John Willoughby Layard Papers, 1897 - 1974 (MSS 0084)

Restrictions: The materials in boxes 89-98 and microfilm reels 62-72 contain correspondence concerning psychiatric treatment and cannot be used without the written permission of the subjects involved, should they still be living. It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine whether the subject is still living.

Extent: 48.8 Linear feet (76 archives boxes, 16 card file boxes, 6 flat boxes, 4 oversize files)

Microfilm Edition

The Layard Papers are available on microfilm. Reel and frame numbers accompany individual folder descriptions in the container list of this guide.

Papers of John Willoughby Layard, English anthropologist and Jungian psycho-therapist. The collection includes extensive correspondence; drafts of Layard's writings, both published and unpublished; extensive notes and research materials; artifacts; and personal, patient and family materials. A significant proportion of the research materials and writings relate to Layard's anthropological work in Melanesia, including materials used in his book Stone Men of Malekula. Also included are voluminous materials relating to Layard's books The Lady of the Hare and "The Mary Book: The Snake, the Dragon, and the Tree" (unpublished).

John Willoughby Layard, English psychologist and anthropologist, was born in London on November 28, 1891. His parents were George Somes Layard and Eleanor Gribble Layard, he from a genteel parson's family; she from a wealthy mercantile household. The Layard family were minor nobility, descended from French Huguenots. John's great uncle was Sir Austen Henry Layard (1817-1894), a noted archaeologist and diplomat who had excavated the ruins of Ninevah. John's branch of the family had gone through most of its money by the time of his birth, and what funds remained went into the care of John's father, who was sickly. John had a sister Nancy, five years older; and a brother Peter, five years younger. Another brother died at age three, one year before John's birth. According to John, his home life was the most repressed of Victorian households, and he attributed his emotionally troubled young adulthood to this family background.

Raised in Malvern, John was sent at the age of seven to the Priory School, a Malvern boarding school. At about eleven, his family moved to Felixstowe and he was transferred to Bedales, where he attended a co-ed school, then considered "progressive". In 1909 his family sent him to study in Paris and Berlin for a year. He then attended Cambridge University, where he became active in folk music and anthropological clubs. Most of his free time was apparently spent collecting the words of folk music.

In 1914 W.H.R. Rivers, a Cambridge anthropologist, offered Layard the opportunity to go to the New Hebrides Islands in Melanesia with a group headed by Rivers and A.C. Haddon. Rivers and Layard split from the rest of the party and went to the island of Atchin, in Malekula. After a short time, Rivers left Layard alone on the island with the natives, in a small house which had been built by Catholic missionary priests who had been killed by the natives. Layard spent a year in Melanesia, mostly on Atchin, with three weeks on Vao and a few weeks in Australia. For most of the time he lived completely alone with the natives, teaching himself their language and songs, and making copious notes on all facets of their life. From the notes of his three weeks on Vao came his Stone Men of Malekula. His other notes have not been published.

World War I had begun while Layard was en route to Melanesia. His brother Peter became an officer and was killed in France. When John returned to England he suffered a nervous breakdown, tried to enlist, was refused, was accepted into a government agricultural program, but was too ill to continue. His parents sent him to live with a Dr. Greer in Cornwall, who accepted "live-in patients." He then went to live with the Bagenal family, where he almost committed suicide (there is a suicide note in Bagenal file, Correspondence series).

At this point Layard was introduced to psychologist Homer Lane, with whom Layard began his first psycho-analysis. Layard was making great progress until Lane was arrested and charged with immorality for having sexual relations with female patients. Lane died shortly thereafter, and Layard tried to continue his analysis and therapy with other analysts - first Stekel in England, then in Vienna in 1926, then to Wittels in Berlin.

In Berlin, he joined David Ayerst, an English friend and the future editor of the Manchester Guardian. Layard then became part of the Berlin homosexual literary scene, and his friends included writers W.H. Auden and Christopher Isherwood. Having been introduced to Auden by David Ayerst, Layard "promptly fell in love." In 1929, Layard attempted suicide by shooting himself through the mouth. When he did not immediately die, he took a taxi to Auden's apartment and asked him to "finish the job." Auden called an ambulance and Layard survived.

It was at this point, according to Layard's autobiography, that his life began. Back in England, Layard moved to Oxford and was introduced into the Department of Anthropology as "the best field man." He became part of the literary/professorial/artistic group surrounding Mansfield "Manny" Forbes, a well-known patron of the arts. Layard lived at the Forbes' home Finella for part of this time.

At Oxford Layard met Doris Dingwall, wife of anthropologist Eric Dingwall. The Dingwall's had an open marriage. Layard and Doris fell in love and took up housekeeping together. On March 15, 1934, Doris gave birth to a son, named Peter Richard Granville Layard (known as Richard). Richard was to become a noted economist, and now teaches at the London School of Economics. Eric Dingwall refused at first to give Doris a divorce, but he relented in 1943, when Richard was nine years old.

In the early 1940s Layard published his two best known works, Stone Men of Malekula and Lady of the Hare - the two monographs that appeared during his life. At the same time he started seeing patients as an analyst, and continued his own analysis with Baynes in Oxford, Jung in Zurich, and Gerhard Adler in Oxford.

By the mid-1940's John and Doris were bitterly unhappy with each other. Both had converted to the Roman Catholic church. John returned to Zurich to work with Jung. There he began a seven-year love affair with Baroness Vera von der Heydt, also a therapist. Doris, who later became a psychotherapist herself, studied briefly with Jung's wife.

Returning to England, Layard continued writing, publishing and lecturing, both in Great Britain and abroad. He became a sought-after analyst, yet remained unhappy with himself. In the early 1950's he began a second long-term love affair, this time with Dr. Lola Paulsen, another psychologist. John and Doris were eventually divorced, but continued a relationship. Lola Paulsen often called herself "Mrs. Layard," although she and John were never married.

Despite his youthful illnesses, Layard lived in fairly good health until the late 1950's, when he was diagnosed as diabetic. In 1961 he was involved in a serious multi-car auto accident, for which he may have been partly responsible. Suffering a severe leg injury, he spent the following year in physical therapy. His eyesight grew worse, as did his hearing.

In 1970 he bought property in Megavissey, intending to found an institution for "third-world" health. By "third-world" Layard meant a union between the mental and the physical worlds. His plans were interrupted by a violent physical attack from a neighbor, Lionel Miskin, who had become enraged over certain aspects of Layard's psychoanalysis of him and his wife. This incident was symptomatic of the extreme emotions that Layard often inspired in those who knew him well. Layard sued Miskin for assault and abandoned his plans for the institution. He then retired to Wardington House until his health improved.

In 1972 John and Doris reconciled, and they lived together, apparently happily, until Doris' death in November, 1973. She was followed a year later by John, who died at Cowley Road Hospital, Oxford, on November 26, 1974, two days short of his 83rd birthday. Attending John Layard's funeral were Vera von der Heydt and Lola Paulson, his two long-time lovers besides Doris, who had remained friends with him and with each other, a sign of the intense feelings he often aroused in others.

At several times during the last ten or fifteen years of his life, Layard had tried to retire from practice and write. He accomplished little, however, since many people continued to seek his professional help. It was not until after his death that A Celtic Quest and Atchin Dictionary were both published. His Lady and the Hare has been re-printed twice since then.

The John Willoughby Layard Papers provide extensive documentation on the multi-faceted life and work of an English intellectual. All aspects of Layard's life are represented in the collection, including his personal life, family affairs, anthropological investigations, psychoanalytical practice, writing, intellectual pursuits, and travel. In addition, the papers are of value to those studying the Melanesian area. A significant proportion of the research materials and writings relate to Layard's anthropological work in Melanesia, including materials used in his book Stone Men of Malekula. Also included are voluminous materials relating to Layard's books The Lady of the Hare and "The Mary Book: The Snake, the Dragon, and the Tree" (unpublished).

The collection is organized in five series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE, 2) WRITINGS OF LAYARD, 3) WRITINGS BY OTHERS, 4) MEMORABILIA and 5) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

SERIES 1: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE is the largest and most extensive series, containing communications between Layard and his colleagues in all his fields of interest - anthropology, psychology, and folk music. The bulk of Layard's own letters can be found in the "Family Correspondence" subseries, although very few of his replies are included in the "General Correspondence".

Reprints of articles by correspondents, usually inscribed to Layard and annotated by him, are included with some files. Where indicated on the container list, files contain photographs as well. Correspondents are identified in the container list, where possible, as to profession and their relationship to Layard. Correspondence regarding research for or publication of Layard's writings are filed with the appropriate writings, in keeping with their original order. Patient/correspondents whose cases became the subject of a writing have their correspondence filed with those writings. Non-confidential patient correspondence is included in the "General Correspondence" (due to Layard's friendships with many of his former patients, he often corresponded with them on subjects not related to treatment).

The correspondence is arranged in alphabetical order by surname of correspondent. Most files with an ending date of 1974 contain a letter of condolence on the death of John Layard, written to Richard. In general, correspondence for individuals represented by fewer than three items is filed alphabetically in miscellaneous files under the appropriate letter of the alphabet. However, some correspondence dated before 1930, which is purely of a personal nature (e.g., dinner invitations), is arranged chronologically and filed with the subseries "Subjects."

Correspondents include a great number of anthropologists and psychologists. Among the most extensive is the correspondence with anthropologist W.H.R. Rivers and psychologist Carl Jung, Layard's two mentors. Even more extensive are Layard's references to Jung in his correspondence with Doris (1940's, found in the "Family Correspondence" subseries) and his dream descriptions, with Jung analyses, of the same period (found in the WRITINGS OF LAYARD series, "Autobiographical/Biographical" subseries). The files for Manny Forbes and Robin Bevan-Brown, in the "General Correspondence," contain extensive personal exchanges.

