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KJ001/02 Kipling Society, The. Inaugural officers, 1927 i Mar 1927
KJ001/02 Kipling Society, The. Secretary 1. J.H. Brooking appointed Inaugural officers list i Mar 1927
KJ001/03 Rudyard Kipling and his works. Photograph, with ‘Who’s Who’ entry i Mar 1927
KJ001/04 Kipling Society, The. What is the use of a Kipling Society?…with answer. i Mar 1927
KJ001/05 Kipling Society, The. Formation note MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. i Mar 1927
KJ001/06 Kipling Society, The. Inaugural meeting. February 4, 1927 + 002/02 (News & Notes) i Mar 1927
KJ001/07 To Rudyard Kipling; poem + 002/02 (News & Notes) Bloch, Regina Miriam i Mar 1927
KJ001/08 United Services College. Contemporary circle [: characters in ‘Stalky’ noted] + C1 002/26(2) 004/28 i Mar 1927
KJ001/09 United Services College. Recollections of schoolboy life Stalky' i Mar 1927
KJ001/13 Origins. Some Kipling origins. Part 1 MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. i Mar 1927
KJ001/14 United Services College. Plea that failed [: reminiscences of padre ‘Belly’] M'Turk' i Mar 1927
KJ001/16 Crypticisms. 1: Secretary invites members to send puzzling items to K.J. i Mar 1927
KJ001/17 United Services College. K’s poem to Queen Victoria in USC ‘Chronicle’ Beresford, G.C. i Mar 1927
KJ001/18 United Services College. Cricket field photograph in the 1890s i Mar 1927
KJ001/18 United Services College. Golf and Westward Ho! Taylor, J.H. i Mar 1927
KJ001/22 Prophet. Rudyard Kipling – state prophet Brooking, J.H.C. i Mar 1927
KJ001/25 Rudyardites. Kipling Society not the first in the field Brooking, J.H.C. i Mar 1927
KJ001/26 Six famous poets, by Coulson Kernahan [: Kipling’s use of words] [Excerpts] i Mar 1927
KJ001/27 Uncollected Kipling items R 002/28 003/04 C 002/27 003/07 Brooking, J.H.C. + R + C i Mar 1927
KJ001/28 I learned to Kiple as a lad…; 4-line verse Mackenzie, Sir J. K. i Mar 1927
KJ001/28 Limitations of knowledge; poem in ‘Pall Mall Gazette’, 1894 i Mar 1927
KJ001/29 Prophet. Poet as prophet Fox, Gerard E. i Mar 1927
KJ001/30ff Allahabad. Kipling’s office furniture at the ‘Pioneer’ Photograph i Mar 1927
KJ001/31 Journalism. Kipling’s early association with journalism Rattigan, Clive i Mar 1927
KJ001/33 Kipling Society, The. Members. 1 – 100 listed [Corrections: 004/04] i Mar 1927
KJ002/01 Kipling Journal, The. Editor 1: Brooking J.H.C. News & Notes i Jul 1927
KJ002/01 Kipling Journal, The. Editor 2: Young, W.A. and publication delay reason News & Notes i Jul 1927
KJ002/03 Kipling Journal, The. Members suggestions for future contents News & Notes i Jul 1927
KJ002/03 Regrets; verse, with apologies to R.K. and to… ‘Mulvaney’… Chandler, Capt. L.H. i Jul 1927
KJ002/04 Auctions & sales. Hodgson & Co sell ‘Schoolboy Lyrics’ for £420 i Jul 1927
KJ002/04 Cigarette cards. Kipling’s caricature in ‘John Player’ series. With text News & Notes i Jul 1927
KJ002/04 Kipling Society, The. Membership. Card designed by Miss Doris Ardley News & Notes + 001/25 i Jul 1927
KJ002/05 Characters of Kipling; short poems. No 1: Mowgli speaks Bloch, Regina Miriam i Jul 1927
KJ002/06 Examination paper [: questions from K.’s works] Answers 003/05 G.M.H. + C 004/28 i Jul 1927
KJ002/07 Annual luncheon 1927, with main toast by Sir Harry Brittain [with texts of replies] i Jul 1927
KJ002/07ff Dunsterville, Maj-General L.C. Photograph of First President Kipling Soc. + 'Who's Who' 002/19 i Jul 1927
KJ002/13 United Services College. Reminiscences of [school] and R.K.’s career Beresford, G.C. i Jul 1927
KJ002/20&02 Origins. Some Kipling origins. Part 2 MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. i Jul 1927
KJ002/23 Sea shanties. Rudyard Kipling – shantyman Brown, Edgar R. i Jul 1927
KJ002/26 Names. Former spellings of Kipling and general background details C1 i Jul 1927
KJ002/26 STALKY & CO. Fictional basis of story ‘cannot be allowed’ C1 i Jul 1927
KJ002/26ff&03 United Services College. Pupils with R.K. in the centre. Photograph [+identifications 003/01] i Jul 1927
KJ002/29 Kipling Society, The. Members. 101 – 300 listed [Corrections: 003/07] i Jul 1927
KJ002/32 Kipling Society, The. Aims and objects restated i Jul 1927
KJ003/02 Auctions & sales. Holograph transcript of ‘A Lesson’ sold for £210 News & Notes i Oct 1927
KJ003/02 Auctions & sales. Kipling sales realise £805 for 2 items at Sotheby & Co News & Notes i Oct 1927
KJ003/02 Bateman’s. Description in ‘Country Homes’ [Brief comment] i Oct 1927
KJ003/03 Strand Magazine K. stories held up by American publication formalities News & Notes i Oct 1927
KJ003/03&02 To Rudyard Kipling; lines from a Danish sailor to an English poet Laursen, Alfred Holm i Oct 1927
KJ003/04 Bibliography of the works of R.K., by Flora V. Livingston. Elkin Review i Oct 1927
KJ003/07 Heart of a maid, by Mrs Fleming – can the mystery be cleared up? C i Oct 1927
KJ003/08 Kipling Society, The. Members. (c450) in many towns and cities [Places listed] i Oct 1927
KJ003/09 Lockwood Kipling. Bombay Art School Soloman, Capt. W.E.G. i Oct 1927
KJ003/09ff Lockwood Kipling. Photograph [: no information, but not 1883] i Oct 1927
KJ003/13 Characters of Kipling; short poems. No 2: King’s Ankus white cobra speaks Bloch, Regina Miriam i Oct 1927
KJ003/14 Less-known Kipling writings + 002/02 (News & Notes) Martindell, Captain E.W. i Oct 1927
KJ003/24ff Beresford, George C. Photograph of M’Turk of ‘Stalky & Co’ i Oct 1927
KJ003/25 Engineers. Kipling and engineering Hon. Editor i Oct 1927
KJ003/28&01 Hindustani. Glossary: words found in R.K.’s works C 004/29 Maitland, W.G.B. + C i Oct 1927
KJ003/30 Kipling Society, The. Members. 301 – 450 listed i Oct 1927
KJ004/01 Kipling Society, The. Badge (enamelled) adopted by Council. Illustration News & Notes + C 021/30 ii Jan 1928
KJ004/01 Kipling Society, The. Birmingham Circle. Founded October 1927 News & Notes ii Jan 1928
KJ004/02 Stalky & Co.’s names and why were they so-called – with explanations News & Notes ii Jan 1928
KJ004/03 Auctions & sales. Anderson Galleries auction incl. ‘Smith Administration’ News & Notes ii Jan 1928
KJ004/03 BIG STEAMERS (v). Cartoon in ‘Punch’ News & Notes ii Jan 1928
KJ004/03 St. Andrews University. Kipling Prize awards + 005/02 (News & Notes) News & Notes ii Jan 1928
KJ004/03 St. Andrews University. Kipling Rector 1922-1925 News & Notes ii Jan 1928
KJ004/04 Indian memorial speech at Neuve Chapelle: brief paragraph in ‘Daily Mail’ News & Notes ii Jan 1928
KJ004/04 Westward Ho! Cliffs on Western Hill to be named Kipling Tors News & Notes ii Jan 1928
KJ004/05 BRAZILIAN SKETCHES. Articles (7) in ‘Morning Post’, 29/11/27 + News & Notes ii Jan 1928
KJ004/05 Favourite stories. 1: Invitation to members to send in 12 favourite titles ii Jan 1928
KJ004/05 Kipling Society, The. Library premises sought News & Notes ii Jan 1928
KJ004/06 Annual conference 1927. Summary ii Jan 1928
KJ004/06 Genius of R.K. ‘Morning Post’ quotes Kipling as ‘master of prose and verse’ ii Jan 1928
KJ004/08ff Rudyard Kipling: photograph from a chalk drawing made in 1902 Hopper, Gerald ii Jan 1928
KJ004/09 Critics. Kipling and the critics [: books about K. & reviews of earlier works] Hon. Ed. + 005/16&C1 29 ii Jan 1928
KJ004/09 Kipling guide book, by W. Roberton. Holland Co. 1899 [Brief comment] ii Jan 1928
KJ004/10 Ken of Kipling, by William M. Clemens. Morang & Co. Toronto. 1899 [Brief comment] ii Jan 1928
KJ004/10 Rudyard Kipling, a criticism, by Richard Le Gallienne. John Lane. 1900 [Review] ii Jan 1928
KJ004/11 Kipling primer, by F. Lawrence Knowles. Chatto & Windus. 1900 [Review] ii Jan 1928
KJ004/11 Rudyard Kipling: the man and his work.., by G.F. Monkshood. Clarke.1902 [Review] ii Jan 1928
KJ004/12 Handling of words, by Vernon Lee. John Lane. 1923 [Review] ii Jan 1928
KJ004/12 Word-formation in Kipling, by W. Leeb-Lundberg. Heffer. 1909 [Review] ii Jan 1928
KJ004/13 Rudyard Kipling, by John Palmer. Nisbet & Co. 1915 [Review] ii Jan 1928
KJ004/13 Rudyard Kipling: a critical study, by Cyril Falls. Martin Secker. 1915 [Review] ii Jan 1928
KJ004/14 Merlin’s Isle: a study of R.K.’s England, by W. Worster. Gyldendal. 1920 [Review] ii Jan 1928
KJ004/15 Kipling and his soldiers, by Patrick Braybrooke. C.W. Daniel & Co. 1926 [Brief comment] ii Jan 1928
KJ004/15 Three studies in English literature, by André Chevrillon. Heinemann. 1923 [Review] ii Jan 1928
KJ004/18&02 Poetry. Poetry of Rudyard Kipling; Peter Bone Prize essay abstract Croom-Johnson, Henry P. ii Jan 1928
KJ004/19 ANCHOR SONG (SSv). Nautical terms? + C1 006/03&07 007/19 008/27 [Essay] + C 005/06&26&28 ii Jan 1928
KJ004/23 JUST SO STORIES. Are the inscriptions real runes? R 005/30 006/29 C1 + R ii Jan 1928
KJ004/23 KIM. Reminiscences of India and the story of Kim MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. ii Jan 1928
KJ004/24 Characters of Kipling; short poems. No 3: Beyond the Pale woman speaks Bloch, Regina Miriam ii Jan 1928
KJ004/24 Kipling scene. Photograph [: of Sussex haystacks?] ii Jan 1928
KJ004/25 New inclusive verse 1885-1926, by Rudyard Kipling. Hodder & Stoughton Review [Pub 10/26] ii Jan 1928
KJ004/26 Medicine Hat. Kipling’s ‘advice’ to ‘The Hat’ Martindell, Captain E.W. ii Jan 1928
KJ004/29 War memorial inscriptions requested C ii Jan 1928
KJ004/30 Auctions & sales. First editions offered by Sotheby & Co. ii Jan 1928
KJ005/01ff Bust. Biscuit ceramic ware bust by Carlo Norway [ + 005/05 News & Notes] ii Apr 1928
KJ005/01 Kipling Society, The. Members. Overseas names & addresses (Inset) News & Notes ii Apr 1928
KJ005/02 Critics. Kipling deals with the enduring problems of humanity (Dobrée) News & Notes + 011/04 ii Apr 1928
KJ005/02 SUPPLICATION OF THE BLACK ABERDEEN (v). Illustrations listed ['Strand Magazine', etc] ii Apr 1928
KJ005/03 Critics. Kipling is a supreme interviewer… (Ellis Roberts) News & Notes ii Apr 1928
KJ005/04 Coffee. Planter upset at K.’s preference for Brazilian coffee News & Notes ii Apr 1928
KJ005/04 Hardy. Pall-bearers listed at Thomas Hardy’s funeral News & Notes ii Apr 1928
KJ005/04 Kipling: the man and his work; lecture by Miss Ellen Bowick News & Notes ii Apr 1928
KJ005/04 Robinson, Edward Kay. Kipling’s editor at the CMG, Lahore. Obituary News & Notes ii Apr 1928
KJ005/05 Mr. Punch’s Personalities: Kipling one of a series of portraits + stanza News & Notes ii Apr 1928
KJ005/06 Kipling Society, The. Midland[s] Circle meeting, Jan 11, 1928 ii Apr 1928
KJ005/07 Favourite stories. 2: Suggestion well received. 15 listings included + C1 006/30 & 31 ii Apr 1928
KJ005/10 .007 (DW). How should the title be pronounced? R 007/20 C1 + R ii Apr 1928
KJ005/10 Characters of Kipling; short poems. No 4: Kim speaks Bloch, Regina Miriam ii Apr 1928
KJ005/10 JUNGLE BOOKS. How should Mowgli be pronounced? C1 ii Apr 1928
KJ005/10 Publishing. How many firms have published works by Kipling? C ii Apr 1928
KJ005/11 Names. Rudyard Kipling: a name study + 004/22 (News & Notes) Bloch, Miss R.M. ii Apr 1928
KJ005/12 KNIGHTS OF THE JOYOUS VENTURE (POPH). Source material Ferguson, J. DeLancey ii Apr 1928
KJ005/16 Kipling: some early influences; more reminiscences by M’Turk Beresford, G.C. ii Apr 1928
KJ005/18 Auctions & sales. American Art Association sale, January 1928 ii Apr 1928
KJ005/20 Auctions & sales. Items of great interest at Sotheby & Co, April 1928 ii Apr 1928
KJ005/21&03 BOOK OF WORDS: 31 speeches. Macmillan. 7/6 C 006/29 Review + C1 ii Apr 1928
KJ005/22 Stalky’s reminiscences, by Maj-Gen. L.C. Dunsterville. Cape 7/6. 1928 Review ii Apr 1928
KJ005/24 Scrutinies: unsympathetic studies of our elders by some of the juniors… [Brief review] ii Apr 1928
KJ005/25 Lawrence, T.E. Kipling and Lawrence [: a question of plagiarism?] C1 ii Apr 1928
KJ005/29 Kipling Society, The. Fitting link [with] Britons overseas C ii Apr 1928
KJ005/29 Papua. Staff surveyor who ‘never go[es] without a set of Kipling’ C ii Apr 1928
KJ005/29 Pen picture of Kipling at work: tales handed down in the CMG C ii Apr 1928
KJ005/30 Kipling Journal, The. Pagination suggestion C1 ii Apr 1928
KJ006/01 Kipling Society, The. Membership. Overseas locations list ii Jul 1928
KJ006/02 CHILDREN’S SONG (POPHv). Publisher enquiry. See also: Music settings News & Notes ii Jul 1928
