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KJ050/44 France. Striking tribute to Kipling in ‘Le Patriote des Pyrénées’ Delune, Louis xiii Jul 1939
KJ050/45 Hand-in-hand: verses by a mother and daughter [: mistaken attribution] News & Notes xiii Jul 1939
KJ050/45 Motoring. Lanchester owned by R.K. in Daimler Company’s Museum News & Notes xiii Jul 1939
KJ050/45 United Services College. Old Boys’ Luncheon 1939 Notes & News xiii Jul 1939
KJ050/48 Limericks. Naboth & Haunted subalterns News & Notes xiii Jul 1939
KJ050/49 Kipling Society, The. Melbourne branch annual report: 1st Broughton, Mrs Grace xiii Jul 1939
KJ050/50 Poems of a South African, by Arthur Vine Hall. Longmans. 10/6 [Review] xiii Jul 1939
KJ050/51 Childhood. Memories of R.K. [: brief exc. from ‘Chamber’s Journal’ 7/39] Fleming, Mrs xiii Jul 1939
KJ050/52 Moyle Prize Essay: The other Kipling, by A.L. Burns News & Notes xiii Jul 1939
KJ050/53 In Westminster Abbey: a thought at evensong – March 29, 1936 Tyler, Florence xiii Jul 1939
KJ050/54&61 Till the sure magic strike! [: ‘…windows into R.K.’s mind…] + 054/13 Fox, Gerard E. + C 055/24 xiii Jul 1939
KJ050/64 Annual luncheon 1939, with address by Alfred Noyes [Text, with toasts] xiii Jul 1939
KJ050/75 Benham, E.E. Cape Town Branch secretary. Obituary xiii Jul 1939
KJ050/75 Prize essay competition 1939. Winners’ names and marks awarded xiii Jul 1939
KJ050/76 Annual conference 1939. Brief summary xiii Jul 1939
KJ050/78 Kipling Society, The. Service department. Problems recently tackled Secretary's corner xiii Jul 1939
KJ051/FP ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR (v). Cook’s son, duke’s son. Photograph xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/03 Carlyle. Kipling and Carlyle News & Notes xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/03 Wars of aggression: a recurrent process in the Teuton cosmogony News & Notes xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/04 Canada. Sudbury and the story of an epitaph + 053/06 [Notes] + 052/05 052/48 xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/04 Punjab. Rendering to the colours more troops than rest of India combined News & Notes xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/05 Kipling Society, The. Members. (c1600) in many lands [Countries listed] xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/05 LAST CHANTEY (SSv). Original pen-and-ink drawings [not illustrated] Housman, Laurence xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/06&01 Kipling Society, The. Wartime. Its part in the war + Maurois’ reply 052/07 Dunsterville, Maj-Gen. L.C. xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/08 Annual luncheon 1939. Photograph of President, RK’s sister & cousin xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/09 Kipling in war-time [: ‘…a very present help for readers…’] E.G.H. xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/11 Prophet. Some Kipling war warnings + C1 064/17 MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/13 Kipling Society, The. Thoughts on the Kipling Society Brooking, J.H.C. xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/17 Uncollected Kipling writings. Part 1 Martindell, Captain E.W. xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/20 Imperial Service College. Presentation of 25 water-colours to Kipling Hall Alec-Tweedie, Mrs (artist) xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/22 Tellers of tales, selected by Somerset Maugham. Doubleday, NY. 1939 [Introduction excerpt] xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/23 Auctions & sales. Letter from the Boer War sold for £11 xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/23 Rudyard Kipling: Fishguard trawler sunk in September 1939 xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/24 Sailors. Kipling and some sailors Ström, Miss Sista xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/32 Piracy. Information requested about ‘The Vampire’ pirated edition Caddick, A.E. + R 053/30 xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/33 STEAM TACTICS (T&D). How Kipling revised the original version Caddick, A.E. xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/37 BEGINNINGS (DOCv) [: its spirit…represents something of a religion…] xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/38 Parody. Kipling as a parodist C2 xiii Oct 1939
KJ051/39 Kipling Society, The. Wartime. Business as usual Secretary's corner xiii Oct 1939
KJ052/FP Lahore. Kipling’s final visit to Lahore [: a 6-panel illustration from ‘Home’] xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/03 Empire’s laureate [: ‘…but now without his living voice and inspiration…’] [Notes] xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/04 LIGHT THAT FAILED. Wrong and right endings [for filmed version] [Notes] xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/05 Night mail to India [from Charing Cross] in Kipling’s time. B&W sketch Pennell, Joseph xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/07 Kipling Journal, The. New cover [:with plaque presented to H.M.S. Kipling] [Notes] xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/08 Charing Cross. Kipling and Charing Cross: an interesting anniversary Collins, J.P. + 052/04 xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/10&04 Embankment Gardens in winter…seen from Kipling’s window. Water colour Pennell, Joseph xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/12 South Africa. Autographed leaf ['Dundee Courier' excerpt] xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/13 On re-reading the youthful Kipling Hawke, Edward G. xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/15 Glow-worm. A Kipling memory [: peace, war and the glow-worm] Kernahan, Coulson xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/17 Poetry. Kipling’s sheer poetry MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/20 Kipling Journal, The. Editor 3: Bazley, B.M. resigns [ + 051/16] xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/20 Kipling Journal, The. Editor 4: Chaplin, E.D.W. xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/21 Uncollected Kipling writings. Part 2 Oct 1891 – March 1892 Martindell, Captain E.W. xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/24 PLAIN TALES FROM THE HILLS. Fly-leaf autograph inscriptions. 1888 xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/27 SOLDIERS THREE. Kipling fifty years ago: review in ‘The Spectator’,1889 xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/30 Quiz. Kipling questions (12) Answers 052/46 xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/31 JUST SO STORIES. Broadcast adaptations, with ‘Radio Times’ summary xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/34 Kipling “As he appeals to me” Kendall, F.K. xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/37 H.M.S. Kipling. New ‘K’ class destroyer – god-daughter of Kipling Society Robinson, C.H. xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/38 PLAIN TALES FROM THE HILLS. Earliest of the ‘Plain Tales’ C 054/34 Pemberton, Sir Max + C1 xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/39 Film productions. Kipling and the cinema [: popular as a screen author] xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/40 Joske, Dr. A.S. President of the Melbourne Branch. Obituary + 051/16 Broughton, Mrs Grace xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/40 Kipling Society, The. Melbourne branch activities. 1939 (1) Broughton, Mrs Grace xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/41 Kipling Society, The. Victoria B.C., Canada, branch report. 1939-40 Neal, Mrs W.J. + 050/48 xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/42 STALKY & CO. Stalky and Beetle R 053/30 C2 (+illus) + R xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/44 Kipling Society, The. Bookplate: 3″ x 2½”. Price 1d. [Illustration] xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/44 Sixty poems, by Rudyard Kipling. Hodder & Stoughton. 2/- + 052/47 Maitland, W.G.B. (review) xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/45 Kipling’s reading and its influence on his poetry, by Ann Weygandt. 1939 Bazley, Basil M. (review) xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/47 Kipling Society, The. Wartime. Problems & need to ‘keep K. flag flying’ Secretary's corner xiii Dec 1939
KJ052/48 Tyler, Captain J.O. Original member. Obituary xiii Dec 1939
KJ053/FP Beerbohm. Max Beerbohm’s letter & caricature of R.K. in ‘School Budget’ 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/Insert Kipling Society, The. Members. List: 1st April 1940 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/FP SCHOOL BUDGET. Max Beerbohm’s letter & caricature of R.K. 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/03 Bateman’s. Bequest to the National Trust and Mrs Kipling’s death Notes 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/04 Imperial Service College. Windsor and Westward Ho!, with illustration Notes 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/04 Misinformation. Corps of corregidori Notes 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/05 Elephants. Mud-walled stables Notes + 055/01 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/07 Tradition. Kipling traditions [: upheld in the early war years] Goschen, Viscount 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/08 H.M.S. Kipling. Visit by the Hon. Secretary ‘…with a dozen dartboards…’ Robinson, C.H. 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/10 Kipling Journal, The. Swastika omitted and replaced by R.K. plaque 7 Oct 1940
KJ053/10 Worst slip. Was Kipling trailing a red herring? C 054/34&35(2) 055/23 Bazley, Basil M. + C3 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/11 Forged letters [: ‘…they could not, under any circumstances, be genuine…’] Maitland, W.G.B. + 053/32 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/13 Uncollected Kipling writings. Part 3 + 1882 K. photos + m.s. letter Martindell, Captain E.W. 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/18 Quiz. Test your knowledge with these [10] questions Answers 054/22 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/19 Children. Kipling’s characterisation of children Graham, Dr. H. Boyd 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/23 Verse. Tribute to Kipling in verse by Rev. A. Vine Hall. Full text Maitland, W.G.B. 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/27 Kipling Society, The. Cape Town branch. Kipling’s 12 best short stories [Reply: C 055/23] 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/28 Kipling Society, The. Melbourne branch activities. 1939 (2) Broughton, Mrs Grace 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/29 Deed of daring [: youthful exploit of Chairman of Council] C 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/29 GARDENER (D&C). Economy of implication C 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/29 Kipling Society, The. Lt. George MacMunn’s ‘deed of daring’ in 1892 C 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/29 TOMB OF HIS ANCESTORS (DW). Kipling origins C 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/30 LIGHT THAT FAILED. Film review in ‘The Daily Telegraph’ C1 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/31 Eighteen-Nineties, by Holbrook Jackson. Pelican Series. [1913]. 6d Bazley, B.M. (review) 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/31 More selected stories, by Rudyard Kipling. Macmillan. 3/6. [Brief listing] 7 Apr 1940
KJ053/32 Kipling Society, The. Noise abatement league with offices on same floor ['News Chronicle' excerpt] 7 Apr 1940
