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Malone (Kemp) 1889-1971
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Citation: Kemp Malone Papers Ms. 129
Milton S. Eisenhower Library
The Johns Hopkins University
Malone (Kemp) 1889-1971
The collection was acquired by the University in 1983 following the
death of Mrs. Kemp Malone. Additional materials were received in 1985
from Professor Richard A. Macksey.
In 1974 Mrs. Kemp Malone presented some 20,000 volumes from her
husband's library to his Alma Mater, Emory Univiversity. Most likely
some of Kemp Malone's papers were also donated to Emory. There are
several notations in Ms. 129 (in an unidentified handwriting) which
refer to manuscript material at Emory.
Kemp Malone, medievalist, philologist, etymologist, world authority of
Chaucer, and Professor of English Literature at Johns Hopkins
University for over 30 years, was born in Minter, Miss. on March 14,
1889. His father, a professor and classicist, was president of a
succession of women's colleges and seminaries in the south. Kemp
Malone graduated from Emory College in 1907. One of his early aims
was to learn all the languages of the peoples encircling the British
Isles. To this end he made extensive stays abroad. He taught for two
years in Germany, spent a year in Denmark studying old and middle
Irish, and then settled for a year in Iceland to master that language.
During World War I he served two years in the United States Army and
was discharged with the rank of Captain.
In 1921 Dr. Malone joined the faculty of the University of Minnesota,
and in 1924 he came to Johns Hopkins University as lecturer in
English. He served as President of the Modern Language Association,
the Linguistic Society of America, the American Dialect Society, the
American Name Society, and the Modern Humanities Research Association.
He was also etymology editor of the American College Dictionary of
1947. He was visiting professor and lecturer at many American and
foreign universities, and received a number of honorary degrees. He
held successive appointments at Georgetown University, Souther
Illinois University, and Catholic University in Washington. He
retired from Johns Hopkins University in 1956.
The author of more than 500 works, Kemp Malone was unceasingly in his
scholarly pursuits. His enthusiasm for language ranged from the study
of 10th century manuscripts to the etymology of contemporary comic
strip names. At the time of his death Dr. Malone was working on "The
History of the English Language" for Random House. He died at his
summer home in Eastport, Maine on October 13, 1971, survived by his
wife of 44 years, Inez Chatain Malone, two brothers and four sisters.
Scope and Content Note
The papers span the period 1913-1975 and contain drafts, typescripts,
proofs, research notes, notebooks, lectures, reprints and news
clippings. The only correspondence consists of approximately 35
letters of little importance, dated 1925-1975. There are 25 pages of
inscriptions to Kemp Malone from fellow scholars and philologists, and
several literary figures such as Angela Thirkell, George William
Russell (A.E.), and Lascelles Abercrombie. The major series in the
Malone Papers are: Correspondence/Notebooks, Lectures, Research
Notes, Writings, and Printed Material.
Correspondence/Notebooks Series Box 1 - !913/1975
This series contains correspondence, Christmas cards sent by Inez
and Kemp Malone from 1932-1971, inscriptions to Kemp Malone from
scholars and philologists, notebooks with philological notes and
notebooks containing lists containing lists of scholars to whom
reprints of Malone's articles were sent.
Lecture Series Box 2 - n.d.
The lectures are undated and deal with a variety of subjects
including American speech, the English language, dictionary, Beowulf,
Research Notes Series Boxes 3-14 - n.d.
These boxes contain index cards with undated etymology notes made
by Malone as Etymology Editor of the American College Dictionary which
appeared in 1947. There are approximately 800 in each box arranged
alphabetically by subject.
Research Notes Series Box 20 - n.d.
There are approximately 600 undated index cards with notes re
phonetics, and various fragments of etymological notes.
Writing Series Boxes 21-22 - n.d.
This series consists of undated typescripts and drafts of
articles by Malone relating to the American Handbook of Writing,
Beowulf, and Chaucer.
Writing Series Boxes 23-24 - n.d.
