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The Gate of the Cat (1987) - The Mark of the Cat(1992)

The Gate of the Cat (1987) [Autographed by Norton]

2/1: Original typed 2nd draft manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 1 - 5

2/2: Original typed 2nd draft manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 6 - 11

2/3: Original typed 2nd draft manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 12 - 17

2/4: Typed final draft manuscript [photocopied] with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 1 - 6

2/5: Typed final draft manuscript [photocopied] with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 7- 12

2/6: Typed final draft manuscript [photocopied] with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 13 - 17

Golden Trillium (1993) [Autographed by Norton]

2/7: Typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 1 - 7

2/8: Typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 8 - 14

2/9: Typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 15 - 21

2/10: Typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 22 - 25

The Hands of Lyr (1994) [Autographed by Norton]

2/11: Typed manuscript with hand corrections, chapters 1 - 10

2/12: Typed manuscript with hand corrections, chapters 11 - 17

2/13: Typed manuscript with hand corrections, chapters 18 - 23

2/14: Typed manuscript with hand corrections, Interlude and chapters 24 - 32

2/15: Typed 2nd draft manuscript with hand corrections, chapters 1- 14 [Not autographed]

2/16: Typed 2nd draft manuscript with hand corrections, chapters 15 - 23 [Not autographed]

2/17: Typed 2nd draft manuscript with hand corrections, Interlude and chapters 24 - 32 [Not autographed]

2/18: Typed manuscript [photocopied] submitted to Scott Meredith Literary Agency, with hand corrections, chapters 1- 12

2/19: Typed manuscript [photocopied] submitted to Scott Meredith Literary Agency, with hand corrections, chapters 13 - 22

2/20: Typed manuscript [photocopied] submitted to Scott Meredith Literary Agency, with hand corrections, chapters 23 - 32

Lair of the Loden (1996, later entitled The Monster's Legacy [Dragon Flight]) [Autographed by Norton]

2/21: Original typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 1 - 6

2/22: Original typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 7 - 13

2/23: Original typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 14 - 21

The Mark of the Cat (1992) [Autographed by Norton]

2/24: Original typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, Introduction - chapter 7

2/25: Original typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 8 - 14

2/26: Original typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 15 - 21

2/27: Original typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 22 - 29

2/28: Original typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 1 - 10

2/29: Original typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 11 - 20

2/30: Original typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 21 - 29 and Epilogue

2/31: Correspondence between Norton and Victor Horadam, 2003

The Mark of the Cat(1992) - Simsa(1981)

The Mark of the Cat (1992) [Not autographed by Norton]

3/1: Original typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, pages 1 - 127

3/2: Original typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, pages 128 - 259

3/3: Original typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, pages 260 - 382

3/4: Original typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, correspondence from artist Karen Kuykendall and photographs, 1990

Mirror of Destiny (1995) [Autographed by Norton]

3/5: Typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 1 - 8

3/6: Typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 9 - 19

3/7: Typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 20 - 28

3/8: Typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 29 - 32

3/9: Typed manuscript with hand corrections [photocopied] by Norton, chapters 1 - 5

3/10: Typed manuscript with hand corrections [photocopied] by Norton, chapters 6 - 13

3/11: Typed manuscript with hand corrections [photocopied] by Norton, chapters 14 - 21

3/12: Typed manuscript with hand corrections [photocopied] by Norton, chapters 22 - 30

Port of Dead Ships (1991, part of Storms of Victory: Witch World The Turning Book I) [Autographed by Norton]

3/13: Original typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 1 - 8

3/14: Original typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 9 - 18

3/15: Original typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 1 - 6

3/16: Original typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 7- 13

3/17: Original typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 14 - 18

Ride The Green Dragon (1985) [Not autographed by Norton]

3/18: Original typed 1st draft manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 1 - 7

3/19: Original typed 1st draft manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 8 - 15

3/20: Original typed 2nd draft manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 1 - 7

3/21: Original typed 2nd draft manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 8- 15

3/22: Typed final draft manuscript with hand corrections by editor, chapters 1 - 6

3/23: Typed final draft manuscript with hand corrections by editor, chapters 7 - 11

3/24: Typed final draft manuscript with hand corrections by editor, chapters 12 - 15

Scent of Magic (1998) [Autographed by Norton]

3/25: Typed manuscript [photocopied] with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 1 - 5

3/26: Typed manuscript [photocopied] with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 6 - 11

3/27: Typed manuscript [photocopied] with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 12 - 17

Serpent's Teeth (1987)

3/28: Original typed 1st draft manuscript with hand corrections [Not autographed by Norton]

3/29: Original typed 2nd draft manuscript with hand corrections [Autographed by Norton]

Simsa (1981) [Autographed by Norton]

3/30: Original typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 1 - 7

3/31: Original typed manuscript with hand corrections by Norton, chapters 8 - 16

“The Frost-Giant’s Daughter”

“The Frost-Giant’s Daughter” by Robert E. Howard and L. Sprague de Camp. 11 p. Howard’s story originally featured a hero named Amra; de Camp’s revision renames him Conan to extend the Conan franchise.

“The God in the Bowl”

“The God in the Bowl” by Robert E. Howard and L. Sprague de Camp. 24 p. A story Howard completed but was unsold at the time of his death in 1936, with an introductory note by de Camp explaining his revisions.

13th Rajputs Regiment Officer's Diaries

1/1: Diary, written from Uganda. December 1, 1914 - March 27, 1915
(9.25-inches x 4.625-inches x 0.25-inches)

1/2: Diary, written from Baghdad.
2 landscape sketches in pencil are located on the last few pages of the notebook.
(7.75-inches x 6-inches x 0.25-inches)

1/3: Diary, written from Europe. Sunday, December 15, 1918 - Tuesday, September 30, 1919
17 pages of writing (9.25-inches x 7.375-inches x 0.875-inches)

18th Century Correspondence

9/1
Receipt (?) regarding France de Vaugency, 1783
To France de Vaugency, possibly from his uncle, 3 July 1766
To France de Vaugency from France de Tilly, 25 April 1787.

9/2
To unknown addressee from Beaudoin in Rouen, 11 May 1787
To unknown addressee from Gerehel (sic?) in Rouen, 24 February 1759.