KJ054/FP JUNGLE BOOKS. Characters from The Jungle Book illus. in cast lead Elkan, Benno 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/01 Empire’s strain [: Kipling proud of his countrymen were he still alive] Notes 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/01 France. Our ally [: Kipling’s advocacy and admiration] Notes 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/01 Prophet. Younger son Notes 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/03 H.M.S. Kipling. Boat badge in bronze. Illustration Notes 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/03 Queen Mary. R.K. and R.M.S. ‘Queen Mary’ Notes 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/04 Library. Gift: Text of 1935 Kipling speech to Royal Society of St George Notes 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/05&35 Bateman’s. Kipling shrine, with photographs C 055/22 Denny, Rev. Sir. H. + C1 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/09 Humility. Kipling and the humble folk of the world MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/14 Kipling Society, The. Christmas card for 1940 illustrated. 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/15 Uncollected Kipling writings. Part 4 + C 055/22 Martindell, Captain E.W. 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/19 H.M.S. Kipling. Deputation from Council (054/02) and details of the ship McMurtrie, Francis + photo 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/22 H.M.S. Kipling. Accounts for fund organised by the Kipling Society 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/23 Army. Kipling and the British army. Part 1 Hughesdon, Major R.H. 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/27 Register of shipping. List of ship’s names [300+] in K.’s published works Elwell, T.E. 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/30 SONG OF AN OUTSIDER (v). 2 versions C 055/21&22 056/24 Milburn, Col. C.H. + C 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/32 Rudyard Kipling: a study in literature & political ideas, by Edward Shanks Bazley, Basil M (review) 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/33 Library. Gift: ‘Bookman’ Xmas Double Issue, 1912 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/34 Worst slip. North star over the Khyber Pass? R 055/22 C4 + R 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/35 India. Kipling map of India being prepared: help required C3 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/36&02 Kipling Society, The. Victoria B.C., Canada, branch report. 1940-1 +060/06 +056/15 058/20 059/24 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/37 Kipling Society, The. Auckland branch summary. 1939 + illustration Buchanan, Edith M+053/28 7 Jul 1940
KJ054/38 Kipling Society, The. Melbourne branch annual report: 2nd Broughton, Mrs Grace 7 Jul 1940
KJ055/FP Bust. Bronze bust of R.K. Illustration See also: 044/131 046/70 050/46 Bingguely-Lejeune, Mme 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/01 Prophet. Kipling on victory Notes 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/02 Imperial Service College. Accommodation offer from New York State Notes 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/02 Worst slip. Interesting slips in ‘The Naulahka’ Notes 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/03 Bateman’s. New tenant [: Mr. C.W. Parish ‘who has taken a long lease’] Notes 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/03 Red Cross. Kipling and the Red Cross Notes 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/04 Bateman’s. National Trust report, 1939-40 Notes 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/04 Kipling Society, The. Brooking, J.H.C. Council chairman 1940-1 Notes 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/05 Kipling Journal, The. Size restrictions Notes 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/05 Kiplingiana. Introduction [: ‘to take stock of current press comment’] Notes 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/05 Lawrence, Sir Walter Roper. Vice-President of K.S. Obituary Notes 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/06 Light that failed; film. A real Kipling film reviewed MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/08 Army. Kipling and the British army. Part 2 Hughesdon, Major R.H. 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/10 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. Kipling origins [: for Harvey & ‘Penn’] Carpenter, Wm. M. 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/11 Uncollected Kipling writings. Part 5 + Notes 056/04 Martindell, Captain E.W. 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/15 Poetry. Poet of all classes [: Kipling reading at the Poetry Society’s HQ] 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/16 Quiz. Test your knowledge with these [7] questions Answers 055/18 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/16 Selections from the freer verse: a little-known 1932 booklet C 057/26 Kipling, Rudyard + C 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/17 Kipling Society, The. Forming new branches: a note for members 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/18 LAST CHANTEY (SSv). Interesting queries R 056/24 057/25 C1 + R 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/19 Critics. For his uniqueness [: current press comment] Kiplingiana 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/19 Dunkirk. Epic of Dunkirk [: and what R.K. could have made of it] Kiplingiana 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/20 Ford, F.G.J. R.K.’s cricketing friend and neighbour Kiplingiana 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/20 Honours. Kipling on honours Kiplingiana 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/20 More selected stories, by Rudyard Kipling: ‘Madras Mail’ comment Kiplingiana 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/20 Prophet. R.K.’s international vision Kiplingiana 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/20 STALKY & CO. Kipling and ‘brutal’ Stalky Kiplingiana 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/21 PROOFS OF HOLY WRIT. How Kipling came to write the story C2 7 Oct 1940
KJ055/24 Kipling Society, The. Cape Town branch. Very much alive C 7 Oct 1940
KJ056/01 Churchill. Interesting parallel [: with K’s. ‘…words cabled round the earth…] Notes 7 Dec 1940
KJ056/02 BALLAD OF EAST AND WEST (BRBv). Habits of loose quotation Notes 7 Dec 1940
KJ056/03 Macdonald. Macdonald clan C 058/22 Notes + C1 7 Dec 1940
KJ056/04 Kipling Society, The. Wartime. Restrictions & difficulties + Notes 056/01 7 Dec 1940
KJ056/05 Kipling Society, The. Wartime. We carry on! [: note from the President] Dunsterville, Maj-Gen. L.C. 7 Dec 1940
KJ056/07 Critics. Some early critics of Kipling Martindell, Captain E.W. 7 Dec 1940
KJ056/10 Motoring. Rudyard Kipling’s early Lanchester. Photograph [Daimler Co. Ltd] 7 Dec 1940
KJ056/11 United Services College. Kipling and the School. Part 1 Hawkins, Miss E.B. 7 Dec 1940
KJ056/14 Baring. Maurice Baring on K. [: ‘what if a great writer came on the scene’] Dowson, Major Ernest 7 Dec 1940
KJ056/16 Names. Rudyard [: a possible history & R.K.’s published letter 11/7/1900] [+ 058/01(N)+ C2 058/22] 7 Dec 1940
KJ056/17 Homes of Rudyard Kipling. Part 1 C 057/26 Milburn, Colonel C.H. + C1 7 Dec 1940
KJ056/20 TOMMY DODD (v). Lampoon C 058/23 [Rudyard Kipling?] + C 7 Dec 1940
KJ056/21 CAPTIVE (T&D). Churchill’s use of ‘innocuous deseutude’ Kiplingiana 7 Dec 1940
KJ056/21 Churchill. Kipling’s crew and captain [: broadcast speech comment] Kiplingiana 7 Dec 1940
KJ056/21 Man of his time [: ‘…politically but also metaphysically…’] Kiplingiana 7 Dec 1940
KJ056/21 Martello towers and Rudyard Kipling Kiplingiana 7 Dec 1940
KJ056/21 Storyteller & mythmaker [: Kipling’s true vocation] Kiplingiana 7 Dec 1940
KJ056/22 STALKY & CO. Interview with Stalky forty years ago Kiplingiana 7 Dec 1940
KJ056/23 CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS. Information sources requested Kiplingiana 7 Dec 1940
KJ056/23 Vermont. Kipling in New England [: and the purchase of Naulakha] Kiplingiana 7 Dec 1940
KJ056/24 Macdonald. Rudyard Kipling and George Macdonald C 058/22 Kiplingiana + C2 7 Dec 1940
KJ056/24 Prophet. Cecil Rhodes’s dream C2 7 Dec 1940
KJ057/FP&12 H.M.S. Kipling. Photograph of ship at sea & Society association 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/01 Kipling Society, The. Lord Wavell’s response to Libyan success Collins, J.P (Notes) 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/01 RIKKI-TIKKI-TAVI (JB1). Across 3000 years [: Greek resistance] Notes 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/02 Baden-Powell. Great pioneer [: memorial service at Westminster Abbey] Notes 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/04 JUNGLE BOOKS. Shere Khan’s skin [: General Wavell’s message to KS] [See also: Notes 055/02] 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/06 Hindustani. Kipling’s Hindustani MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/09 Critics. Kipling among the early critics + Notes 057/03 C 058/22 Martindell, Capt. E.W.+ C3 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/13 New Zealand. When Rudyard Kipling was in New Zealand + Notes 057/03 Mills, Tom L. 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/16 Mille, Pierre. ‘Le Kipling français’. Obituary Davray, Henry D. 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/17 United Services College. Kipling and the School. Part 2 Hawkins, Miss E.B. 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/20 Kipling Society, The. Wreath of Remembrance inscription, Jan 18, 1941 [5th anniversary] 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/21 Homes of Rudyard Kipling. Part 2 Milburn, Colonel C.H. 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/24 Kipling treasury. Macmillan. 3/6 Maitland, W.G.B. (review) 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/24 Rudyard Kipling’s verse. Definitive edition. Hodder & Stoughton. 1940. 25/- Martindell, Capt. (review) 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/25 Worst slip. Flense, flench or flinch C5 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/26 H.M.S. Kipling. Cake from Auckland in a calico cover C1 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/26 Motoring. Kipling’s motor car [: American ‘Locomobile’] C1 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/27 Scouts. Kipling and the Boy Scout Movement Martindell, Captain E.W. 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/28 Punch. ‘Punch’ and R.K. [: a misprint of 1899 for 1896 confuses matters] Kiplingiana 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/28 Sims. Kipling or Sims [George, R: creator of ‘The Dandy Fifth’] Kiplingiana 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/29 Rudyard Kipling’s verse. Definitive edition. Hodder & Stoughton. 1940. 25/- Kiplingiana + C2 059/25 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/29 SONG OF BANANAS (v). No bananas! C 058/23 059/24 Kiplingiana + C 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/29 Syreen. Kipling said it [: justification for the ‘… mass-mis-pronunciation’] Kiplingiana 8 Apr 1941
KJ057/29 USA. American opinion of R.K. in 1900 Kiplingiana 8 Apr 1941
KJ058/FP Nobel Prize for Literature. ‘A verray parfit nobel knight’. Illustration [Punch. Dec 18, 1907] 8 Jul 1941
KJ058/02 Critics. Unconscious debt [: of many modern writers to Kipling] Notes 8 Jul 1941
KJ058/02 Library. Gift: 1889 & 1891 journals from Miss Wiggins Notes 8 Jul 1941
KJ058/02 Prophet. True war prophet Notes 8 Jul 1941
KJ058/03 Kipling Society, The. He being dead yet speaketh [: support the K.S.] Martindell, Captain E.W. 8 Jul 1941
KJ058/04&01 United Services College. Westward Ho reminiscences. Part 1 Rimington, Major-General 8 Jul 1941
KJ058/07+01 JUNGLE BOOKS. Animals in the stories: an alphabetical list. Part 1 Harbord, R.E. 8 Jul 1941
KJ058/09 United Services College. Kipling and the School. Part 3 Hawkins, Miss E.B. 8 Jul 1941
KJ058/13 Viking. Kipling – a Viking? Part 1 + Part 2: 059/14 Elwell, T.E. 8 Jul 1941
KJ058/15 Homes of Rudyard Kipling. Part 3 C 059/25 060/20 060/22 Milburn, Colonel C.H. + C2 8 Jul 1941
KJ058/18 Combined tribute [: to R.K. & General Wavell]. Broadcast 2/41. Summary Dunsterville, Maj-Gen. L.C. 8 Jul 1941
KJ058/19 Annual conference 1941. Summary 8 Jul 1941
KJ058/19 Sacrifice, The; poem [Melbourne life member] 8 Jul 1941
KJ058/20 Kipling Society, The. Melbourne branch annual report: 3rd [Broughton, Mrs Grace] 8 Jul 1941
KJ058/22 Canada. Kipling Club for children in Toronto C1 8 Jul 1941
KJ058/23 SOMETHING OF MYSELF. Mormal on the shin of the cook C2 8 Jul 1941
KJ058/23 STRANGE RIDE OF MORROWBIE JUKES (WWW). Quicksand C1 8 Jul 1941
KJ058/24 Kipling interviewed over 40 years ago [: for ‘Lloyd’s Newspaper’ c1903] Kiplingiana 8 Jul 1941
KJ058/25 Empire. Poet of empire Kiplingiana 8 Jul 1941
KJ058/25 Imperial Service College. Kipling’s old school Kiplingiana 8 Jul 1941
KJ058/25 MOWGLI’S BROTHERS (JB1). …three similar cases in India… Kiplingiana 8 Jul 1941
KJ059/02 Carpenter, W.M. Kipling collection presented to the Library of Congress Notes + 085/06 (additions) 8 Oct 1941
KJ059/03 Churchill. House of Commons speech, September 1941 and K. quotation Notes 8 Oct 1941
KJ059/03 Verse. Cheap editions of Kipling’s verse, 1939-1941 Notes 8 Oct 1941
KJ059/04 We are of one blood, ye and I [: blood brothers with the US] + 059/01 Notes Martindell, Captain E.W. 8 Oct 1941
KJ059/06 Parody. Some Kipling parodies MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. 8 Oct 1941