Correspondents represented in the "General Correspondence" subseries also include noted writers, composers, concert musicians, artists, and actors. Interesting among the "General Correspondence" correspondence is a letter from Ken Burridge (1972) (and another from John Smith [1953] under Miscellaneous Melanesian Correspondence) indicating that Layard was still remembered in the folklore of the natives of Atchin. In the Gerhard Adler file there is a 1974 letter from Dr. Aldo Carotenato re publishing "The Making of Man" in Italian. In the Rolf Gardiner file is a letter from Jorniger Moorsan, 1927, expressing his disapproval of Gardiner's German exchange camp. Other significant correspondents are anthropologists Gregory Bateson, A.C. Haddon, Bronislaw Malinowski, and Alfred Radcliffe-Brown; writers W.H. Auden and Christopher Isherwood; composer Michael Tippett; and psychologists Gerhard Adler, and Homer Lane. In the subseries "Subjects," under Miscellaneous Personal Correspondence (box 17, folders 7-8) are a number of interesting letters, including: a letter from Austin Robinson, apparently a military officer in India, dated 1927, with an interesting description of life in Raj India; a letter from Mrs. Paul Robeson dated 1938 re coming to dinner at the Layards'; letters from Charles Beaumont, apparently Vera von der Heydt's father, 1949; a letter from publisher Richard de la Mare, 1956; and a letter from artist Walter Jonas, with a watercolor painting on the letter.

Letters in the "Miscellaneous Requests to Publish or Write" include letters from Geoffrey Grigson, Irene Haccius (re: publishing in French), David Holt, Cynthis Rowland (re: publishing in Swedish), and Alice Meinhard (re: publishing in German) "Band Boy" Sherris, 1934; artist Vincent Stuart, 1941, offering to paint Layard's portrait; and artist Jane Wyatt, 1970, artist, saying Layard's portrait is ready.

Letters in the "Miscellaneous Research for Layard" include those from Dr. L.D. Barnett, 1939; A.W. Gorme, 1940; A.C. Hardy, 1953, H.J. Rose, 1936, and H.S. Wadeley, c.1940.

The subseries "Family Correspondence" is of great significance in that it contains numerous letters from John Layard himself. Layard's correspondence with his wife is of special interest because it contains his detailed personal reflections on subjects of contemporary interest, such as conditions in Nazi Germany during the period when Layard lectured there.

Of interest in the correspondence with Layard's mother, Eleanor Gribble Layard, are references to the Layard family, for example the escape of Major Vandeleur from Germany during the first World War. Included in his mother's miscellaneous correspondence are an illustrated love letter (dated 1877) from her first beau, an aspiring artist; a letter dated 1907 from one of John's classmates about John at school; and a letter from Fanny Haddon (Mrs. A.C.) in 1914, thanking Mrs. Layard for letting her read John's letters from the Melanesian journey, and asking to be allowed to read the others which might arrive.

Correspondence of Layard's father, George, includes letters George solicited from notable personages in 1913. These include letters or notes from composer Edward Elgar, philosopher Herbert Spencer, and writer H.G. Wells.

The subseries "Patient Correspondence" is restricted. Much of this concerns details of treatment, including detailed descriptions of dreams. Many files include drawings or paintings by patients.

SERIES 2: WRITINGS OF LAYARD

WRITINGS OF LAYARD, the next largest series in the collection, are arranged chronologically, as well as can be determined, by time of writing; these include books published, articles printed in journals, papers and talks delivered, and drafts and notes for unpublished books. All of Layard's original handwritten notes from Malekula are here, as well as the hand-written and type-written drafts he made from these notes.

Of interest is Layard's autobiography, which he wrote in snatches from the 1940s to the 1970s. This, along with the correspondence between Layard and his wife Doris, provide interesting insights into the political and intellectual climate in Europe during Layard's lifetime, particularly during the late 1930s when Layard was lecturing in Nazi Germany.

Mary Book materials, in the WRITINGS OF LAYARD series, relate to Layard's psychological study of Mary Tritton, a project he conducted over a long period, from the late 1940s to the 1960s. Ms. Tritton granted Layard permission to publish his research on her, so the materials are here unrestricted. In this series can be found extensive files relating largely to Ms. Tritton's dreams, including drawings, paintings, and correspondence.

SERIES 3: WRITINGS OF OTHERS

The WRITINGS OF OTHERS series contains works collected by Layard and annotated by him. These include typescripts, reprints, and journals. Non-annotated writings of others have been separated to the Library's other collections. The Separation List (at the end of this register) is a list of these items.

SERIES 4: PERSONAL MEMORABILIA

Of interest in the PERSONAL MEMORABILIA, in the "John Layard Memorabilia" subseries, is a brochure advertising a portable desk for field anthropologists, and the 1914 passenger list from Layard's Melanesian voyage. Also in this subseries are clippings retained by him, a 1951 Health and Nature (nudist) magazine, and a collection of erotic drawings. These reveal Layard's varied intellectual interests.

Included among the Layard Papers are archeological artifacts from Melanesia, the Scilly Isles, and Nineveh. These are listed in the Container List under the title or subseries to which they relate.

SERIES 5: ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

The final series contains original documents deemed too fragile for use. Brittle and high-acid content materials have been photocopied onto acid-free paper. The copies have been substituted and the originals have been placed in series order and must be consulted in place of these originals.

Provenance

Acquired from Dr. Richard Layard, London, England, 1989.

Prior to its acquisition by UC San Diego Library, the collection had been stored in the London home of Layard's son, Richard. When originally received by the Library, the collection had been arbitrarily packed into 33 boxes. Although the original order was difficult to ascertain, it was apparent that Layard had maintained his files in several alphabetical series, each covering approximately a decade. He had maintained his research materials and drafts of his books more or less by subject matter.

In general, the processors have maintained the integrity of each file at the item level, but at the folder-level they have reorganized the materials in accord with the underlying intellectual order of the papers. For example, subseries containing family and financial correspondence were created, and drafts of a particular book were brought together. Un-annotated publications by others have been separated to the Library's general collection.