9/3
To France de Vaugency from unknown author, 19 July 1782, with two accompanying notes on separate sheets, one regarding a commission (1760s) and one to France de Vaugency from unknown author on 31 October 1765
Two letters sealed together, to France de Vaugency from Millert fils aine in Paris, 18 October and 2 November, 1787
To France de Vaugency from his aunt or uncle, 2 September 1782
To France de Vaugency from Beaudoin, 24 June 1787
To M. Beaudoin from unknown author in Rouen, 14 February 1786
Letter, probably to France de Vaugency from his aunt or uncle, Rouen, 17 September 1782
To unknown addressee from Beaudoin, Rouen, 9 May 1787
To France de Vaugency from a close friend in Coulouze (sic?), 5 February 1793

9/4
Will of Deschamps Belard, father of Madame de France. Rouen, 1746.

9/5
To France de Veaugency, "administrateur des Domaines du Roy," unsigned, Undated
To France de Vaugency from his aunt or uncle, L'Argentine (in Switzerland?), 12 July 1787
To France de Vaugency from a close friend, Coulouze (sic?) 22 February 1793
Receipt (?) involving Vaugency and Madame la Contesse de Tilly, Rouen, 26 October 1763
To France de Veaugency from Rollet, Rouen, 24 April 1781, with accompanying receipt.

9/6
To M. Bobet or Robet (sic?) from de Vaugency, 12 July 1779, with accompanying letter to France de Vaugency from Dubor (sic?) Demain (sic?), 20 March 1779.

9/7
To France de Veaugency from Beaudoin, Undated
To unknown addressee from Beaudoin, 1787
To France de Vaugency from Beaudoin, Rouen, 20 March 1786.

9/8
Five letters to unknown addressee from Beaudoin, Rouen, 1786-1787.

9/9
To France de Vaugency from Beaudoin, Rouen, 28 February 1787
To M. Welteat from Beauodin, Rouen, 24 April 1786
To France de Vaugency from his aunt or uncle, 1785 or 86?
Two letters to unknown addressee from Beaudoin, Rouen, 1786.

9/10
Possible financial document, February 1793
Two letters to France de Vaugency from a close friend, Coulouze (sic?), 1793
To France de Vaugency, possibly from his cousin, Rouen, 26 March 1781
Financial statement of Madame la Comtesse de Tilly, 1785
To France de Vaugency from Beaudoin, with accompanying financial statement on Comtesse de Tilly, Rouen, 26 December 1785.

9/11
Administrative document, 1 October 1794, with accompanying catalog description.

9/12
Provision signed by Louis XIV, 1705, folded sheet.

9/13
To Jean-Louis Dubut de la Forest from Alexander Dumas fils, possibly from 1882, with accompanying catalog description.

9/14
To Count Dangormire from Louis XIV, 6 June 1706.

9/15
To municipal administrators from Semeaurs (sic?) on police business, Paris, 29 May 1793.

9/16
Manuscript marked "minute autograph de Malesherbes," Undated
Three poems by Malesherbes, Undated

9/17
To M. Chanchier from Malesherbes on historians of France, 1762
To M. Albers from Malesherbes, Undated
To unknown addressee from Malesherbes, Undated
To Marquise de Neville et Coblence from Malesherbes, Paris, possibly 1775
To an administrator from Malesherbes, Undated

9/18
Two engravings of Malesherbes.

9/19
To Malesherbes from De Sartine, Lieutenant General of Police, about revocation of a letter of exile, Versailes, 1776
Two petitions to Malesherbes in his role as censor of the press from Desbiefs, Undated

9/20
Two letters of Count Rosambo, grandson of Malesherbes, to an unknown baron about his allegiance to the Restoration, dated 9 August 1830 and 3 June 1829
Viscomte Nafauley to the Comte de Rosambo, 22 October 1830.

9/21
Madame Dumas, "Le DeVouement de Lamoignon Malesherbes," in verse by daughter of Malesherbes, manuscript, 11 pages, Undated

9/22
To Frederic the Great, King of Prussia, from Louis XV on the birth of a son to the princess of Prussia, 17 February 1748, with accompanying catalog description.

9/23
To Arnault, chief of the fifth division at the Interior Ministry, from D'arnaud, Paris, 1798.

9/24
Certificate of residence for Sierre Maloust agut de Change (sic?), Paris, 1 April 1793
Two Commune de Paris documents signed by Dorat-Cabierere, 1791-93.

9/25
Note on police letterhead, signed Manuel, 19 January 1790
To Monsieur from P. Manuel, Paris, 8 June 1792
Parisian city document signed by a committee, including Manuel, 4 September 1789
To procureur in Limoges from P. Manuel, Paris, 5 October 1792
To M. Decumite (sic?), signed Manuel, Paris, 1790.

9/26
To Mademoiselle de Scudery from Francois de Bonne, marquis de Crequy, camp near Chatenay, 19 May, 1670 (?), with two manuscript transcriptions of said letter, and with accompanying catalog description.

9/27
To Monsieur from Jintery (sic?), Paris, 29 September 1775.

9/28
Three letters to Louis XV from unknown author, 1759.

9/29
To the Marquis de Monteil from Xavier Le Pef. (sic?), 22 September 1761.

9/30
To Monsieur le Chevalier de Gougens from Charles Frederic, future grand duke of Saxe Weimar, in Weimar, 20 May 1823.

9/31
Form admitting a found child into an orphanage, Paris, 3 March 1796.

9/32
Hotel de Ville rental contract, Paris, 1771?

9/33
To M. Lahonde from M. Galigani, Paris, 24 December, 1818.

9/34
To Mme. Fabreguettes from Pierre-Jean de Beranger, Tours, 24 March 1839, with accompanying catalog description.

9/35
Document signed by Claude Louis Francois de Regnier comte de Guerchy, London, 17 December 1765.

9/36
Marriage document of M. Pierre Nicolas and Anne de Gruthres (sic?), 1769.

9/37
Possible will, 1766.

9/38
Marriage document, 13 September 1769
Marriage document, 6 July 1766.

9/39
To Monsieur and Madame Barlow from Constantin de Volney, Sarcelles, 7 June 1812, with accompanying catalog description.

9/40
Copy of a letter from Barles-Louis Bougeois to Lagree, Grenoble, 1795, with accompanying catalog description.

9/41
Anonymous manuscript, Paris, 11 September, 1774, with accompanying note saying "newspaper."