KJ059/08 Prophet. Kipling’s warning: speech to Royal Society of St. George, 1935 ['The Patriot' excerpt] 8 Oct 1941
KJ059/11 United Services College. Westward Ho reminiscences. Part 2 + 059/02 Rimington, Major-General 8 Oct 1941
KJ059/13 So shall you reap: poems for these days, by Rudyard Kipling. Hodder. Maitland, W. (Brief review) 8 Oct 1941
KJ059/15 ELEPHANT’S CHILD (JSS). Match-box cover made in India 8 Oct 1941
KJ059/16 JUNGLE BOOKS. Animals in the stories: an alphabetical list. Part 2 Harbord, R.E. 8 Oct 1941
KJ059/17 Bateman’s. Bombers over Bateman’s Parish, C.W. 8 Oct 1941
KJ059/19 Rudyard Kipling: an appreciation [: Canadian broadcast talk] Symons, Kyrle C. 8 Oct 1941
KJ059/21 Critics. Lasting Kipling [: TLS review of recent poetry publications] Kiplingiana 8 Oct 1941
KJ059/22 Parody. If: liberties with Kipling [: ‘If’ and the RAF] Kiplingiana 8 Oct 1941
KJ059/22 Rottingdean. Kipling at the forge Kiplingiana 8 Oct 1941
KJ059/23 Kipling Society, The. Auckland branch summary. 1940-41 Buchanan, Edith M 8 Oct 1941
KJ059/24 Worst slip. Problem for sea dogs: port or starboard? C6 + R 060/23 062/17 8 Oct 1941
KJ059/25 RETURN OF IMRAY (LH). Roland Pertwee’s dramatic version C1 8 Oct 1941
KJ059/25 Uncollected stories after ‘Limits & Renewals’ query C 8 Oct 1941
KJ060/02 Auctions & sales. Grierson. J. Grierson’s collection reflect war conditions Notes 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/02 Fleet Street. Kipling and Fleet Street Notes 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/03 Kipling Journal, The. Patriotic duty to keep the Kipling flag flying Notes + 59/02 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/04 England. Kipling and England [: ‘poems are monument to the English race’] Martindell, Captain E.W. 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/05 STALKY & CO. Stalky on Stalky & Co Dunsterville, Maj-Gen. L.C. 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/07 Classic. Kipling as a classic + 060/01 (Notes) Shanks, Edward 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/10 If – ; poem [:with apologies to my brother who did not love shirkers] Fleming, Mrs A.M. 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/11 Poetry. R.K.’s three noted war poems Alberts, Gerald A. 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/13 United Services College. Westward Ho! in 1941 + 060/01 (Notes) Bazley, Basil M. 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/14 Old Johnny Grundy (v). Further light on a Kipling mystery + 060/02 Victorian' + C 063/15 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/15 Rudyard Kipling: a study in literature & political ideas, by Edward Shanks O.B. ['The Patriot' review] 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/16 Making of England. Part 1 Townley-Little, F.S. 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/18 H.M.S. Kipling. Georgian silver inkstand presented + 061/14 (detailed) ['The Times' excerpt] 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/19 Punctuation. R.K.’s editors and punctuation [Anglo-Indian poet] 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/21 Luncheon with Kipling [: excerpt from ‘Twenty-five’] Nichols, Beverley 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/23 Origins. Kipling’s verse which have origins in other ‘well-known poems’ C2 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/23 TREK-OX (v). Origin of a piece of ‘odoriferous’ uncollected verse C 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/24 Bateman’s. National Trust report, 1940-1 Kiplingiana 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/24 Epitaphs. Kipling on absenteeism. [: ‘Batteries out of ammunition’] Kiplingiana 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/24 I am the land of their fathers; poem in ‘John O’ London’s Weekly’ Kiplingiana 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/24 Kipling treasury. Macmillan. 3/6. Comment in Sussex Daily News Kiplingiana 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/24 Prophet. Kipling’s international vision Kiplingiana 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/25 Calling Mr. Kipling; poem from the ‘Atlanta Constitution’, USA Kiplingiana 8 Dec 1941
KJ060/25 Parents. Kipling’s witty mother [: ‘…pleased Lord Dufferin…’] Kiplingiana 8 Dec 1941
KJ061/03 Auctions & sales. Young’s Kiplingiana purchased from Dobells Collins, J.P (Notes) 9 Apr 1942
KJ061/04 H.M.S. Kipling. Officer decorations + 062/03 Collins, J.P. (Notes) 9 Apr 1942
KJ061/04 Kipling Society, The. Plan to link R.K. with the ‘stirring events of the day’ Collins, J.P. (Notes) 9 Apr 1942
KJ061/05 Rough ashlar: some Kipling affinities MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. 9 Apr 1942
KJ061/07 Bateman’s. Kipling at home. Part 1: 1911 Ponton, Dorothy 9 Apr 1942
KJ061/09 Parody. If: Sniff, from ‘Winter of discontent’ [: ‘If’ and the civil service] Frankau, Gilbert 9 Apr 1942
KJ061/10&01 Choice of Kipling’s verse, by T.S. Eliot. Commentary on press criticisms Bazley, Basil M. + 060/10 9 Apr 1942
KJ061/12 Broadcasts. Kipling broadcasts organised by E.N.S.A. Full details 9 Apr 1942
KJ061/13 South Africa. Boer War. Incidents Victorian' 9 Apr 1942
KJ061/15 Lahore. Office earthquake + 061/04 (Notes) Martindell, Captain E.W. 9 Apr 1942
KJ061/16 Making of England. Part 2 Townley-Little, F.S. 9 Apr 1942
KJ061/18 Kipling Society, The. Auckland branch summary. 1941-42 Buchanan, Edith M+063/19 9 Apr 1942
KJ061/19 Indexes in preparation: Poetry concordance/Dictionary of people & places C 9 Apr 1942
KJ061/19 Prophet. Kipling’s warnings C3 9 Apr 1942
KJ061/21 Eighteen-Nineties, by Holbrook Jackson. Kipling – nearly Kiplingiana 9 Apr 1942
KJ061/21 France. Free French soldiers ‘had tea at Rudyard Kipling’s old school’ Kiplingiana 9 Apr 1942
KJ061/21 Music settings. Recessional: music settings discussed Kiplingiana 9 Apr 1942
KJ061/21 Song for second dog watch; poem on Kipling’s death by T.E. Elwell Kiplingiana 9 Apr 1942
KJ062/01 Critics. Critics of sorts […incapable of reading the signs of the times…] Collins, J.P. (Notes) 9 Jul 1942
KJ062/02 Jungle book; film. ‘…story overhauled for the National Board of Review…’ Collins, J.P (Notes) 9 Jul 1942
KJ062/03 SEVEN SEAS (v). Lord Trenchard’s reference in ‘The Daily Telegraph’ Collins, J.P.(Notes)+064/19 9 Jul 1942
KJ062/04 H.M.S. Kipling. Epitaph and a suggestion McMurtrie, Francis 9 Jul 1942
KJ062/07 Mandalay. On the road to Mandalay MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. 9 Jul 1942
KJ062/09 Bateman’s. Kipling at home. Part 2: Kipling at work 1911-1923 Ponton, Dorothy 9 Jul 1942
KJ062/11 Rimington, Major-General, J.C. Stalky trio’s ‘Potiphar’. Obituary Dunsterville, Maj-Gen. L.C. 9 Jul 1942
KJ062/12 Genius of R.K. Verses on soldiering & sport in two continents ['Horse & Hound' excerpts] 9 Jul 1942
KJ062/14 Making of England. Part 3 Townley-Little, F.S. 9 Jul 1942
KJ062/15 India. Kipling as journalist in India Martindell, Captain E.W. 9 Jul 1942
KJ062/16 Jerome. Jerome K. Jerome on Kipling [: his importance in 1900 literature] Victorian' 9 Jul 1942
KJ062/17 Kipling Society, The. Members. (2) interned in Japan C 9 Jul 1942
KJ062/17 Shakespeare. Shakespeare and Kipling + C 064/18 C 9 Jul 1942
KJ062/18 Blue Last: inn with many legends [: ‘Manchester Guardian’ correspondent] Kiplingiana 9 Jul 1942
KJ062/18 MacArthur. General MacArthur and Kipling [: letter in ‘Daily Sketch’] Kiplingiana 9 Jul 1942
KJ062/18 War in Kipling land [: ‘Yorkshire Observer’ note] Kiplingiana 9 Jul 1942
KJ062/19 Auctions & sales. £5,000 Kipling relics Kiplingiana 9 Jul 1942
KJ062/19 Blunt. Wilfred Blunt and Kipling Kiplingiana 9 Jul 1942
KJ062/19 Immortality. Kipling’s immortal qualities [: ‘NY Herald Tribune’ excerpt] Kiplingiana 9 Jul 1942
KJ062/19 USA. American unity reflected in Kipling’s verse [:NY World Telegram] Kiplingiana 9 Jul 1942
KJ062/20 IN THE NEOLITHIC AGE (v). Problem in the ‘Oswestry Observer’ C 9 Jul 1942
KJ062/20 To my fag [: verses to Sir Mark Young on his heroic stand in Hong Kong] Kiplingiana 9 Jul 1942
KJ063/01 Merchant navy awards Collins, J.P. (Notes) 9 Oct 1942
KJ063/01 RECESSIONAL (FNv). Unpaid correspondence in ‘The Scotsman’ + 064/02 Collins, J. P. (Notes). 9 Oct 1942
KJ063/03 Kipling and the other two [: Kipling’s partiality for the number three] Victorian' 9 Oct 1942
KJ063/05 Bateman’s. Kipling at home. Part 3: Kipling’s farm Ponton, Dorothy 9 Oct 1942
KJ063/07 Treasure Island. How Kipling read ‘Treasure Island’ ['The Scotsman' article] 9 Oct 1942
KJ063/08 Empire. Kipling – poet of empire. Part 1 Boyes, Dr. Norman 9 Oct 1942
KJ063/11 Annual conference 1942. Brief summary 9 Oct 1942
KJ063/12 Imperial Service College. Amalgamated with Haileybury + 064/19 Tollemache, Rev L. De O. 9 Oct 1942
KJ063/13 Parody. Some more Kipling parodies Milburn, Col. C.H. 9 Oct 1942
KJ063/16 Freemasonry. R.K.’s masonic allusions Frost, Albert 9 Oct 1942
KJ063/20 Grammar. Kipling’s grammar [: ‘an interesting correspondence’] ['The Scotsman' excerpts] 9 Oct 1942
KJ064/01 Kipling Journal, The. Readers’ indebtedness to the contributors Collins, J.P. (Notes) 9 Dec 1942
KJ064/01 Names. Why Lockwood? Collins, J.P. (Notes) 9 Dec 1942
KJ064/02 Fleming, Lt.-Col. J.M. R.K.’s brother-in-law. Obituary 9 Dec 1942
KJ064/03 India. Kipling and the past in India. + C4 065/21 MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. 9 Dec 1942
KJ064/05 Wanted – a man [: to write inspiring prose or verse] Martindell, Captain E.W. 9 Dec 1942
KJ064/06 Critics. One good thing the war has done [‘Daily Mail’ article] C 065/21 Ervine, St. John + C4 9 Dec 1942
KJ064/08 Wound and the bow, by Edmund Wilson. Secker & Warburg. 15/6 Bazley, Basil M. (review) 9 Dec 1942
KJ064/09 Empire. Kipling – poet of empire. Part 2 Boyes, Dr. Norman 9 Dec 1942
KJ064/12 Homes of Rudyard Kipling. [Part 4] Milburn, Colonel C.H. 9 Dec 1942
KJ064/14 Olla podrida: ‘A marine mix-up’ competition + Solution 065/08 Elwell, T.E. 9 Dec 1942
KJ064/15 Snap-shot of R.K. [: ‘Evening News’ excerpt, 20th Feb. 1901] Victorian' 9 Dec 1942
KJ064/16 Kipling awakes [: with his words on the lips of orators, statesmen, soldiers] Hull, Cecil O. 9 Dec 1942
KJ064/17 Critics. Magazine article about Kipling far removed from reality C5 + Kiplingiana 061/20 9 Dec 1942
KJ064/19 Holland. Holland’s ‘Kipling’ one of 7 writers seized as hostage Kiplingiana 9 Dec 1942
KJ064/19 Poetry. Rehabilitation of Kipling among readers of poetry Kiplingiana 9 Dec 1942
KJ064/19 RECESSIONAL (FNv). In prison camp Kiplingiana 9 Dec 1942
KJ064/20 LICHTENBERG (v). The smells of November & the NSW trooper Kiplingiana 9 Dec 1942
KJ064/20 Mandalay. Summary of its history [‘Daily Telegraph’ excerpt] Kiplingiana 9 Dec 1942
KJ065/02 Mirage of home [: R.K. passage to haunt the memory of a war exile] Collins, J.P. (notes) 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/03&01 Britain’s interpreter: Rudyard Kipling. ‘What should they know of England..’ Martindell, Captain E.W. 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/04&01 Lyall. Kipling and Alfred Lyall MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/06 Woollcott, Alexander. American critic and Life Member of K.S. Obituary 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/07 Wound and the bow, by Edmund Wilson. Secker & Warburg. 15/6 Harbord, R.E. (further note) 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/08&02 DAY’S WORK. Kipling’s love of technicalities [: 1898 note] Risk, R.K. 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/09&01 Verse. Kipling’s historical verse. Part 1 Macdonald, Rev. A. 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/11 Macdonald, Mrs Elizabeth Anne. Kipling relation. Obituary 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/11 Russia. Read in the Red Army ['Yorkshire Post' excerpt] 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/12 Prophet. Prophet and his own country Bazley, Basil M. 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/15 Worst slip. Queer sailing directions. Part 1 Elwell, T.E. [+ see below] 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/16 H.M.S. Kipling. Gifts for H.M.S. Kipling 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/17 Thomas Kipling, D.D. Was he an ancestor of R.K.? C 066/15(2) B.H.C. + C 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/18 Books and other friends, by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch [: Kipling excerpt] Kiplingiana 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/18 Edwards, Brigadier-General R.F. R.K.’s ‘fag’ at school. Obituary Kiplingiana 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/18 IF (R&Fv). Poet of empire Kiplingiana 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/18 India. Battle school for jungle warfare [: sole text-book is vol of K.’s poems] Kiplingiana 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/19 Anderson, Miss Sara Dunlop. One-time Kipling secretary. Obituary Kiplingiana 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/19 IF (R&Fv). New York Herald-Tribune/Daily Express & Churchill’s text Kiplingiana 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/19 Prophet. Kipling as prophet [: origin sought of 4 lines] R 069/15 070/16 Kiplingiana + R 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/20 Kipling Society, The. Tribute from Christchurch. C 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/20 Kipling Society, The. Tribute from New Guinea C 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/21 R.A.F. Kipling and the R.A.F. [Short note] 10 Apr 1943
