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KJ290/58 .007 (DW). Death of a shote (shoat?); illustration Deluermoz, H. 73 Jun 1999
KJ187/03 .007 (DW). Happy giant’s song C 189/16 Editorial + C3 40 Sep 1973
KJ005/10 .007 (DW). How should the title be pronounced? R 007/20 C1 + R ii Apr 1928
KJ007/20 .007 (DW). Locomotive song and Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody No 2 C2 ii Oct 1928
KJ390/02 ‘Kipling in the News’ Conference Report Sarah Lonsdale and Dominic Davies May 2022
KJ390/06 ‘Run and find out’ : Rudyard Kipling as a junior reporter Jan Momtefiore May 2022
KJ321/34 ‘. . . And It Tickled Like Cake-Crumbs In Bed’ Haythornthwaite, Dr Richard 81 Mar 2007
KJ392/09 ‘A Biography’ from Trix Hamer, Mary 96 Sep 2022
KJ392/22 ‘A St Helena’s Lullaby’ Richards, David 96 Sep 2022
KJ330/08 ‘Across Our Fathers’ Graves’: Kipling And Field Marshall Earl Roberts Atwood, Rodney 83 Mar 2009
KJ398/42 ‘Cupid’s Arrows’ and the Fair Toxophilites Connell, Tim 98 May 2024
KJ396/55 ‘Mary Postgate’ and the People’s War Simmers, George 97 Sep 2023
KJ392/21 ‘R. K. 1865–1936’ Karlin, Daniel 96 Sep 2022
KJ394/06 ‘Sleeping back into Terrified Childhood’: Rudyard Kipling and Trauma Harry Ricketts 97 Mar 2023
KJ393/42 ‘Snaffles’ and Kipling Wilson, Alastair 96 Dec 2022
KJ394/56 ‘The Amber Toad’: Stephen Wheeler’s Review of Departmental Ditties Richard Maidment 97 Mar 2023
KJ392/38 ‘The Churel! The Churel’ Who is Haunting Kim? Louttit, Erin 96 Sep 2022
KJ396/43 ‘The Mutiny of the Mavericks’: Ireland and India Scragg, Andrew 97 Sep 2023
KJ397/32 ‘The Prayer that the Cavemen Prayed’: Kipling’s Hostess Present Richards, David Alan 98 Jan 2024
KJ358/34 “A Recantation” Lee, John 88 Sep 2014
KJ358/36 “A Song of Seven Cities” Page, Bruce 88 Sep 2014
KJ343/34 “An Active Acting Sub-Lieutenant” Bilham, Chris 85 Sep 2011
KJ369/57 “An Intoxicating Spark”, Kipling, Jensen, and Vitalist Modernism Brogger, Inger K 91 Jul 2017
KJ358/08 “Arithmetic on the Frontier” Hamer, Mary 88 Sep 2014
KJ358/10 “Bridge Guard in the Karroo” Raine, Craig 88 Sep 2014
KJ370/62 “Dayspring Mishandled” conundrum: letter to the Editor Cowan, Alan 101 Sep 2017
KJ370/63 “Dayspring Mishandled”: letter to the Editor Brogan, Hugh 102 Sep 2017
KJ358/16 “Divided Destinies” Nagai, Kaori 88 Sep 2014
KJ343/67 “Do you like Kipling?” by Donald McGill Editor 85 Sep 2011
KJ358/19 “Eddi’s Service” Ricketts, Harry 88 Sep 2014
KJ358/21 “Epitaphs of the War” Minogue, Sally 88 Sep 2014
KJ358/23 “Harp Song of the Dane Women” Bubb, Alex 88 Sep 2014
KJ358/27 “If—” Auden, W H 88 Sep 2014
KJ358/29 “Mesopotamia” Cockburn, Patrick 88 Sep 2014
KJ358/62 “Mummy” Whitehorn, Katharine 88 Sep 2014
KJ358/31 “Normans and Saxons” Hitchens, Peter 88 Sep 2014
KJ328/63 “Scumfish” C1 Holberton, Philip 82 Sep 2008
KJ358/13 “The Craftsman” and “The Coiner” Karlin, Daniel 88 Sep 2014
KJ358/25 “The Hyaenas” Bailey, R V 88 Sep 2014
KJ363/66 “The Mary Gloster” (letter to the Editor) Wilson, Alastair 90 Mar 2016
KJ358/39 “The Way through the Woods” Brogan, Hugh 88 Sep 2014
KJ326/40 “ “Tin Fish” ”: Two Texts, Two Readings Karlin, Danny 82 Apr 2008
KJ326/56 “ain’t goin’ to have any beastly Erickin’ ”: The Problem of Male Friendship in Stalky & Co. Oulton, Carolyn 82 Apr 2008
KJ328/34 “Mourning and Rejoicing at Old St Paul’s” Kipling, Rudyard; ed. Pinney, Thomas 82 Sep 2008
KJ327/22 “Naulakha” In Vermont Pinney, Prof Thomas 82 Jun 2008
KJ327/23 “References”, “Cross-References”, and Notions of History (PoPH, R&W) Lewis, Lisa A.F. 82 Jun 2008
KJ394/31 ‘To the small one’: Kipling’s letters to Howard Phillips John Walker 97 Mar 2023
KJ363/39 “Below the Mill Dam”: black and brown rats Lingley, Janice 90 Mar 2016
KJ375/53 1. Drink at the Railway Theatre Kipling, Rudyard 92 Sep 2018
KJ297/58 1600-1947 Anglo-Indian legacy…, by George Gabb Notices & News 75 Mar 2001
KJ375/55 2. Ouida’s Princess Napraxine Kipling, Rudyard 92 Sep 2018
KJ378/61 2018 Accounts Wilson, Alastair 93 Jun 2019
KJ378/49 2018 Annual General Meeting Minutes Kipling, Rudyard 93 Jun 2019
KJ355/75 24/7 in the USA: Kipling and .007 as ‘Engines that Could’ Plotz, Judith 88 Jul 2014
KJ375/55 3. Tommy Atkins and Flies Kipling, Rudyard 92 Sep 2018
KJ068/15 300,000 sea miles, by Admiral Sir Henry Pelly [: Kipling & ‘Pelorus’] Kiplingiana 10 Dec 1943
KJ375/57 4. The Simla Natural History Society Kipling, Rudyard 92 Sep 2018
KJ020/101 500 points of good husbandry, by Thomas Tusser. Tregaskis. £5 5s [Review] v Dec 1931
KJ336/06 A 2010 Study Day at the University of Bristol (The Absent-Minded Beggar) Editorial 84 Apr 2010
KJ274/24 A cappella; recital by Peter Horridge and Ann Surtees Mattinson, Brian (review) 69 Jun 1995
KJ357/59 A case for ‘William the Conqueror’ Paffard. Mark 88 Sep 2014
KJ318/06 A Change of Printer Editor 80 Jun 2006
KJ358/08 A choice of Kipling’s poetry, with commentary various 88 Sep 2014
KJ349/23 A Collection of Photographs (review) Kipling, Rudyard 87 Mar 2013
KJ311/65 A Kipling Anecdote C 78 Sep 2004
KJ321/07 A Kipling Conference – 2007 Walker, John 81 Mar 2007
KJ333/06 A Kipling Quotation? Editorial 83 Sep 2009
KJ354/22 A Kipling sundial motto Valentine, Mark 88 Jun 2014
KJ334/63 A Map for Kim? C1 Wyatt, John 83 Dec 2009
KJ321/33 A Memorial Plaque For The Woolsack, S. Africa Editor 81 Mar 2007
KJ357/20 A new home for the Library Walker, John 88 Sep 2014
KJ378/22 A new Kipling letter Kipling, Rudyard 93 Jun 2019
KJ338/07 A New Kipling Letter: News from Lahore Pinney, Thomas 84 Sep 2010
KJ359/12 A poet’s diction: hard words in Kipling’s poems Pinney, Thonas 89 Mar 2015
KJ349/06 A Potential Resource (Delphi Classics) Editorial 87 Mar 2013
KJ269/28 A Rudyard Kipling: a (French) poetic tribute (with translation) De Noailles, Countess 68 Mar 1994
KJ329/10 A SAHIB’S WAR: Attacking the Boers in the style of Kipling Sahib Damstra, K. St John 82 Dec 2008
KJ355/14 A stranger of an unloved race: the American chapter of Something of Myself Karlin, Daniel 88 Jul 2014
KJ381/55 A Study of the Congress Kipling, Rudyard, Ed. Maidment, Richard 94 Mar 2020
KJ325/49 A Supplementary Issue of the Journal Editorial 82 Mar 2008
KJ324/57 A Survey of Members Views Radcliffe, John 81 Dec 2007
KJ338/65 A VILLAGE RIFLE CLUB Kipling, Rudyard 84 Sep 2010
KJ328/64 Abaft the Funnel and ‘Captains Courageous’ C1 325/50 Coles, G.V. 82 Sep 2008
KJ319/62 Abandoned Ayahs C1 Pain, Ailsa 80 Sep 2006
KJ270/58 Abdulla Bulbul Ameer; song. Original text French, Percy 68 Jun 1994
KJ351/67 About the Kipling Society The Editor 87 Sep 2013
KJ352/64 About the Kipling Society The Editor 87 Dec 2013
KJ353/64 About the Kipling Society The Editor 88 Mar 2014
KJ354/64 About the Kipling Society John Lambert 88 Jun 2014
KJ395/64 About the Kipling Society 97 Jun 2023
KJ396/72 About the Kipling Society 97 Sep 2023
KJ397/68 About the Kipling Society 98 Jan 2024
KJ398/64 About the Kipling Society 98 May 2024
KJ331/03 About the Monograph on Maitland Park Editorial 83 Apr 2009
KJ311/60 Abreast of the Age: Arbeit Und Technologie Im Werk Rudyard Kiplings, by Dr Stefan Welz, Editor (Acknowledgement) 78 Sep 2004
KJ051/FP ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR (v). Cook’s son, duke’s son. Photograph xiii Oct 1939
KJ111/01 ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR (v). Encore verses + 102/02 Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Oct 1954
KJ253/44 ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR (v). K. & Chelsea National Army Museum Rice, Elizabeth + illus 64 Mar 1990
KJ016/123 ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR (v). Mafeking siege edition requested C1 iv Dec 1930
KJ267/45 ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR (v). Notices of two fine copies for sale C3 + illus 67 Sep 1993
KJ122/03 ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR (v). Phrase juste Bazley, Basil M. (Notes) 24 Jul 1957
KJ291/10 ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR (v). Punch prints 2 ‘amended stanzas’ (1899) Editorial 73 Sep 1999
KJ262/39 ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR (v). We do not want his kiddies… C2 66 Jun 1992
KJ341/05 ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR, Following Rudyard Kipling’s THE Lee, John 85 Apr 2011
KJ341/04 ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR, THE Rudyard Kipling 85 Apr 2011
KJ341/43 ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR, THE An Imperial Media Event Potter, Simon J. 85 Apr 2011
KJ341/56 ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR, THE Kipling and Tommy Atkins in the South African War Spiers, Edward M. 85 Apr 2011
KJ341/28 ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR, THE Kipling’s Bully Pulpit: . . Victorian Music Hall Bailey, Peter 85 Apr 2011
KJ341/03 ABSENT-MINDED DEGGAR The University of Bristol Study Day 2010 Editorial 85 Apr 2011
KJ026/40 Académie des Sciences & Politiques: K. appointed Foreign Assoc. Member News & Notes vii Jun 1933
KJ112/15 Academy [journal]: more [Kipling] extracts 1897-8 + 113/16 [Further items: 120/17] 21 Dec 1954
KJ274/39 ACROSS A CONTINENT (LOT). “One such man” in India query C 69 Jun 1995
KJ333/66 Across our Fathers’ Graves C1 330/13 Thornton, Terry 83 Sep 2009
KJ183/16 Across the border or Pathan and Biloch, by E.E. Oliver (1890) Kipling, Lockwood (illus) 39 Sep 1972
KJ106/02 Across the Seven Seas: Rudyard Kipling…great American poet & novelist… Short, Ernest (Notes) 20 Jul 1953
KJ147/03 Acting. Kipling as an amateur actor Editorial 30 Sep 1963
KJ336/45 Actions and Reactions: A Fragmented Composition (A&R) Raimbault, Élodie 84 Apr 2010
KJ336/08 Actions and Reactions: Kipling’s Edwardian Summer (A&R) Karlin, Daniel 84 Apr 2010