Container List

CORRESPONDENCE

General Correspondence

Box: 1 Folder: 1
Academic Assistance Council, 1936, re: Mrs. Erich von Hornbostel, [reel 1, frame 0042]
Box: 1 Folder: 2
Acland, Maimie, 1911, [reel 1, frame 0046]
Box: 1 Folder: 3
Adler, Gerhard, 1959-74, (Layard's analyst 1939), [reel 1, frame 0051]
Box: 1 Folder: 4
Adler, Hans, 1931-40, (friend from Vienna, Layard sponsored for immigration into England) - Includes corres. with Jewish Refugee Committee, [reel 1, frame 0068]
Box: 1 Folder: 5
Analytical Psychology Club, 1961, [reel 1, frame 0094]
Box: 1 Folder: 6
Andreae, Marc and wife Lis, (in German), 1947, [reel 1, frame 0097]
Box: 1 Folder: 7
Andrews, A.F.J. "John" (neighbor, contractor in Mevagissey), 1960-61, [reel 1, frame 0101]
Box: 1 Folder: 8
Annett, Stephen F. (psychologist), 1948, [reel 1, frame 0106]
Box: 1 Folder: 9
Auden, W. H., 1931-55 - Includes one p.c.in Auden's handwriting re: becoming Richard's godfather (?) and other items re: Auden, [reel 1, frame 0108]
Box: 1 Folder: 10
Austin, Mr. & Mrs. Eric, and son Hugh, 1964, [reel 1, frame 0129]
Box: 1 Folder: 11
Ayerst, David (friend from Berlin; editor Manchester Guardian), 1927-73 [reel 1, frame 0135]
Box: 1 Folder: 13
Bagenel, N.B. and family (Layard's friend from Cambridge), 1911-74, [reel 1, frame 0166]
Box: 1 Folder: 12
"C.B.B." 1913-14, [reel 1, frame 0161]
Box: 1 Folder: 14
Baker, Frank, 1941-51, [reel 1, frame 0293]
Box: 1 Folder: 15
Baker, John R., Zita, and Ina (zoologist, anthropologists), 1937, with 9 reprints, 1925-36, [reel 1, frame 0310]
Box: 1 Folder: 16
Balfour, Lady Betty, 1923-34, and daughter Mary, 1969-70, [reel 1, frame 0315]
Box: 1 Folder: 17
Balfour, Lady Eve and "Bunny" (sister in-law to Lady Betty), ca. 1920s, [reel 1, frame 0394]
Box: 1 Folder: 18
Banks, Mrs. M.M., 1934-43, with reprint "Tangled Tread Mazes" 1935; Includes 1934 correspondence with Scottish Home and Country [reel 1, frame 0405]
Box: 1 Folder: 19
Banziger, Hans (Zurich psychiatrist), 1947-49, with two reprints [reel 1, frame 0422]
Box: 1 Folder: 20
Barker, Culver and Mary, 1942-46, [reel 1, frame 0424]
Box: 1 Folder: 21
Barnard, T.T. (anthropologist), 1954, with article in MAN, 1928, [reel 1, frame 0428]
Box: 1 Folder: 22
Baron, Frank, 1960-61, with two reprints re: Mevagissey history, [reel 1, frame 0434]
Box: 1 Folder: 23
Barron, Jonce and Gladys (friends, Mevagissey), 1918-74, [reel 1, frame 0451]
Box: 1 Folder: 24
Barron, Winifred (subject of "A Fisherman's Daughter"), 1933-39, [reel 1, frame 0476]
Box: 1 Folder: 25
Bateson, Gregory (anthropologist), 1927-58, with five inscribed reprints 1937-56, [reel 1, frame 0480]
Box: 2 Folder: 1
Bazeley, E.T. (Homer Lane's secretary), 1925-27, [reel 1, frame 0488]
Box: 2 Folder: 2
Beard, Paul (President, Psychic Science Ltd), 1970-71, [reel 1, frame 0500]
Box: 2 Folder: 3
Bedales Society, 1964-65, [reel 1, frame 0503]
Box: 2 Folder: 4
Begg, Dr. Catherine (analyst), 1944, [reel 1, frame 0506]
Box: 2 Folder: 5
Benenson, Mira, 1943, [reel 1, frame 0515]
Box: 2 Folder: 6
Bennett, Sir Ernest (M.P.) and Lady Margaret, re: right to publish, 1944, [reel 1, frame 0520]
Box: 2 Folder: 7
Bentin, Philip and Nova, 1968-73, [reel 1, frame 0523]
Box: 2 Folder: 8
Berg, Leila (analyst), 1967-69, [reel 1, frame 0530]
Box: 2 Folder: 9
Bevan-Brown, Dr. Robert (Robin) (Layard's best friend at Cambridge), 1913-54, [reel 1, frame 0534]
Box: 2 Folder: 10
"Bill" of Victoria and Albert Museum, 1960, [reel 1, frame 0605]
Box: 2 Folder: 11
Bollingen Foundation, re: successful grant application, 1948-65, [reel 1, frame 0609]
Box: 2 Folder: 12
Bosanquet, Theodora (editor Time & Tide), 1944, [reel 1, frame 0663]
Box: 2 Folder: 13
Braband, Dr. Marjoreth (analyst from Israel), 1946-48 - Includes letter from her son-in-law inviting Layard to visit them in Switzerland, [reel 1, frame 0669]
Box: 2 Folder: 14
British Broadcasting Corp, 1936-52, [reel 2, frame 0007]
Box: 2 Folder: 15
British Medical Assn., 1941-60, [reel 2, frame 0019]
Box: 2 Folder: 16
British Museum, 1934-35, [reel 2, frame 0028]
Box: 2 Folder: 17
British Psychological Society, 1940-1971, [reel 2, frame 0035]
Box: 2 Folder: 18
Brown, J.H. "Harold," 1913, [reel 2, frame 0044]
Box: 2 Folder: 19
Brown, William (Director, University of Oxford Institute of Experimental Psychology), 1941 - Includes letter to Oxford paper by Layard re: Brown; (letter from Jung to Layard re: Brown in Jung file), [reel 2, frame 0068]
Box: 2 Folder: 20
Burnett, Olive, 1918-47, [reel 2, frame 0072]
Box: 2 Folder: 21
Burridge, Kenelm O.L. (anthropologist), 1968-74 - With two reprints, 1959, [reel 2, frame 0108]
Box: 3 Folder: 1
Cambridge University (Kings College; Museum), 1934-74, [reel 2, frame 0116]
Box: 3 Folder: 2
Cameron, Francis, 1971-73, [reel 2, frame 0128]
Box: 3 Folder: 3
Canzian, Estella (Quaker), 1941-43, [reel 2, frame 0145]
Box: 3 Folder: 4
Carbury, Lady Mary, 1946-47, [reel 2, frame 0173]
Box: 3 Folder: 5
Carstairs, Dr. G.M. "Morris," 1946-55, [reel 2, frame 0190]
Box: 3 Folder: 6
Chamberlain, Brenda, 1945, [reel 2, frame 0194]
Box: 3 Folder: 7
Champernowne, Irene (Mrs. Gilbert, analyst), 1947-74, [reel 2, frame 0199]
Box: 3 Folder: 8
Childe, V. Gordon (Oxford professor), 1930-42 - With 1933 reprint, [reel 2, frame 0221]
Box: 3 Folder: 9
Clark, Charles "Chick," 1963, [reel 2, frame 0227]
Box: 3 Folder: 10
Clarke, Louis C. (anthropologist), 1928, [reel 2, frame 0234]
Box: 3 Folder: 11
Clausen, Raymond E. (anthropologist), 1952-62, [reel 2, frame 0239]
Box: 3 Folder: 12
Coghill, Neville (Oxford professor and librarian; Richard's godfather), with other family members: "K," Ambrose (with reprint) and Patrick, 1934-74, [reel 2, frame 0305]
Box: 3 Folder: 13
Collier, Dr. Howard E., 1943-44, [reel 2, frame 0333]
Box: 3 Folder: 14
Collier, Mrs. Lily, 1928, [reel 2, frame 0339]
Box: 3 Folder: 15
Collins, BR. John, 1946-48, [reel 2, frame 0349]
Box: 3 Folder: 16
Constance, Arthur, 1946-47, [reel 2, frame 0355]
Box: 3 Folder: 17
Coomaraswamy, Dr. Ananda; wife Dona Luisa, 1945-51, with 3 reprints, 1945-47, one a review of Lady of the Hare, [reel 2, frame 0362]
Box: 3 Folder: 18
Courlander, Roy, 1938-41 - Lived in Malekula from age 14; served in British armed forces; letter returned "Missing" in 1941, [reel 2, frame 0373]
Box: 3 Folder: 19
Cox, Harold (artist), 1957-65 - Founded Center for Art Education and Therapy, [reel 2, frame 0376]
Box: 3 Folder: 20
Craker, Trevor (Manager, Thames and Hudson Publishers) with family photos, 1957-62, [reel 2, frame 0381]
Box: 3 Folder: 21
Daking, D.C., 1936, [reel 2, frame 0384]
Box: 3 Folder: 22
Darroch, Jane, 1952-74, [reel 2, frame 0388]
Box: 3 Folder: 23
Deacon, A. Bernard (anthropologist), 1925 - With three reprints, including annotated galley proof of 1934 RAI article, [reel 2, frame 0405]
Box: 3 Folder: 24
De Courey, Ivor (artist) & Brenda (wife), 1961-70, [reel 2, frame 0459]
Box: 3 Folder: 25
Deedes, Chris (anthropologist), 1930's, [reel 2, frame 0465]
Box: 3 Folder: 26
De Fraville, F. (French army officer met in Germany), 1910 - With photo, [reel 2, frame 0478]
Box: 3 Folder: 27
De Mel, Rev. Basil (Ceylonese cleric), 1944-45, [reel 2, frame 0483]
Box: 3 Folder: 28
De Provence, C.H.A. Marillane, with war dream and painting, 1939-40, [reel 2, frame 0487]
Box: 4 Folder: 1
De Viti De Marco, Etta; Etta's mother (the Marquesa) and secretary, ca. 1920's, [reel 2, frame 0493]
Box: 4 Folder: 2
De Vries, L.L. (from Italy), 1928, [reel 3, frame 0007]
Box: 4 Folder: 3
Dietschy, Hans (from Basel), 1948-50 - With 8 reprints 1955-58, [reel 3, frame 0016]
Box: 4 Folder: 4
Docker, Ada M. (Mrs. Wilfred, from Sydney, Australia), 1915-19, [reel 3, frame 0023]
Box: 4 Folder: 5
Donner, Julius "Juli" (friend from Vienna), 1928, [reel 3, frame 0039]
Box: 4 Folder: 6
"Doro" (friend from Bedales), 1909-1910, [reel 3, frame 0059]
Box: 4 Folder: 7
Dorrien-Smith, Maj. Arthur, (from Scilly), 1933-37 - Also includes C.F. Tibbutt, [reel 3, frame 0095]
Box: 4 Folder: 8
Douglas, Mary (anthropologist), 1952 - With reprint, 1955, [reel 3, frame 0126]
Box: 4 Folder: 9
Drew, Cameron (student at Oxford), 1940-41, [reel 3, frame 0167]
Box: 4 Folder: 10
Drew, Mabel, 1941-42 - With reprint of C.Fox and her anthropologist brother F.H. Drew, [reel 3, frame 0171]
Box: 4 Folder: 11
Du Boulay, M. and wife Violet G., 1933-42, [reel 3, frame 0177]
Box: 4 Folder: 12
Dunham, Eveline and husband Dows, (she and Layard had a brief love affair and later became friends), 1919-34 - Includes Dunham family photos, [reel 3, frame 0189]
Box: 4 Folder: 13
Easton, David, 1953-68, [reel 3, frame 0242]
Box: 4 Folder: 14
Eber, Camilla, in German, 1929-31, [reel 3, frame 0258]
Box: 4 Folder: 15
Echersley, Peter (friend from Bedales), 1909-14, [reel 3, frame 0267]
Box: 4 Folder: 16
Edwards, Pete and Janie, 1967, [reel 3, frame 0396]
Box: 5 Folder: 1
Elgin, Edward, 1919-24, [reel 3, frame 0413]
Box: 5 Folder: 2
Eliosofon, Eliot (photographer, Life), 1957-58 - With contact prints from Vao, [reel 3, frame 0417]
Box: 5 Folder: 3
Ellis, Richard and Audrey, 1958-67, [reel 3, frame 0425]
Box: 5 Folder: 4
English Folk Dance and Song Society, 1936-58, [reel 3, frame 0434]
Box: 5 Folder: 5
Erep, Charles, 1912-13, [reel 3, frame 0439]
Box: 5 Folder: 6
Evans, George Ewart, 1972-74, [reel 3, frame 0442]
Box: 5 Folder: 7
Evans-Pritchard, E.E. (anthropologist), 1931-40 - With one reprint, [reel 3, frame 0446]
Box: 5 Folder: 8
