Colin Macinnes Papers

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Colin MacInnes papers
Creator: MacInnes, Colin
Call Number: D.140
Dates: 1921-1976
Physical Description: 23 boxes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Table of Contents:

Biographical/Historical Note
Scope and Content
Subject(s)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Access
Use
Citation
Content List
Series I: Personal papers
Subseries I: Juvenalia
Subseries II: Correspondence
Subseries III: McGibbon and Kee correspondence
Subseries IV: Martin Brian and O'Keefe: correspondence and contracts
Subseries V: Reg Davis-Poynter correspondence
Subseries VI: Correspondence and materials from James Campbell McInnes (Colin MacInnes's father)
Subseries VII: Travel
Subseries VIII: Legal, financial, and medical documents
Subseries IX: Working files (miscellaneous background materials and notes for work in progress)
Series II: Published works
Subseries I: City of spades
Subseries II: Absolute beginners
Subseries III: Mr. Love and Justice
Subseries IV: England, half English
Subseries V: All day Saturday
Subseries VI: Sweet Saturday night
Subseries VII: Westward to laughter
Subseries VIII: Three years to play
Subseries IX: Loving them both
Subseries X: Out of the garden
Subseries XI: No novel reader
Subseries XII: Manuscripts and typescripts of essays as published
Subseries XIII: Essays for periodicals (tearsheets only)
Subseries XIV: Neighborhoods
Subseries XV: BBC scripts and miscellaneous
Series III: Unpublished works
Subseries I: Gallery boy
Subseries II: Cousin mixed
Subseries III: Angus Bard
Subseries IV: All day Saturday (dramatisation)
Subseries V: Four maids of Albion
Subseries VI: Children of Eve
Subseries VII: The Cockneys
Subseries VIII: Juan Benvenuto (El Morito)
Subseries IX: Miscellaneous essays and novels
Subseries X: The heart of the legend
Series IV: Printed material about MacInnes
Collection Overview
Title: Colin MacInnes papers
Creator: MacInnes, Colin
Call Number: D.140
Dates: 1921-1976
Physical Description: 23 boxes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Biographical/Historical Note
Colin MacInnes was born August 20, 1914 in London. He was the second child and younger son (a daughter died in infancy) of James Campbell McInnes (1874-1945) a professional singer who in 1919 migrated to Canada where he continued his concert career and also taught singing. Colin's mother Angela Mackail (1890-1961) was the daughter of J. W. Mackail and the granddaughter of the artist Edward Burne-Jones. She was also related to Stanley Baldwin and Rudyard Kipling. Angela Mackail McInnes left her husband in 1917 and, after obtaining a divorce, married an Australian, George Allnut Thirkell. In 1920 the family moved to Australia where Colin's half-brother Lance Thirkell was born. In 1929 Angela Thirkell returned to England with her youngest son. There she began to write novels, the best known of which are the series on English country life, the "Barsetshire" novels. Colin and his brother Graham both went by the name of Thirkell until the early 1930s when they resumed using their father's surname, McInnes. Shortly thereafter Colin changed the spelling of his name to MacInnes.

Colin MacInnes was educated in Australia, where he lived until 1930. From 1930 to 1935, he pursued a business career in Brussels. Upon leaving Brussels, he went to London to study painting, first at the London Polytechnic and later at the School of Drawing and Painting, Euston Road. After the outbreak of the war, he served with the British Army as a sergeant in the Intelligence Corps and was sent to Germany during the occupation. His experiences there formed the basis of his first published novel, To The Victors The Spoils. After leaving the army, he joined BBC Radio, where he evidently wrote scripts. He left the BBC sometime in the mid-Fifties and supported himself for the rest of his life by writing essays, plays, and novels. He was published in many English periodicals and was a regular contributor to "New Society" in 1962 and 1963. His fiction and non-fiction drew upon his experiences in Australia, in the army of occupation in Germany, London low-life, black immigrants, English working-class teenagers, and music halls. Three novels that dealt with modern life in London, City of Spades, 1957, Beginners, 1959, and Mr. Love and Justice, 1960, were followed by historical novels, Westward to Laughter, 1969, and Three Years to Play, 1970. At the time of his death, he was writing a novel, Angus Bard, based on his father's early life. He died April 22, 1976.

