royal families, miscellaneous photographs and prints: Undated
  7. Periodical Clipping: Russian royal family, miscellaneous photographs, prints and articles: Undated
  8. Periodical Clipping: Photograph, Elizabeth, Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary: Undated

Box 14--Flat box

Subseries 5A: Oversized Material: Correspondence and documents

Folder -- Contents

  1. Documents (5): Romanian Administrative Document: 1793 and 1803, 1803, 1805, 1846 and 1850 (Donated by Dominik Nicol)
  2. Correspondence: Carmen Sylva (Queen of Romania) to [Unidentified]: December 14, 1887
  3. Correspondence: Queen Marie to Prince Nicholas: Regarding Carol II's decision to renounce the throne: January 4, 1925 (photocopy)

Box 15--Flat box

Subseries 5B: Oversized Material: Photographs and prints

Folder -- Contents

  1. Photograph: Queen Marie and [Grace Coolidge](?): 1926 (My Impressions of America Scrapbook)
  2. Photograph: Queen Marie, signed: 1937
  3. Photograph: Queen Marie portrait, signed: 1937
  4. Photograph: Queen Marie, signed, inscribed "Wishing my dear friend Ray a very happy Xmas. This photo was taken at Balcic during the day when I was going about." matted: 1937 (Ray Baker Harris material)
  5. Photographs: King Michael as a child (2): 1938 (La Morte de la Reine Marie Scrapbook)
  6. Photograph: The S.S. Argentina, The ship which Princess Ileana took to Argentina upon exile from Romania: [1948]
  7. Print: Romanian Dancers by Eugen Dargutscu, 133/140, also signed "New York, Dec. 1960": 1955
  8. Photograph: Queen Marie in Romanian costume: Undated
  9. Photograph: Queen Marie at Balcic: Undated
  10. Photograph: Queen Marie at Balcic: Undated (Queen of Roumania Scrapbook)
  11. Photographs: Queen Marie at Balcic (3): Undated
  12. Photograph: Queen Marie inscribed "For Ray Baker Harris, Marie" (Ray Baker Harris material)
  13. Photographic Print: Queen Marie inscribed "To Ray Harris, Marie" (Ray Baker Harris material)
  14. Photographic Print: Painting of Queen Marie: Undated
  15. Prints (2): Chromolithograph portraits of Queen Marie and King Ferdinand: Undated
  16. Print on Silk: Chromolithograph on silk, "Rinaldo in the Garden of Armida, Replica of the Historic Fan reproduced by The Gentlewoman with gracious permission, from the original in the possession of Her Majesty Queen Mary."; Belonged to Queen Marie: Undated (Donated by Dominik Nicol)

Box 16--Flat box

Subseries 5C: Oversized Material: Periodical clippings and scrapbook pages

Folder -- Contents

  1. Periodical Clipping: Coverpage, The Illustrated London News with a photograph of Queen Marie nursing during WWI: March 15, 1919
  2. Periodical Clipping: L'illustration: March 8 & 15, 1919 and October 28, 1922 (French)
  3. Scrapbook: Periodical clippings of "My Life as Crown Princess" by Queen Marie, Saturday Evening Post: April 14, 21, 28, May 19, 26, June 2 and 16, 1934 (Poor condition)
  4. Periodical Clipping: "Queen Marie of Romania" photographic feature, New York Times: Sunday, July 24, 1938
  5. Periodical Clipping: "The King, My Son: A Sketch of Queen Marie," [Unidentified newspaper], autographed by the article's author, Mrs. A. Haldane Duncan, and the artist of 'last portrait of Queen Marie," Ines Taxis: November 16, 1938 (Ray Baker Harris material)
  6. Periodical Clipping: Supplement to The Illustrated London News, "The Rumanian Royal Family: A Personal Study of King Carol and Prince Michael": December 3, 1938
  7. Periodical: France Illustration: February 22, 1947 (French)
  8. Periodical Pages: Stindardul: pages 5-6 and 7-8: [Circa 1980] (Romanian)
  9. Periodical Clippings (2): Queen Marie photographs: Undated
  10. Scrapbook Pages and Cover (14): Periodical clippings of European royal families: Undated
  11. Scrapbook: Empty, cover stamped, " "Say Darling" 58--59": 1958-1959

Box 17--Flat box

Subseries 5D: Oversized Material: Miscellaneous including books, framed images and illustrations

Folder -- Contents

  1. Book: Sweet Dreams by Carmen Sylva (Queen of Romania), includes a handwritten note by Princess Marie of Edinburgh (Queen Marie); Covered with an embroidered lavender and purple cloth: Copyright 1904 Research note: Extremely fragile, to be handled only with staff supervision.
  2. Frame: Includes Royal Crown and Queen Marie's personal insignia: Undated
  3. Framed Painting: Watercolor attributed to Queen Marie, "signed with her royal cipher": Undated (Gift of Alice C. Cole)
  4. Framed Painting: Watercolor of Balcic, Unsigned: Undated
  5. Framed Photograph: Queen Marie in Romanian costume, signed: 1932
  6. Framed Photograph: King Carol II, signed: 1951
  7. Framed Photograph: Queen Marie, elaborately water colored mat: Undated
  8. Framed Photographs (2): Queen Marie and her children in Romanian peasant costume, photographic postcards: Undated
  9. Illustration: Cover from "The Story of Manolee, a Rumanian Legend," original illustration: Undated
  10. Illustration: Inside Page from "The Story of Manolee, a Rumanian Legend," original illustration: Undated
  11. Photograph: Queen Marie in Romanian costume: Undated (photograph damaged)
  12. Map: Color tourist map of Romania: [1920s or 1930s]
  13. Stationery Portfolio: Covered in green/gold fabric with bias tape; Used by Queen Marie for letter writing: Undated

