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Huxley Clippings Inventory

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  1. Clipping of article: "Aldous Huxley" by Claire Nicolas. From Vogue August 1, 1947.
  2. Clipping of article: "Vogue Spotlight: Aldous Huxley" from Vogue. October 1, 1950.


  1. "The Genius and the Goddess" by Aldous Huxley. A serialized novel in three parts. Harper's Magazine vol, 210, nos. 1259‒1261. April, May & June 1955.
  2. "The only way to write a modern poem about a nightingale" by Aldous Huxley. Harper's Magazine vol. 227, no. 1359. August 1963.
  3. "Who are you?" by Aldous Huxley; with pictorial comments by James Thurber. From Harper's Magazine. No date.
  4. "Aldous Huxley in California" by Anita Loos. Harper's Magazine. vol. 228 no. 1368. May 1964.


  1. "Voices" by Aldous Huxley. The Atlantic vol. 196, no. 1. July 1955. [This issue has a sketch of Huxley on the cover.]
  2. Clipping of article: "Aldous Huxley: The Latest Phase" by Theodore Spencer. From Atlantic Monthly. Dated March 1940.

New York Times

  1. Clipping from the New York Times, November 24, 1963 with the obituary of Aldous Huxley.
  2. Clipping of article: "Re-educated Vision" from The New York Times Book Review, November 8, 1942. [Review of "The Art of Seeing" by Aldous Huxley.]
  3. Clipping of article: "Aldous Huxley's Seven Years in America" from The New York Times Book Review. June 27, 1943.

House and Garden

  1. "Bookplate Artist" Clipping from House & Garden, November, 1947 featuring a picture of Aldous Huxley's bookplate designed by engraver Bruno Bramante.
  2. "If my library burned tonight" by Aldous Huxley. From House & Garden. No date.

Assorted publications

  1. "Brave New World: Aldous Huxley, author of the famous novel of that title, fears that his fantasy of the future is coming true ahead of schedule" by Aldous Huxley. From Life 9/20/1948 (?)
  2. "an artist in stained glass" by Aldous Huxley. From Creative Art (?) No date. Regarding the stained glass art of Joep Nicolas.
  3. "the pros and cons, history and future possibilities of vision-inducing psychochemicals: a philosopher's visionary prediction" by Aldous Huxley. Playboy vol. 10 no. 11. November 1963.
  4. Clipping from The New Yorker, March 19, 1966. Review of "Aldous Huxley: 1894‒1963" authored by Julian Huxley.
  5. Review of Huxley's "After many a summer dies the swan" by George Catlin. The Saturday Review of Literature vol. 21 no. 14. January 27, 1940.
  6. Clipping of article: "Manual of Mysticism." Review of "The Perennial Philosophy" from Time. October 1, 1945.
  7. Clipping of article: "Aldous Huxley" from New York Herald Tribune Books. July 26, 1942.
  8. Psychedelic Review. Vol. 1, no. 3. 1964. "Aldous Huxley memorial issue." Contents: "A tribute to Aldous Huxley" by Gerald Heard; "Aldous Huxley, a tribute" by Huston Smith; "Some remembrances of Aldous Huxley" by Alan Watts; "The last message of Aldous Huxley" by Timothy Leary. [Shelved separately PR6015.U9 Z554 1964]

Miscellaneous magazine and newspaper cuttings

  1. 9 clippings from assorted magazines and newspapers with half-tone images of Aldous Huxley. 4 are dated; 1936‒38.
  2. 3 clippings; one a cartoon relating to Huxley, one with his picture alongside those of W.H. Auden and Evelyn Waugh grouping the three with the caption stating that the three "now search for religious truths in their books."
  3. Three clippings, one from The Saturday Review, July 11, 1936, advertising the publication of a new Huxley novel "Eyeless in Gaza."
  4. 10 clippings: one an article: "Fire fought by hundreds at Hollywood" from the Cleveland Plain Dealer, May 14, 1961 recording the loss of Aldous Huxley's home in a fire; one a halftone photo of Aldous Huxley with his wife and son; the rest are assorted images, advertisements, or mentions of Huxley or his work. One is dated 1935 and another is dated 1944.
  5. Clipping of article "The Huxley Brothers."
  6. Clipping of article: "Literature loses Titan: Aldous Huxley dead at 69 in California" from The Cleveland Plain Dealer. Sunday, November 24, 1963. With advertisement for "Eyeless in Gaza" with image of Aldous Huxley.
  7. Four clippings of half-tone images of Aldous Huxley. Two dated; 1942, 1944.


  1. "The most agreeable vice" by Aldous Huxley. Los Angeles: Printed by the Ward Richie Press. 1938. [On reading.]
  2. Prospectus for "L'apres-midi d'un faune" by Stephane Mallarme. The translation by Aldous Huxley. Drawings by John Buckland Wright. London: The Golden Cockerel Press. 1956.
  3. "1936 . . . PEACE?" by Aldous Huxley. London: Friends Peace Committee. 1936.
  4. Rare book sales catalogue XIV of Barnet B. Rudder, New York. No date. Item no. 69 describes a scrapbook of original drawings by Aldous Huxley.


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April 21, 2016