KJ006/02 HYMN BEFORE ACTION (SSv). Brighton choir objects to words News & Notes ii Jul 1928
KJ006/02 Kipling Society, The. Secretary 1. J.H. Brooking resigned News & Notes ii Jul 1928
KJ006/02 Kipling Society, The. Secretary 2. R.T. Gibson Fleming appointed News & Notes ii Jul 1928
KJ006/03 Greatest men and women now living: American committee decides on 12 News & Notes ii Jul 1928
KJ006/03 LIGHT THAT FAILED. Cast members of New Theatre first production News & Notes ii Jul 1928
KJ006/05 Annual luncheon 1928, with main toast by Lord Birkenhead [with brief texts of replies] ii Jul 1928
KJ006/08 Auctions & sales. Kipling prices: 1928 (1) ii Jul 1928
KJ006/09ff&04 Allahabad. Publishing office of the ‘Pioneer’. Photograph [Caption wrong: 007/03] ii Jul 1928
KJ006/09 Off the beaten track with Kipling [: abstracts from a paper] Martindell, Captain E.W. ii Jul 1928
KJ006/15 Poetry. Kipling’s place in English poetry [: abstracts from a paper] Stokes, Robert ii Jul 1928
KJ006/20 England. Kipling and the spirit of England + 006/03 (News & Notes) Fairclough, J.E.B. ii Jul 1928
KJ006/24&02 BOOK OF WORDS: 31 speeches. Quotations from the literary reviews [The Nation / TLS] ii Jul 1928
KJ006/24ff&04 Lahore. CMG courtyard office. Photograph [Caption wrong: 007/03] ii Jul 1928
KJ006/25 Music settings. Kipling set to music [: a schedule of songs] Mackenzie-Skues, F.W. ii Jul 1928
KJ006/28 Characters of Kipling; short poems. No 5: Kim’s Lama speaks Bloch, Regina Miriam ii Jul 1928
KJ006/30 MUSE AMONG THE MOTORS (v). Original texts sought in ‘Daily Mail’ C [with correction] ii Jul 1928
KJ007/01 Auctions & sales. First editions in Ralph Allen catalogue News & Notes ii Oct 1928
KJ007/01 Auctions & sales. Pre-war magazines with Kipling items sell at a premium News & Notes ii Oct 1928
KJ007/02 DAYSPRING MISHANDLED (L&R). In ‘Strand Magazine’, July 1928 News & Notes ii Oct 1928
KJ007/03 Favourite poems. 1: Invitation to members to send in 12 favourite poems ii Oct 1928
KJ007/03 Kipling Society, The. Beresford becomes Member No 1 – inadvertently News & Notes ii Oct 1928
KJ007/04 SCHOOLBOY LYRICS (v) & Juvenalia: ‘McTurk’ (sic) on a famous book Beresford, G.C. ii Oct 1928
KJ007/07 Auctions & sales. Kipling prices: 1928 (2) ii Oct 1928
KJ007/008ff TWO LIVES (v). Photostat text from ‘The World’, November 8, 1882 Kipling, Rudyard ii Oct 1928
KJ007/09 Kipling about – in London for a week C 009/27 011/23 012/22 A Hustling American + C ii Oct 1928
KJ007/16ff Habitation of the Downs. Photograph, with quotes by R.K. & Hilaire Belloc ii Oct 1928
KJ007/16 Rudyardites. Sussex scene; what the Rudyardites found + 007/03 (N&N) Rudyardites + C 007/21 ii Oct 1928
KJ007/18 (2) Favourite stories. 3: 2 lists from further afield + 007/03 (News & Notes) + C2 008/26 009/26 ii Oct 1928
KJ007/20 .007 (DW). Locomotive song and Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody No 2 C2 ii Oct 1928
KJ007/20 IF (R&Fv). Will Carleton lines [quoted] as poem source? C1 ii Oct 1928
KJ007/20 NAULAHKA. How is it pronounced? C1 ii Oct 1928
KJ007/21 Critics. Essays by Lionel Johnson in ‘The Academy’, 1891-2 C2 ii Oct 1928
KJ007/22 Dreams and visions: the supernatural and uncanny in R.K.’s works Willan, Miss E. ii Oct 1928
KJ007/23 To be read thrice: a tribute [: in ‘The London Magazine’, August 1928] Frankau, Gilbert ii Oct 1928
KJ008/02 Copyright. Kipling imposes restrictions after a speech News & Notes iii Jan 1929
KJ008/02 WOMAN IN HIS LIFE (L&R). Capital story in ‘London Magazine’ News & Notes iii Jan 1929
KJ008/03 German. Debits & Credits translated by Hans Reiusiger as ‘Bilanz’ News & Notes iii Jan 1929
KJ008/03 German. Stalky & Co. translated by Norbert Jacques as ‘Staaks & Genossen’ News & Notes iii Jan 1929
KJ008/03 Journalists’ war memorial inscription by Kipling: ‘We have served our day’ News & Notes iii Jan 1929
KJ008/03 Next Rudyard Kipling came along…skit by Reg. Arkell in ‘Meet the People’ News & Notes iii Jan 1929
KJ008/04 Beggar’s Opera with interpolated verses by R.K. and Francois Villon ['Daily Express' report] iii Jan 1929
KJ008/04 Parody. Brett Harte’s parodies sought News & Notes iii Jan 1929
KJ008/04 Popularising Kipling in schools R 011/25 News & Notes + R iii Jan 1929
KJ008/04 Spink, Theodore. Kipling’s first publisher, who died on October 28, 1928 News & Notes iii Jan 1929
KJ008/05 Kipling Society, The. Brooking, J.H.C. To be named as ‘FOUNDER’ News & Notes iii Jan 1929
KJ008/06 Annual conference 1928. Summary iii Jan 1929
KJ008/08&05 Kipling Society, The. How the Kiplian got its Society Brooking, J.H.C. iii Jan 1929
KJ008/14 Auctions & sales. Kipling prices: 1928 (3) iii Jan 1929
KJ008/16 Music settings. Children’s song (POPH), set by H.B. Riley. + Piano score [Emanuel School 'Old Boy'] iii Jan 1929
KJ008/17 Kipling Society, The. Midland Circle inaugurate a Kipling dinner [with toast texts] iii Jan 1929
KJ008/21 Imperialism. Kipling’s imperialism: reply to the charge that K. is jingoistic Stokes, Robert iii Jan 1929
KJ008/24&01 Travel. Mr Kipling on travel [: at Liverpool Shipbrokers’ Benevolent Soc.] [Speech on Oct 26, 1928] iii Jan 1929
KJ008/28 USA. As America sees him [: article in ‘New York Herald Tribune’ 9/28] iii Jan 1929
KJ008/30 Favourite poems. 2: Poems not as popular as stories, but 3 selections given iii Jan 1929
KJ008/32&26 On Rudyard Kipling’s Barrack Room Ballads; poem Drennan, Dr. John S. iii Jan 1929
KJ009/01 MYSTIFICATION OF SANTA CLAUS. Amusing story of Indian journey News & Notes iii Apr 1929
KJ009/02 JUNGLE BOOKS. Miniature reproductions of the Detmold pictures @ 1/- News & Notes iii Apr 1929
KJ009/03 Egypt. Kiplings wintering in Egypt – with illustration in ‘The Sphinx’ News & Notes iii Apr 1929
KJ009/03 Euclid. Kipling’s copy of ‘Euclid Elements’ sold at Bideford News & Notes + 011/03 iii Apr 1929
KJ009/03 French. Life’s Handicap (14 stories) translated as ‘Au Hasarde de la Vie’ News & Notes iii Apr 1929
KJ009/05&02 Kipling Society, The. Membership. Associates: 12 to 18 year-olds iii Apr 1929
KJ009/06 Kipling for all: popular edition urged by Major A. Corbett-Smith ['Sunday Express' article] iii Apr 1929
KJ009/08ff United Services College. Approach to the College. Photograph iii Apr 1929
KJ009/09 England. Rudyard Kipling’s England [: ‘…in both poetry and prose…’] Bazley, Basil M. iii Apr 1929
KJ009/17 Parody. The blesséd Damozel lean’d out… [: a tableau fable after Rosetti] iii Apr 1929
KJ009/18 Illustration. R.K. in caricature and cartoon + 010/24 C 011/24 Hon. Editor + C1 iii Apr 1929
KJ009/22 Dream come true; 16-line poem T.E.E. iii Apr 1929
KJ009/23 Collecting. Kipling collecting [‘…but not of rare and expensive items…’] German-Reed, T. iii Apr 1929
KJ009/24ff United Services College. Twelve bleak houses by the shore. Photograph iii Apr 1929
KJ009/26 Bookseller required to forward all forms of Kiplingiana C [+ shop name & address] iii Apr 1929
KJ009/26 Guns of Burrasal; source of phenomenon requested C iii Apr 1929
KJ009/27 Mary Ambree; poem. Source and author requested R 010/02 (N&N) C + R iii Apr 1929
KJ009/28 Auctions & sales. Kipling prices: 1929 (1) iii Apr 1929
KJ009/30 Favourite poems. 3: Further 3 selections iii Apr 1929
KJ009/31 Kipling Society, The. Scottish secretary appointed: Dr. Elizabeth C. Mudie Secretary's announcements iii Apr 1929
KJ009/31 Kipling Society, The. US secretary. Capt. L.H.Chandler Secretary's announcements iii Apr 1929
KJ010/FP Burwash. Church photograph [News & Notes] iii Jul 1929
KJ010/FP WELAND’S SWORD (POPH). Corner of the Great Woods. Photograph [News & Notes] iii Jul 1929
KJ010/02 SCHOOL HISTORY OF ENGLAND. Banned in British Guiana News & Notes iii Jul 1929
KJ010/03 Kipling Society, The. Badge ‘brings a member luck’ News & Notes iii Jul 1929
KJ010/03 PLAIN TALES FROM THE HILLS. Flora Annie Steel = Mrs Hauksbee? News & Notes iii Jul 1929
KJ010/04 Rotherham Council reject ‘Kipling’ street names as ‘he didn’t write poetry’ News & Notes iii Jul 1929
KJ010/04 Swastika [: ‘…a sign…of the widest and most appropriate application…’] Brown, Edgar iii Jul 1929
KJ010/06 Annual conference 1929. Summary iii Jul 1929
KJ010/07 Annual luncheon 1929, with main toast by Capt. W. Vansittart Howard [with texts of replies] iii Jul 1929
KJ010/09 MANY INVENTIONS. Characters from ‘Many Inventions’: 1 [Short poem by T.E.E.] iii Jul 1929
KJ010/10 Letters. Kipling’s influence on English and Dominion Letters Stokes, Robert iii Jul 1929
KJ010/13 Philosophy of Rudyard Kipling [: Midland Circle lecture excerpt] C 011/24 Harvey, G.M. + C iii Jul 1929
KJ010/22 Bibliography of the works of R.K., by Flora V. Livingston. Notes (update) C [from author] iii Jul 1929
KJ010/22 Simla. Lurgan Sahib’s place + photograph 010/FP C1 iii Jul 1929
KJ010/23 Precocious anthropography; 4-line poem C.G.N. iii Jul 1929
KJ010/27 Silver domino. Was this written by Kipling’s sister? References wanted & found iii Jul 1929
KJ010/27 VOORTREKKER (v). Quotation query R 011/23 C1 + R iii Jul 1929
KJ010/28 Poetry of Rudyard Kipling [: excerpt from a Foyle’s Literary Lecture] Blakemore, Trevor iii Jul 1929
KJ010/29 Auctions & sales. Kipling prices: 1929 (2) iii Jul 1929
KJ011/FP Annual luncheon 1929. Photograph iii Oct 1929
KJ011/02 March of Praise: collaboration between Kipling and Elgar News & Notes iii Oct 1929
KJ011/02 Music settings. Recessional: Sullivan’s difficulty and Kipling’s ‘drone’ News & Notes iii Oct 1929
KJ011/03 CHURCH THAT WAS AT ANTIOCH (L&R). New magazine publication News & Notes iii Oct 1929
KJ011/03 SATISFACTION OF A GENTLEMAN (S&C). New magazine publication News & Notes iii Oct 1929
KJ011/04 Auctions & sales. Fore-edge paintings News & Notes iii Oct 1929
KJ011/04 Rottingdean. Reuter’s News Agency MD buys Kipling’s former home News & Notes iii Oct 1929
KJ011/05&01 USA. Kipling in America [: from Doubleday, Doran & Co. brochure] Cooper, Anice Page iii Oct 1929
KJ011/08 Rudyard Kipling: abstract from a paper read before the Midland circle Neal, T. D. + 011/01(N&N) iii Oct 1929
KJ011/14 Caught a Tartar! [: tale of a ‘difficult’ woman in Bideford] Carpenter, W.M. iii Oct 1929
KJ011/16 On Kipling [: ‘Daily News’ series – letters to living authors] Lynd, Thomas (Lit. Editor) iii Oct 1929
KJ011/18 Favourite poems. 4: Selections from Australia & South Africa iii Oct 1929
KJ011/18 Favourite stories. 4: Final selection from Australia iii Oct 1929
KJ011/19 MANY INVENTIONS. Characters from ‘Many Inventions’: 2 [Short poem] iii Oct 1929
KJ011/20 Auctions & sales. Kipling prices: 1929 (3) + 011/02 (N&N) iii Oct 1929
KJ011/23 STRANGER (v). Current application in South Africa C iii Oct 1929
KJ011/26 DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES (v). General Wilkinson’s request for copies C1 iii Oct 1929
KJ011/27 DEPARTMENTAL DITTIES (v). Copy found for 6d. Any other K. titles? References wanted & found iii Oct 1929
KJ011/27 IN THE PRESENCE (DOC). How much truth is there in the story? References wanted & found iii Oct 1929
KJ011/27 LONDON STONE (v). Has this been collected? R 014/54 References wanted & found iii Oct 1929
KJ011/27 Music settings. Current recordings requested R 013/26&27 014/53 C1 + R iii Oct 1929
KJ011/27 Music settings. Recessional: query about a ‘proper tune’ References wanted & found iii Oct 1929
KJ011/28 Mr. Kipling [: 4-line poem in ‘Diet of Crisps’] Phillips, H. iii Oct 1929
KJ011/28 REWARDS & FAIRIES. Title interpretation & Kipling’s reply R 012/24 References wanted & found iii Oct 1929
KJ011/29 Childhood. Kipling in childhood: a woman member looks back iii Oct 1929
KJ011/30 Allahabad. Footsteps of Kipling [: ‘T.P.’s Weekly’ article excerpt, 8/1929] Makin, W.J. iii Oct 1929
KJ012/FP ON THE GREAT WALL (POPH). Hadrian’s Wall. Photograph [+News & Notes 012/01] iv Jan 1930
KJ012/02 American cats, by Gabriel Engel. Pamphlet News & Notes iv Jan 1930
KJ012/02 Kipling appendix, by Gabriel Engel. Pamphlet [: Kipling refuses a $ a word] News & Notes iv Jan 1930
KJ012/03 Broadcasts. Kipling broadcast cancelled for health reasons News & Notes iv Jan 1930
KJ012/03 Correctanea…pirate editions of Dinah Shadd, by Gabriel Engel. Pamphlet News & Notes iv Jan 1930
