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Abstract

Papers of David Ignatow, distinguished American poet. In the 1950s and 1960s, Ignatow edited several important periodicals, among them The Beloit Poetry Journal (co-editor, 1950-1959), Nation (poetry editor, 1962-1963), Chelsea (consulting editor, 1969-1971), and the American Poetry Review (editor-at-large, 1972-1976). Ignatow taught at many colleges and universities including the New School for Social Research (1964-1965), Southampton College (1967-1968), and Columbia University (1969-1976). The accessions processed in 1987 include manuscripts and typescripts of poems dated from the 1930s to the 1970s, notebooks, and extensive correspondence. A substantial set of Ignatow's papers were processed in 1989. Almost half of these materials are general correspondence. Also included are fifteen of the poet's spiral-bound notebooks dated from 1978 to 1988; and typescripts and proof pages of three of Ignatow's more recent books, New and Collected Poems, 1970-1985, The One in the Many, and Whisper in the Dark. The accessions processed in 1993 contain a chronological collection of original manuscripts and typescripts of Ignatow's poems and prose from the early 1930s to the late 1980s, correspondence, several notebooks, a collection of essays and reviews of his work, and the writings of colleagues. The accessions processed in 1994 contain correspondence, annotated poetry drafts, short stories and articles, book production materials for Against the Evidence (1993) and Gleanings: The Uncollected Poems of the Fifties broadsides, drafts of opening remarks he gave at various ceremonies, drafts of statements he made, copies and video tapes of interviews, and some ephemera. The materials in the accession date from 1929 to 1994 with the bulk dating from the 1960s to 1980s.

Biography

David Ignatow, distinguished American poet and man of letters, was born in Brooklyn, New York, 7 February 1914, and has spent most of his life in New York City. Ignatow's parents were immigrants. His mother, Yetta Reinbach, from Austria-Hungary, was the illiterate daughter of a forest warden and his father was born a Jew in the Czarist Ukraine. After graduating from high school in 1932, Ignatow was employed as a writer in research by the Federal Government. In 1937, Ignatow married the artist Rose Graubart; their son David was born that year. From 1948 to 1960, Ignatow was office manager at his father's bookbindery, and from 1963 to 1964, before establishing his literary career, he accepted various employment as a Western Union auto messenger, a hospital admitting clerk, and a paper salesman to publishers. While so employed, Ignatow published a first book of poetry, Poems (1948), and later, The Gentle Weight Lifter (1955) and Say Pardon (1961). During the 1950s and early 1960s, Ignatow began to establish his literary career in a series of editorships, the first at the fledgling Beloit Poetry Journal, which Ignatow led from midwestern obscurity to national prominence. He was associated with BPJ from 1949 to 1958, and returned to edit the William Carlos Williams memorial chapbook in 1963. His successful political poetry issue at Chelsea led to an editorship at Nation, held from 1962 to 1963. In 1955, Ignatow's son developed serious mental illness, from which he did not recover. After 1955, Ignatow describes his writing as the record of his son's illness, and of his own recovery, years later, of faith. In 1956, a daughter, Yaedi, was born to Rose and David Ignatow.

In his academic and literary career, Ignatow was Instructor at the New School for Social Research, New York (1964-1965); Visiting Lecturer, University of Kansas, Lawrence (1966-1967); and at Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York (1967-1969). He was Poet in residence at York College of the City University of New York (1969), and from 1969, on faculty at Columbia University's School of the Arts. In the 1960s, Ignatow was active in opposition to the war in Vietnam. He participated in mass demonstrations and read at political poetry readings. He also supported the Berkeley free speech movement and the Afro-American struggle for equality. Among honors bestowed on Ignatow have been two Guggenheim Fellowships, an Award from the National Institute of Arts and Letters (1964), the Poetry Society's Shelley Memorial Award (1966), and, in 1977, the Bollingen Prize.

For further reference, see Joseph Lipari's complete bibliography, The Poetry of David Ignatow: An Introduction and Bibliography of Primary Sources, 1931-1978 (University of Washington, 1983).

Scope and Content of Collection

Accessions Processed in 1987

The accessions processed in 1987 document the life and literary career of David Ignatow. Although there is material from the 1930s and 1940s, the bulk of papers date from the mid 1950s through 1971. The collection is arranged in four series, following the author's own arrangement: 1) CORRESPONDENCE, 2) NOTEBOOKS, 3) PUBLISHED POETRY, and 4) MISCELLANEOUS: REVIEWS, INTERVIEWS AND EPHEMERA.

SERIES ONE: CORRESPONDENCE

The first series, CORRESPONDENCE, documents the literary community of the 1950s and 1960s and is divided into the following six subseries: A) General Correpondence, B) Wesleyan University, C) Beloit Poetry Journal Correspondence, D) Chelsea Correspondence, E) Nation Correspondence, F) The Newsletters Correspondence, and G) American Poetry Review Folio - Manuscript and Correspondence. This series does not include outgoing correspondence as a rule.

The first subseries, General Correspondence, is arranged alphabetically by correspondent. A folder may contain letters from several correspondents, but each correspondent is identified in the finding list.

The remaining subseries consist of correspondence relating to Ignatow's various editorships, and the separate subseries are arranged chronologically. Within each subseries, letters are arranged alphabetically, and each correspondent is assigned a separate folder.

