University of Washington
Red Sky Poetry Theater and Seattle Muse Community publications and recordings is an intentionally assembled collection comprised chiefly of small press periodicals issued by Red Sky Press, Red Sky Poetry Theater, and other imprints associated with the Seattle Muse Community. The collection also includes several audiovisual recordings of poetry and art performances, which mainly document the Alternative to Loud Boats festival. Also included is an undated CD sound recording featuring Jesse Bernstein and Pete Leinonen. The collection contains no administrative records for the Red Sky Poetry Theatre
University of Washington
The Trevor Kincaid papers are comprised of several different accessions which chiefly document his long career as a professor of zoology at the University of Washington, as well as his other professional interests -- The collection contains clippings, correspondence, diaries, ephemera, field notes, financial records, photographs, reports, a student notebook, publications and writings relating to Kincaid's work. Major correspondents include Nathan Banks, T.D.A. Cockerell, E. Newell Steele and J. Emy Tsukimoto. Organizations signifcantly represented in this collection include the Pacific Coast Oyster Growers' Association, Rock Point Oyster Company and the Washington Fisheries Department. Throughout his career, Kincaid realized how expensive it would be to print his papers commercially and bought a manual press, becoming his own publisher, editor, photographer and typesetter under the imprint, Calliostoma Press. Many of these publications are included in the accessions. While the ... Read More
Bowdoin College - George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections and Archives
The collection contains correspondence, newsclippings, photographs, a manuscript of "Types and book making," and assorted biographical material. Most of the correspondence is with Kenneth Boyer, Bowdoin College librarian from 1945-1961, and concerns Anthoensen's 1946 gift to the college of almost every book he had designed and printed since 1923. Also present is a small amount of personal correspondence and letters concerning the Southworth Press printing of The pearl in 1932-1933. Others represented in the correspondence are: Stanley P. Chase, professor of English literature at Bowdoin College; Constant Southworth, president of Southworth Press; and Sheldon Christian of the Pejepscot Press
College of William and Mary - Special Collections Research Center
Material related to the Ox Head Press of Browerville, Minn. and its editor, printer and publisher Don Olsen. Includes three postcards printed by the Ox Head Press; letter from Olsen to Chris Vinyard; and photocopies of two news articles about Olsen
University of California, Berkeley
Concerns his interest and activity in fine printing particularly that of small presses
University of California, Berkeley
The records contain correspondence and business records. There is one carton of poetry written by SDiane Bogus
Millersville University - McNairy Library
Correspondence, illustration files, proofs, publication catalogs, typescripts, unrealized project files, distribution agreement, invitation, invoice, catalog layout, newspaper article, title list, and transcriptions documenting the publishing activities of All Kinds Blintzes Press. The collection also includes files related to an exhibition held at Millersville University in honor of the press during the Fall of 2008. The exhibition files include page facsimiles, a guest register, a list of titles, and supporting materials
Cornell University Libraries
Collection includes manuscripts and typescripts of three novels, The Sheepfold, The Outposts of Cold, and Brief Candle, short stories, poetry, reviews, critiques, and essays; polemics; literary studies; notes; student work; broadsides; correspondence and other records concerning "Epoch" and "Cornell Review"; correspondence (approximately one quarter of the collection) to and from Hathaway, particularly with David Ray, B.H. Friedman, and editors and publishers; material concerning the 1938 Michigan Hopwood Award, including submissions by Hathaway and "A.J. Joachim"; curriculum studies; drafts of textbooks; and publications and newsletters concerning national and international writing programs and humanities programs. The collection is well described by Hathaway's "I am interested in grammar, rhetoric, and poetics, intellectual and cultural history. I have spent much time on the development of poets and novelists, on modern literary aesthetics, on the editing of a literary magazine, on ... Read More
Auburn University
Weekly newspapers
University of Illinois at Chicago - Special Collections and University Archives
The collection consists of author and business correspondence, manuscripts, galleys, proof copies, publicity reviews, and financial records


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