KJ318/10 Address by the Archbishop of Canterbury Williams, Dr Rowan 80 Jun 2006
KJ022/39 Adventures of Dunsterforce, by Maj-General Dunsterville. Arnold. 3/6 News & Notes vi Jun 1932
KJ233/09 Advertisements exchange with Army Quarterly & Defence Journal Editorial 59 Mar 1985
KJ300/11 Afghanistan. Taleban and the Great Game: reflections on K. & Afghanistan Lycett, Andrew 75 Dec 2001
KJ026/37 African Society dinner, 1933. Kipling’s toast to the President News & Notes vii Jun 1933
KJ372/39 After Crom Part II, 1919-1966 Nowsher, Lorraine 92 Mar 2018
KJ371/09 After Crom, The Kiplings and the Price family Bowsher, Lorraine 91 Dec 2017
KJ391/51 AGM 2021 Minutes 96 Jun 2022
KJ344/68 Al-Jiwan and Z. 54. R.A. C2 Tarin, Omer 85 Dec 2011
KJ271/58 Albatross. ‘ …for I have seen the albatross’ verse query R 274/62 C2 + R 68 Sep 1994
KJ152/04 Albatross. Bird’s ‘red’ eye view Editorial 31 Dec 1964
KJ102/17 Albatross. Is the bird’s eye red? R 103/16 105/16 108/16 C1 + R 19 Jul 1952
KJ185/02 Aldin. Cecil Aldin, illustrator of many Kipling stories Editorial 40 Mar 1973
KJ232/48 Alec McCowen as Rudyard Kipling; theatre review+ photograph + C240/63 Kyle, Michael 58 Dec 1984
KJ214/13 Alexander. Stanley Walter Alexander, KS Council member. Obituary Editorial 47 Jun 1980
KJ334/06 Alice and Elsie (see 327/07, “To Proteus. On reading his Love Sonnets”) Editorial 83 Dec 2009
KJ127/17 All in a garden fair: Kipling and Walter Besant’s book Purefoy, A.E. Bagwell 25 Sep 1958
KJ027/77 All the Mowgli Stories, by R.K. Macmillan. 6/- + 026/36 (News & Notes) [Review] vii Sep 1933
KJ036/109 All the Puck Stories, by R.K. Macmillan, 10/6. [POPH & R&F in one vol] [Review] + 035/83 ix Dec 1935
KJ029/FP&03 Allahabad. Bungalow where the ‘Pioneer’ was first printed in 1865 Photograph viii Mar 1934
KJ011/30 Allahabad. Footsteps of Kipling [: ‘T.P.’s Weekly’ article excerpt, 8/1929] Makin, W.J. iii Oct 1929
KJ001/30ff Allahabad. Kipling’s office furniture at the ‘Pioneer’ Photograph i Mar 1927
KJ006/09ff&04 Allahabad. Publishing office of the ‘Pioneer’. Photograph [Caption wrong: 007/03] ii Jul 1928
KJ139/07 Allahabad. University Kipling plaque. Background + illustrations Purefoy, A.E. Bagwell 28 Sep 1961
KJ269/27 ALMANAC OF TWELVE SPORTS (v). Kipling’s October golf stanza Nicholson, Wm (illus) 68 Mar 1994
KJ197/17 ALMANAC OF TWELVE SPORTS (v). Textual and collaboration queries C + R 199/14 43 Mar 1976
KJ012/02 American cats, by Gabriel Engel. Pamphlet News & Notes iv Jan 1930
KJ222/26 American Notes. Resumé of the confused bibliographical background Lyman, Philip 49 Jun 1982
KJ295/06&08 AMERICAN NOTES. Revised taxonomy. ‘Punch’ cartoon 6 March 1869 [with explanatory note] 74 Sep 2000
KJ222/20 American Notes. Rudyard Kipling’s West, edited by A.M. Gibson + illus Pinney, Thomas (review) 49 Jun 1982
KJ173/05 Ames, Charles Lesley. Ex Vice-President, USA branch. Obituary Harbord, Reg 37 Mar 1970
KJ067/20 Amphibious. Kipling’s Marine a ‘giddy harumfrodite – sailor & soldier too’ Kiplingiana 10 Oct 1943
KJ035/99 Ampthill, Rt. Hon Lord. Kipling enthusiast. Obituary [Brief reference] ix Sep 1935
KJ388/59 An 1888 review of Departmental Ditties by W.W.Hunter Holberton, Philip Dec 2021
KJ345/60 An Active Acting Sub-Lieutenant C1 KJ343 Wilson, Cdr A.J.W. 87 Mar 2012
KJ388/18 An Afterword to Choudhuri’s essay on Kim Trivedi, Harish Dec 2021
KJ338/25 An Audio Book – My Grandad and Afghanistan. Editorial 84 Sep 2010
KJ358/42 An early Kipling poem Gardner, Chris 88 Sep 2014
KJ335/61 An Editor’s Apology – Ruskin not Carlyle (see KJ334, p.61) Editorial 84 Mar 2010
KJ336/07 An Habitation Enforced Tusser, Thomas 84 Apr 2010
KJ371/24 An illustrated family letter, by Edward and Georgie Burne-Jones to Mike Lacey Burne-Jones, Edward and Georgie 91 Dec 2017
KJ384/10 An Important Discovery Kipling, Rudyard, Ed. Radcliffe, John 94 Dec 2020
KJ004/19 ANCHOR SONG (SSv). Nautical terms? + C1 006/03&07 007/19 008/27 [Essay] + C 005/06&26&28 ii Jan 1928
KJ012/05 ANCHOR SONG (SSv). Text change & terminology problems +C2 013/25 News & Notes + C 014/54 iv Jan 1930
KJ116/02 And a little child shall lead them: Kipling letter addressed to ‘Dear Henry’ Short, Ernest (Notes) 22 Dec 1955
KJ302/48 And something more: an ‘encounter’ with Kipling Alexander, Bill 76 Jun 2002
KJ065/19 Anderson, Miss Sara Dunlop. One-time Kipling secretary. Obituary Kiplingiana 10 Apr 1943
KJ360/62 Andrew Huxley on Kim – letter Mills, Helen 89 Jun 2015
KJ015/79 Androgynous fiction [: ‘Men, women & thrillers’ article in ‘Yale Quarterly’] [Gerould, Katherine F.] iv Oct 1930
KJ299/59 Anglo-American-Polish Association (AAPA). Brief notes News and notices 75 Sep 2001
KJ227/51 Anglo-Indische short story, by Gerhard Stilz [in German] Editor 57 Sep 1983
KJ023/71 Animal Stories, by Rudyard Kipling. Macmillan. 6/- [Review] vi Sep 1932
KJ154/21 Animals. Rudyard Kipling and animals Punch, A.M. 32 Jun 1965
KJ293/69 Annan, Lord. Vice-president. Obituary Editorial 74 Mar 2000
KJ341/67 Année Kipling – 2011: Vernet-Les-Bains 85 Apr 2011
KJ004/06 Annual conference 1927. Summary ii Jan 1928
KJ008/06 Annual conference 1928. Summary iii Jan 1929
KJ010/06 Annual conference 1929. Summary iii Jul 1929
KJ014/37&45 Annual conference 1930. Summary, with ‘donor’ & ‘life’ member details iv Jul 1930
KJ018/36 Annual conference 1931. Summary v Jun 1931
KJ022/39&48 Annual conference 1932. Extended summary vi Jun 1932
KJ026/55 Annual conference 1933. Extended summary vii Jun 1933
KJ030/53 Annual conference 1934. Extended summary viii Jun 1934
KJ034/52 Annual conference 1935. Extended summary ix Jun 1935
KJ038/59 Annual conference 1936. Summary x Jun 1936
KJ042/59 Annual conference 1937. Extended summary xi Jun 1937
KJ046/50 Annual conference 1938. Summary xii Jul 1938
KJ050/76 Annual conference 1939. Brief summary xiii Jul 1939
KJ058/19 Annual conference 1941. Summary 8 Jul 1941
KJ063/11 Annual conference 1942. Brief summary 9 Oct 1942
KJ067/06 Annual conference 1943. Brief summary 10 Oct 1943
KJ070/17 Annual conference 1944. Brief summary 11 Jul 1944
KJ074/02 Annual conference 1945. Brief summary 12 Jul 1945
KJ079/17 Annual conference 1946. Summary 13 Oct 1946
KJ083/10 Annual conference 1947. Brief summary 14 Oct 1947
KJ087/08&03 Annual conference 1948. Summary + Photograph 087/04 15 Oct 1948
KJ398/53 Annual General Meeting 2023 98 May 2024
KJ002/07 Annual luncheon 1927, with main toast by Sir Harry Brittain [with texts of replies] i Jul 1927
KJ006/05 Annual luncheon 1928, with main toast by Lord Birkenhead [with brief texts of replies] ii Jul 1928
KJ010/07 Annual luncheon 1929, with main toast by Capt. W. Vansittart Howard [with texts of replies] iii Jul 1929
KJ011/FP Annual luncheon 1929. Photograph iii Oct 1929
KJ014/47 Annual luncheon 1930, with main toast by the Rt. Hon. Lord Lloyd [with texts of replies] iv Jul 1930
KJ018/37 Annual luncheon 1931, with address by Lord Chelmsford v Jun 1931
KJ022/41 Annual luncheon 1932, with the French Ambassador as Chief Guest [Texts of toasts] vi Jun 1932
KJ023/FP Annual luncheon 1932. Photograph News & Notes vi Sep 1932
KJ026/58 Annual luncheon 1933, with address by the Rt. Hon. L.S. Amery [Text, with toasts] vii Jun 1933
KJ030/56 Annual luncheon 1934, with address by Lord Ampthill + 030/41 (N&N) [Text, with toasts] viii Jun 1934
KJ031/FP&69 Annual luncheon 1934. Landscape format photograph of guests, with names viii Sep 1934
KJ034/55 Annual luncheon 1935, with address by Lord Rennell [Text, with toasts] ix Jun 1935
KJ038/61 Annual luncheon 1936, with address by Maj-General L.C. Dunsterville [Text, with toasts] x Jun 1936
KJ042/62 Annual luncheon 1937, with address by Sir Edward Grigg [Text, with toasts] xi Jun 1937
KJ046/51 Annual luncheon 1938, with address by Viscount Goschen [Text, with toasts] xii Jul 1938
KJ050/64 Annual luncheon 1939, with address by Alfred Noyes [Text, with toasts] xiii Jul 1939
KJ051/08 Annual luncheon 1939. Photograph of President, RK’s sister & cousin xiii Oct 1939
KJ092/01 Annual luncheon 1949, with address by Sir Malcolm Sargent + 092/07 Collins, J.P. (Notes:report) 16 Dec 1949
KJ096/01 Annual luncheon 1950, with address by The Dean of St. Paul’s C 097/17 [Summary of address] + C 17 Dec 1950
KJ100/13 Annual luncheon 1951, with address by Collin Brooks + 100/01 (Notes) [Summary of address] 18 Dec 1951
KJ104/05 Annual luncheon 1952, with address by Somerset Maugham [Text] 19 Dec 1952
KJ108/12 Annual luncheon 1953, with address by Sir Archie Michaelis [Summary of address] 20 Dec 1953
KJ112/16 Annual luncheon 1954, with address by Noel Annan [Event report only] 21 Dec 1954
KJ116/03 Annual luncheon 1955, with address by Eric Linklater + Report 116/15 [Summary of address] 22 Dec 1955
KJ120/15 Annual luncheon 1956, with address by Lord Rowallan [Brief report] 23 Dec 1956
KJ125/14 Annual luncheon 1957, with address by The Earl of Scarbrough [Report] 25 Mar 1958
KJ129/09 Annual luncheon 1958, with address by T.S. Eliot + Editorial 130/03 [Text] 26 Mar 1959
KJ133/09 Annual luncheon 1959, with address by A.L. Rowse [Text] 27 Mar 1960
KJ137/19 Annual luncheon 1960, with address by Lord Birkett [Text] 28 Mar 1961
KJ141/08 Annual luncheon 1961, with address by Charles Carrington [Text] 29 Mar 1962
KJ145/05 Annual luncheon 1962, with address by Eric Linklater [Text] 30 Mar 1963
KJ149/07 Annual luncheon 1963, with address by Bonamy Dobrée [Text] 31 Mar 1964
KJ153/07 Annual luncheon 1964, with address by J.I.M. Stewart [Text] 32 Mar 1965
KJ156/65 Annual luncheon 1965, with address by Nevill Coghill [Text] 32 Dec 1965
KJ161/06 Annual luncheon 1966, with address by Viscount Radcliffe [Text] 34 Mar 1967
KJ165/08 Annual luncheon 1967, with address by Earl Baldwin of Bewdley [Text] 35 Mar 1968