Box 18

Series 6: Audio-Visual Material

Folder -- Contents

  1. Audio Record: "Schumann, Concerto in A Minor, Opus 54": Grieg, Concerto in A Minor for Piano and Orchestra, Opus 16; 33 LP: Undated
  2. Film: "Our Trip to Europe in 1930, Part I": 1930
  3. Film: "Our Trip to Europe in 1930, Part II (Bucharest, Sifin, Timisoara, Butini)": 1930
  4. Video: "Our Trip to Europe in 1930, Parts I : Video Conversion of Inventory Items Above (68-69)

Box 19

Series 7: Objects: Medals

Folder -- Contents

  1. Medal: Commemorative Medal inscribed "Ferdinand I Rege al Romaniei 1914-1927"
  2. Medal: Commemorative Medal of Queen Marie and King Ferdinand
  3. Medal: Medal Pin with the personal insignia of Queen Marie

11th Floor--Oversized Objects

  1. Marble Monument: Inscribed with plea of Queen Marie to the U.S. and the reply of President Wilson; Monument given to Dr. J. Breckinridge during Queen Marie's visit to the United States, for his volunteer medical work in Romania during WWI: [1926] (Donation of the family of Dr. J. Breckinridge Bayne, 1980)
  2. Marble Monument: Inscribed with an address to America from Henriette of Belgium; Monument given to Dr. J. Breckinridge for his "prominence in medical and Red Cross circles": Address dated April 28, 1918: Undated (Original marbles a donation of the family of Dr. J. Breckinridge Bayne, 1980)

Box 20

Subseries 8A: Romanian Literary Work: Literary works

Folder -- Contents

  1. Romanian publishers abroad, notecards
  2. Romanian-American writers, notecards
  3. List of Romanian writers translated into English, notecards
  4. Bibliography of Romanian periodicals: p. 118-119, 138-147, 155-159: (Dates 1907-1918)
  5. Bibliography: Romanian books and articles about America
  6. Franklin, Benjamin: Bibliography
  7. Franklin, Benjamin: Bibliography: Romanian
  8. Stowe, Harriet Beecher: Bibliography of articles
  9. Stowe: Bibliography Uncle Toms Cabin in Romanian
  10. Doctoral dissertations in English
  11. Publication Lists/Catalogs, Romanian books
  12. Catalog: The Youth Publishing House, Romania
  13. Catalog: Publishing House of the Academy of the Socialist Republic of Romania: 1967 and 1974
  14. Catalog: The Arts: 1967
  15. Index: Ramuri
  16. Biographical Sketches: Poetry Translators
  17. Biographical Sketches: Candea, Dutu, Cornea, Dumitresc Busulenga, Horodica, Crohmalniceanu, Pascu, Constantin, Ciurescu
  18. US-Romanian Cultural & Scientific Exchanges Agreement: December 26, 1974
  19. Romanian Literature in Exile, discussion on Romanian Studies
  20. Literary Conference program, University of Sibiu: 1978
  21. Announcement: Uncle Toms Cabin: Foaie Pentru Minte Inima si Literaatura: 1853
  22. Cinema: Samples of American Movies in Marxist Bucharest: Informatia Bucurestiului
  23. Classified Ads: Samples in Marxist Romanian Newspapers: Informatia Bucurestiului
  24. Romanian Journals, early 19th Century
  25. Dacia Literara: 1840-1860
  26. Floarea Darulilor: Nicolae Iorga, editor
  27. Foaia Pentru Minte, Inima, si Literatura
  28. Junimea si Junimistii, Scrisori si Documente Inedite, excerpts: 1973
  29. Literatur aus dem Verlag Akademie der Rumanischen VolksrepublikLiterature from the Publisher of the Academy of the Rumanian Peoples Republic
  30. Luceafarul: Index: (Partial)
  31. Revista de Istorie Si Teorie Literatura: 1968
  32. Revista de Istorie Si Teorie Literatura: 1976
  33. Revista Progesiste Romanesti Interbelice (photocopy): 1972 (1 of 2 Folders) (Incomplete)
  34. Revista Progesiste Romanesti Interbelice (photocopy): 1972 (1 of 2 Folders) (Incomplete)
  35. Seria Stiinte Sociale: Filologie: University of Bucharest: 1965
  36. Societatea de Stiinte Istorice si Filologie din Republica Socialista Romania: "Orientari Inovatoare in Cercetarea Literara din Anglia si Statele Unite": 1967
  37. Viata Romineasca, contributors, O. Goga, I. Agaribiceanu, G. Ibaraileanu, A. Philippide
  38. "William Faulkner-Studii de Influiente si Realizari," University of Bucharest: 1963
  39. Romanian Literature: Selections: (1 of 3 Folders)
  40. Romanian Literature: Selections: (2 of 3 Folders)
  41. Romanian Literature: Selections, index: (3 of 3 Folders)
  42. Poeme din Inchisori (Poems by Romanian Exiles) GYR, Posteuca, Dima, Voic, Crainic, Militaru
  43. Foreign Works: Romanian translations
  44. Correspondence: Translations of Romanian poetry into English
  45. Frey, W: Translation into Romanian (pseudo-American)
  46. Irving, Poe: Translations into Romanian by [Rebreanu & Mairoescu]
  47. Irving, Washington: Translations into Romanian
  48. Longfellow: Translations into Romanian: Notes by Paul Cornea
  49. "Edgar Allen Poe (1809-1909)": Luceafaruc: 1909
  50. Stow: Uncle Toms Cabin: Translated into Romanian: 1953: Source-Paul Cornea
  51. Whitman, Walt: Poems: Translations by Tzara & Argheli: Versuri si Proza: 1911 and 1915
  52. Early Journalism in Romania
  53. Pseudonyms in Romanian Journals in the Early 1820s
  54. Radio Program: On Carl Sandberg: 1965: Dan Grigorescu & S. Stoenescu
  55. Romanian Writers Union Turnover: 1962
  56. "Umorul American," Adevarul: volume 9, page 2, c.1: May 27, 1928
  57. Realism in Romania: Foreign Influence: "Studiu Asupra Romanului Realist de Zilele Noastre": Convorbiri Literare: 1884
  58. Echos Iberiques et Hispane-Americains en Roumanie
  59. Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth: Romanian Interest in "Un Centerar American"- Luceafarul: 1907/N. Iorga -"Un Mic Principe Modoueau": In "Hyperion' al Lui Longfellow,": Convorbiri Literare: 1904
  60. "Expeditia din 1821 a Lui Ipsilanti in Principatele Dararene," Rascoala din 1821
  61. "Eteria in Principatele Romine, IV," Rom Acad
  62. Sinteza: #37: The Romanian-American Writer
  63. "Prostia ca Teorie a Recunoasterit," "Proasta din America," (on Americans) Viata Romaneasca, volume 22, pages 1-3: 1930
  64. Arta si Tehnica Grafic, title page
  65. Miscellaneous, page of bibliography

