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Catalogue

WORKS OF RUDYARD KIPLING

Printed Books

Stories

The Man Who Would be King. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Co., [19--]. Pocket Series no. 151. 1/3

Mulvaney Stories. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Co.,[19--]. Pocket Series no. 333. 1/4

The Story of the Gadsbys: a Tale without a Plot. London: Sampson Low, [189-?]. 7th ed. Indian Railway Library no. 2. 1/1

Wee Willie Winkie and Other Stories. London: Sampson Low,[189-?]. 9th ed. Indian Railway Library no.6. 1/2

Verses

The Fox Meditates. London: Medici Society, 1933. With 6 illustrations by Lionel Edwards. 1/6

His Apologies. London: Medici Society, 1932. With 7 illustrations by R.H. Buxton. 1/5

The Vampire and Other Poems. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Co.,[19--]. Ten Cent Pocket Series no. 222. 1/7

Journalism

France at War. London: Macmillan, 1915. 1/8

The Fringes of the Fleet. London: Macmillan, 1915. 1/9

Kipling's Message. London: W.H. Smith & Son, 1918. 1/11

The New Army in Training. London: Macmillan, 1915. 1/10

Selections

The Kipling Calendar, 1918. New York: Sully and Kleinteich, [1917?]. 1/12

Printed Pieces taken from Periodicals

Stories

As Easy as A.B.C. London Magazine, 1912. With 6 illustrations by F. Gardner.

  1. March, pp.2-11. 1/41
  2. April, pp.163-72. 1/42

Beauty Spots. Strand Magazine, Jan. 1932, pp.3-15. With 6 illustrations by Steven Spurrier. 1/67

The Bonds of Discipline. Windsor Magazine, Aug. 1903, pp.243-57. With 6 illustrations by Victor Prout. 1/28

The Bull that Thought. Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Jan. 1925, pp.52-55, 122-26. With 3 illustrations by John R. Flanagan. 1/56

The Church that Was at Antioch. London Magazine, Aug. 1929, pp. 134-46. With 2 illustrations by F. Matania. 1/63

Dayspring Mishandled. Strand Magazine, July 1928, pp.40-51. With 3 illustrations by C.E. Brock. 1/61

The Dog Harvey. Nash's Magazine, May 1914, pp. 141-52. With 3 illustrations by Reginald Birch. 1/44

The Edge of the Evening. Pall Mall Magazine, Dec. 1913, pp.714-26. With 3 illustrations by Maurice Greiffenhagen. 1/43

The Enemies to Each Other. Good Housekeeping, Aug. 1924, pp. 19-23, 114. With 4 illustrations by Edmund Dulac. 1/52

The Enlightenments of Pagett, M.P. Contemporary Review, Sept. 1890, pp.333-55. 1/14

The Eye of Allah. Strand Magazine, Sept. 1926, pp.215-26. With 4 illustrations by F. Matania. 1/59

Fairy Kist. Strand Magazine, Feb. 1928, pp. 107-17. With 4 illustrations by C.E. Brock. 1/60

A Flight of Fact. Nash's - Pall Mall Magazine, June 1918, pp. 177-83. With 1 illustration by Frank Craig. 1/50

For One Night Only. Longman's Magazine, April 1890, pp.611-20. 1/13

Friendly Brook. Windsor Magazine, Dec. 1914, pp. 23 -29. With 1 illustration by Gunning King. 1/46

The Gardener. Strand Magazine, May 1926, pp. 419-26. With 4 illustrations by J. Dewar Mills. 1/58

The Honours of War. Windsor Magazine, Aug. 1911, pp.257-66. With 3 illustrations by L. Raven Hill. 1/38

The Horse-Marines. Pearson's Magazine, Oct. 1910, pp.357-68. With 2 illustrations by Crombie. 1/37

In the Presence. Pearson's Magazine, Mar. 1912, pp.243-52. With 3 illustrations by W. Russell Flint. 1/40

In the Same Boat. Harper's Monthly Magazine, Dec. 1911, pp.3-15. With 2 illustrations by W. Hatherell. 1/39

The Last Relief. Ludgate Monthly, May 1891, pp.54-58. With 4 illustrations by Frederick Waddy. 1/15

The Legs of Sister Ursula. The Idler, June 1893, pp.485-95. With 7 illustrations by Hal Hurst. 2 copies. 1/17-18

A Madonna of the Trenches. Nash's - Pall Mall Magazine, Sept. 1924, pp.22-27, 86-90. With 3 illustrations by H.M. Stoops. 1/53

The Manner of Men. London Magazine, Sept. 1930, pp.232-41. With 1 illustration by F. Matania. 1/66

Mary Postgate. Nash's - Pall Mall Magazine, Sept. 1915, pp.2-11. With 2 illustrations by Fortunino Matania. 1/48

Mrs. Bathurst. Windsor Magazine, Sept. 1904, pp.376-86. With 5 illustrations by Victor Prout. 1/33

