Guide to the Michael Mott Collection

Collection Title: Michael Mott Collection
Dates: 1944-1989
Identification: MS 59
Creator: Mott, Michael, 1930-
Extent: 59 Boxes
Language of Materials: English
Abstract: Michael Mott, novelist, biographer, editor, poet and essayist, was born and educated in England. He has received awards and critical acclaim for his poetry and novels. He was poetry editor for the Kenyon Review from 1966-1970, twice a writer-in-residence at the College of William and Mary (1978 and 1985), and taught on the faculties of Emory University and Bowling Green State University. His biography of Thomas Merton was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize and received a 1985 Christopher Award. The Michael Mott Collection includes drafts and notes for Mott’s published and unpublished works, both poetry and prose; journals, diaries and notebooks from 1944-1988; and correspondence with his publishers and with fellow writers from 1965-1989.
Acquisition Information: The Michael Mott Collection was acquired from two sources; some material was received from a bookseller in 1984, and the greater portion of the collection was acquired from Mr. Mott in 1989, with subsequent additions.
Processing Information: Processed by Sigrid Pohl Perry in 1984 and revised in 1989 and 1997, with additions arranged and added as acquired.
Conditions Governing Use: Available for research. Copyright for materials resides with the literary executors of individual letters. All users must comply with federal copyright regulations.
Preferred Citation: Michael Mott Collection, Manuscript Series LIX, Charles Deering McCormick Library of Special Collections, Northwestern University Library
Repository: Charles Deering McCormick Library of Special Collections
Deering Library, Level 3
1970 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL,
URL: http://www.library.northwestern.edu/spec
Email: special.collections@northwestern.edu
Phone: 847-491-3635

Biographical/Historical Information

Michael Mott, a poet and the author of novels for children and adults, was born and educated in England. He first began publishing poetry in 1948. He has held both editing and teaching positions in his career as a writer, serving as the poetry editor of the Kenyon Review from 1966-1970. Mott served as a writer-in-residence at the College of William and Mary during the 1978 and 1985 terms. He taught on the faculties of Emory University and Bowling Green State University; he retired in 1992. As a Guggenheim Fellow, he was appointed to write the official biography of Thomas Merton which was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize and received the Christopher Award in 1985.

Scope and Content

The Michael Mott Collection includes drafts and notes for Mott's published and unpublished materials, both poetry and prose, including items written during his youth. Journals, diaries, and working notebooks are held from 1944–1988. There is a significant amount of correspondence with fellow writers from 1965–1989, including Gari Corseri, Daniel Mark Epstein, Robert Lax, and Frank Manley. All correspondence held with publishers about various books or single publications has been inventoried. Some 70 periodical issues with Mr. Mott's poems or other writings have been retained and listed in alphabetical order.

A significant portion of the Collection consists of all the revisions for the chapters of The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton, including word processing materials. Publishing correspondence and correspondence on the entire Merton project as well as public response to the book after publication is included. Mr. Mott's notes and information gathered from various sources, including Merton's family, friends, and colleagues, have also been deposited here. Photographs relating to Merton's life and environment, copies of biographical documents, and articles and books by Thomas Merton are available. Many of the latter have been annotated by Mott.

Arrangement of Materials

Some of the original order established by Mr. Mott has been preserved. Additions and other materials have had an order imposed, mainly chronological.

Some 70 periodical issues with Mr. Mott's poems or other writings have been retained and listed in alphabetical order.

Subjects

Personal Name

Brock, Van K.

Deagon, Ann, 1930-

Epstein, Daniel Mark

Garrett, George, 1929-2008

Lax, Robert

Manley, Frank

Merton, Thomas, 1915-1968

Mott, Michael, 1930-

Ransom, John Crowe, 1888-1974

Rubin, Larry, 1930-

Sellers, Bettie M.