Box 21

Subseries 8A: Romanian Literary Work: Literary works

Folder -- Contents

  1. Aderman, Ralph M.: "American Literature in Romania, 1950-1975": Symposium: NYC
  2. Aderman, Ralph M.: "Carl Sanburg, Trubadur al Americi," Luceafarul : February, 1968
  3. Aderman, Ralph M.: Article: "The Reactions of Rumanians to American Literature
  4. Agarbiceanu, Ion (1882-1963)
  5. Alboiu, George (1944- ): Poems: Translations
  6. Alexandru, Ion (1941- ): Poems translated by Dan Dutescu and Andrei Bantas
  7. Andritoiu, Alexandru (1929- ): Poems translated by Andrei Bantas
  8. Arghezi, Tudor: Bilete de Padagal: Comm by Beniuc, Jebeleanu, Bogza, Banus, Fulga, Biberi, Boureanu: 1980
  9. Arghezi, Tudor (1880-1967): Poems, translations by Deligiorgis, Nemoianu, Jay, Bantas, Levitchi, Perry, Margul-Sperber, Dutescu
  10. Argintescu-Amza, Nicolae: Translation of Whitman & Maiakovski, Revista Fundatiilor Regale
  11. Baconsky, A.E. (1925-1972): Poems translated by Andrei Bantas
  12. Bacovia, George (1881-1957): Poems translated by Jay, Nemoihnu & Deligiorgis
  13. Balcescu, Nicolae
  14. Bantas, Andrei: Translator
  15. Banulescu, Stefan (1929- ): Poems translated by Andei Bantas
  16. Banus, Maria: Poem translated by Stavros Deligiorgis
  17. Banus, Maria (1914- ): Poems translated by Laura Schiff
  18. Barbu, E. & S. Stoenescu: Radio Program on Faulkner: 1968
  19. Barbu, Ion (1895-1961): Poems translated by Dutescu, Deligiorgis, Preda, Taylor, Perry & Bantas
  20. Barsan, Vasile: "A Critical Approach to Rousseau's and Eminescu's Ideas and Philosophy," paper read at MLA: 1976
  21. Bellamy: Translated into Romanian: Source-Paul Cornea
  22. Beniuc, Mihai (1907- ): Poems translated by Andrei Bantas
  23. Berciu, Dumitru: "Problems of the Formation of the Romanian People in the Light of Recent Archaelogical Research," Romanian Viewpoints: (supplement to #12)
  24. Biberi, Ion: "Poezia, Mod di Existanta,"Revista Fundatiilor Regale regarding Poe: 1945
  25. Blaga, Lucian (1895-1961): Opere 3 Talmaciri: Translations
  26. Blaga, Lucian (1895-1961): Poems translated by Stavros Deligiorgis & Eva Feiler
  27. Blaga, Lucian (1895-1961): Poems translated by Jay, Nemoianu, Feiler & Bantas
  28. Blandiana, Ana (1942- ): Poems translated by Stavros Deligiorgis & Andrei Bantas
  29. Blandiana, Ana: Poems translated by L. Schiff, C. Kormos, D. Dutescu, M. Impey, P. Jay and H. Wilson
  30. Bogdan, Mihail: Article: "Petre Grimm (1881-1944)"
  31. Bogza, Geo: Ciu Yuan. Henry Fielding. Walt Whitman: ESLA: 1955
  32. Borcila, Mircea: "Caiet ele Sextil Puscariu": Steaua : (1975): (Information on Relationship btw American University & Romania)
  33. Botta, Emil (1912-1979): Poem: Translated by Andrei Bantas
  34. Breazu, Ion: "Cosbuc si Longfellow": Studii de Literatura Romana si Comparata: (1973, volume 2) & 1957 [unknown]
  35. Brumaru, Emil (1939- ): Poem: Translation
  36. Buse, C.: "The First American Consuls in Romania": Rev. Rom de Studit Internationala: 1970
  37. Busiuoceanu, Alexandru: Walt Whitman: 1925
  38. Buzea, Constanta: Poems translated by Andrei Bantas & Dan Dutescu: (Original Texts)
  39. Calinescu, Matei (1934- )
  40. Calinescu, Matei: (Poet, Novelist, Critic): Biographical: Correspondence
  41. Calinescu, Matei: "Ion Minulescu": (Introductory Essay-Excerpt)
  42. Caragiale, Ion Luca: Translations of Twain's "Jumping Frog of Calaveras" & Poe's "Mask of the Red Death" & "Cask of Amontillado"
  43. Caraion, Ion (1923-1987): Poem translated by Mariela Damboiu
  44. Carja, Ion: The Canal of Death: (Excerpt)
  45. Cartianu, Ana: Article: "The Development of English Philological Studies at the University of Bucharest"
  46. Cartianu, Ana: Article: "William Faulkner; Studiu de Influente si Realizari"
  47. Cassian-Matasaru, Iosif: Poems, Poe translations
  48. Cassian, Nina (1934- ): Poems translated by Schiff, Nemoianu, Deligiorgis, Swann, Impey, Dutescu
  49. Cernovodeanu, Paul: Article: "Romanian-American Contacts in the 19th Century"
  50. Cernovodeanu, P. & I. Verzea: "A Romanian Image of American Literature in the 19th Century": Revista de Istoria si Teoria Literara: 1977
  51. Celan, Paul (1920-1970): Poems translated by Stavros Deligiorgis
  52. Chitimia, Ion Constantin (1908- )
  53. Cioculescu, Serban: Aspecte Literare Contemporane 1932-1947 (section on criticism in this period)
  54. Cioculescu, Serban, Valdimir Streinu, Tudor Vianu: Istoria Literaaturii Romane Moderne (section on Junimea)
  55. Comarnescu, Petru: Bibliography
  56. Comarnescu, Petru: Preface: America, Lume Nova, Viata Nova: 1946
  57. Comarnescu, Petru:"Chemarea Marii la O'Neill": Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1945
  58. Comarnescu, Petru: "Drama Vietii si a Cunoasterii la Eugene O'Neill": Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1937
  59. Comarnescu, Petru: "Eugene O'Neill Dramaturgul Dragostei": Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1946
  60. Comarnescu, Petru: "Geretrude Stein":Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1946
  61. Comarnescu, Petru: "Neo-Classicismul Lui Eugene O'Neill": Revista Fundatiilor Regale: (1937, number 3, section 8-12)
  62. Comarnescu, Petru: "O Tragedie Hamletiana cu Material din Timpul Nostru": (M. Anderson): Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1946
  63. Comarnescu, Petru: Article on Thorton Wilder's Our Town: Revista Fundatiilor Regale: (1940, number 11)
  64. Comarnescu, Petru: "Probleme Ridicate de O Carte Despre Socala Americana": Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1935
  65. Comarnescu, Petru: "Walt Whitman si Revolutionarea Poeziei Moderne": Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1946
  66. Comarnescu, Petru: "Romanul Unui Scriitor Roman de Limba Engleza": (E.C. Teodorescu/ Merry Mid-wife): Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1947
  67. Comarnescu, Petru & Camil Baltazar, eds: Tiparnita Literara: 1928-1931