Scope and Content
The collection consists of correspondence, notebooks, manuscript drafts and typescripts, galley and page proofs of novels and plays, manuscript drafts and tear sheets of essays, writing notebooks, background files, financial records, and documents. Bound proofs have been catalogued and placed with the books. The collection is principally in the order established by MacInnes. The correspondence with his publisher is divided according to the publication to which it pertains, and most of the rest of the correspondence is filed with the manuscript drafts to which it was attached. The presence of correspondence is indicated in the register by an asterisk. The exceptions are letters to and from Elepeth Huxley, and letters from Robert Graves, Sidney Nolan, John Osborne, and Sir John Gielgud, which are indexed and filed at the beginning of the correspondence. Events in MacInnes' life that are documented in the collection are his early years in Brussels, his bankruptcy about 1960, his abortive trip to Africa in 1971 under the auspices of the British Council, and his hospital treatment during his final illness.

A book based in part on this collection is: Gould, Tony. Inside Outsider; The Life and Times of Colin MacInnes. (London: Chatto & Hindus - The Hogarth Press, 1983).

Subject(s):
English literature
Correspondence
Novels
Poetry
Essays
MacInnes, Colin
Authors, English
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchased from Bertram Rota on the Wilson Family Fund in 1968 and subsequent purchases with funds provided by the Friends of the University of Rochester Libraries. The James Campbell McInnes material was the gift of Margaret Little in 1988.Access
The Colin MacInnes papers is open for research use. Researchers are advised to contact Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation prior to visiting. Upon arrival, researchers will also be asked to fill out a registration form and provide photo identification.Use
Reproductions are made upon request but can be subject to restrictions. Permission to publish materials from the collection must currently be requested. Please note that some materials may be copyrighted or restricted. It is the researcher's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other case restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the collections. For more information contact rarebks@library.rochester.eduCitation
[Item title, item date], Colin MacInnes papers, D.140, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester
Administrative Information
Author: Finding aid prepared by Rare Books and Special Collections staff
Publisher: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester
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Content List
Series I: Personal papers
Subseries I: Juvenalia
Box 1, Folder 1Correspondence: Colin MacInnes to Angela Thirkell, 1933
Box 1, Folder 2Poems, 1921-1941
Box 1, Folder 3Family life at the Guichard House as described by Colin, May, 1931
Box 1, Folder 4Map of trip from Sceaux-Chateau to Fontainebleau, drawn by Colin MacInnes in ink and watercolor
Box 1, Folder 5No Life and Death by Pallatinate Farquar Témoin
With A Forward by Paul Needle, M.D . Illustrated by P. Farquar Témoin, Paris, 1931. Manuscript notebook, text illustrated with pen, ink, and watercolor.

Box 1, Folder 6Angela's birthday book: Strange Characters, undated
Manuscript notebook of verses illustrated with watercolor

Box 1, Folder 7Let me tell you all about it, September, 1933
Manuscript notebook. Journal of trip from Brussels to Nürnberg, Munich, Innsbruck, Venice, Padua, and Florence.

Box 1, Folder 8Drawings
Box 1, Folder 9Outline for story
Subseries II: Correspondence
Box 1, Folder 10Indexed correspondence
Box 1, Folder 11Indexed correspondence: Elspeth Huxley
Box 1, Folder 12Indexed correspondence: John Osborne
Box 1, Folder 13Correspondence
Similar material can be found annexed to manuscripts of essays. This file was created by Colin MacInnes

Box 22, Folder 1Correspondence between Colin MacInnes to Francis and Violet Wyndham, 1948-1978
Also, a post card to Francis Wyndham from "Tony" (1978)
Later accrual to the collection

Box 22, Folder 2Correspondence between Colin MacInnes and Mel Laskey, editor of Encounter, December 1960
2 letters
Later accrual to the collection