SERIES TWO: NOTEBOOKS

The NOTEBOOKS series is divided into the following three subseries: A) Spiral Notebooks, B) Typescripts of Notebook Pages, and C) Typescripts of Edited Pages.

The first subseries, Spiral Notebooks, consists of fourteen spiral bound notebooks from which the binding has been removed and which the author has dated from 1965 to 1973. Seven of these notebooks have been restricted from use by the author's request.

The second subseries consists of the author's typescripts of notebook pages dated 1934-1971, with photocopies of typescript pages. Alternate folders of typescripts and photocopies are arranged chronologically, as dated by the author.

The third subseries consists of a typescript of the edited, published notebooks, with photocopies of the typescript in alternate folders. Though the series is dated from the 1930s to the 1970s, an important group of notebooks and corresponding typescripts, from the years 1935 to 1948, are missing having been destroyed by Ignatow's son.

SERIES THREE: PUBLISHED POETRY AND MANUSCRIPTS

The third series, PUBLISHED POETRY AND MANUSCRIPTS, is divided into the following thirteen subseries: A) The Gentle Weight Lifter (1955), B) Say Pardon (1961), C) Figures of the Human (1964), D) Rescue the Dead (1968), E) Poems, 1934-1969 (1970), F) Selected Poems - Chosen and With Intro. by R. Bly (1975), G) Facing the Tree (1975), H) The Animal in the Bush (1977), I) Tread in the Dark (1978), J) Sunlight: A Sequence for My Daughter (1979), K) Whisper to the Earth (1981), L) Leaving the Door Open (1984), and M) Miscellaneous Published Poetry.

Each subseries is devoted to a single, published book, and the subseries are arranged chronologically by publication date. Within each subseries, papers are arranged alphabetically by poem title; each title is given its own folder. These subseries consist of manuscripts and typescripts of individual poems, and notebook leaves removed from notebooks by the author, on which original versions of the folder poem are displayed. A number of notebook pages have not been identified, though the author had placed them in envelopes and assigned them to published books; these unidentified mss. are found in separate folders which follow the mss. folders of identified poems in the appropriate subseries. The folders in subseries E, Poems, 1934-1969, list page references to the published text, since the subseries text, Poems, 1934-1969, is much longer than the others; such references are not made in the other subseries. In the folders of this series, leaves are arranged in order of revision from first to finished copies. For the same reason, galleys follow the manuscript folders. The various stages of composition are gathered together to help identify the composition process.

SERIES FOUR: MISCELLANEOUS: REVIEWS, INTERVIEWS, AND EPHEMERA

The fourth series is divided into the following four subseries: A) Interviews - Open Between Us, B) Reviews, C) Miscellaneous and Ephemera, and D) Serials. The materials in this series consist of a selection of serials in which Ignatow's work appears and various reviews, interviews, introductions and essays, and lastly, ephemera. (The actual serials have been separated from the collection and added to the ANP serial collection. Patrons wanting to see these magazines need to request them by individual title.)

Accessions Processed in 1989

The accessions processed in 1989 principally cover the years 1979 through 1988, although there are some materials relating to business matters that are dated earlier. The additions are arranged in seven series: 5) CORRESPONDENCE, 6) NOTEBOOKS, 7) PUBLISHED AND UNPUBLISHED POETRY, 8) WRITINGS OF OTHERS, 9) REVIEWS, INTERVIEWS, MISCELLANEOUS AND EPHEMERA, 10) FINANCIAL RECORDS, 11) AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS and 12) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

SERIES FIVE: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE is divided into the following three subseries: A) Lists of Correspondents, B) General Correspondence, and C) Publications Correspondence. This material reveals how deeply Ignatow - as poet, critic, and devotee - was involved in the literary community during the 1980's.

The first subseries, Lists of Correspondence, includes lists (compiled and written by Ignatow himself) of correspondence, reviews, and other papers collected by the poet and his wife from 1934-78.

The second subseries is entitled General Correspondence. While there are a few copies of Ignatow's own letters attached to some of the correspondence of others, the bulk of the general correspondence subseries consists of letters written to the poet. Letters are arranged alphabetically by correspondent, with each correspondent (providing that he or she has written more than three letters) receiving his or her own folder. Within each folder, letters are arranged chronologically. Major correspondents include Ai, Robert Bly, Siv Cedering, Michael Heller, Milton Hindus, Stanley Kunitz, Ralph Mills, Jr., Roy Harvey Pearce, and Leif Sjoberg. Included is a considerable amount of correspondence from the Poetry Society of America. Ignatow was an active member of the Society throughout the 1980s, and served as its president in 1981. Also extensive is correspondence with Atlantic Monthly Press, which published Ignatow's books Facing the Tree, Tread the Dark, and Whisper to the Earth; and correspondence with the law firm of Wildman, Harrold, Allen and Dixon, which represented Ignatow in a suit against Swallow Press over the failure of payment of royalty rights for The Notebooks of David Ignatow.

The third subseries, Publications Correspondence, was originally formed in the collection processed in 1986 and was intended for correspondence relating to Ignatow's various editorships. Although Ignatow did not serve as editor of any of these periodicals in the 1980s, this subseries has been maintained in the additions. It includes correspondence from four of the presses/periodicals where he once served as editor.