Silk, Dennis, 1928-


Container List / Contents

  • Correspondence with various writers, 1963-1977
      Note:  for complete information see manuscript cards
    • Abse, Dannie 1973-1979 11pp., incl. poem “Mysteries”Box 1, Folder 2
    • Bessie, Alvah Cecil 1973 1p.Box 1, Folder 3
    • Blackburn, Paul n.d. 1p. poem “Hard Rock, No Candy”Box 1, Folder 4
    • Bly, Robert 1976-1977 6pp., with photo and poem on versoBox 1, Folder 5
    • Burgess, Anthony 1972 1p.Box 1, Folder 6
    • Creeley, Robert 1973 3pp.Box 1, Folder 7
    • Dorn, Ed 1977 2pp.Box 1, Folder 8
    • Duncan, Robert 1973 1p.Box 1, Folder 9
    • Eberhart, Richard 1975 1p.Box 1, Folder 10
    • Epstein, Daniel Mark 1967-1976 11pp.Box 1, Folder 11
    • Ferlinghetti, Lawrence 1975-1976 5pp.Box 1, Folder 12
    • Garrett, George P. 1973-1979 31pp.Box 1, Folder 13
    • Graves, Robert 1967 1p.Box 1, Folder 14
    • Gunn, Thom 1967-1976 6pp.Box 1, Folder 15
    • Hecht, Anthony 1978 2pp.Box 1, Folder 16
    • Hughes, Ted n.d. 1p.Box 1, Folder 17
    • Inez, Colette 1973-1976 14pp., incl. poems, “Old Woman and the War”, “Kissing the Lips of Orphanage Girls”, “MYA Calendar with a Debt to Birney's Janissary, Cassowary, Marsh”Box 1, Folder 18
    • Johnson, Bryan Stanley 1968-1971 3pp.Box 1, Folder 19
    • Kiely, Benedict 1968-1976 14pp.Box 1, Folder 20
    • Kinnell, Galway 1974-1975 4pp.Box 1, Folder 21
    • Kinsella, Thomas 1968 1p.Box 1, Folder 22
    • Kumin, Maxine 1976-1977 3pp.Box 1, Folder 23
    • MacBeth, George 1967-1973 4pp.Box 1, Folder 24
    • Merwin, W.S. 1970 1p.Box 1, Folder 25
    • Nye, Robert n.d. 1p.Box 1, Folder 26
    • Ransom, John Crowe 1968-1969. 24pp.+ ; multiple copies and drafts of poems with notes: “Agitato ma non troppo”, “Here Lies a Lady”, “Nocturne”, “Of Margaret”, “Overtures”; also 2 ALS copies of Mott's letters to Ransom.Box 1, Folder 27
    • Ransom, John Crowe 1968-1969. 24pp.+ ; multiple copies and drafts of poems with notes: “Agitato ma non troppo”, “Here Lies a Lady”, “Nocturne”, “Of Margaret”, “Overtures”; also 2 ALS copies of Mott's letters to Ransom.Box 1, Folder 28
    • Rich, Adrienne Cecile 1975 1p.Box 1, Folder 29
    • Sexton, Anne 1973 1p.Box 1, Folder 30
    • Silk, Dennis 1963-1974 19pp. incl. poems, “The Bottle”, “The Constitutional”, “Graftings”, “The Jacket”, “The Park”, “Returning”Box 1, Folder 31
    • Warren, Robert Penn 1967 1p.Box 1, Folder 32
    • Welty, Eudora 1967 2pp.Box 1, Folder 33
    • Wilbur, Richard 1973 1p.Box 1, Folder 34
    • Zukofsky, Louis 1975 1p.Box 1, Folder 35
  • Michael Mott Manuscripts and Journals
    • Prose
      • Counting the GrassesBox 1, Folder 36
        • Counting the Grasses Typescript & photocopy (72pp. each)Box 1, Folder 36
        • Counting the Grasses Page proofs (2 copies, 72pp. each) Published: Anhinga Press, 1980.Box 1, Folder 36
      • Take Down the Sun trilogy : Prose AIBox 2, Folder 1
        • Manuscript drafts of the first novel, The Judas Flesh (3 folders of legal pads and notebooks)Box 2, Folder 1
        • Take Down the Sun Notebooks for Part I, i-v, vi-viii, ix-x & revisionsBox 2, Folder 1
      • Take Down the Sun trilogy : Prose AII & IIIBox 3, Folder 1
        • Manuscript drafts with revisionsBox 3, Folder 1
        • Typescript with corrections 242pp.Box 3, Folder 1
        • Typescript with corrections, sent to A.D. Peters in 1971. 420pp.Box 3, Folder 1
      • Prose B: The Judas Flesh, typescript with corrections, 420pp.Box 4, Folder 1
      • Prose C: Late June A, later called Temporary InfantBox 4, Folder 2
        • An English-American Childhood, 1930-1944. 177pp.Box 4, Folder 2
        • Manuscript draft, July, 1972, 75pp. in notebook.Box 4, Folder 2
        • Typescript, with corrections, 195pp.Box 4, Folder 2
      • Prose D: Taliesin, a novel, 1978, typescript, 168pp.Box 4, Folder 3
      • Prose E: TaliesinBox 5, Folder 1
        • Notebook, “Inscriptions” cannibalized for early draftsBox 5, Folder 1
        • Typescript draft, March, 1978, with corrections, 94pp.Box 5, Folder 1
        • Typescript, 2nd draft, March, 1978, with corrections and loose notes, 132pp.Box 5, Folder 1
      • Prose F: The Blind Cross, a children's novel, Manuscript on legal padsBox 5, Folder 2
      • The Blind Cross, or Alan of ArneyBox 6, Folder 1
        • Typescript in notebook, 218pp.; manuscript notes and 2nd draftBox 6, Folder 1
        • Proof copy, with corrections, from Andre Deutsch, 1969Box 6, Folder 1
      • Prose G: Green Phoenix, a novel, 1975Box 7, Folder 1
        • Manuscript drafts, 1964-1968 (4 notebooks)Box 7, Folder 1
        • Manuscript on loose legal paper - drafts; typescript drafts with loose notes, 108pp.+; typescript carbon in notebook, 108pp.Box 7, Folder 1
      • Prose G: GREEN PHOENIX cont.Box 8, Folder 1
        • Typescript with corrections, 155pp., 1975Box 8, Folder 1
        • Typescript photocopy, 310pp, 2 copies, 1977Box 8, Folder 1
      • Prose H: Nine, a novel for children; summer, 1976Box 8, Folder 2
        • Typescript with corrections, draft, 151pp.Box 8, Folder 2
        • Calendar pages marked with writing progress, nine daysBox 8, Folder 2
        • First drafts on legal paperBox 8, Folder 2
        • The Death of Mr. Ames, pp. 135–141, revisionBox 8, Folder 2
      • Prose I: Miscellaneous typescriptsBox 9, Folder 1
        • “A Cage to Keep Secrets”. Typescript. Published in Contempora.Box 9, Folder 1
        • Adaptation of Humpty-Dumpty incident from Through the Looking-Glass, played at Emory.Box 9, Folder 1
        • Easter play script, performed, Church of the Holy Spirit, Gambier, Ohio.Box 9, Folder 1
        • Three lectures, typescript. “The Age of Johnson”. Given at Kenyon, Concordia (Montreal), Emory.Box 9, Folder 1
        • Essay, Fine Arts, “Darkness Invisible”, publ. in The Mediterranean ReviewBox 9, Folder 1
        • Mark: The Lords of No-Man's Land, typescript and notes.Box 9, Folder 1
      • Prose J: The Love Letters of Peter Print, a novella written in Cornwall in 1950. Two typescripts, page of manuscript.Box 9, Folder 2
      • Prose K: Four short stories. Williamsburg, 1979. Typed drafts with many correctionsBox 9, Folder 3
        • “French Leave”, published in The William and Mary Review.Box 9, Folder 3
        • “Smoke”Box 9, Folder 3
        • “Suffer the Little Horses”Box 9, Folder 3
        • "When in the Rhineland"Box 9, Folder 3
      • Prose L: Fragments and vocabulary. 1969-1970. 52pp.Box 9, Folder 4
      • Prose M: Notes and quotations from general reading. 1955-1970. 88pp.Box 9, Folder 5
      • Bookpack: 1978 notebook for drafts of poems, containing most of the poems written from 1978-1981, together with notes and some journal entries (Atlanta, Williamsburg, North Georgia, Cornwall, Gethsemani).Box 9, Folder 6
      • Drafts of poems, manuscript and typescriptBox 9, Folder 7
        • “Rain the Color of a Certain Stone”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Driving Through Butterflies in Kentucky”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Adding Distance to Absence”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Bathsheba Come Morning”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Miss Medusa”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Winter, North Ohio, Edge of Morning”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Boy Shooting in the Woods (Harvest)”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Blues for John Lennon”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Shute…Sometime he caught the world's edge with his eye”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Geese on the Genesee”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Flurry”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Rounding Out the Square”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Reader, I Married Him…”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Emanuel”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Evasions”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Nothing Simple”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Cock Robin”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Servants”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Birdless”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Osprey”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Agua Oculta Y Clara”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Fort Blakely (Merriam Poems)”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “That whistle, knife, and whetstone in the night”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Stonewall Jackson and the Dead Children of Atlanta”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Quarry”Box 9, Folder 7
        • “Coming Into the Clearing”Box 9, Folder 7
    • Working Notebooks
      • 1972-1974, 143pp., drafts of poems, notes, drawings, plans, travel notes.Box 10, Folder 1
