University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Paul Bowles:

An Inventory of His Collection at the Harry Ransom Center

Descriptive Summary

Creator Bowles, Paul, 1910-1999
Title Paul Bowles Collection
Dates: 1897-1995
Abstract: Handwritten and typed drafts of short stories, essays, and novels, correspondence, and musical compositions make up the bulk of the collection.
Extent: 11 boxes (4.58 linear feet), 5 oversize boxes, 4 galley folders
Language: English
Repository: Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Paul Frederic Bowles, born December 30, 1910, in New York City, was the only child of Claude Dietz and Rena Winnewisser Bowles. Bowles began writing short stories and composing music as a child, and he was only a teenager when his surrealist poetry was published in the magazine Transition. Bowles briefly attended the University of Virginia but dropped out in 1929 and moved to Paris where he met and became friends with Gertrude Stein. This began over forty years of nearly constant traveling for Bowles, who once said of himself that he was addicted to movement. He returned to the University of Virginia in the spring of 1930, but left again after one semester to study music, first under Aaron Copland in Berlin (1930-32) and then with Virgil Thomson in Paris (1933-34). During these years he also made his first visit, at Stein's suggestion, to Tangier, Morocco. In 1937, Bowles met author and playwright Jane Auer; they were married the following year. The Bowleses eventually settled in Tangier, although both traveled often throughout North Africa, Europe, Latin America, and the United States. At one point Paul even owned Taprobane, an island off the coast of Sri Lanka.

Paul Bowles became a celebrated composer during the 1940s, providing the musical scores for such noted plays as My Heart's in the Highlands (1940), South Pacific (1943), and The Glass Menagerie (1945). He also composed a number of scores for ballets, including Yankee Clipper. At the same time, Bowles wrote travel books on America, Mexico, France, India, and North Africa. From 1942-45, he worked as a music critic for the New York Herald-Tribune. He made translations from French and Spanish for View, and his translation of Jean-Paul Sartre's Huis Clos was published as No Exit in 1946. After reading his wife's Two Serious Ladies (1943), Bowles was inspired to write fiction. He contributed short stories to Harper's Bazaar, View, Mademoiselle, and Partisan Review. Bowles's first novel, The Sheltering Sky (1949), was a best-seller, and it remains his most critically acclaimed work. Over the next decade, Bowles wrote three more novels and developed a reputation as an existential novelist.

In 1956, he began translating Moroccan literature. In the 1960s and 1970s, Bowles primarily translated Moghrebi novels, short stories, and folk tales in collaboration with Mohammed Mrabet. He also returned to writing poetry. In 1970, he founded the literary magazine Antaeus with Daniel Halpern.

Jane Bowles's mental and physical health deteriorated after she suffered a stroke in 1957, and she spent the final years of her life in a hospital in Spain before dying in 1973. During those years, Paul Bowles ceased to write fiction. In the years since his wife's death, Paul Bowles has remained in Morocco; he received two NEH fellowships and began writing fiction and composing again. Bowles died in Tangier on November 19, 1999. More information about Paul Bowles may be found in his autobiography Without Stopping (Putnam, 1972).

Scope and Contents

Handwritten and typed drafts of short stories, essays, and novels, correspondence, and musical compositions make up the bulk of the Paul Bowles Collection, 1897-1995. The collection is organized into four series: Series I. Works, 1923-1976 (6 document cases and 5 oversize boxes); Series II. Correspondence, 1897-1995 (3 boxes); Series III. Personal Papers, 1942-1958 (1 box); and Series IV. Works by other Authors, 1935-1991 (1 box). This collection was previously accessible through a card catalog, but has been re-cataloged as part of a retrospective conversion project.

The Works Series is divided into literary and musical works. Among the literary works are a number of notebooks with drafts of numerous short stories and essays in them, as well as three typescripts of The Sheltering Sky, and several fables and stories translated by Bowles, including "A Hundred Camels in the Courtyard,""M'hashish," and "The Hyena." Musical materials include several sonatas for various instruments, Congo, the Picnic Cantata, and music written to accompany works by Jane Bowles and Tennessee Williams. Both the translation of Federico Lorca's Yerma which Bowles adapted as the libretto for an opera, and the musical score for this opera are also present. All works are listed by title in the Index of Literary Works and Index of Musical Works at the end of this finding aid.

