Lilly Library Manuscript Collections

RILEY MSS.

The Riley mss., 1858-1944, consist of correspondence and papers of James Whitcomb Riley, 1849-1916, Indiana poet.

The collection has been divided into three sections:

[1] Writings, consisting principally of manuscripts of poems, but also including some speeches, lectures and other prose. See the Manuscripts Catalog for individual cards describing the writings. In cataloging poems, the titles under which they have been published have been used in preference to the titles on the manuscripts.

[2] Correspondence: Most of the correspondence is with friends among whom are poets, novelists, journalists, actors, actresses, musicians, educators, lawyers, physicians, and artists. There are also some family letters and letters to and from editors, publishers, and lecture tour managers. The letters relate largely to Riley's writings, particularly their publication in periodicals, newspapers, or in book form, and to lecture and recital tours.

Among the correspondents represented in the collection are: James Abbott, William F. Abbott, Charles Adams, Kit Adams, Mrs. Mary Jane (Mathews) Adams, Oscar Fay Adams, George Ade, Lewis G. Akin, Charles Carroll Albertson, Thomas Bailey Aldrich, DeAlva Stanwood Alexander, William V. Alexander, Edmund Jay Allen, James Lane Allen, lawyer, James Lane Allen, novelist, Young Ewing Allison, American Magazine, John M. Anderson, Argonaut, Alexander William Armour, Dwight LeRoy Armstrong, Mrs. Clara R. Arnold, Tom B. Arnold, William R. Asher, Louise F. Atkinson, Atlantic Monthly, Mrs. M.E. Babb, Mrs. Anna C. (Foote) Baggs, L.S. Bahnsen, Rufus W. Bailey, George Bramwell Baker, Daniel Pratt Baldwin, Fannie A. Baldwin, Mrs. Katherine (Willard) Baldwin, John Kendrick Bangs, David Demaree Banta, George Banta, Mrs. Adda (Rowell) Barber, Irene Motley Barlow, Mrs. Margaret Waldo (Higginson) Barney, Charles E. Barrett, William C. Barrett, Truman Howe Bartlett, William Oscar Bates, D.R. Bebout, William H. Becker, Henry Augustin Beers, Amos C. Beeson, Orin Belknap, Mrs. Bessie (Johnson) Bellman, Henry William Bennett, James Berry Bensel, Mrs. Anna C. (Slade) Benson, Luther Benson, Albert Jeremiah Beveridge, Charles Sibley Biernatzki, Tom Bird, Alexander Black, James Buckley Black, John W. Black, J.S. Bliss, Paul Blouet, Frank Blount, Samuel George Blythe, Julian Bobbs, Bobbs-Merrill Company, Edward William Bok, Cornelius Boltin, Marie Bonsall, Charles Hall Botsford, Allan Simpson Bottsford, Clara Louise Bottsford, W.B. Bottsford, C.F. Bourke, Henry Chandler Bowen, John Eliot Bowen, Lily F. Bowles, Jackson Boyd, Julia M. Boyd, Lily K. Boyeson, Daniel M. Bradbury, Mrs. M.B. Braden, Bradford & Hood, P.D. Branum, Ellis Bratton, Robert Bridges, Bertah R. Briggs, John C. Briggs, Arthur Brisbane, Brockway Lecture Bureau, Brodix Publishing Co., George Pliny Brown, Mrs. Elizabeth D. (Kable) Brunn, Clarence Clough Buel, Eugene Halleck Bundy, Henry Cuyler Bunner, Alfred Post Burbank, Mrs. Carrie S. (Garrett) Burdette, Mrs. Clara (Bradley) Burdette, Robert Jones Burdette, humorist, Robert Jones Burdette, Jr., journalist, W.T. Burgess, Jesse Young Burk, James H. Burke, Edward Livermore Burlingame, Mrs. Frances Eliza (Hodgson) Burnett, John Burroughs, Asa W. Burrows, Richard