SERIES SIX: NOTEBOOKS

The NOTEBOOKS series includes fifteen spiral-bound notebooks which the author dated from 1978-1988. They include drafts of poetry and prose writings, personal reflections, and strategies and ideas for teaching composition. Ignatow did not date individual entries in these books.

SERIES SEVEN: PUBLISHED AND UNPUBLISHED POETRY

The seventh series, PUBLISHED AND UNPUBLISHED POETRY, is divided into the follwing ten subseries: A) Facing the Tree (1975), B) Figures of the Human (1964), C) Leaving the Door Open (1984), D) New and Collected Poems, 1970-1985 (1986), E) The One in the Many (1988), F) Poems, 1934-1969 (1970), G) Rescue the Dead (1968), H) Tread the Dark (1978), I) Whisper to the Earth (1981), J) Miscellaneous Poetry. (All, with the exception of Miscellaneous Poetry, are devoted to single, published books, arranged alphabetically by book title.)

The majority of this material deals with Ignatow's three latest publications, Whisper to the Earth (1981), New and Collected Poems, 1970-1985 (1986), and The One in the Many (1988). Included are manuscripts, typescripts, page proofs and galleys with annotations. In general, the materials under each title are arranged in the approximate order of composition, from earliest drafts to finished copies.

Using Ignatow's own organization, the subseries New and Collected Poems, 1970-1985 was separated into further divisions -- each constituting one of the book's chapters. Each chapter contains selected works from one of his books.

The final subseries, Miscellaneous Poetry, includes typescripts, manuscripts and photocopies of poems (with revisions and annotations) written between 1934 and 1989. Although Ignatow did not arrange these items in any recognizable order, they have been ordered chronologically by decade and divided into the categories "titled" and "untitled." Within each folder, poems are arranged alphabetically by title or by first line.

SERIES EIGHT: WRITINGS BY OTHERS

The eighth series, WRITINGS OF OTHERS, is devoted to Ignatow's personal collection of some of his friends' and colleagues' work. A typescript draft and final copy of a 1983 dissertation on The Poetry of David Ignatow, 1934-1979 by Joseph Lipari constitutes the major part of this series. The draft is not annotated by either Ignatow or Lipari, and it has been divided into folders by chapters. Other entries include works by Johannes Edfelt, Michael Schell, and Roberta Smith.

SERIES NINE: REVIEWS, INTERVIEWS, MISCELLANEOUS AND EPHEMERA

The ninth series, REVIEWS, INTERVIEWS, MISCELLANEOUS AND EPHEMERA is arranged in the following four subseries: A) Interviews, B) Reviews of Ignatow's Books, C) Reviews of Other's Writings, and D) Miscellaneous and Ephemera. This series features a transcript and draft of an interview with Ignatow by Joseph Lipari. Also included is a collection of reviews of nine of Ignatow's books and a group of reviews written by Ignatow himself. Reviews for a given book are placed chronologically in a folder, and folders are arranged by book title. In the final subseries, Miscellaneous and Ephemera, are the poet's personal collection of announcements of his readings and lectures (arranged chronologically) and biographical articles (also ordered chronologically).

SERIES TEN: FINANCIAL RECORDS

FINANCIAL RECORDS is divided into the following two subseries: A) Enterprise Bookbinding Company, Inc. and B) Personal Records. This series includes papers dealing with the Enterprise Bookbinding Company, a business run by Ignatow and his father from 1948 to 1962. Also included are personal financial records, and Ignatow's commission statements from 1964-65 when he was a salesperson for the Reem Paper Corporation. Ignatow's medical records listed in this series are restricted.

SERIES ELEVEN: AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS

The eleventh series, AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS, is divided into three subseries: A) Cassette Recordings of Readings/Lectures by Ignatow, B) Recordings of Music Based on Ignatow's Poetry, C) Video Cassette Recordings. This series is devoted to Ignatow's collection of cassette and video recordings, including four recordings of the poet's own readings and lectures, recordings of musical compositions based on Ignatow's poetry, and a single videotape of the poet reading in 1986.

SERIES TWELVE: ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

This series contains fragile materials that have been pulled from the collection. Note that each of these pages has been photocopied, stamped with "Copied from Original in this Collection," and refoldered at the appropriate location within the collection.

Accessions Processed in 1993

The accessions processed in 1993 contain a chronological collection of original typed manuscripts of Ignatow's poems and prose from the early 1930's to the late 1980's; recent correspondence; several recent notebooks; a collection of essays and reviews about his work; and the writings of colleagues. The materials are arranged in eight series: 13) CORRESPONDENCE, 14) WRITINGS, 15) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS, 16) WRITINGS OF OTHERS, 17) ARTICLES ABOUT IGNATOW, 18) REVIEWS OF IGNATOW'S BOOKS, 19) INTERVIEWS, and 20) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

SERIES THIRTEEN: CORRESPONDENCE

Included in the CORRESPONDENCE series are letters (1989-1992) from journal publishers and colleagues. Among the correspondents are Mary Crow, Milton Hindus, Jerome Mazzaro, and Gary Pacernick. The materials are arranged alphabetically by author and then chronologically within the folder. Correspondents with less than three items are located in miscellaneous files by first letter of the last name.