These boxed contain undated drafts for "The Usage Book," an
Writing Series Box 25 - 1959
This is the galley proof of "Studies in Heroic Legend and Current
Speech," by Kemp Malone. Edited by Stefan Einarsson and Norman E.
Eliason. Copenhagen, Rosenkilde and Bagger, 1959. There are also
book reviews re this work.
Printed Material Series Boxes 26-30 - 1918/1970
There are in these boxes reprints of articles by Malone and
reprints of articles by other authors collected by Malone.
Box 1: Malone, Kemp and Inez - Christians cards 1932-1972 (1 folder)
Malone, Kemp - Correspondence 1941-1975 (1 folder)
Malone, Kemp - Inscriptions to Malone from fellow
scholars, philologists, literary figures, 1933-1958. Also cartoon by Yardley: "The Battle of Baltimore---August 1937." (1 folder)
Malone, Kemp - Notebooks:
1. In German re Germany and England, n.d.
2. Beowulf line by line, n.d.
3. Gothic Notes, text, n.d.
4. Gothic, Ger. 103, Aug. 28, 1913.
5. Wackerbarth, A. Diedrich, n.d.
6. The Phonemes of Current English, n.d.
7. Old Irish, course given by Prof. Holger
University of Copenhagen, autumn of 1915.
8. Morphology, n.d.
9. Saxon England, n.d.
10. Records kept by Malone as Hon.
Treasurer for R.W. Chambers Memorial Fund, 1942-1943.
Box 1 (Cont.)
Malone, Kemp - Notebooks
12 notebooks listing scholars to whom
Malone's reprints were to be sent.
Malone, Kemp - Reports on Candidates for Chair of
English, University of Stockholm, 1951. (1
Malone, Kemp - Celtic Studies Congress, Dublin, 1959 - time table and agenda. (1 folder)
University of Wisconsin, Dept. of History, Seminar
1956/57, paper prepared for use in seminar re Medieval history and English Language by Messrs. Reynolds and Cassidy. (1 folder)
Box 2: Malone, Kemp - Lectures:
Bacon and 17th Century Prose.
Capitalization in Writing.
Chaucer's Wife of Bath.
Samuel Claggett Chew (citation).
China and Japan.
Fighting Funds for Finland.
Collective Security - War Radio Talks.
College Education for Women in America.
The English Language.
An English Version of Hjaoningavig
Fielding and the Novel.
The Franks Casket and the Date of Widsith.
From American Darkness.
Heroic-Historical and Romance Motifs from King
Medieval Drama. (class notes)
Transcribing English for Turks.
A Tristan Bibliography.
The Two Worlds. German Mythology Eng. 234
Wonders of the East.
Box 3: Malone, Kemp - Research Notes: "American College Dictionary," Kemp Malone, Etymology Editor.
Etymology notes. Card index (ca. 800 cards) --- COR-DY (A-C missing)
Box 4: Card index (ca. 800 cards) -- E-FI.
Box 5: Card index (ca. 800 cards) -- FJ-HAE.
Box 6: Card index (ca. 800 cards) -- HAG-INM.
Box 7: Card index (ca. 800 cards) -- INN-LIT.
Box 8: Card index (ca. 800 cards) -- LIT-NOL.
Box 9: Card index (ca. 800 cards) -- MON-PIC.
Box 10: Card index (ca. 800 cards) -- PIC-Q.
Box 11: Card index (ca. 800 cards) -- R-SEC.
Box 12: Card index (ca. 800 cards) -- SED-STU.
Box 13: Card index (ca. 800 cards) -- STU-T.
Box 14: Card index (ca. 800 cards) -- U-Z.
Box 15: Malone, Kemp - Research Notes: "The Usage Book."
Card index (ca. 800 cards) -- A-COL.
Box 16: Card index (ca. 800 cards) -- COM-GO.
Box 17: Card index (ca. 800 cards) -- GR-OP.
Box 18: Card index (ca. 800 cards) -- OR-SN.
Box 19: Card index (ca. 800 cards) -- SO-Z.