Fairclough, Elizabeth, 1941-47, [reel 3, frame 0455]
Box: 5 Folder: 9
Fehr, Fredy, in German, 1942-48, [reel 3, frame 0461]
Box: 5 Folder: 10
Filon, L.N.G., 1927-28, [reel 3, frame 0486]
Box: 5 Folder: 11
Finn, Michael, 1969-74 - Includes August '71 letter re: Layard dropping suit against Lionel Miskin, [reel 3, frame 0494]
Box: 5 Folder: 12
Fletcher, Maisie, re: folk songs, 1913, [reel 3, frame 0502]
Box: 5 Folder: 13
Fodor, Nandor, Ll.D., 1948-59 - With introductory letters from Mrs. Barbara Wayler and eleven reprints 1944-56, [reel 3, frame 0507]
Box: 5 Folder: 14
Foote, Auther D., 1961, [reel 3, frame 0512]
Box: 5 Folder: 15-16
Forbes, Mansfield Duval "Manny" (good friend and patron of the arts), 1910-36, [reel 3, frame 0519]
Box: 5 Folder: 17
Fordham, Hallam, 1942-45, [reel 3, frame 0618]
Box: 5 Folder: 18
Fordham, Michael; wife Frieda (both analysts; Michael editor of Journal of Analytical Psychology, 1937-71 [reel 3, frame 0621]
Box: 5 Folder: 19
Forge, Anthony (anthropologist), 1974, with four reprints, 1970-74, [reel 3, frame 0651]
Box: 5 Folder: 20
Fortes, Meyer (Cambridge professor of anthropology), 1936-74 - With two reprints, 1936, [reel 3, frame 0653]
Box: 5 Folder: 21
Foundations Fund for Research in Psychiatry (unsuccessful grant application), 1957-58, [reel 3, frame 0668]
Box: 5 Folder: 22
Fox, Douglas C. (anthropologist), 1937-38 - With one reprint and one carbon of paper in German read at Frankfort meeting January 1938, [reel 3, frame 0683]
Box: 6 Folder: 1
Frankfort, Henri (anthropologist), 1950-52 - With reprint, 1959, [reel 3, frame 0705]
Box: 6 Folder: 2
"Franzi" (friend from Vienna), 1928-31, [reel 3, frame 0711]
Box: 6 Folder: 3
Freeman, Molly (psychologist), 1943-74, [reel 3, frame 0726]
Box: 6 Folder: 4
Gannister, Suzanne, 1964, [reel 3, frame 0740]
Box: 6 Folder: 5
Gardiner, Margaret (Rolf's sister), 1926-74, [reel 4, frame 0007]
Box: 6 Folder: 6
Gardiner, Rolf (organized exchange camp with Germans), 1927 - Includes photos of camp, Layard's report, and disapproving letter from Moorsan, [reel 4, frame 0097]
Box: 6 Folder: 7
Garland, Dr. Thomas and wife Margaret ("Tom and Peggy"), 1935-74, [reel 4, frame 0146]
Box: 6 Folder: 8
Gathercote, Peter (anthropologist), 1973-74, [reel 4, frame 0160]
Box: 6 Folder: 9
Gener, C. Munro, 1918-19, [reel 4, frame 0172]
Box: 6 Folder: 10
Gibbon, Phyllis, 1930-38, [reel 4, frame 0179]
Box: 6 Folder: 11
Gibson, Alex G. (Scilly publisher), 1933-43, [reel 4, frame 0182]
Box: 6 Folder: 12
Gifford, E. Crathorne, 1943-47, [reel 4, frame 0207]
Box: 6 Folder: 13
Glover, Alan (prospective literary assistant), 1961-62, [reel 4, frame 0211]
Box: 6 Folder: 14
Goff, Robbie, 1971-74, [reel 4, frame 0214]
Box: 6 Folder: 15
Goosens-Obermer, Anne, 1963-72, [reel 4, frame 0232]
Box: 6 Folder: 16
Gordon, Rosemary (analyst), 1968-73, [reel 4, frame 0255]
Box: 6 Folder: 17
Gotch, Mervyn S., 1909-12, [reel 4, frame 0269]
Box: 6 Folder: 18
Graham, Adrian and Kathleen, 1943, [reel 4, frame 0280]
Box: 6 Folder: 19
Graham, Delfina C.W., 1914, [reel 4, frame 0284]
Box: 6 Folder: 20
Graves, Nancy Nicholson, 1932-ca. 1949 - See also Geoffrey Taylor file, [reel 4, frame 0293]
Box: 6 Folder: 21
Grey, Alec, (Scilly friend), 1933, [reel 4, frame 0309]
Box: 6 Folder: 22
Grey, D.W., with photos, 1915-16, [reel 4, frame 0314]
Box: 6 Folder: 23
Green, Lionel, 1933, [reel 4, frame 0319]
Box: 6 Folder: 24
Green, James C. (patient), 1969-70 - With reprint and poem, [reel 4, frame 0342]
Box: 6 Folder: 25
Greer, Jack "Jacko," (Mevagissey friend), 1916-1923, [reel 4, frame 0361]
Box: 6 Folder: 26
Grensted, L.W. (Oxford professor and Richard's godfather), 1942-52, [reel 4, frame 0429]
Box: 6 Folder: 27
Griffith, Dr. Edwards F., 1948-61, [reel 4, frame 0447]
Box: 6 Folder: 28
Guild of Pastoral Psychology, 1952-70, [reel 4, frame 0459]
Box: 7 Folder: 1
Guppy, H.B.(anthropologist), 1915 - With two reprints, [reel 4, frame 0465]
Box: 7 Folder: 2
Gwynne-Jones, Allen, 1909, [reel 4, frame 0467]
Box: 7 Folder: 3
Haddon, A.C. (anthropologist), 1915-30 - Includes syllabus of 1903 Cambridge course; correspondence; eleven reprints 1912-1929; 1931 Folklore with daughter Kathleen Haddon's article; 1943 In Memoriam by A. Hingston Quiggens, [reel 4, frame 0481]
Box: 7 Folder: 4
Hald, Margrethe (anthropologist from Denmark National Museum), 1960, [reel 4, frame 0500]
Box: 7 Folder: 5
Hammerschlay, Trude (Austrian friend), 1928, [reel 4, frame 0503]
Box: 7 Folder: 6
Hannah, Barbara (Zurich hand-writing analyst), 1948-49, [reel 4, frame 0508]
Box: 7 Folder: 7
Hardacre, Marion (anthropologist), 1930 - With Deacon and Haddon drawings and photos, [reel 4, frame 0512]
Box: 7 Folder: 8
Hardenberg, Dr. H.E.W. (analyst), 1963-64, [reel 4, frame 0555]
Box: 7 Folder: 9
Hardie, Colin G. (Oxford colleague), 1940-70, [reel 4, frame 0565]
Box: 7 Folder: 10
Harris, Lady Frieda (Tarot card reader), 1941, [reel 4, frame 0592]
Box: 7 Folder: 11
Harrisson, Thomas H.(anthropologist),1942-50; three reprints 1936-49, [reel 4, frame 0605]
Box: 7 Folder: 12
Hasselriis, Mark, 1959 - With drawings; also a letter from "Philip" re: Hasselriis, [reel 4, frame 0633]
Box: 7 Folder: 13
Hawkes, Christopher (from British Museum), 1934-47 - With photos of Scilly artifacts, [reel 4, frame 0646]
Box: 7 Folder: 14
Hearden, Beb, 1926-34, [reel 5, frame 0007]
Box: 7 Folder: 15
Hebditch, Janice, re: collaboration with Layard, 1973-74, [reel 5, frame 0025]
Box: 7 Folder: 16
Hedley, Charles (from Melbourne Museum), 1915, [reel 5, frame 0040]
Box: 7 Folder: 17
Heine-Geldern, Robert (German anthropologist), 1936-54 - With two reprints in German 1928 and 1934, [reel 5, frame 0045]
Box: 7 Folder: 18
Hemmings, Ray (writer), re: Homer Lane, and A.S.Neill, 1969, [reel 5, frame 0052]
Box: 7 Folder: 19
Herskovits, Melville J. (anthropologist), 1941-42 - With 7 reprints, 1934-37, [reel 5, frame 0054]
Box: 7 Folder: 20
Hess, Dr. Albert; wife Trandel, 1955-56, from Zurich; cast Layard's horoscope; with family photos, [reel 5, frame 0057]
Box: 7 Folder: 21
Heym, Gerard, 1943-46, [reel 5, frame 0091]
Box: 8 Folder: 1
Hillman, James "Jim" (Director, Jung Institute Studies, then Spring Publications) and wife Katherine, 1964-74, [reel 5, frame 0097]
Box: 8 Folder: 2
Hobson, Dr. Robert F."Robbie" or "Bob" (analyst) and wife Marjorie, 1960-71 - With one reprint, 1971, [reel 5, frame 0127]
Box: 8 Folder: 3
Hocart, A.M. (anthropologist), ca. 1930's, [reel 5, frame 0145]
Box: 8 Folder: 4
Hogg, Stuart & wife Meta, 1922-42, [reel 5, frame 0151]
Box: 8 Folder: 5
Hooke, S.H. (Professor), 1932-36 - With one reprint 1927, [reel 5, frame 0157]
Box: 8 Folder: 6
Hope, Dr. Richard, 1943-46, [reel 5, frame 0161]
Box: 8 Folder: 7
Hornblower, G.D. (anthropologist), 1934-39 - With reprint, 1930, [reel 5, frame 0173]
Box: 8 Folder: 8
Hosking, Doreen, 1943-45, [reel 5, frame 0177]
Box: 8 Folder: 9
Houghton, Sacheverell "Sasha," 1968-72, [reel 5, frame 0211]
Box: 8 Folder: 10
Howe, E. Graham (Director, Open Way Psycho-Therapy Clinic), 1961-62, [reel 5, frame 0219]
Box: 8 Folder: 11
Huffman, Kirk (anthropologist), 1973-74 - Includes inscribed Malekulan photos, [reel 5, frame 0233]
Box: 8 Folder: 12
Hughes, Mrs. Mary W., 1942-44, [reel 5, frame 0261]
Box: 8 Folder: 13
Husain, Emu (concert violinist) and mother Raisa Sirajuddir, 1956-63, [reel 5, frame 0265]
Box: 8 Folder: 14
Institute for Experimental Metaphysics, 1945-46 - Includes letters from Lady Elizabeth Pelham and Countess Nora Wydenbroek, [reel 5, frame 0294]
Box: 8 Folder: 15
Isherwood, Christopher (writer) and Richard, 1930-31 - Includes 1937 correspondence with Jack Maunder recommending Layard, [reel 5, frame 0300]
Box: 8 Folder: 16
Jackson, F.W. and wife D., re: Scilly, 1933, [reel 5, frame 0312]
Box: 8 Folder: 17
Jacoby, Marianne, 1956-cast Layard's horoscope; includes letters from daughter Naomi, 1968-69, [reel 5, frame 0318]
Box: 8 Folder: 18
James, Father Bruno S., 1946, [reel 5, frame 0321]
Box: 8 Folder: 19
Jeffrey, Carol, 1967-74, [reel 5, frame 0327]
Box: 8 Folder: 20
Jeffreys, H.D.W.(anthropologist), 1936-37, [reel 5, frame 0331]
Box: 8 Folder: 21
Jensen, Prof. A.D.E. (German anthropologist), 1947-48 - With two reprints in German, [reel 5, frame 0335]
Box: 8 Folder: 22
John, Augustus (painter), 1952-53, [reel 5, frame 0347]
Box: 8 Folder: 23
Johnson, Buffia, 1948, [reel 5, frame 0350]
Box: 8 Folder: 24
Jung, Carl G. (psychologist), 1937-53 - Includes a 1948 reprint, a 1953 "permission to publish," and Layard's memorium to Jung, 1962, [reel 5, frame 0360]
Box: 8 Folder: 25
Jung Institute, 1945-71, [reel 5, frame 0375]
Box: 8 Folder: 26
Kaun, Lilly, in German, 1928-29, [reel 5, frame 0394]
Box: 8 Folder: 27
Kegan Paul Publishers, re: copyrights, various Layard publications, 1936-61, [reel 5, frame 0399]
Box: 8 Folder: 28
Kehoe, Richard (Catholic priest, cause of great dissention between Layard and Doris), 1948, [reel 5, frame 0404]
Box: 8 Folder: 29
Kerenyi, Karl, 1947 - With two reprints in German, [reel 5, frame 0411]
Box: 8 Folder: 30
Kessler, Bertha E., 1946, [reel 5, frame 0418]
Box: 8 Folder: 31
King, C.J., 1933-34 - With copy of his 1933 book Some Notes on Wild Nature in Scillonia, [reel 5, frame 0425]
Box: 8 Folder: 32
King, Merton (British Resident Commissioner, New Hebrides), 1915-17, [reel 5, frame 0429]
Box: 9 Folder: 1
Kinsel, Otto, (in German), 1929, [reel 5, frame 0439]
Box: 9 Folder: 2