KJ169/06 Annual luncheon 1968, with address by Miss J.M.S. Tompkins [Text] 36 Mar 1969
KJ173/06 Annual luncheon 1969, including the address by Roger Lancelyn Green 37 Mar 1970
KJ177/05 Annual luncheon 1970, including the address by Viscount Cobham 38 Mar 1971
KJ180/04 Annual luncheon 1971, including the address by Earl Baldwin of Bewdley 38 Dec 1971
KJ185/02 Annual luncheon 1972, with an address by Lord Ballantrae Editorial 40 Mar 1973
KJ186/01 Annual luncheon 1973, with an address by John Gross [Not reported] 40 Jun 1973
KJ189/01 Annual luncheon 1974. Not held 41 Mar 1974
KJ197/06 Annual luncheon 1975, including the address by Charles Carrington [Report] See also: C199/15 43 Mar 1976
KJ201/04 Annual luncheon 1976, including the address by Roger Lancelyn Green [See also: Worst slip] 44 Mar 1977
KJ205/10 Annual luncheon 1977, including the address by Kingsley Amis + C 206/16 45 Mar 1978
KJ210/17 Annual luncheon 1978, with a recital by Peter Bellamy McGivering, J.H. (report) 46 Jun 1979
KJ213/26 Annual luncheon 1979, including the address by Lady Birkenhead 47 Mar 1980
KJ217/32 Annual luncheon 1980, including the address (excerpts) by Mrs Sutherland 48 Mar 1981
KJ221/30 Annual luncheon 1981, including the address by Lord Ferrier + illus 49 Mar 1982
KJ221/47 Annual luncheon 1982. Not held 49 Mar 1982
KJ227/36 Annual luncheon 1983, including the address by Sir Angus Wilson [ + illus p42: Madras] 57 Sep 1983
KJ231/08 Annual luncheon 1984, including the address by Sir Jack Boles [Introd: Sir Angus Wilson] 58 Sep 1984
KJ234/10 Annual luncheon 1985, including the address by Professor Pinney 59 Jun 1985
KJ238/40 Annual luncheon 1986, including the address by Lord Annan 60 Jun 1986
KJ242/30 Annual luncheon 1987, including the address by Dr Michael Brock 61 Jun 1987
KJ246/10 Annual luncheon 1988, including the address by Philip Mason (+photo p06) 62 Jun 1988
KJ250/17 Annual luncheon 1989, including the address by Hugh Brogan 63 Jun 1989
KJ254/12 Annual luncheon 1990, including the address by Sir Derek Oulton C255/34 C: Cartoon 255/35 64 Jun 1990
KJ258/11 Annual luncheon 1991, including the address by Andrew Rutherford 65 Jun 1991
KJ262/11 Annual luncheon 1992, including the address by Christopher Morris (+illus) 66 Jun 1992
KJ266/30 Annual luncheon 1993, including the address by Professor John Bayley 67 Jun 1993
KJ270/12 Annual luncheon 1994, including the address by Professor Pierre Coustillas 68 Jun 1994
KJ275/11 Annual luncheon 1995, including the address by Philip Howard 69 Sep 1995
KJ279/10 Annual luncheon 1996, including the address by Terry Waite 70 Sep 1996
KJ283/18 Annual luncheon 1997, including the address by Sir John Chapple 71 Sep 1997
KJ287/12 Annual luncheon 1998, including the address by Sir George Engle Full report, with texts 72 Sep 1998
KJ291/12 Annual luncheon 1999, including the address by David Alan Richards Full report, with texts 73 Sep 1999
KJ295/14 Annual luncheon 2000, including the address by Austin Asche 74 Sep 2000
KJ299/28 Annual luncheon 2001, including the address by Adam Nicolson With various introductions 75 Sep 2001
KJ303/46 Annual luncheon 2002, including the address by Dr Richard Chartres With various introductions 76 Sep 2002
KJ307/29 Annual luncheon 2003, including the address by Sir Nicholas Barrington, K.C.M.G., C.V.O. With various introductions 77 Sep 2003
KJ351/04 Annual Luncheon 2013. including the Address by Major General Sir Sebastian Roberts Introductions and thanks 87 Sep 2013
KJ365/09 Annual Luncheon 2016 The Editor 90 Sep 2016
KJ315/40 Annual Luncheon, 2004, including the Address by John Raisman, C.B.E. With various introductions 79 Sep 2005
KJ311/23 Annual Luncheon, 2004, including the Address by Sir Christopher Bland With various introductions 78 Sep 2004
KJ319/24 Annual Luncheon, 2006 80 Sep 2006
KJ323/59 Annual Luncheon, 2007 81 Sep 2007
KJ328/19 Annual Luncheon, 2008, including the Address by Rear-Admiral Guy F. Liardet With various introductions 82 Sep 2008
KJ333/17 Annual Luncheon, 2009, including the Address by Prof Richard Holmes, C.B.E., T.D., J.P. With various introductions 83 Sep 2009
KJ338/12 Annual Luncheon, 2010, including the Address by Lady Juliet Townsend. With various introductions 84 Sep 2010
KJ343/08 Annual Luncheon, 2011, including the Address by The Rt. Hon. Lord Cope of Berkely. With various introductions 85 Sep 2011
KJ347/05 Annual Luncheon, 2012, including the Address by Mr David Marler. With various introductions 86 Sep 2012
KJ042/67 Annual luncheon. Problem of seating members satisfactorily & Golden Rule! Secretary's corner xi Jun 1937
KJ096/15 ANSWER (v). Kipling’s ‘origins’ Correction: 097/17 C + Correction 17 Dec 1950
KJ233/49 Antarctic. Kipling and the Antarctic C 59 Mar 1985
KJ092/17 Apostolic succession. Kipling and Lt.-General Tucker in Biarritz C 16 Dec 1949
KJ078/10 Appreciation of Kipling…from an American standpoint Price, Frank Julian 13 Jul 1946
KJ216/11 Approach to Kipling: ‘…throwing light on the origin of an interest in K…’ Shamsul Islam 47 Dec 1980
KJ288/75 Archaisms. What does Kipling achieve using deliberate archaisms? C + R 289/38 72 Dec 1998
KJ248/44 ARCHITECT’S ALPHABET (v), with full text C 62 Dec 1988
KJ014/41 Argentina. Open letter from Argentinian member to ‘Clarence & Doris’ Willie' iv Jul 1930
KJ181/17 Armorist. Kipling as armorist Scott-Giles, C.W. 39 Mar 1972
KJ133/04 ARMY OF A DREAM (T&D). ‘Song of the old guard’ preface – parody? Editorial 27 Mar 1960
KJ085/19 ARMY OF A DREAM (T&D). Sanna’s Post and other names query C + R 086/16&17 15 Apr 1948
KJ157/22 ARMY OF A DREAM (T&D). Some thoughts McGivering, J.H. 33 Mar 1966
KJ180/18 Army. Army view of Kipling + Editorial 176/02 Corrie, J. 38 Dec 1971
KJ054/23 Army. Kipling and the British army. Part 1 Hughesdon, Major R.H. 7 Jul 1940
KJ055/08 Army. Kipling and the British army. Part 2 Hughesdon, Major R.H. 7 Oct 1940
KJ154/11 ARREST OF LIEUTENANT GOLIGHTLY (PTFTH). Golighty’s mistake Gilbert, Elliot L. 32 Jun 1965
KJ133/16&02 Art of Rudyard Kipling, by J.M.S. Tomkins. Methuen, 1959. 25/- Maitland, W.G.B. (review) 27 Mar 1960
KJ345/07 Arthur Ransume’s The Picts and the Martyrs: Translating Kipling’s “Regulus” Linglay, Janice M. 87 Mar 2012
KJ252/58 Artist on the march: paintings of India…; sketches by Col. C.F. James (1868) C 63 Dec 1989
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KJ039/96 Artist. Rudyard Kipling’s other art [: in the ‘Just So Stories’] Whitehouse, Francis Cecil x Sep 1936
KJ286/51 Arundell House, Tisbury, Wilts…for sale @ £450,000 C2 72 Jun 1998
KJ261/45 Arundell House, Tisbury, Wilts…occupied more than once by RK & his wife C1 + illus 66 Mar 1992
KJ041/03 As a tale that is told, by Rev. Frederic W. Macdonald [Kipling’s uncle] News & Notes xi Mar 1937
KJ044/107 AS EASY AS A.B.C. (DOC). Connection with new road-slagging machine News & Notes xi Dec 1937
KJ139/22 AS EASY AS A.B.C. (DOC). Discussion meeting (P.W. Inwood) Scott-Giles, I. (report) 28 Sep 1961
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KJ031/74 Ashville College, Harrogate: best Kipling essay competition winner Burkett, R [Excerpt] viii Sep 1934
KJ150/04 Aspects of Kipling’s art, by C.A. Bodelsen. Manchester U.P. 1964. 25/- Editorial short review 31 Jun 1964
KJ304/62 Associations with Kipling C 76 Dec 2002
KJ029/06 At school with Rudyard Kipling: President’s article in Manchester paper News & Notes viii Mar 1934
KJ178/20 AT THE END OF THE PASSAGE (LH). An analysis Meyers, Jeffrey 38 Jun 1971
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KJ274/64 AT THE END OF THE PASSAGE (LH). Spurstow name query C 69 Jun 1995
KJ289/32 Athenaeum portrait by W. Cushing Loring, supposedly of Kipling Society notices 73 Mar 1999
KJ248/38 Athenaeum portrait, correspondence & drawings: artist query CR 250/40 (+illus) 62 Dec 1988
KJ138/05 Aubrey [‘s ‘Brief Lives’] of all people! and others Editorial 28 Jun 1961
KJ068/17 Auctions & sales. £.S.D of the West End [: high prices for bound copies] Kiplingiana 10 Dec 1943
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KJ152/06 Auctions & sales. Collected verse (1928), with fore-edge painting Editorial 31 Dec 1964
KJ168/04 Auctions & sales. Collectors’ items in recent bookshop catalogues Editorial 35 Dec 1968
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KJ166/06 Auctions & sales. Drayton manuscripts. Sotheby & Co. December 1967 Editorial 35 Jun 1968
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KJ011/04 Auctions & sales. Fore-edge paintings News & Notes iii Oct 1929
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KJ259/27 Austen. Kipling and Jane Austen: why did he admire her so? + illus Ashley, Audrey M.D. 65 Sep 1991
KJ148/07 Australia. Kipling in Australia: 12th – 25th November 1891 Primrose, J.B. 30 Dec 1963
KJ042/38 Australia. Original Fairbridge Farm and Kipling Alec-Tweedie, Mrs xi Jun 1937
KJ145/11 Australia. Visit to Australia & New Zealand, Oct-Nov 1891. Full itinerary. Primrose, J.B.+ Edit.145/02 30 Mar 1963
KJ319/04 Australian Branch of the Society Keskar, Jane 80 Sep 2006
KJ016/118 Author’s Club. Lecture by Society President, October 1930 Dunsterville, Maj-Gen. L.C. iv Dec 1930
KJ147/31 Authors and places, by Roger Lancelyn Green. Batsford. 15/- Purefoy, A.E.B. (review) 30 Sep 1963
KJ104/12 Autographs. Adjunct to a literary career [: K’s use of a book-selling device] Yeats, A.W. 19 Dec 1952
KJ035/73 Autographs. One for ‘swaps’ News & Notes ix Sep 1935
KJ073/08 Autographs. R.K. ‘truthfully his autograph’ [: for Paul Lemperley] [with facsimile] 12 Apr 1945
KJ267/09 Baa Baa, black sheep; opera, by Michael Berkeley + C3 274/63 275/48 Editorial (review) 67 Sep 1993