KJ012/03 TENDER ACHILLES (L&R). First publication in ‘The London Magazine’ News & Notes iv Jan 1930
KJ012/04 Freemasonry. Masonic tool presented by Kipling to his Mother Lodge News & Notes iv Jan 1930
KJ012/04 IF (R&Fv). Used to encourage men after ‘Pathfinder’ sinking News & Notes iv Jan 1930
KJ012/04 Kipling and America, by W.M. Carpenter. Forthcoming item News & Notes iv Jan 1930
KJ012/05 ANCHOR SONG (SSv). Text change & terminology problems +C2 013/25 News & Notes + C 014/54 iv Jan 1930
KJ012/05 ENGLISH WAY (v). First appearance in ‘The Legion Book’ News & Notes iv Jan 1930
KJ012/05 Favourite poems. 5: Final list from Port Moresby News & Notes iv Jan 1930
KJ012/05 Poems 1886-1929, by Rudyard Kipling. Macmillan. 500 signed copies News & Notes iv Jan 1930
KJ012/07 Life and school: Mr. Kipling on Lord Milner and other things [Exc. from the Daily Press] iv Jan 1930
KJ012/08 MANY INVENTIONS. Characters from ‘Many Inventions’: 3 [Short poem] iv Jan 1930
KJ012/09 United Services College. Veritable and apocryphal Kipling C 014/54 Beresford, G.C. + C2 iv Jan 1930
KJ012/12 Complete Stalky and Co., by Rudyard Kipling. Macmillan. 1929 [Short comment] iv Jan 1930
KJ012/13 Swastika. Further note on Kipling’s emblems Bloch, Regina Miriam iv Jan 1930
KJ012/14 Kipling Society, The. Scottish Circle. Inaugural meeting iv Jan 1930
KJ012/15 Kipling’s College, by W.M. Carpenter. Privately printed + 012/04 (N&N) [Short comment] iv Jan 1930
KJ012/16 Crypticisms. 2: Plain Tales & Life’s Handicap queries iv Jan 1930
KJ012/17 Auctions & sales. Kipling prices: 1929 (4) iv Jan 1930
KJ012/19 Experiment in imitation; re-discovered lines by Edgar Wallace [ + 014/35 News & Notes] iv Jan 1930
KJ012/20 Supreme gift [: article in ‘Toronto Saturday Night’] Whitehouse, Francis C. iv Jan 1930
KJ012/21 Burwash. American at Burwash [: article in ‘American Bookman’ 10/29] Maurice, A.B. iv Jan 1930
KJ012/22 Auctions & sales. UK & USA prices for ‘On dry cow fishing as a fine art’ C1 iv Jan 1930
KJ012/22 STEAM TACTICS (T&D). Identification of places suggested C 1 + R 015/88 016/125 iv Jan 1930
KJ012/23 Humpty-Dumpty in the Far East: Kipling’s Indian version C [with text] iv Jan 1930
KJ012/23 Music settings. Victrola records issued in America References wanted & found iv Jan 1930
KJ012/24 Oh, good morning, Mr Kipling, you are welcome to our shores; author query References wanted & found iv Jan 1930
KJ012/25 Verse headings. Part 1. A – K C 013/27 016/124 Chandler, Capt. L.H. + C1 iv Jan 1930
KJ012/31 Kipling Journal, The. Index of principal contents for Nos 1 – 12 iv Jan 1930
KJ013/FP Kipling Journal, The. Bound volumes Nos 1-6, 7-12. Photograph News & Notes + 013/01 iv Apr 1930
KJ013/FP Kiplingiana. Scrapbook illustration. Photograph News & Notes + 013/01 iv Apr 1930
KJ013/03 Kipling Society, The. Secretary 2. R.T. Gibson Fleming resigned News & Notes iv Apr 1930
KJ013/03 Kipling Society, The. Secretary 3. Col. Charles Bailey appointed News & Notes iv Apr 1930
KJ013/03 Library. Members invited to special inspection at Hotel Rubens News & Notes iv Apr 1930
KJ013/04 KIM. Original Mr. Isaacs + 012/06 (News & Notes) Bloch, Miss R.M. iv Apr 1930
KJ013/15 EXPLANATION (v). Originally ‘Tragedy of love and death’ C 016/124 Martindell, Capt. E.W. + C iv Apr 1930
KJ013/15 Rudyard Kipling, by Marcel Brion. Editions de la Nouvelle Revue Critique. [Short review] iv Apr 1930
KJ013/16 Poetry at present, by Charles Williams. Clarendon Press, Oxford [Short review] iv Apr 1930
KJ013/17 Critics. Kipling among the critics. Part 1 + 013/02 (News & Notes) Bazley, Basil M. iv Apr 1930
KJ013/21 Crypticisms. 3: Some replies and suggestions + C1 015/84 iv Apr 1930
KJ013/25 GIPSY TRAIL (v). Request: ‘where is the poem to be found?’ C + R (same page) iv Apr 1930
KJ013/28 Auctions & sales. Kipling prices: 1929 (5) iv Apr 1930
KJ013/30 Verse headings. Part 2. ‘L(ess you want…) – P(it where the buffalo…) Chandler, Capt. L.H. iv Apr 1930
KJ014/24 Kipling Society, The. Officers of the Society, 1930. Photograph iv Jul 1930
KJ014/33 Critics. Why bother about the new clever critics? News & Notes iv Jul 1930
KJ014/33 DEBT (L&R). Brief introduction to Kipling’s new story printed in ‘Liberty’ News & Notes iv Jul 1930
KJ014/33 Poet laureate. Kipling ‘passed over again’ News & Notes iv Jul 1930
KJ014/34 SAHIB’S WAR (T&D). Commentary by Sir George MacMunn News & Notes iv Jul 1930
KJ014/35 Auctions & sales. Imperial De Luxe edition, pub. by The Edinburgh Society News & Notes iv Jul 1930
KJ014/37&45 Annual conference 1930. Summary, with ‘donor’ & ‘life’ member details iv Jul 1930
KJ014/38 Piracy. Some notes on pirate editions Livingston, Flora V. iv Jul 1930
KJ014/39 Kipling Summary. Notes on a specially compiled & annotated edition [Chandler, Capt. Lloyd. H.] iv Jul 1930
KJ014/40 English prize fighter. Source of Kipling (?) poem sought iv Jul 1930
KJ014/41 Argentina. Open letter from Argentinian member to ‘Clarence & Doris’ Willie' iv Jul 1930
KJ014/43 Working method of Rudyard Kipling Carpenter, W.M. iv Jul 1930
KJ014/47 Annual luncheon 1930, with main toast by the Rt. Hon. Lord Lloyd [with texts of replies] iv Jul 1930
KJ014/49ff United Services College. Old Boys at 1930 Luncheon. Photograph iv Jul 1930
KJ014/53 Auctions & sales. Quaritch sale catalogue No 431 with K. items C2 iv Jul 1930
KJ014/55 Our’s not to question why; Our’s but to do and die. Kipling [?] verse query C iv Jul 1930
KJ014/55 THIS IS THE OCEAN BRIGHT AND CLEAR (v). Text query C + R 015/85 019/94 iv Jul 1930
KJ014/56 Critics. Kipling among the critics. Part 2 Bazley, Basil M. iv Jul 1930
KJ014/61 Verse headings. Part 3. P(leasant it is…) – T(he stone that lives…) Chandler, Capt. L.H. iv Jul 1930
KJ014/63 Kipling Society, The. Future of the Society [: from the Hon. Organiser] [Brooking, J.H.C.] iv Jul 1930
KJ015/FP ON GREENHOW HILL (LH). Cockhill lead mine. Photograph News & Notes iv Oct 1930
KJ015/66 Kipling Journal, The. Number 1 reprinted with some changes [O/P 006/20] News & Notes iv Oct 1930
KJ015/66 PUCK OF POOK’S HILL. Excavations between Newcastle and Carlisle News & Notes iv Oct 1930
KJ015/67 Tisbury. The Gables: Kipling’s parent’s home on return from India News & Notes iv Oct 1930
KJ015/68 Crypticisms. 4: More crypticisms + C2 017/24 018/62 iv Oct 1930
KJ015/70 Memorials on the Western Front: Kipling present at anniversary ceremony iv Oct 1930
KJ015/71 Surveying. Kipling as expert on surveying Wiggins, W.C.D. iv Oct 1930
KJ015/72 Critics. Kipling among the critics. Part 3 Bazley, Basil M. iv Oct 1930
KJ015/78 Tales that will last [: ‘Daily Herald’ article on R.K., August 30, 1930] Laski, Harold iv Oct 1930
KJ015/79 Androgynous fiction [: ‘Men, women & thrillers’ article in ‘Yale Quarterly’] [Gerould, Katherine F.] iv Oct 1930
KJ015/81 Plain tale about Kipling [: his versatility] + 013/03 (News & Notes) Braybrooke, Patrick iv Oct 1930
KJ015/84 England. Has England repudiated Kipling? Request for members’ opinions C iv Oct 1930
KJ015/84 JUNGLE BOOKS. Mowgli’s three lair brothers named by Kipling C2 iv Oct 1930
KJ015/86 Auctions & sales. Kipling prices: 1930 iv Oct 1930
KJ015/86 Civil & Military Gazette. Recollections of working with Kipling C1 iv Oct 1930
KJ015/89 Crossword. Kipling puzzle + Solution: 016/115 iv Oct 1930
KJ015/90 Elephants. Peculiarities of Hathi [: ‘New York Times’ article, Feb 6, 1930] iv Oct 1930
KJ015/91 Piracy. Mainly bibliographical: notes on piratical issues Elwell, T.E. iv Oct 1930
KJ015/92 Verse headings. Part 4. T(he sun went…) – W(hen first…) C 019/95 Chandler, Capt. L.H. + C2 iv Oct 1930
KJ015/96 Kipling Society, The. Membership. Schemes clarified + 014/36 (N&N) Secretary's page iv Oct 1930
KJ016/98 MEMORIES (v). New poem published in ‘The Daily Telegraph’, Nov. 1930 News & Notes iv Dec 1930
KJ016/98 MIRACLE OF ST. JUBANUS (L&R). Published in ‘The Story Teller’ News & Notes iv Dec 1930
KJ016/98 Piracy. P.F. Collier & Son, NewYork. Selected works of R.K. Vol 3 News & Notes + C 017/25 iv Dec 1930
KJ016/99 Auctions & sales. Recessional transcript in K’s hand sold at Sotheby & Co News & Notes iv Dec 1930
KJ016/99 IF (R&Fv). Copyright law prohibits publication of French/German versions News & Notes iv Dec 1930
KJ016/100 Royal Society soirées and Kipling’s interest in the experiments News & Notes iv Dec 1930
KJ016/101 Business man’s debt to Kipling + 016/97 (News & Notes) Goodenough, Sir Francis iv Dec 1930
KJ016/107 SCHOOLBOY LYRICS (v). Gleanings from Westward Ho! Beresford, G.C. iv Dec 1930
KJ016/112-3 Lahore. CMG building. Sketch from 1885 photograph iv Dec 1930
KJ016/114 Kipling Summary. Supplement to the Martindell & Livingstone bibliogs. [Chandler, Capt. Lloyd. H.] iv Dec 1930
KJ016/116 THY SERVANT A DOG. Excerpts from 5 current reviews [+ 016/97 (News & Notes)] iv Dec 1930
KJ016/118 Author’s Club. Lecture by Society President, October 1930 Dunsterville, Maj-Gen. L.C. iv Dec 1930
KJ016/119 BRUSHWOOD BOY (DW). Book & magazine text comparisons suggested iv Dec 1930
KJ016/120 Crypticisms. 5: Further solutions and reply to criticism iv Dec 1930
KJ016/122 Rudyard Kipling [: ‘British Weekly’ article excerpts. August, 1930] Deane, Canon Anthony C. iv Dec 1930
KJ016/123 ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR (v). Mafeking siege edition requested C1 iv Dec 1930
KJ016/124 Trade-mark. Elephant’s head registered in UK & USA C iv Dec 1930
KJ016/125 Brattleboro’. Photographs prepared for Kipling’s ‘Winter Notebook’ C iv Dec 1930
KJ016/126 Verse headings. Part 5. W(hen I left…) – Y(our tiercel’…) Chandler, Rear-Admiral L. iv Dec 1930
KJ016/127 Library. Librarians/1: W.G.B. Maitland appointed Secretary's announcements iv Dec 1930
KJ017/FP United Services College. Arms of the college, printed from a wash drawing v Apr 1931
KJ017/01 Fitz-Patrick, Sir Percy. Society Vice-President. Obituary News & Notes v Apr 1931
KJ017/02 Immortality. ‘Kipling’s chances good’ says Sir Anthony Hope Hawkins News & Notes v Apr 1931
KJ017/02 Kipling Journal, The. Binding arrangements approved by Council News & Notes + 016/127 v Apr 1931
KJ017/02 Kipling Society, The. Membership. Geographical list discontinued News & Notes v Apr 1931
KJ017/02 Music settings. Recessional: set by Arthur A. Paramor. Short score News & Notes v Apr 1931
KJ017/02 Music settings. Recessional: various settings News & Notes v Apr 1931
KJ017/02 Twain. Mark Twain Society awards silver medal to Rudyard Kipling News & Notes v Apr 1931
KJ017/04 Limericks. There was a small boy of Quebec…query R 018/61 (2) News & Notes + R v Apr 1931
KJ017/05&08 Female of the species + Discussion + 017/01 (News & Notes) Frankau, Gilbert v Apr 1931
KJ017/11 Crypticisms. 6: Further critical comment and replies + C3 018/61 v Apr 1931
KJ017/13 India. Australian comment [: ‘Sydney Morning Herald’ article] v Apr 1931
KJ017/14 Romance of adventure: a BBC talk to schools [: about Kim & Stalky & Co] Stobart, J.C. v Apr 1931
KJ017/18 Auctions & sales. American prices current v Apr 1931
KJ017/18 Auctions & sales. Kipling prices: 1930 (American) v Apr 1931
KJ017/20 USA. What Chicago thinks…on Kipling’s 65th birthday ['Chicago Tribune' excerpt] v Apr 1931
KJ017/22 Tokens and Trade Marks Hon. Editor v Apr 1931
KJ017/24 SCHOLARS (v). Details are extraordinary C1 v Apr 1931
KJ017/24 VERDICTS (YBv). Naval approval of Kipling’s understanding C v Apr 1931
KJ017/25 Japan. Exact date when Kipling was in Japan? R 018/61&62 C + R v Apr 1931
KJ017/25 LOST LEGION (v). Original first four lines of stanza 4 – not in 1st edition C v Apr 1931
KJ017/26 Ballade – by one who enjoyed a Beresford lecture but…M’Turk as a man?? Bevey, R. v Apr 1931
KJ017/27 Sussex dialect words. Part 1: Allwhither – Eend-on C1 021/30 Ferguson, J. DeLancey + C v Apr 1931
KJ018/FP STALKY & CO. Fifty years after: photograph of Stalky & Co [+ News & Notes 018/33] v Jun 1931
KJ018/34 Auctions & sales. Presentation set to Helen M. Warner ‘for saving K’s life’ News & Notes v Jun 1931
KJ018/34 FROM SEA TO SEA. Olputs Patent Concrete Railway Sleeper News & Notes + 017/25 v Jun 1931
KJ018/35 Kipling Society, The. Stalky invites all admirers of K. to join the Society Dunsterville, Maj-Gen. L.C. v Jun 1931
KJ018/36 Annual conference 1931. Summary v Jun 1931