KJ065/21 Wells, H.G. Kipling’s chi-chi imperialism [: in ‘Evening Standard’ 19/1/43] C 10 Apr 1953
KJ066/02 Keitland, Miss Frances Anne. Valued member of the Society. Obituary 10 Jul 1943
KJ066/02 Singer of songs: Churchill and Kipling C 10 Jul 1943
KJ066/03 Gunga Deen. Original Gunga Deen: a popular song. + Full text MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. 10 Jul 1943
KJ066/04 THEY (T&D). The Egg that is given to very few of us to see Tingey, A.J.C. 10 Jul 1943
KJ066/06 Rudyard Kipling: a friendly profile, by Lucile Russell Carpenter. $2 Bazley, Basil M. (review) 10 Jul 1943
KJ066/07 Verse. Kipling’s historical verse. Part 2 C 067/18 Macdonald, Rev. A. + C1 10 Jul 1943
KJ066/09+01 Rudyard Kipling: a study in literature & political ideas, by Edward Shanks Caddick, A.E. (review) 10 Jul 1943
KJ066/12 Competition. A Kiplingiana competition [: K. refs in printed matter Aug’43] 10 Jul 1943
KJ066/13 Worst slip. Queer sailing directions. Part 2 Elwell, T.E. [+ see below] 10 Jul 1943
KJ066/14 Kipling Society, The. Cape Town branch. Closes down for duration of war 10 Jul 1943
KJ066/15 Worst slip. Queer sailing directions. C 067/17 079/16 081/14 [+078/13] C7 10 Apr 1943
KJ066/16 Kipling Society, The. Melbourne branch annual report: 4th Broughton, Mrs Grace 10 Jul 1943
KJ066/16 Kipling Society, The. Melbourne branch annual report: 5th [1] Broughton, Mrs Grace 10 Jul 1943
KJ066/17 BALLAD OF THE ‘CLAMPHERDOWN’ (v). R.K. and armour Kiplingiana 10 Jul 1943
KJ066/17 RED DOG (JB2). Wild-dog packs and the terror of the U-boats Kiplingiana 10 Jul 1943
KJ067/01 Kipling Society, The. Lord Wavell, Viceroy: India Office talk Collins, J.P (Notes) 10 Oct 1943
KJ067/01 Kipling Society, The. Lord Wavell’s response to North African sucesses Collins, J.P (Notes) 10 Oct 1943
KJ067/02 Forster’s note-book on Kipling R 069/16 [Repeated: 070/16] C + R 10 Oct 1943
KJ067/03 Prophet. Kipling’s ‘remarkable rightness’ [: about our enemies] Mansback, Major Irving E. 10 Oct 1943
KJ067/05 Germans. Germans feared Kipling [: …as dangerous to their ambitions] Bazley, Basil M. 10 Oct 1943
KJ067/06 Annual conference 1943. Brief summary 10 Oct 1943
KJ067/06 Memories of Rudyard Kipling. Part 1 Taufflieb, Madame J.H.C. 10 Oct 1943
KJ067/08 Critics. Kipling and his critics. Part 1 Hull, Miss Cecil 10 Oct 1943
KJ067/11 RECESSIONAL (FNv). Manuscript of ‘Recessional’ + Facsimile text Harbord, R. + 066/01 Notes 10 Oct 1943
KJ067/14 Stalky’s verses ‘touched up’ by R.K. in the ‘Civil & Military Gazette’ c1888 [Letter from Kay Robinson] 10 Oct 1943
KJ067/15 Kipling Journal, The. Printing error: page dated October 1843 10 Oct 1943
KJ067/15 Philosophy of Rudyard Kipling. Part 1 Carlson, J.V. 10 Oct 1943
KJ067/17 Jungle text book – using excerpts from Kipling’s works. Is it available? C 10 Oct 1943
KJ067/17 Names. The name Kipling [: in the American Civil War period] C3 [repeated 069/16] 10 Oct 1943
KJ067/18 Dynamite cargo, by Fred Herman. N.Y. [:Kipling excerpt as tribute to RN] Kiplingiana 10 Oct 1943
KJ067/18 Patch, General. Devotee of Kipling Kiplingiana 10 Oct 1943
KJ067/19 Complex military principle [: reduced to a Kipling couplet] Kiplingiana 10 Oct 1943
KJ067/19 Half a life, by Major C.S. Jarvis. Murray. 15/- [: Kipling’s advice to author] Kiplingiana + 068/016 10 Oct 1943
KJ067/19 (2) Imperial Service College. Bought by Windsor Town Council Kiplingiana +053/24 (Note) 10 Oct 1943
KJ067/20 Amphibious. Kipling’s Marine a ‘giddy harumfrodite – sailor & soldier too’ Kiplingiana 10 Oct 1943
KJ067/20 CAPTIVE (T&D). Kipling anticipates motor-driven guns Kiplingiana 10 Oct 1943
KJ067/20 DYKES (v). Admiral Stark and ‘The Dykes’ [and a Chinese proverb] Kiplingiana 10 Oct 1943
KJ068/01 Turn of the tide [: ‘this tempestuous age’ is doing Kipling justice] Collins, J.P. (Notes) 10 Dec 1943
KJ068/02 Little word ‘it’ [: Kipling anticipated Elinor Glyn] C 069/15 Collins, J.P (Notes) + C 10 Dec 1943
KJ068/02 Wells, H.G. R.K. and H.G.W. Collins, J.P. (Notes) 10 Dec 1943
KJ068/03 Goodly heritage [: Kipling’s moral influence on our youth] Martindell, Captain E.W. 10 Dec 1943
KJ068/04 Memories of Rudyard Kipling. Part 2 Taufflieb, Madame J.H.C. 10 Dec 1943
KJ068/05 THEY (T&D). Meaning of ‘They’ Browne, Colonel B.S. 10 Dec 1943
KJ068/06 Kipling and his time [Reproduced from the ‘Rochdale Observer’] Payne, Dr. F.W. 10 Dec 1943
KJ068/07 Horse and hound in Kipling’s works. Part 1 Kennedy-Shaw, Col. F.S. 10 Dec 1943
KJ068/09 Philosophy of Rudyard Kipling. Part 2 [Part 3?] Carlson, J.V. 10 Dec 1943
KJ068/11 Critics. Kipling and his critics. Part 2 Hull, Miss Cecil 10 Dec 1943
KJ068/13 Collected tales, by Rudyard Kipling. Macmillan. 3/6 ['Guardian' review 21/3/41] 10 Dec 1943
KJ068/14 Boy who criticised Kipling [: and Kipling’s reply] 10 Dec 1943
KJ068/15 300,000 sea miles, by Admiral Sir Henry Pelly [: Kipling & ‘Pelorus’] Kiplingiana 10 Dec 1943
KJ068/15 Desert and delta, by Major C.S. Jarvis. 1938 [: Kipling and Sinai] Kiplingiana 10 Dec 1943
KJ068/16 Lovely memories [: R.K.’s sister after the death of her husband] Kiplingiana 10 Dec 1943
KJ068/16 SCHOLARS (v). Excerpt, showing its relevance to WW2 Kiplingiana 10 Dec 1943
KJ068/17 Auctions & sales. £.S.D of the West End [: high prices for bound copies] Kiplingiana 10 Dec 1943
KJ068/17 Auctions & sales. Bombay edition sold for £20 Kiplingiana 10 Dec 1943
KJ068/17 Kipling Society, The. Members. 1 – 100 and Colonel A.P. Wavell C 10 Dec 1943
KJ068/17 Names. Christian name ‘Rudyard’ and the Dronfield Register 1560-1660 C4 10 Dec 1943
KJ069/02 Bambridge. Capt. George Bambridge. Kipling’s son-in-law. Obituary Collins, J.P. (Notes) 11 Apr 1944
KJ069/02 Davray, M. Henry. Translated K’s works into French. Obituary Collins, J.P. (Notes) 11 Apr 1944
KJ069/03 H.M.S. Kipling. Photograph of the destroyer in action + C2 070/16 11 Apr 1944
KJ069/03 Kipling Society, The. After 18 years: how the Kipling Society was founded Stalky' + 069/01 (Notes) 11 Apr 1944
KJ069/04 Library. Cobb’s musical settings bought / Facsimile letter: 070/09 Maitland, W.G.B. 11 Apr 1944
KJ069/05 Kipling vindicated [: ‘Evening Standard’ article] + 069/01 (Notes) Kirwan, Patrick 11 Apr 1944
KJ069/07 Horse and hound in Kipling’s works. Part 2 Kennedy-Shaw, Col. F.S. 11 Apr 1944
KJ069/08 Kipling Society, The. Wreath of Remembrance inscription, Jan 18, 1944 [8th anniversary] 11 Apr 1944
KJ069/09&11 Mystery poem: ‘There were five liars bold…’ + C 070/17 11 Apr 1944
KJ069/10 Hitler makes our flesh creep [: from a 1939 book of ‘clever rhymes’] Arkell, Reginald 11 Apr 1944
KJ069/10 House of Macmillan, by Charles Morgan. Macmillan. 8/6 Bazley, Basil M. (review) 11 Apr 1944
KJ069/11 Other things than war, by J.A. Hammerton. Macdonald & Co. 1943 Bazley, Basil M. (review) 11 Apr 1944
KJ069/12 Chantey of the nations; a ‘Punch’ extract of the year 1902 [: set of verses] 11 Apr 1944
KJ069/13 Foundations of British patriotism, by Dr. Esmé Wingfield-Stratford. 1940 [Excerpts] 11 Apr 1944
KJ069/15 Letters of T.E. Lawrence, ed. David Garnett. Cape. 1938 [:Kipling excerpts] C 11 Apr 1944
KJ069/16 British way of life [: references to R.K. in ‘The People’, 2/1/44] Kiplingiana 11 Apr 1944
KJ069/17 Music hall. Ditties of the ‘Halls’ Kiplingiana 11 Apr 1944
KJ069/17 Slocock, A.E. Life member & contributor to the Library. Obituary 11 Apr 1944
KJ069/17 Spiritual Bovril [: Osbert Sitwell writing on ‘Mandalay’] Kiplingiana 11 Apr 1944
KJ070/03 Critics. Kipling and his critics [: ‘Hiawatha’ parody + full text] Victorian' 11 Jul 1944
KJ070/04 Days we knew, by J.B. Booth. T. Werner Laurie, Ltd. 1943. 21/- Bazley, Basil M. (review) 11 Jul 1944
KJ070/06 Brains Trust. Brains Trust & Kipling: names for the B.M.’s 20th tablet [BBC broadcast] + 069/02 11 Jul 1944
KJ070/07&01 Other men’s flowers, compiled by Field Marshall Wavell. Cape. 10/6 [Review] + 069/01 (Notes) 11 Jul 1944
KJ070/08 South Africa. Facsimile of a Kipling letter written for a wounded soldier 11 Jul 1944
KJ070/10 LAST CHANTEY (SSv). One great artist’s tribute to another + illus Collins, J.P. + C2 071/15 11 Jul 1944
KJ070/13 Burma. Nightmare of names; an idea of the journalist’s trials 11 Jul 1944
KJ070/14 Kipling Society, The. Melbourne branch annual report: 5th [2] [some confusion re dates] 11 Jul 1944
KJ070/14 Kipling Society, The. Melbourne branch annual report: 6th Broughton, Mrs Grace 11 Jul 1944
KJ070/15 Kipling Society, The. Auckland branch summary. 1942-43 Buchanan, Edith M. 11 Jul 1944
KJ070/16 Russia. Kipling not unknown to Russia C1 11 Jul 1944
KJ070/17 Annual conference 1944. Brief summary 11 Jul 1944
KJ070/17 Crussell, Edward H. Keen & knowledgeable collector of K. news. Obituary 11 Jul 1944
KJ070/17 Library. Gift: Books from the late Mr. A.E. Slocock’s estate Maitland, W.G.B. 11 Jul 1944
KJ071/02 Cartoon. Hitler consults his magician, musing ‘East is east & west is west’ [Glasgow Herald] 11 Oct 1944
KJ071/03 BLACK JACK (ST). Coincidence in black [: & General Patton’s assault] ['Manchester Guardian' exc] 11 Oct 1944
KJ071/03 France. France herself again [: a ‘Retort Courteous to Lafayette’ needed] Collins, J.P. (Notes) 11 Oct 1944
KJ071/04 Backgrounds. Some Kipling backgrounds. Part 1 + 071/01 (Notes) Mansback, Major Irving E. 11 Oct 1944
KJ071/07 English country life and Kipling. Part 1 + 071/01 (Notes) Broughton, Grace 11 Oct 1944
KJ071/09 Premiers’ grammar: Mr Kipling’s use of the singular verb ['Yorkshire Post' extract] 11 Oct 1944
KJ071/10 Origins. Kipling origins [: notes about Gunga Din and John Chinn] 11 Oct 1944
KJ071/11 Listening to the drums, by Sir Ian Hamilton. Faber & Faber. 18/- Bazley, Basil M. (review) 11 Oct 1944
KJ071/12+03 Piracy. Surely a record for literary piracy! [: & apologies to Kipling] Brooking, J.H.C. 11 Oct 1944
KJ071/13 BALLAD OF EAST AND WEST (BRBv). Brains Trust ignorance C1 11 Oct 1944
KJ071/13 BONDS OF DISCIPLINE (T&D). Nay, nay, Pauline, query + solution C1 11 Oct 1944
KJ071/13 Imperialism. Time to deliver a final blow to the bogie of ‘jingo imperialism’ C1 11 Oct 1944
KJ071/15 CAMPAIGNING PHRASE BOOK. Written ‘in the regimental volapuk’ C 11 Oct 1944
KJ071/15 KING’S ANKUS (JB2). Why was the story mutilated in the 1st edition? C 11 Oct 1944
KJ071/16 BOOTS (FNv). Reflected in General Alexander’s beachhead slog Kiplingiana 11 Oct 1944
KJ071/16 Irish Guards. Celebrated invocation [: Candidus in ‘The Daily Sketch’] Kiplingiana 11 Oct 1944
KJ071/16 Japan. Kipling and the new Constitution in Japan – 50 years ago Kiplingiana 11 Oct 1944
KJ071/16 Villiers Street. Kipling’s house [: environment described] Kiplingiana 11 Oct 1944
KJ071/17 AS EASY AS A.B.C. (DOC). Prophecies from Kipling Kiplingiana 11 Oct 1944
KJ071/17 FINEST STORY IN THE WORLD (MI). Banjo string drawn tight [Excerpt from 'The Times'] 11 Oct 1944
KJ071/17 National Trust ‘anxious to enlarge the number of…historic homes’ [Exc. from 'Man. Guardian'] 11 Oct 1944
KJ072/02 JANE’S MARRIAGE (D&Cv).Matrimony slip C 073/01+14 075/16 079/15 Collins, J.P. (Notes) + C3 11 Dec 1944
KJ072/02 Library. Gift: Limited editions (3) by Mr. Lawson Lewis Maitland, W.G.B. 11 Dec 1944
KJ072/03 Jingoism. [: ‘was K. a jingo or chauvenistic writer in the dictionary sense?’] Tingey, A.J.C. + 072/01 11 Dec 1944
KJ072/04 Critics. Meeting of the twain [: TLS report of a lecture to East India Assn] Anand, Dr. Mulk + 072/01 11 Dec 1944
KJ072/05 Kipling’s ‘On dry-cow fishing’ [: origin of Rowfant Club] + Title page/Letter Lewis, N. L.+ 004/02(N&N) 11 Dec 1944
KJ072/08 English country life and Kipling. Part 2 Broughton, Grace 11 Dec 1944
KJ072/10 Mackeddie, Dr. J.F. Melbourne Vice-President. Obituary Broughton, Mrs 11 Dec 1944
KJ072/11 Literary politics Bazley, Basil M. 11 Dec 1944
KJ072/13 Backgrounds. Some Kipling backgrounds. Part 2 Mansback, Major Irving E. 11 Dec 1944
KJ072/16 Modern generation. Kipling and the modern generation Johnston-James, D.R. 11 Dec 1944
KJ072/17 Talleyrand. Kipling and Talleyrand C 11 Dec 1944
KJ073/01 Listening to the drums, by Sir Ian Hamilton C 074/01 Collins, J.P. (Notes) + C 12 Apr 1945