The Correspondence Series, made up of mostly personal communications, is organized into three subseries: Subseries A. Outgoing Correspondence, 1931-1995; Subseries B. Incoming Correspondence, 1928-1969; and Subseries C. Third-party Correspondence, 1897-1967. Outgoing correspondence includes letters from Bowles to family, friends, and acquaintances, Jane Bowles, James Purdy, Tennessee Williams, and others. Incoming Correspondence includes letters from Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg, Brion Gysin, Alan Sillitoe, Virgil Thomson, as well as others. Third-party correspondence is made up of letters between people associated with Bowles, and generally regarding him or his work. Also included in this subseries is a letter, dated 1897, to Edward Green from his Petersham, Massachusetts parish, accepting his resignation. All correspondents are listed in the Index of Correspondence at the end of this finding aid.

The small Personal Papers series contains financial papers, including bank statements, cancelled checks, and income tax returns, a few legal documents, including identity papers and memoranda of agreement, as well as assorted notes and lists.

The Works by other Authors Series contains holograph and typescript manuscripts by Andreas Brown, Oliver Evans, Charles Henri Ford, as well as other friends and acquaintances of Bowles. All authors and titles are listed in the Index of Works by other Authors at the end of this finding aid.

Elsewhere in the Ransom Center are a number of books and music scores from Paul Bowles personal library, recordings of Bowles's music, and ten Vertical Files of printed works by Bowles containing critical commentary of Bowles's literary and musical work, newspaper clippings, theatre programs, book jackets, and other items associated with Bowles's work and career. The Literary Files of the Photography Collection hold over 500 photographs of and by Bowles, his family, friends, and landscape images. Of particular note is the rediscovered music for the Glass Menagerie, located in the Audrey Wood Collection.



Open for research

Index Terms

Bowles, Jane Auer, 1917-1973
Ferlinghetti, Lawrence
Ford, Charles Henri
Ginsberg, Allen, 1926-
Gysin, Brion
Purdy, james
Sillitoe, Alan
Thomson, Virgil, 1896-
Toklas, Alice B.
Williams, Tennessee, 1911-1983
Authors, American--20th century
Composers--United States
Tangier (Morocco)--Travel and description
Document Types
Galley proofs
Sound recordings

Related Material

Other materials associated with Bowles are located at the Ransom Center in the collection of Jane Bowles's biographer, Millicent Dillon, and the following collections:

  • Bowles, Jane
  • Connolly, Cyril
  • Cranston, Maurice
  • Dillon, Millicent
  • Ford, Charles Henri
  • Genesis West
  • Harper's
  • Isherwood, Christopher
  • Jones, Elizabeth
  • Lehmann, John
  • London Magazine
  • Owen, Peter
  • Palmer, Herbert
  • Purdy, James
  • Stein, Gertrude
  • Williams, Tennessee
  • Wood, Audrey

See also the Authorized Paul Bowles Website at:

Administrative Information


Purchase and gifts, 1967-1997

Processed by:

Chelsea S. Jones and Dell Hollingsworth, 1999

Paul Bowles Collection--Folder List

Series I. Works, 1923-1976

Subseries A. Literary Works, 1923-1963
box folder
1 1 A-L; Untitled
2 Untitled article about Fez, typescripts with author revisions, nd,
3 All Parrots Speak, typescripts with author revisions, nd,
4 A Friend of the World, typescripts with author revisions, nd,
5 He of the Assembly, typescripts with author revisions, nd,
6 The Hours After Noon, typescripts with author revisions, 1949-1959,
7 How Many Midnights, typescripts with author revisions, nd,
8 A Hundred Camels in the Courtyard, typescripts with author emendations, 1960-1962,
9 The Hyena, typescripts with author emendations, 1962,
10 Juvenilia, holograph notebook with colored drawings, nd,
11 The Lemon by Mohammed Mrabet, translated by Bowles, typescripts with emendations by Bowles, nd,
12 A Life Full of Holes, typescripts with author emendations, nd,
box folder
2 1 Love with a Few Hairs by Mohammed Mrabet, translated by Bowles, typescript with Bowles' revisions, nd,
2 M-S
3 M'hashish, by Mohammed Mrabet, translated by Bowles, typescripts with translator's revisions, nd,
4 Next to Nothing, typescripts with author emendations, 1958,
5-6 Notebooks, holograph drafts of various works
box folder
3 1-9 Notebooks, cont.
box folder
4 1-10 Notebooks, cont.
box folder
5 1 Notebooks, cont.
2-5 The Sheltering Sky, three typescripts with author emendations and revisions, 1948,
The Story of Omar the Truckdriver, typescripts with author revisions, nd,
box folder
6 1 T-Z
Tangier, typescript and galley proofs with author revisions, 1957,
22pp (removed to galley folder 1)
2 Their Heads Are Green and Their Hands Are Blue, typescript with author emendations, 1963,
110pp (3 sets of galleys removed to galley folders 2-4, 73pp each)
3 The Time of Friendship, typescripts with author revisions, ca. 1961,
4-5 Up above the World, typescripts with author revisions, nd,
6 The Wind at Beni Midar, typescripts with author revisions, 1962,
7 Yerma, by Federico Garcia Lorca, translated by Bowles, typescript with notes and cover letter, 1948-1955,
Subseries B. Musical Works, 1930-1976
A-D; Unidentified and Untitled
(removed to oversize box 1)
(removed to oversize box 2)
N-Sonata for Flute and Piano
(removed to oversize box 3)
Sonata for Oboe and Clarinet-Z
(removed to oversize box 4)
Oversize scores
(removed to oversize box 5)