KJ018/37 Annual luncheon 1931, with address by Lord Chelmsford v Jun 1931
KJ018/41 Foundations of English prose, by A.C. Ward: Passages devoted to Kipling v Jun 1931
KJ018/43 Empire. Kipling and the Empire Union + Discussion Applin, Lt.-Col. R.V.K. v Jun 1931
KJ018/49 More yarns, by ‘Stalky’. Jarrolds. 7/6 Review v Jun 1931
KJ018/50 Rhinoceros – his spots; verse – on hearing of a new ‘Not-So Story’ G.E.F. v Jun 1931
KJ018/51 Jungle life. Kipling and jungle life + 018/33 (News & Notes) Allen, B.C. v Jun 1931
KJ018/59 Interpreter. Kipling the interpreter: how a South African sees him v Jun 1931
KJ018/60 Kipling Journal, The. Value for members living at a distance C2 v Jun 1931
KJ018/63 Literature. Essence of literature: Kipling, Barrie & Shaw compared Wells, Gabriel v Jun 1931
KJ019/FP INCARNATION OF KRISHNA MULVANEY (LH). Illustration Cleaver, Reginald v Sep 1931
KJ019/66 HYMN OF THE TRIUMPHANT AIRMEN (v). In business house mag. News & Notes + 011/04 v Sep 1931
KJ019/67 Film productions. Light That Failed to be filmed ‘shortly’ News & Notes v Sep 1931
KJ019/68 France. Kipling Guest of Honour at France Grande Bretagne Assn, 7/1931 [+ Speech report] v Sep 1931
KJ019/69 Auctions & sales. In the sale room: Sotheby & Co, July 1931 v Sep 1931
KJ019/70 Capture of the Snark; set of verses in ‘Cape Times’, 1904. + 019/67 (N&N) Willmot, H.G. v Sep 1931
KJ019/72 USA. Kipling and America. Part 1 + 018/033 (News & Notes) Chandler, Rear-Admiral L. v Sep 1931
KJ019/79&84 India. Kipling and India + Discussion + 018/33 (News & Notes) Williams, L.F. Rushbrook v Sep 1931
KJ019/86 Sussex dialect words. Part 2: Farabout – Spattle Ferguson, J. DeLancey v Sep 1931
KJ019/94 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. Railroad run authenticity C1 v Sep 1931
KJ019/95 India. Kala-juggahs and their usefulness C1 v Sep 1931
KJ019/95 Low. There is gold in the News they call Daily…K’s reply to Sidney Low C v Sep 1931
KJ019/95 ONE VICEROY RESIGNS (DDv). Full names and titles requested C2 + R 020/126 v Sep 1931
KJ020/FP KIM. Zam Zammah. Kim’s gun; photograph + News & Notes 020/99 v Dec 1931
KJ020/98 Kipling Society, The. Societies founded during the lifetime of ‘raison d’être’ News & Notes v Dec 1931
KJ020/100 Humorous tales, by Rudyard Kipling. Macmillan. 10/6 + 019/65 (N&N) [Brief comment] v Dec 1931
KJ020/100 ISLANDERS (FNv). First published in the ‘Times Weekly Edition’ News & Notes v Dec 1931
KJ020/100 Library. Recent additions/1 News & Notes v Dec 1931
KJ020/101 500 points of good husbandry, by Thomas Tusser. Tregaskis. £5 5s [Review] v Dec 1931
KJ020/101 East of Suez, by Rudyard Kipling. Macmillan. 7/6 + 019/65 (N&N) [Brief comment] v Dec 1931
KJ020/101 NAVAL MUTINY (L&R). First appearance in ‘Story-Teller’, Dec. 1931 [Brief outline] v Dec 1931
KJ020/101 Selected poems, by Rudyard Kipling. Methuen. 1/- [Brief comment] v Dec 1931
KJ020/102 Auctions & sales. Kipling prices: 1931 v Dec 1931
KJ020/102 Moral issue in India. by Robert Stokes. John Murray. 1/- [Brief comment] v Dec 1931
KJ020/103 Kipling Journal, The. Editor 2: Young, W.A. resigns Brooking, J.H.C. v Dec 1931
KJ020/104 Carpenter, W.M. Vice-President. Obituary + 020/98 (News & Notes) E.W.M. v Dec 1931
KJ020/105 Fleming, R.T. Gibson. Ex Hon. Secretary. Obituary + 020/98 (N&N) E.W.M. v Dec 1931
KJ020/106 Origins. Some more Kipling origins+Discussion+020/97(N&N)+C1 021/30 MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. v Dec 1931
KJ020/111&123 USA. Kipling and America. Part 2 + Discussion + C1 021/30 Chandler, Rear-Admiral L. v Dec 1931
KJ020/112ff United Services College. Messrs. Crofts & Pugh; housemasters. Photograph [+ 020/99 News & Notes] v Dec 1931
KJ020/123 Sussex dialect words. Part 3: Spaulty – Usuals C2 023/94 Ferguson, J. DeLancey + C v Dec 1931
KJ020/128 Kipling Journal, The. Editor 3: Bazley, B.M. Secretary's announcements v Dec 1931
KJ021/02 Critics. Romanticism and the Orient: USA article…and Kipling News & Notes vi Mar 1932
KJ021/05 VILLAGE THAT VOTED THE EARTH WAS FLAT (DOC)Good crit. News & Notes vi Mar 1932
KJ021/06 BEAUTY SPOTS (L&R). Brief introduction to new story News & Notes vi Mar 1932
KJ021/06 NEIGHBOURS (L&Rv). Brief introduction to new poem News & Notes vi Mar 1932
KJ021/07 Three houses, by Angela Thirkell. OUP. 6/- [Review] vi Mar 1932
KJ021/08 Auctions & sales. Kipling prices: 1932 (1) vi Mar 1932
KJ021/08 Renwick, Sir Harry. Vice-President. Obituary vi Mar 1932
KJ021/09&13 Labour. Kipling and Labour + Discussion + 021/01 (News & Notes) Applin, Lt.-Col. R.V.K. vi Mar 1932
KJ021/15&18 Patriotism. Kipling and patriotism + Discussion + 021/04 (News & Notes) Holbrook, Col. Sir Arthur vi Mar 1932
KJ021/16ff Price, Cormell E.W. Photograph + 021/04 (News & Notes) vi Mar 1932
KJ021/16ff Tisbury. Arundell House: Kipling residence, 1894. Photograph [+ 021/05 News & Notes] vi Mar 1932
KJ021/16ff Willes, Rev G. ‘Padre’. Photograph + 021/04 (News & Notes) vi Mar 1932
KJ021/19 ICHABOD (v). Interesting uncollected item by ‘Kingcraft’ [=Kipling] [+ Erratum 022/37] vi Mar 1932
KJ021/21 Wallace, Edgar. Wallace and Kipling [: with ‘Tommy & his Laureate’ text] [+N&N 022/33 &C 023/93] vi Mar 1932
KJ021/22 Pinchbeck goddess. An analysis of authorship [+ C 023/63] vi Mar 1932
KJ021/24 Canada. Kipling Room in Toronto [Public Library] Locke, George H. vi Mar 1932
KJ021/26 Bible. Kipling and the Bible [: quotations & allusions] C 022/62&63 A.J.C. + C1 vi Mar 1932
KJ021/28 Sussex dialect words. Part 4: Vambrish – Yerk Ferguson, J. DeLancey vi Mar 1932
KJ021/29 NAVAL MUTINY (L&R). Does cordite ‘go-off’? R 022/63 023/93 (2) C + R vi Mar 1932
KJ021/29 PUCK OF POOK’S HILL. Dan’s age at the start of the Puck Tales C1 [: based on R.K. letter] vi Mar 1932
KJ022/34 Magdalene College, Cambridge. Kipling elected Honorary Fellow News & Notes vi Jun 1932
KJ022/34 MAN WHO WOULD BE KING (WWW). On US radio: ‘too bad to stand’ News & Notes vi Jun 1932
KJ022/36 MRS BATHURST (T&D). Death by spontaneous combustion News & Notes vi Jun 1932
KJ022/37 LIMITS AND RENEWALS. Macmillan, 7/6 & 6/-+ 022/33 (News&Notes) [Review+021/06 Comment] vi Jun 1932
KJ022/38 REWARDS & FAIRIES. Macmillan reissue with 12 illus. by C. E. Brock [Brief review] vi Jun 1932
KJ022/39 Adventures of Dunsterforce, by Maj-General Dunsterville. Arnold. 3/6 News & Notes vi Jun 1932
KJ022/39&48 Annual conference 1932. Extended summary vi Jun 1932
KJ022/41 Annual luncheon 1932, with the French Ambassador as Chief Guest [Texts of toasts] vi Jun 1932
KJ022/41ff Bateman’s. Photograph from the north, as approached from Burwash vi Jun 1932
KJ022/46&54 Stalky’s school days + Discussion + 022/36 (News & Notes) Dunsterville, Maj-Gen. L.C. vi Jun 1932
KJ022/55&59 Painter. Kipling as a landscape painter + Discussion + 022/34 (N&N) Maxwell, Donald vi Jun 1932
KJ022/56ff Rottingdean. Kipling’s house: ‘The Elms’. Woodcut + Apologies 023/65 vi Jun 1932
KJ022/61 Freemasonry. Masonic toast list at Kipling’s old Lodge, January 1, 1929 vi Jun 1932
KJ022/62 Library. Growth of library stock. Part 1: Outline of contents Maitland, W.G.B. vi Jun 1932
KJ022/63 BLACK JACK (ST). Woman of Devizes R 023/68 (News & Notes) C1 + R vi Jun 1932
KJ023/FP Annual luncheon 1932. Photograph News & Notes vi Sep 1932
KJ023/66 Critics. André Maurois compares Kipling with Shakespeare and Dickens News & Notes vi Sep 1932
KJ023/67 PUCK OF POOK’S HILL. Genealogical Society lecture & K.’s accuracy News & Notes vi Sep 1932
KJ023/67 Quiller Couch. Conversation with Henry James: ‘a wonderful new man’ News & Notes vi Sep 1932
KJ023/67 REWARDS & FAIRIES. Genealogical Society lecture & K.’s accuracy News & Notes vi Sep 1932
KJ023/67 Vermont. Death of Miss Cabot, who bought Naulakha from Kipling News & Notes vi Sep 1932
KJ023/68 Critics. Hardy and Kipling may get into Valhalla as poets… News & Notes vi Sep 1932
KJ023/68 Shaw. Kipling ‘held aloof from the Shavian atmosphere’ in the theatre News & Notes vi Sep 1932
KJ023/69&95 IF (R&Fv). Copies printed during war for men in Waterloo Station News & Notes vi Sep 1932
KJ023/69 Prize essay competition 1932. Col. Milburn offers prize for best K. essay News & Notes vi Sep 1932
KJ023/70 Freemasonry. Kipling and freemasonry [:brief comment] News & Notes vi Sep 1932
KJ023/70 Hutchinson, Horace G. USC Head Boy, 18[9?]7. Obituary + C Correction 024/126 vi Sep 1932
KJ023/70 Rudyard Kipling: poem Whitehouse, Francis Cecil vi Sep 1932
KJ023/71 Animal Stories, by Rudyard Kipling. Macmillan. 6/- [Review] vi Sep 1932
KJ023/72 HIS APOLOGIES (v). Kipling’s ‘latest dog poem’ + 022/39 (News & Notes) [Brief review] vi Sep 1932
KJ023/72 United Services College. Foxy the school sgt+photos+C 025/31 027/98 (2) An O.U.S.C.'+ C3 024/127 vi Sep 1932
KJ023/77 India. Early Indian sources. Part 1 E.W.M. vi Sep 1932
KJ023/81 Examination paper set by the ‘Morning Post’, 1924 + Winner’s answers [+Leading article 023/86] vi Sep 1932
KJ023/87 Library. Growth of library stock. Part 2: List of books, etc Maitland, W.G.B. vi Sep 1932
KJ023/90 CHILDREN OF THE ZODIAC (MI). ‘Gods in London’ introductory verse Chandler, Rear-Admiral L. vi Sep 1932
KJ023/92 JUST SO STORIES. How the ‘Just So Stories’ got their name Chandler, Rear-Admiral L. vi Sep 1932
KJ023/95&66 Kipling Society, The. US secretary. Carl Naumburg Secretary's announcements vi Sep 1932
KJ024/98 Critics. Journalistic shells which…fall short of the mark News & Notes vi Dec 1932
KJ024/98 Serbian. Kipling Indian short stories translated into Serbian News & Notes vi Dec 1932
KJ024/99 Dogs. Kipling letter to the ‘Times’ about intelligence in dogs News & Notes vi Dec 1932
KJ024/100 Critics. Modern critics who [take] one or two lines out of their context… News & Notes vi Dec 1932
KJ024/100 ENGLISH SCHOOL (L&ST). Original journal article presented to Library News & Notes vi Dec 1932
KJ024/100 Kipling Society, The. US member ‘Kipling fan since Harrow days’ News & Notes vi Dec 1932
KJ024/101 DIRGE OF THE DEAD SISTERS (v). Kipling praises Mary Kingsley News & Notes vi Dec 1932
KJ024/102 Epitaphs. Kipling letter included ‘all that was needed for an epitaph’ News & Notes vi Dec 1932
KJ024/103 Auctions & sales. Correspondence re. ‘Departmental Ditties’ copyright News & Notes vi Dec 1932
KJ024/103 Prophet. Mrs Mollison’s route worked out by Kipling 18 years ago News & Notes vi Dec 1932
KJ024/104&111 Women. Kipling’s women + Discussion + 024/97 (N&N) + C 025/30&31 MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. vi Dec 1932
KJ024/105ff United Services College. Twelve bleak houses…[Back view] Photograph [+News & Notes 024/102] vi Dec 1932
KJ024/113 Music settings. Kipling poems set to music. Part 1: A – M Mackenzie-Skues, F.W. vi Dec 1932
KJ024/120 India. Early Indian sources. Part 2 E.W.M. vi Dec 1932
KJ024/120ff South Africa. Woolsack: Kipling’s house in Cape Town. Photograph +News & Notes 024/102 vi Dec 1932
KJ024/121 Stalky settles down, by Lt-General Dunsterville. Jarrolds. 7/6 Review vi Dec 1932
KJ024/122 Critics. Ideas in Kipling’s poetry [: ‘University of Toronto Quarterly’] [Excerpt] vi Dec 1932
KJ024/122 Poet. Kipling as poet [: ‘Allahabad University Magazine’, 1931] [Excerpt] vi Dec 1932
KJ024/122 Poetry. Ideas in Kipling’s poetry [: ‘University of Toronto Quarterly’] [Excerpt] vi Dec 1932
KJ024/124 Auctions & sales. Kipling prices: 1932 (2) vi Dec 1932
KJ024/124 Nymphs and satires, by Rachel Ferguson. Benn. 7/6 [Brief review] vi Dec 1932
KJ024/125 JANE’S MARRIAGE (D&Cv). Anachronism noted C1 vi Dec 1932
KJ024/126 TREE SONG (POPHv). Two misquotations C vi Dec 1932
KJ025/03 Auctions & sales. First edition of ‘Stalky’ & signed Kipling photograph: £3 News & Notes vii Mar 1933
KJ025/03 FOX MEDITATES (v). New poem in ‘Strand’, with illus. by Gordon Nicoll News & Notes vii Mar 1933
KJ025/03 TO THE COMPANIONS (v). New poem by Kipling News & Notes vii Mar 1933
KJ025/04 Auctions & sales. Folsom. High prices at the Ida O. Folsom auction News & Notes vii Mar 1933
KJ025/04 Canada. Ottawa speech, and other current Kipling ‘literary’ occupations News & Notes vii Mar 1933
KJ025/04 France. Kipling’s work held in high esteem News & Notes vii Mar 1933
KJ025/05 Music settings. Kipling poems set to music. Part 2: M – R Mackenzie-Skues, F.W. vii Mar 1933