KJ073/01 Simla. Memories [:’…the attitude our members adopt towards our author…’] Collins, J.P. (Notes) 12 Apr 1945
KJ073/02 France. Kipling and the Sorbonne Collins, J. P. (Notes) 12 Apr 1945
KJ073/03 Stalky settles up, by Maj-Gen. Dunsterville. Unpublished. Excerpts: 1 12 Apr 1945
KJ073/05 Never out of date [: Kipling says…there’s a reckoning for wickedness] Power, Robert 12 Apr 1945
KJ073/06&02 Gunga Din. Goodbye to Gunga Din [: article in ‘Daily Record’, Glasgow] Stewart, Harold [ + illus] 12 Apr 1945
KJ073/08 Autographs. R.K. ‘truthfully his autograph’ [: for Paul Lemperley] [with facsimile] 12 Apr 1945
KJ073/09 Kipling Society, The. Wreath of Remembrance inscription, Jan 18, 1945 [9th anniversary] 12 Apr 1945
KJ073/10 Kipling and home influences. Part 1 Allen, Sir Stephen 12 Apr 1945
KJ073/13 Backgrounds. Some Kipling backgrounds. Part 3 Mansback, Major Irving E. 12 Apr 1945
KJ073/15 English country life and Kipling. Part 3 Broughton, Grace 12 Apr 1945
KJ073/17 Greatest short story C 12 Apr 1945
KJ073/17 Greece. Translation by R.K. of National Anthem C1 12 Apr 1945
KJ073/17 IF (R&Fv). Printed in ‘Ontario Sentinel’, October 1910 C2 12 Apr 1945
KJ073/17 Limericks. Young man of Quebec… [See also: 017/04 210/03] C 12 Apr 1945
KJ074/01 Kipling Society, The. Brochure of ‘choice and reprove excerpts’ Collins, J.P. (Notes) 12 Jul 1945
KJ074/01 Kipling Society, The. Lord Wavell visits Society: wants to buy Sussex ed. Collins, J.P. (Notes) 12 Jul 1945
KJ074/02 Annual conference 1945. Brief summary 12 Jul 1945
KJ074/02 H.M.S. Kipling. Commander’s marriage Collins, J.P. (Notes) 12 Jul 1945
KJ074/03 Germans. Kipling’s opinions of the Germans C 075/16 Bazley, Basil M. + C2 12 Jul 1945
KJ074/05 Coming to consciousness [: review excerpt of Eliot’s ‘Choice of K’s verse’] C 12 Jul 1945
KJ074/06 Politics. The politics of Rudyard Kipling MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. 12 Jul 1945
KJ074/08 Stalky settles up, by Maj-Gen. Dunsterville. Unpublished. Excerpts: 2 12 Jul 1945
KJ074/11 Kipling and home influences. Part 2 Allen, Sir Stephen 12 Jul 1945
KJ074/13 Questions. Kipling questions answered + 075/13 12 Jul 1945
KJ074/13 Twain. Kipling and Mark Twain Lewis, N. Lawson 12 Jul 1945
KJ074/14 Great writer and the little Englanders [: ‘Kipling in spirit an Elizabethan’] Candidus ['Daily Sketch'] 12 Jul 1945
KJ074/15 Library. Sanderson bequest: 36 vols. of the ‘Outward Bound’ edition Maitland, W.G.B. 12 Jul 1945
KJ074/16 Kipling Society, The. Melbourne branch annual report: 7th Broughton, Mrs Grace 12 Jul 1945
KJ074/17 Chandler, Rear-Admiral Theodore. Vice-President’s son. Obituary 12 Jul 1945
KJ074/17 Corbett-Smith, Major A. Founder member. Obituary 12 Jul 1945
KJ074/17 India. Maharaja [of Manipur]’s fag [: Manchester Guardian report, 12/44] 12 Jul 1945
KJ074/17 Sanderson, John. Ex-Council and Life Member. Obituary 12 Jul 1945
KJ075/01 Caesar’s verdict [: K’s power to relate present period with the classic age] Collins, J.P (Notes) 12 Oct 1945
KJ075/01 Churchill. Banquet memories [: regrets over post-war election result] Collins, J.P. (Notes) 12 Oct 1945
KJ075/01 Japan. Kipling and Japan [: 11 chapters in ‘From Sea to Sea’] Collins, J.P (Notes) 12 Oct 1945
KJ075/02 Noble task [: Council seeking systematic annotation of Kipling’s writings] Collins, J.P. (Notes) 12 Oct 1945
KJ075/03 Stalky settles up, by Maj-Gen. Dunsterville. Unpublished. Excerpts: 3 12 Oct 1945
KJ075/05 Surtees. Kipling and Surtees Underwood, F.A. 12 Oct 1945
KJ075/07 Day, The: verses written in 1914 by Kipling’s friend Chappell, Henry 12 Oct 1945
KJ075/08 Public schools. Kipling and the Old School Tie Robinson, Sir Christopher 12 Oct 1945
KJ075/10 Kipling Society, The. M. Herriot and the Kipling Society 12 Oct 1945
KJ075/11 Rudyard Kipling, by Hilton Brown. Hamish Hamilton + 076/01 076/19 Brooking, J.H.C. (review) 12 Oct 1945
KJ075/14 Kipling and home influences. Part 3 C 078/12 Allen, Sir Stephen + C 12 Oct 1945
KJ075/15 Second sight. ‘The Sight’: some interesting experiences… + 072/12 074/01 Fleming, Mrs Alice 12 Oct 1945
KJ075/16 KING (SSv). ‘And left the local – late again’ query [: with comment] C1 12 Oct 1945
KJ075/16 STALKY & CO. Original of Hartopp [: Herbert Arthur Evans] C3 12 Oct 1945
KJ076/03 How I feel about Kipling Turner, W.J. 12 Dec 1945
KJ076/05 JUST SO STORIES. Elephant’s child. Ilustration from Macmillan ed. Kipling, Rudyard (illus) 12 Dec 1945
KJ076/06+02 STALKY & CO. Stalky – boy & man [+illus of camel train in Khyber Pass] Martindell, Captain E.W. 12 Dec 1945
KJ076/09 Germans. Kipling and the Germans. Part 1 Bazley, Basil M. 12 Dec 1945
KJ076/12 India. India of Kipling today [: excerpts from ‘Immortal years’] Wrench, Sir Evelyn 12 Dec 1945
KJ076/14 Library. Summary of collection (1945) Maitland, W.G.B. 12 Dec 1945
KJ076/15 Kipling Society, The. Brochure published…most effective ‘recruiter’+075/02 12 Dec 1945
KJ076/16 Worst slip. Extensive extracts from ‘The Yorkshire Post’ + 076/02 12 Dec 1945
KJ076/21 France. Mark of the beast & Light that Failed popular on the boulevards C1 12 Dec 1945
KJ076/21 Horace. Genesis of Horace odes R 079/15 C1 + R 12 Dec 1945
KJ077/01 Decade of memory…of K’s passing awakens many memories and regrets… Collins, J.P. (Notes) 13 Apr 1946
KJ077/01 India. Kipling and India [: K. forbore from politics in later life] Collins, J.P. (Notes) 13 Apr 1946
KJ077/01 Stevenson. R.L.S. and the Mutiny Collins, J.P. (Notes) 13 Apr 1946
KJ077/02 McANDREW’S HYMN (SSv). Salute to M’Andrew [Scottish KS branch?] Collins, J.P. (Notes) 13 Apr 1946
KJ077/02 South Africa. Kipling and the Cape Collins, J.P. 13 Apr 1946
KJ077/03 UNCOVENANTED MERCIES (L&R). Last story… + C1 078/12 080/13 MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. 13 Apr 1946
KJ077/05 Letter. R.K.’s letter to a 16 year-old member of the Rose & Ring Club, 1895 13 Apr 1946
KJ077/07 Germans. Kipling and the Germans. Part 2 Bazley, Basil M. 13 Apr 1946
KJ077/09 Readers’ guide. Suggestion that the Society should produce a publication [Victor Bonney] 13 Apr 1946
KJ077/10 Final phase of Rudyard Kipling’s art Browne, Lt.-Col. B.S. 13 Apr 1946
KJ077/12 Freemasonry. Kipling letters (2) sent to a fellow mason [Negative reproductions] 13 Apr 1946
KJ077/14 Bateman’s. Mrs Fleming’s visit Parish, C.W. 13 Apr 1946
KJ077/16 Canada. Canadian Engineers’ initiation rite: The Obligation (with text) Stewart, James McG. 13 Apr 1946
KJ077/17 VILLAGE THAT VOTED THE EARTH WAS FLAT (DOC)The theory. C + 076/15 13 Apr 1946
KJ077/17 Worst slip. Knots per hour & ‘an inch-thick layer of stokers’ R 078/12 C8 + R 13 Apr 1946
KJ078/01&05 Dunsterville, Maj-General L.C. Tributes on his death Collins, J.P. (Notes) 13 Jul 1946
KJ078/02 USA. Kipling’s illness in New York, 1899 [: newspaper memorabilia] Collins, J.P. (Notes) 13 Jul 1946
KJ078/02 Valedictory and valuation [: fine citations from Kipling] Collins, J.P. (Notes) 13 Jul 1946
KJ078/03 Dunsterville, Maj-General L.C. Society president: ‘Stalky’. Obituary MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. 13 Jul 1946
KJ078/06&01 Kipling Society, The. Presidents. Field Marshall Viscount Wavell [With illustrations] 13 Jul 1946
KJ078/10 Appreciation of Kipling…from an American standpoint Price, Frank Julian 13 Jul 1946
KJ078/12 Horace. ‘Helleborosus’ information wanted R 080/13 C2 + R 13 Jul 1946
KJ078/13 Engineers. Kipling and the engineers. Part 1 C 079/16 081/14 Harvey, R.M. + C 13 Jul 1946
KJ078/15 Germans. Kipling and the Germans. Part 3 Bazley, Basil M. 13 Jul 1946
KJ078/18 Critical essays, by George Orwell. Secker & Warburg, 1946. 8/6d Bazley, Basil M. (review) 13 Jul 1946
KJ078/18 Tellers of tales, by Roger Lancelyn Green. Edmund Ward, 1946. 8/6d Bazley, Basil M. (review) 13 Jul 1946
KJ078/19 Recollections of the Kipling family [: from Mrs Groves of Yetminster] [Brief statement] 13 Jul 1946
KJ078/20 Fashions in authors [: ‘West Indian Review’ editorial & letter from NW6] 13 Jul 1946
KJ078/21 Kipling Journal, The. Shortage of back nos: 3,5-8,18 & 27 13 Jul 1946
KJ078/21 Kipling Society, The. Melbourne branch annual report: 8th Broughton, Mrs Grace 13 Jul 1946
KJ079/02 Critics. Do we require another Society? [:Evening Standard quote, 1933] Collins, J.P. (Notes) 13 Oct 1946
KJ079/02 Santley. Kipling and ‘…a tenor voice of Santley’s quality…’ Collins, J.P. (Notes) 13 Oct 1946
KJ079/03 Rudyard Kipling as I knew him + 079/01 (Notes) Ballard, Admiral G.A. 13 Oct 1946
KJ079/05 Canigou. K. letter to M. George Auriol on the ‘magician among mountains’ C 13 Oct 1946
KJ079/06 Martindell essay prize. 1946: 1st prize winner. Full text Anthony, Rowland 13 Oct 1946
KJ079/07 Villers Bocage. Boy of Villers Bocage – who was he? + 071/17 Maitland, W.G.B. (note) 13 Oct 1946
KJ079/08 Critics. Critics and their victims Lewis, Noel Lawson 13 Oct 1946
KJ079/09 Engineers. Kipling and the engineers. Part 2 Harvey, R.M. 13 Oct 1946
KJ079/10 STALKY & CO. Stalky & Co’s successors’ letter of condolence from USA 13 Oct 1946
KJ079/11 Germans. Kipling and the Germans. Part 4 Bazley, Basil M. 13 Oct 1946
KJ079/13&02 Library. Lockwood Kipling’s photograph and other special items Maitland, W.G.B. 13 Oct 1946
KJ079/13 Lockwood Kipling. Photograph (1883), presented to the Library 13 Oct 1946
KJ079/15 South Africa. Boer War. Episode at Folly Bridge C2 13 Oct 1946
KJ079/16 Critics. Monument is still there [: ‘…K. quoted many times in the war…’] C6 13 Oct 1946
KJ079/17 Annual conference 1946. Summary 13 Oct 1946
KJ079/17 Kipling Society, The. Members. Corporate list established [Annual Conference] 13 Oct 1946
KJ080/01 H.M.S. Kipling. Lecture on the ship to be made available to the Society Collins, J.P. (Notes) 13 Dec 1946
KJ080/02 Honours. To the fallen [: Battle of Britain victory thanksgiving service] Collins, J.P. (Notes) 13 Dec 1946
KJ080/03 Hosts of heaven in Kipling prose and verse + 080/02 (Notes) + C 081/15 MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. 13 Dec 1946
KJ080/05 Collecting. Confessions of an old-time Kipling collector Martindell, Captain E.W. 13 Dec 1946
KJ080/07&02 Medicine Hat. Kipling’s advice to ‘The Hat’ [: letters to & from Kipling] Also: 032/110 (N&N) 13 Dec 1946
KJ080/10 Engineers. Kipling and the engineers. Part 3 Harvey, R.M. 13 Dec 1946
KJ080/12 Something of Kipling: ‘…new stories…never published before…’ Townroe, B.S. 13 Dec 1946
KJ080/14 Sound reading preferred: some library details from Bradford [Annual report 1946] 13 Dec 1946
KJ080/15 California. Kipling in California [: the Burwash Church replica, Glendale] Birnie, Elizabeth 13 Dec 1946
KJ080/16 JUST SO STORIES. Kipling the cryptic [: exploration of the illustrations] Elwell, T.E. 13 Dec 1946
KJ080/17 Library. Recent additions/2: The Dipsy Chanty/Mandalay/School-boy lyrics Maitland, W.G.B. 13 Dec 1946
KJ081/02 Forcing the card: ‘sortes Virgilianæ’ favoured in the 19th century Collins, J.P. (Notes) 14 Apr 1947
KJ081/03 Kipling Society, The. 20th anniversary President’s message + 081/01(Notes) Wavell, Field Marshal 14 Apr 1947
KJ081/04 Ephemeral, the passing and the recondite in the works of R.K. Part 1 Bonney, Victor +081/02(N) 14 Apr 1947
KJ081/06 Kipling Society, The. Members. Shute School + Photo 084/08 Bridie, Miss (Head teacher) 14 Apr 1947
KJ081/07 Bees. Kipling among the bees [: in fact and in his writings] C 083/16 McCance, Norman + C 14 Apr 1947
KJ081/09 Kipling Society, The. Wreath of Remembrance inscription, Jan 18, 1947 [11th anniversary] 14 Apr 1947
KJ081/10 Readers…who enjoy Kipling’s ‘choice of the right word in the right place’ Maitland, W.G.B. (Notes) 14 Apr 1947
KJ081/12 Perfect reporting: the supreme master craftsman Fox, W.C. 14 Apr 1947
KJ081/13 Epitaphs. On a statue to Admiral Arthur Philip & its wartime destruction 14 Apr 1947
KJ081/13 Kipling Society, The. Public readings: a successful experiment at Hove 14 Apr 1947
KJ081/14 NATIVE-BORN (v). Information ‘how it came into being’ C 14 Apr 1947
KJ081/14 Too lazy to read; a member’s ‘first meeting with R.K.’s work’ C 14 Apr 1947
KJ081/15 Chandler, Rear-Admiral Lloyd H. Society Vice-President. Obituary 14 Apr 1947
KJ081/17 Kipling Society, The. 20th anniversary meeting with 8 original members 14 Apr 1947
KJ082/01 Kipling Society, The. President’s role in India’s constitutional question Collins, J.P. (Notes) 14 Jul 1947
KJ082/02 India. Some lesser known aspects of Kipling in the East. Part 1 Corr:083/06 Collins, J.P (Notes) + Corr. 14 Jul 1947
KJ082/03 Ruddy’s idea of heaven. Illustration in ‘Many memories’ by Rivett-Carnac Kipling, Lockwood 14 Jul 1947
KJ082/04 BONFIRES (v). Bonfires on the ice + 082/01 (Notes) MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. 14 Jul 1947
KJ082/06 Kipling Society, The. US office re-established 14 Jul 1947
