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Robinson, Robert (“Hard Rock”),
241
,
243

Rochester, University of,
247

Rockefeller, John D., III,
105
; search for summer house,
111–12

Rockefeller, Mrs. John D., III (Blanchette, Adelaide's sister),
18
,
22
,
28
,
102
,
105

Rockingham Park race track,
113

Rogue River, Ore.,
156

Rome,
60
,
211

Roosevelt, Archibald,
48

Roosevelt, Franklin D.,
99
,
103

Roosevelt, T. R. (father of Theodore),
43

Roosevelt, Theodore,
103

Rose, Stuart,
133
,
268
,
270

Rose Island, Bahamas,
222

Rosenwald, Lessing J.,
135

Russell, Rosalind,
155

Rye, N.Y., JPM's childhood in,
32

Ryerson, Edward L., Jr.,
135

St. Mark's School,
45

St. Mihiel,
55

St. Paul's School,
45

Salem, Mass., Hale lawsuit in,
209

Salmen, Stanley,
230
,
232
,
251
,
259
,
260
,
287

San Francisco,
279

Saturday Evening Post
,
58–59
,
61
,
63
,
67
,
121
,
123
,
129
,
159
,
188
,
228
; JPM's first story,
57
; and JPM's trips to Orient,
79
,
268
;
The Late George Apley
serialized,
98
; Little, Brown advertisement offends,
133–34
; and
Stopover: Tokyo
,
268
,
272–73
;
Wickford Point
serialized,
131–33

Saturday Review of Literature:
Conney Fiske's profile of JPM,
128–31
; JPM's article, “Do You Know the Brills?”
126

Scaife, Roger,
132

Scherman, Harry,
186
,
255
,
287

Schneider, Anne Kaufman,
164

Scott, Sir Walter,
37

Scribner's, Charles, Sons,
60
,
63

Seal Harbor, Me.,
112

Sears, Mr.,
116

Sedgwick, A. C., Jr.,
80

Sedgwick, Mrs. Alexander C.,
51
,
60–62
,
67
,
78–80

Sedgwick, Christina,
see
Marquand, Christina Sedgwick

Sedgwick, Ellery (Uncle Ellery),
52
,
61
,
71
,
90
,
123
,
124
,
160
,
239

Sedgwick Minturn,
78–79

Sedgwick, Judge Theodore,
51–52

Sedgwick, the Rev. Theodore,
238

Sedgwick family,
43
,
51–52
,
60–63
,
67
,
68
,
78
,
87
,
106
,
123

Sedgwick House, Stockbridge, Mass.,
38–39
,
60
,
79
,
299
; dog cemetery,
80
,
239

Shady Hill School, Cambridge,
18

Shakespeare, William,
37
,
185

Shattuck, Henry,
150

Shearwood, George,
243
; in Africa with JPM,
292

Siegel, Sol,
267

Silver Hill Sanitarium,
138
,
275

Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace,
243

Sincerely, Willis Wayde
,
243
,
245
,
261–63
; as serial,
260

Sions, Harry, and JPM's
Holiday
article,
233–37
,
259

Smith, William James,
289

So Little Time
,
167–73
,
195
,
197
,
200
; characters taken from life,
169
; sales,
173
; title,
172

Social Register
, Boston,
283

Somerset Club, Boston,
19
,
87
,
154
,
220
,
238
; JPM's membership in,
116

Southern Pines, N.C.,
86
,
242
,
298

Spee Club, Harvard,
42–44
,
49

Sphinx Club, Harvard,
44

Sports Illustrated
,
283
,
284
,
292

Stark, Ray,
263

Steegmuller, Francis, translation of
Madame Bovary
,
179–80

Stein, Gertrude,
66

Stevens, George,
128
; letter from Brandt,
129–30

Stevenson, Robert Louis,
179
;
Treasure Island
,
223

Stockbridge, Mass.: Christina Marquand's wedding,
238
; Sedgwick House,
38–39
,
60
,
79
,
239
,
299

Stopover: Tokyo
,
270–73
; moving picture,
272

Streeter, Edward,
188
,
245
,
248
,
295–96
; advises JPM on
Point of No Return
,
201–3
,
213
;
Daily Except Sunday
,
201
;
Dere Mabel
,
201
;
Father of the Bride
,
203