9/42
Anonymous manuscript, "Parodie D'une Scene de la tragedie de cinna," Undated, with accompanying note saying "Voltaire's copy."

9/43
La Duchesse de Villeroy, "Le 14 juillet," manuscript song
"Epitre a Madame Dubarry," manuscript poem, Undated
La Duchesse de Villeroy, "Le Mariage des pritres, example edifiant donne par l'abbe fauctut" (sic?), manuscript poem.

9/44
To Le Comte de Clermont from l'Abbe LeBlanc, 14 August 1762.

9/45
Five letters from Aubree to his mother, written in Paris, Lyons, Nancy and Breslau, 1800-1808, from five plastic sleeves that Robert L. Dawson marked "1/23" through "5/23," with the note "letters from a vet. during the Revolution & Empire-further docs. in oversize folder" on sleeve 1/23.

9/46
Eight letters from Aubree to his mother, written in Breslau, Wesphalia, Metz, Alfort, Bayviue (sic?), Bordeaux and Anclam, 1798-1808, from sleeves marked "6/23" through "13/23."

9/47
Four documents regarding Aubree's military service, 1799-1801, from sleeves marked "14/23" through "17/23."

9/48
"18/23" through "23/23." To Aubree from his mother, dictated 1781
To Aubree and sister, from Marianne, their other sister, 4 May 1792
To Mes Chers Enfants from Pere Colliot, addressed to Aubree, 1 February, 1775
To Aubree from Vaunisat (sic?), 1779
To Ma Fille from Pere Colliot, addressed to Aubree, 25 August 1775
To Aubree from Vaunisat (sic?), possibly from 1779.

9/49
Army quarter master's document regarding Aubree, veterinarian, 24 June 1800.

18th Century Correspondence

8/1
Manuscript notes on Denantes Pierredon's letters, folded sheet
Eight letters letters from M. Denantes Pierredon to his cousin M. Silvestre fils, royal notary in Gordes, [Luberon district of Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur], 1752-1756.

8/2
Nine letters from M. Denantes Pierredon to his cousin M. Silvestre fils, royal notary in Gordes, [Luberon district of Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur], 1752-1756.

8/3
Five letters or notes, signed Denantes, 1793
Two manuscript financial statements, one dated 1787.

8/4
Twelve letters or notes, signed Denantes, some addressed to illegible citizen or citizens in Aix, 1795-1800.

8/5
Twelve letters or notes, signed Denantes, some addressed to illegible citizen or citizens in Aix, 1795-1800.

8/6
????

8/7
Two Denantes family documents, 1760
Manuscript notes on Denantes family tree, folded sheet.

8/8
Eleven letters from Denantes in Forcalquier(departement Alpes-de-Haute-Provence) to Vial (sic?), "juge-garde des monnoies" (warden of the mint) at Aix, 1772-1786.

8/9
Ten letters from Denantes in Forcalquier(departement Alpes-de-Haute-Provence) to Vial (sic?), "juge-garde des monnoies" (warden of the mint) at Aix, 1772-1786
Manuscript notes on Denantes family tree and his letters to Vial, folded sheet.

8/10
Two letters from Denantes in Forcalquier(departement Alpes-de-Haute-Provence) to Vial (sic?) at Aix 1789
Manuscript notes on Charles Denantes, folded sheet.

8/11
Nine letters or notes from Denantes in Forcalquier(departement Alpes-de-Haute-Provence) to Vial (sic?) at Aix, 1782-1793.

8/12
Nine letters or notes from Denantes in Forcalquier(departement Alpes-de-Haute-Provence) to Vial (sic?) at Aix, 1782-1793.

8/13
Three letters in the same hand (Brenon?), possibly to a stepbrother and others, 1800.

8/14
Manuscript notes on Vassal at Neuilly sur Marne (departement Seine-Saint-Denis) and his letters to Mme. de Robineau at Aix en Provence, folded sheet
Three letters from Vassal to Madame de Robineau at Aix and Marseille, 1764-1766.

8/15
Manuscript notes on Vassal at Neuilly sur Marne (departement Seine-Saint-Denis) and 12 of his letters, folded sheet
Twelve letters from Vassal to Madame de Robineau at Aix en Provence, 1765-1779.

8/16
Manuscript notes on Vassal at Neuilly sur Marne (departement Seine-Saint-Denis) and 28 of his 1764-1774 letters to Madame de Robineau at Marseille, folded sheet
Eight letters from Vassal to Madame de Robineau at Marseille, 1764-1774.

8/17
Ten letters from Vassal to Madame de Robineau at Marseille and Aix en Provence, 1764-1774.

8/18
Eleven letters from Vassal to Madame de Robineau at Aix en Provence, 1764-1774.

8/19
Manuscript poem signed by Francesco Maria Balbo Ferrero with accompanying catalog description
Part of manuscript page titled "La More de Socrate," signed Bernardin.

8/20
Seven letters to or about Jacques-Henri Bernadin Saint-Pierre, some by one Boncher, some mention a M. LeNoir, 1797-1781.

8/21
"See oversize for doc. (on vellum) by which [name illegible], printer to the Queen, sells his equipment, etc., to Didot. 1754," manuscript note on back of envelope.

8/22
J. Brivois to Monsieur on St. Pierre and Paul et Virginie, Paris, 1905
Manuscript report on the sinking of the Saint-Geran, from Paul et Virginie, St. Pierre's novel, 21 numbered pages.

8/23
Sixteen printed advertisements for houses for sale in Paris, Thomery, Châtre and Aulnay, with manuscript notes and names on the back of most, 1757-1813.

8/24
"Articles arrestez par les Nottaires ...," 1695.

8/25
M. Roche, "Second memoire sur le professorat et les Ecole d'artillerie," manuscript, 10 pages, mentions 1833 and earlier dates.

8/26
Copy of letter from unknown author to M. de Stehlin, 1773.

8/27
Conseils Salutaires d'un Parrain Affectionne a Son Filleul, ms. book.

8/28
Vie Privee des Membres du Directoire, ou, Les Puissans Tels Qu'ils Sont, pamphlet, evidently from Directoire period, with the accompanying note "Naughty bits."

8/29
Document on vellum, 1428.