Box 20: Malone, Kemp - Research Notes:
Etymology notes, misc. fragments (2 folders).
Index cards re phonetics (ca. 600 cards).
Box. 21: Malone, Kemp - Writings: Drafts
American Handbook of Writing.
Canterbury Tales. (illustrations in color for MS. Gg. 427.)
Box 22: Malone, Kemp - Writings: Drafts
Coneybeare and Thorkelin.
The Dream of the Rood.
Gayant and Beowulf.
Historical Sketch of the English Language.
Box 23: Malone, Kemp - Writings: Drafts - "The Usage
Book." 10 folders A-I (Missing)
Box 24: Malone, Kemp - Writings: Drafts - "The Usage
Book." 15 folders J-Z.
Box 25: Malone, Kemp - Writings: Proof - "Studies in
Heroic Legens and Current Speech," by Kemp Malone. Edited by Stefan
Einarsson and Norman E. Eliason. Copenhagen, Rosenkilde and Bagger. 1959.
Book reviews re this work.
Box 26: Malone, Kemp - Writings: Reprints of Malone's articles.
American and Anglo-Saxon. 1920.
Anglo-Saxon in the sense of "Medieval English." 1930.
Anglo-Saxon Parlance. 1930.
Anglo-Saxon: A Sematic Study. 1929.
Ardur and Gullbra and Skeggi. 1942
Becca and Seafola. 1938.
The Burning of Heorot. n.d.
Caedmon and English Poetry. 1961.
Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, and German. 1930.
Chaucer's Double Consonants. 1956.
Coming Back from the Mere. 1954.
Danes and Half-Danes. n.d.
Davis, (John) on American English. 1929.
Dipthong and Glide. n.d.
Eleven Beowulf Notes. n.d.
English Linguistics and the PhD. 1929.
Fay on Pronunciation. 1927.
Box 26 (Cont.) Finn's Stronghold. 1945.
Franklin on Spelling Reform. 1925.
The Franks Casket. n.d.
The Frumtings of Widsith. n.d.
Further Notes on Middle English Lyrics.
The Germanic Collections of the Johns Hopkins University Library. 1956.
Glides, Dipthongs and Boundaries. 1961.
Good Anglo-Saxon. 1945.
Greenlaw, (Edwin) Memorial. 1932.
Grundtvigs oversaettelse af Beowulf. 1960.
Grendel and Grep. 1942.
Grundtvig's Philosophy of History. 1940.
Hagbard and Ingeld. 1940.
The International Council for English.
A Linguistic Patriot. 1925.
A Metrical Note on Widsith. n.d.
The Myrgingas of Widsith. n.d.
Name of the Wends. 1947.
Nine English Etymologies. 1949.
A Note on Beowulf 377 ff. 1953.
" " " " 489-90. 1961.
" " " " 1231. 1926.
A Note on Widsith 9a. n.d.
" " " " 76-78. 1939.
Notes on Beowulf. n.d.
Notes on Gnomic Poem B of the Exeter Book.
Notes on a Review of Widsith. 1936.
Notes on the worrd Mahogany. 1965.
Old English beagas. n.d.
Old English care, caser, casere. n.d.
Old English Gar. n.d.
Old Words for Sickness and Healing. 1964.
Oldest England. 1949.
On Anglo-Saxon as a Techincal Term. n.d.
On Defining Mahogany. 1940.
On English Gun. 1953.
On the Etymology of Filch. 1955.
" " " " Scarf. 1967.
On Linguistic Unity. 1930.
On Symmetry in Phonemic Analysis. 1962.
The Origins of English Words. 1949.
Patient Griseldus. 1929.
Philology and Literature. 1928.
Box 26 (Cont.)
A Poet at Work: Chaucer revising His Verses. 1950.
Primitivism in Saxo Grammaticus. 1958.
The Problem of Standard Speech. 1929.
Pronunciation in Webster's Third. 1966.
Qmo and Hinn. 1965.
Readings from Folios 94 to 131 M.S. Cotton Vitellius A XV. n.d.
Readings from the Thorkelin Transcripts of Beowulf. 1949.