      • 1975-1976, 94pp., drafts of poems, incl. Barbados poems, travel sketches (Mississippi, Barbados, San Francisco).Box 10, Folder 2
      • 1977, 90pp., poems, chiefly “Capricci”, drawings, notes (summer at Hambidge, North Georgia).Box 10, Folder 3
    • Poetry
      • A. Early collections, 1950-1955; books made and illustrated by Mott with drawings and photographs.Box 10, Folder 4
        • Tragedy, 1952, 14pp., 2 ink drawings.Box 10, Folder 4
        • Historie, 1952, 10pp., 2 ink drawings.Box 10, Folder 4
        • Comedie, 1952, 9pp.Box 10, Folder 4
        • "Acropolis", 1955, 46pp., drawing on cover.Box 10, Folder 4
        • Later Poems, 1955, 16pp., 3 ink drawings.Box 10, Folder 4
        • King David, 1955, 27pp., a verse drama for voices in one act, 1 ink drawing.Box 10, Folder 4
        • Individual poemsBox 10, Folder 4
            Scope and Contents: "Doggerel Monday", "The Labyrinth of Knossos", "Extract from a Danish Newspaper", "The Chronicles of Sprat"
        • Essay, “Two Sides of the Human Face”, 1953, 3pp.Box 10, Folder 4
      • B. “Piero di Cosimo”. Parts of this poem published in The Kenyon Review, Outposts, The Georgia Review. Drafts & corrected typescript, 1956-1976, 50pp.Box 10, Folder 5
      • C. Early drafts of poems of the 1970s, 30pp., corrected.Box 10, Folder 6
      • D. Collection, Islanders, Inflanders, 1970, 41pp.Box 10, Folder 7
      • E. Notes and draft poems, Atlanta, 1969.Box 10, Folder 8
      • F. Collection, The Defeat of Names, 1961-1968, 54pp.Box 10, Folder 9
      • G. Circe and Her Lovers, 1973, 50pp. corrected.Box 10, Folder 10
      • H. “Homages”, group of poems, 1970-1971, Atlanta, drafts and corrected typescript.Box 10, Folder 11
      • I. Early drafts of poems, 1964-1976, 100pp.+Box 11, Folder 1
      • J. Drafts for Capricci I, 1977, 24pp., typescript, notes & revised drafts.Box 11, Folder 2
      • K. Capricci I, typescript, 24pp. and Capricci II, typescript, 20pp, 1977.Box 11, Folder 3
      • L. Drafts of poems, 1978-1980, 60pp. “Deathmask of a Poet”; poems from Pyder Hundred.Box 11, Folder 4
      • M. Poetry collectionsBox 11, Folder 5
        • Silent Trade, 1972, 40pp.Box 11, Folder 5
        • Silent Trade, 1974, 53pp.Box 11, Folder 5
        • The Carrion on the Plain, 1975, 98pp., photocopy.Box 11, Folder 5
        • A Wake for Earth and Water, 1977, 80pp., photocopy.Box 11, Folder 5
      • N. Absence of Unicorns, Presence of Lions, Boston, Little, Brown & Co., 1976.Box 12, Folder 1
      • The Letters, Manuscript book with poems. Corrected proof pages, 60pp. Typescript with editor's and printer's marks, 101pp.Box 12, Folder 2
      • Lightyear poems, drafts & typescript, 20pp.; first published in Poetry, 1973.Box 12, Folder 3
      • The Letters poems, 50pp., drafts & corrected typescript.Box 12, Folder 4
      • The Unpeaceable Kingdom poems, 50pp., drafts & corrected typescript.Box 12, Folder 5
      • “Cold Harbor”; “Shiloh”; “Woman and the Sea” drafts.Box 12, Folder 6
    • Journals, 1952-1955
      • May 14, 1952-June 14, 1953Box 13, Volume 1
      • June 19, 1953-October 16, 1953Box 13, Volume 2
      • October 17, 1953-October 3, 1954Box 13, Volume 3
      • “Italian”, overlap, September 10 - November 4, 1954Box 13, Volume 4
      • “Italian II”, November 13/23, 1954Box 13, Volume 5
      • Overlap–general notes on exhibitions, poems, etc., October 22, 1954-November 23, 1955Box 13, Volume 6
      • “Mediterranian, Castel del Monte to Petra”, November 23, 1954-January 12, 1955Box 13, Volume 7
      • Notebook, red, notes on Israel, January, 1955Box 13, Volume 8
    • Journals, 1961-1966
      • March 1, 1961-April 8, 1962Box 13, Volume 9
      • May 2, 1962-December 31, 1962Box 13, Volume 10
      • January 1, 1963-August 17, 1964Box 13, Volume 11
      • August 29, 1964-October 17, 1965Box 13, Volume 12
      • October 17, 1965-June 14, 1966Box 13, Volume 13
    • Journals, America, 1966-1979
      • August 19, 1966-June 29, 1968Box 14, Volume 14
      • July 17, 1968-November 19, 1969Box 14, Volume 15
      • November 19, 1969-February 25, 1972Box 14, Volume 16
      • May 4, 1972-May 5, 1974Box 14, Volume 17
      • May 6, 1974-August 17, 1976Box 14, Volume 18
      • August 6, 1976-June 5, 1979Box 14, Volume 19
    • Helmet and Wasps
      • CorrespondenceBox 15, Folder 1
      • Two notebooks with rough drafts; working title: “Still Life: Helmet and Wasps” Miscellaneous “abandoned” pages, 65pp.Box 15, Folder 2
      • Typescripts with corrections: A. 207pp. B. 252pp. C. 250pp. D. 207pp.Box 15, Folder 3
    • The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1984.
      • Corrected galleys. 571pp.Box 16, Folder 1
    • Letters Written at Low Tide or Letters Written Between the Tides. Begun in 1956, also referred to as Love Letters of Peter Print.
      • Revised draft, Corday (Washington, D.C., Beacham Publishing, 1986).Box 17, Folder 1
      • Copy drafts; begun, 1978, Atlanta and Hambidge Center, Georgia, but revised and rewritten in April, 1986, Williamsburg, Virginia.Box 17, Folder 2
      • Preface, contents, sketches, jacket design; 1986.Box 17, Folder 3
      • Typescript with revisions; Capricci I; Capricci II.Box 17, Folder 4
      • Revised typescript; miscellaneous pages. Setting copy.Box 17, Folder 5
    • Reviews and articles
      • Daniel Mark Epstein, The Book of FortuneBox 17, Folder 6
      • Ian Hamilton, Robert Lowell: A Biography, reviewed for The Baltimore Sun.Box 17, Folder 7
      • Introduction to Ambrose Bierce, Battle Sketches of the American Civil War.Box 17, Folder 8
    • Additional Manuscripts?
      • The Blind Man and the Mirror, working papers, 1988-1989.Box 17, Folder 9
      • The Carrion on the Plain, 1977.Box 17, Folder 10
      • A Wake for Earth and Water, 1977.Box 17, Folder 11
      • Roads In the Presence of the Place Not Seeing for LookingBox 17, Folder 12
      • Autobiographical Essay (Gale Publishing, 1988). Drafts, 1987.Box 17, Folder 13
  • Poetry 1980-1989
    • The Defeat of Names. London, 1963-64.Box 18, Folder 1
    • Homestead. Hambidge Center, GA., 1978.Box 18, Folder 2
    • Brynytha. Gethsemani, 1980.Box 18, Folder 3
    • Chimbarazo. Richmond, VA, 1980.Box 18, Folder 4
    • Stendhal's Miss Appleby. Ohio, 1980.Box 18, Folder 5
    • Roads. Louisville, OH, 1980-81.Box 18, Folder 6
    • Loblolly. Ohio, 1981.Box 18, Folder 7
    • Burying the Dead for Braxton Bragg. Louisville, 1981.Box 18, Folder 8
    • Letters to Demetrius. Gethsemani, 1981.Box 18, Folder 9
    • Tarn. Ohio, 1981.Box 18, Folder 10
    • Herbstlied. Ohio, 1982.Box 18, Folder 11
    • Mozambique. Ohio, 1982.Box 18, Folder 12
    • Catalan. Ohio, 1982.Box 18, Folder 13
    • Autodidactic. Ohio, 1982.Box 18, Folder 14
    • Deermice. Ohio and Western NY state, 1983.Box 18, Folder 15
    • Cabin Between Creeks. Ohio, 1983.Box 18, Folder 16
    • Four River Songs. Ohio, 1983.Box 18, Folder 17
    • Driving Through the Wilderness... Williamsburg, 1986.Box 18, Folder 18
    • Dongo. Ohio, 1987.Box 18, Folder 19
    • Wolsey. Ohio, 1987.Box 18, Folder 20
    • Evening in Ferrara. Ohio, 1987.Box 18, Folder 21
    • Nsangweni Cave Paintings--Trance. Ohio, 1987.Box 18, Folder 22
    • Black Flowers. Boy. In the Prague Botanical Gardens.Box 18, Folder 23
    • Motto. Prague, New Mexico, 1988.Box 18, Folder 24
    • For Georg Trakl. Pennsylvania, 1988.Box 18, Folder 25
    • Bird Journeys. Ohio, 1988-89.Box 18, Folder 26
    • Coming Up the Other Side of the Island. 1988.Box 18, Folder 27
  • Correspondence with various writers, 1967-1988
    • Abse, Dannie. 1982. 2pp.Box 18, Folder 28
    • Adcock, Betty. 1975-1977. 12pp.Box 18, Folder 29
    • Andrews, Faith. 1984-1985. 5pp.Box 18, Folder 30
    • Barks, Coleman. 1973-1976. 2pp.Box 18, Folder 31
    • Bayes, Ron. 1984. 5pp.Box 18, Folder 32
    • Bergman, David. 1978. 5pp. incl. poems.Box 18, Folder 33
    • Bottoms, David. 1976-1978. 3pp.Box 18, Folder 34
    • Brock, Van. 1978-1985. 35pp., incl. poems; also The Window; poems published by the Baylor School, 1984, 29pp.Box 18, Folder 35
    • Browne, Michael Dennis. 1974-1975. 4pp., incl. poem.Box 18, Folder 36
    • Bush, Douglas. 1967. 1p.Box 18, Folder 37
    • Cairns, Scott. 1983-1984. 6pp., incl. poems.Box 18, Folder 38
    • Cassity, Turner. 1984-1986. 7pp.Box 18, Folder 39
    • Chappell, Fred. 1987. 1p.Box 18, Folder 40
    • Coleman, Mary Ann. 1975. 11pp., incl. poems.Box 18, Folder 41
    • Corseri, Gari. 1978-1989. 34pp., incl. poems.Box 18, Folder 42
    • Davenport, Guy. 1988. 7pp.Box 18, Folder 43
    • Davidson, Avram. 1978. 2pp.Box 18, Folder 44
    • Day, Robert. 1972-1977. 3pp.Box 18, Folder 45
    • Deagon, Ann. 1977-1988. 26pp., incl. poems.Box 18, Folder 46
    • Driskell, Leon. 1984. 4pp., incl. poem.Box 18, Folder 47
    • Ellis, Gene. 1984-1986. 10pp., incl. poems.Box 18, Folder 48
