University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
The Verse records contain submissions, correspondence, proofs, manuscripts, newspaper articles, journal issues, reviews, interviews, invoices, press releases, and promotional material. The records document the business and literary aspects of Verse. The Verse records were processed and preserved as part of the "Uncovering New Chicago Archives Project," funded with support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
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
University of Connecticut - Homer Babbidge Library
Letters from Cid Corman, Larry Eigner, Ed Sanders, and Diane Wakoski; and mss. of writings submitted by Eigner and Sanders
University of Connecticut - Homer Babbidge Library
The collection consists largely of Robert Hawley's personal papers and records relating to Oyex Press from 1963 to 1988. Includes manuscripts of poems and other writings and correspondence from authors published; business records including printers' bills and records of sales; galley proofs and other production media; unsolicited mss.; and promotional ephemera, reviews, and miscellany. Authors represented include Robert Creeley, Robert Duncan, William Everson, Denise Levertov, David Meltzer, Mary Norbert, and Charles Olson
University of Connecticut - Homer Babbidge Library
Correspondence with distributors and published authors concerning their work, printing decisions, and other matters; unsolicited mss. of writings; Ganick's personal correspondence and mss.; and miscellaneous small magazines and books. Poets represented include Bruce Andrews, Charles Bernstein, Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Theodore Enslin, Leslie Scalapino, and Ron Silliman, associated with "Language" poetry
University of California, Berkeley
Concerns his interest and activity in fine printing, particularly that of small presses. Oversize folder contains a poster for a Frederick Folger Thomas lecture on "Petroleum in Its Geological, Chemical and Economical Relations," Aug. 15 (no year)
University of California, Berkeley
Contains original drafts and proofs for a book of poetry by Philip Whalen published by Desert Rose Press. Also includes copies of correspondence sent to Whalen, and a list of queries regarding wording and editing. Also includes related artwork for cover, illustrations, book title, and a mylar print template of the author's name
University of California, Berkeley
The records contain correspondence and business records. There is one carton of poetry written by SDiane Bogus
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
Auburn University
Weekly newspapers


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