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Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney papers, 1851-1975, bulk 1888-1942

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7.4: Journals and Notebooks , circa 1901-1940

This subseries consists of journals and notebooks containing Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney's handwritten drafts of stories and autobiographical and other writings, including two stories written under the pseudonym Jane Philliper. Writings in this subseries are often related to (possibly being early drafts of) those found in other subseries.
Journals and notebooks are partially scanned; duplicates and some draft versions have not been scanned.
Description Container Select
Autobiographical Writings, undated
23
22
"The Bridge of Light" (7 vols.), undated
23
23-26
"A Foreign Enterprise - A Novel", undated
23
27
"Intermediate", undated
23
28
"Love's Philosophy", circa 1906
23
29
"Mr. Jinks, the Detective" by Jane Philliper (pseudonym of Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney), undated
24
1
"Rosalind - A Story," Vols. I and II, undated
24
2
"Sawdust and Sunshine", undated
24
3
"A Simple Tale", undated
24
4
"Spy Story", 1918
24
5
Story and Poetry Book by Jane Philliper, 1885-1886
24
6
Synopsis of a Novel, undated
24
7
Synopsis of Play about Hero, 1925
24
8
"The Tomb Under the Arc de Triumphe" (play), circa 1940
24
9
"Travels in Foreign Countries and in the Mind", circa 1901
24
10-11
Unidentified Writings, undated
24
12
Untitled Novel, 1901
24
13
Untitled Play, undated
24
14
Untitled Stories, undated
24
15
"White Voices", 1911
24
16

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