KJ025/07&19 Literary allusions. Kipling’s literary allusions + Discussion + 025/01 (N&N) Courtauld, S.A. vii Mar 1933
KJ025/20&28 Prophet. Kipling’s sixth sense + Discussion + 025/02 (News & Notes) Locker-Lampson, Cmdr. O vii Mar 1933
KJ025/29 Kipling’s women, by Sir George MacMunn. Samson Low… 7/6 [Review] vii Mar 1933
KJ025/31 Binding. Suitability of the red leather edition of K’s works for the tropics C1 vii Mar 1933
KJ026/FP&36 Lahore. Kipling’s home in Lahore – 1883. Illustration [From Baga Ram drawing] vii Jun 1933
KJ026/36 MANDALAY (BRBv). Genuine poem among the mere verse of its time News & Notes vii Jun 1933
KJ026/37 African Society dinner, 1933. Kipling’s toast to the President News & Notes vii Jun 1933
KJ026/37 Bateman’s. André Maurois’ visit (quoted in a letter) News & Notes vii Jun 1933
KJ026/37 France. Translation of ‘History of England’, with extra chapter News & Notes vii Jun 1933
KJ026/38 Critics. Kipling not passed over by readers [: ‘John O’London’s Weekly’] News & Notes vii Jun 1933
KJ026/38 Japan. San Francisco ‘Examiner’ reports Kipling’s arrival in June 1889 News & Notes vii Jun 1933
KJ026/38 JUDSON AND THE EMPIRE (MI). Original of the ‘flat-iron’ boat (?) News & Notes vii Jun 1933
KJ026/39 India. Defence League: Kipling becomes member News & Notes vii Jun 1933
KJ026/39 Kipling Society, The. Kind comments in the ‘New York Times’ News & Notes vii Jun 1933
KJ026/40 Académie des Sciences & Politiques: K. appointed Foreign Assoc. Member News & Notes vii Jun 1933
KJ026/40&43 Spirit of the age. Kipling and the spirit of the age + Discussion + 026/33 Stokes, Robert vii Jun 1933
KJ026/45 Music settings. Kipling poems set to music. Part 3: R – Y Mackenzie-Skues, F.W. vii Jun 1933
KJ026/49&34 India. Kipling’s India and the India of today + 027/70&73 (News & Notes) Dunsterville, Maj-Gen. L.C. vii Jun 1933
KJ026/55 Annual conference 1933. Extended summary vii Jun 1933
KJ026/58 Annual luncheon 1933, with address by the Rt. Hon. L.S. Amery [Text, with toasts] vii Jun 1933
KJ026/67 RABBI’S SONG (A&Rv). Analogy with the Book of Samuel C vii Jun 1933
KJ027/69 United Services College. Old Boys’ Luncheon 1933 + Photograph 027/90ff News & Notes (incl. names) vii Sep 1933
KJ027/70 Martial races of India, by Sir George MacMunn N&N (Brief comment) vii Sep 1933
KJ027/70 Stratford-upon-Avon. Church (St. Peter’s Chapel) Kipling memorial tablet News & Notes vii Sep 1933
KJ027/71 Broadcasts. Voice ‘came over’ quite clearly at Canadian authors’ luncheon News & Notes vii Sep 1933
KJ027/71 St. Mildred’s Church, Bread St, London, Kipling memorial tablet News & Notes vii Sep 1933
KJ027/72 Music settings. Sir Edward German’s name appears frequently News & Notes vii Sep 1933
KJ027/72 Parody. If: another two parodies of ‘If’ ‘ News & Notes vii Sep 1933
KJ027/74 France. Praise from ‘Le Figaro’: [nous] savent combien RK est près de nous News & Notes vii Sep 1933
KJ027/75 SOUVENIRS OF FRANCE, by Rudyard Kipling. Macmillan. 2/6. + 027/71 E.W.M. [Extended review] vii Sep 1933
KJ027/77 All the Mowgli Stories, by R.K. Macmillan. 6/- + 026/36 (News & Notes) [Review] vii Sep 1933
KJ027/78 Auctions & sales. Kipling prices: 1933 (1) vii Sep 1933
KJ027/78 FOX MEDITATES (v). Medici Society Pub, with illus. by Lionel Edwards [Short review] vii Sep 1933
KJ027/78 Inclusive verse, 1885-1932, by Rudyard Kipling. Hodder & Stoughton. 25/- [Statement of publication] vii Sep 1933
KJ027/78 Music settings. Neighbours, set to music by Sir Walford Davies. B&H. 4/- [Review] vii Sep 1933
KJ027/78ff United Services College. Number five study. Photograph News & Notes (027/69) vii Sep 1933
KJ027/79 Too previous obituary [: anticipatory obituary in the ‘Chicago Tribune’ 7/26] Vroom, Peter D. vii Sep 1933
KJ027/85 JANE’S MARRIAGE (D&Cv). Jane Austen & Sir Walter Scott C 028/130 [Western Morn. News]+ C2 vii Sep 1933
KJ027/87 JUDSON AND THE EMPIRE (MI). Details about the source of the story Dawson, Major E. vii Sep 1933
KJ027/89 Music settings. Kipling poems set to music. Addenda and Corrigenda vii Sep 1933
KJ027/90 Future spiritual state + C 028/131 Chandler, Rear-Admiral L. vii Sep 1933
KJ027/94 World Empire of the future: H.G. Wells forecasts 2060 in ‘Sunday Express’ vii Sep 1933
KJ027/97 Ballad for ‘The Glorious First of June’ : suggestion for a new Kipling poem C vii Sep 1933
KJ027/97 JUNGLE BOOKS. Word changes queries: ‘mor’ & ‘mao’ / ‘sahi’ & ‘ikki’ C3 vii Sep 1933
KJ027/97 Music settings. Sung in the Boer War and at the Messes at the Front C2 vii Sep 1933
KJ027/97 WATCHES OF THE NIGHT (PTFTH). Allusion to Hamlet III, 4 C vii Sep 1933
KJ027/98 India. Basis of those marvellous stories of India requested R 027/98 C2 + R vii Sep 1933
KJ027/98 MARK OF THE BEAST (LH). Andrew Lang’s strong condemnation C vii Sep 1933
KJ027/99 Critics. Young men who sneer [: from the ‘Liverpool Echo’ Sept 22, 1933] vii Sep 1933
KJ028/FP&107 Naulakha. Photograph + 028/108 [Conan Doyle’s memories of the house] News & Notes vii Dec 1933
KJ028/101 Kipling Society, The. Financial depression (1933): effect on Society Dunsterville, Maj-Gen. L.C. vii Dec 1933
KJ028/103 Kipling Society, The. People’s Nat. Theatre director enrolled (Nancy Price) News & Notes vii Dec 1933
KJ028/103 Simla. K’s ‘faithful treatment’ as recorded in Miss Scidmore’s ‘Winter India’ News & Notes vii Dec 1933
KJ028/104 Croydon Library’s ‘Reader’s Index & Guide’ appreciative Kipling article News & Notes vii Dec 1933
KJ028/104 Kipling’s name thought to be unnecessary in quotation News & Notes vii Dec 1933
KJ028/104 Women like the ‘sterner side of Kipling’s work’ News & Notes vii Dec 1933
KJ028/106 Origins. Kipling origins [: 2 articles by C. Grey on Strickland & ‘Tommy’] News & Notes vii Dec 1933
KJ028/106 RECESSIONAL (FNv). Quoted as ‘sub-Christian’ by Birmingham rector News & Notes vii Dec 1933
KJ028/107 Critics. Mr Kipling simply doesn’t know [: article in ‘The Passing Show’] News & Notes vii Dec 1933
KJ028/108 Celebrities. Kipling to survive the ‘mass mediocrity characteristic of to-day’ News & Notes vii Dec 1933
KJ028/108 Film productions. Current announcements for several ‘talk-films’ News & Notes vii Dec 1933
KJ028/109 Auctions & sales. Paardeberg letter sold at Christie’s for £11 News & Notes vii Dec 1933
KJ028/109 Dante. K. compared with Dante by Lord Dunsany at Poets’ Club dinner News & Notes vii Dec 1933
KJ028/110 Auctions & sales. Methuen published poems have sold 1,298,000 copies News & Notes vii Dec 1933
KJ028/110 Critics. Essay on criticism, by Sir Henry Newbolt attacks & praises Kipling News & Notes [+ excerpt] vii Dec 1933
KJ028/111 India. Kipling’s India as I saw it in 1933+Discussion(119) + 028/102(N&N) MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. vii Dec 1933
KJ028/120 Such as in ships and brittle barks Chandler, Rear-Admiral L. vii Dec 1933
KJ028/123 Kipling birthday book. Sources of previously “uncollected matter” vii Dec 1933
KJ028/125 Civil & Military Gazette. Articles under the pen-name ‘Il Vecchio’ E.W.M. vii Dec 1933
KJ028/126 Rudyard Kipling’s inclusive verse, 1885-1932. Hodder & Stoughton. 25/- Review vii Dec 1933
KJ028/129 Auctions & sales. Kipling prices: 1933 (2) vii Dec 1933
KJ028/130 PAGETT, M.P. (DDv). Request for date of poem and ‘who the fellow was’ C + R (same page) vii Dec 1933
KJ028/130 VAMPIRE (v). Did Kipling have any particular person in mind? C + R (same page) vii Dec 1933
KJ029/FP&03 Allahabad. Bungalow where the ‘Pioneer’ was first printed in 1865 Photograph viii Mar 1934
KJ029/03 British Empire toast: written at the request of L.S.Amery & Sir Frank Fox Kipling, Rudyard viii Mar 1934
KJ029/03 Parody. If: further amusing parodies of ‘If’ News & Notes viii Mar 1934
KJ029/04 Vaudeville Theatre. Reading of Kipling’s poems in Feb. 1934 News & Notes viii Mar 1934
KJ029/05 Magic of Kipling [: in 30 years time Kipling will equate to Shakespeare] News & Notes viii Mar 1934
KJ029/05 SONS OF MARTHA (v). Kipling’s explanation in correspondence News & Notes viii Mar 1934
KJ029/06 At school with Rudyard Kipling: President’s article in Manchester paper News & Notes viii Mar 1934
KJ029/06 British Museum Library: will it some day possess K’s uncollected work? News & Notes viii Mar 1934
KJ029/06 JUNGLE BOOKS. Motor trade in US compared with Mowgli’s pack News & Notes viii Mar 1934
KJ029/07 Civil & Military Gazette. Christmas supplement excerpts, 1933 News & Notes viii Mar 1934
KJ029/07 Doubleday, Frank Nelson. New York publisher. Obituary News & Notes viii Mar 1934
KJ029/07 TRUCE OF THE BEAR (FNv). Allegory of Russia’s attitude to trade… News & Notes viii Mar 1934
KJ029/08 Imperialism. …don’t allow yourself to be deceived by any such nonsense… News & Notes viii Mar 1934
KJ029/09 Critics. Curious statements in Jamaica ‘Daily Gleaner’, Dec 1933 News & Notes viii Mar 1934
KJ029/09 Music settings. Sussex, by James R. Dear News & Notes viii Mar 1934
KJ029/09 Proms Circle. J.H.C. Brooking founder member [:Queen’s Hall concerts] News & Notes viii Mar 1934
KJ029/09 Short story. World’s greatest master, says James Agate News & Notes viii Mar 1934
KJ029/10 Post-Bag diversions; anthology by E.V. Lucas. Methuen. 7/6 [Brief review] viii Mar 1934
KJ029/10 United Services College 1874-1911, by Major H.A. Tapp + 030/65 (Review) [Brief comment] viii Mar 1934
KJ029/11 United Services College. Old Boys’ Luncheon 1934 Hon. Librarian viii Mar 1934
KJ029/12&20 Other Kipling + Discussion + 029/01 (News & Notes) Frankau, Pamela viii Mar 1934
KJ029/21&29 Patriotism. Rudyard Kipling as a patriot + Discussion + 029/02 (N&N) Skipton, Rev. H.P. Kennedy viii Mar 1934
KJ029/31 Auctions & sales. Kipling prices: 1934 (1) + 030/67 C 031/98 viii Mar 1934
KJ030/FP&33 STEAM TACTICS (T&D). Locality of closing scene. Photograph News & Notes + 031/70 viii Jun 1934
KJ030/35 Personal preference – X. Rudyard Kipling, by James Agate [J.O’L. Weekly] News & Notes viii Jun 1934
KJ030/36 Education. Kipling’s education; lecture to Rowfant Club, by Prof. Ferguson News & Notes viii Jun 1934
KJ030/36 IF (R&Fv). Critical quote in ‘Sunday Chronicle’ June 1934 News & Notes viii Jun 1934
KJ030/37 Man of five fames; article by Cosmo Hamilton in ‘Daily Sketch’ June 1934 News & Notes viii Jun 1934
KJ030/37 Parody. Story of Ung parodied in ‘Truth’ many years ago News & Notes viii Jun 1934
KJ030/38 I want a story, by Miss Holtby in ‘The Schoolmistress’, May 1934 News & Notes viii Jun 1934
KJ030/38 LIGHT THAT FAILED. Not considered a failure by everybody News & Notes viii Jun 1934
KJ030/38 MANDALAY (BRBv). When will ‘Mandalay’ not be popular? News & Notes viii Jun 1934
KJ030/39 Maurois. André Maurois to receive Hon. D.Litt. from Oxford University News & Notes viii Jun 1934
KJ030/41 Library. Gift: Newspaper cuttings from Mr. A.E. Slocock News & Notes viii Jun 1934
KJ030/42&33 France. Kipling and his works from a French point of view Maurois, André viii Jun 1934
KJ030/47&52 India. Kipling and the Indian soldier + Discussion + 030/40 (N&N) Dunsterville, Maj-Gen. L.C. viii Jun 1934
KJ030/53 Annual conference 1934. Extended summary viii Jun 1934
KJ030/56 Annual luncheon 1934, with address by Lord Ampthill + 030/41 (N&N) [Text, with toasts] viii Jun 1934
KJ030/66 PROOFS OF HOLY WRIT. New story printed in ‘Strand’, April 1934 [Comment] viii Jun 1934
KJ030/67 Parody. You can play and laugh: Kipling ‘Bridge’ parody Phillips, Hubert viii Jun 1934
KJ031/FP&69 Annual luncheon 1934. Landscape format photograph of guests, with names viii Sep 1934
KJ031/70 Saint Joan. Kipling said World War 1 operations guided by Saint Joan News & Notes viii Sep 1934
KJ031/70 THOUSANDTH MAN (R&Fv). Friendship [: in ‘Weekly Illustrated’] Maurois, André (in: N&N) viii Sep 1934
KJ031/71 LOVE SONG OF HAR DYAL (PTFTH). Comment from ‘Beyond the pale’ News & Notes viii Sep 1934
KJ031/72 Critics. Kipling expresses the mind of a senior boy scout…(Dr W.C.Rivers) News & Notes viii Sep 1934
KJ031/72 Critics. Kipling is a jingler [: book critic of ‘Sunday Dispatch’. June, 1934] News & Notes viii Sep 1934
KJ031/73 SUSSEX (FNv). Lines quoted in ‘Sussex County Herald’. July 28, 1934 News & Notes viii Sep 1934
KJ031/73 WAY THROUGH THE WOODS (R&Fv). All the appeal of the countryside News & Notes viii Sep 1934