8/30
"Vet.(erinaire) oversize." Copy of a letter to the Minister of Agriculture from Alexandre, Alfort, 11 May 1799
Printed veterinary diploma of Claude Aubree, Alfort, 20 August 1796
Manuscript copy of veterinary school document, Alfort, June 1 1800
Manuscript veterinary school document regarding Claude Aubree, Alfort, 1801
"Extrait du Registre des Deliberations de l'Administration Centrale du Departement de Seine et Oise," ms. regarding a public hearing and Claude Aubree, 6 August 1796.

18th Century Weekly Periodicals

28/1-5: Annonces, Affiches et Avis Divers, weekly periodical, 1756-59, with gaps (10 issues per folder; 11 in last folder).

28/6-15: Mercure de France, weekly periodical, 1782-1786, with gaps (1 issue per folder).

18th Century, and Bishops Correspondence

10/1
Receipt in English from Thomas Nugent for the French translation of one of his works, London, 1 February 1749, with accompanying catalog description and typescript Nugent biography.

10/2
Certificate of civicism, 1793?
Certificate of civicism, Grenoble, 24 April 1794.

10/3
Discourse of Maximilien Robespierre from the national convention, printed, 1794?

10/4
Six letters to Monsieur le Major de la Bastille, or Monsieur Chevalier Major de la Bastille, from de Sartme, mentioning the name Herrisant several times, 1760, with accompanying note saying "Herissant Bookseller a Bastille."

10/5
Printed form signed by L'abbe (sic?), 1700s?

10/6
To Mrs. R. W. Pearson from Miss Barbara Cartland (Dame Mary Barbara Hamilton Cartland), Hatfield, 4 June 1986.

10/7
To Madame from Rosenberg, Venice? 13 January 1781.

10/8
To Monsieur Frantin from Delalain Laine (sic?), 30 September 1787, with accompanying catalog description that does not correspond.

10/9
To unknown recipient from Fanny de Beauharnais, 6 October 1792.

10/10
To Monsieur Monadan Liberaine (sic?) from Isabelle de Montalieu, 24 August 1812, with accompanying note.

10/11
To Monsieur le chevalier de Grignon from Jean le Camus, 26 July.

10/12
To Voltaire from Niquille, Undated
"Epitre a Mademoiselle Clairon Par Mr. D...," April 1766, with note on back saying "from Voltaire's papers (Lambert-Paris), RLD."
Copy of deliberations of the academy, written out by Alexandre de D(?)pierre, Voltaire's nephew, 9 May 1791?

10/13
"D'elembert's eulogy for Scottsman," Berlin, 21 November 1778, in French.

10/14
Blank death and funeral announcement for Marguerite-Charlotte Robespierre, Paris, 1 August 1834.

10/15
To Bernardin de Saint-Pierre from Jean-Francois Champagne, Paris, 24 September 1797, with accompanying catalog description.

10/16
Royal ordinance, printed, 13 June 1770.

10/17
Police report, June 1770, , with accompanying note saying "Police report, accidents, fetes/festivals."

10/18
Advertisement for house on sale, with handwritten notes on back, Paris, 1772.

10/19
To Madame de Saint Pierre from Montalieu (sic?), on the death of Bernardin de Saint Pierre, 29 January 1814
Pension for Bernardin de Saint Pierre, 1790.

10/20
Possible publishing agreement between Stephanie Felicite Ducrest de Genlis and Pierre Blanchard and Alopis Blaise Eymery, Paris, 24 January 1812
Document officially striking Stephanie Felicite Ducrest de Genlis from the register of emigres and allowing her return to France, 10 November 1800.

10/21
"L'Ombre de Voltaire Au Cure de St. Sulpice, par un Genevois," manuscript, Undated
"Ode de M. de Voltaire sur sa Conversion, et son Repentir," manuscript, Undated

10/22
"Deo ultiomum domino, Epitre aux maner de Vxxx," manuscript, Undated

10/23
"L'education d'un fils" (sic?), signed "Dorot" (sic?), manuscript, Undated, with accompanying note saying "Voltairiana."

10/24
Official document for Cathering de Barrete, printed, 17 December 1779, with accompanying note.

10/25
To M. le marechal from d'Estrees. Paris. 11 March, 1760, with accompanying note.

10/26
Certificate of baptism for Pierre Frederic Empaytaz, signed by Count d'Esterno, Berlin, 20 March 1789.

10/27
Folded sheet marked "d'Esterno" in pencil
To Monseigneur from Meriellhuieur (sic?), 22 June 1694.

10/28
Possible legal document with multiple signatures, 20 November 1704.

10/29
Military document signed by Duphot and Faipoult, 1797
Folded sheet with manuscript notes on Duphot, Faipoult and preceeding document.

10/30
Document regarding Degouze and the army, by Antoine Grenot, Rennes, 4 July 1795, with accompanying catalog description.

10/31
Military document signed by Alquier, Cochon and Ramel, La Haye, 10 May 1795, with accompanying catalog description.

10/32
To the citizens from Alexandre Claude Bellier du Chesnay, Paris, 1 December 1791.

10/33
Marriage document of M. Ballain and Mlle Drian. 13 December, 1769.

10/34
Regarding procees verbaux, 19 July 1798.

10/35
To the minister of war from Victor Gouvion, 7 January 1793.

10/36
"Pieces Justificatives," i.e., legal proceedings regarding autopsy for infanticide, printed, Undated, but probably circa 1799.

10/37
"Memoire et Consultation, pour le Sieur Bourgoin, appelant
Contre les Heritiers Gatrez, Intimes," printed, 1810.

10/38
"Observations ...," i.e., legal proceedings, printed, Undated

10/39
To Mon cher ami from unknown author, on letterhead of "Presidence de la Republique," Paris, 1920s?
Poem by Jean Recoque entitled "Nancy-Gourmet," with notes in another hand on back, 1943.

10/40
Twenty-three illustrations from same work, untitled, unbound, Undated

10/41
Arrete concerning forges in Castille, Louois-Bernard Guyton-Morveau of Comite de Salut public, 4 November 1796, with accompanying catalog description.

10/42
"Recueil Complet des Discours," with mention of Napoleon in full title, printed, Paris, 1797-98, with two pages inside on letterhead of "L'Eclair, Journal Politique Quotidien Independent - Redaction," Paris, from early 1900s, marked "Napoleon 1e" on reverse in manuscript.