Burton, A.H. Busch, J.W. Bruseck, Asa Smith Bushnell, Clarence Augustus Buskirk, Winnie Butler, Mollie A. Buzan, George B. Byron, George Washington Cable, Charlotte Callahan, J. Will Callahan, S.W. Cantwell, Robert Edward Carey, William Carey, Mrs. Emma Shields (Nunemacher) Carleton, Bliss Carman, Andrew Carnegie, Frank George Carpenter, Ben Carr, George A. Carr, Carr & Wright, Hazel H. Catherwood, James Steele Catherwood, Mrs. Mary (Hartwell) Catherwood, John D. Cawein, Madison Julius Cawein, Century Company, Century Monthly Magazine, John White Chadwick, Samuel Selwyn Chamberlain, Charles Chandler, Horace P. Chandler, Jesse D. Chaplin, Joseph Mitchell Chapple, Frederick A. Cheney, Charles F. Chichester, William Weaver Christman, J.G. Churchman, Citizen, A.L. Clarke, William Fayal Clarke, Charles Clary, John E. Cleland, Samuel Langhorne Clemens, John R. Clements, Harry Thomas Clinton, John Albert Cockerill, Isabelle Coe, Charles Franklin Coffin, Evelyn Coggeshall, Herschel M. Colbert, Mrs. V. Stuart Mosby Coleman, Schuyler Colfax, Robert Joseph Collier, Commonsense Literary Bureau, H.T. Conde, Mike Connelly, Philip Cook, George B. Cooley, Mrs. Nellie (Millikan) Cooley, D.M. Coonley, William Colby Cooper, Bertha L. Corbett, George Streiby Cottman, Thomas H.B. Cotton, Mrs. Emma M. (Cooley) Cox, Robert B. Cramer, Charles Henry Cradall, W.B. Creagor, R.W. Criswell, William M. Croan, William Augustus Croffut, John U. Croseu, Milton Buckingham Crowell, M.B. Culbertson, J.C. Cummins, George William Curtis, John Jay Curtis, Augustin Daly, Thomas Augustine Daly, Charles Anderson Dana, Bell Danolds, John S. Dare, Fidella Dario, Alonzo Hilton Davis, Mrs. Ida May Davis, L.H. Davis, W.L. Davis, Mrs. Florence M. (Jordan) Dawes, Richard Lew Dawson, Fletcher L. Day, Mrs. Lillian Wright Dean, Mary Dean, Eugene Victor Debs, Edward DeForest, E. Delaney, Mary L. DeLange, Robert Del Armitage, Mary Felix DeMoville, W.T. Dennis, J.H. Deniston, Denny & Granger, Lewis Dessar, Detroit Free Press, Helen M. Dickerson, John Marcus Dickey, Otis Franklin Dickey, Harris Dickson, Bessie Dille, Edward Augustus Dithmar, May L. Dodds, Ignatius Donnelly, A.H. Dooley, F.C. Doran, Frank Nelson Doubleday, E.M. Downing, Charles Taylor Doxey, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Alexander Wilson Drake, William Wade Dudley, William Duncan, Kathryn Dunn, Winfield Taylor Durbin, Mrs. Lucy (Gookins) Duy, Eveline R. Early, Mrs. Maud G. Early, William Crowell Edgar, Mrs. Helen M. (Rockwood) Edson, Harry Stillwell Edwards, Edward Eggleston, Ruth M. Eisenhour, Edmund Henry Eitel, Mrs. Elva May (Riley) Eitel, Henry Eitel, Charles Ellicoch, Mrs. Florence (Bennett) Elliott, Sterling Elliott, William Webster Ellsworth, William De Lancy Ellwanger, W.H. Elson, William H. Elvin, Ludovic Estes, William J. Ethell, Ruth Shaffner Etnier, J.N. Ewing, Charles Warren Fairbanks, R.W. Farrelly, D.A. Fawcett, Mrs. Mary (Huestis) Fawcett, William Farrand Felch, Eugene Field, Mrs. Julia Sutherland (Comstock) Field, John Allen Finch, John Huston Finley, Marie Fischer, Harry Ribeyre Fitton, Mrs. Agnes (O'Brien) Fletcher, William Baldwin Fletcher, Charles Benjamin Foote, Thomas B. Ford, George Foreman, John LaRue Forkner, William Henry Forman, H.C. Forward, William M. Foster, William