Knight, G. William (Jack's brother), 1972-73, re: book on Jack's life, [reel 5, frame 0448]
Box: 9 Folder: 3
Knight, William Francis Jackson "Jack," 1934-63 - With 8 reprints 1929-35, [reel 5, frame 0459]
Box: 9 Folder: 4
Konig, Rene (Zurich analyst), 1948 - See Reichstein for corres. re: Konig's debt to Layard, [reel 5, frame 0528]
Box: 9 Folder: 5
Kraemer, William P. (analyst, Davidson Clinic, Edinburgh), 1941-74 - With one reprint, [reel 5, frame 0531]
Box: 9 Folder: 6
Kronheimer, Mrs. Elsa F. (handwriting analyst), 1942 - For analyses, see Michael Carpenter, Lucy Cadbury, Gordon Russell, A. Rutherford, Mrs. Trafford & Eric Zeegerman, [reel 5, frame 0542]
Box: 9 Folder: 7
Kuper, Charles, 1943 & 1953, [reel 5, frame 0549]
Box: 9 Folder: 8
Lafitte-Lyon, Mrs. F., 1945, [reel 5, frame 0551]
Box: 9 Folder: 9
Lambert, Rev. Kenneth, 1947-1968, [reel 5, frame 0558]
Box: 9 Folder: 10
Lane, Homer, 1916-1925 - Includes various letters, copied by Layard and letters from Lane's wife Mabel G. Lane, son Raymond Lane, and clippings of newspaper articles (see also box 32, folder 1, which contains corres. with Lane re: Layard's book on him), [reel 5, frame 0565]
Box: 9 Folder: 11
Lane, Robert B. and Barbara (anthropologists), 1954-69 - With nine reprints 1956-60, [reel 5, frame 0595]
Box: 9 Folder: 12
Langham, Ian & Kathie (anthropologist), 1972-74, [reel 5, frame 0638]
Box: 9 Folder: 13
Leach, Edmund R. (anthropologist), 1955-74 - With four reprints 1945-66, [reel 6, frame 0007]
Box: 9 Folder: 14
Leverhulme Research Fellowship, 1936-57 - Includes corres. re: copyright, [reel 6, frame 0011]
Box: 9 Folder: 15
Lindgren, Ethel Joan (anthropologist), 1942, with 3 reprints, 1935, 1938, [reel 6, frame 0015]
Box: 9 Folder: 16
Ludolph, Louise (analyst, Layard's lover, mid-'20's), 1925-34, [reel 6, frame 0017]
Box: 9 Folder: 17
"Luke" (priest from Black Friars), 1943-45, [reel 6, frame 0023]
Box: 10 Folder: 1-2
Lupton, Barbara (friend from Bedales), 1909-16, [reel 6, frame 0027]
Box: 10 Folder: 3
Lyth, Dr. Oliver (briefly Layard's analyst), 1963, [reel 6, frame 0375]
Box: 10 Folder: 4
Lytton, Lord Neville, 1926-35 - Includes paper by daughter, Lady Hermione Lytton, 1970 [reel 6, frame 0381]
Box: 10 Folder: 5
Macdiarmid, Duncan "Derry" (Layard's assistant, then became doctor), 1961-71, [reel 6, frame 0396]
Box: 10 Folder: 6
Malinowski, Bronislaw (anthropologist), 1914-1915, [reel 6, frame 0440]
Box: 10 Folder: 7
Manheim, Ralph (translated Layard's article in German back to English), 1952, [reel 6, frame 0443]
Box: 10 Folder: 8
McAfee, Mrs. Christina (wife of missionary on Malekula), 1915-16 - Includes list of artifacts left with Mrs. McAfee when Layard returned to England, [reel 6, frame 0446]
Box: 10 Folder: 9
McCormack, John (dentist), 1970-71, [reel 6, frame 0453]
Box: 10 Folder: 10
McLaughlin, David, 1968-74, [reel 6, frame 0456]
Box: 10 Folder: 11
McLaughlin, Patrick, 1962-63, [reel 6, frame 0467]
Box: 10 Folder: 12
Megane, Leila (singer), 1931-47 - Includes letter form her accompanist T. Osborne Roberts, 1934 concert programs, and two letters from Megane to Manny Forbes re: Layard, [reel 6, frame 0473]
Box: 10 Folder: 13
Meier, C.A. (Jung's assistant, Zurich), 1938-46 - With 1946 reprint; for word association test given to Layard, see Misc. Autobiographical Writings, [reel 6, frame 0494]
Box: 10 Folder: 14
Mental Health Research Fund (unsuccessful grant application), 1957-58, [reel 6, frame 0496]
Box: 10 Folder: 15
Milburn, Michael and wife Elspeth, 1968-69, [reel 6, frame 0504]
Box: 10 Folder: 16
Millar, E. John (Layard's lodger and secretary), 1957-60, [reel 6, frame 0517]
Box: 10 Folder: 17
Millett, Christopher and wife Marion, with pictures of children, 1935-48, [reel 6, frame 0541]
Box: 10 Folder: 18
Monod, Herzery, Eduardou, 1938-39, [reel 6, frame 0567]
Box: 10 Folder: 19
Munro, Margaret T., 1944-46, [reel 6, frame 0573]
Box: 10 Folder: 20
Myers, Charles S., 1907 letter - With reprint, 1922 [reel 6, frame 0578]
Box: 10 Folder: 21
Myres, Prof. John L. (analyst), 1935-41 - With three reprints, 1935-41, [reel 6, frame 0580]
Box: 10 Folder: 22
Nameche, Gene (possible literary executor), 1971, [reel 6, frame 0586]
Box: 10 Folder: 23
Nance-Boyle, Eva Clarice, 1933 - With Scilly Isles genealogy notes, [reel 6, frame 0601]
Box: 10 Folder: 24
Napier, Charles and wife Hazel, 1930's-42, [reel 6, frame 0605]
Box: 10 Folder: 25
National Council for Pastoral & Medical Cooperation, 1941, [reel 6, frame 0608]
Box: 10 Folder: 26
National Council for Lunacy Law Reform - Includes 1941 letter from A.C. Godson, [reel 6, frame 0623]
Box: 11 Folder: 1
Needham, Rodney (anthropologist), 1958-71 - With five reprints 1956-71, [reel 6, frame 0629]
Box: 11 Folder: 2
Neill, A.S. (psychotherapist, founded Summerhill correctional school for children), 1927-71, [reel 6, frame 0635]
Box: 11 Folder: 3
Nichols, Peter, (playwright, A Day in the Life of Joe Egg), 1969, [reel 6, frame 0655]
Box: 11 Folder: 4
Norman, Dorothy (analyst, author of Heroic Encounter), 1958-62 - Includes copy of Layard's review of book, [reel 6, frame 0659]
Box: 11 Folder: 5
Nuffield Foundation (unsuccessful grant application), 1956-57, [reel 6, frame 0671]
Box: 11 Folder: 6
Nuttall-Smith, Ralph, 1940-74 - With dreams and letters to Doris as well as John, [reel 6, frame 0679]
Box: 11 Folder: 7
Oakley, Kenneth, 1962, [reel 6, frame 0755]
Box: 11 Folder: 8
Ormond, A.L."Aileen," 1940-45, [reel 6, frame 0759]
Box: 11 Folder: 9
Osborne, C.H.C. "Peter," re: Homer Lane, 1920-64, [reel 6, frame 0769]
Box: 11 Folder: 10
Oxford University, New College, 1940-41 - Includes arrangement to rent study; Societies, 1936-63; and 1943 thank you letter from President, Magdalen College, [reel 6, frame 0786]
Box: 11 Folder: 11
Parker, C.H. (7th-Day Adventist Missionary, Fiji), 1915-16, [reel 7, frame 0006]
Box: 11 Folder: 12
Parsons, Elizabeth Vincent, re: Etta de Viti, 1925, [reel 7, frame 0012]
Box: 11 Folder: 13
Partridge, Eric (professor at Oxford), 1961, [reel 7, frame 0056]
Box: 11 Folder: 14
Paterson, T.T. (anthropologist), 1936-40 - With reprint 1940, [reel 7, frame 0059]
Box: 11 Folder: 15
Paulsen, Lola (analyst, Layard's lover 1950's), 1952-74 - With dreams 1956-61, [reel 7, frame 0063]
Box: 11 Folder: 16
Pascall, Elizabeth (formerly Betty Mortimer, friend of young Layard), 1948, [reel 7, frame 0214]
Box: 11 Folder: 17
Pease, Michael, 1908-20 - With newspaper clippings from wedding, [reel 7, frame 0219]
Box: 11 Folder: 18
Peers, Lady Gertrude, 1940-47, [reel 7, frame 0233]
Box: 12 Folder: 1
Perry, W.J., 1922-36, [reel 7, frame 0374]
Box: 12 Folder: 2
Philpott, Terry (writer), 1969, doing book on Homer Lane, [reel 7, frame 0383]
Box: 12 Folder: 3
Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, 1916 (Henry Balfour), 1952-58 (T.K. Penniman), 1974 (Schuyler Jones), [reel 7, frame 0393]
Box: 12 Folder: 4
Plaut, Alfred "Fred" (analyst), 1968-71 - With two mimeographs of papers, one reprint 1969, [reel 7, frame 0400]
Box: 12 Folder: 5
Pocock, Hedley (writer), 1959-70 - Includes photos with 1966 letter, [reel 7, frame 0426]
Box: 12 Folder: 6
Pollard, R.S.W. (Chair, Progressive League's, Report on Homosexuality), 1954-55 - With Layard's completed survey form, [reel 7, frame 0456]
Box: 12 Folder: 7
Portmann, A. (zoologist, Basel, Switzerland), in German, 1948, [reel 7, frame 0471]
Box: 12 Folder: 8
Powell, Margaret and Oswald, 1958-74, [reel 7, frame 0473]
Box: 12 Folder: 9
Price, H.H. (psychologist), 1939-53 - With two reprints 1939 & 1953, [reel 7, frame 0488]
Box: 12 Folder: 10
Price, W. Ewart (solicitor, London), re: Layard's suit vs. R.D.Slocombe, apparent tenant, 1947, [reel 7, frame 0490]
Box: 12 Folder: 11
Prince, Gordon Stewart (psychologist), re: publishing a book on homosexuality with Layard, 1959-62, [reel 7, frame 0497]
Box: 12 Folder: 12
Probert, Bernard, 1960, [reel 7, frame 0503]
Box: 12 Folder: 13
Quiggan, A. Hingston (anthropologist), 1914 - With reprint, [reel 7, frame 0516]
Box: 12 Folder: 14
Radcliffe-Brown, A.R. (anthropologist), 1927-38 - With five reprints, 1930-51; Layard's notes from R-B's seminars 1940-41, [reel 7, frame 0518]
Box: 12 Folder: 15
Rawcliffe, Derek (Archdeacon of New Hebribes), 1973 - With Layard's handwritten copy of "Notes on slit-drums on Atchin, for Archdecon Rawcliffe re: Grove's Dictionary," [reel 7, frame 0577]
Box: 12 Folder: 16
Reichstein, A. (Zurich lawyer), re: Rene Konig's debt to Layard, 1948-49, [reel 7, frame 0585]
Box: 12 Folder: 17
Rhein-Verlag (Zurich publishers), 1947-62, [reel 7, frame 0590]
Box: 12 Folder: 18
Richards, Audrey I. (anthropologist), 1936-40 - With four reprints, [reel 7, frame 0610]
Box: 12 Folder: 19
Richards, F.J., 1934-37, [reel 7, frame 0612]
Box: 12 Folder: 20
Richmond, Kenneth (psychologist), 1942-71, [reel 7, frame 0625]
Box: 12 Folder: 21
Richmond, Nigel (writer, Zoe's son), 1961-71 - Includes Layard's 1961 review of Nigel's book and book of Nigel's poems 1970, [reel 7, frame 0633]
Box: 13 Folder: 1-2
Richmond, Zoe (with College of Psychic Science), 1953-74 - Includes 1953 letter to Richmond from B.P.Wiesner giving Layard permission to print letter, [reel 8, frame 0008]
Box: 13 Folder: 3
Rickford, Braithwaite (Pat Dale-Green's surgeon), 1951-60, [reel 8, frame 0203]
Box: 13 Folder: 4
Rickman, John (physician, editor British Journal of Analytical Psychology, 1911-48, [reel 8, frame 0210]
Box: 13 Folder: 5