KJ137/26 BAA, BAA, BLACK SHEEP (WWW). [Readers’ guide] Part 1 C1 138/29 Green, Roger Lancelyn + C 28 Mar 1961
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KJ119/04 BAA, BAA, BLACK SHEEP (WWW). Backgrounds in reality Green, R.L. (Notes) 23 Oct 1956
KJ112/02 BAA, BAA, BLACK SHEEP (WWW). Comments by John Connell Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Dec 1954
KJ141/21 BAA, BAA, BLACK SHEEP (WWW). Discussion meeting (Roger Green) Inwood, P.W. (report) 29 Mar 1962
KJ182/07 BAA, BAA, BLACK SHEEP (WWW). Fact or fiction? Carrington, C.E. 39 Jun 1972
KJ189/02 BAA, BAA, BLACK SHEEP (WWW). Granada projected TV play Editorial 41 Mar 1974
KJ260/48 BAA, BAA, BLACK SHEEP (WWW). Life imitating art C2 65 Dec 1991
KJ191/02 BAA, BAA, BLACK SHEEP (WWW). On television (April 21, 1974) Editorial 41 Sep 1974
KJ187/05 Babus. Kipling, English education and the ‘babus’ Chatterjee, Kalyan K. 40 Sep 1973
KJ225/08 BACK TO THE ARMY AGAIN (SSv). Pall Mall Magazine illus. exc, 1894 Editorial 57 Mar 1983
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KJ233/46 Bacon. Kipling and Francis Bacon (+ illus) R 234/32 236/40 C + R 59 Mar 1985
KJ305/25 Bacon. Roger and Francis Bacon and Some Comparisons with Kipling Connell, Prof. T.J. 77 Mar 2003
KJ223/33 Bacon. Roger Bacon and the microscope Editor 56 Sep 1982
KJ295/86 Bacons. Kipling and the Bacons [;Francis 1561-1626/Roger 1214-1292] Connell, Tim [C] 74 Sep 2000
KJ253/32 Baden-Powell, by Tim Jeal. Hutchinson, 1989 Brogan, Hugh (review) 64 Mar 1990
KJ057/02 Baden-Powell. Great pioneer [: memorial service at Westminster Abbey] Notes 8 Apr 1941
KJ266/41 Baden-Powell. Kipling and B-P (with ms letter) [N.B. Date misprint] C 67 Jun 1993
KJ147/06 Bagley. My friend Captain Bagley C 148/31 163/21 Brock P.W. + C 30 Sep 1963
KJ037/04 Bailey, Colonel Charles. Society Secretary. Obituary MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. x Mar 1936
KJ233/54 Baldness. Kipling on his baldness C 59 Mar 1985
KJ085/04 Baldwin, Lord. Memorial service for Kipling’s cousin 15 Apr 1948
KJ187/13 Balestier family history Carrington, C.E. (note) 40 Sep 1973
KJ253/35 Balestier, Wolcott. Kipling and Wolcott Balestier Newsom, Margaret 64 Mar 1990
KJ252/44 Balestier, Wolcott. Wolcott Balestier; essay, 1892 + illustration Gosse, Edmund 63 Dec 1989
KJ286/48 Balestiers. Balestiers, and the Vermont feud [with letter from E.E.Balestier] C [Letter: 27th Jan 1927] 72 Jun 1998
KJ269/44 Balfour. Kipling and Balfour C 68 Mar 1994
KJ027/97 Ballad for ‘The Glorious First of June’ : suggestion for a new Kipling poem C vii Sep 1933
KJ235/59 BALLAD OF BITTERNESS (v). 1883 text ‘to my Mater’ [Mrs Perry] Kipling, Rudyard 59 Sep 1985
KJ071/13 BALLAD OF EAST AND WEST (BRBv). Brains Trust ignorance C1 11 Oct 1944
KJ056/02 BALLAD OF EAST AND WEST (BRBv). Habits of loose quotation Notes 7 Dec 1940
KJ283/50&52 BALLAD OF EAST AND WEST (BRBv). Illus. for Russian ed. + 281/06 Kof, Svetlana 71 Sep 1997
KJ122/16 BALLAD OF EAST AND WEST (BRBv). Kipling and East and West C2 24 Jul 1957
KJ126/25 BALLAD OF EAST AND WEST (BRBv). Scene identified C3 25 Jun 1958
KJ143/31 BALLAD OF THE ‘BOLIVAR’ (v). Plummer-block query R 147/32 C + R [+ 053/29] 29 Sep 1962
KJ066/17 BALLAD OF THE ‘CLAMPHERDOWN’ (v). R.K. and armour Kiplingiana 10 Jul 1943
KJ017/26 Ballade – by one who enjoyed a Beresford lecture but…M’Turk as a man?? Bevey, R. v Apr 1931
KJ046/67 Ballard, Ellis Ames. USA Vice-president. Obituary xii Jul 1938
KJ069/02 Bambridge. Capt. George Bambridge. Kipling’s son-in-law. Obituary Collins, J.P. (Notes) 11 Apr 1944
KJ201/03 Bambridge. Kipling estate: speculation on future documentary publication Editorial 44 Mar 1977
KJ199/02 Bambridge. Mrs Elsie Bambridge, Kipling’s daughter. Goodbye to Una Editorial 43 Sep 1976
KJ200/20 Bambridge. Mrs Elsie Bambridge, Kipling’s daughter. Obituary Carrington, Charles 43 Dec 1976
KJ214/13 Bambridge. NT appeal for memorial to Elsie Bambridge Editorial 47 Jun 1980
KJ110/16 Barclay, Mrs Maud. Vice-president, Victoria B.C. Branch. Obituary 21 Jul 1954
KJ056/14 Baring. Maurice Baring on K. [: ‘what if a great writer came on the scene’] Dowson, Major Ernest 7 Dec 1940
KJ314/56 BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS (v). A new recording C Mattinson, B.J.H. 79 Jun 2005
KJ273/21 BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS (v). As treasure-trove + C2 274/58 Whitehead, John 69 Mar 1995
KJ271/48 BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS (v). Barrack-room terms R 272/54 274/60 C1 + R 68 Sep 1994
KJ280/50 BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS (v). Centenary Ed. & members comments C5 70 Dec 1996
KJ190/16 BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS (v). Discussion meeting (C. Carrington) [Report] 41 Jun 1974
KJ286/47 BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS (v). Lord Milner’s fly-leaf comment C6 [reduced photocopy] 72 Jun 1998
KJ188/04 BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS (v). New edition, ed. Charles Carrington Editorial 40 Dec 1973
KJ207/15 BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS (v). Peter Bellamy sings BRB [on Argo] Shearman, John (brief note) 45 Sep 1978
KJ275/49 BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS (v). Print runs query C3 69 Sep 1995
KJ277/55 BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS (v). Sung, with retail cassette details C4 70 Mar 1996
KJ233/06 BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS (v). Title-page of an unauthorised edition Editorial comment + illus 59 Mar 1985
KJ311/51 BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS. “Tommy This An’ Tommy That”: Kipling’s Soldier Poems Horowitz, Milton 78 Sep 2004
KJ134/04 Barrie, J.M. Friendship with Kipling ‘though they seldom met’ Editorial 27 Jul 1960
KJ146/05 Bateman’s [: ‘should be glad to see you if you care to come over’] + 146/03 Croft-Cooke, Rupert 30 Jun 1963
KJ349/06 Bateman’s Opening in 2013 Editorial 87 Mar 2013
KJ296/12 Bateman’s. ‘Upstairs / Downstairs’ at Bateman’s Claremont, J.V.C. 74 Dec 2000
KJ240/64 Bateman’s. Administration change at Bateman’s R 241/42 C7 + R 60 Dec 1986
KJ026/37 Bateman’s. André Maurois’ visit (quoted in a letter) News & Notes vii Jun 1933
KJ292/55 Bateman’s. As a business [: Andrew Lycett’s ‘Daily Telegraph’ article,10/99] C16 73 Dec 1999
KJ187/04 Bateman’s. At Bateman’s; short poem by A.M. Punch Editorial 40 Sep 1973
KJ053/03 Bateman’s. Bequest to the National Trust and Mrs Kipling’s death Notes 7 Apr 1940
KJ209/03 Bateman’s. Blue Peter at Bateman’s, 1979 Editorial 46 Mar 1979
KJ059/17 Bateman’s. Bombers over Bateman’s Parish, C.W. 8 Oct 1941
KJ033/FP&01 Bateman’s. Brightling Beacon & Pook’s Hill, from Bateman’s. Photograph News & Notes ix Mar 1935
KJ102/02 Bateman’s. Burwash, Bateman’s – and the Admiral Vernon Inn Short, Ernest (Notes) 19 Jul 1952
KJ302/57 Bateman’s. Celebration of Kipling’s words…’for National Trust visitors…’ Society news 76 Jun 2002
KJ237/39 Bateman’s. Changes at Bateman’s C6 60 Mar 1986
KJ089/11 Bateman’s. Could it be Bateman’s? [:1634 date in manor house photograph] 16 Apr 1949
KJ299/56 Bateman’s. Day at Bateman’s, 21 June 2001 Keskar. Jane 75 Sep 2001
KJ291/44 Bateman’s. Day at Bateman’s: Society meeting on18 June, 1999 Smith, Michael 73 Sep 1999
KJ003/02 Bateman’s. Description in ‘Country Homes’ [Brief comment] i Oct 1927
KJ110/01 Bateman’s. Description of its glories in spring Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Jul 1954
KJ250/36 Bateman’s. Duck window + National Trust postcard photograph C10 Correction 63 Jun 1989
KJ162/03 Bateman’s. Exhibition [on ‘Childhood’] at Bateman’s, 1967 Editorial 34 Jun 1967
KJ244/37 Bateman’s. Gale damage, October 1987, with photograph C8 61 Dec 1987
KJ210/03 Bateman’s. In which Kipling plays pooh-sticks C5 46 Jun 1979
KJ285/44 Bateman’s. Jan Wallwork-Wright succeeds David Fox as Property Manager Society notices 72 Mar 1998
KJ284/55 Bateman’s. John Kipling’s rifle query C15 71 Dec 1997
KJ179/03 Bateman’s. Kipling and animals Editorial 38 Sep 1971
KJ258/36 Bateman’s. Kipling and Sussex: a day at Bateman’s + illustration Smith, Michael 65 Jun 1991
KJ252/60 Bateman’s. Kipling and trespassers R 253/48 C11 + R 63 Dec 1989
KJ061/07 Bateman’s. Kipling at home. Part 1: 1911 Ponton, Dorothy 9 Apr 1942
KJ062/09 Bateman’s. Kipling at home. Part 2: Kipling at work 1911-1923 Ponton, Dorothy 9 Jul 1942
KJ063/05 Bateman’s. Kipling at home. Part 3: Kipling’s farm Ponton, Dorothy 9 Oct 1942
KJ054/05&35 Bateman’s. Kipling shrine, with photographs C 055/22 Denny, Rev. Sir. H. + C1 7 Jul 1940
KJ244/42 Bateman’s. Kipling’s Kingdom; an entertainment, performed on 28/8/1987 King, Ron (review) 61 Dec 1987
KJ109/01 Bateman’s. Kipling’s sundial hidden from the sun by a yew-hedge Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Apr 1954
KJ273/59 Bateman’s. Lines on Bateman’s by Ronald King C13 69 Mar 1995
KJ101/02 Bateman’s. Major Jarvis looks back C 102/17 Short, Ernest (Notes) + C2 19 Apr 1952
KJ164/08 Bateman’s. May 1967; poem Punch, Miss A.M. 34 Dec 1967
KJ249/46 Bateman’s. Memories from Mr Woodbine Parish C9 63 Mar 1989
KJ199/13 Bateman’s. Mill at Bateman’s: ‘a great attraction’ C4 43 Sep 1976
KJ271/51 Bateman’s. Mr Ronald King, of Bateman’s See also: 276/61 (Death) C12 68 Sep 1994
KJ077/14 Bateman’s. Mrs Fleming’s visit Parish, C.W. 13 Apr 1946
KJ282/36 Bateman’s. NADFAS preparation for coming season/ David Fox retirement Society notices 71 Jun 1997
KJ055/04 Bateman’s. National Trust report, 1939-40 Notes 7 Oct 1940
KJ060/24 Bateman’s. National Trust report, 1940-1 Kiplingiana 8 Dec 1941
KJ055/03 Bateman’s. New tenant [: Mr. C.W. Parish ‘who has taken a long lease’] Notes 7 Oct 1940