Dudley Foulke, John Fox, Orange Frazer, Harold Frederic, Mrs. J. Lee Furgason, Lucy Salome Furman, Goerge W. Gage, E. Edgar Galbreth, Norman Rowland Gale, Zona Gale, Charles E. Gantz, T.C. Gard, Grace Garland, Hamlin Garland, Mrs. Gertrude Garrison, Cal Gault, Kate R. Geary, Mrs. Gretchen F. (Havens) Gerhard, Jeanette Leonard Gilder, Joseph Benson Gilder, Richard Watson Gilder, Emma Giles, Andrew W. Gillette, Edgar L. Goldthwait, Mrs. Ella (Brown) Page Goodson, E.M. Goodwin, Nathaniel Carll Goodwin, Anna Adams Gordon, Henry Woodfin Grady, Emma J. Grafft, Grand Army of the Republic, Philipsburg, Pa. Lecture Committee, Graphic Advertisers, John Temple Graves, Mrs. Rose (Mitchell) Gregg, Gridiron Club, Washington, D.C., Smith Griffith, Alphonso Miner Griswold, N.T. Grove, Richard Buckner Gruelle, Milton Gunckel, Frank Wakeley Gunsaulus, Mary E. Haggarty, Ralph T. Hale, Elijah Walker Halford, N.R. Halling, Clint Hamilton, William Reeve Hamilton, William Hammel, Hugh Henry Hanna, James Hannerty, Willis F. Harbison, John O. Hardesty, George Canady Harding, A.S. Hardman, Arthur Sherburne Hardy, Mrs. Mary (Loehr) Hardy, Mrs. Ida A. (Husted) Harper, William Hudson Harper, William Rainey Harper, Harper, publishers firm, New York, Addison Clay Harris, Evelyn Harris, Franc A. Harris, Joel Chandler Harris, Lee O. Harris, Lizzie Harris, Benjamin Harrison, Walter Blackburn Harte, William Ross Hartpence, Fred W. Hathaway, Benjamin F. Havens, Willis Brooks Hawkins, John Milton Hay, Franklin W. Hays, Mrs. Louella Graves (White) Hays, William F. Hays, Chill W. Hazzard, E. Heinrichs, William F. Heinrichs, Charles A. Heinzen, J. Helder, N. Wilbur Helm, Edgar Eugene Hendee, Daniel McIntyre Henderson, John Oscar Henderson, Paul G. Henderson, S.R. Henderson, H.C. Henrickson, H.C. Henry, James A. Herne, Isaac Herr, William M. Herschell, Henry A. Hersey, Nelson Hersh, James Walter Hervey, Frederick A. Hetherington, Mrs. Ella (Rhoads) Higginson, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Alexander Hill, Samuel Hill, Amanda E. Hinkle, Mrs. Elizabeth A. (Barnett) Hitt, George C. Hitt, Leigh Mitchell Hodges, Josiah Gilbert Holland, John Hampden Holliday, John A. Holman, Kate Turner Holmes, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Charles Louis Holstein, Mrs. Magdalene (Nickum) Holstein, Franklin William Hooper, John Q. Hoover, Fred M. Hopkins, F.L. Horton & Company, Maud E. Hosford, Clarence A. Hough, Mattie E. Hough, William Rufus Hough, Benjamin Davenport House, Mrs. Emily T. (Glasgow) Houston, Mrs. Harriette Farnham (Spofford) Hovey, Richard Hovey, William Alfred Hovey, R.T. Howard, William Dean Howells, Hewitt Hanson Howland, Belle Hoyt, Violet Underwood Hoyt, Elbert Hubbard, Edwin Holt Hughes, Rupert Hughes, Virginia T. Hughes, Rose M. Hull, William D. Hurd, J.O. Hurst, R.W. Hurt, O.N. Hurty, Indianapolis, Ind. First Baptist Church, Yoke-fellows, Sir Henry Irving, J. Jackson, Mrs. N.J. Jackson, Mrs. Mary Booth (Tarkington) Jameson, Carrie Jamison, Fred H. Jay, Joseph Jefferson, M.S. Jernegan, A.H. Johnson, Charles Beneulyn Johnson, Dymple B. Johnson, Frank Grant Johnson, Horace M. Johnson, Lizzie E. Johnson, Regina M. Johnson, Robert Underwood Johnston, Julian Johnstone, Frank H. Jones, Mrs. Louise (Coffin) Jones, Mrs. Maud