Writer Aldous Huxley (signing an item in his hand) with [Mercer?] Sullivan (in glasses), at Presbyterian Church in Lake Forest, Illinois. Reverse side: handwritten note "Taken April 7, 1960 at Presbyterian Church, Lake Forest, Ill"; handwritten "Aldous Huxley"; handwritten "[Mercer?] Forest"; photographer's stamp.
Image of writer Aldous Huxley, seated and talking with brother Julian Huxley, circa 1955-1963. Reverse side: stamp of photographer's company, "Aldous and Julian Huxley", "only copy", "Please return to L.H."
Writer Aldous Huxley with unidentified man and woman. Mr. Huxley is looking at two cartoons of himself. Cartoons have the heading "The Press and Union League Club of San Francisco" and are both dated April 12, 1962 (the estimated date of the photograph).
Aldous Leonard Huxley (1894-1963) was a prolific writer of novels, essays, poetry, criticism, and screenplays. The Aldous Huxley Papers portion of the collection consists correspondence between Aldous Huxley and publishers Harper & Row, personal correspondence, holographic notes, literary manuscripts and personal effects. Laura Archera Huxley (1911-2007) was a musician, author, psychological counselor and lecturer. The materials in the collection that comprise the personal papers of Laura Archer Huxley include personal correspondence, holographic and typewritten notes, manuscripts, collected articles and clippings and interviews. As well, there are photographs and audiovisual recordings of both Aldous Huxley and Laura Archera Huxley.
Close-up image of writer Aldous Huxley (right side ), dressed in suit and looking down, circa 1960-1963. Appears to be cropped from image YRLSC_2009_00142 of Mr. Huxley's meeting with University of Southern California president Dr. Norman Topping.