10/43
Manuscript notes on empty brown envelope
labeled "Acqs ou Dax" that contained the 3 manuscript below
To M. d'Ormyson (sic?) from Charles Louis Maurice de Inarez D'Anlan, Acqs, 29 January 1740
To M. De Tradaine (sic?) from unknown author, Acqs, 27 May 1772
To unknown recipient from Charles Auguste de Guiers, Bordeaux, 1783.

10/44
folder labeled "Alais", To Monseigneur from Francois, Alais, 3 June 1703
To M. de Tradaine from Jean Louis de Bouisson, Alais, 7 October 1769.

10/45
folder labeled "Aleth, eveche", to unknown recipient from Charles, September 1766.

10/46
labeled "Amiens, eveche". To unknown recipient from Louis Francois Gabriel d'Orleans, Amiens, 25 June 1751.

10/47
labeled "Angoulene, eveche". Certificate for a local architect, name illegible, from Francois Duverdier, Angoulene, 9 July 1746.

10/48
labeled "Apt (sic?), eveche". To Monsieur Vilmoria Andriena (sic?) from Laurent Michel de Celÿ, former bishop of d'Apt, Marseille, 3 October 1808.

10/49
"Auch, archeveche". To Monsieur from unknown author, Auch, 11 September 1787.

10/50
"Autun, eveche". To M. Le Gendir (sic?) from Nicholas Bomille (sic?), bishop of Autun, 15 October 1762
To unknown recipient from Yves Alexandre de Marboeuf, bishop of Autun, Paris, 24 July 1780
Bill for unknown bishop of Autun, Undated

10/51
"Auxerre, eveche". To M. Trudaine from Charles Gabriel de Pestet (sic?), bishop of Auxerre, 22 November, 1750
To Monsieur from Jean Baptiste Marie Champion de Cice (sic?), bistop of Auxerre, 29 September 1768.

10/52
"Bayeux, eveche". To Monsieur from LeMien, bishop of Gayea (sic?), 1656
To Monsieur from Paul Albert de Luynes, bishop of Bayeux, 7 December 1749
To M. Trudaine (sic?) from Pierre Jules Cesar de Prochechonart (sic?), bishop of Bayeux, 16 August 1774
To M. de Trudaine from Joseph Dominique de Cherylus, bishop of Bayeux, 18 April, 1770.

10/53
"Blois, eveche". To unknown recipient from bishop of Blois, 17 March 1774
To unknown recipient from Al. (de Chemines?), bishop of Blois, Undated
To unknown recipient from A. E., bishop of Blois, 30 October 1802
To Monseigneur from Philippe Francois de Sausin, bishop of Blois, Blois, 1 August 1832.

10/54
"Bordeaux, archeveche". To Monsieur from Jeróme Marie Champion de Cice, archbishop of Bordeaux, Paris, 6 June 1781?
To Monsieur l'Eveque d'Orleans from Jean, archbishop of Bordeaux, Bordeaux, 28 December 1826.

10/55
"Cambray, archeveche". To M. le Controleur General from Charles de Saint Albin, archbishop of Cambray, 19 April 1748.

10/56
"Carcassanne, eveche". To Monsieur Faure (sic?) Cure de Carcassonne from L., bishop of Carcassonne, 10 April 1816.

10/57
"Chateauroux". To Messieurs les administrateurs du departement du Loiret from Herandin (sic?), bishop du dep. De Lindre (sic?), Châteauroux, 21 August 1792.

10/58
"Clermont, eveche". To M. de Trudaine from Francois Marie Temaitre (sic?) de la Gartaye, bishop of Clermont, 31 August 1768.

10/59
"Comminges, eveche". To Monsieur from Charles Antoine Gabrield d'Olmond de Medary (sic?), bishop of Comminges, 1788
To M. DeLamilliere from Antoine Eustache d'Olmond, bishop of Comminges, Toulouse, 26 July 1789.

10/60
"Condom, eveche". To M. de Lamillaire (sic?) from Alexandre Cesar d'Anterroche, bishop of Condom, 1789.

10/61
"Coutances, eveche". To M. le Milliere from Ange Francois de Talarn (sic?), bishop of Coutances, Paris, 23 March 1783
To Monsieur from Claude Louis, bishop of Coutances, Paris, 8 March 1805.

10/62
"Dijon, eveche". To Monsieur from Claude Marie Antoine d'Apchon, bishop of Dijon, Dijon, 27 November 1767.

10/63
"Embrun, archeveche". To Monsieur from Bernardin Francois Fouquet, archbishop of Embrun, 25 November 1763
Enclosed in preceeding is a Memoire mentioning Trudaine, by Fouquet, Undated
To unknown addressee from (probably) Pierre-Louis de Leyssin, archbishop of Embrun, Paris, 1 March, Undated

10/64
"Genes, (sic?) archeveche". To Monseigneur from L., archbishop of Genes (sic?), Paris, 9 April 1829.

10/65
"La Rochelle, eveche". To Monsieur le President de la 1re Chambre de la Cour Royale from Joseph Berney, bishop of La Rochelle, Orleans, 7 December 1828.

10/66
"Limoges, eveche". To Monsieur from Jean-Gilles du Coëtlosquet, bishop of Limoges, Limoges, 19 September 1749
To M. Dalesme (sic?) from Louis-Charles Duplessis d'Argentre, Metz?, 3 October 1786.

10/67
"Lodeve, eveche". To Monsieur from Jean Felix Henri de Fumel, Montpellier, 1 February 1779?

10/68
"Lombez, eveche". To Monsieur from (probably) Jacques Richier de Cerizy, bishop of Lombez, Lombez, 15 May 1769
To M. de Cotte (sic?) from Leon Francois Ferdinand de Salignac de La Mothe-Fenelon, bishop of Lombez, Toulouse, 1779
To M. de Trudaine from Francois Ferdinand de Salignac de La Mothe-Fenelon, bishop of Lombez, Lombez, 22 April 1772.

10/69
"Lyon, archeveche". To M. Morand from Antoine Malvin de Montazet, archbishop of Lyon, 12 June 1779.