Series II. Correspondence, 1897-1995

Subseries A. Outgoing, 1931-1995
box folder
7 1 A-Z; Unidentified
2-4 Bowles, Claude and Rena, 1931-1966
5 Bowles, Jane Auer, 1951-1965
6 Briatte, Robert, 1984-1995
7 Brown, Andreas, 1965-1967
8 Burns, Daniel, 1931-1949
9 Collins, Jack, 1982-1991
10 Comer, Suzanne, 1985-1986
11 Johnson, Buffie, 1982-1986
box folder
8 1 Lish, Gordon, 1962-1964
2 Martin, John, 1968-1969
3 Rappaport, H.A., 1954-1957
4-5 Redon, Joel, 1982-1987
6 Williams, Tennessee, 1958-1959
Subseries B. Incoming, 1928-1969
7 A-L; Unidentified
8 Bacon, Francis, 1958-1959
9 Bowles, Jane Auer, nd
10 Burroughs, William, 1958-1968
11 Ferlinghetti, Lawrence, 1961-1962
12 Ford, Charles Henri, 1960-1968
13 Ginsberg, Allen, 1961-1962
14 Gyson, Brion, 1960-1964
15 M-Z
box folder
9 1 Matson and Dugan (firm), 1942-1943
2 Purdy, James, 1958-1969
3 Sath, T., 1958
4 Sillitoe, Alan, 1961-1964
5 Sillitoe, Ruth, 1961-1965
6 Sontag, Susan, 1965
7 Tennent, T., 1958
8 Thomson, Virgil, 1955-1963
9 Toklas, Alice B., 1949-1960
10 Transition, 1928
11 U.S. Library of Congress, 1958-1959
12 William Morris Agency Inc., 1950-1958
13 Williams, Tennessee, 1954-1958
14 Wilson, Angus, 1963-1965
15 Yacoubi, Ahmed, 1958
Subseries C. Third-Party, 1897-1987
16 A-P; Unidentified
17 Flint, Emma L., 1922-1924
18 Green, J. Louise Barker, 1924
19 R-Z

Series III. Personal Papers, 1942-1958

9 Financial documents
20 Bank statements and cancelled checks, 1944-1958
box folder
10 1-2 Bank statements (cont.)
3 Income tax returns, 1942-1946
4 Receipts and bills, 1944-1958
5 Legal documents, 1945-1958
6 Notes, holograph loose pages and spiral notebook, nd

Series IV. Works by other Authors, 1935-1991

box folder
10 7 A-Z; Unidentified
8 Bowles, Rena
box folder
11 1 Brown, Andreas, notes for Paul Bowles bibliography, holograph and typescript notes with emendations by Brown and Bowles, nd
2 Cibeles Television, Traces of Sand and Water: The Lives of Jane and Paul Bowles, video tape, 1991
3 Evans, Oliver, Paul Bowles and the Natural Man, typescript article, nd
4 Ford, Charles Henri, Denmark Vesey: A Lyric Drama, typescript, nd
5 Geiger, Milton, Edwin Booth, typescripts with author cuts and markings, nd
6 Rodgers, Joe V., The Circular Valley, typescript, nd
7 Assorted envelopes

Paul Bowles Collection--Index of Correspondents

Box and folder numbers are followed by a number in parentheses which indicates the number of items by that person. A single item is indicated where there is no number in parentheses following the box and folder number. Where there is correspondence from Paul Bowles, the number in parentheses is followed by the phrase "from Bowles." So in the example:

Williams, Tennessee, 1911-1983--8.6 (2 from Bowles), 9.13 (5)

there are 2 letters from Bowles in Box 8, folder 6 and 5 letters from Williams in Box 9, folder 13.