Rink, Mrs. Alice (handwriting analyst, Switzerland), 1947 - Includes analyses for Layard, Doris, Richard, [reel 8, frame 0234]
Box: 13 Folder: 6
Ritchie, Malcolm (Layard's assistant, 1970), "and Jean" (Jean Shrimpton), 1971-73, [reel 8, frame 0272]
Box: 13 Folder: 7
Ritsema, Ru (Dutch psychologist), 1959-64, [reel 8, frame 0275]
Box: 13 Folder: 8-9
Rivers, W.H.R. (anthropologist, Layard's first mentor), 1905-22 - With 11 reprints, 1905-21, [reel 8, frame 0282]
Box: 13 Folder: 10
Robertson, Mrs. Willow, re: Mary Tritton, 1953-56, [reel 8, frame 0349]
Box: 13 Folder: 11
Rogers, Lt. Cdr. V.R.J., 1944-49, [reel 8, frame 0378]
Box: 13 Folder: 12
Romney, A. Kimball (Stanford U. Anthropologist), letter & reprint, 1958, [reel 8, frame 0390]
Box: 13 Folder: 13
Rosel, Diene, in German, 1942, [reel 8, frame 0392]
Box: 13 Folder: 14
Rosenberg, Albert and Trendall (Zurich psychologist), 1947-56, [reel 8, frame 0398]
Box: 13 Folder: 15
Ross, Alan S.C., 1947, letter & reprint, [reel 8, frame 0433]
Box: 13 Folder: 16
Rowland, Gordon, 1957-60, [reel 8, frame 0436]
Box: 13 Folder: 17
Royal Anthropological Institute, 1916-74, [reel 8, frame 0443]
Box: 13 Folder: 18
Royal Asiatic Society, 1938-73, [reel 8, frame 0473]
Box: 13 Folder: 19
Royal Geographic Society, 1936-41, [reel 8, frame 0482]
Box: 14 Folder: 1
Rudkin, Tony, 1962-64, [reel 8, frame 0485]
Box: 14 Folder: 2
Rushforth, Winifred (psychologist with Davidson Clinic, Edinburgh), 1948-74, [reel 8, frame 0498]
Box: 14 Folder: 3
Russell, G.N., re: maze in Cork, with photo, 1963, [reel 8, frame 0525]
Box: 14 Folder: 4
Russell, Oliver John, 1947-1962, [reel 8, frame 0533]
Box: 14 Folder: 5
Russell-Smith, Nancy, 1948, [reel 8, frame 0543]
Box: 14 Folder: 6
Russian Exhibition (London), 1937-38, [reel 8, frame 0547]
Box: 14 Folder: 7
Saville Club, 1961-62 - Includes 1962 letter from Dr. Anthony Storr saying he will support Layard's membership, [reel 8, frame 0550]
Box: 14 Folder: 8
Sawyer, Mary, 1944, [reel 8, frame 0555]
Box: 14 Folder: 9
Schroeder, Countess Dorothea, 1945-46, [reel 8, frame 0561]
Box: 14 Folder: 10
Schuster, Carl (anthropologist), 1939-52 - With photos and reprint 1939, [reel 8, frame 0567]
Box: 14 Folder: 11-13
Seligman, C.G. and Brenda Z. (both anthropologists), 1923-50, [reel 8, frame 0582]
Box: 14 Folder: 14
Shastri, Dr. H.P., 1942-46, [reel 9, frame 0041]
Box: 14 Folder: 15
Shaw, Geoffrey, 1933-47, [reel 9, frame 0056]
Box: 14 Folder: 16
Shephard, Rupert (illustrator for Lady of the Hare) and Lorna, 1941-45, [reel 9, frame 0060]
Box: 14 Folder: 17
Simmonds, "Brownie," & relative Doig, 1960-70, [reel 9, frame 0232]
Box: 14 Folder: 18
Simopoulos, John (faculty, Magdelen College, Oxford), 1943-44, [reel 9, frame 0275]
Box: 14 Folder: 19
Slobodin, Richard (Canadian anthropologist), 1973, [reel 9, frame 0283]
Box: 14 Folder: 20
Smith, Gwendoline (friend and lover of Layard), 1926-35, [reel 9, frame 0288]
Box: 14 Folder: 21
Soames, M.H., 1921-22, [reel 9, frame 0307]
Box: 14 Folder: 22
Society of Analytical Psychology, 1959-73 - Includes David Howell, Judith Hubback (with 2 reprints), Camilla Bosanquet (with "paper to read") & Layard's 1957 open letter to Hobson re: accreditation, [reel 9, frame 0319]
Box: 14 Folder: 23
Society for Psychical Research, 1943-53 - Includes W.H. Salter & wife Helen (successive editors of journal), [reel 9, frame 0352]
Box: 15 Folder: 1
Somerville, Adm. Boyle T., 1928-35 - With 1921 reprint, re: his voyage to Malekula in the 1890's, [reel 9, frame 0367]
Box: 15 Folder: 2-3
Speiser, Dr. Felix (Basel anthropologist), 1934-38 - With two reprints 1914-46, [reel 9, frame 0386]
Box: 15 Folder: 4
Spender, Stephen, 1941-60, [reel 9, frame 0414]
Box: 15 Folder: 5
Spenser, Kathleen and Jack, 1971-74, [reel 9, frame 0419]
Box: 15 Folder: 6
Squire, Aelred, 1954-73 - Includes personal photos, [reel 9, frame 0423]
Box: 15 Folder: 7
Stanier, T.M. (of Duchy of Cornwall office, Scilly), 1933-34, [reel 9, frame 0435]
Box: 15 Folder: 8
Stein, Dr. Simon (psychologist), 1952-59, [reel 9, frame 0444]
Box: 15 Folder: 9
Steiner Schools, 1943-46 - Includes Mrs. Marcia Dodwell, Karl Konig, Theodore Newham, & Rev. Alfred Heidenreich, [reel 9, frame 0446]
Box: 15 Folder: 10
Stocking, George W. (American anthropological historian), 1972-73, [reel 9, frame 0494]
Box: 15 Folder: 11
Stokoe, Frank W. (Cambridge friend), 1911-16, [reel 9, frame 0499]
Box: 15 Folder: 12
Stowell, Rev. Donald F. (Director of Missions, Southern Rhodesia), 1946, [reel 9, frame 0540]
Box: 15 Folder: 13
Stringfellow, Roy, 1970, [reel 9, frame 0556]
Box: 15 Folder: 14
Sulger, Kurt (from Zurich, with photos), 1966, [reel 9, frame 0564]
Box: 15 Folder: 15
Sussman, Dr. Toni (analyst), 1941-44, [reel 9, frame 0581]
Box: 15 Folder: 16
Sutherland, John D. (psychologist), re: possible grant for Layard, 1957, [reel 9, frame 0585]
Box: 15 Folder: 17
Sutton, Heather, 1971-72, [reel 9, frame 0588]
Box: 15 Folder: 18
Symonds, Rev. H.H., re: Homer Lane book, 1925-26, [reel 9, frame 0592]
Box: 15 Folder: 19
Talbot, Dr. Charles "Hugh," 1945-55, [reel 9, frame 0601]
Box: 15 Folder: 20
Tavistock Publications, re: various Layard articles, 1959-64, [reel 9, frame 0623]
Box: 15 Folder: 21
Taylor, Betty Braid "Lady Taylor," 1943-44, [reel 9, frame 0634]
Box: 15 Folder: 22
Taylor, Geoffrey (poet), 1930-43, (see also Nancy Graves), [reel 9, frame 0650]
Box: 15 Folder: 23
Thompson, David (author People of the Sun), 1970-74, [reel 10, frame 0007]
Box: 15 Folder: 24
Thorburn, John M., 1965-67, [reel 10, frame 0077]
Box: 15 Folder: 25
Thouless, Robert H. (from Society for Psychical Research), 1943-53 - With two reprints, 1942 & 1952; includes permission to use letters, [reel 10, frame 0099]
Box: 15 Folder: 26
Ticcaiti, Niso (composer), 1957-60, [reel 10, frame 0105]
Box: 15 Folder: 27
Tickell, Renee (British Council), 1946, [reel 10, frame 0110]
Box: 16 Folder: 1
Till, Roger, 1952-74 - Mostly Doris corres., some John Layard, with family photos, [reel 10, frame 0115]
Box: 16 Folder: 2
Tillyard, E.M.W. (antiquarian), letters & reprint, 1913, [reel 10, frame 0124]
Box: 16 Folder: 3
Tippett, Sir Michael (composer), mid 30's-1972 - Includes 1942 orchestra program, announcement of oratorio "A Child of Our Time," 1944 booklet by Tippett Abundance of Creation, and 1965 letter from artist Karl Hawkes (Tippett's companion) offering to paint Layard's portrait, [reel 10, frame 0128]
Box: 16 Folder: 4
Tollemache, Dengs, 1962-69, [reel 10, frame 0205]
Box: 16 Folder: 5
Trouper, Lindsey G. "Troop" (friend from Bedales), 1906-09, [reel 10, frame 0208]
Box: 16 Folder: 6
Unwin, Sidney (Master at Bedales), 1909-13, [reel 10, frame 0219]
Box: 16 Folder: 7
Uttinger, Johann, 1947, in German, with dream drawings & analyses, [reel 10, frame 0227]
Box: 16 Folder: 8
Vaughn-Johnson, B. Talbot & wife Alice, 1942-47, [reel 10, frame 0237]
Box: 16 Folder: 9
Vivers, Huguette, 1941-42, [reel 10, frame 0256]
Box: 16 Folder: 10
Volkov, Dr. Peggy (Editor, The New Era in Home & School), 1926-57, [reel 10, frame 0270]
Box: 16 Folder: 11
Von Der Heydt, Baroness Vera, 1942-74 - Includes corres. with Baron Heydt (1946-47) from Switzerland, [reel 10, frame 0274]
Box: 16 Folder: 12
Von Hapel, Baroness S.M., 1914-16, [reel 10, frame 0338]
Box: 16 Folder: 13
Waley, Arthur (philologist), 1936-43, [reel 10, frame 0344]
Box: 16 Folder: 14
Watkins, Geoffrey (of John H. Watkins, Publishers & Booksellers), 1956-71, [reel 10, frame 0348]
Box: 16 Folder: 15
Way, Alexander George (a.k.a. "Rene de Guise"), 1930-33, [reel 10, frame 0356]
Box: 16 Folder: 16
Welch, Mary (analyst), 1960-73, [reel 10, frame 0357]
Box: 16 Folder: 17
Werblowsky, Prof. R.J. "Zwi," 1953-56, [reel 10, frame 0386]
Box: 16 Folder: 18
Wetherly, Reginald, 1933, re: Scilly, [reel 10, frame 0390]
Box: 16 Folder: 19
White, Fr. Victor, 1942-60 - Layard and Doris corres.: includes 1948 Layard letter to White analyzing Jung, review of White's book by Doris, letter from Anne Riddell Blount, [reel 10, frame 0396]
Box: 16 Folder: 20
Whitehouse, Lillian, 1914, [reel 10, frame 0420]
Box: 16 Folder: 21
Williams, Michael H., 1945-46, [reel 10, frame 0424]
Box: 16 Folder: 22
Wills, W. David (writer), 1955-65 - Includes Wills' 1964 The Legacy of Homer Lane, [reel 10, frame 0432]
Box: 16 Folder: 23
Winnicott, D.W.(psychiatrist), 1959 - With 1955 reprint, [reel 10, frame 0471]
Box: 16 Folder: 24
Witcutt, W.P., 1944-45, [reel 10, frame 0474]
Box: 16 Folder: 25
Wolhoff, Lady Barbara, 1926-27, [reel 10, frame 0477]
Box: 16 Folder: 26
"Wolf" (from Germany), 1927-28, [reel 10, frame 0483]
Box: 16 Folder: 27
Wolfram, Richard (anthropologist, Vienna), 1937, with 1935 & 1937 reprints, in German, [reel 10, frame 0488]
Box: 16 Folder: 28
Wollarton, A.F., 1914, [reel 10, frame 0490]
Box: 16 Folder: 29
Woolger, Roger (analyst, at Jung Institute, Zurich), 1970-73 - With dreams & drawings, [reel 10, frame 0493]
Box: 17 Folder: 1
World Congress of Faiths, 1941-42 - Includes Sir Francis Younghusband, Lord Samuel, M.H. Spielman, and Baron Erik Palmstierna, [reel 10, frame 0545]
Box: 17 Folder: 2
Wright, Derek, 1960-62, [reel 10, frame 0565]
Box: 17 Folder: 3
Wyse Studentship Research Fund, Cambridge (scholarship grant), 1936-38, [reel 10, frame 0568]
Box: 17 Folder: 4
Yetts, W. Percevall (anthropologist), 1927 - With reprint, [reel 10, frame 0577]
Box: 17 Folder: 5
Zimmer, Prof. Heinrich, 1930-43 - With research photos, [reel 10, frame 0579]

