View Series VIII. Writings: Uncompleted Book Projects
Mumford began his writing career with Boni and Liveright, a small but intellectually lively publishing house. In 1929, with the publication of Herman Melville, he switched to Harcourt, Brace and Company, with whom he would be associated for the next fifty years. One box contains statements from Harcourt from 1922 through 1981; the second concerns other publishers. These had all been separated from correspondence by the Mumfords.
|179||8014-8026||All non-Harcourt royalty statements, 1923-1979|