  68. Comsa, Ioan: Correspondence regarding translations of American literature into Romanian
  69. Comsa, Ioan: "Benjamin Franklin in Memoria Romanilor," Secolul: 1974
  70. Comsa, Ioan: Benjamin Franklin: "Un Edict al Regelui Prusiei": "Scrisoare Adresata de Contele de Schaubergh Baronuluni Hohendorf," Secolul: 1975
  71. Comsa, Ioan: "Cuza Voda Initiator al Luptei Principatelor...," Secolul (v20,1976)
  72. Constantinescu, Ovidiu: "O America Romantica," Revista Fundatiilor Regale (S. Lewis, Ferber): 1941
  73. Cornea, Paul (1924- )
  74. Cornea, Paul: Notes on Benjamin Franklin in Romania
  75. Cornea, Paul & Zamfir: Excerpt on Kogalniceanu & America, Gindirea Romaneasca in Epoca Pasoptista: 1969
  76. Crohmalniceanu, Ov. S.: Literatura Romana Intre Cele Doua Razboaie Mondaile: volume 1: (Section on Gindira Sburatorul)
  77. Demetrius, Lucia: "William Faulkner," Revista Fundatiilor Regale: (1945,n2)
  78. Denusianu, Ovid, ed: Vieata Nova: (1918-1919)
  79. Diaconescu, Ioana (1947- ): Poems translated by Andrei Bantas
  80. Diaconescu, Sandra: "Zile de Razboiu si Zile de Pace Pentru Teatrul American," Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1946
  81. Dima, Nicholas: "Soviet Moldavians (Romanians) and their Linguistic Situation"
  82. Dimov, Leonid (1926- ): Poems translated by Dan Dutescu, Stavros Deligiorgis and Andrei Bantas
  83. Doinas, Stefan Aug: "Limba Romana Instrument al Poeziei Universale"
  84. Doinas, Stefan Aug (1922- ): Poems translated by Jay, Deligiorgis, Bantas, Dutescu and Nemoianu
  85. Duica, G. Bogdan & G. Popa-Lisseanu: "Vieata si Opera Lui Gheorghe Lazar": (Excerpt: A Discourse of 1822 on the Arrival of Ghica Voda)
  86. Dumitrescu, George (1920- ): Poem: Translation
  87. Dumitrescu-Busulenga, Zoe (1920- )
  88. Dumitrescu-Busulenga, Zoe: "Edgar Poe et la Litterature Roumaine": ICLA Congress Paper, Montreal: 1973
  89. Dutu, Alexandru: "Livres de Sagesse"
  90. Dvoichenko-Markov, Demetrius: : Article: "The Origin and the Meaning of the Term 'Vlach,'" Romanian Folk Arts: 1957
  91. Dvoichenko-Markov, Demetrius: "A Rumanian Priest in Colonial America": The American Slavic and East European Review: 1955
  92. Dvoichenko-Markov, Demetrius: Article: "The Russian Primary Chronicle & the Vlachs of Eastern Europe," Byzantion: 1979
  93. Dvoichenko-Markov, Demetrius: Article: "Transnistria: A Rumanian Claim in the Ukraine," Sudost-Forschungen: 1957
  94. Eliade, Ion: "Heliade and America"
  95. Eliade, Mircea: Correspondence
  96. Eliade, Mircea & B.P. Hasdeu
  97. Eliade, Mircea: Excerpt from Myth and Reality: Deals with East European Preoccupation with Origin"
  98. Eliade, Mircea: "Two Spiritual Traditions in Rumania," Arena: 1963
  99. Eminescu, Mihai
  100. Eminescu, Mihai: Poems translated by Andrei Bantas
  101. Eulert, Donald: "A Contemporary Romanian Poet: The Anchorite Mihai Ursachi"
  102. Eulert, Donald: "A Tradition of Poetry, the Romanian Way," paper read at MLA: 1975
  103. Flamind, Dinu (1947- ): Poem translated by Andrei Bantas
  104. Frunzetti, Ion: "Poesia Lui Edgar Allen Poe," Revista Romano-Americana: 1946-1947
  105. Fulga, Laurentiu
  106. Georgescu, Miron (1931- ): Poem: Translation
  107. Gheorghe, Ion (1935- ): Poems translated by Loring Taylor, Dan Dutescu & Andrei Bantas
  108. Gheorghiu, Mihnea: Bibliography
  109. Gheorghiu, Mihnea: "Modulaatiuni si Influente Poetice": Whitman, Maiakovski, Garcia Lorca: Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1947
  110. Gheorghiu, Mihnea: "Teatrul Lui Thornton Wilder," Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1946
  111. Gheorghiu, Mihnea: Walt Whitman
  112. "Ion Ghica and America"
  113. Giurescu, Constantin C.: "The History of Romanians in Some Recent Foreign Works," Romanian Viewpoints: (supplement to number 10)
  114. Giurescu, Constantin C.: "Romania Between East and West...Essays in Memory of C.C. Giurescu," edited by Fischer-Galati, Florescu and Ursul
  115. Golestan, Stan: "La Reine Marie de Romanie"
  116. Grimm, Petre: "Traduceri si Imitatiuni Romanesti Dupa Literatura Engleza," Dacoromania: 1922-1923
  117. Harte, Bret: Translation into Romanian
  118. Haulica, Dan (1932- )
  119. Heliade-Radulescu, I.: Scrieri Alese (excerpts): 1972
  120. Horea, Ion (1929- ): Poems, translated by Andrei Bantas
  121. Iamandi, Adina A: "John Dos Passos," Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1947
  122. Iamandi, Adina A: "Romancierul Henry James,"Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1946
  123. Impey, Michael: "The Image and Its Context: The Evotion of Ilarie Voronca's Poetry. . .", paper read at MLA: 1976
  124. Ionnitiu, Nicolae N. "Cartea Romaneasca. . ." Paper read at American-Romanian Academy of Arts & Sciences: 1981
  125. Iorga: "America si Romani de America"
  126. Iorga, N.: Calatorul (relationship between Iorga's travels to his historical perspectives): 1931
  127. Iorga, Nicolae: Istoria Literaaturii Romanesti Contemporane index: 1934
  128. Ispirescu, Petre: Article (pt) on Franklin
  129. Ivanescu, Cezar (1941- ): Poem, translation
  130. Ivanescu, Mircea (1931- )
  131. Ivanescu, Mircea (1931- ) and Martin Sorescu: Poems translatee by Loring Taylor and Dan Dutescu
  132. Ivansiuc, Alexandru (1933- )
  133. Ivansiuc, Alexandru: Correspondence
  134. Jebeleanu, Eugen (1911- ) Poems translated by Andrei Bantas
  135. Kogalniceanu, Migail: Article
  136. Kogalniceanu, Migail: Introduction on slavery introducing the Codrescu translation of Uncle Tom's Cabin
  137. Labis, Nicolae (1935-1956): Poems translated by Andrei Bantas
  138. Lavrentiu, Dan (1937- ): Poems translated by Andrei Bantas
  139. Levitki, Leon (1918- )
  140. Lohan, Gheorghe V.: "Literatura Statelor Unite din America," Cultura Angol-Saxona, excerpt: 1928
  141. Lovinescu, Eugen: Istoria Literaturii Romane Contemporane, excerpts: 1900-1937
  142. Lupan, Radu (Secretary of Writer's Union): Bibliography
  143. Lupan, Radu: "Contemporary Romanian Poetry in English," review of MacGregor-Hastings Anthology