A Semantic Note on "Anglo-Saxon." 1927.
The Semantics if "Anglo-Saxon." 1929.
Some Beowulf Readings. n.d.
Some Judith Readings. n.d.
Some Lingusitic Studies of 1937 and 1938.
" " " " 1939 " 1940.
Structural Linguistics and Bilingual Dictionaries. n.d.
Studies in English Phonology. 1926.
Style and Structure in the Prologue to The Canterbury Tales. 1946.
Syllabic Consonants in English. 1942.
Symbolism in Beowulf. 1961.
The Tale of Geat. 1937.
The Terminology of Anglistics. 1930.
The Text of Beowulf. 1949.
Time and Place in the Ingeld Episode of Beowulf. 1940.
Two English Frauenlieder. 1962.
Two Notes on Widsith. 1932.
The Well Taught Teacher. 1950.
What is Anglo-Saxon? 1929.
When Did Middle English Begin? 1930.
Widsith and the Critic. 1938.
Widsith, Beowulf and Bravellir. 1962.
LIST OF THE WRITINGS OF KEMP MALONE, 1918 1948. pp. 362-379 from Philologica: The Malone Anniversary
Box 27: List of the Writings of Kemp Malone, 1918-1948. pp. 362-379 from Philologica: The Malone Anniversary Studies.
Supplementary List of the Writings of Kemp Malone, 1949 1959.
Book Reviews by Kemp Malone:
Back, Hilding. "The Synonums for 'Child', 'Boy', 'Girl' in Old English. . ."
Bouman, A.C. "Patterns in Old English and Old Icelandic Literature."
Box 27 (cont.)
Brady, Caroline. "The Legends of Ermanaric."
Criswell, E.H. "Lewis and Clark: Linguistic Pioneers."
Dickins, Bruce. "J.M. Kemble and Old English Scholarship."
Girvan, Ritchie. "Finnsburuh."
Johannesson, Alexander. "Islandisches etymologisches Worterbuch."
Kristjansson, Jonas. "Viktors saga ok Blavus."
Kurath, Hans and Kuhn, Sherman M. "Middle English Dictionary."
Paff, William J. "The Geographical and Ethnic Names in the Piorkis Saga."
Reaney, P.H. "The Origin of English Place Names."
Ross, Alan S.C. "The Terfinnas and Beormas of Ohthere."
Schafer, Jurgen. "Wort und Begriff."
Southworth, James G. "Verses of Cadence. An Introduction to the Prosody of Chaucer and his Followers."
Wellek, Rene and Warren, Austin. "Theory of Literarure."
Wessen, E. "De Nordiska Folkstammarna i Beowulf."
Zink, Georges. "Les Legendes heroiques de Dietrich et d'Ermrich dans les litteratures germaniques."
Book Reviews of Kemp Malone's writings (and publishers' advertisements)
Box 28: Typescripts of articles by other authors:
Boberg, Inger M. - notes - January 1949.
Chambers. R.W. - "Continuity of English
Einarsson, Stefan - "Iceland."
Hallden, Arvid - part of "The Governing Function of Adjectives in Old and Early Middle English."
Lee, Donald W. - "A Road to Heorot."
Robinson, Fred - PMLA Bibliography.
Medieval Academy of America - Curricula Vitae of members.
Box 29: Reprints of various authors re Beowulf:
Benson, Larry D. "The Originality of Beowulf." 1970.
Berendsohn, Walter A. "Sind die Skyldinge und Skilfringe im 'Beowulf' Hunnische und Herulische Konige?" 1968
Bouman, A.C. "Eolete." 1951
Brady, Caroline. "The Synonmyms for 'Sea' in Beowulf." 1952
Brandl, Alois. "Beowulf und die Merowinger." 1929
Brodeur, Arthur G. "The Climax of the Finn Episode" and "Design and Motive in the Finn Episode." 1943
Brown, Calvin S. Jr. "Beowulf's Arm-Lock." 1940
Chambers, R.W. "Beowulf's Fight with Grendel, and its Scandinavian Parallels." n.d.