18th-19th Century Correspondence of French Authors, Historians and Celebrities

Material in folders 1-6 came to Cushing Library in a three-ring binder with the handwritten spine title "P'sse Marthe Bibesco Corresp." Marthe, Princess Bibesco, French version of Marta Bibescu (1886 Bucharest-1973 Paris), nee Marta Lucia or Marthe Lucie Lahovary (also spelled Lahovari), was a Romanian-French writer, whose papers are at the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin.Material in folders 7-10 from a binder titled "H. Bidou," i.e., Henri Bidou (1873-1943). Material in folders 10-15 from a binder titled "Henry Bidou." Material in folders 16-18 from a binder titled "Gilbert Cesbron," with note on verso of front cover: "Envelopes left w/ letter if everything can be read. Otherwise, envelopes in case after the contents. 1 envelope was loose."Gilbert Cesbron(1913-1979) was a French novelist.Material in folders 19-24 from a binder titled "J. Carcopino (Corresp. a/. M.-Bonnet)," with note on verso of front cover: "Jerome Carcopino 1881-1970, historian etc., Ac. fr'se, Collabora aVichy." The addressee, Christian Melchior-Bonnet (1902-1995), was a writer and director of the magazine Historia.

15/1-2: 12 letters each folder, most with accompanying envelopes.

15/3: 10 letters, most with accompanying envelopes ; manuscript paginated 6-18.

15/4: 14 letters, most with accompanying envelopes.

15/5: Princesse Bibesco, "Franchet d'Esperey, Marechal de France," typescript, 6 pp; 2 letters; 1 card; Comte Wladimir d'Ormesson, speech in honor of Princesse Bibesco on occasion of her receiving the Croix de la Legion, 6/4/1962, 6 pp.

15/6: 4 newspaper clippings, 2 journal clippings.

15/7-8: 17 letters in each folder

15/9-10: 16 letters in each folder

15/11: 19 letters.

15/12: 16 letters.

15/13-15: 17 letters in each folder

15/16-17: 15 letters in each folder, most with accompanying envelopes.

15/18: 16 letters, most with accompanying envelopes; 2 printed marriage invitations.

15/19: 15 letters, some with accompanying envelopes; 2 post cards.

15/20-21: 17 letters in each folder (some with accompanying envelopes) and post cards.

15/22: 17 letters (some with accompanying envelopes).

15/23: 14 letters (some with accompanying envelopes).

15/24: 7 letters (some with accompanying envelopes); 1 post card; 1 printed card expressing condolences to the Carcopino family, April 1970.

18th-19th Century Correspondence of French Authors, Historians and Celebrities

Material in folders 1-4 came to Cushing Library in a three-ring binder with the handwritten spine title "Francis Charmet (Rev. des 2 mondes + senat." Material in folders 5-14 from a binder titled "20th C. Cocteau, Montherland." Jean Cocteau(1889-1963) was a French surrealist writer. Henry de Montherlant (1896-1972) was a French dramatist.Material in folders

15-16 from a binder titled "Camille Doucet." Doucet (1812-1895) was a French poet and playwright.Material in folders 17-18 from a binder titled "Augustin Filon (Coquelin)." Filon(1841-1916) was a French writer. Material in folders 19-24 from a binder titled "Hanotaux, letters, texts, etc., WWII." Gabriel Hanotaux (1853-1944) was a French statesman and historian. Material in folders 25-28 from a binder titled "Jean Orieux," with note on verso of front cover: "J. Orieux, novelist, writer, etc.-Ac. fr'se. Corresp. w/ Melchior-Bonnet. Left in order acquired-envelopes are separate if I wasn't sure of which letter it goes with."

16/1-3: 15 letters in each folder, most on Revue des deux mondes letterhead, circa 1907-1919.

16/4: 6 letters, most on Revue des deux mondes letterhead, circa 1907-1919.

16/5: "Morceaux Choisis" marked on envelope from Paris dealer Thierry Bodin; Marked up galley proofs in 4 gatherings; Marked up typescripts, 2 sheets

16/6: Marked up galley proofs in 5 gatherings.

16/7: Marked up galley proofs in 4 gatherings, plus 1 typescript sheet.

16/8: Marked up galley proof of title page "Le Cap de Bonne-esperance (1916-1919)," with "Morceaux Choisis (poemes) 1916-1931"marked in pencil; Marked up galley proofs of section titled "Preambule" and paginated 20-54.

16/9: Marked up galley proofs of section titled "L'Invitation a la Mort" and paginated 106-113; Marked up galley proofs of section titled "Discours du grand sommeil (1916-1918), inedit" and paginated 145-148, 181-182, 195-198, 201-220, 227-233.

16/10: Marked up galley proofs of section titled "Morceaux Choisis, L'adieu aux fusiliers marins" and paginated 24-25; Marked up galley proofs of section titled "Poesies 1920" and paginated 237-238, 243-244, 249-252, 277-288, 295-298, 325, 332, 343-344.

16/11: Marked up galley proofs of section titled "Vocabulaire 1922" and paginated 88-93, 95, 97-100, 103-108 in pencil at upper right.

16/12: Marked up galley proofs of section titled "Plain-chant 1923" and paginated 109-119, 120-130 in pencil at upper right.

16/13: Marked up galley proofs of section titled "Plain-chant 1923" and paginated 131-148, 151-153 in pencil at upper right.

16/14: 9 letters from sleeves marked "H. de Montherlant," most signed by Chr. Melchior-Bonnet; "113 Des Beaux-Arts ..." marked in pencil on envelope from Paris dealer Thierry Bodin.

16/15: 9 letters, 4 cards.

16/16: Envelope marked "Camille Doucet" and "The following letters were grouped together-RLD."; 11 letters and documents.

16/17: Envelope marked "Augustin Filon"; 10 letters.

16/18: 11 letters.

16/19: 14 letters (most with accompanying envelopes) from 1941-1942; 1 post card; accompanying catalog description of entire lot.

16/20: 13 letters (most with accompanying envelopes) from 1941-1942.

16/21: Gabriel Hanotaux, "A la recherche de l'Europe," typescript, Undated, 4 pages; 2 telegrams to Melchior Bonnet, Journal Clermont Ferrand, 1927.

16/22: 16 letters and documents (most typescript), circa 1941-1942, with mentions of Melchior-Bonnet.

16/23: 16 letters and documents (most typescript), circa 1941-1942, with mentions of Melchior-Bonnet.

16/24: Felix-Auguste Duvert, vaudevillian, to Nay, 1836, with accompanying catalog description.

16/25: 15 letters (some with accompanying envelopes) from 1946-1949.

16/26-27: 15 letters and post cards in each folder (some with accompanying envelopes) from 1949-1952.