C. (Twining) Jones, Mrs. Rosaline (Ewan) Jones, David Starr Jordan, Mrs. Dulcina (Mason) Jordan, Lewis Jordan, George Washington Julian, Almon Keefer, Carter Brewster Keene, Thomas J. Kemp, Ezra Fremont Kendall, I.G. Kennedy, Jess C. Kerr, Dr. King, Eleanor Talbot Kinkead, Leslie S. Kinnard, Mrs. Eudora Kate (Myers) Kinsley, William J. Kinsley, Mrs. Caroline Starr (Balestier) Kipling, Rudyard Kipling, John Foster Kirk, Anna M. Kistner, Joseph Knight, Karl Knortz, William Knowles, Ernest W. Kohlsaat, Mary Hannah Krout, John Lambert, Mrs. Mary E. Lambert, J. Lanahan, Charles Beary Landis, Josie LaSalle, Clara Elizabeth Laughlin, Elmer Osborn Laughlin, James Duff Law, Albert Lee, Mrs. Mary R. Leeke, Life Publishing Company, Lulu Hensley Lind, Mrs. Sara Jane (Clarke) Lippincott, J.B. Lippincott & Co., Luther Samuel Livingston, John Uri Lloyd, M.E. Locke, Jacob B. Loehr, Henry Wadswsorth Longfellow, Charles James Longman, W.W. Loring, D. Lothrop & Co., Robert Louthean, Hugh H. Love, Isaac A. Love, John Wood Lovett, Lillie E. Lukans, Albert Lupton, D.B. Lyons, James MacArthur, William Gordon McCabe, John E. McCann, Frank McCartney, Daniel Macauley, Mrs. Eda Lulu (Brown) McClanahan, James H. McClanahan, W.H. McCleary, Henry Herbert McClure, Samuel Sidney McClure, Oscar Carleton McCulloch, George Barr McCutcheon, John Tinney McCutcheon, Walter McDougall, N.E. McElroy, J.W. McFatridge, James S. McFreeters, Charles Edward Alleyne McGeachy, James B. McGibney, John McGovern, Robert McIntyre, Robert Mackay, J.F. McShane, Albert William Macy, Elliot Walter Madge, Mrs. A.K. Maher, Gilbert Beebe Manlove, E.R. Mann, I.H. Mannder, William Albines Marine, William M. Marine, George J. Marott, Huckleberry Marsh, Edward Marshall, Edward Sandford Martin, Samuel Marsh Martin, Elijah Bishop Martindale, Ella L. Marx, Thomas Lansing Masson, John P. Mather, Mary E. Mathers, Brander Matthews, Claude Matthews, James Newton Matthews, Constance Elizabeth Maud, May Maxim, John M. Maxwell, Charles Mayer, Mrs. Kate (Lathrop) Mayer, Edward Mayhugh, Edith T. Medairy, S.T. Medill, Lynn Roby Meekins, Charles D. Meigs, H. Melrose, M.C. Mendell, Mrs. Mary J. Merrill, Louis Theodore Michener, Jerome Milkman, Cincinnatus Heine Miller, DeWitt Miller, Jasper Miller, William Henry Harrison Miller, Jesse C. Millikan, D.L. Milliken, Donald Grant Mitchell, Edward Page Mitchell, John D. Mitchell, Mary M. Mitchell, Silas Weir Mitchell, William Mitchell, Sam B. Moffitt, Flo Moore, Mrs. Kate E. (Weiser) Moorehead, Mrs. Lotta Mordough, Minnie C. Moreau, John Edward Morgan, R.J. Morgan, Edwin Wilson Morese, L.W. Moses, Mrs. Louise (Chandler) Moulton, James Atwell Mount, Richard Kendall Munkittrick, Frank Andrew Munsey, F.F. Murray, Edward Anderson Muschamp, M.R. Myers, Mrs. Emma (Roberts) Nash, J.M. Nead, May Neal, William P. Needham, Mayne Nelson, Wilbur Dick Nesbit, Albert L. New, New York Journal, Martin V.B. Newcomer, Fred S. Newlin, Emma Nicholson, Meredith Nicholson, L.F. de H. Noble, Notman Photographic Co., Tom Nottingham, Mrs. Clara Frances (Smith) Nye, Edgar Wilson Nye, Mrs. Elizabeth Mitchell (Loring) Nye, Oak Park Argus, John C. Ochiltree, Thomas Power O'Connor, J.W. O'Hara, Josiah Kingsley Ohl, A. Olsson, John Boyle O'Reilly, Alfred Orendorff, Dan E. O'Sullivan, Will