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Family letters, mostly from Alice Howe Gibbens James to her sons Henry and William; also letters by and about philosopher William James and novelist Henry James, an 1859 diary by Daniel Lewis Gibbens, and other related papers.
Copy prints of photographs and paintings of members of the James family originally from circa 1896-1984, made from prints in albums retained by the family (from Michael James), with identifying details on the versos.
Correspondence and financial records, primarily with Henry James (1879-1947), concerning the publication and printing of the writings of members of the James family.
Probably materials removed from James books in Widener Library. Largely from books by William James and most are identified on slips. Includes account of conversation by Henry James on his Notes of a son a brother. Most letters are addressed to Henry James III (son of William James).