  • - , Edwin--8.7
  • - , João--8.7
  • - , Manolo--8.7
  • - , Timothy--8.7
  • Ackroyd, Graham T.--7.1 (2 from Bowles)
  • Allah, R.R.--8.7
  • Allen, Mary E.--8.7
  • American Music Edition--8.7
  • American Unitarian Association--9.16
  • Ashley-Steiner-Famous Artists, Inc.--8.7 (2)
  • Author's League of America--8.7
  • Bacon, Francis, 1909- --8.8 (4)
  • Barker Society, New York--9.16
  • Belli, Ashe, Gerry & Ellison--8.7
  • Bensadon, Ney--8.7
  • Bowles, Claude & Rena--7.2-4 (145 from Bowles)
  • Bowles, Frederick T.--9.16 (2)
  • Bowles, Jane Auer, 1917-1973--7.5 (48 from Bowles), 8.9 (16)
  • Bowles, Rena--8.7, 9.16
  • Boyle, Kay--9.16 (3)
  • Briatte, Robert--7.6 (84 from Bowles)
  • Briggs, Grace G.--9.16
  • Brown, Andreas--7.7 (26 from Bowles)
  • Burns, Daniel, fl. 1931--7.8 (16 from Bowles)
  • Burroughs, Williams S., 1914- --8.10-11 (43 from Bowles)
  • Cage, John--8.7 (2)
  • Capote, Truman, 1924- --8.7
  • Chappell & Co., Inc.--8.7
  • Charhardi, Driss ben Hamed-- 7.1 (8 from Bowles)
  • Chaumont, Jane--8.7
  • Clarke, James L.--8.7
  • Collins, Jack--7.9 (17 from Bowles)
  • Comer, Suzanne--7.10 (4 from Bowles)
  • Copeland, Aaron--8.7
  • Cowley, Malcolm--9.16 (2)
  • Dain, Martin J.--8.7
  • Danser, Ulla E. Winnewisser--9.16
  • Denby, Edwin, 1903- --8.7
  • Doubleday and Company, Inc.--8.7
  • Driber, Tom, 1905-1976--9.16
  • Duchamp, Marcel, 1887-1968--9.16
  • Elkins, Gloria--8.7
  • Ellis, Albert--8.7
  • Evans, Oliver--7.1 (15 from Bowles)
  • Ferlinghetti, Lawrence--8.11 (11)
  • Fizdale, Robert--8.7
  • Flint, Emma Winnewisser--9.17 (6)
  • Ford, Charles Henri--8.12 (10), 9.16
  • Fuhs, Claire--8.7 (2)
  • Ginsberg, Allen, 1926- --8.13 (9)
  • Green, J. Louise Barker--9.18 (4)
  • Grosser, Maurice, 1903-1986--8.7
  • Groves, John Stuart--7.1 (3 from Bowles)
  • Guggenheim, Marguerite--See Guggenheim, Peggy
  • Guggenheim, Peggy, 1898- --8.7 (2)
  • Gysin, Brion--8.14 (11)
  • Hamzo[?], Atallah--8.7
  • Harpsichord Music Society, New York--8.7
  • Heinemann (firm)--8.7
  • Holman, Libby--8.7
  • Holt, Rhinehart and Winston, Inc.--9.16
  • Horne, Mr.--7.1 (from Bowles)
  • Hutton, Barbara Woolworth--8.7
  • Isherwood, Christopher, 1904- --8.7
  • Johnson, Buffie--7.11 (50 from Bowles)
  • Jones, Margo--8.7
  • Julius & Creasy (firm) --8.7
  • Laires, Fernando--8.7
  • Layachi, Larbi--See Charhardi, Driss ben Hamed
  • Lehmann, John, 1907- --8.7
  • Liebling-Wood (firm)--8.7
  • Linze, Georges, 1900- --8.7
  • Lish, Gordon--8.1 (9 from Bowles)
  • Little Players (theatrical troupe)--8.7, 9.16
  • M.C.A. Artists, Ltd--8.15 (2)
  • Maitland, Robert--9.16
  • Mandy, Shaun--8.15
  • Marrey, Joe--8.15
  • Martin, John--8.2 (12 from Bowles)
  • Matson and Duggin (firm)--9.1 (3)
  • McCarthy, William--8.15
  • McLeod, Cecil R.--7.1 (from Bowles)
  • Moses Pariente, Bankers--8.15
  • "Paquieto"--8.7 (3)
  • Parrish, Betsy--8.15
  • Perkins, Helvetia
  • Petersham, Massachusetts, First Congregational Parish--9.16
  • Pollard, Jim, 1914- --8.15
  • Poller, Elizabeth--9.16 (3)
  • Purdy, James--7.1 (2 from Bowles), 9.2 (19)
  • Rappaport, H.A.--8.3 (5 from Bowles)
  • Redon, Joel--8.4-5 (82 from Bowles), 9.19
  • Reiner, Fritz, 1883-1963--8.15
  • Robbins, Jerome--8.15
  • Robert, Frank, fl. 1969--7.1 (from Bowles)
  • Rorem, Ned, 1923--8.15
  • Ross, Guy Whittier Chadbourn, 1880-1965--9.19 (2)
  • Sager, Gordon--7.1 (from Bowles)
  • Saher, Lilla Van--7.1 (5 from Bowles), 9.19 (2)
  • Saroyan, William, 1908- --8.15
  • Sath, T.--9.3 (6)
  • Sillitoe, Alan--9.4 (16), 9.19
  • Sillitoe, Ruth--9.5 (4)
  • Slade, Ide--9.19 (2)
  • Smith, Oliver Lemuel, 1918-1994--8.15
  • Sontag, Susan, 1933- --9.6 (3)
  • Ta-, Frank--8.7
  • Tennent, T.--9.7 (3)
  • Thomson, Virgil, 1896- --9.8 (13), 9.19 (10)
  • Tiffany, Fannie Winnewisser--9.19
  • Toklas, Alice B.--9.9 (7)
  • Transition--9.10
  • Twentieth-Century-Fox Film Corporation--9.19
  • U.S. Library of Congress--9.11 (5)
  • Van Vechten, Carl, 1880-1964--8.15
  • Vela, C.T.--8.15
  • Vidal, Gore, 1925- --8.15
  • William Heinemann, Ltd--See Heinemann (firm)
  • Williams, Tennessee, 1911-1983--8.6 (2 from Bowles), 9.13 (5)
  • Wilson, Angus--9.14 (3)
  • Winnewisser, August Frederick--9.19 (5)
  • Winnewisser, Frederick G.--9.19 (4)
  • Winnewisser, Henrietta Frances--9.19 (6)
  • Yacoubi, Ahmed--9.15 (2)

