University of Tulsa - McFarlin Library
Papers relating to the publication of the James Joyce Quarterly from 1973 to 1974. Included are contributor's copies and correspondence, production schedules, advertisements, notes and material relating to two special issues: Scholarship issue, Fall 1974 and the Finnegan's Wake issue, Summer 1974. Also included is a ten-year cumulative index, Fall 1963-Summer 1972
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Manuscripts and correspondence make up the bulk of the Collection. Part of the collection comprises original material, but most of the collection is material about Joyce, including research and criticism.
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Manuscripts and correspondence make up the bulk of the James Joyce Collection, 1899-1968. Part of the collection comprises original Joyce material, but most of the collection is material about Joyce, including research and criticism
Yale University - Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
The James Joyce Collection contains letters, manuscripts, musical settings and printed materials relating to the life and work of James Joyce, including correspondence and research materials used in the compilation of A Bibliography of James Joyce by Herbert Cahoon and John J. Slocum.
University of Virginia
Canaday's adaption of Augustus John's portrait of Joyce was drawn for a McGregor Room Seminar in 1947
New York Public Library
Sixteen letters and cards sent by Joyce to Alfred Bergan, a resident of Dublin and friend of the Joyce family; seven letters to Padraic and Mary Colum; and one letter to Oliver St. John Gogarty signed as Stephen Dedalus. Also included are typed transcripts of two letters from Joyce to Mary Colum, 1940, a condolence letter to George Joyce's brother-in-law, and a photograph
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Printed placards (equivalent to galley proofs), many extensively annotated by James Joyce, for his novel Ulysses.
New York Public Library
Sixteen letters and cards sent by Joyce to Alfred Bergan, a resident of Dublin and friend of the Joyce family; seven letters to Padraic and Mary Colum; and one letter to Oliver St. John Gogarty signed as Stephen Dedalus. Also included are typed transcripts of two letters from Joyce to Mary Colum, 1940, a condolence letter to George Joyce's brother-in-law, and a photograph
State University of New York Buffalo - Poetry Collection
Covering the entire span of his artistic life, the University at Buffalo James Joyce Collection is the largest Joyce collection in the world and contains his private library; records documenting the writing of Ulysses (1922), Finnegans Wake (1939), A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (1916), and Exiles (1918) as well as the publication of Ulysses; correspondence (most significantly between Sylvia Beach and Joyce); portraits and photographs of the Joyce; and personal artifacts. The collection also includes notebooks, sketchbooks, and letters by Joyce’s daughter Lucia Joyce.