Box 21, Folder 3Correspondence from Colin MacInnes to Timothy and Mimi O'Keeffe, circa 1970-1976
The correspondence is accompanied by a carbon typescript regarding the proposed dust jacket for Westward to Laughter; a typsecript of the poem Oh, oe!, which was written for the O'Keeffes' daughter ; and a manuscript fragment written by MacInnes at the O'Keeffe home and describing MacInnes' feelings about being a cancer patient within the National Health Service [1976].
Later accrual to the collection

Box 22, Folder 4Correspondence from Colin MacInnes to Mrs. Blanche Longmore, a fan and an aspiring writer, and to Roy Kerridge (son of Mrs. Longmore and, as an adult, a journalist, 1958-1966
Later accrual to the collection
Mrs. Blanche Longmore: 10 letters and 1 card; Roy Kerridge: 3 letters

Subseries III: McGibbon and Kee correspondence
Box 1, Folder 14To the Victor the Spoils
Box 1, Folder 15June in Her Spring
Box 1, Folder 16City of Spades
Box 1, Folder 17Absolute Beginners
Box 1, Folder 18Mr. Love and Justice
Box 1, Folder 19England, Half English
Box 1, Folder 20Angus Bard
Box 1, Folder 21Miscellaneous
Box 1, Folder 22Memos
Box 1, Folder 23McGibbon and Kee: contracts
Box 1, Folder 24McGibbon and Kee: royalty statements
Subseries IV: Martin Brian and O'Keefe: correspondence and contracts
Box 1, Folder 25Loving Them Both
Box 1, Folder 26Contracts for unpublished works
Subseries V: Reg Davis-Poynter correspondence
Box 1, Folder 27Letters from CM and memos on suggested book topics, 1971-1972
Subseries VI: Correspondence and materials from James Campbell McInnes (Colin MacInnes's father)
Later accrual to the collection

Box 23, Folder 1Letters from James Campbell McInnes to Colin MacInnes, 1928-1933
Box 23, Folder 2Letters from James Campbell McInnes to Colin MacInnes, January-September 1934
Box 23, Folder 3Letters from James Campbell McInnes to Colin MacInnes, October-December 1934
Box 23, Folder 4Letters from James Campbell McInnes to Colin MacInnes, January-September 1935
Box 23, Folder 5Letters from James Campbell McInnes Colin MacInnes, October-December 1935
Box 23, Folder 6Letters from James Campbell McInnes to Colin MacInnes, January-April 1936
Box 23, Folder 7Letters from James Campbell McInnes to Colin MacInnes, May-December 1936
Box 23, Folder 8Letters from James Campbell McInnes to Colin MacInnes, 1937
Box 23, Folder 9Letters from James Campbell McInnes to Colin MacInnes, 1938-1944
Box 23, Folder 10Correspondence related to James Campbell McInnes' final illness, death, and estate, 1945-1955
Correspondents include Graham McInnes, Thomas Burgess Jackson, J.B. Bickersteth, Stewart Wilson, and others. Also includes Colin MacInnes' copy of the probate of James Campbell McInnes' will, as well as family trees and sketches sent to Colin MacInnes by his brother Graham and MacInnes' reply.