Paul Bowles Collection--Index of Literary Works

  • Air to the Sea--1.1
  • All Parrots Speak--1.3
  • Autobiographical fragments and notes--1.1
  • The Ball on Sidi Hasni--1.1
  • Bluey; Pages from an Imaginary Diary--1.1
  • A Chatting as of Unfetters--1.1
  • A Friend of the World--1.4
  • The Frozen Fields--1.1
  • The Garden--1.1
  • He of the Assembly--1.5
  • The Hours After Noon--1.6
  • How Many Midnights--1.7
  • A Hundred Camels in the Courtyard--1.8
  • The Hyena--1.9
  • If I Should Open my Mouth--1.1
  • In the Creuse--1.1
  • The Lemon--1.11
  • Letter from Tangier--1.1
  • A Life Full of Holes--1.12
  • Love with a Few Hairs--2.1
  • M'hashish--2.3
  • Next to Nothing--2.4
  • The Night before Thinking--2.2
  • Pages from Cold Point--2.2
  • The Picture on the Calendar--2.2
  • Post-Colonial Interlude in Tangier--2.2
  • A Proposition--2.2
  • Pulling the Nets--2.2
  • The Rif, to Music: Ketama-Taza--2.2
  • "The road is girded on both sides..."--1.1
  • The Rolling Pebble--2.2
  • Señor Ong and Señor Ha--2.2
  • The Sheltering Sky--5.2-5
  • The Spring--2.2
  • The Story of Lahcen and Idir--2.2
  • The Story of Omar the Truckdriver--5.6
  • The Successor--2.2
  • Tangier--6.1
  • Taprobane--6.1
  • Their Heads Are Blue and Their Hands Are Blue--6.2, Galley 2-4
  • The Time of Friendship--6.3
  • A Thousand Days to Mokhtar--6.1
  • Untitled article on the Costa del Sol--1.1
  • Untitled article on Fez--1.2
  • Untitled collection of proverbs--1.1
  • Untitled fragment re morality--1.1
  • Untitled fragment, "The only effort worth making..."--1.1
  • Up above the World--6.4-5
  • The Wind at Beni Midar--6.6
  • Windows on the Past--6.1
  • Yallah!: Introduction--6.1
  • Yerma--6.7