The Potted Princess. St. Nicholas, Jan. 1893, pp. 164-69. With 4 illustrations by Birch. 1/16

Proofs of Holy Writ. Strand Magazine, April 1934, pp.350-58. With 2 illustrations by A.R. Middleton Todd. 1/68

The Propagation of Knowledge. Strand Magazine, Jan. 1926, pp.3-14. With 5 illustrations by C.E. Brock. 1/57

The Prophet & the Country. Nash's - Pall Mall Magazine, Nov. 1924, pp.37-39, 116. With 3 illustrations by David Robinson. Incomplete. 1/54

Puck of Pook's Hill. Strand Magazine, 1906. With 60 illustrations by Claude A. Shepperson. 1/36

  1. Jan., pp.48-56.
  2. Feb., pp. 193 -201.
  3. Mar., pp.309-18.
  4. April, pp.401-11.
  5. May, pp.588-95.
  6. June, pp.703-11.
  7. July, pp.41-9.
  8. Aug., pp. 169-76.
  9. Sept. pp.290-96.
  10. Oct., pp.417-24.

Railway Reform in Great Britain. Fortnightly Review, Feb. 1, 1901, pp.207-20. 1/27

The Satisfaction of a Gentleman. London Magazine, Sept. 1929, pp.251-61. With 3 illustrations by Stanley Lloyd. 1/64

Sea Constables. Nash's - Pall Mall Magazine, Oct. 1915, pp. 130-40. With 2 illustrations by Fortunino Matania. 1/49

Stalky & Co. Windsor Magazine, 1898-99. With 36 illustrations by L. Raven Hill.

  1. Stalky. Dec. 1898, pp.28-40. 2 copies. 1/20-21
  2. An Unsavoury Interlude. Jan. 1899, pp. 188-202. 1/22
  3. The Impressionists. Feb. 1899, pp.292-305. 1/23
  4. The Moral Reformers. Mar. 1899, pp.403-16. 1/24
  5. A Little Prep. April 1899, pp.522-35. 1/25
  6. The Last Term. May 1899, pp.643-56. 1/26

Swept and Garnished. Nash's Magazine, Jan. 1915, pp.493-99. With 1 illustration by Fortunino Matania. 1/47

The Tabu Tale. Windsor Magazine, Sept. 1903, pp.363-71. With 6 illustrations by L. Raven Hill. 2 copies. 1/29-30

"Teem" - a Treasure-Hunter. Strand Magazine, Jan. 1936, pp.243-55. With 9 illustrations by S. Tresilian. 1/69

The Tender Achilles. London Magazine, Dec. 1929, pp.625-34. With 3 illustrations by Albert Baily? 1/65

Their Lawful Occasions. Windsor Magazine, 1903-04. With 10 illustrations by Victor Prout.

  1. Dec. 1903. pp. 3-13. 1/31
  2. Jan. 1904, pp.225-37. 1/32

A Tour of Inspection. Windsor Magazine, Dec. 1904, pp. 3-14. With 5 illustrations by Victor Prout. 1/34

The United Idolaters. Nash's - Pall Mall Magazine, June 1924, pp.8-13, 66-68. With 3 illustrations by James Montgomery Flagg. 1/51

An Unqualified Pilot. Windsor Magazine, Feb. 1895, pp. 121-29. With 4 illustrations by Cecil Aldin. 1/19

The Vortex. Scribner's Magazine, Aug. 1914, pp. 137-49. With 6 illustrations by Angus MacDonall. 1/45

The Wish House. Nash's - Pall Mall Magazine, Dec. 1924, pp.20-24, 88-92. With 3 illustrations by Forrest C. Crooks. 1/55

With the Night Mail. Windsor Magazine, Dec. 1905, pp.52-66. With 3 illustrations by J.C. Weedon, 2 by H.C. Steppings Wright. 1/35

The Woman in his Life. London Magazine, Dec. 1928, pp.585-90, 692-98. With 3 illustrations by Norah Schlegal. 1/62

Verses

Back to the Army Again. Pall Mall Gazette, Aug. 1894, pp.589-94. With 8 illustrations [by A.J. Goodman?]. 1/73

Bobs. Pall Mall Gazette, Dec. 1893, pp. 177-81. With 5 illustrations by A. Altson and 1 engraving. 1/71

Follow me 'ome. Pall Mall Gazette, June 1894, pp. 177 -79. With 3 illustrations by Enoch Ward. 1/72

The Fox Meditates. Strand Magazine, Feb. 1933, pp. 126-3 1. With 6 illustrations by Gordon Nicoll. 1/79

His Apologies. Pearson's Magazine, May 1932, pp.442-48. With 7 illustrations by Cecil Aldin. 1/78

In the Matter of One Compass. Century-Magazine, Jan. 1900, pp. [3]. With 2 illustrations by B. Horsfall. 1/74