KJ082/07 Poetry. Rudyard Kipling the Tribal Singer Fox, Gerard E. 14 Jul 1947
KJ082/09 Bateman’s. Opening hours, 1947 14 Jul 1947
KJ082/09 McANDREW’S HYMN (SSv). M’, Mac, or Mc Andrew? Elwell, T.E. 14 Jul 1947
KJ082/10 India. Some lesser known aspects of Kipling in the East. Part 1 Stanford, Lt.-Col. J.K. 14 Jul 1947
KJ082/13 Ephemeral, the passing and the recondite in the works of R.K. Part 2 Bonney, Victor 14 Jul 1947
KJ082/15 Kipling Society, The. Future of the Society [: approaching its end?] Angus, T.C. 14 Jul 1947
KJ082/16 Tribute to Rudyard Kipling; poem Symons, Kyrle 14 Jul 1947
KJ082/17 SONG OF THE CITIES (SSv). Heath Robinson illus. presented to Society 14 Jul 1947
KJ083/03 RECESSIONAL (FNv). In retrospect + 083/01 (Notes) R 084/12 ['Times' article] + R 14 Oct 1947
KJ083/04 India. Some lesser known aspects of Kipling in the East. Part 2 Stanford, Lt.-Col. J.K. 14 Oct 1947
KJ083/07 Ephemeral, the passing and the recondite in the works of R.K. Part 3 Bonney, Victor 14 Oct 1947
KJ083/09 Martindell essay prize. 1947: 1st prize winner. Full text Anthony, Rowland 14 Oct 1947
KJ083/10 Annual conference 1947. Brief summary 14 Oct 1947
KJ083/11 Library. Notes on ‘…the books, etc., about Kipling and his works…’ Maitland, W.G.B. 14 Oct 1947
KJ083/14 Rudyard Kipling: the Universal – our Fellow-Man. Part 1 Goddard, Mrs Guy 14 Oct 1947
KJ083/15 Let us now praise famous men: tribute to Rudyard Kipling Birkett, Mr Justice 14 Oct 1947
KJ083/16 Railways. Connecting the 9.15 C 084/11 Elwell. T.E. + C 14 Oct 1947
KJ083/17 Pan Books. Lower-price Kipling under the title ‘Ten Stories’ + C 087/17 Maitland, W.G.B. + C 14 Oct 1947
KJ084/02 Cargo of Kiplingiana [: from Bradford Public Library] Collins, J.P. (Notes) 14 Dec 1947
KJ084/02 Times ‘light’ leader: ‘A Kipling story’ + Text 085/08 C 087/17 Collins, J.P. (Notes) + C 14 Dec 1947
KJ084/03 My brother Rudyard Kipling [: BBC broadcast] Part 1 + 084/01 (Notes) Fleming, Alice Macdonald 14 Dec 1947
KJ084/05 Bulawayo. Rudyard Kipling and Charlie Duly + 084/01 (Notes) ['Bulawayo Chronicle' exc.] 14 Dec 1947
KJ084/06 Psychology. Some psychological observations on Kipling’s writings. Part 1 Crichton-Miller, H. 14 Dec 1947
KJ084/09 Socialism. Kipling and socialism. Part 1 C 085/21 Allen, Sir Stephen + C 14 Dec 1947
KJ084/14 Rudyard Kipling: the Universal – our Fellow-Man. Part 2 Goddard, Mrs Guy 14 Dec 1947
KJ084/15 Psammead yarns. Autograph letter to Mrs Nesbit-Bland Kipling, Rudyard 14 Dec 1947
KJ084/16 On reading Kipling Maitland, W.G.B. 14 Dec 1947
KJ085/01 PROOFS OF HOLY WRIT. Helping holy writ: Buchan and Kipling Collins, J.P. (Notes) 15 Apr 1948
KJ085/02 Collectanea: ‘…Kipling letters in elucidation of problems…’ Collins, J.P. (Notes) 15 Apr 1948
KJ085/03 Religion. Kipling and the world’s religions. Part 1 MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. 15 Apr 1948
KJ085/04 Baldwin, Lord. Memorial service for Kipling’s cousin 15 Apr 1948
KJ085/05 India. Some impressions of India [: BBC broadcast excerpt] C 086/17 Radcliffe, Sir Cyril + C4 15 Apr 1948
KJ085/07 My brother Rudyard Kipling [: BBC broadcast] Part 2 Fleming, Alice Macdonald 15 Apr 1948
KJ085/09 Psychology. Some psychological observations on Kipling’s writings. Part 2 Crichton-Miller, H. 15 Apr 1948
KJ085/12 France. Kipling and France Part 1 + Notes 085/01 Bazley, Basil M. 15 Apr 1948
KJ085/14 British barmaid […including reference to Mrs Bathhurst] + C 134/21 [Monthly Bulletin, 11/47] 15 Apr 1948
KJ085/15 Socialism. Kipling and socialism. Part 2 Allen, Sir Stephen 15 Apr 1948
KJ085/17 ENEMIES TO EACH OTHER (D&C). Personal analysis Buchanan, Edith M. 15 Apr 1948
KJ085/18 Crossword. Kipling’s dogs + Solution: 087/09 Harbord, R.E. 15 Apr 1948
KJ085/19 ARMY OF A DREAM (T&D). Sanna’s Post and other names query C + R 086/16&17 15 Apr 1948
KJ085/20 Auctions & sales. Rudyard Kipling’s reference books C3 15 Apr 1948
KJ085/20 Favourite stories. 5: Update suggested R 086/16 087/17 + Notes 085/02 C3 + R 15 Apr 1948
KJ085/20 Kipling Society, The. Auckland branch summary. 1947 Buchanan, Edith M. 15 Apr 1948
KJ085/21 Souvenirs de Kipling [: excerpt from ‘France’, January 1948] C 15 Apr 1948
KJ086/01 Engineers. Dr. Angus and M’Andrews Collins, J.P. (Notes) 15 Jul 1948
KJ086/01 Rudyard Kipling, by Lord Birkenhead. Final revision before publication [!] Collins, J.P. (Notes) 15 Jul 1948
KJ086/02 Kipling Society, The. Lord Wavell’s letter to the USA branch Collins, J.P (Notes) 15 Jul 1948
KJ086/02 Medicine Hat. Controversialists quarrel over ‘a quaint sponsorial’ Collins, J. P. (Notes) 15 Jul 1948
KJ086/03 United Services College. R.K. and his old school. Part 1 + RK photo age 5 Tapp, Col. H.A. 15 Jul 1948
KJ086/05 Short story [: ‘on Kipling’ – from a lecture to the Royal Society of Literature] Maugham, Somerset 15 Jul 1948
KJ086/06&01 Religion. Kipling and the world’s religions. Part 2 MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. 15 Jul 1948
KJ086/08 Books. Speaking of books [from ‘New York Times Book Review’] Adams, J. Donald 15 Jul 1948
KJ086/09 Uncollected Kipling in the ‘Evening Standard’ Hon Librarian 15 Jul 1948
KJ086/10 France. Kipling and France Part 2 Bazley, Basil M. 15 Jul 1948
KJ086/15 Collecting. This collecting game: a personal explanation Maitland, W.G.B. 15 Jul 1948
KJ086/17 Influence of books [: excerpt from ‘Lady Gregory’s Journals 1916-1930] 15 Jul 1948
KJ087/01 Auctions & sales. Sussex edition set sold for £172 at Hodgson Collins, J.P. (Notes) 15 Oct 1948
KJ087/01 GENTLEMEN-RANKERS (BRBv). …and the ‘Whiffenpoof Song’… Collins, J.P. (Notes) 15 Oct 1948
KJ087/02 Martindell essay prize. General note Collins, J.P. (Notes) 15 Oct 1948
KJ087/02 REWARDS & FAIRIES. Cryptogram and lost clue C 116/17 Collins, J.P. (Notes) + C1 15 Oct 1948
KJ087/03 My personal taste in Kipling’s works + photographs:1)Author 2)Ann. Conf. Wavell, Earl + 087/08 15 Oct 1948
KJ087/08&03 Annual conference 1948. Summary + Photograph 087/04 15 Oct 1948
KJ087/10 Gods of the copybook headings: what is wrong with the Nation today? Martindell, Captain E.W. 15 Oct 1948
KJ087/11 Martindell essay prize. 1948: 1st prize winner. Full text Gould, L.M. 15 Oct 1948
KJ087/13 Kipling’s celluloid drama, from ‘Rudyard Kipling’s world’ by Thurs. Hopkins Buchanan, Mrs 15 Oct 1948
KJ087/14 United Services College. R.K. and his old school. Part 2 +Corm.Price photo Tapp, Col. H.A. 15 Oct 1948
KJ087/17 Pictures. Kipling pictures (3): origins requested R 088/17 (2) C + R 15 Oct 1948
KJ088/01 Illustration. Art side of Kipling + C 089/16 Collins, J.P (Notes) + C2 15 Dec 1948
KJ088/01 Kipling Journal, The. Partisans world-wide…anticipating monthly issue Collins, J.P. (Notes) 15 Dec 1948
KJ088/02 Brains and [Robert] Bridges: comment on the essay ‘Wordsworth & Kipling’ Collins, J.P. (Notes) 15 Dec 1948
KJ088/03 South Africa. Wool gathering in sacks, with ‘Woolsack’ stoep photograph Collins, J.P. (Notes) 15 Dec 1948
KJ088/04 India. Some lesser known aspects of Kipling in the further East. Stanford, Lt.-Col. J.K. 15 Dec 1948
KJ088/06 Rudyard Lake. Name renowned C1 15 Dec 1948
KJ088/07 Martindell essay prize. 1948: 2nd prize winner. Full text Rowley, J.R. 15 Dec 1948
KJ088/08 Rottingdean. House behind a high wall [:from ‘St. Dunstan’s Review’ 9/47] Lees, Maureen V. 15 Dec 1948
KJ088/09 Socialism. Kipling and socialism. Part 3 Allen, Sir Stephen 15 Dec 1948
KJ088/10 MRS BATHURST (T&D). What was in Hooper’s pocket? Maitland, W.G.B. 15 Dec 1948
KJ088/11 Rudyard Kipling, by Rupert Croft-Cooke. Home & Van Thal. 6/- + 087/01 Bazley, B.M. (review) 15 Dec 1948
KJ088/12 Speaks, Oley. Composer of ‘On the road to Mandalay’ puzzle 15 Dec 1948
KJ088/13 France. Kipling and France Part 3 Bazley, Basil M. 15 Dec 1948
KJ088/15 Danish. Mandalay: a Danish musical version C 15 Dec 1948
KJ088/16 Kipling Journal, The. Shortage of back nos: 3,5-9,15,18-9,24-5,32,41,46,48 15 Dec 1948
KJ088/16 Kipling Journal, The. Shortage of back nos: 51,53,56,59,67,71,73,81,83 15 Dec 1948
KJ088/16 Rudyard Kipling, by Nella Braddy. Collins [‘The Statesman’ excerpt] [Book review] 15 Dec 1948
KJ088/17 France. R.K. and French writers C2 15 Dec 1948
KJ088/17 THEY (T&D). What is the Egg? R 089/17 C1 + R 15 Dec 1948
KJ088/17 WELAND’S SWORD (POPH). …example of pitfall of ‘episodal’… writing C 15 Dec 1948
KJ088/17 Worst slip. Which train: ‘down’ or ‘up’ in ‘Error in the fourth dimension’ C9 + R 090/15 15 Dec 1948
KJ089/01 Trix. ‘Rud’ and sister Trix [: on the death of Trix] + 089/09 Collins, J.P. (Notes) 16 Apr 1949
KJ089/02&10 Doubleday, Nelson. A Just-So legend Collins, J.P. (Notes) 16 Apr 1949
KJ089/03&01 Rudyard Kipling: address to the Kipling Society. Part 1 Beith, Major-Gen. Ian Hay 16 Apr 1949
KJ089/06 BELL BUOY (FNv). Bibliographical correction [Very brief note] Martindell, Captain E.W. 16 Apr 1949
KJ089/07 Fleming, Mrs Alice Macdonald. Kipling’s sister ‘Trix’. Obituary + photo Macdonald, Florence 16 Apr 1949
KJ089/11 Bateman’s. Could it be Bateman’s? [:1634 date in manor house photograph] 16 Apr 1949
KJ089/12 Auctions & sales. Book prices in Messrs J.A. Allen catalogue 16 Apr 1949
KJ089/13 France. Kipling and France Part 4 Bazley, Basil M. 16 Apr 1949
KJ089/15 Milburn, Col. C.H. Kipling Society member. Obituary Cox, Dr. Alfred 16 Apr 1949
KJ089/17 Dogs. Kipling’s dogs C 16 Apr 1949
KJ090/01 Dickens. Kipling and Boz Collins, J.P. (Notes) 16 Jul 1949
KJ090/02 Magazine harvest. Kipling use of the short story in a ‘novel-mad’ world Collins, J.P. (Notes) 16 Jul 1949
KJ090/03 Rudyard Kipling: address to the Kipling Society. Part 2+Correction 091/17 Beith, Major-Gen. Ian Hay 16 Jul 1949
KJ090/06 Parody. Little Bo-Peep [from ‘Poets in the nursery’ by Charles Powell,1920] Kipling, Rudyard 16 Jul 1949
KJ090/07&02 Simla Players. Prologue to a ‘drama slight’, recited by K’s sister. Full text Martindell, Capt+ C 095/17 16 Jul 1949
KJ090/09 Burma. Outside the Empire Bazley, Basil M. 16 Jul 1949
KJ090/10 MRS BATHURST (T&D). What happened? C 091/17 092/17 093/14&15 Browne, Lt-Col. B. + C2 16 Jul 1949
KJ090/10 MRS BATHURST (T&D). What happened? C 094/16 095/16&17 Browne, Lt-Col. B. + C2 16 Jul 1949
KJ090/11 IF (R&Fv). Intolerable ‘If’? [: ‘lively correspondence’] + follow-up 091/05 [The Spectator] 16 Jul 1949
KJ090/13 Martindell essay prize. 1949: 1st prize winner. Full text Miles, D.W. 16 Jul 1949
KJ090/15 Humorous tales, by Rudyard Kipling. Pan Books. 2/- [Library note] Maitland, W.G.B. (review) 16 Jul 1949
KJ090/16 JOB LOT (v). Information wanted R 091/17 C + R 16 Jul 1949
KJ090/16 Worst slip. Whole story ‘Bread upon the waters’ [: references not verified] C10 16 Jul 1949
KJ090/17 Boothby. Guy Boothby and what ‘Mr Kipling says…’ C 16 Jul 1949
KJ090/17 Freemasonry. PALACE (FNv) and Kipling’s letter C2 16 Jul 1949
KJ090/17 LIGHT THAT FAILED. Bibliographical (?) note in US Pocket Books ed. A.C. 16 Jul 1949
KJ091/01 Horace. Horatian note [: Kipling’s ‘exquisite sympathy’ for the poet] Collins, J.P. (Notes) 16 Oct 1949
KJ091/01 Parody. Kipling’s impromptu parody [: on refusing accommodation in S.A.] Collins, J.P. (Notes) 16 Oct 1949
KJ091/01 St. Paul’s Magazine, 1867-1874 C 093/17 Collins, J.P. (Notes) + C 16 Oct 1949
KJ091/02 South Africa. Farmhouse ‘Gloria’ at the Cape [: an epigram] Collins, J.P. (Notes) 16 Oct 1949
KJ091/02 Strictures and spelling [: Robert Bridges on Wordsworth and Kipling] Collins, J.P. (Notes) 16 Oct 1949
KJ091/03 Burwash. Bells of Burwash [: ‘The full ring of eight bells…’] ['Times' article] 16 Oct 1949
KJ091/04 Quot homines, tot setentiae [: 20 Kipling favourites] MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. 16 Oct 1949
KJ091/06 United Services College. USC and its Old Boys. Part 1 Tapp, Col. H.A. 16 Oct 1949
KJ091/10 Son of empire, by Nella Braddy. Collins. 6/- Maitland, W.G.B. (review) 16 Oct 1949
KJ091/11 CHURCH THAT WAS AT ANTIOCH (L&R). Address to NZ branch. Pt 1 Allen, Sir Stephen 16 Oct 1949
KJ091/14 Martindell essay prize. 1949: 2nd prize winner. Full text Hayden, D.P. 16 Oct 1949
KJ091/16 Sight. Kipling and near-sightedness C 16 Oct 1949
KJ092/01 Annual luncheon 1949, with address by Sir Malcolm Sargent + 092/07 Collins, J.P. (Notes:report) 16 Dec 1949
KJ092/02 SOMETHING OF MYSELF. New Zealand and the South Atlantic query Collins, J.P. (Notes) 16 Dec 1949
KJ092/02 South Africa. Hot from the South: Archibald Little and Kipling Collins, J.P. (Notes) 16 Dec 1949
KJ092/03 This is Kipling country still: report from the North-West Frontier… [Daily Mail article] 16 Dec 1949
KJ092/04 CHURCH THAT WAS AT ANTIOCH (L&R). Address to NZ branch. Pt 2 Allen, Sir Stephen 16 Dec 1949
KJ092/08 United Services College. USC and its Old Boys. Part 2 Tapp, Col. H.A. 16 Dec 1949
KJ092/10 Christian. Was Kipling a Christian? Part 1 Phillipps, Dr. Dick 16 Dec 1949