16/28: 12 letters and post cards (some with accompanying envelopes) from 1956-1986.

18th-19th Century Correspondence of French Authors, Historians and Celebrities

Material in folders 1-2 (and box 16, folders 25-28), came to Cushing Library in a three-ring binder with the handwritten spine title "Jean Orieux," with note on verso of front cover: "J. Orieux, novelist, writer, etc.-Ac. fr'se. Corresp. w/ Melchior-Bonnet. Left in order acquired-envelopes are separate if I wasn't sure of which letter it goes with." Material in folders

3-5 from a binder titled "Orieux Mamariee 1." Material in folders 6-8 from a binder titled "Orieux Mamariee 2." Material in folders 9-11 from a binder titled "Pasteur Valery-Radot [sic] to baronne de Brimont."Louis Pasteur Vallery-Radot (b. 1886 Paris, d. 1970 Paris), French physician, biographer of Louis Pasteurand editor of his complete works. Material in folders 12-18 from a binder titled "Victor Rattier [sic]." Material in folders 19-26 from another binder titled "Victor Rattier [sic]." Victor Ratier, as editor of La Silhouette, was a defendant in an April 1830 lese majeste trial. Material in folders 27 from a binder titled "Princess of Schleswig Holstein 1," with accompanying note: "Louise-Augusta dite Marie-Louise, Princesse de Schleswig Holstein ...."

17/1: "Moulay," manuscript, 9 pages.

17/2: 7 newspaper clippings on Jean Orieux; 1 invitation to Paul Anderbouhr exhibition, Paris, 1956.

17/3: "Eulalie de Varlianges," manuscript, pages 1-25 (note: 2 sheets are numbered "2").

17/4: "Eulalie de Varlianges," manuscript, pages 26-50.

17/5: "Eulalie de Varlianges," manuscript, pages 51-54, 64-75.

17/6: "Eulalie de Varlianges," manuscript, pages 76-95.

17/7: "II," manuscript, pages 1-8; "2," manuscript, pages 160-163; Manuscript(s), unpaginated sheet; Manuscript, pages 186-187, 201-208.

17/8: Manuscript(s), 6 unpaginated sheets; Manuscript, page 1; Manuscript(s), 1 unpaginated sheets; Manuscript(s), pages A-D.

17/9-10: Louis Pasteur Vallery-Radot to Baronne de Brimont, 17 letters in each folder, 1908-1962.

17/11: Louis Pasteur Vallery-Radot to Baronne de Brimont, 8 letters, 1908-1962.

17/12: M.A. Mornet, Notice necrologique de M. Ratier(Bourges, 1899), 23 pp., xerox.

17/13-17: 17 letters in each folder

17/18: 21 letters.

17/19-23: Letters, originally packed together in one sleeve in the collector's binder.

17/24: 7 letters and printed items

17/25: Manuscript, paginated 1-60, with note: "Pedagogie medicale ou l'hygiene appliquee a l'education (Fonds Victor Ratier)."

17/26: Letters, originally packed together in one sleeve in the collector's binder ; and in a folded sheet titled "Correspondence, 11 aout 1878," with note: "Victor Ratier, redacteur en chef du Journal du cher, dramaturge, lettres familiales, Victor Ratier, son fils, son pere, etc."

17/27: 10 letters (most with accompanying envelopes) from circa 1906-1913, 1 portrait, 1 calendar, collector's notes (2 items).

18th-19th Century Correspondence of French Authors, Historians and Celebrities

Material in folders 1-9 came to Cushing Library in a three-ring binder with the handwritten spine title "Juliette L. Adam." Material in folders 10-13. from a binder titled "Juliette Adam." Juliette Adam(b. 1836 in Verberie[Oise], d. 1936, Callian[Var]), also known by her maiden name Juliette Lambert, was a French author and feminist. Material in folders 14-18 from a binder titled "Letters by all sorts to Emile Augier." Material in folders 19-25 from a binder titled "letters to E. Augier." Guillaume Victor Emile Augier(b. 1820 Valence, Drome, d. 1889), grandson of Pigault Lebrun, was a French dramatist. Material in folders 26-29 from a binder titled "Louis Bertrand," with note "Louis Bertrand (1866-1941): Acad Francaise romancier etc., Afrique du nord-Algerie etc. (prof a Alger)" on verso of front cover.

14/1: 9 letters.

14/2-3: 1 letter on two sheets, originally pinned together.

14/4: 15 letters.

14/5: 15 letters, notes and printed items, plus 1 envelope.

14/6: 11 letters, plus 1 envelope bearing possible collector notes.

14/7: 6 letters and notes originally paper clipped together with note saying "lettres et querelles entre Spuller et Mme Adam."

14/8: 2 business cards of Madame Edmond Adam bearing notes, 1 hand drawn caricature in color .

14/9: 1 printed item about "Lamber, Mme Adam" bearing her portrait, 1 newspaper clipping, with two accompanying notes on separate sheets.

14/10-12: 15 letters in each folder

14/13: Possible collector notes, listing names of possible correspondents, on 4 folded sheets; Photographic portrait of Mme J. Adam.

14/14-15: 15 letters in each folder

14/16: 15 letters, 2 business cards.

14/17: 15 letters.

14/18: 5 letters, 1 business card, 1 envelope (probably from dealer) titled "lettres adressees a emile augier, circa 65 pieces."

14/19: 15 letters, 1 business card, 1 photographic portrait of M. Lheritier.

14/20: 16 letters.

14/21: 16 letters, 1 business card.

14/22: 15 letters, 2 envelopes.

14/23: 15 letters, 1 business card.

14/24: 15 letters.

14/25: 3 letters, 1 envelope (probably from dealer) titled "lettres adressees a emile augier, 98 pieces."

14/26-28: 12 letters each folder, most with accompanying envelopes.

14/29: 6 letters, most with accompanying envelopes; 1 other manuscript ; 2 printed items

18th-19th Century Correspondence of French Authors, Historians and Celebrities, and La Nouvelle Societe d'Edition

Material in folders 1-3 (and box 17, folder 27), came to Cushing Library in a three-ring binder with the handwritten spine title "Princess of Schleswig Holstein 1," with accompanying note: "Louise-Augusta dite Marie-Louise, Princesse de Schleswig Holstein ...." Material in folders 4-6 from a binder titled "Princess of Schleswig Holstein 2."Material in folders 7-10 from a binder titled "Armand Silvestre."Paul-Armand Silvestre (b. 1837 Paris, d. 1901 Toulouse) , French poet.Material in folders 11-15 from a binder titled "letters 19th-20th, mostly theater (A. Dumas et al.) (J.P. Sartre)." Letters, 1829-1955, bulk 1902-1938.Material in folders 16-24 from a binder titled "NSE," i.e., La Nouvelle Societed'Edition, a circa 1928-1944 Parisian publishing house. Material in folders 25-33 from another binder titled "NSE."