SERIES FOURTEEN: WRITINGS

The fourteenth series, WRITINGS, is arranged in two subseries: A) Poetry and Prose and B) Notebooks. The first subseries comprises a collection of original typed manuscripts organized chronologically by Ignatow. The materials often show extensive editing and revision. In addition, there are production materials from several publications - Despite the Plainness of the Day; The One in the Many: A Poet's Memoirs; and Shadowing the Ground. Ignatow's holograph notebooks contain draft poems and prose.

SERIES FIFTEEN: MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

Among the MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS is a copy of Ignatow's resignation from the American Poetry Review.

SERIES SIXTEEN: WRITINGS OF OTHERS

The WRITINGS OF OTHERS series contains manuscript material sent to Ignatow by colleagues. The materials are arranged alphabetically by author.

SERIES SEVENTEEN: ARTICLES ABOUT IGNATOW

In the ARTICLES ABOUT IGNATOW series are located papers and articles about Ignatow's work and career.

SERIES EIGHTEEN: REVIEWS OF IGNATOW'S BOOKS

The REVIEWS OF IGNATOW'S BOOKS contains collections of reviews that are maintained in the order in which they were received.

SERIES NINETEEN: INTERVIEWS

The INTERVIEWS series includes a 1992 interview with Ignatow by Leslie Kelen.

SERIES TWENTY: ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

This series contains fragile materials that have been pulled from the collection. Note that each of these pages has been photocopied, stamped with "Copied from Original in this Collection," and refoldered at the appropriate location within the collection.

Accessions Processed in 1994

The accessions processed in 1994 include correspondence, typescripts, annotated poem drafts, book production materials, audio and video cassettes, and ephemera. The papers are dated 1929-1994, with the bulk of the material dating in the 1970s and 1980s. The additions occupy 5.4 linear feet and are arranged in the following six series: 21) CORRESPONDENCE, 22) WRITINGS, 23) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS, 24) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS, 25) RESTRICTED MATERIALS, AND 26) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

SERIES TWENTY-ONE: CORRESPONDENCE

The series, CORRESPONDENCE, contains letters from friends and colleagues. Some prominent names in this series include George Wallace, Harvey Shapiro, Norbert Krapf, and Bill Clinton (who sent a Christmas card to Ignatow). The vast majority of this correspondence is from 1993, though there are a few items from 1987 and 1992. This series is arranged alphabetically by the author's last name or by name of organization.

SERIES TWENTY-TWO: WRITINGS

The twenty-second series, WRITINGS, makes up the bulk of the 1994 accession and has been arranged in the following seven subseries: A) Annotated Poem Drafts, B) Short Stories and Articles, C) Book Production Materials, D) Broadsides, E) Opening Remarks, F) Statements, and G) Miscellaneous Photocopies.

The first subseries is Annotated Poetry Drafts. This large subseries contains mostly typescripts of previously published poems that Ignatow has revised. In some instances the original typescript accompanies the revised typescript. Also included are typescripts of new poems Ignatow wrote in recent years and, in a few instances, unrevised original typescripts. The material in this subseries dates from 1934-1993, with the bulk falling within the 1980s. This subseries is arranged alphabetically by poem title or by first line.

The second subseries, Short Stories and Articles, contains a small selection of short articles written by Ignatow on a variety of subjects. Included are diary-style writings such as "Memoirs, 1981", "1983", "1984" and "1985"; introductions and forewords written for several books of poetry; some short stories such as "An Imaginary Dialogue" and a few articles including "On the Language Poets" and "My Life with Whitman." These materials, largely undated, are arranged alphabetically by title.

The third subseries, Book Production Materials, includes materials related to the production of Against the Evidence, a collected work of Ignatow's poems published in 1993. Included is correspondence with colleagues and the editors at New England Press, lists of endorsement magazines, revised acknowledgments, galley proofs, page proofs, and paste ups. Also included in this series is a computer print-out of Gleanings: The Uncollected Poems of the Fifties. This is a book by Ignatow apparently published for the first time by Grist on Line a poetry magazine and publisher on the Internet. These materials are arranged first by title of the book, and then alphabetically by subject.

The fourth subseries, Broadsides, has been separated from the collection, catalogued and placed in UCSD's Archive for New Poetry.

The fifth subseries, Opening Remarks, contains typescripts of several introductory speeches Ignatow was asked to give at poetry readings and awards ceremonies. In these remarks, he discusses the particular merits and achievements of the poets he was asked to introduce. Events include the awards ceremony given by the Poetry Society of America and the Academy of American Poets. Some of the poets introduced are Adrienne Rich, Stanley Kunitz, Harvey Shapiro and Ted Weiss. This material, largely undated, is arranged alphabetically by the name of the event.

The sixth subseries, Statements, contains what appears to be several short press statements or comments to be quoted in reviews or introductions for books. The topics of these statements include Harvey Shapiro, De Palchi, the book The Cave Dwellers, and form in American poetry. Mostly undated, this small subseries is arranged alphabetically by either title or subject.

The seventh subseries, Miscellaneous Photocopies, contains about 200 photocopies of published poems by Ignatow. These are the photocopies of poems Ignatow used for the annotated poem drafts in the first subseries. Because of the large quantity and awkwardness of these materials, they were kept in the order in which they were received.