    • Epstein, Daniel Mark. 1976-1988. 28pp.Box 18, Folder 49
    • Ferril, Thomas Hornsby. 1967-1981. 2pp.Box 18, Folder 50
    • Folly, Dennis Wilson. 1974-? 7pp., incl. poems.Box 18, Folder 51
    • Friar, Kimon. 1968. 1p.Box 18, Folder 52
    • Garrett, George. 1981-1983. 4pp.Box 18, Folder 53
    • Ghigna, Charles. 1976-1982. 7pp.Box 18, Folder 54
    • Glazer, Joe. 1985-1986. 13pp., incl. poems.Box 18, Folder 55
    • Gregor, Arthur. 1971. 1p.Box 18, Folder 56
    • Gunn, Thom. 1981. 1p.Box 18, Folder 57
    • Hall, Donald. 1984-1985. 3pp.Box 18, Folder 58
    • Harper, Michael. 1973-1975. 2pp.Box 18, Folder 59
    • Hopkins, Adam. 1977. 15pp., incl. poems.Box 18, Folder 60
    • Horovitz, Mike. 1976-1978. 8pp.Box 18, Folder 61
    • Hughes, Glyn. 1968-1969. 3pp.Box 18, Folder 62
    • Johnson, David. 1978-1985. 6pp.Box 18, Folder 63
    • Kelly, Robert. 1967-1976. 4pp.Box 18, Folder 64
    • Kennedy, X. J. 1982. 2pp.Box 18, Folder 65
    • Kiely, Ben. 1986-1988. 16pp.Box 18, Folder 66
    • Kizer, Carolyn. 1976-1977. 4pp.Box 18, Folder 67
    • Kostelanetz, Richard. 1977. 1p.Box 18, Folder 68
    • Kumin, Maxine. 1980. 1p.Box 18, Folder 69
    • Lax, Robert. 1983-1988. 22pp., incl. poems. see also Box 58Box 19, Folder 1
    • Lehmann, John. 1977. 2pp.Box 19, Folder 2
    • Levendosky, Charles. 1974. 2pp.Box 19, Folder 3
    • Lowell, Robert. 1965. 2pp.Box 19, Folder 4
    • Luschei, Glenna. 1975. 2pp.Box 19, Folder 5
    • Macauley, Robie. 1970-1977. 13pp. see also Box 58Box 19, Folder 6
    • McCann, Richard. 1977. 1p.Box 19, Folder 7
    • Manley, Frank. 1972-1983. 41pp., incl. poems.Box 19, Folder 8
    • Meredith, Bill. 1979. 1p.Box 19, Folder 9
    • Merriman, Eve. 1970. 5pp., incl. poems.Box 19, Folder 10
    • Mewshaw, Michael. 1972-1973. 4pp.Box 19, Folder 11
    • Milosz, Czeslaw. 1982-1983. 5pp., incl. photo of MiloszBox 19, Folder 12
    • Moffitt, John. 1984-1987. 12pp. See also Box 58, (General Correspondence M)Box 19, Folder 13
    • Montgomery, Marion. 1971. 1p.Box 19, Folder 14
    • Moore, Richard. 1970. 1p.Box 19, Folder 15
    • Moose, Ruth. 1978. 3pp., incl. poem.Box 19, Folder 16
    • Nathan, Leonard. n.d. 3pp.Box 19, Folder 17
    • Nye, Robert. 1966-1986. 19pp.Box 19, Folder 18
    • Peters, Robert. 1973-1974. 5pp.Box 19, Folder 19
    • Ramsey, Paul. 1977. 1p.Box 19, Folder 20
    • Rubin, Larry. 1969-1984. 22pp.Box 19, Folder 21
    • Sarton, May. 1972-? 4pp.Box 19, Folder 22
    • Seaton, Esta. 1973. 8pp., incl. poems.Box 19, Folder 23
    • Sellors, Bettie. 1985-1987. 29pp., incl. poems.Box 19, Folder 24
    • Skelton, Robin. 1968. 2pp.Box 19, Folder 25
    • Smith, R.T. n.d. 9pp., incl. poems.Box 19, Folder 26
    • Stallworthy, Jon. 1968-1976. 5pp.Box 19, Folder 27
    • Stokes, Barbara. n.d. 2pp.Box 19, Folder 28
    • Stone, John. 1972-1983. 3pp.Box 19, Folder 29
    • Stryk, Lucian. 1987. 1p.Box 19, Folder 30
    • Stuart, Dabney. 1968-1974. 2pp.Box 19, Folder 31
    • Tarn, Nathaniel. 1973. 1p.Box 19, Folder 32
    • Thayler, Carl. 1969-1983. 29pp., incl. poems.Box 19, Folder 33
    • Thompson, Jeannie. 1977-1984. 28pp., incl. poems.Box 19, Folder 34
    • Wilbur, Richard. 1980. 1p.Box 19, Folder 35
    • Wiley, Bell. 1973-1975. 2pp.Box 19, Folder 36
    • Williams, Jonathan. 1984. 2pp.Box 19, Folder 37
    • Zucker, Jack. 1973-1976. 16pp.Box 19, Folder 38
  • Correspondence with publishers, 1956-1988
    • MONKEY BAND. 1986-1987. 27pp. Incl.: Georges Borchardt, Inc.; A.D. Peters & Co.; Farrar, Straus & Giroux; Atheneum.Box 19, Folder 39
    • Correspondence: Poems. 1954-1988. 285pp.Box 19, Folder 40
    • Absence of Unicorns, Presence of Lions. 1973-1978. 46pp. Incl.: Little, Brown & Co.Box 20, Folder 1
    • The Blind Cross. 1967-1985. 14pp. A.D. Peters; Harold Matson Co.; Andre Deutsch; Delacorte Press.Box 20, Folder 2
    • Corday. 1981-1988. 131pp. Incl. Beacham Publ.Box 20, Folder 3
    • Counting the Grasses. 978-1987. 72pp. Incl. Anhinga Press, Florida State University, c/o Van Brock.Box 20, Folder 4
    • Green Phoenix. 1962-1977. 20pp. Incl. Macmillan; A.D. Peters; Andre Deutsch; Little, Brown.Box 20, Folder 5
    • Helmet and Wasps. 1963-1975. 50pp. Incl. A.D. Peters; Andre Deutsch; Houghton Mifflin.Box 20, Folder 6
    • The Judas Flesh. 1963-1977. 36pp. Incl. A.D. Peters.Box 20, Folder 7
    • Late June A. 1973-1988. 19pp. Incl. A.D. Peters; University of Iowa Press.Box 20, Folder 8
    • Master Entrick. 1963-1985. 28pp. Incl. A.D. Peters; Andre Deutsch.Box 20, Folder 9
    • The Notebooks of Susan Berry. 1959-1986. 79pp. Incl. Andre Deutsch; Macmillan; W.W. Norton.Box 20, Folder 10
    • The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1978-1986. 54pp. Incl. Harold Matson; A.D. Peters; Houghton Mifflin.Box 20, Folder 11
    • General publishing correspondence. 1956-1988. 170pp. Including A.D. Peters; Andre Deutsch; Little, Brown; Harold Matson; The Research Co.; Sheldon Press; University of Georgia Review.Box 20, Folder 12
      • Re: Guggenheim Fellowship. 1979-1988. 11pp. Pamphlet: John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, Fellowships, United States of America and Canada, 1980. 26pp. Recipients, incl. Michael Mott.Box 20, Folder 12
      • Fan mail. 1959-1988. 89pp.Box 20, Folder 12
  • Michael Mott Portfolios, Journals, and Manuscripts
    • Portfolios
        Scope and Contents: These portfolios contain excerpted pages, news clippings, dust jackets and occasional misc. correspondence.
      • I. Published poetry to 1976. 38pp.+ II.Box 20, Folder 13
      • II. Published prose fiction–novels, children's novels, activities to 1976. 29pp.Box 20, Folder 14
      • III. Published short fiction–short stories, reviews, etc. to 1976. 32pp.+ Above portfolios contain excerpted pages, news clippings, dust jackets and occasional misc. correspondence.Box 20, Folder 15
    • Journals
      • Sixth American journal. August 7, 1976-June 6, 1979.Box 21, Folder 1
      • Seventh American journal. August 28, 1979-October 10, 1980.Box 21, Folder 2
      • Eighth American journal. November 11, 1980-June 12, 1980.Box 21, Folder 3
      • Ninth American journal. June 14, 1982-February 24, 1984.Box 21, Folder 4
      • Tenth American journal. February 24, 1984-January 28, 1987.Box 22, Folder 1
      • Eleventh American journal. January 30, 1987-July 5, 1988.Box 22, Folder 2
      • Daybook. 1983-1986. Drafts of poems, notes, pencil sketches of Swaziland (summer, 1985), rooftop, Washington, D.C., etc.Box 22, Folder 3
      • Daybook. 1981-1982. Drafts of poems and notes.Box 23, Folder 1
      • Piero di Cosimo. Working papers, started in 1956, finished in 1986.Box 23, Folder 2
      • Magazines in which three parts of the four have been published: Kenyon Review (vol. xxvii #4, Autumn, 1965); Georgia Review (vol. xxx #2, Summer, 1976); Outposts (no. 100, Spring, 1974).Box 23, Folder 3
      • The Pierced Quilt. Notebook. 1980 project.Box 23, Folder 4
      • The Half Brave and Other Mysteries. 1980. Typescript. 63pp.Box 23, Folder 5
      • Images and Mage. Notebook. 1954?Box 23, Folder 6
      • Portfolio of early published work. Reviews, poems, etc., 1957-1962.Box 23, Folder 7
    • Manuscripts
      • MONKEY BANDBox 24, Folder 1
        • Holograph first draftsBox 24, Folder 1
        • Spiral notebooks, second draftBox 24, Folder 1
        • Revisions on typed drafts. 197pp. 176pp.Box 24, Folder 1
        • Third draft. Top copy. 1988. 176pp. In folders by chapters.Box 24, Folder 1
    • Poetry
      • Poetry written before 1953. 101pp. Including contents list.Box 25, Folder 1
      • Poetry and Dramatic Verse. 1950-1958; 1960-1963.Box 25, Folder 2
      • Unpublished poetry. Book I. 1966-1970. 108pp.Box 25, Folder 3
      • Unpublished poetry. Book II. 1970-1976. 193pp.Box 25, Folder 4
      • Unpublished poetry. Book III. 1976-1986. 80pp.Box 25, Folder 5
      • Tape Recordings. Poetry reading SUNY Buffalo, Summer Session, 1968.Box 25, Folder 6
      • CassettesBox 25, Folder 7
        • Reading Mott Poems, March 5, 1973, Atlanta, GA.Box 25, Folder 7
        • Reading Mott with Don Willcox and James Caley, musician,Box 25, Folder 7
        • Frog and Owl, North Carolina, July 10, 1978.Box 25, Folder 7
        • Mott reading poems, Columbus College, GA, May 23, 1977.Box 25, Folder 7
        • Mott reading Yeats, Thomas, Neruda, Seferis, etc.Box 25, Folder 7
        • Mott reading Logue's Patrocleia, etc.Box 25, Folder 7
        • Mott reading poems, NYCC, March 25, 1981.Box 25, Folder 7
        • Mott reading poems, Bellarmine College, Louisville, February 21, 1980.Box 25, Folder 7
    • Manuscripts Continued?
      • The Notebooks of Susan Berry. The five original notebooks, with the beginning of Helmet and Wasps.Box 26, Folder 1
      • Master Entrick. Setting copy and some of the original manuscript. Research notes for the book.Box 26, Folder 2