Of Swine. Time and Tide, January 25 1936, p. 109. Facsimile of Ms. 1/81

Primum Tempus. The Idler, Vol. 2, 1893, pp.475-76. With 1 illustration by A.S. Boyd. 1/70

[Selections]. Some Uncollected Verses. Ts. ff.24. Contains 27 pieces of verse, etc., transcribed from periodicals and newspapers. 1/82

A Song of French Roads. Strand Magazine, 1924, pp.426-29. With 4 illustrations by Howard Elcock. 1/76

Sons of the Suburbs. Sunday Pictorial, January 19, 1936, p.4. 1/80

Supplication of the Black Aberdeen. Strand Magazine, Jan. 1928, pp.2-4. With 3 illustrations by G.L. Stampa. 1/77

The Supports. Hutchinson's Magazine, July 1918, pp. 11-13. 1/75

Journalism

Egypt of the Egyptians See Egypt of the Magicians

Egypt of the Magicians. The Idler, 1914. With 13 illustrations by F. Matania.
[Letter 1.]. June 1914, pp.276-81. 1/85
[Letter 2.]. July 1914, pp.481-86. 1/86
Cairo, Sorceress of Cities. Aug. 1914, pp.570-76. 1/87
Social Reform in Egypt. Sept. 1914, [8 pp.]. 1/88
Interviewing Pharaoh. Oct. 1914, [7 pp.]. 1/89
The Dead of Old Battles. Nov. 1914, pp. 177-84. 1/90
Soudan the Respectable. Dec. 1914, pp.349-55. 1/91

From a Winter Note-Book. Harper's New Monthly Magazine, May 1900, pp.859-68. With 10 photographs. 1/84

My First Book. The Idler, Vol.2, 1893, pp. 477-82. With 3 illustrations by A. S. Boyd and 1 by Geo. Hutchinson. 1/83

Illustrations

[Jungle Book]. The Detmold Pictures from The Jungle Book, by Rudyard Kipling. London: Boy Scouts Association, [n.d.]. Official set of coloured illustrations. 8 cards. 2/1

Lists

MAGGS BROS. Rudyard Kipling: a collection of first and other editions, manuscripts and some of his famous poems including "The Children's Song" and "Our Lady of the Snows" and a remarkable series of autograph letters. London: 1938. Catalogue 663. pp. 24.

Articles on R.K. taken from Periodicals

ENTWISLE, Joseph. Kipling and freemasonry. The Freemason, 16th April 1932, pp.651-53, 669. 2/8

FLEMING, Alice M. Some childhood memories of Rudyard Kipling by his sister. Chambers's Journal, March 1939, pp.168-73. 2/10

FLEMING, Alice M. More childhood memories of Rudyard Kipling by his sister. Chambers's Journal, July 1939, pp.506-11. 2/11

FRANKAU, Gilbert. Rudyard Kipling. London Magazine, Vol.61, [1928?]. With 2 photographs. 2/12

HOPKINS, R. Thurston. The Home of Rudyard Kipling. The Bookfinder Illustrated, January 1929, pp.5-6. With 1 photograph and 1 illustration. 2/6

MARGAUX, Adrian. Famous men at school. No.1 - Mr. Rudyard Kipling. Captain, April 1907, pp.52-56. With 5 photographs and 2 illustrations. 2/4

MUGGERIDGE, Malcolm. Men and books. [On Rudyard Kipling]. Time and Tide, Jan. 25 1936, pp. 114-15. 2/9

SCOTT, Dixon. Rudyard Kipling. The Bookman, December 1912, pp. 143-46. With 1 photograph. 2/5

WATSON, A.E. A schoolboy relic of Rudyard Kipling. The Sphere, February 16 1929, p.265. 7 small illustrations. 2/7

Pamphlet

RUDYARD Kipling and his stories. London: Globe Publishing Co., [n.d.] 2/13

Obituary Notices, Tributes, etc. on R.K.

Eight cuttings, Jan. 1936. From: The Daily Telegraph, The Methodist Times, The Morning Post, The Observer, The Sunday Times, The Times Literary Supplement, etc.

PAPERS OF H.P. HOLLINGS

Correspondence 1950-54

7 letters, with enclosures, to H.P. Hollings on Kipling affairs from: J.H.C. Brooking 2 letters 1954; T.E. Elwell 1 letter 1950; and The Kipling Society 4 letters 1951. 2/15-21

The Kipling Society

Documents relating to H.P. Holling's membership of The Kipling Society, including lists of members, etc., 1944-54. 2/22-28

The Kipling Society. Publications

In Memoriam R.K. 18th Jan. 1936; 2/29

A Kipling Shrine, by Rev. Sir Henry L.L. Denny, 1945; 2/30

Rudyard Kipling: Lest we forget. [n.d.]; 2 copies 2/31-32

The Story of "H.M.S. Kipling"... 1946. 2/33

 

 

 

 

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