KJ092/13 Freemasonry. Freemasonry in Kipling’s works. Pt 1 + Pt 2: 093/07 Bazley, Basil M. 16 Dec 1949
KJ092/14 Rudyard Kipling, by Rupert Croft-Cooke. Alan Swallow. $2 Naumburg, Carl T. (review) 16 Dec 1949
KJ092/15 BRIDGE-BUILDERS (DW). Who were the bridge builders? R 095/15 C1 + R 16 Dec 1949
KJ092/16 Poet. Kipling the poet: ‘…why are the poems so little known…?’ C 16 Dec 1949
KJ092/17 Apostolic succession. Kipling and Lt.-General Tucker in Biarritz C 16 Dec 1949
KJ092/17 DAY’S WORK. Doubleday edition with Kipling’s note of appreciation C 16 Dec 1949
KJ092/17 Scots words in R.K.: ‘…one of the little black crummies…’ C 16 Dec 1949
KJ093/01 Auctions & sales. First edition of ‘Kim’ from Swann Auction Galleries Collins, J.P. (Notes) 17 Apr 1950
KJ093/02 Prose collection à la T.S. Eliot ‘might afford a fillip to [K’s] tales’ Collins, J.P. (Notes) 17 Apr 1950
KJ093/03&01 Horace. Preface to 5th book of Horace Odes + C3: 094/10 097/16 100/17 Courtauld, S.A. (translator) 17 Apr 1950
KJ093/05 Christian. Was Kipling a Christian? Part 2 C 100/17 102/15 Phillipps, Dr. Dick + C 17 Apr 1950
KJ093/11 Victoria, B.C. Link with R.K. [+ ‘Old Charming Inn’ drawing] Phillipps, Dr. R.B. 17 Apr 1950
KJ093/13 Birmingham, George A. Guest of honour, Annual Luncheon 1939. Obituary Bazley, Basil M. 17 Apr 1950
KJ093/13 Dawson, Major Ernest. Largely resposible for N.Z. branch. Obituary Maitland, W.G.B. 17 Apr 1950
KJ093/13 Livingston, Mrs Flora V. Vice-president of the Society. Obituary 17 Apr 1950
KJ093/16 Best stories. ‘…stories which I read most frequently…’ C 17 Apr 1950
KJ093/16 Brazil. Kipling quote in ‘Sunday Times’ query + Response Collins, J.P. (Notes) 17 Apr 1950
KJ093/16 IN THE INTERESTS OF THE BRETHREN (D&C). Periodical query C + R 095/17 17 Apr 1950
KJ093/16 MADONNA OF THE TRENCHES (D&C). Periodical query R 095/17 C + R 17 Apr 1950
KJ093/17 Rhodesia. Early days of Rhodesia C 17 Apr 1950
KJ094/01 Henley. R.K. and W.E. Henley Collins, J.P. (Notes) 17 Jul 1950
KJ094/01 Victorian wizards Collins, J.P. (Notes) 17 Jul 1950
KJ094/02 Park. Editor of ‘Cape Times’ for 25 years Collins, J.P. (Notes) 17 Jul 1950
KJ094/03 Wavell, Earl. Our honoured past President. Obituary Collins, J.P. 17 Jul 1950
KJ094/04 Coming of Kipling [: and the ‘St James Gazette’, 1889]. Pt 1 + Pt 2: 095/05 Green, Roger Lancelyn 17 Jul 1950
KJ094/06 Rottingdean. The Elms, Rottingdean Tweedy, Owen 17 Jul 1950
KJ094/08 Gibb, Sir Alexander. Letter sent to Gibb, 12/35: ‘one of the last’ C 096/16 [Autograph] + C 17 Jul 1950
KJ094/10 BELTS (BRBv). ‘…treacherous order to Pope’s cavalry brigade…’ MacMunn, Sir George 17 Jul 1950
KJ094/11 STALKY & CO. Notes… [+ W.C. Crofts in his study: photo] + C4 099/15 Tapp, Col. H.A. + R 097/07 17 Jul 1950
KJ094/14 We can’t forget Kipling: a Melbourne broadcast Carlson, J.V. 17 Jul 1950
KJ094/15 Livingston Kipling Collection at Harvard Library Naumburg, Carl T. 17 Jul 1950
KJ094/16 India. Little Arrah house C5 17 Jul 1950
KJ094/17 Critics. Hasty judgements again [by Mr Compton Mackenzie] C7 17 Jul 1950
KJ094/17 Hymn books. How many Kipling poems are included in hymn books? C + R 096/16 17 Jul 1950
KJ094/17 Sketch of R.K. [by ‘Robida’ at Strasburg in 1921] C 17 Jul 1950
KJ095/01 Kipling Society, The. Presidents. Lt.-Gen. Sir Frederick Browning Collins, J.P. (Notes)+Photo 17 Oct 1950
KJ095/02 IF (R&Fv). Uplift of ‘If’: someone of competence should analyse the poem Collins, J.P. (Notes) 17 Oct 1950
KJ095/03 Rudyard Kipling: some apposite words MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. 17 Oct 1950
KJ095/07 SCHOOLBOY LYRICS (v). Title page, with autograph inscription [Facsimile] 17 Oct 1950
KJ095/08 Verse of Rudyard Kipling. Excerpt from BBC broadcast. Pt 1 + 095/02 Cecil, Lord David 17 Oct 1950
KJ095/09 Martindell essay prize. 1950: 1st prize winner. Full text + 095/02 (Notes) Hayden, D.P. 17 Oct 1950
KJ095/11 Kipling to me Brock, Captain P.W. 17 Oct 1950
KJ095/13 MRS BATHURST (T&D). More about Mrs Bathurst C 097/08&16&17 Tingey, A.J.C. +C3 096/16 17 Oct 1950
KJ095/14 Half century of memories, by ‘Snaffles’. Collins, 1949. 21/- Maitland, W.G.B. (review) 17 Oct 1950
KJ095/16 India. Kipling left India four times C6 17 Oct 1950
KJ095/16 O. Henry. O. Henry and R.K. [: did they meet or correspond?] C 17 Oct 1950
KJ096/01 Annual luncheon 1950, with address by The Dean of St. Paul’s C 097/17 [Summary of address] + C 17 Dec 1950
KJ096/02 Kiplingers; poem. Excerpt Green, Roger Lancelyn 17 Dec 1950
KJ096/02 Wavell, Earl. Ballad composed as ‘a veritable war-report’ Collins, J.P. (Notes) 17 Dec 1950
KJ096/03 IF (R&Fv). French up-to-date echo Collins, J.P. (Notes) 17 Dec 1950
KJ096/03 MANDALAY (BRBv). Nostalgia of Mandalay and the Danes MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir G. 17 Dec 1950
KJ096/04 Savile Club. Kipling’s membership signature in Club’s Candidate Book [1891 Facsimile] 17 Dec 1950
KJ096/05 British overseas. ‘…homesickness was reversed…with Kipling’s magic’ Carrington, C.E. 17 Dec 1950
KJ096/07 Verse of Rudyard Kipling. Excerpt from BBC broadcast. Pt 2 Cecil, Lord David 17 Dec 1950
KJ096/09 Martindell essay prize. 1950: 2nd prize winner. Full text: Is K. out of date? Boielle, J.H. 17 Dec 1950
KJ096/10 ENVOI (v). Tabulated list of sources of the various poems with this title Harbord, R.E. 17 Dec 1950
KJ096/11 PUCK OF POOK’S HILL. On the Great Wall Pt 1 C 098/16 Allen, Sir Stephen + C2 17 Dec 1950
KJ096/13 PREAMBLE to ‘The story of a surgeon’ by Sir John Bland Sutton, 1930. Kipling, Rudyard 17 Dec 1950
KJ096/14 Dictionary of National Biography on RK Original Member' Note 17 Dec 1950
KJ096/15 ANSWER (v). Kipling’s ‘origins’ Correction: 097/17 C + Correction 17 Dec 1950
KJ096/15 Critics. H.E. Bates on Rudyard Kipling (in ‘The Modern short story’) C8 17 Dec 1950
KJ096/16 LOVE O’ WOMEN (MI). Parallel story to ‘Mrs Bathurst’ R 097/17 C + R 17 Dec 1950
KJ096/16 Prophecies. Kipling and cricket C 17 Dec 1950
KJ096/17 Olympic hymn by Kipling query C 17 Dec 1950
KJ096/17 South America. ‘pedigree of the white stallion has been fully established’ C 17 Dec 1950
KJ097/02 No Danegeld, by request [: Randolph Churchill corrects ‘The Observer’] Collins, J.P. (Notes) 18 Apr 1951
KJ097/03 BRUSHWOOD BOY (DW). Critical analysis C:098/16 099/17 R: 099/17 Allen, B.W. + C1 + R 18 Apr 1951
KJ097/03 Maugham. ‘…intention of compiling a selection of Kipling stories…’ Collins, J.P. (Notes) 18 Apr 1951
KJ097/06 Rudyard Lake. Kipling shrine + illustration Wood, Frances A. 18 Apr 1951
KJ097/07 BONFIRES (v). Origin of ‘…bonfires on the ice…’ Pettigrew, Lt.-Col. W.N. 18 Apr 1951
KJ097/07 GUNGA DIN (BRBv). Origin of Gunga Din Pettigrew, Lt.-Col. W.N. 18 Apr 1951
KJ097/08 SEVEN SEAS (v). Bibliography point for collectors Pettigrew, Lt.-Col. W.N. 18 Apr 1951
KJ097/09&01 MANDALAY (BRBv). The road to Mandalay; broadcast talk. Pt 1 Gutteridge, Bernard 18 Apr 1951
KJ097/11 PUCK OF POOK’S HILL. On the Great Wall Pt 2 C 098/16 R 099/17 Allen, Sir Stephen + C3 +R 18 Apr 1951
KJ097/14 Film productions. Hollywood and ‘Kim’ C: 098/17 Notes: 093/01 097/01 Press comments + C1 18 Apr 1951
KJ098/01 Wallace, Edgar. Introduction by R.K. to Alfred Harmsworth & Derby lunch Collins, J.P. (Notes) 18 Jul 1951
KJ098/02 FROM SEA TO SEA. Chapter 36. Musquash [: i.e. Beaver] detail Collins, J.P. (Notes) 18 Jul 1951
KJ098/02 KIM. Read by Valentine Dyall for the BBC Light Programme Collins, J.P. (Notes) 18 Jul 1951
KJ098/03 Quotations. Kipling quoted ‘over and over again’ in…’The Times’ Collins, J.P. (Notes) 18 Jul 1951
KJ098/03 STALKY & CO. Fifty years of Stalky & Co recalling K’s Scots descent Collins, J.P. (Notes) 18 Jul 1951
KJ098/04 BRUSHWOOD BOY (DW). Another analysis Stanford, J.K. 18 Jul 1951
KJ098/06 MANDALAY (BRBv). The road to Mandalay; broadcast talk. Pt 2 Gutteridge, Bernard 18 Jul 1951
KJ098/08 France. Rudyard Kipling and France [: still popular 15 years after his death] Townroe, B.S. 18 Jul 1951
KJ098/10 Canada. R.K. and the Canadian Authors [Dinner. Speech at Claridge’s 1933] BBC text transcription 18 Jul 1951
KJ098/11 Library. R.K. texts/editions wanted for the Society’s library (1951) 18 Jul 1951
KJ098/12&13 Martindell, Capt E.W. Kipling’s first bibliographer. Obituary Collins, J.P. + 097/05 18 Jul 1951
KJ098/14 Skye. Kipling and the Isle of Skye 18 Jul 1951
KJ098/16 WITH THE NIGHT MAIL (A&R). Illustration (and Kipling text) error C1 18 Jul 1951
KJ098/17 Freemasonry. Kimball O’Hara a Freemason prior to 1884 C3 18 Jul 1951
KJ099/02 Russia. How history repeats: Kipling ‘a veritable prophet’ Collins, J.P. (Notes) 18 Oct 1951
KJ099/03 Soldiers Three; film. ‘…asphyxiated version…decidedly low-level…’ Collins, J.P. (Notes) 18 Oct 1951
KJ099/05 KIM. Little friend of all the world [+MGM film stills/Zam Zammah photo] Stanford, J.K. 18 Oct 1951
KJ099/09 Poet of Empire: a new judgement on Kipling [BBC Overseas broadcast] Jones, Sir Roderick 18 Oct 1951
KJ099/11 Verse. Rudyard Kipling’s verse Fox, G.E. 18 Oct 1951
KJ099/13 Research. Kipling research in the University of Texas [Yeats, Professor, A.W.] 18 Oct 1951
KJ099/14 Liberal imagination, by Lionel Trilling. Secker & Warburg, 1951. 15/- Bazley, Basil M. (review) 18 Oct 1951
KJ099/15 KIM. Colonel Soady Sahib (Chapter 8): information requested C1 18 Oct 1951
KJ099/16 BLACK JACK (ST). ‘A Waster action’ query C2 18 Oct 1951
KJ099/16 NAULAHKA. Who was Kiralfy? [+ Editorial solution] C2 18 Oct 1951
KJ099/16 Sixteen portraits [of] National Trust House [owners], by Hilton Brown C + R 099/16 18 Oct 1951
KJ099/17 Worst slip. Banderilla and banderilleros in ‘The Bull that thought’ C11 18 Oct 1951
KJ100/02 KIM. Kim and its moral Collins, J.P. (Notes) 18 Dec 1951
KJ100/02 Soldiers Three; film. ‘…not… representing Kipling’s three characters…’ Collins, J.P. (Notes) 18 Dec 1951
KJ100/03 United Services College. Now ‘Kingsley Terrace’ & of historic interest Collins, J.P (Notes) 18 Dec 1951
KJ100/04&02 Browning. Some Browning echoes at Bateman’s. Pt 1 + Pt 2: 101/04 Yeats, A.W. + C 101/15 18 Dec 1951
KJ100/06 Kipling Journal, The. Nos 1 – 100: editors identified 18 Dec 1951
KJ100/07 How Kipling influenced my life. Pt 1: The years between C 101/15 Townroe, B.S. +100/03 + C 18 Dec 1951
KJ100/09 Writ in barracks, by Edgar Wallace. 1st edition presented to the library Maitland, W.G.B. 18 Dec 1951
KJ100/10 Rottingdean. R.K. and Rottingdean: ‘The Elms’ festival exhibition Tweedy, Owen+099/03&04 18 Dec 1951
KJ100/13 Annual luncheon 1951, with address by Collin Brooks + 100/01 (Notes) [Summary of address] 18 Dec 1951
KJ100/14 JANE’S MARRIAGE (D&Cv). Definitive edition text alteration C4 18 Dec 1951
KJ100/16 BRIDGE-BUILDERS (DW). ‘…farrago of of bridge building stories…’ C2 18 Dec 1951
KJ100/16 HORSE MARINES (DOC). Trot out Persimmon R 101/16 C1 + R 18 Dec 1951
KJ101/01 Dedications. Kipling’s dedications Short, Ernest (Notes) 19 Apr 1952
KJ101/02 Bateman’s. Major Jarvis looks back C 102/17 Short, Ernest (Notes) + C2 19 Apr 1952
KJ101/02 REWARDS & FAIRIES. Meaning of ‘rewards’ [with Corbet’s 1st verse] Short, Ernest (Notes) 19 Apr 1952
KJ101/03 Auctions & sales. Kipling Journal Nos 1 – 87 on sale for six guineas Short, Ernest (Notes) 19 Apr 1952
KJ101/06 Contemporary reviews of Kipling’s works in the ‘Nineties [NY Times/Spectator] 19 Apr 1952
KJ101/10 Rare specimens [: of Kiplingiana owned by Norman Croom-Johnson] 19 Apr 1952
KJ101/11 How Kipling influenced my life. Pt 2: Pre-1914 Kipling Townroe, B.S. 19 Apr 1952
KJ101/13 Mackintosh, Donald. Foundation secretary, Melbourne Branch. Obituary 19 Apr 1952
KJ101/14 HARBOUR WATCH; play. Royalty Theatre programme (1913) donated Library note 19 Apr 1952
KJ101/15 Dead King [: written on the death of King Edward VII] C 19 Apr 1952
KJ101/15 IF (R&Fv). Who did Kipling intend to describe? + 097/02 (Notes) C3 19 Apr 1952
KJ101/16 ENEMIES TO EACH OTHER (D&C). Dedication to ?Mirza ?Mirkhond C 19 Apr 1952
KJ101/16 NAAMAN’S SONG (L&Rv). Leprosy, Israelites & the cinema? R 102/16 C + R 19 Apr 1952
KJ101/16 RECANTATION (YBv). Who was ‘Lyde’ R 102/16 (3 replies) C2 + R 19 Apr 1952
KJ101/16 SOMETHING OF MYSELF. That personal Dæmon…and K’s own verse C3 19 Apr 1952
KJ101/17 PUCK OF POOK’S HILL. Memory of the future C4 19 Apr 1952
KJ101/17 PUCK OF POOK’S HILL. Ruling wanted on ‘St Bernard Verses’ R 102/16 C5 + R 19 Apr 1952
KJ101/17 SOMETHING OF MYSELF. New Zealand and the South Atlantic query C4 + R 102/17 19 Apr 1952
KJ102/01 Maugham. Kipling versus Somerset Maugham: Raymond Mortimer notes… Short, Ernest (Notes) 19 Jul 1952
KJ102/02 Bateman’s. Burwash, Bateman’s – and the Admiral Vernon Inn Short, Ernest (Notes) 19 Jul 1952
KJ102/02 Sinister fiddlers C 103/17 104/16 Short, Ernest (Notes) + C 19 Jul 1952
KJ102/03 JANEITES (D&C). ‘… tribute to the genius of…Jane Austen…’ Pt 1 Allen, Sir Stephen 19 Jul 1952