      • A Way to the World's End. A complete copy of a novel on bohemian London written in the mid-1950s, but not published. (page numbering is irregular)Box 26, Folder 3
      • Tomorrow's General. Complete, typed, corrected copy of unpublished science fiction novel written in 1965.Box 26, Folder 4
      • The Tales of Idiots and New Exile. Typescript of 1953, corrected for printer in 1962. Pasteup, etc. Blocks for illustrations.Box 27, Folder 1
      • The Dust of Summer. First draft (134pp.) of an unpublished, unfinished, novel about Prouts Neck, Maine, in the 1940s. Written with a typewriter that did not print caps, in Cornwall, 1952.Box 27, Folder 2
  • Reading notebooks
    • 1949-1950. Army, Shorncliffe Camp, and Oxford.Box 27, Folder 3
    • 1951-1952. London and Cornwall.Box 27, Folder 4
    • 1951-1954.Box 27, Folder 5
  • Diaries
    • September, 1944-April, 1945. August-September, 1948. France, with two letters home and loose sheet from notebook.Box 27, Folder 6
    • September, 1944-April, 1945. March-April, 1951. France.Box 27, Folder 7
    • September 1944-April 1945; 1948; 1953; 1954. All with short entries.Box 27, Folder 8
    • September 1944-April 1945. Daybook, August 1954.Box 27, Folder 9
  • Papers
    • Articles
      • “Afro-American Music”, given to Symposium Society, Stowe.Box 27, Folder 10
      • “Expansion of Europe” I, Oriel College, Oxford, 1950.Box 27, Folder 11
      • “Expansion of Europe” II, Oriel College, Oxford, 1950.Box 27, Folder 12
      • “Blood Moon in Ascent”, prose poetry. October 1, 1952.Box 27, Folder 13
      • Drafts of poem “The Coat”. 1962.Box 27, Folder 14
      • “Pleasures and People” column by MM in The Liberal News, April-May, 1961.Box 27, Folder 15
      • “Why not start your own art collection?”Box 27, Folder 16
      • “The superlative work of Camus.”Box 27, Folder 17
      • “Men are like icebergs.”Box 27, Folder 18
  • Short Stories of the 1950s (some 1960s) News. 1957.
    • What Not. Drafts. Unfinished.Box 28, Folder 1
    • The Student and the Major. 1956.Box 28, Folder 2
    • The Day of the Storm. 1954.Box 28, Folder 3
    • The Convoy. 1954?Box 28, Folder 4
    • The Puppet Show. 1953.Box 28, Folder 5
    • Poor lovers. ?Box 28, Folder 6
    • “Eyes” ?Box 28, Folder 7
    • John Henry. 1959?Box 28, Folder 8
    • The Fly. 1955.Box 28, Folder 9
    • A Song Out of Season. ?Box 28, Folder 10
    • The Clayte Baths' Scheme. 1953.Box 28, Folder 11
    • Death of a Sparrow. ?Box 28, Folder 12
    • Monsieur Cange. 1962.Box 28, Folder 13
    • A Distressing Affair. 1957.Box 28, Folder 14
    • My Friend Beeston. ?Box 28, Folder 15
    • A Girl in a Green Dress. 1956. Revised, 1961.Box 28, Folder 16
    • Cold. 1960.Box 28, Folder 17
    • Sense of Humor. 1953.Box 28, Folder 18
    • Death of Gaulington Darcy Hunter. 1956.Box 28, Folder 19
    • Before Dawn. 1952.Box 28, Folder 20
    • Signs of the Times. Drafts. 1959. Unfinished.Box 28, Folder 21
    • The ‘Coming-of-Age’ Party. 1953. Unfinished.Box 28, Folder 22
    • In the Corridor. 1954.Box 28, Folder 23
    • The Cathedral. 1952? Unfinished.Box 28, Folder 24
    • Two Floors. Drafts. Unfinished.Box 28, Folder 25
    • You Won't Be Able. Drafts. Unfinished.Box 28, Folder 26
    • The Letter I left. Drafts. Unfinished.Box 28, Folder 27
    • The Winter Bird. Drafts. 1952. Unfinished.Box 28, Folder 28
  • Short Stories and Articles of the 1960s to 1980s
    • The Girl Who Went by the Book. 1982.Box 28, Folder 29
    • Ellen-Ellen. 1971?Box 28, Folder 30
    • French Leave. 1979. Published.Box 28, Folder 31
    • Perry. 1971?Box 28, Folder 32
    • Motives for Mutilation. 1972.Box 28, Folder 33
    • Musk Oxen Remembered. 1971?Box 28, Folder 34
    • The Links. 1971?Box 28, Folder 35
    • Afternoon of a Potter. 1977.Box 28, Folder 36
  • Essays
    • The Dodo or Crisis. vol. I, no. 1. Oriel College, Oxford, 1951. All contents by editor.Box 28, Folder 37
      • Two Sides of the Face. 1952?Box 28, Folder 37
      • A Golden Shaddow (Gibbon). 1956? Unfinished.Box 28, Folder 37
      • A Grief Too Great. 1956? Unfinished.Box 28, Folder 37
      • The Outsider and After. 1957? Unfinished.Box 28, Folder 37
      • Andrea del Castagna. 1956? Unfinished.Box 28, Folder 37
      • The Story Behind the Pictures. 1962. Notes for: List Two, List Three, List Four. Goya, Family of Charles IV, Velazquez, the Rokeby Venus, Gauguin, Portrait of Van Gogh, Holbein, Portrait of Anne of Cleves.Box 28, Folder 37
      • Paintings That Have Inspired Poems. Talk given at Old Dominion University, September 28, 1978.Box 28, Folder 37
    • A Way to the Castle. Novella. Carbon copy with corrections. Written in Cornwall in one day ( 1955?) about Leas House School. 85pp.Box 28, Folder 38
    • Log of a Man Drowning. Novel. Notebooks and typed pages. Complete in draft. 1969. Gambier, Ohio.Box 28, Folder 39
    • MiscellaneousBox 28, Folder 40
      • Whips and Scorpions. Review. 1956? 1p.Box 28, Folder 40
      • The Server. Play about Milton's daughter. 4pp. 1952?Box 28, Folder 40
      • Unfinished. Some connections with later novel The Judas Flesh.Box 28, Folder 40
      • Meditations in Time of Plague. 1963. Notes for play for voices on B.B.C.Box 28, Folder 40
      • The Murdered Light. 1961? Drafts for a novel about two recluse brothers.Box 28, Folder 40
  • Periodical issues containing Mott's poems or reviews
    • Adena. v.6, no. 1, spring, 1981.Box 29, Folder 1
    • Andover Review. spring, 1974; fall, 1974; fall, 1975.Box 29, Folder 2
    • Arion. v. 7, no. 1, spring, 1968.Box 29, Folder 3
    • Bits. 7, January, 1978.Box 29, Folder 4
    • Book of Pictures. 1962.Box 29, Folder 5
    • Caesura. no. 3, winter/spring, 1986.Box 29, Folder 6
    • Cairn. v. 15, 1978-1979; v. 20, 1983-1984.Box 29, Folder 7
    • Cold Mountain Review. no. 2, 1974; no. 3, 1975; no. 5, 1977.Box 29, Folder 8
    • Colorado Quarterly. spring, 1968.Box 29, Folder 9
    • Dalhouse Review. spring, 1973.Box 29, Folder 10
    • Dekalb Literary Arts Journal. v. 6, no. 1.Box 29, Folder 11
    • Denver Quarterly. v. 14, no. 2, summer, 1979.Box 29, Folder 12
    • Devil's Millhopper. spring, 1980.Box 29, Folder 13
    • Eclectic. no. 4, 1970.Box 29, Folder 14
    • Encounter. no. 211, April, 1971; no. 217, October, 1971; no. 231, December, 1972.Box 29, Folder 15
    • Fiddlehead. no. 68, summer, 1966; no. 69, fall, 1966; no. 71, spring, 1967; no. 72, summer, 1967.Box 29, Folder 16
    • Georgia Review. v. 25, no. 1, spring, 1971; v. 28, no. 2, summer, 1974; v. 29, no. 2, summer, 1975.Box 29, Folder 17
    • Green River Review. v. 10, no. 3, 1979.Box 29, Folder 18
    • Hampton-Sydney Poetry Review. winter, 1977; summer, 1978.Box 29, Folder 19
    • Hanging Loose. no. 25, winter 1975-1976.Box 29, Folder 20
    • International Poetry Review. v. 5, no. 1, spring, 1979; v. 6, no. 1, spring, 1980.Box 30, Folder 1
    • Iowa Review. v. 11, no. 1, winter, 1980.Box 30, Folder 2
    • Kentucky Poetry Review. v. 18, no. 1, spring, 1982; v. 20 no. 2, fall, 1984; v. 21 no. 1, spring/summer, 1985.Box 30, Folder 3
    • Kenyon Review. v. 26 no. 2, spring, 1964. N.S. v. 10 no. 2, spring, 1988.Box 30, Folder 4
    • Maxy's Journal. no. 1, 1978; no. 3, 1979.Box 30, Folder 5
    • Minnesota Review. no. 3 & 4, 1969.Box 30, Folder 6
    • Mississippi Review. v. 4 no. 2, 1975.Box 30, Folder 7
    • Missouri Review v. 3 no. 1, fall, 1979; v. 7 no. 1, fall, 1983.Box 30, Folder 8
    • New Directions. no. 42.Box 30, Folder 9
    • Our Only Hope Is Humor: Some Public Poems. 1972.Box 30, Folder 10
    • Outposts. no. 78, autumn, 1968; no. 88, spring, 1971; no. 89, summer, 1971; no. 106, autumn, 1975; no. 112, spring, 1977.Box 30, Folder 11
    • Partisan Review. v. 52 no. 3, 1985.Box 30, Folder 12
    • Poem. no. 18, July, 1973.Box 30, Folder 13
    • Poetry. v. 116 no. 1, v. 118 no. 2, v. 120 no. 1, v. 123 no. 1, v. 125 no. 3, v. 127 no. 3 & no. 6, v. 128 no. 1, v. 129 no. 6, v. 134 no. 1; ., 1970-1979Box 30, Folder 14
    • Poets in the South. v. 1 no. 3, 1977-1978; v. 2 no. 2, 1980-1984.Box 30, Folder 15
    • Prairie Schooner. v. 44 no. 3, fall, 1969; v. 46 no. 3, fall, 1972.Box 30, Folder 16
    • Review. v. 17 no. 2, spring, 1979.Box 31, Folder 1
    • Seneca Review. v. 4 no. 1, May, 1973.Box 31, Folder 2
    • Sewanee Review. v. 41 no. 2, spring, 1983; v. 45 no. 4, fall, 1987.Box 31, Folder 3
    • Sidewinder. v. 1 no. 1, spring, 1984.Box 31, Folder 4
    • Southern Review. N.S. v. 7 no. 2, v. 14 no. 1, v. 15 no. 2, v. 19 no. 1, v. 20 no. 2; 1971-1980.Box 31, Folder 5
    • Tar River Poetry. v. 27 no. 2, spring, 1988; v. 28 no. 1, fall, 1988.Box 31, Folder 6
    • Texas Review. v.3 no. 1, spring, 1982.Box 31, Folder 7
    • Trace. no. 72/73, autumn, 1970.Box 31, Folder 8
    • Transatlantic Review. no. 35, spring, 1970.Box 31, Folder 9