SERIES TWENTY-THREE: BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS & EPHEMERA

The twenty-third series, BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS & EPHEMERA, contains several transcripts and two video tapes of interviews given by Ignatow, an old autograph book dated 1929-1930 filled with signatures of Ignatow's classmates, a button which reads "How do you say Ignatow?" and some autobiographical texts written by Ignatow at unknown dates. These materials are arranged alphabetically by subject.

SERIES TWENTY-FOUR: MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

The twenty-fourth series, MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS, contains materials that do not relate to the other series in this collection. Included are two portraits of Ignatow done by Amy Sillman in 1990, a syllabus for a poetry writing workshop, and a typescript of two poems written by David Ignatow Jr. at the age of five. These materials are arranged alphabetically by type of material or by subject.

SERIES TWENTY-FIVE: RESTRICTED MATERIALS

The twenty-fifth series, RESTRICTED MATERIALS, contains recommendations written by Ignatow for students and colleagues. This material has been arranged alphabetically according to the name on the letter head Ignatow used to compose the recommendation. For information on these materials, see the note "Restrictions" at the beginning of this document.

SERIES TWENTY-SIX: ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

This series contains fragile materials that have been pulled from the collection. Note that each of these pages has been photocopied, stamped with "Copied from Original in this Collection," and refoldered at the appropriate location within the collection.