Box 23, Folder 11Letters from James Campbell McInnes to Mary Fletcher, 1910-1944
Box 23, Folder 12Publicity materials: printed materials promoting James Campbell McInnes' vocal performances, lectures, and publications, circa 1929-1945
Box 23, Folder 13Performance programs for James Campbell McInnes' concerts, circa 1935-1944
Box 23, Folder 14Obituaries and memorials of James Campbell McInnes
Box 23, Folder 15Articles about McInnes family and James Campbell McInnes published in the Manchester Genealogist by Ruth Farnworth; McInnes family genealogy compiled by Ruth Farnworth, 1833-1925
Subseries VII: Travel
Box 2, Folder 1Africa tour: correspondence, 1970-1971
Box 2, Folder 2Africa tour: diary-notebook
Box 2, Folder 3Africa tour: manuscript notes
Box 2, Folder 4Africa tour: itineraries
Box 2, Folder 5Africa tour: receipts
Box 2, Folder 6Africa tour: tickets
Box 2, Folder 7Africa tour: map and vocabulary
Box 2, Folder 8Peru: background materials
Box 2, Folder 9Japan
Box 2, Folder 17Printers and authors proof corrections, British Standard 1219, 1945
Box 2, Folder 18The World is Hard, by O. S. Olisah; printed pamphlet from West Africa
Subseries VIII: Legal, financial, and medical documents
Box 2, Folder 10Legal documents
Passport, ca. 1930.
International driving permit, 1971.
Birth certificate (2 copies).
Box 2, Folder 11Legal documents
Will, August 1969; November, 1969.
Forms of permission.
Box 2, Folder 12Inland revenue, 1946-1962
Box 2, Folder 13National insurance, 1948-1962
Box 2, Folder 14Rent receipts
Box 2, Folder 15Debts and bills
Box 2, Folder 16Notebooks of hospital treatments, 1976
Subseries IX: Working files (miscellaneous background materials and notes for work in progress)
Box 3, Folder 1Off Target
Box 3, Folder 2English Graphic Arts
Box 3, Folder 3Polynesians
Box 3, Folder 4Amerindians
Box 3, Folder 5Butterfly: theme for text
Box 3, Folder 6Calidania: Scots-Abo music drama
Box 3, Folder 7Film ideas: Karl Marx in London
Box 3, Folder 8Rudyard Kipling
Box 3, Folder 9God Bless the Child
Box 3, Folder 10Notes for Ponce
Box 3, Folder 11Introduction to book on slang, 1971
Background

Box 3, Folder 12Typescript poems
Box 3, Folder 13Thoughts, 1935-1960
Notebook

Box 3, Folder 14Notebook, 1960
Box 3, Folder 15Australiana
Box 3, Folder 16Scotland
Box 3, Folder 17Projects
Box 3, Folder 18Drawing
Series II: Published works
Subseries I: City of spades
Box 4, Folder 1Bound typescript
Subseries II: Absolute beginners
Box 4, Folder 2Manuscript notebook
Box 4, Folder 3Typescript of final version
Box 4, Folder 4Carbon typescript of final version
Box 4, Folder 5Page proofs
Box 4, Folder 6Reviews, etc. for film (1986) of Absolute Beginners
Poster for film Absolute Beginners in Map Case, Alcove 4

Subseries III: Mr. Love and Justice
Box 5, Folder 1Manuscript notebook
Box 5, Folder 2Manuscript, pp. 1-199
Box 5, Folder 3Manuscript, pp. 200-398
Box 5, Folder 4Final typescript
Box 5, Folder 5Galley proofs
Subseries IV: England, half English
Box 6, Folder 1Manuscript linking material
Box 6, Folder 2Typescript, pp. 1-114
Box 6, Folder 3Typescript, pp. 115-204
Box 6, Folder 4Galley proofs
Box 6, Folder 5Page proofs
Subseries V: All day Saturday
Box 7, Folder 1Carbon typescript
Box 7, Folder 2Galley proofs
Subseries VI: Sweet Saturday night
Box 7, Folder 3Manuscript
Box 7, Folder 4Typescript
Box 7, Folder 5Carbon typescript
Box 7, Folder 6Galley proofs
Subseries VII: Westward to laughter
Box 8, Folder 1Manuscript, volume 1
Box 8, Folder 2Manuscript, volume 2
Box 8, Folder 3Manuscript, volume 3
Box 8, Folder 4Carbon typescript, pp. 1-107
Box 8, Folder 5Carbon typescript, pp. 108-245
Subseries VIII: Three years to play
Box 9, Folder 1Manuscript notebook
Box 9, Folder 2Manuscript, volume 1
Box 9, Folder 3Manuscript, volume 2
Box 9, Folder 4Manuscript, volume 3
Box 9, Folder 5Carbon typescript, pp. 1-194
Box 9, Folder 6Carbon typescript, pp. 195-393
Box 9, Folder 7Illustrations
Subseries IX: Loving them both
Box 10, Folder 1Manuscript
Box 10, Folder 2Typescript, revised
Box 10, Folder 3Carbon typescript, revised
Box 10, Folder 4Page proofs
Subseries X: Out of the garden
Box 10, Folder 5Manuscript, volume 1
Box 10, Folder 6Manuscript, volume 2
Box 10, Folder 7Manuscript, part 3
Box 10, Folder 8Manuscript, part 4
Box 10, Folder 9Manuscript, part 5
Box 10, Folder 10Manuscript notebook
Box 11, Folder 1Typescript, pp. 1-150
Box 11, Folder 2Typescript, pp. 151-289
Box 11, Folder 3Carbon typescript, pp. 1-139
Box 11, Folder 4Carbon typescript, pp. 140-289
Subseries XI: No novel reader
Box 11, Folder 5Carbon typescript
Box 11, Folder 6Page proofs
Subseries XII: Manuscripts and typescripts of essays as published
Note: This section follows the order established by Maclnnes. Asterisk indicates correspondence.