S. Otwell, Mary Alicia Owen, D. Padman, Thomas Nelson Page, Walter Hines Page, R. Harold Paget, Albert Bigelow Paine, Daniel L. Paine, Benjamin Stratten Parker, Jo A. Parker, Mrs. Hessie Daisy (Maxwell) Parry, John Patterson, Bessie E. Patton, Frank C. Payne, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth (Riley) Payne, P.H. Peirce, Arthur D. Perkins, Maurice Perkins, Oran Perry, W.H. Pert, J.W. Pfaff, Will Wood Pfrimmer, William Lyon Phelps, Albert F. Philips, Charles Howard Philips, George Morris Philips, Claude Phillips, John Sanburn Phillips, Walter Polk Phillips, Donn Piatt, Joseph Roland Piatt, Alice Pickett, Hazen S. Pingree, Lee J. Pitner, Frank Pixley, Thomas Pletcher, Mary Wright Plummer, James Burton Pond, Ozias W. Pond, John Addison Porter, Charles E. Potts, Stephen A. Powers, Mrs. Ella (Farman) Pratt, Mrs. Frances (Folsom) Cleveland Preston, Annie C. Rapelye, R.E. Ray, Jerome Hall Raymond, Laura Ream, J.M. Reamer, Thomas Burton Redding, Redpath Lyceum Bureau, Enos B. Reed, Roland Reed, Cara Reese, Charles M. Reeves, Robert A. Reid, Whitelaw Reid, Charles M. Relyea, Review of Reviews, Maria Rhodius, Alonzo Leora Rice, E.N. Richards, Mrs. Louise (Parks) Richards, Samuel Richards, Mrs. Alex Richardson, Leander Pease Richardson, S. Richmond, John Clark Ridpath, W.H. Rieley, George Riggin, Mrs. Kate Douglas (Smith) Wiggin Riggs, Mrs. Edward J. Riley, G.W.H. Riley, Humboldt Alexander Riley, John Andrew Riley, Julia B. Riley, Lizzie Riley, Martin Whitten Riley, Mrs. Mattie C. Riley, Reuben Alexander Riley, John Robinson & Co., Mary Yandes Robinson, Mrs. Kate Robson, William B. Rodgers, J.W. Roney, Horace E. Rood, Beatrice Rosenfeld, Mrs. Anne (Johnston) Ross, O.H. Rothacker, Henry Woldmar Ruoff, Sol Smith Russell, Nettie W. Sabine, F.W. Sabold, St. Nicholas, J.A. Sawyer, Harry Lincoln Sayler, William N. Sayre, F.C.H. Schmike, J.J. Schmitt, Hubert J. Schonacker, Mrs. Helen Schurmann, Frank Hall Scott, Arthur Hawley Scribner, Scribner, publishers firm, Scribner's Magazine, Mrs. Elizabeth (Cochran) Seaman, Mrs. May (Wright) Sewall, Theodore Lovett Sewall, Sexton & Jaques, Julia Graydon Sharpe, Henry Wheeler Shaw, Francis Wayland Shepardson, George Douglass Sherley, Joseph E. Sherrill, E. Shirk, Moses Gage Shirley, W.H. Siddall, W.E. Sienuns, Walter Sies, Mrs. Helen C. Simpson, William H. Sims, George Slifer, Mrs. Matthew Small, Francis Hopkinson Smith, George C. Smith, Joseph Patterson Smith, Nora Archibald Smith, Permelia Smith, William Hawley Smith, Wyckliffe Smith, E.E. Sonnanstine, Frank Soule, John S. Spann & Co., George A. Spindler, Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Ambrose P. Stanton, Frank Lebby Stanton, Val L. Stanton, Elizabeth Ellen Starr, Arthur Stedman, Edmund Clarence Stedman, Theodore Clement Steele, Thomas J. Steele, Evaleen Stein, Calvin Stewart, William Frederic Stilz, George Herbert Stockridge, Frank Richard Stockton, Charles Warren Stoddard, Richard Henry Stoddard, Joseph Marshall Stoddart, Bram Stoker, Anson Phelps Stokes, J.W. Straughn, Street & Smith's New York Weekly Office, Frank Strickland, Samuel N. Stubbs, Mrs. Marthena (Funkhouser) Swafford, Richard Allen Swift, Frank Sylvester, Thomas William Symons, Thomas DeWitt Talmage, James Tanner, Booth Tarkington, John Stevenson