    • Triquarterly. no. 11, winter, 1968.Box 31, Folder 10
    • Verse. v. 3 no. 3, November, 1986.Box 31, Folder 11
    • William and Mary Review. v. 20, 1981/82; v. 26, spring, 1988.Box 31, Folder 12
    • Appalachian Journal. v. 3 no. 2, winter, 1976.Box 32, Folder 1
    • Brown's Guide to Georgia. v. 4 no. 1, Jan/Feb., 1976.Box 32, Folder 2
    • A Local Muse 2. May, 1977.Box 32, Folder 3
    • Mediterranean Review. v. 2 no.1, fall, 1971.Box 32, Folder 4
    • National Forum. v. 60 no. 3, summer, 1980.Box 32, Folder 5
    • New Orleans Review. v. 4 no. 3, 1974.Box 32, Folder 6
    • New Virginia Review. no. 78/79, 1979.Box 32, Folder 7
    • Puffin Post.Box 32, Folder 8
    • Selection. autumn, 1962.Box 32, Folder 9
    • America. v. 157 no. 16 & 19, Nov-Dec., 1987.Box 32, Folder 10
    • Contempora. v. 1 no. 1-3, March-August, 1970.Box 32, Folder 11
    • Listener. v. 62 no. 1597, v. 65 no. 1671, v. 67 no. 1730, v. 72 no. 1840, v. 72 no. 1858; 1959-1964.Box 32, Folder 12
    • Pearl. no. 4-5, 1977-78.Box 32, Folder 13
    • Stoic. v. 12 no. 5, July, 1947.Box 32, Folder 14
  • The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton materials
    • Calendar, 1981-1982, with dates of progress on book, etc.Box 33, Folder 1
    • Calendar, 1981-82, with dates of progress on book, etc.Box 33, Folder 2
        Note:  (see * Box 54, folder 14: Calendar for 1983 with Mott's progress on book.
    • Early drafts; introduction, chapter one, misc. pages.Box 33, Folder 3
    • Draft; 450pp.Box 33, Folder 4
    • Proof-reading notes.Box 33, Folder 5
    • First drafts of several sections.Box 33, Folder 6
    • Drafts of interviews, notes on interviews, etc.Box 33, Folder 7
    • Reading notes, etc.; holograph. Miscellaneous notes. 10 pp.Box 33, Folder 8
    • Acknowledgements and Introduction. 19pp.Box 34, Folder 1
    • First four books; Canigou. 439pp.Box 34, Folder 2
    • Mount Purgatory. pp. 515-734.Box 34, Folder 3
    • Mount Olivet. pp. 779–1006.Box 35, Folder 1
    • Mount Kanchenjunga. pp. 1008-1155.Box 35, Folder 2
    • Revisions; loose pages. pp. 450–1250. Complete draft of book, first version.Box 35, Folder 3
    • Revisions; loose pages. pp. 450–1250. Complete draft of book, first version. Where pages do not add from 1–1250, this is because the second version was “catching up”, e.g. the first four books end on page 450 here, page 513 in the second version. Thus the first version Book III (Mount Purgatory) begins on page 515; and so on. (Mott note)Box 35, Folder 4
    • Mount Olivet. Second draft. pp. 779–1021.Box 35, Folder 5
    • Mount Kanchenjunga. Second draft. pp. 1022-1199.Box 35, Folder 6
    • Book I; revisions. pp. 1–251.Box 36, Folder 1
    • The Pasture II; with corrections. pp. 252–504+Box 36, Folder 2
    • Part I; redraft. Canigou, The Calvaire, Brooke Hill. pp. 1–100.Box 36, Folder 3
    • Mount Purgatory. pp. 515–777.Box 36, Folder 4
    • Word processing materials; Datalife minidisks.Box 37, Folder 1
      • A. 0–10; Books I-III; originals.Box 37, Folder 1
      • B. 11–17; Books IV-V; originals.Box 37, Folder 1
      • C. 0–10; Books I-III; duplicates.Box 37, Folder 1
      • D. 11–17; Books IV-V; duplicates.Box 37, Folder 1
      • Print-out processing notes. Print-out.Box 37, Folder 1
    • Publishing correspondence, 1983-1984.Box 38, Folder 1
    • Uncorrected bibliography.Box 38, Folder 2
    • Merton datebook.Box 38, Folder 3
    • Mount Purgatory notebook and drafts.Box 38, Folder 4
    • Notebook.Box 38, Folder 5
    • Early promotion material (correspondence, notes, etc.)Box 38, Folder 6
    • Notes; information and reference.Box 38, Folder 7
    • Loose notes.Box 38, Folder 8
    • Notecards.Box 38, Folder 9
    • Notes, “no longer of value”.Box 38, Folder 10
    • Loose notes, “material still to be checked”.Box 38, Folder 11
    • Revised notes; revision pages with notes.Box 38, Folder 12
    • Miscellaneous material collected for Merton biography, filed alphabetically. 20pp.Box 38, Folder 13
    • Correspondence on Merton project, A-Z. re: publishing book, Merton collections, etc. 1978-1984.Box 39, Folder 1
    • Corrections.Box 40, Folder 1
    • Publicity.Box 40, Folder 2
    • Photographs (7).Box 40, Folder 3
    • Index; author's proofed photocopy.Box 40, Folder 4
    • John Howard Griffin files, 1961-1967 (several folders). Recollections; Griffin's reworking of each year from Thomas Merton's journals.Box 40, Folder 5
    • J.H. Griffin files, 1968.Box 41, Folder 1
    • Griffin's journal with quotations by Thomas Merton; address lists ( 1970); non-Merton material; trustee correspondence.Box 41, Folder 2
    • Griffin misc.; includes Naomi Griffin's inventory of the files.Box 41, Folder 3
    • Chronology for Thomas Merton: Early years; Monastery, 1940-1949; 1950-1956; 1958-1961.Box 41, Folder 4
    • Confidential tapes; transcriptions.Box 41, Folder 5
    • Sister M. Madeleva, My First Seventy Years. 172pp. New York, Macmillan, 1959. photocopy.Box 42, Folder 1
    • Anthony Padovana, The Human Journey; Thomas Merton: Symbol of a Century. Garden City, Doubleday, 1982; photocopy of uncorrected pageproofs. 198pp.Box 42, Folder 2
    • Readings in Merton. A-Z. (several folders)Box 42, Folder 3
    • John Stanley, "The Water Bearer." pp. 1–79.Box 43, Folder 1
    • "The Mertons: Poets, Priests, Painters, Musicians and Pioneers." pp. 1–23. John Stanley's comments on The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. (2 copies)Box 43, Folder 2
    • "Merton by Those Who Knew Him Best"Box 43, Folder 3
        Note::  photocopies of page proofs of individual sections by authors as follows: James Laughlin; Robert Giroux; Lawrence Ferlinghetti; Ernesto Cardenal; Joan Baez; James Forest; Robert Lax; Georges Linieres; John Barber; W.H. Ferry; John Eudes Bamberger; Mary Luke Tobin; Flavian Burns; Jean LeClerq; Richard Loomis; Maurice Flood; The Dalai Lama; Thich Nhat Hanh; Jean Jadot; Rembert G. Weakland.
    • Early correspondence on the biography, incl. Naomi Burton Stone, etc.Box 43, Folder 4
      • Bibliography and index.Box 43, Folder 4
      • Permission letters for illustrations.Box 43, Folder 4
      • Additional photocopies, etc. for "Merton by Those Who Knew Him Best"; title page and editor's foreword. 18 pp.Box 43, Folder 4
    • A-B. Checking notebooks.Box 44, Folder 1
    • C-D. Notebooks on Griffin files.Box 44, Folder 2
    • E. Early notebook, Merton reading, journals, etc.Box 44, Folder 3
    • F. Reading notebook, conjectures, etc.Box 44, Folder 4
    • G. Reading notebook, literary essays, etc.Box 44, Folder 5
    • Thomas Merton, The Seven Storey Mountain. New York, Harcourt, Brace, 1948. Copy cut apart, pages pasted into two blank notebooks, annotated heavily with Mott's notes.Box 44, Folder 6
      • I. pp. 3–67.Box 44, Folder 6
      • II. pp. 68–130. no annotations.Box 44, Folder 6
    • setting pages, corrected.Box 45, Folder 1
    • setting pages, corrected.Box 45, Folder 2
    • I-III. pp. 1–159.Box 45, Folder 3
    • IV. The Pasture. pp. 160–365.Box 45, Folder 4
    • V. Mount Purgatory. pp. 366–604.Box 45, Folder 5
    • VI. Mount Olivet. pp. 608–859.Box 45, Folder 6
    • VII. Mount Kanchenjunga. pp. 860–1055.Box 45, Folder 7
    • Acknowledgements, notes. pp. 1056-1248.Box 46, Folder 1
    • Bibliography. pp. 1249-1297.Box 46, Folder 2
    • Index.Box 46, Folder 3
    • Edited and corrected copy in folders for text and notes.Box 46, Folder 4
    • A. Canigou.Box 46, Folder 5
    • B. The Calvaire.Box 46, Folder 6
    • C. Brooke Hill.Box 46, Folder 7
    • D. The Pasture I.Box 46, Folder 8
    • E. The Pasture II.Box 46, Folder 9
    • F. Mount Purgatory I.Box 46, Folder 10
    • G. Mount Purgatory II.Box 46, Folder 11
    • H. Mount Olivet I.Box 47, Folder 1
    • I. Mount Olivet II.Box 47, Folder 2
    • J. Mount Kanchenjunga I.Box 47, Folder 3
    • K. Mount Kanchenjunga II.Box 47, Folder 4
    • L. Correspondence, permissions, notes, etc.Box 47, Folder 5
    • Bibliography cards (4 packets).Box 47, Folder 6
    • Typescript, with corrections.Box 48, Folder 1
    • Acknowledgements - Le Calvaire. pp. i-110.Box 48, Folder 2
    • Brooke Hill. pp. 111–251.Box 48, Folder 3
    • The Pasture. pp. 252–513.Box 48, Folder 4
    • Mount Purgatory. pp. 514–664.Box 48, Folder 5
    • Typescript, with corrections.Box 49, Folder 1
    • Mount Purgatory. pp. 665–777.Box 49, Folder 2
    • Mount Olivet. pp. 778–1021.Box 49, Folder 3
    • Mount Kanchenjunga. pp. 1022-1199.Box 49, Folder 4
    • The Mertons and the Griersons; family photographs and genealogy.Box 49, Folder 5
    • Ruth Merton; photographs and correspondence (photocopies).Box 49, Folder 6
    • Owen Merton; correspondence; photocopy of 1925 exhibition catalog; Mott's typescript of notes on Owen Merton, 11pp.Box 49, Folder 7
    • Ruth and Owen Merton; copy of marriage certificate, 1 p.Box 49, Folder 8