Cook, Albert Stanburrough. "Beowulfian and Odyssean Voyages." 1926
Cooley, Franklin Delany. "Criticism of Beowulf Before 1855." 1940
Cramp, Rosemary J. "Beowulf and Archaeology." 1957
Donahue, Charles. "Beowulf and Christian Tradition." 1965
DuBois, Arthur E. "The Unity of Beowulf." 1934
Eliason, Norman E. "The Pyle and Scop in Beowulf," and "The 'Thryth-Offs Digression' in Beowulf." 1963
Fahlbeck, Pontus. "Beowulfskvadet som Kalls for Nordisk Fornhistoria." 1924
Hart, Thomas Elwood. "Ellen: Some Tectonic Relationships on Beowulf and Their Resemblance to Anglo-Saxon Art." n.d.
Hoops, Johannes. "Beowulf der Riesige Vorkampfer," "Beowulfund Andreas 1526 ff." and "Die Folherung der Beowulf Handschrift." n.d.
Hubener, G. "Beowulf, ein indischer Messerexorzismus und die Sachsen." n.d.
Hume, Kathryn. "The Function of the Hrefn Blaca Beowulf 1801." 1969
Greenfield, S.B. review of "A Reading of Beowulf" by E.B. Irving, Jr. 1969
Johansson, Gust. "The Making of Beowulf and Placenames in Beowulf." 1969
Kaske, R.E "Beowulf" and "The Eotenas in Beowulf." 1968
Box 29 (cont.) Klaeber, Frederick. "Attila's and Beowulf's
Funeral," "Beowulfiana," "Eine Kleine
Nachlese zum Beowulf," "Beowulfiana
Lehmann, W.P. "On Posited Omissions in the
Lehmann, W.P. and Takemitsu Tabusa. "The
Alliterations of the Beowulf." 1958
Magoun, Francis P. Jr. "Boewulf and the
Minou Old- South Germanic Heroic
Morsbach, Lorenz. "Zur Datierung des
Orrick, Allan H. "Beowulf's Fight with
Pearce, T.M. "Beowulf and the Southern
Sun" and "Beowulf's Moment of Decision in
Reynolds, Robert L. "Note on 'Beowulf's'
Date and Economic-Social History," and
"An Echo of Beowulf in Athelstan's
Charters of 931-933 A.D.?"
Robinson, Fred C. "Two Non-Cruces in
Beowulf," and "Beowulf's Retreat from
Frisia." 1965 and 1966
Rosier, James L. A textual Ambiguity in
Beowul: Stod on Stodpole." n.d.
Rypins, Stanley I. "The Beowulf Codex."
Salus, Peter H. "OE Eoletes." 1963
Schyman, Iwan. "Varmlandsnas Fran Forntid
Till Nutid." 1959
Starcke, Viggo. "Jyder eller Goter." 1968
Wild, Friedrich. "Be3owulf und die
Waegmundinge," and "Drachen im Beowulf
und andere Drachen." 1961 and 1962
Willard, Rudolph. "Beowulf 2672b." 1961
Box 30: Reprints of Various Authors:
Abercrombie, Lascelles. "Widsith as A t."
Anderson, Charles R. "James's Portrait of
the Southerner." 1955
Bald, R.C. "A Manuscript Work by Sir
George Buc." 1935
Barrow, Sarah F. and Hulme, William H.
"Antichrist and Adam." 1925
Bately, Janet M. "The Old English Orosius:
The Question of Dictation." 1966
Bell, Alexander Melville. "Note on
Syllabic Consonants." 1894
Bessinger, Jess B. Jr. "The Sutton Hoo
Harp Replica and
Old English Musical Verse." 1967
Box 30 (Cont.)