Tarkington, Charles H. Taylor, E.L. Taylor, Henry William Taylor, Howard Singleton Taylor, John Newton Taylor, Orra A.S.E. Taylor, Tucker Woodson Taylor, Roger Sherman Tea, John Hunter Tennant, Richard Stacus Tennant, Dame Ellen Alice Terry, S.D. Terry, Edwin P. Thayer Jr., Mrs. H.B. Thayer, H.B. Thearle, Edith Matilda Thomas, Mrs. Elizabeth Shepherd (Lamb) Thompson, James Maurice Thompson, Slason Thompson, Will Henry Thompson, William I. Thomson, A.M. Thornburgh, E.F. Tibbott, C.M. Townsend, James Bliss Townsend, John Townsend Trowbridge, Mrs. Mary A. Tucker, George S. Tuckerman, David Turpie, Henry Tyrell, Benjamin Benton Vallentine, W. Van Benthuysen, Henry Van Dyke, George H. Van Zandt, Edward Sims Van Zile, W. Horace Varney, Clara Vawter, Mrs. Emma Mary (Dameron) Vawter, John William Vawter, William Henry Venable, Mrs. Helena (Stallo) Vinton, James Paxton Voorhees, Warren Rollin Voorhis, J.E. Vought, Margaret E. Waddell, William E. Wagner, G.P. Waldorph, Amos J. Walker, Charles Manning Walker, Irvin Walker, James Randolph Walker, John Brisben Walker, Lizzie Walker, Mrs. Lucile (Allen) Walker, Sir Alfred Russel Wallace, Charles William Wallace, Lewis Wallace, Mrs. Susan Arnold (Elston) Wallace, James J. Walsh, John Wanamaker, William Hayes Ward, Eugene Fitch Ware, Booker Taliaferro Washington, Mrs. Gertrude Louise (Paddock) Wason, Mattie Waun, Mrs. Myra Churchill (Holmes) Webb, LeRoy Titus Weeks, Hattie E.H. Wells, J.C. Westley, Elsie Whipple, Esther Griffin White, James Terry White, Jennie White, Margaret White, R.L.S. White, William Allen White, J.M. Whitehead, James Whitmore, Bessie W. Whittemore, Enoch Cad Wickersham, T.A. Wickersham, Mrs. Ella (Wheeler) Wilcox, M.P. Wilkin, Frances Elizabeth Caroline Willard, Gilson Willets, Ed J. Williams, J.D. Williams, John K. Williams, Mary E. Williams, Adelaide Wilson, Charles E. Wilson, Erasmus Wilson, Florence L. Wilson, G.L. Wilson, Mary R. Wilson, Robert Burns Wilson, Stella Louise Winchester, Benson Wood, Irving Wood, Katherine B. Wood, Richard B.B. Wood, Alice Woods, Mrs. W.E. Woody, The World, New York, R.F. Wormwood, W.H. Wright, Yohn Brothers, and the Youth's Companion.

[3] Miscellaneous: The miscellaneous material consists of original pen and pencil drawings by Riley, two Dr. McGrillus' patent medicine signs painted by Riley about 1873; a typescript of Lee Burns' compilation of Riley's poems published in the Indianapolis Journal, 1877-1888; the printer's copy and the page proof of "A bibliography of James Whitcomb Riley" by Anthony J. Russo and Dorothy Ritter Russo, printed by the Indiana Historical Society, Indianapolis, 1944 (Lilly PS2706 .A4 R9); and three scrapbooks, numbered 25, 26, and 27, of newspaper clippings and mimeographed correspondence, 1870-1932.

Statement by Lee Burns on Riley's pirated edition of The Days Gone By ... is filed under n.d. with the correspondence.

There is also a marginal note by Lee Burns in Riley's pirated edition of The Days Gone By ... Chicago, E.A. Weeks & Co., [1895] (Lilly PS2704 .D2 1895).

Also see the Guide to the Collections: James Whitcomb Riley

Collection size: 6,245 items

Related manuscripts: Riley mss. II, Riley mss. III, Riley mss. IV, Riley mss. V, Riley mss. VI

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