KJ031/74 Ashville College, Harrogate: best Kipling essay competition winner Burkett, R [Excerpt] viii Sep 1934
KJ031/74 Parody. Gardening parody of ‘Gunga Din’ C 032/130 033/30 News & Notes + C1 viii Sep 1934
KJ031/74 War Graves Commission. Kipling reports informally to Mrs Alec-Tweedie News & Notes viii Sep 1934
KJ031/76 Freemasonry. Masonic references in the works of Rudyard Kipling Williamson, H.S. viii Sep 1934
KJ031/92 Auctions & sales. Kipling prices: 1934 (2) viii Sep 1934
KJ031/93 McANDREW’S HYMN (SSv). Kipling’s reply re. ‘junk-ring bolts’ C1 viii Sep 1934
KJ031/95 French. Translations continue to increase + 033/05 (News & Notes) Reviews & New Books viii Sep 1934
KJ031/97 THRESHOLD (L&Rv). …referring to the threshold of human knowledge… Chandler, Rear-Admiral L. viii Sep 1934
KJ031/99 India. Kipling’s India ‘is not yet dead’ viii Sep 1934
KJ032/FP&101 LITTLE HOUSE AT ARRAH. Illustration from ‘Bengal: Past & Present’ Eyre, Major V. viii Dec 1934
KJ032/102 Music settings. Non nobis domine, by Roger Quilter News & Notes viii Dec 1934
KJ032/102 Rottingdean. Kipling avoids the ‘ranks of autograph hunters’ News & Notes viii Dec 1934
KJ032/103 Critics. Text books should be examined for ‘militaristic, patriotic…tendency’ News & Notes viii Dec 1934
KJ032/103 H.M.S. Pelorus. Shield presented by Kipling News & Notes viii Dec 1934
KJ032/103 Kipling Society, The. Members. Honorary member No 1 [:Alfred Laursen] News & Notes viii Dec 1934
KJ032/103 Kipling Society, The. US Ambassador elected Vice-President News & Notes viii Dec 1934
KJ032/104 Critics. Louis Fabulet ‘knows well what the “intellectuals” carp at…’ News & Notes viii Dec 1934
KJ032/104 Rhodes. Kipling’s ‘own vision of Cecil Rhodes’ (8 lines of verse) News & Notes viii Dec 1934
KJ032/104 Rhodes. Kipling’s inscription for Cecil Rhodes’ Bronze Memorial News & Notes viii Dec 1934
KJ032/105 IF (R&Fv). Memorial room in Sledmere Church, Yorkshire News & Notes viii Dec 1934
KJ032/105 Prophet. Four pertinent press-cuttings, Oct-Nov, 1934 News & Notes viii Dec 1934
KJ032/105 PUCK OF POOK’S HILL. Read about the Wall in POPH & make it live… News & Notes viii Dec 1934
KJ032/107 Critics. Nasty nicknames: …Chickling…and Kidling News & Notes viii Dec 1934
KJ032/107 India. India Defence League pamphlet on political reconstruction News & Notes viii Dec 1934
KJ032/107 Library. Bumpus exhibitions supplemented by library stock News & Notes viii Dec 1934
KJ032/108 Critics. Kipling has no ideas, no vision…but sells 110,000 copies of verse News & Notes viii Dec 1934
KJ032/108 EXPLORER (FNv). Error in 1st English edition, subsequently corrected News & Notes viii Dec 1934
KJ032/109 Kipling Society, The. George Eliot Foundation. Message [to] News & Notes viii Dec 1934
KJ032/109 MacMunn, Lady. Council Chairman’s wife. Obituary viii Dec 1934
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
KJ032/119 LITTLE HOUSE AT ARRAH. Sketch from ‘The Pioneer’, Feb 24, 1888 Kipling, Rudyard viii Dec 1934
KJ032/121 Contention: That Rudyard Kipling is not a Jingo [: from ‘The Press’, NZ] Caddick, Charles I. viii Dec 1934
KJ032/124 Collected dog stories, by Rudyard Kipling. Macmillan. 7/6. + 031/97 (N&N) [Extended review]+030/66 viii Dec 1934
KJ032/125 ODE FOR THE VICTORIA CENTENARY (v). Short excerpts (3) [Brief review] viii Dec 1934
KJ032/126&109 Kipling: poem (: written when asked to ‘say something about Kipling’) Cleary, Kate McPhelim viii Dec 1934
KJ032/130 Stevenson. Kipling’s reply to RLS’s ‘Soldiers Three’ congratulations – query C1 viii Dec 1934
KJ032/131 Kipling Society, The. Bookplate: illustrated. Ardley, Miss D.M. viii Dec 1934
KJ033/FP&01 Bateman’s. Brightling Beacon & Pook’s Hill, from Bateman’s. Photograph News & Notes ix Mar 1935
KJ033/04 To Rudyard Kipling; poem, by Richard Hovey (‘Saturday Evening Post’) News & Notes ix Mar 1935
KJ033/05 CASE OF DAVY’S SOW. Letter to the ‘Sunday Times’, Feb. 1935 News & Notes ix Mar 1935
KJ033/05 To R.K.; poem, by J.K. Stephen [: in ‘Anthology of Humorous Verse’] News & Notes ix Mar 1935
KJ033/06 TO ALL OUR PEOPLE NOW ON LAND (v). In ‘Repulse’ magazine, 1918 Kipling, Rudyard ix Mar 1935
KJ033/06 WE, GIVING ALL, GAINED ALL; 4-line verse for Sudbury Cenotaph Kipling, Rudyard ix Mar 1935
KJ033/07 Bray, Col. Hugh Alaric. Kipling contemporary at USC. Obituary News & Notes ix Mar 1935
KJ033/07 Critics. Misquoting an author’s lines…a literary outrage of the first order News & Notes ix Mar 1935
KJ033/07 White, Captain M.A.E. Kipling contemporary at USC. Obituary News & Notes ix Mar 1935
KJ033/08&11 Children. Kipling and the children + Discussion + 033/02 (News & Notes) Applin, Lt.-Col. R.V.K. ix Mar 1935
KJ033/12&24 France. How Kipling conquered France + Discussion + 033/03 (N&N) Davray, M. Henry D. ix Mar 1935
KJ033/25 CAMPAIGNING PHRASE BOOK. An introduction MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. ix Mar 1935
KJ033/29 When we remember; poem to R.K. Norgrove, J.W. ix Mar 1935
KJ033/31 HYMN OF THE BREAKING STRAIN (v). Excerpt from a new poem Kipling, Rudyard ix Mar 1935
KJ033/31 Kipling Society, The. Victoria B.C., Canada, branch. President’s welcome ix Mar 1935
KJ034/FP&33 Calendar. Kipling calendar: plate designed by Lockwood Kipling. Photo. News & Notes ix Jun 1935
KJ034/37 Patriotism. Essays in the ‘Morning Post’, in which ‘Kipling looms large’ News & Notes ix Jun 1935
KJ034/38 Film productions. Oft-promised Kipling films are ‘really going to be shown’ News & Notes ix Jun 1935
KJ034/39 Critics. …find it so difficult to say who is ‘the greatest English writer’… News & Notes ix Jun 1935
KJ034/39 Religion. Kipling’s views not approved by ‘The Freethinker’ News & Notes ix Jun 1935
KJ034/39 SONS OF THE SUBURBS (v). Rejected for publication in ‘Blighty’ News & Notes ix Jun 1935
KJ034/40&44 Sea. Kipling and the sea + Discussion + 034/33 (News & Notes) Locker-Lampson, Cmdr. O. ix Jun 1935
KJ034/47&50 Empire. Kipling and the empire + Discussion + 034/35 (N&N) + C 035/97 Dunsterville, Maj-Gen. L.C. ix Jun 1935
KJ034/52 Annual conference 1935. Extended summary ix Jun 1935
KJ034/54ff Empire. Kipling and the empire – Plate [: for Royal Jubilee Year, 1935] [Illustration] ix Jun 1935
KJ034/55 Annual luncheon 1935, with address by Lord Rennell [Text, with toasts] ix Jun 1935
KJ034/63 OUR LADY OF THE SACKCLOTH (v). Review + Source material 035/75 News & Notes ix Jun 1935
KJ034/63 Speech at Royal Society of St. George, May 6, 1934 [Review] ix Jun 1935
KJ034/65 GOW’S WATCH (D&Cv). Rhyme, reason and object query C ix Jun 1935
KJ034/65 Scream of tortured metal: text source requested C ix Jun 1935
KJ034/66 MRS BATHURST (T&D). Hauraki and Devonport C1 ix Jun 1935
KJ034/66 PROOFS OF HOLY WRIT. Story outline…and Shakespeare’s Bible text C1 ix Jun 1935
KJ035/FP&69 Kipling Society, The. Officers of the Society, 1935. Photograph News & Notes ix Sep 1935
KJ035/69 Kipling Society, The. Victoria B.C., Canada, branch report. 1935 + 036/101 News & Notes ix Sep 1935
KJ035/70 Canada. Kipling meets 84 Canadian boys and girls in Eastbourne News & Notes ix Sep 1935
KJ035/70&98 Film productions. Kipling makes another conquest – Film-land News & Notes ix Sep 1935
KJ035/71 Epigrams. Old and new recorded in the ‘Morning Post’ News & Notes ix Sep 1935
KJ035/71 Medical matters. Kipling taking the cure in Marienbad and ‘fully restored’ News & Notes ix Sep 1935
KJ035/72 Humour. Cross-talk comedians want Kipling patter for a pantomime News & Notes ix Sep 1935
KJ035/72 India. Kipling’s re-incarnation in Charles Garrard, R.A. News & Notes ix Sep 1935
KJ035/73 Autographs. One for ‘swaps’ News & Notes ix Sep 1935
KJ035/73 HIS GIFT (L&ST). What the name Glasse signified News & Notes ix Sep 1935
KJ035/73 Last Post. Kipling endowment for sounding of ‘Last Post’ nightly at Loos News & Notes ix Sep 1935
KJ035/74 Chamberlain Club. Kipling and Lord Hailsham fill two vacancies News & Notes ix Sep 1935
KJ035/74 Critics. Each new work…an event to the world at large News & Notes ix Sep 1935
KJ035/74 THY SERVANT A DOG. Source material from Lord Bathurst News & Notes ix Sep 1935
KJ035/76 Penpushers. No 23 – Rudyard Kipling [:poem in ‘The Bystander’, 20/3/35] B.W. ix Sep 1935
KJ035/76 To Rudyard Kipling, Esq, from Thos. Atkins; poem [: Times’ 10.3.1899] J.O.C. (News & Notes) ix Sep 1935
KJ035/77 Rolls-Royce works motto at Derby – and Rudyard Kipling News & Notes ix Sep 1935
KJ035/78 Library. Gift: ‘The Pioneer’ 1885-90 by Mr. A.E. Slocock [Purchased from Sothebys] ix Sep 1935
KJ035/79 Rudyard Kipling: poèmes, texte en vers francais, by Antoinette Soulas [Extended review] ix Sep 1935
KJ035/80 KING AND THE SEA (v). Poem for King George V’s Jubilee. Excerpt Reviews & new books ix Sep 1935
KJ035/81 Main currents in modern literature, by A.R. Read. Nicholson & Watson. 4/6 [Extended review by EWM] ix Sep 1935
KJ035/83 United Services College. Schoolmate of Kipling + C 037/30 038/70 E.W.M. + C4 036/129 ix Sep 1935
KJ035/85 OLD MEN AT PEVENSEY (POPH). Pevensey Castle and ‘Puck’ Power, William R. ix Sep 1935
KJ035/86 Parody. If: two parodies of ‘If’ ‘… ‘of superior merit’ ix Sep 1935
KJ035/87 Psychic phenomena. Kipling’s psychic phenomena Sewell, Winifred ix Sep 1935
KJ035/96 Auctions & sales. Kipling prices: 1935 ix Sep 1935
KJ035/97 Burwash. Bear Hotel special dining room called ‘The Kipling Chamber’ ix Sep 1935
KJ035/98 With Number Three; pirated edition by Hume & Co, 1900…burnt (?) c1906 C ix Sep 1935
KJ035/99 Ampthill, Rt. Hon Lord. Kipling enthusiast. Obituary [Brief reference] ix Sep 1935
KJ036/FP STALKY & CO. Stalky and Co today: ’55 years on’. Photograph News & Notes ix Dec 1935
KJ036/104 Work ethic. Napoleon – St. Paul – Cecil Rhodes – and Kipling News & Notes ix Dec 1935
KJ036/105 Film productions. Latest rumours and reports about Kipling films News & Notes ix Dec 1935
KJ036/105 Kipling Society, The. People who meet for the appreciation of someone else News & Notes ix Dec 1935
KJ036/106 LIGHT THAT FAILED. Fancy dress ball costume News & Notes ix Dec 1935
KJ036/106 Twain. Kipling’s admiration expressed on Mark Twain’s birth centenary News & Notes ix Dec 1935
KJ036/107 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. Banning from Boston schools demand News & Notes ix Dec 1935
KJ036/107 WHITE MAN’S BURDEN (FNv). Bernard Shaw ‘catching up with Kipling’ News & Notes ix Dec 1935
KJ036/107 WITH THE NIGHT MAIL (A&R). Prophetic gift recognised in magazine News & Notes + 040/110 ix Dec 1935
KJ036/108 Inevitable word. Kipling and the ‘inevitable’ word [‘Cape Times’ article exc] News & Notes ix Dec 1935
KJ036/109 All the Puck Stories, by R.K. Macmillan, 10/6. [POPH & R&F in one vol] [Review] + 035/83 ix Dec 1935
KJ036/109 Princess Elizabeth gift book. Hodder & Stoughton. 5/- Review ix Dec 1935
KJ036/111 Carson, Lord. Kipling admirer. Obituary ix Dec 1935
KJ036/111 Motoring. Kipling’s ‘deep attachment to the English countryside’ ['Popular Motoring' ref.] ix Dec 1935
KJ036/111 SECOND RATE WOMAN. Mrs Hauksbee and ‘Ha-ow pahltry’ [Carpenter, W: collector] ix Dec 1935
KJ036/112 KIM. Rutees: a little red seed – the malingerer’s friend Minchin, Alyson ix Dec 1935
KJ036/113 Reply to ‘The Prodigal Son’: the elder brother gives his point of view Fox, Gerard E. ix Dec 1935
KJ036/115 Bible. Kipling and the Bible [: reprinted from ‘The Christian World’] ix Dec 1935
KJ036/116&126 English history. Kipling and English history + Discussion + 036/101 (N&N) MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. ix Dec 1935
KJ036/130 MANDALAY (BRBv). China ‘crost the bay query C1 ix Dec 1935
KJ036/131 Freemasonry. References in ‘Rewards & Fairies’ + R 037/31 C1 + R ix Dec 1935
KJ037/FP+06 Portrait. Kipling medallion, obverse and reverse, by Solton Engel x Mar 1936
KJ037/01 Kipling Society, The. Kipling’s death. Short eulogy from the President Dunsterville, Maj-Gen. L.C. x Mar 1936
KJ037/02 King George V. Death linked with that of Kipling [Short paragraph] x Mar 1936
KJ037/02 Poet’s corner: Kipling’s death and funeral ceremony at Westminster Abbey x Mar 1936
KJ037/04 Bailey, Colonel Charles. Society Secretary. Obituary MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. x Mar 1936
KJ037/04 Kipling Society, The. Secretary 3. Col. Charles Bailey. Obituary News & Notes x Mar 1936