  144. Maior, Liviu: "Romanii din Transilvania si Democratia Americana in Veacul al XIX-LEA"
  145. Marino, Adrian (1921- )
  146. Marino, Adrian: "Benjamin Franklin in Romanian Literature," Contemporary Literature, manuscript of article
  147. Martinescu, Pericle: "Erskine Caldwell," Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1946
  148. Martinescu, Pericle: "Un Tablou al Literaturii Americane di Azi," Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1947
  149. Merlinescu, Gabriela (1940- ): Poems translated by Stavros Deligiorgis
  150. Mircea, Ion (1947- ): Poems, translation
  151. Mozaicul (contents): 1838
  152. Muntean, George: "O Perspectiva Asupra Nuvelei Romanesti," Revista de Istorie si Teorie Lit: 1976
  153. Muntianu, Basil: Litterature Roumaine
  154. Naum, Gellu (1915- ): Poems translated by Dan Dutescu and Stavros Deligiorgis
  155. Nemoianu, Virgil (1940- )
  156. Nemoianu, Virgil: "Modern Romanian Criticism: Subjectivity and Social Response," paper
  157. Nemoianu, Virgil: "The Social Function of Romanian Criticism," paper read at MLA: 1976
  158. Netea, Vasile: George Baritiu Viate si Activitatea Sa, excerpts
  159. Novaceanu, Darie (1937- ): Poems translated by Andrei Bantas
  160. Oprisa, P: Article on Benjamin Franklin: 1907
  161. Otetea, Andrei: Tudor Valdimirescu (excerpts), Institutul de Studii si Cercetari Balcanice, number 5: 1945
  162. Papu, Edgar: "Protocronism Romanesc"
  163. Paunescu, Adrian (1943- ): Poems translated by Andrei Bantas and Stavos Deligiorgis
  164. Pavel, Lucia: "Opera Lui Washington Irving in Romania (Secolul al XIX-lea)," Transylvania: 1977
  165. Pillat, Monica: "Ecouri Ale Operei Lui E. A. Poe in Romania," Revista de Istrorie si Teoria Literara: 1980
  166. Philippide, Alexandru (1900-1979): Poems tranlated by Dan Detescu, Andrei Bantas, Leon Levitchi and Starvos Deligiorgis
  167. Poarta, Serban: Poem, translation
  168. Popa, Ion: "Spatiul Textului," Steaua (excerpt regarding Edgar Allen Poe): 1975
  169. Popescu, Adela (1933?- ): Poems translated by Andrei Bantas
  170. Popescu, Adrian: "St. O. Iosif, Traditionalistul Ingenios," Steaua: 1975
  171. Popescu, Dumitru Radu (1935- ): "The Hanged Doll," translated by Eva Feiler
  172. Popescu, Petru (1912- )
  173. Porumbacu, Veronica (1921-1977): Poems, translations
  174. Preda, Marin (1922- )
  175. Preda, Marin (1922-1980): "To Dad with Venom," translated by Eliza Ghile
  176. Prelipceanu, Nicolae (1942- ): Poem, translation
  177. Propasirea: Journal (Kogalniceanu, Alecsandri, Ghica, Bals)
  178. Protopoescu, Dragos: "Manifestatiunile Romanilor la 1848," Junimea Literara (On Grimm and British/American Literature): 1925
  179. Ratiu, Ion: Cuvantarea: September 12, 1970
  180. Rau, Aurel (1930- ): Poem translated by Andrei Bantas
  181. Robescu, Marius (1943-1985): Poem, translation
  182. Romosan, Petru: Poems, translations
  183. Sadoveanu, Mihail: "Progresul Omeniei in Lumea Americana," Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1945
  184. Schileru, Eugeniu: "Problema Tragicului la Eugen O'Neill," Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1945
  185. Sipos, Doina: Doctoral dissertation on contemporary American drama: 1974
  186. Slavici, Ioan: "Idei Oameni and Fapte Realitaeea Romaneasca," Gandirea, volume 2, number 10
  187. Solomon, Petre: Bibliography
  188. Sorescu, Martin (1936- ): Poems translated by Loring taylor, Stavros Deligiorgis, Andrei Bantas, Dan Dutescu and others
  189. Stamataid, A.L.T.: "To One in Paradise," Revista Fundatiilor Regale, Edgar Allen Poe translation: 1945
  190. Stamataid, A.L.T.: "The Raven," Revista Fundatiilor Regale, Edgar Allen Poe translation: 1945
  191. Stanciu, Virgil: "Sensurile Majore Ale Literaturii Americane," Steaua
  192. Stanciu, Virgil: "Sensurile Majore Ale Literaturii Americane," (On American Literature) Steaua: 1976
  193. Stancu, Zaharia (1902- )
  194. Staniscu, Nichita (1933-1983): Poems translated by Irwin, Bantas, Deligiorgis, Dutescu and Jay
  195. Sterian, Margareta: "Cum sa Jucat Electra de O'Neill la New York," Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1945
  196. Sterian, Paul: "O Nova Viata a Lui Edgar Allen Poe," Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1945
  197. Stoica, Petre (1931- ): Poem translation by (?)
  198. Stoica, Vasile: "Statele ale Americii si Romania," Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1945
  199. Streinu, Vladimir: "Edgar Poe si Scriitorii Romani," Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1935
  200. Streinu, Vladimir: "O Persectiva Asupera Poeziei Noastre Actuale," Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1935
  201. Streinu, Vladimir: "Poemele Lui Edgar Poe in Romaneste," Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1938
  202. Tausan, Victoria Ana (1937- ): Poem translated by Andrei Bantas
  203. Theodorescu, Barbu: "Istoria Bibliographiei Romane," excerpts: 1972
  204. Teodorescu, Virgil (1909- )
  205. Teodorescu, Virgil: Poems tranlated by Dan Dutescu and Stavros Deligiorgis
  206. Tomozei, Gheorghe (1936- ): Poems translated by Andrei Bantas
  207. Tomozei, Gheorghe: Twelve poems translated by Peter Jay, P. Popescu and V. Gheorgiu: 1975
  208. Tudoran, Dorin (1945- ): Poems translated by Andrei Bantas and (?)
  209. Tzara, Tristan: Poem, translation
  210. Ursachi, Mihia (1941 ): Poems tranlated by Dan Eulert
  211. Useriu, Eugenia: "About a Romanian Mythology," MLA convention, Houston: 1980
  212. Useriu, Eugenia: "History and Folklore," Congress of the Romanian Academy, Paris: 1970
  213. Vesper, Iulian (1908- ): Poem, translation
  214. Viscianu, Constantin, Review (negative) of Stephen Fischer-Galati's The New Romania, Romania: 1967
  215. Voiculescu, Vasile (1884-1963): Poems translated by Dan Dutescu and Andrei Bantas
  216. Voinescu, Alice: "Electra Lui O'Neill la Teatrul., Victoria," Revista Fundatiilor Regale: 1945

