Hofmann, Paul (1912-2008)
The Paul Hoffman collection includes manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, professional materials, research materials, legal materials, and financial materials.

Manuscripts in the collection consist primarily of novels, including Banker's Secrets, Cento Citta, The Coffeehouse Was Our Home: Life and Moods in Vienna Between Two World Wars, King, Smart Milan, Nazi King of Rome: The Eternal City in Hitler's Grip, Pope to Pope, Rome Without Rhetoric, A Saint's Sacrifice, That Fine Italian Hand, Rome Revealed, The Vatican's Women, and The Viennese. Manuscripts of book reviews and project proposals are also present, alongside a number of drafts and fragments. Most manuscripts are typescript with holograph notes.

Correspondence, collected between 1979 and 2006, includes both personal and professional content. Fan mail and miscellaneous letters are collected alongside correspondence concerning Pope to Pope and publishing arrangements with St. Martin's Press. Letters are both typescript and autograph.

The collection's printed materials consist of proofs for The Vatican's Women and The Viennese. Clippings, pamphlets, and magazines are present, as well, as are various items regarding the papal election.

Professional materials in the collection are constituted by subject files, maintained between 1972 and 2000. Arranged alphabetically, the subject files include clippings, notes, royalty statements, book covers, web articles, correspondence, and manuscripts.  

The collection's research materials are arranged under various file headings, such as "Assorted Pope Clips," "Open City Rome," "Papabili," and "Vienna Coffee House." Also included are numerous untitled note cards.

Collected legal materials concern Hofmann's relationship with Georges Borchardt, his agent.

Hofmann's financial materials are documented extensively between 1967 and 2000. Items include annual income tax files; completed documents; professional expense vouchers; assorted IRS materials; and more.
Notable Figures
1. Hofmann, Paul, 1912-2008
Associated Subjects
1. Catholic Church
2. Catholicism
3. Religion and Spirituality Subject Guide
4. Literary Collections Subject Guide
5. Journalism Subject Guide