Paul Bowles Collection--Index of Musical Works

  • Oversize box 1
    • Athéna
    • Benedictus
    • Blue mountain ballads
    • El carbonero
    • Concerto for two pianos, percussion and winds (drafts)
    • Congo
    • Cross country
    • Dance
    • Dance (not the same as above)
    • The dancer
    • Danger de mort
    • Danza Mexicana
    • David
    • Untitled piano solo
    • Untitled composition
    • Unidentified musical scores
  • Oversize box 2
    • Edwin Booth: show music
    • Four Spanish songs
    • Her head on the pillow
    • I heard the sea
    • In the platinum forest
    • In the summer house (incidental music)
    • In the woods
    • Iquitos
    • Little suite (for two pianos)
    • Love like wildfire
    • Mediodia
    • Mes de Mayo
    • The milktrain (incidental music)
  • Oversize box 3
    • Night without sleep
    • Nocturne for 2 pianos
    • The old woman
    • Pastorale, havanaise et divertissement
    • Pastorela: piano score
    • Pastorela: first suite
    • Piano portraits
    • Prelude for piano forte
    • [UNK]Que te falta?
    • Romantic suite
    • Sayula
    • Scènes d'Anabase
    • Scènes d'Anabase: Ainsi parfois nos seuils
    • Sonata for flute and piano
  • Oversize box 4
    • Sonata for oboe and clarinet
    • Sonata for violin and pianoforte, no. 1
    • Sonatatina fragmentaria
    • Sonatina for piano
    • Suite for small orchestra--See Pastorale, havanaise et divertissement
    • Summer and smoke (incidental music)
    • Three (music for a poem)
    • Three pastoral songs
    • 12 American folk songs
    • Two skies
    • Two songs
    • The wind remains: Te he de llevar
    • Yankee clipper
    • Yerma
  • Oversize box 5
    • Concerto for two pianos, percussion and winds (copy)
    • A picnic cantata: sections I-III and VI-VII
    • Sonata for two pianos

Paul Bowles Collection--Index of Works by other Authors

  • Bowles, Rena. Diary, 1961-1965--10.8
  • Bowles, Rena. "The night is long, the night is dark..."--10.8
  • Brown, Andreas. Notes for Paul Bowles Bibliography--11.1
  • Desnos, Robert. Le Réveil--10.7
  • Desnos, Robert. L'Epitaphe--10.7
  • Evans, Oliver. Paul Bowles and the Natural Man--11.2
  • Ford, Charles Henri. Denmark Vesey: A Lyric Drama--11.3
  • Geiger, Milton. Edwin Booth--11.4
  • Glanville-Hicks, Peggy. Sidi Amar in Winter--10.7
  • Gysin, Brion. Am I the One?--10.7
  • Martin-Dominguez, Javier. Traces of Sand and Water: The Lives of Jane and Paul Bowles--11.5
  • Rodgers, Joe V. The Circular Valley--11.6
  • Roditi, Eouard Lot's Wife: for Paul Bowles--10.7
  • Sender, Ramón. The Vulture--10.7
  • Thomson, Virgil. Portrait of Paul Bowles (music)--Oversize box 5
  • Unidentified Author.
    • Poems read at funeral of Henrietta F. Winnewisser--10.7
    • Prayers and remarks offered at funeral of Rev. Edward Green--10.7
    • Reading of Paul Bowles' character and fortune--10.7
    • Untitled narrative--10.7
    • Untitled poems in French--10.7
  • Williams, Tennessee. Untitled story fragment--10.7
  • Yacoubi, Ahmed. Ink drawing--10.7