KJ160/02 Bateman’s. Oak, ash and thorn: dramatic production [Summer 1966] Editorial 33 Dec 1966
KJ082/09 Bateman’s. Opening hours, 1947 14 Jul 1947
KJ280/38 Bateman’s. Our week-end at Bateman’s…on 12-15 December 1931 Dunham, Beatrice 70 Dec 1996
KJ022/41ff Bateman’s. Photograph from the north, as approached from Burwash vi Jun 1932
KJ111/01 Bateman’s. Plants from South Africa; restricted library; miniature lake Short, E. (Notes) + 107/01 21 Oct 1954
KJ183/16 Bateman’s. Restoration by Archaeological Society C3 39 Sep 1972
KJ188/05 Bateman’s. Rudyard Kipling lived here: 30,000 visitors in 1972 Editorial 40 Dec 1973
KJ280/61 Bateman’s. Rules for guests. Sotheby 1994 sale item in K’s (?) handwriting C14 70 Dec 1996
KJ135/24 Bateman’s. Society visit on May 26th, 1960. Report Secretary's notes 27 Sep 1960
KJ115/05 Bateman’s. Society’s 2nd annual visit to Bateman’s + photograph 22 Oct 1955
KJ215/34 Bateman’s. Sussex wearing its history like a shawl…; poem Ricketts, Harry 47 Sep 1980
KJ220/46 Bateman’s. They came to Bateman’s… (discussion group report) Ankers, A.K. 48 Dec 1981
KJ139/06 Bateman’s. To let (1961)…advertisement published by the National Trust Editorial 28 Sep 1961
KJ248/21 Bateman’s. Turbine at Bateman’s mill (photograph) Crosland, Philip 62 Dec 1988
KJ144/14 Bateman’s. Visitors to Bateman’s [: ‘all sorts of men cast up at our house’] Newton, Kathleen 29 Dec 1962
KJ109/01 Bateman’s. William Ramsay marooned on Kipling’s pond Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Apr 1954
KJ398/06 Bateman’s at War Howell, Richard 98 May 2024
KJ394/22 Bateman’s Estate Richard Howell 97 Mar 2023
KJ049/37 Bateson, Dr. Vaughan. Distinguished member. Obituary xiii Apr 1939
KJ040/108 BATTLE OF RUPERT SQUARE; story. Synopsis in ‘St. James’ Gazette’ News & Notes x Dec 1936
KJ125/05 BATTLE OF RUPERT SQUARE; story. Text + Editorial 125/02 Kipling, Rudyard 25 Mar 1958
KJ141/05 Bazley collection [: bequeathed to Kipling Society, with duplicates for sale] Editorial 29 Mar 1962
KJ140/06 Bazley, Basil M. Council member. Obituary + Editorial 140/02 Harbord, R. E. 28 Dec 1961
KJ312/56 BBC TV: The B.B.C. Television Series of STALKY & CO. Bendle, M.M., Kirkpatrick, R.J. 78 Dec 2004
KJ141/32 BBC TV. Bookstand: a television disappointment, Dec 1961 Secretary's notes 29 Mar 1962
KJ283/41 BBC TV. Bookworm programme…assistance offered Secretary's notes 71 Sep 1997
KJ138/32 BBC TV. Commemoration of 25th anniversary of K’s death + C137/29 Secretary's notes+C 138/29 28 Jun 1961
KJ137/02 BBC TV. Eye of Allah, December 1960, with critical newspaper comments Editorial 28 Mar 1961
KJ310/63 BBC TV. STALKY & CO. Information wanted for Westward Ho! Community History Project C 78 Jun 2004
KJ152/14 BBC. Dramatised versions of the Indian stories; discussion with producer Report (PWI) + Edit. p02 31 Dec 1964
KJ142/27 Beames. Captain Beames, 19th Bengal Lancers and Gadsby query C 29 Jun 1962
KJ393/06 Beast and Man in India Quinn, Catherine 96 Dec 2022
KJ021/06 BEAUTY SPOTS (L&R). Brief introduction to new story News & Notes vi Mar 1932
KJ239/08 Beefsteak Club Editorial 60 Sep 1986
KJ134/02&03 Beerbohm. …the only virulent relationship in his life…with R.K. Editorial 27 Jun 1960
KJ247/43 Beerbohm. K. and Max Beerbohm. R249/47 251/37 252/52 +illus246/15 C2 + R 62 Sep 1988
KJ286/38 Beerbohm. Max Beerbohm’s caricatures, by N. John Hall. Yale. 1997 C3 72 Jun 1998
KJ053/FP Beerbohm. Max Beerbohm’s letter & caricature of R.K. in ‘School Budget’ 7 Apr 1940
KJ120/02 Beerbohm. The incomparable Max + C 121/15 Editorial + C1 23 Dec 1956
KJ081/07 Bees. Kipling among the bees [: in fact and in his writings] C 083/16 McCance, Norman + C 14 Apr 1947
KJ008/04 Beggar’s Opera with interpolated verses by R.K. and Francois Villon ['Daily Express' report] iii Jan 1929
KJ262/31 Beggars in Red: The British Army 1789-1889, by John Strawson Vermont, David (review) 66 Jun 1992
KJ051/37 BEGINNINGS (DOCv) [: its spirit…represents something of a religion…] xiii Oct 1939
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KJ104/02 Beith, Major-General. Preliminary committee member, 1922. Obituary Short, Ernest (Notes) 19 Dec 1952
KJ089/06 BELL BUOY (FNv). Bibliographical correction [Very brief note] Martindell, Captain E.W. 16 Apr 1949
KJ220/08 Bellamy, Peter. ‘Fox and Firkin’ benefit performance by Peter Bellamy Editorial 48 Dec 1981
KJ292/41 Bellamy, Peter. Wake the vaulted echoes; a celebration of PB on 3 CDs Copper, Bob (review) 73 Dec 1999
KJ160/17 Belloc. Kipling and Belloc Carrington, C.E. 33 Dec 1966
KJ168/17 BELOW THE MILL DAM (T&D). Discussion meeting (A.E.B. Purefoy) Inwood, P.W. (report) 35 Dec 1968
KJ248/10 BELOW THE MILL DAM (T&D). Political allegory in BTMD C 249/32 Parry, Ann + illus + C 62 Dec 1988
KJ094/10 BELTS (BRBv). ‘…treacherous order to Pope’s cavalry brigade…’ MacMunn, Sir George 17 Jul 1950
KJ131/04 BELTS (BRBv). Events which inspired the poem: Sunday Times letters Editorial 26 Sep 1959
KJ130/05 BENEFACTORS; story. Text + Editorial 130/02 Kipling, Rudyard 26 Jun 1959
KJ050/75 Benham, E.E. Cape Town Branch secretary. Obituary xiii Jul 1939
KJ264/53 Bennett. Arnold Bennett on Kipling and Conrad R 265/35 C + R 66 Dec 1992
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KJ301/22 Beresford, G.C. & Wilson, G.A. : on opening a large black trunk… + photos Wilson, Nick 76 Mar 2002
KJ307/20 Beresford, G.C., Robinson, E.Kay. Kipling’s Friends Reminiscing, 1899 Farrant, John H. 77 Sep 2003
KJ045/27 Beresford, George C. M’Turk. Kipling Society No 1. Obituary xii Mar 1938
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KJ277/21 Bermuda. Kipling and Bermuda Stamers-Smith, Eileen 70 Mar 1996
KJ284/12 Bermuda. Kipling in Bermuda, 1930: a detailed investigation C 288/77 Pinney, Thomas + C2 71 Dec 1997
KJ233/43 Bermuda. Kipling, Shakespeare and Bermuda C1 59 Mar 1985
KJ242/43 Bernard. Una Bernard in her first term at Girton College, 1905 Photograph 61 Jun 1987
KJ197/03 Bertolt Brecht and Rudyard Kipling…, by James K. Lyon. 1975 Editorial review 43 Mar 1976
KJ141/22 Best gambling stories, edited by John Welcome. Faber, 1961. 16/- Maitland, W.G.B. (review) 29 Mar 1962
KJ141/23 Best short stories of Rudyard Kipling, ed. Randall Jarrell. New York. Naumburg, Carl T. (review) 29 Mar 1962
KJ093/16 Best stories. ‘…stories which I read most frequently…’ C 17 Apr 1950
KJ049/33 Best stories. Kipling selection [: for a teacher of English in Austria] Browne, Lt.-Col. B.S. xiii Apr 1939
KJ137/05 Best stories. Kipling’s best stories (24): a re-assessment R 139/05 Editorial + 138/04 + R 28 Mar 1961
KJ214/14 Bestiary. Rudyard Kipling’s political ‘Bestiary’ Asker, D.B.D. 47 Jun 1980
KJ214/26 Betjeman. Kipling and Betjeman Ashley, Audrey 47 Jun 1980
KJ200/21 Bewdley. Earl Baldwin of Bewdley, Kipling’s cousin. Obituary. C 199/16 Viscount Cobham + C 43 Dec 1976
KJ215/13 Bewdley. Elspeth, Countess Baldwin of Bewdley. Obituary Editorial 47 Sep 1980
KJ236/11 Bewdley. Rudyard Kipling’s first English residence [in Worcester,1868] Pinney, Thomas + photo 59 Dec 1985
KJ267/50 Bhagalpur. Memorial at Bhagalpur C 67 Sep 1993
KJ149/02 Bible. Kipling and the Bible [: Dr Coggan quotes Kipling’s allusions] Editorial 31 Mar 1964
KJ021/26 Bible. Kipling and the Bible [: quotations & allusions] C 022/62&63 A.J.C. + C1 vi Mar 1932
KJ036/115 Bible. Kipling and the Bible [: reprinted from ‘The Christian World’] ix Dec 1935
KJ032/110&118 Bible. Kipling’s use of the Old Testament+Discussion+032/101+ C2 034/67 MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. viii Dec 1934
KJ109/03 Bible. The Bible, the Prayer Book and Rudyard Kipling Gribbon, Rev. Robert B. 21 Apr 1954
KJ331/67 Bibliography Muir, Margaret 83 Apr 2009
KJ003/04 Bibliography of the works of R.K., by Flora V. Livingston. Elkin Review i Oct 1927
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KJ046/39 Bibliography of the works of R.K., by Flora V. Livingston. Supplement [Review] xii Jul 1938
KJ291/13 Bibliography. Collecting Kipling: Annual luncheon address, 1999 Richards, David Alan 73 Sep 1999
KJ307/58 Bibliography. King George V. Text of 1932 Christmas Broadcast: A Bibliographic Note Ford, Geoffrey 77 Sep 2003
KJ180/22 Bibliography. Rudyard Kipling, 1896-1970: a bibliographical note Howard, P.C & Bojorski.E. 38 Dec 1971
KJ305/54 Bibliomaniacal Inflation 103 Years Ago Editorial Note 77 Mar 2003
KJ004/03 BIG STEAMERS (v). Cartoon in ‘Punch’ News & Notes ii Jan 1928
KJ115/17 Billiards. Mr. Kipling on billiards [: speech at St. Andrew’s University] [Daily Mail: Oct 1923] 22 Oct 1955
KJ214/12 Binding. ‘Bookbinders of London’, for KJ 0171 607 3361: Ian Bailey Editorial (current at Aug97) 47 Jun 1980
KJ221/45 Binding. Hell for leather: preservation query R 222/38 226/42 231/43 C2 + R 49 Mar 1982
KJ025/31 Binding. Suitability of the red leather edition of K’s works for the tropics C1 vii Mar 1933
KJ044/130 Bingham, Robert W. US ambassador & KS member. Obituary xi Dec 1937
KJ121/02 Biographical and critical sketch, by Andrew Lang (in ‘Harper’sWeekly’) Green, R.L. (Notes) 24 Apr 1957
KJ199/03 Birkenhead. Kipling biography – possibility of future publication Editorial 43 Sep 1976
KJ093/13 Birmingham, George A. Guest of honour, Annual Luncheon 1939. Obituary Bazley, Basil M. 17 Apr 1950
KJ273/13 Birthday Book, The Kipling (1896) and the identity of Mr Finn revealed Pinney, Thomas + illus 69 Mar 1995
KJ166/05 Birthplace. Kipling’s birthplace Editorial 35 Jun 1968
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KJ099/16 BLACK JACK (ST). ‘A Waster action’ query C2 18 Oct 1951
KJ250/26 BLACK JACK (ST). An’ ut fell up on his knee… + German/English text Schönpflug, Fritz (illus) 63 Jun 1989
KJ071/03 BLACK JACK (ST). Coincidence in black [: & General Patton’s assault] ['Manchester Guardian' exc] 11 Oct 1944