Box 12, Folder 1Essays. Manuscripts, 1960-1965
Box 12, Folder 2Essays. Manuscripts, 1960-1965
This folder contains manuscripts which may be represented elsewhere as typed drafts

Box 12, Folder 3*Miscellaneous periodical essays
Typescripts with tearsheets

Times Educational Supplement
Harpers/Queen
Gay News
Men Only
Box 12, Folder 4Sundry printed reviews and letters
Also labeled as folder 1.

Box 12, Folder 5*Africa South, 1960
Also labeled as folder 2

Box 12, Folder 6*Brides, 1972
Also labeled as folder 3

Box 12, Folder 7Cahiers du Saison, 1956
Also labeled as folder 4

Box 12, Folder 8*Esquire, 1969
Also labeled as folder 5

Box 12, Folder 9*Evening Standard, 1972
Also labeled as folder 6

Box 12, Folder 10*Encounter, 1955-1964
Also labeled as folder 7

Box 13, Folder 1*Gay News, 1975-1976
Box 13, Folder 2*Lilliput, 1958
Box 13, Folder 3*Men Only - short stories
Box 13, Folder 4New Left Review, 1959-1960
Box 13, Folder 5*New Society, October, 1962-January, 1963
Box 13, Folder 6*New Society, February, 1963-April, 1963
Box 13, Folder 7*New Society, September, 1963-1975
Box 13, Folder 8*New Statesman, 1962-1971
Box 13, Folder 9New York Times, 1971
Box 13, Folder 10Observer, 1947-1962
Box 13, Folder 11Oz, 1967-1972
Box 13, Folder 12Queen, 1959-1963
Box 13, Folder 13Spectator, 1957-1971
Box 13, Folder 14Sunday Times, 1957-1963
Box 13, Folder 15*Times (London), 1954-1956
Box 13, Folder 16*Vogue, 1971
Subseries XIII: Essays for periodicals (tearsheets only)
Box 14, Folder 1Anarchy, 1961
Box 14, Folder 2The Bulletin, 1964
Box 14, Folder 3Dance and Dancers, 1960
Box 14, Folder 4*Education, 1960
Box 14, Folder 5Freedom, 1961
Box 14, Folder 6Ink, undated
Box 14, Folder 7Jewish Chronicle, 1960-1961
Box 14, Folder 8*Manchester Guardian, 1958-1959
Box 14, Folder 9Nimbus, 1955
Box 14, Folder 10Partisan Review, 1963
Box 14, Folder 11Saltire Review, 1960
Box 14, Folder 12Time and Tide, 1956
Box 14, Folder 13Town, 1963
Box 14, Folder 14Tribune, 1957
Box 14, Folder 15*Twentieth Century, 1955-1961
Subseries XIV: Neighborhoods
Box 15, Folder 1Neighborhoods. Original clippings (with typescripts), #1
Box 15, Folder 2Neighborhoods. Original clippings (with typescripts), #2
Box 15, Folder 3Peculiar neighborhoods
Typescripts

Box 15, Folder 4Peculiar neighborhoods, second
Carbon typescripts.

