Bryn Mawr College Library Special Collections

Phyllis Walter Goodhart Gordan Papers

Part II: Box and Folder List (Papers - Boxes 12-22)

Special Collections Department, Bryn Mawr College Library
Collection Number: M46

Copyright 2007 by Special Collections Department, Bryn Mawr College Library
Last Updated: June 19, 2007

Box 12

Boxes 12 and 13 contain a complete duplicate typed set of the volumes found in Boxes 1-5. Only Volumes 1 and 2 are not exact duplicates of volumes elsewhere in the collection.

Box 12 contains seventeen black loose-leaf binders of bibliographic and biographic notes on hundreds of Renaissance personalities. Listed below are the titles of the volumes in Box 12. In an effort to reduce repetition, the contents of the volumes in this box, with the exception of the Volumes 1 and 2, are not listed here.

The volumes (all typed) in Box 12 are as follows:

Vol. 1: Office Copy (no outside label). This volume contains a list of manuscript references, organized by subject name. The volume begins with an incomplete index of its contents.

Vol. 2: (no outside label) Contains list of Humanist Manuscripts in European Libraries (typed version is located in Box 6, Vol. 1. Handwritten version found in Box 6, Vol. 5). The second half of this volume contains a list of maunscript references, arranged alphabetically by subject name.

Vol. 3: A I. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 4: A II. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 5: B I. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 6: B II. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 7: B III. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 8: B IV. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 9: Bruni I. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 10: Bruni II. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 11: Bruni III - Bu. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol.12: C I. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 13: C II. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 14: D. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 15: E. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 16: F I. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 17: Filelfus. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

 

Box 13

Boxes 12 and 13 contain a complete duplicate typed set of the volumes found in Boxes 1-5.

Box 13 contains seventeen black loose-leaf binders of bibliographic and biographic notes on hundreds of Renaissance personalities. Listed below are the titles of the volumes in Box 13. In an effort to reduce repetition, the contents of the volumes (all typed) in this box are not listed here.

Vol. 1: Guarinus. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 2: GHIJ. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 3: KL. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 4: M I. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 5: M II. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 6: M III. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 7: M IV. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 8: N I. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 9: N II. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 10: Pe-Pr. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 11: Pius II. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 12: Poggius. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 13: Poggius II. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 14: QR. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 15: S. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 16: T. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 17: T II. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

 

Box 14

Box 14 contains several drafts of Mrs. Gordan's translations of all of Poggius' letters (as they appear in the Tonelli edition). Also in this box are photocopies of several pages of notes from R.A.B. Mynors to Mrs. Gordan, commenting on her translations (for the original, with cover letter, see Box 19), and a copy of her undergraduate paper, "Written by the Hand of Poggio," with comments and corrections by Lily Ross Taylor (MISSING?; for a typed copy without comments, see Box 21).

 

Box15

Box 15 contains a complete photostat of Tonelli's three volume edition of Poggius' letters and a complete photocopy of Mrs. Gordan's translations of those letters. In addition, this box contains several folders, organized as follows:

a) Miscellaneous Correspondence. Includes letters to Mrs. Gordan from J. Vielliard, Paul Oskar Kristeller, and Dean P. Lockwood.

b)
Catalogs of Humanist Mss. in Various Libraries. Ashburnham, Venice, Aberdeen...

c) Two files containing an Unidentified Critical Text of some of Poggius' letters (Rüegg?).

 

Box 16

Boxes 16 and 17 contain an incomplete duplicate typed set of the volumes found in Boxes 1-5.

Box 16 contains twelve black loose-leaf binders of bibliographic and biographic notes on hundreds of Renaissance personalities. Listed below are the titles of the volumes in Box 16. In an effort to reduce repetition, the contents of the volumes (all typed) in this box are not listed here.

Vol. 1: A. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 2: A II. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 3: Ba. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 4: Be. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 5: Be II. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 6: Bi Bo Br. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 7: L. Bruni I. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 8: Bruni. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 9: Bruni, Bu. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 10: Ca. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 11: Ca Ci. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 12: Co. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

 

Box 17

Boxes 16 and 17 contain an incomplete duplicate typed set of the volumes found in Boxes 1-5.

Box 17 contains twelve black loose-leaf binders of bibliographic and biographic notes on hundreds of Renaissance personalities. Listed below are the titles of the volumes in Box 17. In an effort to reduce repetition, the contents of the volumes (all typed) in this box are not listed here.

Vol. 1: D. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 2: Guarinus. As in Boxes Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 3: GHIJ. As in Boxes Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 4: KL. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 5: Ma. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 6: Medici. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 7: Me Mo. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 8: N. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 9: N II. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 10: Pe Pr. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 11: Pius II. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

Vol. 12: Poggius. As in Boxes 1-5, with some additional notes and addenda.