KJ037/04 Kipling Society, The. Secretary 4. Sir Christopher Lynch-Robinson apptd News & Notes x Mar 1936
KJ037/05 COMFORTERS (DOCv). Verse quoted on Kipling’s death News & Notes x Mar 1936
KJ037/06 Kipling Society, The. Kipling’s death. Letter to Mrs Kipling from President Dunsterville, L.C. [excerpt] x Mar 1936
KJ037/09 Iran. Letter to Society secretary on Kipling’s death from Iranian Academy News & Notes x Mar 1936
KJ037/11 Catalogue intimate & descriptive of my Kipling Collection, by E.A. Ballard [Presented to the Library] x Mar 1936
KJ037/11 Middlesex Hospital Journal, Mar/1936. Study of K.’s work (Victor Bonnay) [Review] x Mar 1936
KJ037/13 Epitome. Rudyard Kipling – an epitome [: Kipling’s life in summary] [+ News & Notes 037/10] x Mar 1936
KJ037/26 Humour. Kipling’s humour + News & Notes 037/07 Goodenough, Sir Francis x Mar 1936
KJ037/29+08 Miscellany. Kipling miscellany. Discussion meeting [: short summary] Owen, Collinson x Mar 1936
KJ037/31 Kipling Society, The. Leaflet to promote Society x Mar 1936
KJ038/37 Prize essay competition 1936. Winners’ names News & Notes x Jun 1936
KJ038/38 Poets and prophets, by André Maurois. Cassel. 10/6 [Extended review] x Jun 1936
KJ038/39 Less familiar Kipling and Kiplingiana, by G.F. Monkshood. Jarrolds. 7/6 [3rd ed. Short review] x Jun 1936
KJ038/40 Schooldays with Kipling, by G.C. Beresford. Gollancz. 12/6 [Extended review] x Jun 1936
KJ038/42 Imperial Service College. Chronicle Memorial Issue [Brief review] x Jun 1936
KJ038/42 Limericks. There was a professor who led… [: in ‘Winter sports’] Frolich, Dr. Alfred x Jun 1936
KJ038/42 Winter sports. Kipling and winter sports Frolich, Dr. Alfred x Jun 1936
KJ038/44&49 Poetry. Kipling’s poetry + Discussion + 038/34 039/76 (News & Notes) Frankau, Miss Pamela x Jun 1936
KJ038/49&56 Greatness. Some aspects of Kipling’s greatness + 038/35 (News & Notes) Bonney, Victor+Discussion x Jun 1936
KJ038/52ff COLUMNS (FNv). Illustration, with Kipling inscription + 038/33 (N&N) Hare, Brig.-General R.W. x Jun 1936
KJ038/52ff PARTING OF THE COLUMNS (FNv). Illustration + K. fac. inscription Hare, Brig.-General R.W. x Jun 1936
KJ038/52ff PIET (FNv). Illustration, with Kipling facsimile inscription Hare, Brig.-General R.W. x Jun 1936
KJ038/59 Annual conference 1936. Summary x Jun 1936
KJ038/61 Annual luncheon 1936, with address by Maj-General L.C. Dunsterville [Text, with toasts] x Jun 1936
KJ039/72&73 Lahore. Fort Lahore main guard gatehouse and archway. Photograph News & Notes x Sep 1936
KJ039/74 Critics. Oliver Baldwin’s attack on K. in the ‘Daily Telegraph’, with replies News & Notes x Sep 1936
KJ039/76 Vermont. Naulakha open to the public every afternoon News & Notes x Sep 1936
KJ039/77 From jungle to Jutland, by Major Claude Wallace…on K’s. poetry influence News & Notes x Sep 1936
KJ039/77 Imperial Service College. Chronicle Memorial Issue & ‘Times’ article News & Notes x Sep 1936
KJ039/77 Kipling’s achievement: remarks by Henry Bett in the ‘London Quarterly’ News & Notes x Sep 1936
KJ039/78 New York. Memorial Meeting, March 1936. [Full text of address] Naumburg, Carl T x Sep 1936
KJ039/81 Kipling, by André Chevrillon. Librarie Plon. 1936 E.W.M. (extended review) x Sep 1936
KJ039/81 MALTESE CAT (DW). Macmillan. 7/6. [Brief review] Edwards, Lionel (illus.) x Sep 1936
KJ039/81 Moynihan, Lord. Vice-president. Obituary x Sep 1936
KJ039/84 Epitaphs. By Rudyard Kipling [:collected by the author] C 041/29 Milburn, Col. C.H. + C x Sep 1936
KJ039/96 Artist. Rudyard Kipling’s other art [: in the ‘Just So Stories’] Whitehouse, Francis Cecil x Sep 1936
KJ039/99 Parents. Father and mother of Rudyard Kipling+ C1 041/30+039/73 (N&N) Macdonald, Miss Florence x Sep 1936
KJ039/101 Uncollected Kipling verse written in his copy of ‘The Eve of St. Agnes’ [Text of 9-line verse] x Sep 1936
KJ039/102 In memoriam – Rudyard Kipling; poem Goddard, Ethel x Sep 1936
KJ039/103 Parents. More information requested about ‘those two remarkable people’ C1 x Sep 1936
KJ039/103 RECANTATION (YBv). Harry Lauder in mind? C1 x Sep 1936
KJ039/103 SLEIPNEIR LATE THURINDA (ATF). Odin’s 8-legged grey horse C x Sep 1936
KJ039/104 Kipling Society, The. Hotel Washington location for future meetings Secretary's corner x Sep 1936
KJ040/104&5 United Services College. College in 1935. Photograph News & Notes x Dec 1936
KJ040/106 Germans. Tribute from a German enthusiast on Kipling’s death C1 x Dec 1936
KJ040/106 Prophet. Words ‘which seem to set a limit to his own length of life’ News & Notes x Dec 1936
KJ040/107 German, Sir Edward. Composer. Obituary News & Notes x Dec 1936
KJ040/107 Memorial sermon for King George V: the Chief Rabbi quotes Kipling News & Notes x Dec 1936
KJ040/108 BATTLE OF RUPERT SQUARE; story. Synopsis in ‘St. James’ Gazette’ News & Notes x Dec 1936
KJ040/108 Critics. How nice…& tolerant & condescending…now that you are gone News & Notes x Dec 1936
KJ040/109 India. Calcutta ‘Sunday Statesman’, Feb 1936: 2 articles on Kipling News & Notes x Dec 1936
KJ040/110 Riley, J.W. Lines written in thanks to Kipling, 1891 News & Notes x Dec 1936
KJ040/110 SEVEN SEAS (v). Kipling’s explanation of the title News & Notes x Dec 1936
KJ040/111 Memorial area in Sussex photographed [: ‘Golfing’ article, Jun 1936] News & Notes x Dec 1936
KJ040/111 On reading Rudyard Kipling’s last story ‘Teem’; poem News & Notes x Dec 1936
KJ040/112 KIM. Zam Zammah. Used in the battle of Panipat in 1761 News & Notes x Dec 1936
KJ040/112 SOMETHING OF MYSELF. Publication announcement Reviews & New Books x Dec 1936
KJ040/113 Bombay edition. Publication of 4 volumes March 1937…cancelled Reviews & New Books x Dec 1936
KJ040/114 Man who made Mulvaney, by Miss Gerould [:article in ‘Harper’s Magazine’] Reviews & New Books x Dec 1936
KJ040/115 Imperialism. Excerpt from ‘Empire Review’. 1936, by Mr. Clive Holland Reviews & New Books x Dec 1936
KJ040/115 Internationalism. New internationalism versus imperialism [‘Eng. Review’] Reviews & New Books x Dec 1936
KJ040/116 Critics. Hugh Kingsmill gives us his view of K. [: in the ‘English Review’] Reviews & New Books x Dec 1936
KJ040/117 Auctions & sales. Kipling prices: 1936 x Dec 1936
KJ040/118 Kipling Society, The. Victoria B.C., Canada, branch report. 1936 + 041/05 Neal, M. x Dec 1936
KJ040/119 Kipling Society, The. Auckland branch summary. 1936 + 041/05 x Dec 1936
KJ040/120 Kipling Society, The. Canadian notes from Toronto and Winnipeg x Dec 1936
KJ040/120 Kipling Society, The. Philadelphia talk by Mr. Ellis Ames Ballard x Dec 1936
KJ040/121&127 Internationalism. Kipling versus Internationalism + Discussion + 040/105 Cazalet, Capt. Victor x Dec 1936
KJ040/128 Prize essay competition 1936. Winning essay text Holmes, R.N.B. x Dec 1936
KJ040/132 Kipling Society, The. Aims and objects. Para 5: The true spirit of Kipling [Explanation of wording] x Dec 1936
KJ040/133 Kipling Society, The. Members book [: helpful for increasing membership] Robinson, C.H. x Dec 1936
KJ040/133 Kipling Society, The. Members. Helpful book [: to increase membership] Robinson, C.H. x Dec 1936
KJ040/134 Rudyard Kipling: poem Neal, Mary x Dec 1936
KJ040/135 CENTURION OF THE 30TH (POPH). K.’s ‘fortuitous bullseye’ C1 x Dec 1936
KJ041/FP KIM. Shrine visited by the Lama. Photograph xi Mar 1937
KJ041/02 Parody. Reading of some of Kipling’s parodies by B.M.Bazley, 17/2/37 News & Notes xi Mar 1937
KJ041/03 As a tale that is told, by Rev. Frederic W. Macdonald [Kipling’s uncle] News & Notes xi Mar 1937
KJ041/03 Quotations. More sources ‘of Kipling’s quotations have come to light…’ News & Notes xi Mar 1937
KJ041/04 Memorial service: 1st anniv. St. Dunstan-in-the-East (Rev. A.G.B. West) News & Notes xi Mar 1937
KJ041/04 SOMETHING OF MYSELF. Correspondence in ‘Daily Telegraph’ News & Notes xi Mar 1937
KJ041/06 Kipling Society, The. Manitoba branch report. 1936 xi Mar 1937
KJ041/06 SOMETHING OF MYSELF, by Rudyard Kipling. Macmillan. 7/6 [Extended review] xi Mar 1937
KJ041/08 Rudyard Kipling in New England, by Howard C. Rice. Stephen Day Press. [Brief review] xi Mar 1937
KJ041/09 Locke, Dr. George H. Society Vice-president. Obituary xi Mar 1937
KJ041/09 TOOMAI OF THE ELEPHANTS (JB1). Film review Robinson, C.H. xi Mar 1937
KJ041/10&01 Artist. Kipling the artist + Discussion 041/14 Mends-Gibson, Mrs ('Arthur Hood') xi Mar 1937
KJ041/26 X² R.H.A. [Unsigned article in ‘St. James’s Gazette’] xi Mar 1937
KJ042/32 Parents. Kipling’s mother. Photograph [: before marriage?] [from Florence Macdonald] xi Jun 1937
KJ042/34 ISLANDERS (FNv). Conscription on continental lines implied? News & Notes xi Jun 1937
KJ042/35 Critics. North China Herald on ‘Something of myself’ News & Notes xi Jun 1937
KJ042/35 Freemasonry. Lodge Hope and Perseverance, the K. Lodge + R 044/129 News & Notes + 043/70 xi Jun 1937
KJ042/35 Wheeler, S.E. Kipling’s ‘Civil & Military Gazette’ editor. Obituary [Brief note] xi Jun 1937
KJ042/36 Kipling Society, The. Victoria B.C., Canada, branch report. 1937-8+046/37 + 043/71 044/108 045/05 xi Jun 1937
KJ042/36 Prize essay competition 1937. Winners’ names and % marks awarded xi Jun 1937
KJ042/36 Rudyard Kipling: craftsman, by Lt.-Gen. Sir George MacMunn. Hale. 10/6 [Extended review] xi Jun 1937
KJ042/38 Australia. Original Fairbridge Farm and Kipling Alec-Tweedie, Mrs xi Jun 1937
KJ042/38 Sussex edition. Specimen copies on view in principal book shops xi Jun 1937
KJ042/40 United Services College. Battle of one against three Beresford, G.C. xi Jun 1937
KJ042/43 Medical matters. Kiplings’ family doctor Fröhlich, Prof. Dr. Alfred xi Jun 1937
KJ042/47+34 Medical matters. Kipling and doctors + Discussion 042/56 Bonney, Victor xi Jun 1937
KJ042/59 Annual conference 1937. Extended summary xi Jun 1937
KJ042/62 Annual luncheon 1937, with address by Sir Edward Grigg [Text, with toasts] xi Jun 1937
KJ042/65 South Africa. Mr. Bowlby’s diary & Kipling [BMJ May 1900, excerpt] C1 xi Jun 1937
KJ042/66 STORY OF THE GADSBYS. Portsmouth Parish church bells C xi Jun 1937
KJ042/67 Annual luncheon. Problem of seating members satisfactorily & Golden Rule! Secretary's corner xi Jun 1937
KJ042/67 Kipling Society, The. Members. Should be recruiting sergeants! Secretary's corner xi Jun 1937
KJ043/68 Lockwood Kipling. Bombay Art School: 2 Photographs 1865 & 1937 News & Notes xi Sep 1937
KJ043/70 Watt, Messrs A.P. & Son. Literary agent for Kipling News & Notes xi Sep 1937
KJ043/71 Imperial Service College. K. Memorial Buildings – plan taking shape News & Notes xi Sep 1937
KJ043/71 Pelorus Jack and Kipling See also: 300,000 sea miles… 068/15 News & Notes xi Sep 1937
KJ043/72 Kipling Society, The. Auckland branch summary. 1937-8 + 045/05 046/37 047/79 xi Sep 1937
KJ043/72 Kipling Society, The. Manitoba branch report. 1937 xi Sep 1937
KJ043/72 MRS BATHURST (T&D). Notes: ‘Death by spontaneous combustion’ Chandler, L.H. xi Sep 1937
KJ043/75&90 TEEM: A TREASURE HUNTER. Concerning ‘Teem’+Discussion +042/33 Griffin, J.G.+ 043/69(N&N) xi Sep 1937
KJ043/96 SOMETHING OF MYSELF. Blue & fat/Brown & fat verse bks identified C1 + R 44/106 (N&N) xi Sep 1937
KJ043/98 BROTHER SQUARE-TOES (R&F). Apothecary Toby Hirte & Red Jacket C1 xi Sep 1937
KJ043/99 Kipling Society, The. US secretary. Mrs F. Livingston Secretary's corner xi Sep 1937
KJ044/FP KIM. They passed out of the Serai; illustration [suggestion] by Anon News & Notes xi Dec 1937
KJ044/103 Critics. Debunking of the film ‘We (sic) Willie Winkie’ & member’s reply ['Daily Telegraph' Oct/37] xi Dec 1937
KJ044/104 Kipling saga: …’excellent article’ in the ‘Dublin Evening Herald’ (27/10/37) News & Notes xi Dec 1937
KJ044/105 KIM. Jacob – the original of Lurgan Sahib News & Notes xi Dec 1937
KJ044/105 Signature. Kipling’s signature and a doodle for character analysis News & Notes xi Dec 1937
KJ044/107 AS EASY AS A.B.C. (DOC). Connection with new road-slagging machine News & Notes xi Dec 1937
KJ044/107 Burwash. Burwash boy and Rudyard Kipling [‘Sussex County Magazine’] News & Notes xi Dec 1937
KJ044/107 Glendale. Kipling Memorial Church in California + 059/22 (Kiplingiana) News & Notes xi Dec 1937
KJ044/108 MALTESE CAT (DW). Superb radio rendering by Ronald Simpson News & Notes xi Dec 1937