Stribling, T. S.,
The Store
, Pulitzer Prize,
151

Stuart, R. Douglas, Jr.,
134

Sulzberger, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hays,
186

“Sun, Sea, and Sand,”
189

Swanberg, W. A.,
Jim Fiske
,
180

Swanson, Gloria,
241

Sweeting, Captain, of
Windrift
,
221

Tacitus,
185

Tarkington, Booth,
189–90

Tarrytown, N.Y.,
105
,
112

Think Fast, Mr. Moto
,
129

Thirty Years
,
194
,
245
,
258–59

Thomas, Norman,
134

Thompson, Dorothy,
183

Thompson, J. Walter, advertising agency,
56
,
58
,
59

Thoreau, Henry David,
38
,
75
,
185

Thornhill, Arthur, Sr.,
238

Thucydides,
185

Thurber, James,
180

Time
,
212
,
219

Timothy Dexter, Revisited
,
293
,
294

Top Secret Affair
(film version of
Melville Goodwin, U.S.A.
),
265

Treasure Island, Bahamas,
220–26
,
235

Tuckerman, Bayard,
219

Tuckerman, Mr. and Mrs. John,
243

Tufts, James W.,
241

Tunney, Gene, story of Hemingway,
222

Twain, Mark, JPM mistaken for,
111

Twentieth Century-Fox,
272

The Unspeakable Gentleman
,
59–60
,
293

Vassar College,
104

Versailles,
68
; JPM and Carol in,
268–70

Vesle River,
55

Vidor, King,
154–57
; in Aspen,
157
; in Boston,
154–55

Villa, Pancho,
53

Wagner, Robert,
272

Walden Pond,
75–76
,
246

Warning Hill
,
63
,
89

Warren, Robert Penn,
179

Washington, D.C.,
161
; Pentagon,
230–31

Watkins, Ann,
76

Weeks, Edward,
263
; JPM's attitude toward,
124
;
The Open Heart
,
97n

Welch, Richard E.,
238

Welch & Forbes,
148
,
149

Wells (Conney Fiske's uncle),
98

West, Benjamin,
297

West Point graduates,
231

Weston, Mass.,
75
,
79

Wharton, Edith,
88

White, Andy,
181

White, E. B.,
233
,
235

White, William Allen,
177
; Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies,
135

Whitehill, Walter Muir,
155

Whittier, John Greenleaf,
37
,
125

Whyte, William H.,
The Organization Man
,
218

Wickford Point
,
118–26
,
141
,
149
,
151
,
168
,
196
,
292
; advertisement and controversy with
Saturday Evening Post
,
132–33
; Curzon's Mill in,
37
,
119
; Hale family in,
119–25
,
129–30
,
204
,
206–7
,
266–68
; JPM in, as narrator,
123–25
; JPM's article on identification of characters,
125
; motion picture proposed,
266–68
; sales,
131–32
; serialization,
131–33
,
159

Williams, Alexander,
287

Williamsburg, Va.,
112

Wilmington, Del.,
32
,
45
,
55

Wilson, Sloan,
The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit
,
218

Windrift
, yawl,
221
,
226

Wister, Owen,
43

Wolfe, Thomas,
218
,
244

Woman's Home Companion
,
228

Women and Thomas Harrow
,
24
,
291

Wood, Grant, “Parson Weems' Fable,”
111

Wood, Meredith,
255
,
288

Wood, Gen. Robert E.,
135

Woollcott, Alexander,
182

World War I: Gardiner Fiske in,
88
; JPM's service in,
54–55
,
162–63

World War II,
160
; JPM in,
161–63
,
167
; JPM's novels of,
195–200
; Pearl Harbor attack,
138

Wouk, Herman,
The Caine Mutiny
,
180

Yale,
33
; honorary degree for JPM,
247
; JPM's manuscripts in library,
151

The Yearling
(film),
156

Young, Robert,
156

Zanuck, Darryl,
264

All rights reserved, including without limitation the right to reproduce this ebook or any portion thereof in any form or by any means, whether electronic or mechanical, now known or hereinafter invented, without the express written permission of the publisher.

Copyright © 1972 by Stephen Birmingham

Cover design by Olivia Brodtman

ISBN: 978-1-5040-4103-4

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