 

Box 18

Box 18 contains a complete set of typed translations of Poggius' letters, labeled "Third Copy." It also contains several microfilms: Plomer, William, Sado; Philo Judaeus, Antiquitates; several unlabeled films.

 

Box 19

Box 19 contains drafts of various translations, photocopies, and notes. Intermingled amongst all these are various translations of Poggius' letters, in no discernible order; some are gathered into folders which are labeled "Fourth Copy."

Drafts of letters to Poggius included in the Appendix of Two Renaissance Book Hunters.
Notes on individual letters of Poggius, labeled "Discard."
Typed copy of Harth, H., "Poggio Bracciolini und die Brieftheorie des 15. Jahrhunderts," published in Der Brief im Zeitalter der Renaissance (Mitteilung IX der Kommission für Humanismusforschung), Weinheim: 1983 (with corrections).
Unlabelled photostatic copies of portions of various Renaissance manuscripts.
Assorted bibliographies, including "Byzantine Drama" and "Byzantine Church Poetry."
Copies of typed translations of Poggius' letters, according to Tonelli's numeration.
Typed "Index to Addressees."
List of "Microfilms Ordered from Vatican" (dated 1955).
Copy of a manuscript labeled "Xenophon de Vita Tyrannica (Trans. L. Aretino)" (MS 73).
Roger Mynors' handwritten notes on an early version of Mrs. Gordan's translations of Poggius.
Drafts of the preface to Two Renaissance Book Hunters.
Folder labeled "Phyllis' List," containing descriptions of Renaissance manuscripts and their locations.

Box 20

Box Twenty contains two black binders of assorted notes, and several loose documents.

Vol. 1: handwritten "Notes on Artists"

Pisanello
Andrea Bregno
Bernardo Rossellino
Desiderio da Settignano
Michelozzo di Bartolommeo
Benozzo Gozzoli
Gianfrancesco di Luca Enzola
Giovanni Antonio Amadeo
Giovanni Dalmada
Antonio Pollaiuolo
Matteo Civitali
Andrea Guazalotti
Clemente da Urbino
Gian Cristoforo Romano
Francesco Martini di Giorgio
Domenico Rosselli
Pinturricchio
Bertoldo di Giovanni
Gonzaga
Dedications of Poggio's treatises
Notes on Janson, H.W., The Sculpture of Donatello

Vol. 2:

Notes on "Weiss."
Brief notes on various Renaissance figures.
Notes on locations of letters of Poggius and others in Vatican manuscripts
Bibliography labeled "Notes Used."

Laid In:

Notes on manuscript contents of various European libraries
Typed and handwritten note describing proposed edition of Poggius' letters.
Typed summaries of and notes on various letters of Poggius (Some in manila folders labeled "My Work" with numeration according to Rüegg)

 

Box 21

Box 21 contains printed copies of Mrs. Gordan's published articles and lectures, as well as two undergraduate papers, "Written by the Hand of Poggio" and "The Classical Background of St. Augustine's Reading as Shown in the de Civitate Dei." It also contains a tape cassette labeled "1980 GLA Annual Meeting: STM Medalist Phyllis Goodhart Gordan."

Box 22

Box 22 contains a blue folder of items pertaining to Ernst Walser, two black binders, and a small green box containing a photostatic copy of Philo Judaeus.

Vol. 1 (blue folder): labeled "Ernst Walser: Human and Artistic Problems of the Italian Renaissance, Cambridge, 1926."

Personal Correspondence: Marjary Strauss; Gerold Walser; John Appel; Martin Davies; Paul Oskar Kristeller.
Notice of Marguerite Walser-Escher's death
Assorted personal photographs
Typed copies of set of lectures in English by Ernst Walser (published in German in Gesammelte Studien zur Geistesgeschichte der Renaissance, Basel: 1932: "I. The Evolution in General: Politics? Standards of life; Fine Arts;" "II. The Conception of the Hero-Nature;" "III. Eros and Beauty;" "IV. Religious Sentiment;" "V. The Antique Ideal;" "VI. Homo et Humanitas."

Vol. 2 (black binder): No apparent organization; largely concerned with artistic remains of Poggius' associates:

Laid in: Sculpture in the Temple Malatestiano in Rimini; assorted notes
List of names "To be studied for art paper"
List of "Tombs of Poggio's correspondents"
List of "References checked"
Notes for "Poggio as art collector"

Vol. 3 (black binder): Typed biographical and bibliographic notes on Renaissance figures; generally corrected / updated from figures' locations in Boxes 3 and 5.