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KJ062/18 Blue Last: inn with many legends [: ‘Manchester Guardian’ correspondent] Kiplingiana 9 Jul 1942
KJ302/28 Blue roses and green carnations: 3 RK & Oscar Wilde textual interactions Rose, D.C. 76 Jun 2002
KJ165/07 BLUE SKALALLATOOT LETTER to Billy Bathurst (+ map) [Editorial comment 165/02] 35 Mar 1968
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KJ155/25 Board, Major J.A. Society member and illustrator. Obituary Inwood, P.W. 32 Sep 1965
KJ105/15 Bodleian Library. The Bodleian and Kipling C 20 Apr 1953
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KJ271/09 Bohemian Club, San Francisco: K’s verses for the club’s badge, the Owl Editorial 68 Sep 1994
KJ325/06 Bombay (Mumbai) – A Kipling Museum Editorial 82 Mar 2008
KJ040/113 Bombay edition. Publication of 4 volumes March 1937…cancelled Reviews & New Books x Dec 1936
KJ151/23 Bombay. A century later [: Sir Jamsetjee Jijibhoy Art School] C1 31 Sep 1964
KJ221/29 Bombay. Ayah in Victorian Bombay Illus & short note 49 Mar 1982
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KJ189/15 Bombay. Why did Lockwood Kipling go to Bombay?(J. Craig) C2 190/15 Daintith, T.L.A. (report) +C 41 Mar 1974
KJ286/41 BONDS OF DISCIPLINE (T&D). ‘Cockbilling the yards’ query C2 + R 287/52 288/75 72 Jun 1998
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KJ082/04 BONFIRES (v). Bonfires on the ice + 082/01 (Notes) MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. 14 Jul 1947
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KJ097/07 BONFIRES (v). Origin of ‘…bonfires on the ice…’ Pettigrew, Lt.-Col. W.N. 18 Apr 1951
KJ107/06 Bonney, Victor. Vice-president and Past Chairman. Obituary 20 Oct 1953
KJ274/64 Book & Magazine Collector: article on Kipling’s animal stories C 69 Jun 1995
KJ143/32 Book notes: recent and forthcoming Kipling publications 29 Sep 1962
KJ330/67 Book Notice Notes on a Cellar-Book by George Saintsbury, ed. Prof T. Pinney Editor 83 Mar 2009
KJ323/07 Book Notice; A Sussex Kipling Editorial 81 Sep 2007
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KJ005/21&03 BOOK OF WORDS: 31 speeches. Macmillan. 7/6 C 006/29 Review + C1 ii Apr 1928
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KJ050/44 Bookmarks. Melbourne branch secretary presents bookmarks to friends News & Notes xiii Jul 1939
KJ278/23 Bookplate: “Tied up in tails! or tales…”. A sketched design by RK 70 Jun 1996
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KJ065/18 Books and other friends, by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch [: Kipling excerpt] Kiplingiana 10 Apr 1943
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KJ278/21 Books. Kipling and other books. Joint conference with Open University Lewis, Lisa 70 Jun 1996
KJ086/08 Books. Speaking of books [from ‘New York Times Book Review’] Adams, J. Donald 15 Jul 1948
KJ009/26 Bookseller required to forward all forms of Kiplingiana C [+ shop name & address] iii Apr 1929
KJ090/17 Boothby. Guy Boothby and what ‘Mr Kipling says…’ C 16 Jul 1949
KJ141/04 Bootle. Kipling ‘thesis’ in Bootle Editorial 29 Mar 1962
KJ071/16 BOOTS (FNv). Reflected in General Alexander’s beachhead slog Kiplingiana 11 Oct 1944
KJ388/31 Border crossings in Kipling’s early Indian narratives Grover, Madhu Dec 2021
KJ212/04 Borges. Jorge Luis Borges – a Kipling lover in Argentina Editorial 46 Dec 1979
KJ152/04 Boston. T-wharf and ‘dressing down’ Editorial 31 Dec 1964
KJ068/14 Boy who criticised Kipling [: and Kipling’s reply] 10 Dec 1943
KJ107/15 Braddy. Who is Nella Braddy [who wrote ‘Son of Empire’]? R 110/17 C + R 20 Oct 1953
KJ088/02 Brains and [Robert] Bridges: comment on the essay ‘Wordsworth & Kipling’ Collins, J.P. (Notes) 15 Dec 1948
KJ070/06 Brains Trust. Brains Trust & Kipling: names for the B.M.’s 20th tablet [BBC broadcast] + 069/02 11 Jul 1944
KJ194/02 Brattleboro’. In sight of Monadnock Editorial 42 Jun 1975
KJ016/125 Brattleboro’. Photographs prepared for Kipling’s ‘Winter Notebook’ C iv Dec 1930
KJ033/07 Bray, Col. Hugh Alaric. Kipling contemporary at USC. Obituary News & Notes ix Mar 1935
KJ252/55 Brazil. Kipling and Brazil C 63 Dec 1989
KJ093/16 Brazil. Kipling quote in ‘Sunday Times’ query + Response Collins, J.P. (Notes) 17 Apr 1950
KJ004/05 BRAZILIAN SKETCHES. Articles (7) in ‘Morning Post’, 29/11/27 + News & Notes ii Jan 1928
KJ156/70 BREAD UPON THE WATERS (DW). Discussion meeting Inwood, P.W. (report) 32 Dec 1965
KJ182/02 Brecht. ‘Never the twain’ at the Mermaid Theatre, Feb. 1972 C 183/15 Editorial + C1 39 Jun 1972
KJ175/03 Brecht. ‘Never the twain’: Wm Mann’s review in ‘The Times’, 12 May 1970 Editorial 37 Sep 1970
KJ177/02 Brecht. Brecht’s use of Kipling’s intellectual property… Editorial 38 Mar 1971
KJ243/42 Brecht. Kipling and Brecht C2 61 Sep 1987
KJ193/17 Brett, Mrs Nancy. Governess to Elsie and John Kipling. Obituary Purefoy, A.E. Bagwell 42 Mar 1975
KJ100/16 BRIDGE-BUILDERS (DW). ‘…farrago of of bridge building stories…’ C2 18 Dec 1951
KJ237/12 BRIDGE-BUILDERS (DW). Imperialism in ‘The Bridge Builders’. Part 1 Parry, Ann 60 Mar 1986
KJ238/09 BRIDGE-BUILDERS (DW). Imperialism in ‘The Bridge Builders’. Part 2 Parry, Ann 60 Jun 1986
KJ237/11 BRIDGE-BUILDERS (DW). Lascar Peroo; photograph of clay bas-relief Kipling, Lockwood 60 Mar 1986
KJ092/15 BRIDGE-BUILDERS (DW). Who were the bridge builders? R 095/15 C1 + R 16 Dec 1949
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KJ319/06 Bridges Editorial 80 Sep 2006
KJ272/56 Brief encounter…with the Kiplings in the 1920s C 68 Dec 1994
KJ065/03&01 Britain’s interpreter: Rudyard Kipling. ‘What should they know of England..’ Martindell, Captain E.W. 10 Apr 1943
KJ085/14 British barmaid […including reference to Mrs Bathhurst] + C 134/21 [Monthly Bulletin, 11/47] 15 Apr 1948
KJ161/02 British Columbia centennial celebration and Kipling plaque Editorial 34 Mar 1967
KJ172/16 British Columbia regrets Hanson, R.M. 36 Dec 1969
KJ029/03 British Empire toast: written at the request of L.S.Amery & Sir Frank Fox Kipling, Rudyard viii Mar 1934
KJ170/15 British image of India, by Allen J. Greenberger. OUP. 45/- Green, R. L. (review) 36 Jun 1969
KJ182/04 British in India museum Editorial 39 Jun 1972
KJ187/02 British in India: exhibition in Brighton, May 1973 Editorial 40 Sep 1973
KJ029/06 British Museum Library: will it some day possess K’s uncollected work? News & Notes viii Mar 1934
KJ224/15 British overseas, by C.E.Carrington. Rudyard Kipling [ Chapter 10 excerpt] 56 Dec 1982
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KJ338/06 British Pathé Archive Editorial 84 Sep 2010
KJ238/58 British poets and secret societies, by Marie Roberts. Croom Helm, 1986 Hamill, John (review) 60 Jun 1986
KJ069/16 British way of life [: references to R.K. in ‘The People’, 2/1/44] Kiplingiana 11 Apr 1944
KJ012/03 Broadcasts. Kipling broadcast cancelled for health reasons News & Notes iv Jan 1930
KJ061/12 Broadcasts. Kipling broadcasts organised by E.N.S.A. Full details 9 Apr 1942
KJ172/14 Broadcasts. Kipling’s broadcasts Underwood, F.A. 36 Dec 1969
KJ027/71 Broadcasts. Voice ‘came over’ quite clearly at Canadian authors’ luncheon News & Notes vii Sep 1933
KJ299/46 Brock, Dr. Michael. Drawing Frink, Dame Elizabeth 75 Sep 2001
KJ193/17 Brock. Mrs P.W. Brock, Chairman of Council’s wife. Obituary Purefoy, A.E. Bagwell 42 Mar 1975
KJ253/50 BROKEN-LINK HANDICAP (PTFTH). Press report of ‘ultrasonic’ gun C 64 Mar 1990
KJ254/47 BROKEN-LINK HANDICAP (PTFTH). Shackles…bucking off Brunt Bailly, Léon (illus) 64 Jun 1990
KJ256/06 BRONCKHURST DIVORCE CASE (PTFTH). French edition illustration Bailly, Léon 64 Dec 1990
KJ142/18 Brontës. Kipling and the Brontës Purefoy, A. E. Bagwell 29 Jun 1962
KJ142/23 Brooking, J.H.C. Founder of Kipling Society. Obituary 29 Jun 1962
KJ233/08 Brooking, Mrs D. Kipling Society’s founder’s widow. Obituary Editorial note 59 Mar 1985
KJ281/60 BROOKLAND ROAD (R&F). Kipling’s strange poem R 282/45 C + R 71 Mar 1997
KJ043/98 BROTHER SQUARE-TOES (R&F). Apothecary Toby Hirte & Red Jacket C1 xi Sep 1937
KJ140/27 BROTHER SQUARE-TOES (R&F). Discussion meeting (Col. Purefoy) Scott-Giles, I (report) 28 Dec 1961
KJ113/09 BROTHER SQUARE-TOES (R&F). R.K.’s use of historical material. Pt 1 Weygandt, Ann W. 22 Apr 1955
KJ118/10 BROTHER SQUARE-TOES (R&F). R.K.’s use of historical material. Pt 2 Weygandt, Ann W. 23 Jul 1956
KJ235/53 BROTHER SQUARE-TOES (R&F). Tobias Herte and Chateaubriand C2 59 Sep 1985
KJ135/25 Broughton, Mrs Grace. Vice-president of Melbourne branch. Obituary Batten, E.J. 27 Sep 1960
KJ138/06 Brown, Hilton. Author. Obituary Green, Roger Lancelyn 28 Jun 1961
KJ317/18 Brown’s Hotel, London Editorial 80 Mar 2006
KJ227/08 Brown’s Hotel. Background Editorial 57 Sep 1983
KJ138/33 Brown’s Hotel. Kipling’s room with ‘…selection of pictures…’ Secretary's notes 28 Jun 1961
KJ280/09 Brown’s Hotel. Statement Editorial 70 Dec 1996
KJ149/32 Browne, Lt-Col Barwick Sharp. Ex-Council member. Obituary 31 Mar 1964
KJ155/22 Browning, Lt-General Sir Frederick. 3rd President of KS. Obituary Harbord, R.E. 32 Sep 1965
KJ175/06 Browning. Browning and Kipling Carrington, C.E. 37 Sep 1970
KJ100/04&02 Browning. Some Browning echoes at Bateman’s. Pt 1 + Pt 2: 101/04 Yeats, A.W. + C 101/15 18 Dec 1951
KJ362/66 Bruce Bairnsfather (letter to the Editor) Holt, Tonie and Valmai 89 Dec 2015
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KJ139/23 Bruche, General Sir Julius. ex-Vice President. Obituary Maitland, W.G.B. 28 Sep 1961
KJ267/48 BRUGGLESMITH (MI). “Ask a p’liceman!” (+ illus p51) R 268/48 C2 + R 67 Sep 1993
KJ162/16 BRUGGLESMITH (MI). Discussion meeting (Colonel Purefoy) Inwood, P.W. (report) 34 Jun 1967