Accessions Processed in 1987

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1 1 Abramson, Neal Re: Abraxas.
1 2-8 Academy of American Poets, 1963 - 1978.
1 9 Accent.
1 10 Ackerman, Harold.
1 11 Ackerson, Diane; Adams, Barbara; Adams, Jonathan; Adelphi University; Adler, Larry.
1 12 Agni Review; Alderman, Elizabeth; Aldrich, Mike.
1 13 Aleph; Alexander, Lowell; Alfred University; Allen, Gay Wilson; American Association of University Professors; American Friends Service.
1 14 American International Sculptors' Symposium, American Jewish Congress, American Libraries, American Literary Association, American Poetry Magazine.
1 15-23 American Poetry Review, 1972 - 1977, undated.
1 24 Ammons, A.R.; Anaesthesia Review; Anchor Books; Andersen, Len; Andre, Michael; Angoff, Charles; Animal Press; Ann [?]; Anonym Quarterly; Ant, Howard.
1 25 Antin, David; Antin, Eleanor.
1 26 Antioch College; Anitoch Review; Appel, Allan.
1 27 Appleman, Phillip; Appleman, Sarah; Arditty, Lester; Arion's Dolphin;.
1 28 Arizona, University of; Arnold, Joan.
1 29-30 Arrowsmith, William, 1972 - 1978.
1 31 Artists' and Writers' Fund; Arts Council of Great Britain; Arts Development Associates; Arts in Society; Ashanti, Asa.
2 1 Asher, Elise; Ashland Poetry Press; Association of Local Poets; Atheneum.
2 2-8 Atlantic Monthly, 1973 - 1978.
2 9 Audience; Augustine, Jane.
2 10-11 Axelrod, David, 1971 - 1978.
2 12 Baar, Bennett and Fullen; Bacon, Helen; Balaban, John; Baldwin, Neil; Baleen Press; Bantam Books; Bar-Ilan University; Barataria Review.
2 13 Bard College; Barkan, Stanley; Barker, Susan; Barmason, Gudrun; Barnstone, Willis; Barth, John; Bartlett, Elizabeth; Basement Workshop.
2 14 Basic Books; Bass, Madeline.
2 15 Baum, Jenny; Baum, Joan; Bauman, Frederick; Baumbach, Jonathan; Beal, Ann; Beal, Harley Jr.
2 16 Becker, Carol.
2 17 Becker, Robin; Beckett, Tom.
2 18 Beeler, Tom; Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library; Bell, Marvin; Bellarmine College Library; Bellevue Press; Bellow, Saul (secretary).
2 19-27 Beloit Poetry Journal, 1950 - 1978.
2 28 Bemidji State College.
2 29-30 Benedikt, Michael, 1974 - 1978.
2 31 Bengtson, David.
2 32-40 Berg, Steve, 1973 - 1976.
3 1 Berge, Carol; Berghof, Herbert; Berman, Cassia; Berrigan, Daniel; Berrigan, Ted; Berry, Tanya.
3 2-3 Berry, Wendell, 1964 - 1976.
3 4 Berson, Miriam; Berssenbrugge, C. C.; Bertolino, Jim; Beschta, Jim; Best Articles and Stories; Best Cellar Press; Beth Israel Hospital; Between Worlds; Biderman, Sol; Big Apple Poetry Contest.
3 5 Bilderback, Carolyn; Bingham, Bill; Bishop, Elissa; Bits; Black and White.
3 6 Black Sparrow Press.
3 7 Blackbox.
3 8 Blackburn, Joan; Blackburn, Paul; Blackburn, Sara; Blacksmith; Bleiberg, German; Blind Alley Press; Bluegrass Poetry Circuit; Bly, Carol.
3 9-15 Bly, Robert, 1950 - 1978, undated.
3 16 Bobbs-Merrill Co.; Booth, Pierre; Borenstein, Emily; Boston University.
3 17-20 Boundary 2, 1971 - 1977.
3 21 Bourjaily, Vance; Boxer, Fay; Boxspring; Boychuck, Bohdon; Bradley, Sam; Brainard, Franklin.
3 22-23 Brand, Millen, 1969 - 1976.
3 24 Brandt and Brandt; Braude, Michael; Braun, Henry.
3 25 Braziller, George; Bremyer, Jay; Brin, Ron; British Broadcasting Corp.; Bromley, Bruce; Brooklyn College.
3 26 Brooks, Cora; Broome Community College; Brown, Elizabeth; Brown, Walter; Brown University; Browne, Michael Dennis; Buckley, Dana.
3 27 Bucknell University; Bueno, William; Bullock, Marie; Burford, William; Burney, William; Burns, R. Bruce.
3 28 Burnshaw, Stanley.
3 29 Butscher, Edward; Butt: A Quarterly.
4 1 Cabalquinta, Luis; Caetani, Marguerite; Cafeteria Magazine; Cahoon, Herbert; Caim; California, Berkeley, University of; California, Davis, University of.
4 2 California State College at Los Angeles; California State University, Northridge; California State University, San Jose; Canto; CAPS.
4 3 Carleton Miscellany; Carney, Janet; Carr, David; Carroll, Paul; Carruth, Hayden; Case Western Reserve; Casey, Michael.
4 4 Cazin, Alfred (?); Cedar Rock; Changes.
4 5 Channel 13; Channel 21; Chaplynski, Phyllis; Charioteer Press; Chase, Ron; Chaves, Anna Craveli; Cherner, Anne; Cherry, Herman.
4 6 Chicago Jewish Forum.
4 7 Chicago Review; Chicago Tribune.
4 8 Children's Book Council; Chilton, Margaret.
4 9 Chisholm, Scott.
4 10 Ciardi, John.
4 11 Cincinnati, Univ. of; Clark, Frank.
4 12 Clark, LaVerne.
4 13 Clark, Thomas; Clemente, Vince; Cleveland Institute of Art; Cleveland State Univ.; Cliff, Chip; Cline, Mary; Coates, Carroll.
4 14 Coffey, Marilyn; Cohen, Marvin; Cohen, Mindy; Colb, Norman; Colby College; Cole, Thomas; Cole, William; Collison, Jack; Colorado College; Colorado State University.
4 15-16 Columbia University, 1964 - 1977.
4 17 Columbia Writers Assoc.; Columbus Publications; Comford, Adam.
4 18 Commentary.
4 19 Committee in the Public Interest; Compass; Confrontation; Connecticut, University of; Connellan, Leo; Contemporary Literary Criticism.