Blake, Frank R. "Studies in Semitic Grammar,"
and "The Tagalog Verb." 1917
Blondheim, D.S. "Melanges." 1912
Bloomfield, Morton W. "Religion and the
Teaching of Literature," and "The
Pardons of Pamplona and the Pardoner
of Rounceval." 1956 Braddy,
Haldeen. "East Texas Hunting Windies." 1945
Brady, Caroline A. "The Eormanric of the
Brown, Arthur C.L. "The Grail and the
English Sir Percival." 1924
Bryan, W.F. "The Preterite and the Perfect
Tense in Present Day English." 1936
Canby, Henry Seidel. "The American Scholar
and the War." 1944
Carmody, Francis J. "An X-Ray Study of
Pharyngeal Articulation." 1941
Cobb, Collier. "Early English Survivals on
Hatteras Island." 1910
Collitz, Herman. "Wodan, Hermes, and
Coulter, Cornelia C. and Magoun, F.P. Jr.
"Giraldus Cambrensis on Indo-Germanic
Crawford, F. Stuart. "Mini-." 1967
Cross, Ephraim. "Language Study and the
Armed Forces." 1944
Danielsson, Bror. "Native, Classical, or
Dillon, Myles. "Na Creathramhna
Durr, Robert A. "The Night Journey in The
Ambassadors.'" 1956 and "Dramatic
Pattern in Paradise Lost." 1955
Einarsson, Stefan. "Bjolfur and Grendill
in Iceland." 1956 and "Guthmundur
Finnbogason Sjotugur." 1944
Fagin, Bryllion. "A Milton Scholar." 1934
Fischer, Walther. "Die Erforschung des
amerikanischen Englisch." 1936
Flasdiek, Hermann M. "England und die Sprachwissenschaft." 1943
Forster, Max. "Shakespeare-Musik." 1928
Fort, J.A. "The Two Dated Sonnets of
Frank, Robert Worth Jr. "The Art of
Reading Medieval Personification-Allegory." 1953
Box 30 (Cont.)
Garrison, F.H. "The Literary Tradition in
English Medicine." 1932
Gerard, Albert. "Sur La Logique du
Romantisme Anglais." 1956
Hall, Robert A. Jr. "The Classification of
Italian ecco and Its Cognates" and
"Don't Meddle Ignorantly With Your
Hard, Frederick. "Spencer and Burghley."
Hempl, George. "Learned and Learn'd," and
"Pepper, Pickle, and Kipper." n.d.
Henrion, Pierre. "Dans le Maquis de la
Prononciation Anglaise." n.d.
Herben, Stephen, Jr. and Bender, Harold H.
"English Spick, Speck, Spitchcock and
Hermannsson, Halldor. "The Wineland
Voyages: A Few Suggestions." 1927
Hittmair, Rudolph. "Worbildende Krafte im
heutigen Englisch." 1937
Jacobsen, Lis. "Syv Ruenstens-Tolkninger"
1935. "Om Det Nye Danske
Diplomatarium og Pricipperne for Dtes
Udgivelse" 1934. "Runekammen Fra Setre." 1935.
Jones, H.S.V. "The Faerie Queene and the
Medieval Aristotelian Tradition." 1926
Jones, Howard Mumford. "Graduate English
Study: Its Rationale." 1929.
Kabell, Aage. "Balder und die Mistel."
Kaske, R.E. "Ex VI Transicionis" and its
Passage in Piers Plowman." 1963 "A
Poem of the Cross in the Exeter Book."
Kuo, Ping-Chia. "Toward a Durable
Lagenfelt, Gosta. "Paiens et Heros dans le
Lindemann, J.W. Richard. "Old English
Preverbal ge-." 1965
Livingston, Charles H. "Etymology of
English haggis." 1958 "Old French
essuer, ressuerin English." 1958
"L'Anglais patch, Mot d'Orinine
Francaise." n.d. "History and
Etymology of English pie." n.d.
McAtee, W.L. "Longevity of Bird Names."