    • Tom Merton; Mott's “Tom's Book”, 9pp.Box 49, Folder 9
    • Evelyn Scott; 21pp. Also photocopies of some correspondence.Box 49, Folder 10
    • Thomas Merton: Visuals and quotations. Working files, including photographs, descriptions, maps, etc.Box 50, Folder 1
    • Prades, Douglaston, Flushing.Box 50, Folder 2
    • Bermuda, St. Antonin Noble Val, Montauban.Box 50, Folder 3
    • Ripley Court, Ealing, Oakham, Cambridge, Douglaston, Columbia.Box 50, Folder 4
    • Columbia, The Cloisters, Olean, Perry St., St. Bonaventure.Box 50, Folder 5
    • Gesthemani.Box 50, Folder 6
    • Hermitage.Box 50, Folder 7
    • Thomas Merton PapersBox 51
      • Merton Biographical documents. 1915-1970.Box 51, Folder 1
    • Articles by Merton.Box 51
      • Box 51, Folder 1
        • The Behavior of Titans. 19pp.Box 51, Folder 1
        • Few Questions and Fewer Answers. 3pp.Box 51, Folder 1
        • Apologies to an Unbeliever. 4pp.Box 51, Folder 1
        • Schema Thirteen; an Open Letter to the American Hierarchy. 8pp.Box 51, Folder 1
        • The Street is for Celebration. 7pp.Box 51, Folder 1
        • Cargo Theology. 60pp.Box 51, Folder 1
        • A Theology of Prayer. 14pp.Box 51, Folder 1
      • Box 51, Folder 2
        • The Street Is for Celebration. 6pp.Box 51, Folder 2
        • Address to the Special General Chapter, Sisters of Loretto, August, 1967. 15pp.Box 51, Folder 2
        • The Gift of Understanding. 5pp.Box 51, Folder 2
        • Baptism in the Forest: Wisdom and Initiation in William Faulkner. 7pp.Box 51, Folder 2
        • Marxist Theory and Monastic Theoria. 9pp.Box 51, Folder 2
        • Rites for the Extrusion of a Leper. 6pp.Box 51, Folder 2
        • Sharing Gives Value. 1p.Box 51, Folder 2
        • A Life Free from Care. 8pp.Box 51, Folder 2
        • Prayer and Wholeness. 5pp.Box 51, Folder 2
        • A Letter on the Hermit Life. 5pp.Box 51, Folder 2
        • Translation of poems by Thomas Merton. 14pp.Box 51, Folder 2
        • Wisdom in Emptiness; a dialogue by Thomas Merton and Daisetz T. Suzuki. 20pp.Box 51, Folder 2
        • Letter to Leslie Dewart on the Church and Revolution. 9pp.Box 51, Folder 2
      • Box 51, Folder 3
        • My Campaign Platform for non-Abbot and Permanent Keeper of Present Doghouse. photocopy. 1 p.Box 51, Folder 3
        • Concrete racegram of Pluto king of hell as he meets white foe in Gaol while one or both is/are set free into the fair. 31 October 1967. 4 cop., 1 p. eachBox 51, Folder 3
      • Articles on Merton A-Z (several folders). See also Boxes 56, 59.Box 51, Folder 4
    • Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. Galleys. 674pp.Box 52, Folder 1
    • Tableau des Monasteres de I'Ordre des Cisterciens, S.O. 1970. 52pp.Box 52, Folder 2
    • Notices of Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton, including Houghton Mifflin catalogues.Box 52, Folder 3
    • Miscellaneous reviews and clippings of Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton.Box 52, Folder 4
    • Reviews of Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton in miscellaneous periodical issues.Box 53, Folder 1
    • Promotional material, 1984-1985.Box 53, Folder 2
    • Record Book of Launching Party at O'Callaghans, (with cards and notes as well as publicity)., November 6, 1984Box 53, Folder 3
    • Two appointment calendars, 1981.Box 53, Folder 4
    • Thomas Merton blank desk calendars for 1979, 1981, with photographs and quotations (not annotated by MM).Box 53, Folder 5
    • Mott's Reading Notes of Journals by Thomas Merton. 1940-1960.Box 54, Folder 1
    • Photocopies of Thomas Merton's journals. 1966. 15 pp.Box 54, Folder 2
    • Mott's notes on the Merton holdings, The Curtis Brown Collection, Columbia University. 1949-1966. 42 pp. see also Box 57 for Mott's correspondence with the archive administration.Box 54, Folder 3
    • Mott's register and notes on manuscript documents at Columbia University. 1936-1967. 38 pp.Box 54, Folder 4
    • A Vow of Conversation. 1964-1965. 202pp.Box 54, Folder 5
    • Woods, Shore, Desert. 1968. 44pp.; Mott's notes, 3pp.Box 54, Folder 6
    • Novels of Thomas Merton (photocopies of typescript).Box 54, Folder 7
      • Straits of Dover. 39pp.Box 54, Folder 7
      • The Labyrinth. 145pp. ANS from Naomi to MM, March 3, 1981, 1p.Box 54, Folder 7
      • The Man in the Sycamore Tree. 55pp.Box 54, Folder 7
      • Robert Giroux on Merton's novels. 3pp.Box 54, Folder 7
      • Notebook of reading notes on Collected Poems of Thomas Merton.Box 54, Folder 7
      • Mott's notes on books by Merton (2 folders).Box 54, Folder 7
    • Calendar for 1983 with Mott's progress on book.Box 54, Folder 8
    • Miscellaneous posters for Merton readings, etc.Box 54, Folder 9
    • Sketches of maps by Mott for use in book.Box 54, Folder 10
    • Thomas Merton books underlined and annotated by Mott.Box 55, Folder 1
      • The Sign of Jonas. New York, 1956.Box 55, Folder 1, Folder 13
      • The Silent Life. New York, 1957.Box 55, Folder 1, Folder 14
      • Thoughts in Solitude. New York, 1958.Box 55, Folder 1, Folder 15
      • Emblems of a Season of Fury. 1963. photocopied excerpts. 27 pp.Box 55, Folder 1, Folder 16
      • The Strange Island. Norfolk, Conn., 1957. photocopied excerpts. 4 pp.Box 55, Folder 1, Folder 17
    • Thomas Merton books underlined and annotated by MM.Box 56
      • The Waters of Siloe. New York, 1949.Box 56, Folder 1
      • The Waters of Siloe. London, 1976.Box 56, Folder 2
    • Books and periodical issues about Merton.Box 56
      • Elena Malits. The Solitary Explorer; Thomas Merton's Transforming Journey. Uncorrected proof copy. San Francisco, 1980.Box 56, Folder 4
      • Edward Rice. The Man in the Sycamore Tree; the good times and hard life of Thomas Merton. New York, 1972.Box 56, Folder 5
      • Cithara. St. Bonaventure University. v. 4 no. 1, Nov., 1964. “Thomas Merton: From Pilgrimage to Crusade”. pp. 3–21.Box 56, Folder 6
      • Cithara. 20th Anniversary issue. v. 20 no. 2, May, 1981. Entire issue on Thomas Merton.Box 56, Folder 7
      • Cross Currents. v. 31 no. 3, Fall, 1981. “Spirituality in Secularized Society: The Maritain-Merton Symposium”.Box 56, Folder 8
      • Institut International Jacque Maritain. Notes et Documents. April-June, 1980. Ralph McInerny, “Merton and Maritain”, pp. 1–5. Patrick Hart, “The Contemplative Vision of Thomas Merton”, pp. 6–15.Box 56, Folder 9
      • The Merton Seasonal of Bellarmine College. v. 4 no. 1, winter, 1979–v. 11 no. 1, winter, 1986. 18 issues.Box 56, Folder 10
      • The Old Oakhamian. no. 31, 1969. section on Thomas Merton.Box 56, Folder 11
          Note:  See also Boxes 51, 59.
    • Miscellaneous books and guidesBox 56
      • Mother Mary Clare. Silence and Prayer. Oxford, 1972.Box 56, Folder 12
      • Clyde F. Crews. Presence and Possibility: Louisville Catholicism and Its Cathedral. 1973.Box 56, Folder 13
      • John Howard Griffin and Yves R. Simon. Jacques Maritain; Homage in Words and Pictures. New York, 1974.Box 56, Folder 14
      • Thirty-nine Writers of Hampstead. n.d.Box 56, Folder 15
      • Les Cahiers de Saint-Michel de Cuxa. no. 10, Juin, 1979.Box 56, Folder 16
      • Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val; Guide Illustre. 1975.Box 56, Folder 17
      • Michelin Pyrenees. 1978.Box 56, Folder 18
      • Barnett's Cambridge and City Tourist Map.Box 56, Folder 19
      • Kentucky; Official Highway Map. 1966.Box 56, Folder 20
      • IGN France. Cahors Montauban; Carte Touristique. 1977. with Mott's annotations.Box 56, Folder 21
      • IGN France. Pyrenees Languedoc; Carte Touristique. 1977.Box 56, Folder 22
      • SNCF. Carte des Lignes Voyageurs de la SNCF. Oct. 1973.Box 56, Folder 23
      • Friends of the City Art Museum. City Art Museum of St. Louis. n.d..Box 56, Folder 24
    • Correspondence regarding the Merton Biography (and other correspondence, where noted).Box 57
      • ABox 57
        • Reception of The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1985. 3 pp.Box 57, Folder 1
        • General. 1981-1985. 13 pp.Box 57, Folder 2
        • With the George Arents Research Library (Syracuse, NY) re: regulations of library (6pp.). Mott's notes on Merton material there (6 pp.). 1980-1981.Box 57, Folder 3
      • BBox 57
        • Reception of The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1984-1986. 64 pp.Box 57, Folder 4
        • Bamberger, Dom J.E.–Mott. 1981-1985. 12 pp.Box 57, Folder 5
        • Barker, Simon. re: R.S. Thomas and Merton. 1983-1985. 7 pp.Box 57, Folder 6
        • Batz, Jeanette–Mott. 1985. 21 pp.Box 57, Folder 7
        • Regarding research for Merton biography. 1980-1982. 6 pp.Box 57, Folder 8
        • Bonazzi affair. 1983-1984. 86 pp.Box 57, Folder 9
      • CBox 57
        • General; research for The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1980-1984. 17 pp.Box 57, Folder 10