4 20 Contoski, Victor.
4 21 Cook, Margaret; Cookson, William; Cooper, Jane.
4 22 Cooperman, Stanley; Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines; Corman, Cid; Corte, Carlo della.
4 23 Craft Horizons; Stephen Crane Society; Creative Artists Services; Creeley, Robert; Crews, Judson; Croft Educational Services; Cronos; Croupier Press.
4 24 Crow, Mary; Crown Publishers; Cubiculo Theatre.
4 25 Cullen, John; Cultural Council Foundation.
CUNY (City University of New York).
4 26 Baruch College -Chancellor's office -City College -Finley Program Agency.
4 27 Hunter College -Manhattan Community College -New York City Community College -Professional Staff Congress -Queens College -Research Foundation -Richmond College.
4 28 York College.
4 29 Dacey, Philip.
4 30 Dacotah Territory.
4 31 Dahlberg, Edward.
4 32 Dalmas, Victor; Damascus Road; D'Ambrosio, Vinnie-Marie; Dartmouth College; Dash, Robert; Daves, Joan; Davidoff, Susan; Davidson, David.
4 33 Davidson, Michael; Davis, Sally.
4 34-35 Davison, Peter, 1973 - 1978.
4 36 De Boer, B.; De Loach, Allen; De Palchi, Alfredo.
4 37 Debenham, W. S.; Decal Press; December.
4 38-39 Decker Press, 1945 - 1950.
5 1 Degnan, June Oppen; Dern, Emil.
5 2 Deutch, Richard; Deutch, Yvonne; Deutsch, Andre; Deutsch, Babette.
5 3 Dharmadhatu Buddhist Meditation Center; DiPalma, Raymond; Dickey, R. P.; Dickstein, Morris; Dillard, Emil; Dimension; Diner, Steven; Diorio, Margaret; DiPietro, Marylou.
5 4-10 Distler, Bette, 1971 - 1978.
5 11 Dobell, Edith; Dodson, Owen; Dolan, Marie; Doubleday; Dowden, George.
5 12 Dowlin, John.
5 13 Dowling College; Doyle, Paul; Dramatists' Forum; Dreisin, Steven; Drury, Bart; Duffy, William.
5 14 Dugan, Alan; Dunn, Stephen; Dunning, Stephen; Durem, Ray; Dutchess Community College; Dworzan, Helene; Dwyer, David.
5 15 Earthwords; East Texas State University.
5 16 Eberhart, Richard.
5 17 Ecco Press; Eckerle, Thomas; Edelson, Morris; Edge; Edinboro State College; Editors; Edson, Russell; Efron, Arthur; Egan, Michael; Eigner, Larry.
5 18 Elizabeth Press.
5 19 Elman, Richard; En Passant; Encylopaedia Judaica; Enslin, Ted; Epoch; Erebus Press.
5 20 Eshleman, Clayton; Eskow, John; Esquire; Etc.; Evening Standard.
5 21 Everett, Graham.
5 22 Evola, Chris.
5 23 Faerstein, Howard; Fairmont State College; Falcon; Farrar, Straus and Giroux; Faulconer, Anne; Fay, Julie; Fearing, Kenneth; Feldman, Irving.
5 24 Ferguson Library.
5 25 Field; Field, Edward; Fine, Malinka Rosen; Fine, Philip.
5 26 Fine Arts Work Center; Finkel, Donald; Finlay, Ian Hamilton.
5 27 Finley, Mike; Fireweed; Fischer, Marilyn; Fisher, George William; Fishman, Charles; Fixell, Larry; Fjelde, Rolf; Flint Community Jr. College.
5 28 Floyd, Bryan; Fogel, Al; Folkways/Scholastic Records; Follansbee, Pete; Follett Publishing Co.; Fordham University.
5 29 Fore Publications; Forman, Miriam; Forst, Barbara; Fowler, John.
5 30 Fox, Civ; Fragments; Franklin and Marshall College; Fredman, Steve.
5 31 Freeman, Arthur; Freund, Jacob; Friedberg, Martha; Friedman, Dorothy; Friedman, Norman.
5 32 Friend, Robert.
5 33 Frontier Press; Frostbite; Frumkin, Gene; Frye, Burton; Fuchs, Dan.
6 1 Gabriel, Dan; Gaess, Roger; Gainsbrugh, Glen; Gale Research Co.; Galesi, Merete; Galin, Saul; Gallant, Gerald; Gallimaufry; Galvin, Brendan; Gantt, H.; Ganz, Abraham.
6 2 Garamella, Glen; Gardner, Sarah; Gay, Mac; Geiger, Susan; Geller, Mike; Genesis; Genge, Paul; Georgia Review; Gershon, Karen; Gethsemani, Abbey of; Gilmore, Louis; Ginsberg, Allen.
6 3-4 Giop, Sonia Raiziss, 1950 - 1976.
6 5 Gioseffi, Daniela; Gjelsness, Barent; Glatt, Kim Zorn; Glauber, Robert; Gluck, Louise.
6 6 Goddard College; Goldblum, Tracey; Golden Goose Press; Goldstein, Larry; Golffing, Francis; Gomer Rees Productions; Good Shepherd, Church of; Goodale, Carol.
6 7 Goodman, Miriam; Goodman, Mitch; Gordon, Mary; Gottschalk, Susan; Gover, Robert; Gramercy Book Shop.
6 8 Granite; Grathwohl, Susan; Gravida; Gray, Darrell; Graywolf Press; Great Falls Development Corp.; Greatapes.
6 9 Green, Galen.
6 10 Greenberg, Eliezer; Greenberg, Harry; Greenburgh Public Library; Greenleaf, Constance; Greenwich Books.
6 11 Gregg Smith Singers; Gridley, Roy E.; Griffin, Howard; Grilled Flowers; Gross, Barry.
6 12-13 John Simon Gugenheim Memorial Foundation, 1964 - 1977.
6 14 Guild Hall; Gulfstream; Gunn, Thom.
6 15 Gurian, Anne; Gurain, Dr. Harvey; Gustavus Adolphus College.
6 16 H., P. D.; Haag, John.
6 17 Haessler, George; Hahn, Robert; Haines, John; Haining, James; Haleakala Poetry Journal.
6 18-20 Hall, Donald, 1961 - 1978.
6 21 Hall, Emma; Hall, James; Hall, Joan; Halpern, Daniel.
6 22 Hamburger, Michael.
6 23 Hamline, Garry; Hamline University; Hammer, Dr. Leon; Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review; Hand, Joan C.