Subjects

Miscellaneous personal correspondence, (in English, arranged chronologically)
Box: 17 Folder: 6
1906-1930, [reel 10, frame 0591]
Box: 17 Folder: 7-8
1927-1970, [reel 11, frame 0007]
Box: 17 Folder: 9
1931-1968, [reel 11, frame 0165]
Box: 17 Folder: 10
Prospective patients (arranged alphabetically), [reel 11, frame 0200]
Box: 17 Folder: 11
French correspondence, 1909-1950, [reel 11, frame 0291]
Box: 17 Folder: 12
German correspondence, 1910-1953, [reel 11, frame 0301]
Box: 17 Folder: 13
War and post-War correspondence, 1916-1919 - Includes materials on Layard's attempt to enter military, then Officers' Agricultural Training Scheme; also an application for disability pension by Layard's father on John's behalf, [reel 11, frame 0350]
Box: 17 Folder: 14
Literary agents, 1927-1936, [reel 11, frame 0367]
Box: 18 Folder: 1
Melanesian correspondence, 1914-1953 - Includes 1953 letter from John S. Smith that the natives still remember Layard, [reel 11, frame 0370]
Box: 18 Folder: 2
French priests re: Vao (some in French), 1915-16 - Includes letters from Pere Jamond, Vao; Abbe Godefroy, France, 1936-37, with photos; Pere E. Coustain (Procurator, Missions d'Oceanie, Lyon, France) 1936, with photo; Pere Tattevin, France, 1937; & Pere Durand, New Hebrides, 1937, [reel 11, frame 0398]
Box: 18 Folder: 3
Petrol ration, 1940, [reel 11, frame 0452]
Box: 18 Folder: 4
Setting up practice in Oxford, 1940-1941, [reel 11, frame 0466]
Box: 18 Folder: 5
Roman Catholics, mostly corres. with priests and concerning conversion, 1934-1958, [reel 11, frame 0470]
Box: 18 Folder: 6
Research done for Layard, [reel 11, frame 0526]
Box: 18 Folder: 7
Requests for Layard to speak or for reprints or research assistance, 1914-74, [reel 11, frame 0549]
Box: 18 Folder: 8
Publishing Layard writings in other languages and possible collaborations, 1941-70, [reel 11, frame 0572]
Box: 18 Folder: 9
Letters of condolence on the death of Doris, November 20, 1973, [reel 11, frame 0583]
Box: 18 Folder: 10
Layard's death effects and miscellaneous letters of condolence to Richard on the death of Layard, November 26, 1974, [reel 11, frame 0607]
Business/Legal Correspondence, with Receipts and Bills
Box: 18 Folder: 11
Receipts (sample selected by processor), 1914-1929 - Includes supply receipts for Melanesian trip and bank correspondence [reel 11, frame 0616]
Box: 18 Folder: 12
Booksellers and newspapers, 1922-74, [reel 12, frame 0006]
Box: 18 Folder: 13
Will of Eleanor Gribble Layard (Layard's mother); correspondence and bills re: settling estate [reel 12, frame 0084]
Box: 18 Folder: 14
Scilly Isles, 1933-36 - Miscellaneous correspondence and bills, [reel 12, frame 0129]
Box: 18 Folder: 15
Unsuccessful grant applications, 1936 - Carnegie United Kingdom Trust & Percy Sladen Memorial Fund, [reel 12, frame 0167]
Box: 19 Folder: 1-2
Secretary applicants and supplies, 1927-72 - Includes answers to 1962 and 1970 advertisements, [reel 12, frame 0173]
Financial
Box: 19 Folder: 3
Ledger of expenses, 1938-57, [reel 12, frame 0244]
Lloyd's Bank
Box: 19 Folder: 4
Receipts, correspondence, 1946-73, [reel 12, frame 0280]
Box: 78 Folder: 1-3
Receipt books, check stubs, pass book, misc. bank records, [reel 57, frame 0333, 2/3 of contents not filmed]
Box: 19 Folder: 5
Thornton, Baker and Co. (Oxford); Farrell, Jackson and Co.(Falmouth), 1952-74 - accountants, [reel 12, frame 0389]
Box: 19 Folder: 6
Other investments, 1934-74 - Includes ledger of early investments, [reel 12, frame 0454]
Legal
Box: 19 Folder: 7
Wainwright, Pollock and Co.(Oxford solicitors), 1934-53 - Includes Richard's deed of trust, Doris' change of name and divorce, [reel 12, frame 0480]
Box: 19 Folder: 8
Davenport, Lyons and Co. (London solicitors), 1960-70 - Includes 1960 will, [reel 12, frame 0497]
Box: 19 Folder: 9
Frank W. Lean Solicitors (Falmouth solicitor Christopher Alan Rose), 1970-72 - Includes 1970 will, [reel 12, frame 0518]
Residences
Box: 20 Folder: 1
7 Parkhill Road, Oxford, 1935-1951 - Correspondence, purchase, receipts, sale, [reel 13, frame 0007]
Box: 20 Folder: 2
1 Northwood Road, Oxford, 1942-1973, [reel 13, frame 0112]
Box: 20 Folder: 3-5
9 Chesterfield Hill, Mayfair, 1952-1955 - Purchase, insurance, repairs, furnishings, piano rental, house rental, utilities, [reel 13, frame 0192]
Box: 21 Folder: 1-3
"Long Point," Mevagissey, Cornwall, 1952-1970 - Includes corres, blueprints, permits, repairs, landscaping, [reel 13, frame 0467]
Box: 21 Folder: 4
18 Ennismore Gardens, London, 1962, [reel 14, frame 0035]
Box: 21 Folder: 5
56 Queen Anne St, London, 1964-70 - In same building with Royal Asiatic Society (see that file for correspondence), [reel 14, frame 0053]
Box: 21 Folder: 6
19 Avenue Road, Falmouth, 1969-1970, [reel 14, frame 0136]
Box: 21 Folder: 7
7 Woodlane Crescent, Falmouth (purchased by Layard as site of proposed mental health care center), 1971-1973 - Includes corres. re: purchase, repair, sale; for legal, see Frank W. Lean Solicitors, [reel 14, frame 0172]
Box: 21 Folder: 8
Wardington House, Banbury, 1972-1973, [reel 14, frame 0240]
Box: 21 Folder: 9
Miscellaneous properties, 1926-1970, [reel 14, frame 0257]
Box: 22 Folder: 1-2
Health,1906-74 - Includes R.D.Lawrence (Layard's internist) 1959-60, with book by Lawrence Happiness & Our Instincts, [reel 14, frame 0268]
Automobile
Box: 22 Folder: 3
Automobile Expenses, 1953-70 - Includes garage rentals, 1952-72, [reel 14, frame 0392]
Box: 22 Folder: 4
1961 Auto accident, 1961-62 - Correspondence, court decision, medical, insurance, [reel 14, frame 0532]
Box: 22 Folder: 5
Misc. insurance, 1935-61, [reel 14, frame 0563]
Box: 22 Folder: 6
Receipts and correspondence re: miscellaneous consumer goods, [reel 14, frame 0579]
Travel
Box: 22 Folder: 7-8
Zurich receipts, 1947-48, 1958, 1959, 1961 - Includes Union Bank of Switzerland, [reel 15, frame 0007]
Box: 22 Folder: 9
Other foreign: Genoa,1947; Athens, 1969, [reel 15, frame 0165]
Box: 22 Folder: 10
Lodgings in Great Britain, 1933-70, [reel 15, frame 0188]