KJ044/109 Kipling Society, The. Memorial fund. Dinner: 982 present Detailed report xi Dec 1937
KJ044/109 Music settings. Messrs Elkin publish 3 settings of Kipling lyrics [N&N] Hely-Hutchinson, Victor xi Dec 1937
KJ044/109 Rudyard Kipling’s Vermont feud, by F.F. van de Water [4-line 'review'] xi Dec 1937
KJ044/113 South Africa. Boer War. Christmas card and a fight 2911 Light Troop xi Dec 1937
KJ044/115 Quiz. Another Kipling examination paper Answers 046/40 ['Cornhill Magazine' article] xi Dec 1937
KJ044/116 My brother: some reminiscences. Discussion meeting (044/121) + 044/101 Fleming, Mrs R. [sic] xi Dec 1937
KJ044/129 MANDALAY (BRBv). Kipling silent on its real meaning C2 xi Dec 1937
KJ044/130 Bingham, Robert W. US ambassador & KS member. Obituary xi Dec 1937
KJ044/131 Kipling Society, The. Gower St office & members’ enthusiasm Secretary's corner xi Dec 1937
KJ044/131 Kipling Society, The. Memorial fund. Not organised by the Society Secretary's corner xi Dec 1937
KJ045/FP Fleming, Mrs Alice Macdonald. Kipling’s sister ‘Trix’. Photo, age 3½ xii Mar 1938
KJ045/03 Kipling Society, The. Memorial fund. Amounts to over £50,000 News & Notes xii Mar 1938
KJ045/04 Kipling Society, The. Cape Town branch. Inaugurated + 045/31 046/38 xii Mar 1938
KJ045/04 Prophet. Guns in Stanley Park and at Point Grey, Vancouver ['V. Daily Province' Jan'38] xii Mar 1938
KJ045/06 Sussex edition. Volume 15 [R&F] reviewed in the ‘Observer’ xii Mar 1938
KJ045/07 Phantom Kipling books (2) Ferguson, Delancey xii Mar 1938
KJ045/08&01 Crypticisms. 7: Some Kipling crypticisms; lecture C 046/67 047/102 Bazley, Basil M. + C4 xii Mar 1938
KJ045/11 Poetry. Opinion on Kipling’s 100 best poems [in a cheap edition] Brooking, J.H.C. xii Mar 1938
KJ045/18&23 Humour. Humour of Kipling. Discussion meeting + News & Notes 045/02 Collins, J.P. xii Mar 1938
KJ045/27 Beresford, George C. M’Turk. Kipling Society No 1. Obituary xii Mar 1938
KJ045/27 MacLachlan, Major-General James D. Vice-president. Obituary xii Mar 1938
KJ045/28 Rudyard Kipling’s Vermont feud, by F.F. van de Water; criticism+R 047/102 C1 + R 048/144 049/38 xii Mar 1938
KJ045/30 CAT THAT WALKED BY HIMSELF (JSS). Not a lovable character C1 xii Mar 1938
KJ045/30 United Services College. Kipling memorial theatre, etc suggestion C5 xii Mar 1938
KJ045/31 Kipling Journal, The. Binder available @ 3/6d Secretary's corner xii Mar 1938
KJ045/31 Kipling Society, The. Membership. Currently 849 – needs 1000 minimum Secretary's corner xii Mar 1938
KJ045/31 Kipling Society, The. Sales dept: Badges, postcards, pencils, etc price list 46/70+047/103&4+053/01 xii Mar 1938
KJ046/33+ FP Poet’s corner: Kipling’s grave in Westminster Abbey. Illustration News & Notes xii Jul 1938
KJ046/36 Kipling Society, The. Society foundation and resumé of work carried out xii Jul 1938
KJ046/38 Kipling Society, The. Manitoba branch sends congratulations to SA branch xii Jul 1938
KJ046/38 Kipling Society, The. Melbourne branch activities. 1938 (1). Inauguration xii Jul 1938
KJ046/39 Bibliography of the works of R.K., by Flora V. Livingston. Supplement [Review] xii Jul 1938
KJ046/40 Auctions & sales. Maggs Bros catalogue (663) of Kipling items [Brief reference] xii Jul 1938
KJ046/40 Sussex edition. Further volumes published [: Vols 26-34] xii Jul 1938
KJ046/41 Prize essay competition 1938. Winners’ names and marks awarded xii Jul 1938
KJ046/42 Parents. Rudyard Kipling’s parents in India. + 046/35 [News & Notes] Plowden, Miss R.E. xii Jul 1938
KJ046/42 To the memory of R.K.; poem Mason, Michael xii Jul 1938
KJ046/45 My cousin Rudyard Kipling: some memories Macdonald, Miss Florence xii Jul 1938
KJ046/50 Annual conference 1938. Summary xii Jul 1938
KJ046/51 Annual luncheon 1938, with address by Viscount Goschen [Text, with toasts] xii Jul 1938
KJ046/58&65 Builders. Kipling and the builders. Discussion meeting + 046/33 [News…] Hall, Austen, H. xii Jul 1938
KJ046/67 Ballard, Ellis Ames. USA Vice-president. Obituary xii Jul 1938
KJ046/68 Lockwood Kipling. Travelling on P&O Ballarat in 1892 C1 xii Jul 1938
KJ046/68 Worst slip. North star location in ‘Man who was’ C1 xii Jul 1938
KJ046/69 Kipling, Dr. Thomas. Connection sought with ‘the family of our poet’ C xii Jul 1938
KJ047/FP Schooldays with Kipling, by G.C. Beresford. ‘Stalky Pictures, 1’ [: 9 illus] News & Notes xii Oct 1938
KJ047/73 Villiers Street. Embankment Chambers to be known as ‘Kipling House’ News & Notes xii Oct 1938
KJ047/74 Chandler Kipling collection presented to the Library of Congress News & Notes xii Oct 1938
KJ047/74 STALKY & CO. Joy to adults…if not to certain of the teaching fraternity News & Notes xii Oct 1938
KJ047/75 Critics. Magazine ‘The Navy’ reports on the greatness of Rudyard Kipling News & Notes xii Oct 1938
KJ047/75 Frédé, Père. Patron of the Lapin Agile in Montmartre. Obituary News & Notes xii Oct 1938
KJ047/76 Kipling Memorial scholarship. Indian winner News & Notes xii Oct 1938
KJ047/76 Lectures on Kipling in various locations News & Notes xii Oct 1938
KJ047/77 Naulakha. Naulakha and RK [: brief excerpt from ‘National Mag.’, 1905] News & Notes xii Oct 1938
KJ047/78 Kipling Society, The. Victoria B.C., Canada, branch report. 1938: Aug-Dec Neal, M + 048/107 049/07 xii Oct 1938
KJ047/78 TRAFFICS & DISCOVERIES. Comments in ‘New York Times’, 1904 News & Notes xii Oct 1938
KJ047/79 Kipling Memorial scholarship. New Zealand winner xii Oct 1938
KJ047/79 Limericks. Victoria branch meeting offers 5 limericks News & Notes xii Oct 1938
KJ047/80 Katrina and other poems, by Rev. Arthur Vine Hall. Longmans. 1937 [Review] xii Oct 1938
KJ047/80 Kipling Society, The. Cape Town branch. 1938 summary xii Oct 1938
KJ047/81 French. Translations of ‘Seven Seas’ & ‘Five Nations’ by M. Jules Castier [Review] xii Oct 1938
KJ047/82 Salam the mouse-deer, by A. Hillman & Walter W. Skeat. Macmillan. 7/6 [Brief review] xii Oct 1938
KJ047/83 French. Séjour de Kipling aux États-Unis; article by Howard C. Rice [Brief comment] xii Oct 1938
KJ047/83 Prolusiones Academiae: exercises which have won Cambridge prizes. CUP [Review] xii Oct 1938
KJ047/84 Denmark. Kipling and Denmark Laursen, Captain A.H. xii Oct 1938
KJ047/86 JOHNNY GRUNDY (v). Rudyard Kipling and Johnny Grundy C 048/143 Foster, Frank + C xii Oct 1938
KJ047/89 Freemasonry. Masonic note Williamson, H.S. xii Oct 1938
KJ047/91+95 TRAFFICS & DISCOVERIES. Discussion meeting C 048/144&145 Hall, Capel+046/34 [N&N] xii Oct 1938
KJ047/99 Kipling Society, The. Future of the Society [: answers for the critics] xii Oct 1938
KJ047/102 Worst slip. Dipping house flag, query [Coastwise lights] C2 xii Oct 1938
KJ047/103 Kipling Journal, The. Back issues reprint to satisfy demand? No: 048/147 Secretary's corner xii Oct 1938
KJ047/103 Kipling Society, The. Service department. Introduced: 20% reductions Secretary's corner xii Oct 1938
KJ047/103 Kipling Society, The. Service department. Theatre ticket offers Secretary's corner xii Oct 1938
KJ047/103 Kipling Society, The. Winnipeg branch closes down Secretary's corner xii Oct 1938
KJ048/FP+106 R.M.S. Ripon. In which K. travelled from Bombay to Suez, 1871. Photo News & Notes xii Dec 1938
KJ048/105 H.M.S. Kipling. Kipling plaque in bas-relief accepted by Admiralty Robinson, C.H. xii Dec 1938
KJ048/106 Kipling Journal, The. Increased size agreed by Council News & Notes xii Dec 1938
KJ048/107 Kipling Society, The. Masonic lodge suggested News & Notes xii Dec 1938
KJ048/108 Kipling Society, The. Melbourne branch activities. 1938 (2) + 049/08 Joske, A/Broughton, Mrs G. xii Dec 1938
KJ048/109 Calendar. Rudyard Kipling calendar [1939]. G. Delgado Ltd. 3/6 [Brief comment] xii Dec 1938
KJ048/109 Sussex edition. Part 1 [Details of some of the prose volumes] Maitland, W.G.B. xii Dec 1938
KJ048/109 THY SERVANT A DOG and other dog stories. Macmillan. 7/6 [Short review] xii Dec 1938
KJ048/112+125 South Africa. Kipling and South Africa. Discussion meeting + 048/106 Willmot, H.G. xii Dec 1938
KJ048/130 Rudyard Kipling: the apostle of work and service Cornwell, A.E.G. xii Dec 1938
KJ048/147 Kipling Society, The. Christmas card for 1938 sold out Secretary's corner xii Dec 1938
KJ048/147 Kipling Society, The. Members. Wandering members…and a bank address Secretary's corner xii Dec 1938
KJ048/147 Kipling Society, The. Service department. Refuses to acquire autographs Secretary's corner xii Dec 1938
KJ048/148 Kipling Journal, The. Numbers 1-47 for sale. £7/4/- [!] Secretary's corner xii Dec 1938
KJ049/01 FOLLY BRIDGE; story. Photo of the railway bridge over the Orange River ['Daily Express' 15/6/1900] xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/02 Kipling Society, The. Wreath of Remembrance inscription, Jan 18, 1939 [3rd anniversary] xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/03 Critics. Frogs in a well [: article in ‘London Quarterly’, January 1939] News & Notes xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/03 Epitaphs. In the Melbourne Argus, 25/1/39 [: short excerpt] News & Notes xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/03 Kipling Society, The. Etching of K. by Graham Clilverd presented to K.S. News & Notes xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/04 H.M.S. Kipling. Sucesssfully launched by Mrs Bambridge News & Notes xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/04 Rottingdean. Kipling home is now safe [: ‘Brighton Era’ paragraph, 9/2/39] News & Notes xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/05 Critics. Midland Arts Club attempts to ‘de-bunk’ Kipling News & Notes xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/06 Frankau, Gilbert. Kipling’s letter to GF found in book News & Notes xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/06 MANDALAY (BRBv). Village called China at the western side of the Bay? News & Notes xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/06 Sutro. Kipling and Alfred Sutro at the Academy Banquet News & Notes xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/07 Imperial Service College. K. Memorial Buildings foundation stone laid News & Notes xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/09 Childhood. Memories of R.K. [: brief exc. from ‘Chamber’s Journal’ 3/39] Fleming, Mrs xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/09 Sussex edition. Part 2 [Summary of the 4 volumes of verse] Maitland, W.G.B. xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/12&22 Humanities. Kipling and the humanities. Discussion meeting C 049/37 Dawson, Major Ernest + C xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/28 Kipling: essay [written by a 17 year-old from Pennsylvania] Jones, Anne Comfort xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/33 Best stories. Kipling selection [: for a teacher of English in Austria] Browne, Lt.-Col. B.S. xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/35 DAYSPRING MISHANDLED (L&R). Double acrostic in Latin C 54/34 Chandler, Admiral L. + C xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/37 Bateson, Dr. Vaughan. Distinguished member. Obituary xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/37 Waitt, Ronald V. Manitoba branch founder. Obituary [See also: 054/38] xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/39 Kipling Society, The. Membership. Falling off badly since September crisis Secretary's corner xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/39 Kipling Society, The. US secretary. Professor Ekblaw Secretary's corner xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/40 Kipling Society, The. Medallion of K.’s head & shoulder for H.M.S. Kipling Secretary's notes xiii Apr 1939
KJ049/40 Prize essay competition 1939. What appeals to you most in Kipling’s verse? [Selected subject] xiii Apr 1939
KJ050/FP United Services College. End of term photograph 1880 [+ Notes & News 050/43] xiii Jul 1939
KJ050/41 Kipling Journal, The. Fiftieth number: From the President Dunsterville, Maj-Gen. L.C. xiii Jul 1939
KJ050/42 Kipling Journal, The. Fiftieth number: Jubilee of our Journal [: a retrospect] Editor xiii Jul 1939
KJ050/44 Bookmarks. Melbourne branch secretary presents bookmarks to friends News & Notes xiii Jul 1939
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