KJ115/10 BRUGGLESMITH (MI). Readers’ guide C 114/17 Harbord, R.E. + C1 22 Oct 1955
KJ275/36 Brushes of comets’ hair; presentation by John Clegg at Bateman’s (+p6) Smith, Michael (review) 69 Sep 1995
KJ098/04 BRUSHWOOD BOY (DW). Another analysis Stanford, J.K. 18 Jul 1951
KJ016/119 BRUSHWOOD BOY (DW). Book & magazine text comparisons suggested iv Dec 1930
KJ291/31 BRUSHWOOD BOY (DW). Cottar, as captain of games Lowell, Orson (illus) 73 Sep 1999
KJ148/04 BRUSHWOOD BOY (DW). Cottar’s marching song query Editorial 30 Dec 1963
KJ097/03 BRUSHWOOD BOY (DW). Critical analysis C:098/16 099/17 R: 099/17 Allen, B.W. + C1 + R 18 Apr 1951
KJ291/06,8&9 BRUSHWOOD BOY (DW). George Cottar’s map of his Dream Country Kipling (?), with notes 73 Sep 1999
KJ265/06 BRUSHWOOD BOY (DW). If it’s a fish or a trunk, I won’t Lowell, Orson (illus) 67 Mar 1993
KJ204/03 BRUSHWOOD BOY (DW). In search of The Brushwood Boy Editorial 44 Dec 1977
KJ291/33 BRUSHWOOD BOY (DW). Miriam Lacy ‘in a state of happy shock’ Lowell, Orson (illus) 73 Sep 1999
KJ294/53 BRUSHWOOD BOY (DW). Non-dancing Tenth C3 74 Jun 2000
KJ119/10 BRUSHWOOD BOY (DW). Over the edge of the Purple Down Green, Roger Lancelyn 23 Oct 1956
KJ291/06 BRUSHWOOD BOY (DW). Poppy frame for George Cottar’s map Lowell, Orson (illus) 73 Sep 1999
KJ139/24 BRUSHWOOD BOY (DW). Readers’ guide Green, Roger Lancelyn 28 Sep 1961
KJ115/03 BRUSHWOOD BOY (DW). Stalky and the BB. C:116/16 118/17 R:117/15 Green, Roger Lancelyn+C2 22 Oct 1955
KJ291/26 BRUSHWOOD BOY (DW). Strange case of the BB &’Wm the Conqueror’ Asche, Austin 73 Sep 1999
KJ261/34 BRUSHWOOD BOY (DW). Twelve-inch flower-pot on each foot Lowell, Orson (illus) 66 Mar 1992
KJ261/08 BRUSHWOOD BOY (DW). Upon gigantic doorsteps Lowell, Orson (illus) 66 Mar 1992
KJ142/02 BUBBLING WELL ROAD (LH). Bubbling Well Road and ‘funny’ stories Browne, B.S. 29 Jun 1962
KJ133/22 BUBBLING WELL ROAD (LH). Kipling’s strange descriptions query C 27 Mar 1960
KJ126/13 Buchanan, Mrs Edith. Founder New Zealand Branch. Obituary Harbord, R.E. 25 Jun 1958
KJ375/66 Buddha at Kamakura (letter) Holberton, Philip 92 Sep 2018
KJ323/64 BUDDHA AT KAMAKURA C1 Diamond, Bryan C. 81 Sep 2007
KJ194/17 Buddhism. Rudyard Kipling’s early interest in Buddhism C 42 Jun 1975
KJ046/58&65 Builders. Kipling and the builders. Discussion meeting + 046/33 [News…] Hall, Austen, H. xii Jul 1938
KJ084/05 Bulawayo. Rudyard Kipling and Charlie Duly + 084/01 (Notes) ['Bulawayo Chronicle' exc.] 14 Dec 1947
KJ306/09 BULL THAT THOUGHT (D&C). Comments by Jean Maler Rives, Max (Adapted by) 77 Jun 2003
KJ216/41 Burglar who liked to quote Kipling, by Lawrence Block. 1979 Shearman, John (review) 47 Dec 1980
KJ368/46 Burma, Kipling, and Western music: the riff from Mandalay, by Andrew Seith. Review Montefiore, Janet 91 Jun 2017
KJ242/06 Burma. King Theebaw and Queen Supaya-Lat Photograph 61 Jun 1987
KJ151/21 Burma. Kipling’s Burma C1 31 Sep 1964
KJ219/12 Burma. Kipling’s Burma, with sketch map & Shwedagon photograph Editor [?] 48 Sep 1981
KJ070/13 Burma. Nightmare of names; an idea of the journalist’s trials 11 Jul 1944
KJ090/09 Burma. Outside the Empire Bazley, Basil M. 16 Jul 1949
KJ219/18 Burma. Pagoda [:’old Moulmein Pagoda’]+ Rangoon sketch C 222/36&39 Crozier, L.A. + photo + C2 48 Sep 1981
KJ242/10 Burma. Pretty girls and very bad cheroots Photograph 61 Jun 1987
KJ243/44 Burne-Jones. Letters to Kipling on the birth of a son (+ illus) 61 Sep 1987
KJ274/54 Burne-Jones. Tensions within the family C 69 Jun 1995
KJ381/47 Burning Boys, the life and work of Stephen Crane, review Andrew Scragg 96 Jun 2022
KJ196/13 BURNING OF THE SARAH SANDS (L&ST). Prolegomenon. Part 1 McGivering, J.H. 42 Dec 1975
KJ197/09 BURNING OF THE SARAH SANDS (L&ST). Prolegomenon. Part 2 McGivering, J.H. 43 Mar 1976
KJ198/08 BURNING OF THE SARAH SANDS (L&ST). Prolegomenon. Part 3 McGivering, J.H. 43 Jun 1976
KJ277/62 Burton and Strickland: biographer’s enquiry C + 288/80 70 Mar 1996
KJ130/25 Burwash and the Sussex Weald, by James Goodwin. Courier Pub. Co. 12/6 Bazley, Basil M. (review) 26 Jun 1959
KJ175/03 Burwash edition. 28 volumes reprinted in USA: 400 sets each priced at $745 Editorial 37 Sep 1970
KJ297/59 Burwash. Accommodation (b&b) in Burwash [for pilgrimage to Bateman’s] Smith, Michael 75 Mar 2001
KJ012/21 Burwash. American at Burwash [: article in ‘American Bookman’ 10/29] Maurice, A.B. iv Jan 1930
KJ035/97 Burwash. Bear Hotel special dining room called ‘The Kipling Chamber’ ix Sep 1935
KJ091/03 Burwash. Bells of Burwash [: ‘The full ring of eight bells…’] ['Times' article] 16 Oct 1949
KJ044/107 Burwash. Burwash boy and Rudyard Kipling [‘Sussex County Magazine’] News & Notes xi Dec 1937
KJ010/FP Burwash. Church photograph [News & Notes] iii Jul 1929
KJ299/55 Burwash. Kipling visits to Burwash and decorating at Bateman’s C 75 Sep 2001
KJ286/35 Burwash. War memorial: support from KS sought for restoration Society notices 72 Jun 1998
KJ016/101 Business man’s debt to Kipling + 016/97 (News & Notes) Goodenough, Sir Francis iv Dec 1930
KJ005/01ff Bust. Biscuit ceramic ware bust by Carlo Norway [ + 005/05 News & Notes] ii Apr 1928
KJ055/FP Bust. Bronze bust of R.K. Illustration See also: 044/131 046/70 050/46 Bingguely-Lejeune, Mme 7 Oct 1940
KJ349/08 But Now England Hath Taken Me! Xie, Qing 87 Mar 2013
KJ242/08 Butler. Lady Butler: battle artist 1846-1933. Exhibition: Nat. Army Museum Editorial 61 Jun 1987
KJ319/62 Buying Books C1 Hougham, Michael 80 Sep 2006
KJ075/01 Caesar’s verdict [: K’s power to relate present period with the classic age] Collins, J.P (Notes) 12 Oct 1945
KJ034/FP&33 Calendar. Kipling calendar: plate designed by Lockwood Kipling. Photo. News & Notes ix Jun 1935
KJ048/109 Calendar. Rudyard Kipling calendar [1939]. G. Delgado Ltd. 3/6 [Brief comment] xii Dec 1938
KJ252/09 California. Kipling and America’s defenceless coasts (+ illus pp 06,11) Editorial 63 Dec 1989
KJ080/15 California. Kipling in California [: the Burwash Church replica, Glendale] Birnie, Elizabeth 13 Dec 1946
KJ282/45 California. Kipling society in California, December 1940 (?) C 71 Jun 1997
KJ320/56 Call For Essays: Ford Maddox Ford’s Literary Contacts Saunders, Prof Max 80 Dec 2006
KJ060/25 Calling Mr. Kipling; poem from the ‘Atlanta Constitution’, USA Kiplingiana 8 Dec 1941
KJ278/50 Calypso. ‘…Kipling done to a calypso beat…’ C 70 Jun 1996
KJ279/64 CAMEL’S HUMP (JSS). No ‘frowsting’ in Amis’s ‘The old devils’ C 70 Sep 1996
KJ233/08 Cameron, James. President of the Kipling Society 1977-80. Obituary Editorial 59 Mar 1985
KJ033/25 CAMPAIGNING PHRASE BOOK. An introduction MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. ix Mar 1935
KJ071/15 CAMPAIGNING PHRASE BOOK. Written ‘in the regimental volapuk’ C 11 Oct 1944
KJ269/34 Canada. Canadian Engineers’ initiation rite R 270/61 271/46 274/39 C4 + R 68 Mar 1994
KJ077/16 Canada. Canadian Engineers’ initiation rite: The Obligation (with text) Stewart, James McG. 13 Apr 1946
KJ106/16 Canada. Kipling & Ritual relating to the calling of a professional engineer. C2 20 Jul 1953
KJ236/33 Canada. Kipling and a Canadian guide to Britain C3 59 Dec 1985
KJ058/22 Canada. Kipling Club for children in Toronto C1 8 Jul 1941
KJ035/70 Canada. Kipling meets 84 Canadian boys and girls in Eastbourne News & Notes ix Sep 1935
KJ272/49 Canada. Kipling on Canada C5 68 Dec 1994
KJ021/24 Canada. Kipling Room in Toronto [Public Library] Locke, George H. vi Mar 1932
KJ025/04 Canada. Ottawa speech, and other current Kipling ‘literary’ occupations News & Notes vii Mar 1933
KJ098/10 Canada. R.K. and the Canadian Authors [Dinner. Speech at Claridge’s 1933] BBC text transcription 18 Jul 1951
KJ051/04 Canada. Sudbury and the story of an epitaph + 053/06 [Notes] + 052/05 052/48 xiii Oct 1939
KJ079/05 Canigou. K. letter to M. George Auriol on the ‘magician among mountains’ C 13 Oct 1946
KJ380/55 Captains Courageous Waters, Michael 93 Dec 2019
KJ354/25 Captains Courageous and Impressionism Berrong, Richard M 88 Jun 2014
KJ314/31 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS and The Light that Failed: Studies in Endurance Annis, Geoffrey 79 Jun 2005
KJ251/11 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. …and the American empire + illustrations Karlin, Danny 63 Sep 1989
KJ227/11 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. …and the Hispanic world + illustrations Watson, Fiona 57 Sep 1983
KJ036/107 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. Banning from Boston schools demand News & Notes ix Dec 1935
KJ278/55&57 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. Characteristic drawings from USA eds Busoni, Rafaello 70 Jun 1996
KJ267/42 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. Freddie Bartholemew’s death R 268/43 C3 + R + Taber illus(p57) 67 Sep 1993
KJ223/17 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. Gaelic-speaking black cook Kipling, Lockwood (illus) 56 Sep 1982
KJ279/36 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. German translation, with illustration p38 Haefs, Gisbert 70 Sep 1996
KJ267/57 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. Harvey taught to steer the schooner Taber, I.W. (illus) 67 Sep 1993
KJ056/23 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. Information sources requested Kiplingiana 7 Dec 1940
KJ151/10 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. Kim & CC; discussion meeting (K.K.Singh) Inwood, P.W. (report) 31 Sep 1964
KJ292/22 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. Kipling & Gloucester; the inspiration for CC McAveeney, David 73 Dec 1999
KJ280/10 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. Kipling in Gloucester: the writing of CC Editorial 70 Dec 1996