Family Correspondence

Box: 23 Folder: 1
Barbour Family (cousins), 1921-45, [reel 15, frame 0235]
Box: 23 Folder: 2
Bond, Enid Layard (cousin), 1944-46, [reel 15, frame 0243]
Box: 23 Folder: 3
Dickinson, Lord Willoughby (John's godfather), wife Lady Elizabeth, 1912-46, [reel 15, frame 0338]
Box: 23 Folder: 4
Dingwall, Eric John (Doris' first husband), 1932-73 - With 1910 book on stars, [reel 15, frame 0354], 1932-73
Box: 23 Folder: 5
Fordham, Phyllis (cousin), 1913-35, [reel 15, frame 0426]
Box: 23 Folder: 6
Holroyd-Smith, Nora L. (cousin), 1934-47, [reel 15, frame 0434]
Layard, Doris (wife)
Correspondence between John and Doris Layard - Including descriptions and analyses of Doris' dreams
Box: 23 Folder: 7-10
1929-late 30's, [reel 15, frame 0446]
Box: 24 Folder: 1-8
1940-1953, [reel 16, frame 0209]
Box: 25 Folder: 1-6
1957-1972, [reel 18, frame 0007]
Other correspondence of Doris Layard
Box: 25 Folder: 7
Miscellaneous, as Doris Dunn/Dingwall, 1917-32, [reel 18, frame 0627]
Box: 25 Folder: 8
"Bill & Tim," 1964-73, [reel 18, frame 0657]
Box: 25 Folder: 9
"Donna," ca. 1950's, with photo, [reel 18, frame 0667]
Box: 26 Folder: 1
LeComber, Richard, wife Maggie, ca. 1960's, with family photos, [reel 19, frame 0007]
Box: 26 Folder: 2
Queen Elizabeth of England, 1940 - Signed certificate of appreciation for Doris' war efforts in 1939, [reel 19, frame 0018]
Box: 26 Folder: 3
Russell, Dr. Audrey, 1935-61, [reel 19, frame 0021]
Box: 26 Folder: 4
Tipper, Euanie (from Champernoune Clinic), 1961-65, [reel 19, frame 0031]
Box: 26 Folder: 5
Wheeler, Prof. Marcus C.C., and wife Sally, 1961-73, with family photo, [reel 19, frame 0043]
Box: 26 Folder: 6
Young, Jones, Patterson, Solicitors, 1970-71, [reel 19, frame 0051]
Box: 26 Folder: 7
Family correspondence, 1934-73, [reel 19, frame 0055]
Box: 26 Folder: 8
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1934-72, [reel 19, frame 0071]
Box: 26 Folder: 9
Accountants, 1952-73, [reel 19, frame 0183]
Box: 26 Folder: 10
Receipts For health, clothing, contributions, [reel 19, frame 0197]
Layard, Eleanor Gribble (mother)
Correspondence between John Layard and Eleanor Gribble Layard, with family photos
Box: 26 Folder: 11-13
1897-1909, [reel 19, frame 0252]
Box: 27 Folder: 1-5
1910-1931, [reel 19, frame 0676]
Box: 27 Folder: 6
Miscellaneous correspondence of Eleanor Gribble Layard, 1877-1915, [reel 20, frame 0218]
Layard, George Somes (father)
Correspondence between John Layard and George Somes Layard
Box: 27 Folder: 7-8
1897-1911, [reel 20, frame 0229]
Box: 28 Folder: 1
1911-1920, [reel 20, frame 0482]
Box: 28 Folder: 2
Seamon, Owen (from Punch), via Mrs. Pelly (Layard's secretary?), 1898-1906, [reel 20, frame 0559]
Box: 28 Folder: 3
Miscellaneous correspondence of George Somes Layard, 1893-1914 - Includes 1913 letters from famous authors, [reel 20, frame 0566]
Layard, Nancy (sister)
Box: 28 Folder: 4-6
Correspondence between John and Nancy Layard, 1902-74, [reel 20, frame 0598]
Box: 28 Folder: 7
Correspondence between Nancy Layard and her parents, brother Peter, and cousins, 1892-1916, [reel 21, frame 0212]
Layard, Peter Clement (brother)
Box: 28 Folder: 8
Correspondence between John and Peter Layard, 1901-1916, [reel 21, frame 0365]
Box: 28 Folder: 9
Correspondence between Peter and parents, sister Nancy, 1905-1916, [reel 21, frame 0437]
Layard, Richard (son)
Correspondence between Richard and his parents - Includes descriptions of Richard's dreams and early memorabilia
Box: 29 Folder: 1-4
1934-1951, [reel 21, frame 0480]
Box: 30 Folder: 1-8
1952-1974, [reel 22, frame 0278]
Box: 31 Folder: 1
Miscellaneous correspondence of Richard Layard, 1949-59, [reel 23, frame 0283]
Box: 31 Folder: 2
Marsden-Jones, Eric M. and Phyllis (Doris' cousin), 1934-60 - With 1930 reprint, and newspaper photograph, 1958, [reel 23, frame 0308]
Box: 31 Folder: 3
Poulain, Olive Coxhead (cousin), 1913-35, [reel 23, frame 0312]
Box: 31 Folder: 4
Vandeleur Family (cousins), 1911-74, [reel 23, frame 0376]
Box: 31 Folder: 5
Miscellaneous aunts, uncles, cousins, nephew, 1906-47, [reel 23, frame 0406]

Patient Correspondence (Restricted)

Box: 89 Folder: 1
Patient B-1, 1966-69, [reel 62, frame 0007]
Box: 89 Folder: 2
Patient B-2, 1954-64, [reel 62, frame 0022]
Box: 89 Folder: 3
Patient B-3, 1954-74, [reel 62, frame 0029]
Box: 89 Folder: 4
Patient B-4, 1941, [reel 62, frame 0073]
Box: 89 Folder: 5
Patient C-1, 1944-45, [reel 62, frame 0174]
Box: 89 Folder: 6
Patient C-2, 1941-43, [reel 62, frame 0182]
Box: 89 Folder: 7
Patient C-3, 1966-73, [reel 62, frame 0305]
Box: 89 Folder: 8
Patient C-4, 1950
Patient C-5, 1943-44, [reel 62, frame 0392]
Box: 89 Folder: 9
Correspondence, with dreams, [reel 62, frame 0395]
Box: 87 Folder: 1 Oversize: FB-239-1
Rolled dream drawings, [reel 60, frame 0423]
Box: 89 Folder: 10
Patient C-6, 1966-72, [reel 62, frame 0407]
Box: 89 Folder: 11
Patient C-7, 1941-47
Patient D-1 (subject of Psoriasis and Cancer paper), 1951-60, [reel 62, frame 0543]
Correspondence, dreams, analyses
Box: 90 Folder: 1-6
Part 1-6, [reel 63, frame 0008]
Box: 91 Folder: 1
Part 7, [reel 64, frame 0007]
Box: 86 Folder: 1-4 Oversize: FB-238-1-4
Dreams paintings, analyses, [reel 59, frame 0583]
Box: 87 Folder: 2 Oversize: FB-239-2
Rolled dream drawings, [reel 60, frame 0425]