Box 22

Subseries 8B: Romanian Literary Works: Books, newspapers and journals

Folder -- Contents

  1. Bala, George: Nebanutul Eminescu: Jon Dumirv-Verlag, Munich: 1984
  2. Bote, Lidia, editor: Antologia Poeziei Simboliste Romanesti, Bucharest: 1972
  3. Creanga, Ion: Opere, Editura Meridiane, Bucharest: 1963
  4. Adrian Marino-Dictionary of Literary Ideas (A-G): 1973
  5. Amurgul Imperiului and Imperiulu Demonilor, #443 and #444, anthologies: 1968
  6. Rumanische Gedichte: Schrifstellerverband der Sozialistischen Republik Rumanien: 1970
  7. Zaharia Stancu: Descult, #26 and #27: 1960
  8. Vianu, Tudor: Postume, Editura Pentru Literatura Universala, Bucharest: 1966
  9. V. Voiculescu, Poezii: 1966
  10. American Romanian Academy, journal, numbers 6-7: 1985
  11. American Romanian Academy, journal, numbers 8-10: 1986 and 1987
  12. American Romanian Academy, journal, numbers 11-12: 1988 and 1989
  13. Buletinul Instutului American, journal, volume 2-4: April-October, 1934
  14. Buletinul Instutului American, journal, volume 3: 1935-1936
  15. Buletinul Instutului American, journal, volume 4: 1937
  16. International Journal of Romanian Studies, journal, volume 1-2: 1976
  17. International Journal of Romanian Studies, journal, volume 4, number 1: 1984-1986
  18. International Journal of Romanian Studies, journal, volume 5, number 1-2: 1987
  19. Orizont, journal, number 6: June, 1966
  20. Orizont, journal, number 7: July, 1966
  21. Limba si Literatura, journal, number 25: 1970
  22. Limba si Literatura, journal: 1972