18/1: 12 letters (with accompanying envelopes) from circa 1906-1913.

18/2: 1 telegram, 6 letters (with accompanying envelopes) from circa 1906-1913.

18/3: 8 letters (some with accompanying envelopes) from 1907-1914, with accompanying collector's notes.

18/4: 14 letters (most with accompanying envelopes) from 1904-1913, with accompanying collector's notes.

18/5-7: 14 letters in each folder (with accompanying envelopes) from 1904-1913.

18/8: Manuscript, 21 sheets, with accompanying catalog description: "59 articles d'une page in-8 chacun, 1888-1898."

18/9: Manuscript, 20 sheets.

18/10: Manuscript, 17 sheets.

18/11-14: 10 letters in each folder

18/15: 3 letters.

18/16: Gabriel Perreux letter and dust jackets (6 items).

18/17: R.M. Rolland book contract and letter (4 sheets).

18/18: Maurice Audubert-Boussat letters and book contract (28 sheets).

18/19: Charles Maurice Chenu, 17 letters.

18/20: Charles Maurice Chenu letters, dust jackets, book contracts (18 sheets).

18/21: Charles Maurice Chenu, 18 letters.

18/22: E.N. Dzelepy letters, dust jackets, book contracts (5 items).

18/23: Irene le Cornec book contract, letters (5 items).

18/24: J. Thoret (as translator of German author Leonhard Frank) letters, dust jackets, book contracts (22 items).

18/25: Robert Dieudonne letters, dust jackets, book contracts (19 items).

18/26: Mme. Jehan d'Ivray (2 items).

18/27: Rene Bonnefoy letters, flyers, book contracts (6 items).

18/28: Andre Renaudin letters, flyers, book contracts (18 items).

18/29: Andre Renaudin letters, flyers, book contracts (13 items).

18/30: Henry Champly letters, flyers, book contracts (12 items).

18/31: Suzanne de Callias letters, flyers, book contracts (17 items).

18/32: Rene Lehmann letters, flyers, book contracts (7 items).

18/33: Georges Pillement (as translator of Argentine author Manuel Galvez) letters, flyers, book contracts (6 items).

1906-1936 Football Seasons

1906 Season
1/1: Texas A&M at Texas, November 29, 1906
Thanksgiving Game

1915 Season
1/2: Texas A&M vs Texas, November 19, 1915
Signature of Johnny Garrity, Jr. (Texas A&M's beloved "Wild Irishman"), captain and the left end of the 1915 team.

1916 Season
1/3: Texas A&M vs Southwestern University, October 6, 1916

1/4: Texas A&M vs Missouri School of Mines, November 17, 1916

1917 Season
1/5: Texas A&M vs Texas, Thanksgiving 1917

1919 Season
1/6: Texas A&M vs Texas, November 27, 1919

1921 Season
1/7: Texas A&M vs Texas, November 24, 1921

1/8: Texas A&M vs Centre College, January 1, 1922
Played at Fair Park Stadium in Dallas, Texas. Gift of Marcus Gist, '22

1922 Season
1/9: Texas A&M vs Rice, November 18, 1922

1923 Season
1/10: Texas A&M vs Sam Houston Normal Scorecard, September 22, [1923] Gift of A. W. Hite, '26

1/11: Texas A&M vs Howard Payne Scorecard, September 28, [1923] Gift of A. W. Hite, '26

1/12: Texas A&M vs Southwestern Scorecard, October 05, [1923] Gift of A. W. Hite, '26

1/13: Texas A&M vs Sewanee, October 13, 1923 Gift of A. W. Hite, '26 Game at Dixie Stadium.

1/14: Texas A&M vs Southern Methodist University (SMU), October 26, 1923

1/15: Texas A&M vs Texas, Thanksgiving 1923

1924 Season
1/16: Texas A&M vs Rice, November 14, 1924

1/17: Texas A&M at Texas, Thanksgiving 1924
Dedication Program of Texas Memorial Stadium.

1925 Season
1/18: Texas A&M vs Southern Methodist University (SMU), October 16, [1925] Gift of John Cox, '47

1/19: Texas A&M at Baylor, October 31, 1925

1/20: Texas A&M vs Texas, Thanksgiving 1925

1926 Season
1/21: Texas A&M vs Sewanee, October 9, 1926
Played in Dallas, Texas

1/22: Texas A&M at Baylor, October 30, 1926

1927 Season
1/23: Texas A&M at Rice, 1927 (front cover only)

1/24: Texas A&M vs Sewanee, October 8, 1927
Played in Dallas, Texas.

1/25: Texas A&M at Texas Christian University (TCU), October 22, 1927 (front cover only)

1/26: Texas A&M vs Texas, Thanksgiving 1927

1929 Season
1/27: Texas A&M vs Southern Methodist University (SMU), 1929 Gift of W. J. Bruton, '33

1/28: Texas A&M vs Texas, Thanksgiving 1929

1933 Season
1/29: Texas A&M at Texas Christian University (TCU), October 21, 1933

1/30: Texas A&M at Rice, November 18, 1933

1935 Season
1/31: Texas A&M Frosh vs Texas Fish, 1935 (Freshman game)

1/32: Texas A&M vs Stephen F. Austin Teachers College, September 21, 1935

1/33: Texas A&M vs Southern Methodist University (SMU), [1935]

1/34: Texas A&M vs Temple, October 5, 1935
Game played in Tyler, Texas at the First Annual East Texas Rose Festival.

1/35: Texas A&M vs Texas, Thanksgiving 1935

1936 Season
1/36: Texas A&M vs Sam Houston State Teachers College, September 26, 1936

1/37: Texas A&M at Rice, October 10, 1936 Gift of James Boyles

1/38: Texas A&M Frosh vs Rice Slimes, November 14, 1936 (Freshman game)

1/39: Texas A&M at Centenary, November 21, 1936

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