Box 15, Folder 5Peculiar neighborhoods, third
Carbon typescripts

Box 15, Folder 6Neighborhoods. Typed texts, #1
Box 15, Folder 7Neighborhoods. Typed texts, #2
Box 15, Folder 8Neighborhoods. Typed texts, second
Carbon typescripts

Subseries XV: BBC scripts and miscellaneous
Box 16, Folder 1BBC scripts, #1, 1950-1954
Typescript and mimeo copies

Box 16, Folder 2BBC scripts, #2, 1950-1954
Typescript and mimeo copies

Box 16, Folder 3BBC scripts, 1955-1960
Typescript and mimeo copies

Box 16, Folder 4*Balzac essay, translated by Conster
Box 16, Folder 5Review of The Dilly Boys by Mervyn Harris
Box 16, Folder 6Scripts
Box 16, Folder 7Exhibit catalogues, 1958-1960
Sidney Harris
Thelma Hulbert
Box 16, Folder 8*Londinium, BBC. Play, 1971
Box 16, Folder 9*Roy Hudd's Music Hall, material and correspondence
Series III: Unpublished works
Subseries I: Gallery boy
Box 17, Folder 1*Letters and notes
Box 17, Folder 2Proposal
Box 17, Folder 3Manuscript, Act 1
Box 17, Folder 4Manuscript, Act 2
Box 17, Folder 5Carbon typescript
Box 17, Folder 6Mimeo script
Box 17, Folder 7Mimeo script with emendations
Box 17, Folder 8Photocopy of script with emendations
Subseries II: Cousin mixed
Box 18, Folder 1Letters
Box 18, Folder 2Memos
Box 18, Folder 3Manuscript
Box 18, Folder 4Typescript, second draft
Box 18, Folder 5Typescript, third draft
Box 18, Folder 6Carbon typescript, third draft
Box 18, Folder 7-8Mimeo script
Box 18, Folder 9Tape recording of music
Subseries III: Angus Bard
Box 19, Folder 1Revised typescript, part 1
Box 19, Folder 2Revised typescript, part 2
Box 19, Folder 3Revised typescript, Start of His End
Box 19, Folder 4Carbon of typed draft, part 1
Box 19, Folder 5Carbon of typed draft, part 2
Box 19, Folder 6Carbon of typed draft, epilogue
Box 19, Folder 7Background material
Box 19, Folder 8-9Notes
Subseries IV: All day Saturday (dramatisation)
Box 20, Folder 1Manuscript notes
Box 20, Folder 2Material, act 1
Box 20, Folder 3Material, act 2
Box 20, Folder 4Material, act 3
Box 20, Folder 5Notebook, staging
Box 20, Folder 6Manuscript, act 1
Box 20, Folder 7Manuscript, act 2
Box 20, Folder 8Manuscript, act 3
Subseries V: Four maids of Albion
Box 20, Folder 9Manuscript
Subseries VI: Children of Eve
Box 21, Folder 1Manuscript text, 1
Box 21, Folder 2Manuscript text, 2
Box 21, Folder 3Current
Box 21, Folder 4Notes
Subseries VII: The Cockneys
Box 21, Folder 5Correspondence
Box 21, Folder 6Notes
Box 21, Folder 7Manuscript text
Subseries VIII: Juan Benvenuto (El Morito)
Box 21, Folder 8Manuscript
Box 21, Folder 9Peru, manuscript notebook
Subseries IX: Miscellaneous essays and novels
Box 21, Folder 10In everything she is does, remarkable
Manuscript

Box 21, Folder 11Book reviews
Typescripts

Box 22, Folder 7"A chair to the spirit," an uncompleted novel, manuscript notebook
Later accrual to the collection

Subseries X: The heart of the legend
Later accrual to the collection

Box 22, Folder 5The heart of the legend, the writings of Ada Leverson", May 1960
Colin MacInnes, manuscript for Frances Wyndham, 43 pages. [Ada Leverson was Frances Wyndam's mother-in-law.]

Box 22, Folder 6"The heart of a legend, the writings of Ada Leverson," undated
Typescript with manuscript editing, 36 pages.

Series IV: Printed material about MacInnes
Box 22, Folder 8Articles, advertisements, and reviews of Colin MacInnes' writings, 1969-1980
Later accrual to the collection

Box 22, Folder 9Aquarious, number 9, 1977
This number is dedicated to the memory of Colin MacInnes and an "In Memoriam" of MacInnes by Martin Green appears on page 76
Later accrual to the collection



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