KJ102/06 Friend. Rudyard Kipling and ‘The Friend [of the Free State]’ Pt 1 Croom-Johnson, Norman 19 Jul 1952
KJ102/08 Kipling of the ‘nineties: summary of address to KS members, April 1952 Short, Ernest 19 Jul 1952
KJ102/11 How Kipling influenced my life. Pt 3: The post-war Kipling Townroe, B.S. 19 Jul 1952
KJ102/13 Georgian adventure: autobiography of Douglas Jerrold, 1937 [Brief excerpt] 19 Jul 1952
KJ102/14 United Services College. Kipling’s old school [: USC Journal excerpts] Tapp, Col. H.A. 19 Jul 1952
KJ102/15 Film productions. Kipling and the cinema [‘…a creeping disease…’] C2 19 Jul 1952
KJ102/15 Hamonneau, M. ‘…le grand ami l’écrivain anglais R.K….’ Obituary C + Notes 102/01 19 Jul 1952
KJ102/17 Albatross. Is the bird’s eye red? R 103/16 105/16 108/16 C1 + R 19 Jul 1952
KJ103/01 Parody. Punch on a parody C 104/17 Short, Ernest (Notes) + C3 19 Oct 1952
KJ103/02 Grange, North End Road: Samuel Richardson shrine Short, Ernest (Notes) 19 Oct 1952
KJ103/03 MacMunn, Sir George. Society founder member. Obituary 19 Oct 1952
KJ103/04 Choice of Kipling’s prose (Somerset Maugham). Macmillan. 1952 Bazley, Basil M. (review) 19 Oct 1952
KJ103/06 Friend. Rudyard Kipling and ‘The Friend [of the Free State]’ Pt 2 Croom-Johnson, Norman 19 Oct 1952
KJ103/08 Scholarship. Some current Kipling scholarship Wagner, Geoffrey 19 Oct 1952
KJ103/09 Rudyard Kipling in New England, by Howard C. Rice Jnr Naumburg, Carl (review) 19 Oct 1952
KJ103/10 JANEITES (D&C). ‘… tribute to the genius of…Jane Austen…’ Pt 2 Allen, Sir Stephen 19 Oct 1952
KJ103/13 Great interpreter: notable tribute to R.K. in ‘The Spectator’, March 1899 19 Oct 1952
KJ103/16 Fame. R.K.’s fame [: and Raymond Mortimer’s ‘Sunday Times’ review…] C + R 104/16 19 Oct 1952
KJ103/17 Critics. Critics wrong C9 19 Oct 1952
KJ104/01 STALKY & CO. Somerset Maugham: ‘an odious story of school life’ Short, Ernest (Notes) 19 Dec 1952
KJ104/02 Beith, Major-General. Preliminary committee member, 1922. Obituary Short, Ernest (Notes) 19 Dec 1952
KJ104/02 Telephone exchange name: ‘Kipling’ not for St. John’s Wood C 19 Dec 1952
KJ104/03&01 Choice of Kipling’s prose (Somerset Maugham). Raymond Mortimer review Stanford, J.K. (appraisal) 19 Dec 1952
KJ104/05 Annual luncheon 1952, with address by Somerset Maugham [Text] 19 Dec 1952
KJ104/09 Kipling: a new aspect. Third Programme broadcast Pt 1. + Pt 2: 105/06 Dobrée, Bonamy 19 Dec 1952
KJ104/12 Autographs. Adjunct to a literary career [: K’s use of a book-selling device] Yeats, A.W. 19 Dec 1952
KJ104/16 CENTURION OF THE 30TH (POPH). Who wrote: Cur mundus militat…? C2 + Translation 19 Dec 1952
KJ104/17 DOG HERVEY (DOC). ‘But that’s little Bingo’ query R(2) 106/16 C1 + R 19 Dec 1952
KJ105/01 DEVIL & THE DEEP SEA (DW). Colour of the boats of the Aglaia Short, E. (Notes)+R 107/16 20 Apr 1953
KJ105/01 PUCK OF POOK’S HILL. 30th Legion ‘never came to Britain’ Short, Ernest (Notes) 20 Apr 1953
KJ105/01 REWARDS & FAIRIES. 30th Legion ‘never came to Britain’ Short, Ernest (Notes) 20 Apr 1953
KJ105/01 Worst slip. Guy Innes suggests that ‘Kipling steps aside’. Final statement [!] Short, Ernest (Notes) 20 Apr 1953
KJ105/02 National anthem. Why has none of 3 superior compositions been… adopted? Short, Ernest (Notes) 20 Apr 1953
KJ105/02 Villiers Street. First music-hall song Short, Ernest (Notes) 20 Apr 1953
KJ105/03 Literary judgement and common sense. Part 1 + Part 2: 106/08 C 116/17 Bazley, Basil M. + C 20 Apr 1953
KJ105/04 Rottingdean – the story of a village, by Col. S.M. Moens. John Beal & Son. Blyth, H.E. (review) 20 Apr 1953
KJ105/08 National Book League lecture on Rudyard Kipling Townroe, B.S. 20 Apr 1953
KJ105/09 Youth. Kipling’s youthful characters. Pt 1 + Pt 2: 106/10 Brown, Rhoda E. 20 Apr 1953
KJ105/12 South Africa. Kipling’s days at the Cape Fuller, Basil 20 Apr 1953
KJ105/15 Bodleian Library. The Bodleian and Kipling C 20 Apr 1953
KJ105/15 Critic as artist. Excerpt: ‘…Kipling is a genius who drops his aspirates…’ Wilde, Oscar (1891) 20 Apr 1953
KJ105/15 Trail of an artist-naturalist. Excerpt: Influences in ‘Jungle Tales’ [sic] (1951) Seton, Ernest Thompson 20 Apr 1953
KJ105/16 Favourite poems. Selection of 12 C 20 Apr 1953
KJ105/16 Frankau, Gilbert. Disciple of R.K. & quotation from ‘Self-portrait’ C 20 Apr 1953
KJ106/01 India. Kipling in his relation to Imperial imagination, 1953 Short, Ernest (Notes) 20 Jul 1953
KJ106/02 Across the Seven Seas: Rudyard Kipling…great American poet & novelist… Short, Ernest (Notes) 20 Jul 1953
KJ106/02 Chantry of the nations: mock attribution to R.K. in Punch, 1902. [Stanza] Short, Ernest (Notes) 20 Jul 1953
KJ106/03 STALKY & CO. Afterthoughts on Stalky & Co + Photo. of the old elm Allen, B.W. 20 Jul 1953
KJ106/06 French. Poèmes choisis par T.S. Eliot, traduit par Jules Castier + 107/02 Powell, Anthony (review) 20 Jul 1953
KJ106/13 IF (R&Fv). 53 parodies (1921-1952) presented to the Society 20 Jul 1953
KJ106/13 PUCK OF POOK’S HILL. 30th Legion and Hadrian’sWall Maitland, W.G.B. 20 Jul 1953
KJ106/13 REWARDS & FAIRIES. 30th Legion and Hadrian’s Wall Maitland, W.G.B. 20 Jul 1953
KJ106/14 Worst slip. ‘Bread upon the waters’ most likely source R 108/16 C12 + R 22 Jul 1953
KJ106/15 Knight on wheels, by Ian Hay: an early tribute to Rudyard Kipling 20 Jul 1953
KJ106/16 Canada. Kipling & Ritual relating to the calling of a professional engineer. C2 20 Jul 1953
KJ106/16 South Africa. Where Kipling walked C3 20 Jul 1953
KJ106/17 Statistics. Particulars for all known Kipling poems, single verses, etc C1 20 Jul 1953
KJ107/01 PHANTOM RICKSHAW (WWW). Psychiatry of fiction Short, Ernest (Notes) 20 Oct 1953
KJ107/01 THEY (T&D). Outstanding example of the supernatural in Kipling Short, Ernest (Notes) 20 Oct 1953
KJ107/02 Portrait. Compilation of Kipling portraits suggested Short, Ernest (Notes) 20 Oct 1953
KJ107/02 Theatre. Dramatising Kipling Short, Ernest (Notes) 20 Oct 1953
KJ107/03 Critics. Some criticisms of Kipling’s work. Pt 1 + Pt 2: 108/07 Bazley, Basil M. 20 Oct 1953
KJ107/06 Bonney, Victor. Vice-president and Past Chairman. Obituary 20 Oct 1953
KJ107/07 South Africa. Giants at the Cape [: Cecil John Rhodes & Rudyard Kipling] Knight, Sidney E. + 107/01 20 Oct 1953
KJ107/08 Readers’ guide to Kipling’s works + 108/17 109/15 112/12 113/12 Harbord, R.E. 20 Oct 1953
KJ107/10 Medical matters. Kipling and the doctors: a contemporary [1908] note ['Spectator'] + C1 094/16 20 Oct 1953
KJ107/13 Kipling stands alone – as a revealer of the worth of work to the worker Rowland, Llewellyn 20 Oct 1953
KJ107/15 Braddy. Who is Nella Braddy [who wrote ‘Son of Empire’]? R 110/17 C + R 20 Oct 1953
KJ107/15 Statistics. Particulars for all known Kipling prose C2 20 Oct 1953
KJ107/15 Youth. To interest young people See also: Braddy C 20 Oct 1953
KJ107/16 PROPAGATION OF KNOWLEDGE (S&C). Tom-a-Bedlams described C1 20 Oct 1953
KJ107/17 Kipling Journal, The. Shortage of back nos: 41,60,67,71,73,77,81,86,88-90 20 Oct 1953
KJ108/01 Kelly. Sir Gerald Kelly complains that Kipling learned his craft ‘at school’ Short, Ernest (Notes) 20 Dec 1953
KJ108/03 Vancouver. Sam Robb – ‘Vancouver World’ reporter – and R.K. in bed Short, Ernest (Notes) 20 Dec 1953
KJ108/04 Healing. Kipling’s later tales: the theme of healing. Part 1 Tompkins, Dr. J.M.S. 20 Dec 1953
KJ108/12 Annual luncheon 1953, with address by Sir Archie Michaelis [Summary of address] 20 Dec 1953
KJ108/13 United Services College. Commemorative plaque unveiled at K’s old school [+ Photograph] + 106/11 20 Dec 1953
KJ108/14 Rudyard Kipling at home and at work, by Dorothy Ponton, 1953. 5/- Bazley, Basil M. (review) 20 Dec 1953
KJ108/15 MARY POSTGATE (DOC). Careful presentation of governess-companion Browne, Lt-Col. Barwick 20 Dec 1953
KJ108/16 Kipling Journal, The. List of glossaries, etc, desirable for use by the Society C3 20 Dec 1953
KJ108/18 Kipling Society, The. Secretary 4a. B.M. Bazley apptd. joint [Listing] 20 Dec 1953
KJ109/01 Bateman’s. Kipling’s sundial hidden from the sun by a yew-hedge Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Apr 1954
KJ109/01 Bateman’s. William Ramsay marooned on Kipling’s pond Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Apr 1954
KJ109/01 Shaw. Kipling’s meeting with G.B.S. at Hardy’s burial + 100/14 Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Apr 1954
KJ109/02 Horse racing. Melbourne Cup and Kipling’s ‘unsuitable’ copy Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Apr 1954
KJ109/02 Rottingdean. Brighton’s £15 million development near ‘Kipling’s village’ Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Apr 1954
KJ109/03 Bible. The Bible, the Prayer Book and Rudyard Kipling Gribbon, Rev. Robert B. 21 Apr 1954
KJ109/06 Collins, J.P. Valued member of the Society. Obituary 21 Apr 1954
KJ109/07 Haggard. Rider Haggard and Rudyard Kipling [:exc. from daughter’s biog.] Haggard, Lilias + 107/16 21 Apr 1954
KJ109/09 Healing. Kipling’s later tales: the theme of healing. Part 2 Tompkins, Dr. J.M.S. 21 Apr 1954
KJ109/14 FAIRY-KIST (L&R). Similarity with Sherlock Holmes’ ‘Silver blaze’ Maitland, W.G.B. 21 Apr 1954
KJ109/14 Holmes, Sherlock. Mis-dated ‘Plain tales from the hills’ Maitland, W.G.B. 21 Apr 1954
KJ109/16 Modern writer and his world, by G.S. Fraser. Derek Verschoyle. 16/- [Review] 21 Apr 1954
KJ109/17 FINEST STORY IN THE WORLD (MI). Crypticism within C 21 Apr 1954
KJ109/17 PROPHET AND THE COUNTRY (D&C). K’s Achilles heel? R 112/17 C + R 21 Apr 1954
KJ109/17 UNCOVENANTED MERCIES (L&R). Acceptance of Einstein’s Theory? C2 21 Apr 1954
KJ110/01 Bateman’s. Description of its glories in spring Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Jul 1954
KJ110/01 Critics. Rung ho, Maugham sahib Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Jul 1954
KJ110/02 Epitaphs. Actor’s memorial at Stratford-on-Avon + 111/02 Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Jul 1954
KJ110/02 KIM. Aslam Khan, horse coper, ‘who seldom sold a wrong ‘un’ Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Jul 1954
KJ110/02 Pioneer newspaper. Edwin Haward, ex-editor, recalls K’s social activities Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Jul 1954
KJ110/03 Echo Club. Re-echoes of the Echo Club Weygandt, Ann M. 21 Jul 1954
KJ110/06 Critics. What they said about Kipling’s works. Part 1 Bazley, Basil M. 21 Jul 1954
KJ110/10 Kipling Society, The. Future of the Society [: how much longer?] +C111/17 Secretary + C110/16 21 Jul 1954
KJ110/12 Kipling Society, The. Looking back [: and paying tribute to JHC Brooking] Maitland, W.G.B. 21 Jul 1954
KJ110/14 DANNY DEEVER (BRBv). Concerning ‘Danny Deever’ C 119/16 Harbord, R. (+ report) + C1 21 Jul 1954
KJ110/16 Barclay, Mrs Maud. Vice-president, Victoria B.C. Branch. Obituary 21 Jul 1954
KJ110/16 Fox, Gerard E. Old & valued member of Society. Obituary 21 Jul 1954
KJ111/01 ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR (v). Encore verses + 102/02 Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Oct 1954
KJ111/01 Bateman’s. Plants from South Africa; restricted library; miniature lake Short, E. (Notes) + 107/01 21 Oct 1954
KJ111/02 Collier. John Collier’s portrait of Kipling at 36 (1901) Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Oct 1954
KJ111/02 Stories of Kipling (ed. Somerset Maugham) reviewed in New York Times Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Oct 1954
KJ111/02 Theatre. Kipling and the stage Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Oct 1954
KJ111/03 PUCK OF POOK’S HILL. Kipling makes history live [: for BBC ‘David’] 21 Oct 1954
KJ111/03 Tree. Beerbohm Tree recites ‘If’ – but not by Kipling Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Oct 1954
KJ111/04 Sociologist. Kipling as a sociologist (Third programme broadcast) Annan, Noel 21 Oct 1954
KJ111/09 Scouts. Rudyard Kipling and the Scout Movement Michaelis, Sir Archie 21 Oct 1954
KJ111/10 ON THE GATE (D&C). Lowbrow commentary Purefoy, A.E. Bagwell 21 Oct 1954
KJ111/12 Hunting song of the Kiplingite; poem Green, Roger Lancelyn 21 Oct 1954
KJ111/13 Healing. Kipling’s later tales: the theme of healing. Part 3 Tompkins, Dr. J.M.S. 21 Oct 1954
KJ111/17 JUNGLE BOOKS. Motor launch ‘Bagheera’ spotted C4 21 Oct 1954
KJ111/17 Lumbering ‘dhoni’ query R 114/17 C + R 21 Oct 1954
KJ112/01 CAT THAT WALKED BY HIMSELF (JSS). Gt. Westerford connection? Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Dec 1954
KJ112/01 Medical matters. Kipling as medical student Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Dec 1954
KJ112/02 BAA, BAA, BLACK SHEEP (WWW). Comments by John Connell Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Dec 1954
KJ112/02 Motoring. Kipling’s ‘locomotion’ (‘Daily Telegraph’ Peterborough column) Short, Ernest (Notes) 21 Dec 1954
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