KJ055/10 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. Kipling origins [: for Harvey & ‘Penn’] Carpenter, Wm. M. 7 Oct 1940
KJ289/22 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. Kipling’s revision [of the text] Ormond, Leonée 73 Mar 1999
KJ279/09 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. New edition: OUP 1995 Editorial 70 Sep 1996
KJ019/94 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. Railroad run authenticity C1 v Sep 1931
KJ276/57 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. Record railroad ride C4 69 Dec 1995
KJ154/08 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. Tempest-a-brewing Editorial 32 Jun 1965
KJ251/06 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. The ‘We’re Here’; illus. in 1921 French ed. Unnamed artist 63 Sep 1989
KJ292/31 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. The ‘We’re Here’; illustration Taber, I.W. 73 Dec 1999
KJ195/10 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. Who was Slatin Beeman?C 199/15 R205/15 Tower, W.S. + C2 + R 42 Sep 1975
KJ262/36 CAPTIVE (T&D). Bow and spear query C 66 Jun 1992
KJ056/21 CAPTIVE (T&D). Churchill’s use of ‘innocuous deseutude’ Kiplingiana 7 Dec 1940
KJ067/20 CAPTIVE (T&D). Kipling anticipates motor-driven guns Kiplingiana 10 Oct 1943
KJ019/70 Capture of the Snark; set of verses in ‘Cape Times’, 1904. + 019/67 (N&N) Willmot, H.G. v Sep 1931
KJ084/02 Cargo of Kiplingiana [: from Bradford Public Library] Collins, J.P. (Notes) 14 Dec 1947
KJ289/36 Carleton, Will. Kipling and Carleton C 73 Mar 1999
KJ216/10 Carlson, John Victor. President of Melbourne branch, 1973-80. Obituary Editorial 47 Dec 1980
KJ158/10 Carlyle. Carlyle and Kipling. Part 1 + Part 2: 159/11 + Part 3: 160/11 Rutherford, Andrew 33 Jun 1966
KJ051/03 Carlyle. Kipling and Carlyle News & Notes xiii Oct 1939
KJ137/33 Carpenter, Mrs W.M. Wife of U.S.A. Kipling authority. Obituary Naumburg, C.T. 38 Mar 1961
KJ059/02 Carpenter, W.M. Kipling collection presented to the Library of Congress Notes + 085/06 (additions) 8 Oct 1941
KJ020/104 Carpenter, W.M. Vice-President. Obituary + 020/98 (News & Notes) E.W.M. v Dec 1931
KJ121/15 Carrington: RK Life & Work. Cheap eds: amendment by J.H.C. Brooking C2 24 Apr 1957
KJ117/11 Carrington: RK Life & Work. Discussion group meeting Purefoy, A.E.B. (report) 23 Apr 1956
KJ116/07 Carrington: RK Life & Work. How the book was written Carrington, C.E. 22 Dec 1955
KJ117/05 Carrington: RK Life & Work. Review Bazley, Basil M. 23 Apr 1956
KJ120/03 Carrington: RK Life & Work. Spectator review – included ‘for amusement’ Bazley, Basil M. (Notes) 23 Dec 1956
KJ118/08 Carrington: RK Life & Work. Thoughts on ‘Carrington’ Purefoy, A.E. Bagwell 23 Jul 1956
KJ120/04 Carrington: RK Life & Work. Thoughts on the ‘Life’ C 120/16 121/16 Mulgan, Alan + C1 23 Dec 1956
KJ242/55 Carrington. 90th birthday celebration Membership news 61 Jun 1987
KJ255/09 Carrington. Charles Edmund Carrington MC 1897-1990. Obituary Editorial 64 Sep 1990
KJ224/11 Carrington. Kipling’s official biographer at 85: a retrospect + illus Carrington, C.E. 56 Dec 1982
KJ255/11 Carrington. Memories of Carrington Cave, Merrie 64 Sep 1990
KJ221/39 Carrington. Vote of thanks given to Lord Ferrier at annual luncheon, 1981 49 Mar 1982
KJ206/02 Carroll. Kipling and Lewis Carroll Editorial 45 Jun 1978
KJ036/111 Carson, Lord. Kipling admirer. Obituary ix Dec 1935
KJ277/06&08 Cartoon (RK): …hardly a friendly depiction… with further editorial comment Levene, David 70 Mar 1996
KJ275/08 Cartoon (RK): Hardly a likeness ‘…in the 1890s…’ + 276/09 CR 277/64 Editorial + CR 69 Sep 1995
KJ269/08 Cartoon (RK): I think Rudyard’s feeling a bit “iffy” today Finch, Frank 68 Mar 1994
KJ213/12 Cartoon (RK): Nobel prize winner, 1907 [Glasgow Weekly Herald] 47 Mar 1980
KJ214/19 Cartoon (RK): Such a tongue…in the Westminster Gazette, 21 May 1914 47 Jun 1980
KJ265/08 Cartoon. A cigar is only a cigar, but a good woman is a smoke (Spectator) Newman, Nick 67 Mar 1993
KJ071/02 Cartoon. Hitler consults his magician, musing ‘East is east & west is west’ [Glasgow Herald] 11 Oct 1944
KJ259/62 Carved stick. Kipling letter, and a carved stick (with ms reproduction) C 65 Sep 1991
KJ033/05 CASE OF DAVY’S SOW. Letter to the ‘Sunday Times’, Feb. 1935 News & Notes ix Mar 1935
KJ214/08 Cassell’s Magazine front cover, January 1908, with Kipling portrait Paddy, C.M. (illustrator) 47 Jun 1980
KJ121/13 Castier, Jules. Vice-president. Obituary 24 Apr 1957
KJ284/56 CAT THAT WALKED BY HIMSELF (JSS). Bat & the cat; illustration Walter I.V. 71 Dec 1997
KJ290/23 CAT THAT WALKED BY HIMSELF (JSS). Cat that ran; illustration Walter, I.V. 73 Jun 1999
KJ250/40 CAT THAT WALKED BY HIMSELF (JSS). Felix the cat inspiration C2 63 Jun 1989
KJ112/01 CAT THAT WALKED BY HIMSELF (JSS). Gt. Westerford connection? Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Dec 1954
KJ123/10 CAT THAT WALKED BY HIMSELF (JSS). Legend that Kipling knew? ['Cat' journal excerpt] 24 Oct 1957
KJ045/30 CAT THAT WALKED BY HIMSELF (JSS). Not a lovable character C1 xii Mar 1938
KJ037/11 Catalogue intimate & descriptive of my Kipling Collection, by E.A. Ballard [Presented to the Library] x Mar 1936
KJ208/16 Catchphrases in Kipling R 211/15 C + R 45 Dec 1978
KJ198/03 Cats. Kipling and cats C 199/14 Editorial + C 43 Jun 1976
KJ011/14 Caught a Tartar! [: tale of a ‘difficult’ woman in Bideford] Carpenter, W.M. iii Oct 1929
KJ028/108 Celebrities. Kipling to survive the ‘mass mediocrity characteristic of to-day’ News & Notes vii Dec 1933
KJ156/10 Centenary. American message C 157/28 Naumburg, Carl T. + C1 32 Dec 1965
KJ150/19 Centenary. Anticipation + 153/02 155/02 (Editorials) Secretary's notes 31 Jun 1964
KJ157/06 Centenary. Articles on Kipling from various sources R 158/02 160/03&25 Editorial + R 33 Mar 1966
KJ154/09 Centenary. Bateman’s exhibition: ‘The very own house’ Editorial 32 Jun 1965
KJ157/03 Centenary. BBC radio and television programmes Editorial 33 Mar 1966
KJ164/19 Centenary. Cuttings: Kipling scrap book 1; discuss. meeting (Mrs. Purefoy) Text 34 Dec 1967
KJ165/19 Centenary. Cuttings: Kipling scrap book 2; discuss. meeting (Mrs. Purefoy) Text + C3 167/22 35 Mar 1968
KJ166/23 Centenary. Cuttings: Kipling scrap book 3; discuss. meeting (Mrs. Purefoy) Text 35 Jun 1968
KJ156/04&09 Centenary. Editorial introduction Green, Roger Lancelyn 32 Dec 1965
KJ156/84 Centenary. Epilogue: Twilight in the Abbey + ‘final tributes…’ (p85) C2 32 Dec 1965
KJ157/10 Centenary. Exhibitions: Princetown University Library Editorial 33 Mar 1966
KJ154/10 Centenary. Exhibitions: Stratford-upon-Avon, and others + 155/05&13 Editorial 32 Jun 1965
KJ157/04 Centenary. Lectures [3] on Kipling Editorial 33 Mar 1966
KJ157/26 Centenary. Melbourne branch activity Secretary's notes 33 Mar 1966
KJ154/03 Centenary. Old books in new jackets [:Macmillan’s Centenary Edition] Editorial 32 Jun 1965
KJ157/12 Centenary. President’s open letter of thanks to editor and officers Harbord, R.E. 33 Mar 1966
KJ153/05 Centenary. Rudyard Kipling – a centenary revaluation:NY conference report Editorial 32 Mar 1965
KJ156/08 Centenary. Studies…byViscount Radcliffe and Jack Dunman Editorial 32 Dec 1965
KJ156/56 Centenary. To whom does Kipling speak today? Gilbert, Elliot L 32 Dec 1965
KJ157/02 Centenary. Westminster Abbey celebrations + Tape recording 157/25 Editorial + Photo. 157/13 33 Mar 1966
KJ040/135 CENTURION OF THE 30TH (POPH). K.’s ‘fortuitous bullseye’ C1 x Dec 1936
KJ104/16 CENTURION OF THE 30TH (POPH). Who wrote: Cur mundus militat…? C2 + Translation 19 Dec 1952
KJ163/05 Century Club. Kipling’s membership details, 1895 Editorial 34 Sep 1967
KJ035/74 Chamberlain Club. Kipling and Lord Hailsham fill two vacancies News & Notes ix Sep 1935
KJ047/74 Chandler Kipling collection presented to the Library of Congress News & Notes xii Oct 1938
KJ081/15 Chandler, Rear-Admiral Lloyd H. Society Vice-President. Obituary 14 Apr 1947
KJ074/17 Chandler, Rear-Admiral Theodore. Vice-President’s son. Obituary 12 Jul 1945
KJ271/59 Change from cakes: ‘Kipling’ shop in Belgium… R 273/57 C + R 68 Sep 1994
KJ338/06 Change of Treasurer: Ray Beck replaces Frank Noah Editorial 84 Sep 2010
KJ237/52 Changing of kings: memories of Burma 1934-1949, by Sir Leslie Glass Editorial note 60 Mar 1986
KJ069/12 Chantey of the nations; a ‘Punch’ extract of the year 1902 [: set of verses] 11 Apr 1944
KJ106/02 Chantry of the nations: mock attribution to R.K. in Punch, 1902. [Stanza] Short, Ernest (Notes) 20 Jul 1953
KJ219/08 Chaplin, Eric. Kipling Journal editor 1939-1957. Obituary Editorial 48 Sep 1981
KJ122/11 Chapter headings. Kipling’s chapter headings C 123/10 Purefoy, A.E. Bagwell + C 24 Jul 1957
KJ346/07 Characterisations Of Otherness: Physiognomic Practice In Kipling’s India Sprague, Trevor 86 Jun 2012
KJ002/05 Characters of Kipling; short poems. No 1: Mowgli speaks Bloch, Regina Miriam i Jul 1927
KJ003/13 Characters of Kipling; short poems. No 2: King’s Ankus white cobra speaks Bloch, Regina Miriam i Oct 1927
KJ004/24 Characters of Kipling; short poems. No 3: Beyond the Pale woman speaks Bloch, Regina Miriam ii Jan 1928
KJ005/10 Characters of Kipling; short poems. No 4: Kim speaks Bloch, Regina Miriam ii Apr 1928
KJ006/28 Characters of Kipling; short poems. No 5: Kim’s Lama speaks Bloch, Regina Miriam ii Jul 1928
KJ322/34 CHARADE; A New Verse Note by Kipling from 1892 Lawler, Traugott 81 Jun 2007
KJ323/67 CHARADE; L.B.R. Briggs and T.S. Eliot C1 322/34 Lawler, Traugott 81 Sep 2007
KJ052/08 Charing Cross. Kipling and Charing Cross: an interesting anniversary Collins, J.P. + 052/04 xiii Dec 1939
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