Achilles Senensis Cancellarius
Albertus Parisius (of Bologna)
Frater Alberto da Sarteano
Alfonso, King of Aragon
Paulus de S. Maria
Alfonso de Cartagena
Ambrogio Traversari
Andrea Alamannus
Andreas Constantinopolitanus de Petra
Giustinianus.
Angelottus Fuscus Romanus, Cardinal of St. Mark's
Antonio Amatriciano of Amatrice
Antonius Beccadelli, il Panormita
Antonio Cortesi
Antonius of Cremona
Antonius Gentilis Siculus
Antonius Luscus
Henry Chichele
John Stafford
John Kemp
Augustinus Villa

Baptista Guarinus
Bartholomeus Baldana
Bartolomeo Capra, Archbishop of Milan
Bartolomeo de Bucino
Batholomeus de la Gazaja Senensis
Bartolomeo Fazio
Bartholomeus Ghiselard
Bartholomeus Guascus Ianuensis
Benedetto Accolti Aretino
Bonfranciscus Regiensis
Bornius of Bologna

Pope Calixtus III (Alfonso Borgia)
Henry Beaufort, Cardinal of England
Cardinal Rodrigo de Borgia, Pope Alexander VI
Dominicus Capranica, Cardinal
Joannes de Castiglione, Cardinal of Pavia
Giovanni Carvajal
Petrus Barbus, Cardinal tit. Sti. Marci, later Pope Paul II
Joannes de Turrecremata, Cardinal of S. Sixtus
Carolus Brognolus
Carlo Marsuppini Aretino
Carolus de Medicis
Cincio Romano
Cosimo dei Medici

Dalmatius de Muro, Archbishop of Saragossa
Domeninco Sabino

Enoch of Ascoli
Philippus de Medicis, Episcopus Aretinus
Egidio da Carpo, Bishop of Rimini
Episcopus Recanatensis
Jacobus Antonius
Joannes de Mella, Episcopus Zamorensis
Gabriel Condulmerius Venetus, Pope Eugenius IV

Federico di Montefeltro, Duke of Urbino
Feltrinus Bojard of Ferrara
Fernandus Didax
Franciscus Griffolinus Arretinus
Francisco Barbaro
Franciscus de Vellatis
Franciscus Condulmerius, Cardinal of Aquileia
Franciscus Coppinus
Magister Franciscus de Pistorio
Francisco de Legnamine
Franciscus Marescalcus of Ferrara
Franciscus Philelphus
Francesco Piccolpasso, Archbishop of Milan
Francesco Nicodemi
Federicus Imperator

Galeottus Manfredus, Filius Astorgii
Galeottus de Ricasolis
Gasparino Barzizza
Gaspar Schlick, Imperial Chancellor
Gaspar of Verona
Gerardus Landrianus
Gotardus, Cancellarius Ianuensis
Gregorio Correr
Guarino da Verona
William Gray or Graim or Graham, Bishop of Ely

Henricus, Dux Visensis
Jerome Aliotti
Hieronyus Guarinus
John Hunyad Corvinus Vayvode of Hungary
Iacopus Bracellus Ianuensis (of Genoa)
Jacopus Foscarus
Iacopo Vanucci, Bishop of Perugia
John, Canon of Reims
Giovanni Aurispa
Don John of Castille
Giovanni Sassuolo da Prato
Giovanni Cirignano of Lucca
Giovanni Corvini Arretinus
Giovanni Francesco of Mantua
Giovanni Lamola
John Nicolas, Provincia Patrimonii Gubernator
Giovanni Salvetto
John of Spelimberg
Giovanni Tortelli
Juliano Cesarini, Cardinal of St. Angelo

Leonardo Bruni Aretino
Leonello d'Este
Laurentius Lippius (Philippus)
Ludovicus Petronius
Ludovicus Scarampus Mezzarota

Malatesta Novellus de Malatestis
Mariano Soccino
Pope Martin V
Matthew del Caretto, Bishop of Albenga
Mattheus Malferitus
Matteo da Trevi

Nicolas Bildeston
Nicolas Capranica
Nicolaus Ceba
Nicolas Luscus
Nicolaus de Medicis
Niccolo dei Niccoli
Nicolas Perottus

Palla de Strozzis
Petrus Decembrius Candidus
Petrus de Monte, Bishop of Brescia
Petrus Donatus, Archiepiscopus Cretensis, Castellanus, Patavinus
Petrus Gambacurta
Petro Pisano
Petrus Thomasius
Filippo Maria Angelo Visconti, Duke of Milan
Gianantonio Pandoni Porcellio Poeta Laureatus
Prospero, Cardinal de Colonna
Richard Pethwort

Rinutius Aretinus
Robertus (Albertus) Valturius of Rimini (Ariminensis)

Scipio Mainenti, Bishop of Modena
Simon de Teramo
Stephanus Auximanus
Stephanus Burbasius
Suffretus Rhodius

Petrus Thomasius (see also above under P)
Philip Tifernates
Gregorio Tifernate

Valascus (Belasco) Iusitanus of Portugal
Vittorino dei Rambaldoni da Feltre

Green Box: (Philo Judaeus: Monographs: Bibl. Nat.)

Belkin's review of Goodenough's By Light, Light
Photostats of unidentified Greek manuscript (Philo Judaeus?)

 

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