        • Reception of The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1984-1986. 33 pp.Box 57, Folder 11
        • Christopher Awards. 1985. 25 pp.Box 57, Folder 12
        • Cistercian Publications, catalogue. 1980. 1 p.Box 57, Folder 13
        • Curtis Brown Archives. Columbia University. 1980. 2 pp. see also Box 54 for notes on the Merton material there.Box 57, Folder 14
      • DBox 57
        • General; research for The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1979-1985. 14 pp.Box 57, Folder 15
        • Daggy, Robert–Mott. 1981-1986. 21 pp.Box 57, Folder 16
        • Denison University, lecture expenses. 1985. 1 p.Box 57, Folder 17
        • Dorsey, John–Mott. re: Merton biography research. 1980. 2 pp.Box 57, Folder 18
        • Reception of The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1984-1986. 19 pp.Box 57, Folder 19
      • EBox 57
        • Reception of The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1986. 2 pp.Box 57, Folder 20
      • FBox 57
        • Faber and Faber. re: publication of The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1984. 1 p.Box 57, Folder 21
        • Ferry, W.H. 1980-1985. 16 pp.Box 57, Folder 22
        • Forest, Jim and Nancy. 1984-1986. 35 pp.Box 57, Folder 23
        • Response to The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1984-1985. 14 pp.Box 57, Folder 24
      • GBox 57
        • Regarding research and index for Merton biography. 1979-1984. 6 pp.Box 57, Folder 25
        • General. 1984-1985. 11 pp.Box 57, Folder 26
        • Giroux, Robert–Mott. 1980-1985. 12 pp.Box 57, Folder 27
        • Goerg, Frank. text “Mott, Merton, and Me” –commentary on The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton, and related correspondence. 1985. 160 pp.Box 57, Folder 28
        • Response to The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1985. 3 pp.Box 57, Folder 29
    • Correspondences regarding the Merton Biography (and other correspondences, where noted). CONTINUEDBox 58
      • HBox 58
        • General; research for The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1980-1986. 27 pp.Box 58, Folder 1
        • Response to The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1985. 8 pp.Box 58, Folder 2
        • Harper & Row. re: "Merton: By Those Who Knew Him Best." 1984. 2 pp.Box 58, Folder 3
        • Hart, Brother Patrick, O.C.S.O.–Mott. 1980-1985. 31 pp.Box 58, Folder 4
        • Houghton Mifflin–Mott. re: publishing of Merton biography. . 94 pp. See also files for individuals found in this folder, there may be separate correspondences between them and Mott. See also Boxes 38–39 for other documents between Mott and publishing firms., 1983-1985Box 58, Folder 5
      • IBox 58
        • General. re: translation of Merton biography and response to the book. 1984-1985. 9 pp.Box 58, Folder 6
        • Itineraries. one for a Far Eastern trip undated; and 1985 for a speaking tour in the United States. 2 pp.Box 58, Folder 7
      • JBox 58
        • General. 1981-1985. 29 pp.Box 58, Folder 8
      • KBox 58
        • General. 1979-1986. 50 pp.Box 58, Folder 9
        • Response to The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1984-1985. 17 pp.Box 58, Folder 10
      • LBox 58
        • General; research for The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1980-1985. 32 pp.Box 58, Folder 11
        • Laughlin, James–Mott. 1980-1984. 33 pp.Box 58, Folder 12
        • Lax, Robert–Mott. 1980-1984. 78 pp. see also Box 19.Box 58, Folder 13
      • MBox 58
        • General. 1979-1986. 69 pp.Box 58, Folder 14
        • Response to The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1985. 24 pp.Box 58, Folder 15
        • MacCauley, Robie–Mott. re: Merton biography production. 1978-1985. 36 pp. see also Box 19.Box 58, Folder 16
        • Malits, Elena–Mott. 1980-1984. 19 pp.Box 58, Folder 17
        • Matson, Harold Co. Inc.–Mott. re: business. 1983-1985. 12 pp.Box 58, Folder 18
        • McCormick, Anne H. (Knopf, Inc.)–Mott. re: Merton; personal. 1979-1985. 34 pp.Box 58, Folder 19
      • NBox 58
        • General; research for The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1980-1985 and n.d. 17 pp.Box 58, Folder 20
      • OBox 58
        • General. 1984-1985. 8 pp.Box 58, Folder 21
        • Response to The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1985. 6 pp.Box 58, Folder 22
        • Oxford University Press–Mott. 1981. 6 pp.Box 58, Folder 23
    • OBox 59
      • O'Callaghan, Tommie (Mrs. Frank)–Mott. 1983-1985. 17 pp.Box 59, Folder 1
      • Ohioana Library Association, 1985 Book Award in Biography. 1985. 11 pp.Box 59, Folder 2
    • PBox 59
      • General; research for The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1980-1985. 58 pp.Box 59, Folder 3
      • Reception of The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1984-1985. 16 pp.Box 59, Folder 4
      • Peters, A.D. & Co., Ltd.--Mott. re: business. 1981-1985. 6 pp.Box 59, Folder 5
    • RBox 59
      • General; research for SMTM. 1979-1986. 37 pp.Box 59, Folder 6
      • Response to The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1985-1986. 6 pp.Box 59, Folder 7
    • SBox 59
      • General; research for The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1980-1985. 32 pp.Box 59, Folder 8
      • Response to The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1985-1986. 8 pp.Box 59, Folder 9
      • Shannon, William H.–Mott. 1982-1985. 22 pp.Box 59, Folder 10
      • Stone, Naomi Burton–Mott. 1980-1986 and n.d. 35 pp.Box 59, Folder 11
    • T-U-VBox 59
      • General; research for The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1981-1986. 17 pp.Box 59, Folder 12
      • Response to The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton1985. 6 pp.Box 59, Folder 13
    • WBox 59
      • Copies of receipts for travel expenditures. 1985. 4 pp.Box 59, Folder 14
    • W-ZBox 59
      • General; research for The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1980-1986. 58 pp.Box 59, Folder 15
      • Response to The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. 1984-1985. 9 pp.Box 59, Folder 16
      • Information and correspondences regarding symposia on Merton, and lectures and interviews given by MottBox 59, Folder 17
        • Shapers of the Modern World. Graduate Institute of the Liberal Arts, Emory University. n.d. 1 p.Box 59, Folder 17, Folder 17
        • Contemplation in a World of Action: Thomas Merton's Writings for Urban Man. Georgia St. University. 27 Feb. 1980. 1 p.Box 59, Folder 17, Folder 18
        • Spirituality in Secularized Society; a Maritain-Merton symposium. Louisville, KY (Institute International Jacques Maritain). 25–26 September 1980. 73 pp..Box 59, Folder 17, Folder 19
        • Review Symposium, The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton. Horizons: the Journal of the College Theological Society, Villanova University. 1984. 3 pp.Box 59, Folder 17, Folder 20
        • Mott Chicago speaking tour (incl. receipts). 3–4 December 1984. 8 pp.Box 59, Folder 17, Folder 21
        • Mott interview. St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Associates of Saint Louis University Libraries, Inc.). February 1985. 8 pp.Box 59, Folder 17, Folder 22
        • Mott lecture: “The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton”. The St. Jerome's Centre, University of St. Jerome's College, Waterloo, Ontario. 1 February 1985 (incl. preceding and subsequent correspondence). 26 pp.Box 59, Folder 17, Folder 23
        • Mott speaking tour. NYC. 1 March 1985. 2 pp.Box 59, Folder 17, Folder 24
        • Mott lecture: “The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton”. Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH. 18–19 March 1985. 11pp.Box 59, Folder 17, Folder 25
        • Mott appearance: “The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton”. Lazarus Bookstore, Columbus, OH. 21 March 1985. 3 pp.Box 59, Folder 17, Folder 26
        • Mott appearance: “The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton”. Chapter & Verse Bookstore, Sylvania, OH. 30 March 1985. 1 p.Box 59, Folder 17, Folder 27
        • Mott lecture: “Thomas Merton”. Firelands College, Huron, OH. 3 April 1985. 13 pp.Box 59, Folder 17, Folder 28
        • Mott lecture: “The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton”. Franciscan Renewal Center, Scottsdale, AZ. 1 March 1986. 1 p.Box 59, Folder 17, Folder 29
      • Miscellaneous materials on various abbeys in the U.S.A. 13 pp.Box 59, Folder 18
      • Various articles/newspaper clippings about Merton and reviews of books about Merton, etc.. see also Boxes 51, 56.Box 59, Folder 19
      • Mott, Michael. Contemporary Authors Autobiography Series. Detroit: Gale Research Co., 1986. 13 pp.Box 59, Folder 20
  • Register and Mott's VitaBox 1, Folder 1