Box 23

Subseries 8B: Romanian Literary Works: Books, newspapers and journals

Folder -- Contents

  1. Romania Literara: October 1968 / #1-2
  2. Romania Literara: October 1968 / #3-4
  3. Romania Literara: November 1968 / #5-6
  4. Romania Literara: November 1968 / #7-8
  5. Romania Literara: December 1968 / #9-10
  6. Romania Literara: December 1968 / #11-12
  7. Romania Literara: April 1969 / #17
  8. Romania Literara: February 1971 / #8
  9. Romania Literara: March 1971 / #10 & 12
  10. Romania Literara: April 1971 / #14-15
  11. Romania Literara: April 1971 / #16-17
  12. Romania Literara: April 1971 / #18
  13. Romania Literara: May 1971 / #19-20
  14. Romania Literara: May 1971 / #21-22
  15. Romania Literara: June 1971 / #23-24
  16. Romania Literara: June 1971 / #25-26
  17. Romania Literara: July 1971 / #27-28
  18. Romania Literara: July 1971 / #29-30
  19. Romania Literara: July 1971 / #31
  20. Romania Literara: August 1971 / #32-33
  21. Romania Literara: August 1971 / #34-35
  22. Romania Literara: September 1971 / #36-37
  23. Romania Literara: September 1971 / #38-39
  24. Romania Literara: September 1971 / #40
  25. Romania Literara: October 1971 / #41-42
  26. Romania Literara: October 1971 / #43

Box 24

Subseries 8B: Romanian Literary Works: Books, newspapers and journals

Folder -- Contents

  1. Romania Literara: November, 1971 / #45-46
  2. Romania Literara: November, 1971 / #47-48
  3. Romania Literara: December, 1971 / #49-50
  4. Romania Literara: December, 1971 / #51-52
  5. Romania Literara: Janunary, 1972 / #1 & 3
  6. Romania Literara: January, 1972 / #5
  7. The Romanian Tribune: October 15, November 1 and December 1, 1968
  8. The Romanian Tribune: February, 1, April 1, April 15, May 1 and May 15, 1987
  9. The Romanian Tribune: June 1, June 15, July 1, July 15, August 1 and August 15, 1987
  10. The Romanian Tribune: September 1, September 15, October 1, October 15, November 1, November 15 and December 1, 1987
  11. The Romanian Tribune: February 1, March 1, April 1, May 1 and June 1, 1988
  12. The Romanian Tribune: August 1, October 1, November 1 and December 1, 1988
  13. The Romanian Tribune: February 1, March 1 and April 1, 1989
  14. Secolul 20: 1964 / #4
  15. Secolul 20: 1964 / #7-8
  16. Secolul 20: 1964 / #9
  17. Secolul 20: 1964 / #10
  18. Secolul 20: 1964 / #11
  19. Secolul 20: 1964 / #12
  20. Secolul 20: 1965 / #1
  21. Secolul 20: 1965 / #2
  22. Secolul 20: Index: January, 1961-February, 1965
  23. Secolul 20: 1965 / #3

Box 25

Subseries 8B: Romanian Literary Works: Books, newspapers and journals

Folder -- Contents

  1. Secolul 20: 1965 / #6
  2. Secolul 20: 1965 / #10
  3. Secolul 20: 1965 / #11
  4. Secolul 20: 1966 / #2
  5. Secolul 20: 1968 / #3
  6. Secolul 20: 1968 / #4
  7. Secolul 20: 1968 / #5
  8. Secolul 20: 1968 / #6
  9. Secolul 20: 1968 / #7
  10. Secolul 20: 1968 / #8
  11. Secolul 20: 1968 / #9
  12. Secolul 20: 1968 / #10
  13. Secolul 20: 1968 / #11
  14. Secolul 20: 1968 / #12
  15. Secolul 20: 1972 / #1
  16. Secolul 20: 1972 / #2
  17. Secolul 20: 1972 / #3-4
  18. Secolul 20: 1972 / #5
  19. Secolul 20: 1972 / #8
  20. Secolul 20: 1972 / #9

Box 26

Subseries 8B: Romanian Literary Works: Books, newspapers and journals

Folder -- Contents

  1. Secolul 20: 1972 / #10-12
  2. Secolul 20: 1973 / #5
  3. Secolul 20: 1973 / #8-9
  4. Secolul 20: 1973 / #10
  5. Secolul 20: 1973 / #11-12
  6. Secolul 20: 1974 / #1
  7. Secolul 20: 1974 / #2
  8. Secolul 20: 1974 / #4
  9. Secolul 20: 1975 / #1-2
  10. Secolul 20: 1975 / #3
  11. Secolul 20: 1975 / #4
  12. Secolul 20: 1975 / #5-6
  13. Secolul 20: 1975 / #7
  14. Secolul 20: 1975 / #8
  15. Secolul 20: 1975 / #9
  16. Secolul 20: 1975 / #10-11
  17. Secolul 20: 1975 / #12
  18. Secolul 20: 1976 / #1
  19. Secolul 20: 1976 / #2
  20. Secolul 20: 1976 / #3
  21. Secolul 20: 1976 / #4-5