Menner, Robert J. "The Conflict of
Homonyms in English." 1936
Meroney, Howard. "The Life and Death of
Longe Wille." 1950
Box 30 (Cont.) Morand, Phelps. "I Had a Country." 1941
Morse, J. Mitchell. "Augustine, Ayenbite
and Ulysses." 1955
Mortenson, Robert. "Yeat's Vision and The
Two Trees'." 1964
Nehring, Alfons. "The Functional Structure
of Speech." 1940
Newlin, Claude M. "The Writings of Hugh
Henry Brackenridge." 1927
Newstead, Helaine. "The Tryst beneath the
Tree: An Episode in the Tristan Legend."
Nickel, Gerhard. "Sprachlicher Context und
Wortbedeutung im Englischen." 1965
Parker, William R. "Adventures among
Language Teachers and Linguists." 1955
Pratt, Robert A. "Giovanni Sercambi,
Pedersen, Holger. "Deux Etymologies
Perkinson, Richard H. "The Body as a
Triangular Structure in Spencer and
Pyles, Thomas. "English Usage: The Views
of the Literati." 1967
Randel, William. "Edward Eggleston on
Read, Allen Walker. "A Discrimination
among Synonyms of theWord Meaning'."
Renoir, Alain. "Traditional Grammar or
Structural Linguistics." 1961
Robbins, Rossell Hope. "An Epitaph for
Duke Humphrey," "God Amende Wykkyd
Cownscell," and "On Dating a Middle
English Moral Poem." 1955
Robinson, Fred C. "Old English Research in
Progress 1966-67." 1967
Robinson, David M. "An Illustraion of
Hesiod on a Black-Figured Plate by the
Strife Painter." 1930
Schlauch, Margaret. "Realism and
Convention in Medieval Literature." 1964
Setton, Kenneth M. "Hegel in America."
1962, and "Lutheranism and the
Turkish Peril." 1962.
Sledd, James. "The English Verses in the
Huloet-Higgins Dictionarie of 1572."
Steblin-Kamenskij, M.I. "The Scandinavian
Rhotacism and Laws Governing the Change
of Distinctive Features." 1963.
Stetson, R.H. "Traits of Articulate
Stillwell, Gardiner. "Convention and
Box 30 (Cont.) Stillwell, Gardinar. "Convention and
Individuality in Chaucer's Complaint
of Mars," 1956. and "The Language of Love
in Chaucer's Miller's and Reeve's Tales in
the old French Fabliaux." 1955.
Tilford, John E. Jr. "Lo, the Poor
Toldberg, Helge. "Hvornar Tryktes der
Forste Gang Pa Dansk?" 1962 and "Marsk
Utley, Francis Lee. "The Jug Ballad in
Maine and Kentucky," and "An
Unrational Meal of Crow." 1945.
Van Roosbroeck, Gustave L. "Unpublished
Poems by Gresset." 1924.
Veith, Ilza. "On Malingering." 1955.
Weinrich, Uriel. "Webster's Third: A
Critique of Its Semantics." 1954.
Whitehall, Harold. "The Orthography of
John Bate of Sharon, Connecticut (1700-1784)." 1947.
Whitelock, George. "Italian and French
Influence in English Pastoral," 1910.
Whiting, B.J. "Proverbs in the Ancren
Riwle' and the Recluse.'" 1935
Whitney, Lois. "Spencer's Use of the
Literature of Travel in the Faerie
Wilkins, E.H. "The Living Dante." 1945
Wise, C.M. "Chiefess - A Hawaiian Word."
Wood, Francis A. "Augurs and Omens, Gods
and Ghosts," n.d. and "Greek and Latin Etymologies." 1923
Malone, Kemp: Related Material
Newspaper clippings in Danish, 1955
International Congress of Lingusts, August
1957, Oslo - list of members
The Emory Alumnus, Vol. 8, No. 4, July-August 1932 (2 copies)
Inaugural Address by Sidney Walter Martin,
President of Emory University, November
Malone, Kemp: Biographical Data
Obituaries, memorial; biographical sketch,
n.d.; recommending Malone as a teacher
by unidentified persons dated March 1917,
University of Copenhagen; newspaper clipping
June 1974 from the Emory Magazine re gift to Emory University of 20,000 volumes from Malone's library; photograph of Malone, n.d. as a young man.