Box 27

Subseries 8B: Romanian Literary Works: Books, newspapers and journals

Folder -- Contents

  1. Secolul 20, 1976 / #6
  2. Secolul 20, 1976 / #7-8
  3. Secolul 20, 1976 / #9
  4. Secolul 20, 1976 / #10-12
  5. Secolul 20, 1977 / #1-3
  6. Secolul 20, 1977 / #6
  7. Secolul 20, 1977 / #7-8
  8. Secolul 20, 1977 / #9
  9. Viata Romaneasca, 1964 / #4-5
  10. Viata Romaneasca, 1965 / #1
  11. Viata Romaneasca, 1965 / #3
  12. Viata Romaneasca, 1968 / #1
  13. Viata Romaneasca, 1968 / #2
  14. Viata Romaneasca, 1968 / #3
  15. Viata Romaneasca, 1968 / #4
  16. Viata Romaneasca, 1968 / #6
  17. Viata Romaneasca, 1968 / #7
  18. Viata Romaneasca, 1968 / #8
  19. Viata Romaneasca, 1968 / #9
  20. Viata Romaneasca, 1968 / #10
  21. Viata Romaneasca, 1968 / #11
  22. Viata Romaneasca, 1968 / #12
  23. Caiete Critice, October, 1982: Supplement to Viata Romaneasca

Box 28

Subseries 8B: Romanian Literary Works: Books, newspapers and journals

Folder -- Contents

  1. Free Romanian Press, Romanian Edition: November-December, 1968 (Incomplete)
  2. Free Romanian Press, Romanian Edition: January-December, 1969 (Incomplete)
  3. Free Romanian Press, Romanian Edition: January-June, 1970 (Incomplete)
  4. Free Romanian Press, Romanian Edition: July.-December, 1970 (Incomplete)
  5. Free Romanian Press, Romanian Edition: January 1971 (Incomplete)
  6. Free Romanian Press, English Edition: November, 1968-December, 1969 (Incomplete)
  7. Free Romanian Press, English Edition: January, 1970-January, 1971 (Incomplete)
  8. Romanian News & World Report, Boian News Service: 1975-1976
  9. Romanian News & World Report, Boian News Service: 1977
  10. Romanian News & World Report, Boian News Service: 1978
  11. Romanian News & World Report, Boian News Service: 1979
  12. Steaua, April 1973 / #7-8
  13. Steaua, May 1973 / #9-10
  14. Steaua, June 1973 / #11-12
  15. Steaua, July 1973 / #13-14
  16. Steaua, August 1973 / #15-16
  17. Steaua, September 1973 / #17-18
  18. Steaua, October 1973 / #19-20
  19. Steaua, November 1973 / #21-22
  20. Steaua, December 1973 / #23-24

Box 29

Subseries 8C: Romanian Literary Work: Microfilm and Negative Film

Film Box -- Contents

  1. Microfilm: Asachi, Gheorge: "Jijia": similarity to Poe's "City of the Dead"
  2. Microfilm: Bachelin: Whitman: (CL 1909)
  3. Microfilm: Comarnescu, Petru: Benjamin Franklin: 1957
  4. Microfilm:Comarnescu, Petru: Chipurile si Privilesti America: 1940; Comarnescu, Petru: America: Lume Noua Viata Noua: 1947; Sasu-Timmerman: Mark Twain in Romania: Bibliography: 1967; Revista: Romano-Americana: December 1945; Revista: Romano-Americana: February-Marchar 1946: number2-3
  5. Microfilm: Maioresuc, Titu: Translation of Bret Harte's "Luck of Roaring Camp" in Convorbiri Literare: VIII: 1874-1875
  6. Microfilm: Odobescu, Al: Cateva Ori la Snagov: 187[?]
  7. Microfilm: Paduraru, Octav: Anglo-Roumanian and Roumanian-English Bibliography
  8. Microfilm: Petrasincu, Dan: "Fise la un Edgar Poe": Universul Literar: 50: August 16, 1941: number 34
  9. Microfilm: Petrasincu, [Dan]: Poe, Iluminatul: 1942
  10. Microfilm: Pillat, Ion: "Lirica Moderna Americana" in Portrete Lirice: (Original [1936] and Rau Edition [1965])
  11. Microfilm: Publicatiile Periodice Romanesti (Ziar, Gazette, Reviste). Tomo II Catalog Alfabetic: Supliment 1790-1906: George Baiculescu and Georgeta Radinca and Neonila Onofrei: Introduction by Ioan Bianu: 1969
  12. Microfilm: Publicatiile Periodice Romanesti (Ziar, Gazette, Reviste). Tomo II Catalog Alfabetic: Supliment 1790-1906: pages 810-867
  13. Microfilm: Radulescu Pogoneanu, Ion A: Translation inro Romanian: Jahannes Hoop Essay on Bret Harte: Convorbiri Literare: XXXII: February 6, 1898
  14. Microfilm: Riureanu, I.M.: Franklin. Operealese: 1859
  15. Microfilm: Studii si Cercetarii Numismatica: v2: (Old Coins in Romania); Studii si Cercetarii Numismatica v3: (Old Coins in Romania); Studii si Cercetarii Stiintifice: v13 (Old Coins in Romania); Studii si Cercetarii Bibliologie: (Old Coins in Romania)
  16. Microfilm: Uncle Tom's Cabin: Translated into Romanian by T. Codresco, with introductory essay on slavery by Mihail Kogalniceanu: 1853: White on Black: volume 1-2
  17. Microfilm: Uncle Tom's Cabin: Translated into Romanian by T. Codresco, with introductory essay on slavery by Mihail Kogalniceanu: 1853: Black on White: volume 1-2
  18. Negative Roll Film: Unidentified black and white photographic roll film, Romanian countryside (?): Undated
  19. Negative Roll Film: Unidentified black and white photographic roll film, Romanian countryside (?): Undated
 
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