6 24 Hansen, Carsten; Harborfields Public Library; Harbourfront; Harcourt Brace Jovanovich; Hardwick, Elizabeth.
6 25 Harnack, Curtis; Harper, Michael.
6 26 Harper and Row, Inc.
6 27 Harper's Magazine.
6 28 Harris, Maguerite.
6 29 Harrison, Jim; Harrison, Tony; Hartford, University of; Hartman, Susie; Hartz, James; Harvard Advocate.
6 30 Harvard Magazine; Haseloff, Charles; Hatch, James; Hatch, Peter; Hawaii, University of.
6 31 Hawaii Review; Hawkes, Jack; Hayes, Charles; Hays, H. R.; Hazan, Joe.
6 32 Hazel, Robert.
6 33 Hearsay Broadsheets; Hearse; Heath, William; Heathers, Anne; Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Heller, Jay; Heller, Michael.
6 34 Heman, Bob; Hemschmeyer, Judith; Henner, Sol; Herald, Leon; Here and Now Magazine; Heritage Bookshop.
7 1 Hermann, Diana.
7 2 Hernton, Calvin; Herschberger, Ruth; Hesse, Joe; Heule, Sharon.
7 3 Heyen, William.
7 4-14 Hindus, Milton, 1946 - 1978.
7 15 Hirschorn, Paul.
7 16 Hitchcock, George.
7 17 Hofstra University; Hollins College; Hollo, Anselm; Holy Beggars' Gazette; Holy Cross, College of the.
7 18-20 Honig, Edwin, 1949 - 1978.
7 21 Horace Greeley High School; Horizon Press; Horovitz, Michael; Horowitz, Julius; Hotham, Gary.
7 22 Houghton Mifflin Co.
7 23 Howard Payne University; Howe, Irving; Howes, Barbara; Hubbell, Lindley.
7 24 Hudson Review.
7 25 Hudson River Anthology; Hughes, Dan.
7 26 Hughes, Langston.
7 27 Humphrey, James; Humphrey, Jennifer; Humphreys, J. R.; Humphreys, Richard; Hunt, William; Husband, John Dillon; Hutter, Donald; Hyde, Lewis.
7 28 Idaho State University; Ignatow, Archie.
7 29-32 Ignatow, David Jr., 1957 - 1978.
7 33-36 Ignatow, Rose, 1949 - 1978.
7 37-38 Ignatow, Yaedi, 1974 - 1978.
8 1 Illinois Press, Univ. of; Imagi; Indiana State University; Indiana University; Indiana Univ. Writers' Conference.
8 2 Inez, Collette; Ingegna, P. A.; Ingram Merrill Foundation; International Poetry Forum; Iowa, University of; Iowa Review.
8 3 Iris Press.
8 4 Ironwood.
8 5 Islip, Town of; Isvara, Dianuthra.
8 6 Jackinson, Alexander; Jacobs, Gayle; Jacobs, Lucky; Jacobsen, Josephine; Jaffe, Rhoda; Jamestown Community College; Jansen, Dana; Jarrell, Randall.
8 7 Jarrett, Emmett; Jenkins, David; Jeopardy; Jewish Association for Services for the Aged; Jewish Dialog; Jewish Family and Community Service; Jewish Frontier; Jewish Welfare Board.
8 8 Johnson, Helen; Johnson, Thomas.
8 9-10 Jordan, June, 1971 - 1978.
8 11 Jordan, Norman; Journal of Modern Literature.
8 12 K---[?], Dick; Kaminsky, Mark.
8 13-14 Kansas, University of, 1965 - 1967.
8 15 Kansas City Star; Kapelner, Alan; Katsivelos, S. P.; Katz, Menke; Kayak; Kazin, Alfred; Kearns, Martin P.; Keele, University of; Keeler, Elizabeth; Keller, H.
8 16 Kennedy, Terry; Kennedy, X. J.; Kenner, Hugh.
8 17 Kent State University.
8 18 Kentucky, University of; Kessler, Jascha.
8 19-23 Kessler, Milton, 1970 - 1977.
8 24 Keter, Inc.; Keystone Junior College; Kezarian, Stephen; Kibbee, Robert; Kimball, George.
8 25 Kinnell, Galway; Kirjath, Sepher.
8 26 Kirkland College; Kirschman, Rose; Kizer, Carolyn; Klar, Myra; Klemman[?], Sidney; Klimo, John; Knight, Ethridge; Knock Knock; Knoepfle, John.
8 27 Knopf, Alfred A.; Knox College; Knudson, R. Rozanne; Koek, Jacques; Kopp, Karl; Koscuiszko Foundation.
8 28-29 Kostelanetz, Richard, 1968 - 1978.
8 30 Kramer, Aaron; Krampf, Thomas; Krapf, Norbert.
8 31 Kray, Betty; Kroll, Judith; Krtuhiar, Emanuel; Kubo, Leonard; Kuhner, Herbert; Kulchur; Kuzma, Greg.
8 32 Kunitz, Stanley.
9 1 La Storta Jesuit Community; Lafayette College; Laing, Alexander; Lamar University; Lamp in the Spine.
9 2 Larsen, Erling.
9 3 Lasseter, R. A.; Laughlin, James; Lawn, Beverly; Lawrence University.
9 4 Lazard, Naomi; Lazarus; Lebanon Valley College; Lechliter, Elizabeth; Leed, Jacob; Leekly, Richard.
9 5 Legler, Philip; Leibowitz, Herbert; Leif, B.; Lemming; L'Epervier Press; Lepie, Lila; Levendosky, Charles.
9 6-8 Levertov, Denise, 1950s - 1978.
9 9 Levine, Harold; Levine, Phillip; Levine, Richard; Levis, Larry; Levy, John; Lewis, Harry.
9 10 Library of Congress.
9 11 Lieberman, Linda; Lifshitz, Leatrice; Lillabulero Press.
9 12 Lima, Robert.
9 13 Lindbloom, Nancy; Lindeman, Jack; Lintel; Linthicum, John; Lipari, Joe; Lipsitz, Lou; Literary Review.
9 14 Little, Brown and Co.; Little Caesar Press; Liu, Stephen; Living Hand; Local Tenderness.
9 15 Lock Haven State College; Locke, Duane.
9 16 Loebell, Larry.
9 17 Logan, John; London, Pearl; Long, Bob; Long Island Poetry Collective; Long Island University, C. W. Post College.
9 18-19 Long Island University, Southampton College, 1966 - 1973.
9 20 Long Pond Review; Loon; Lorde, Audrey; Lorraine, Lilith; Louisville, University of; Loujon Press; Lourie, Dick; Lowenfels, Lillian.
9 21-24 Lowenfels, Walter, 1960 - 1975.
9 25 Lower Manhattan Cultural Council; Lubin, Ernest; Lueders, Edward; Luetge, William; Luttinger, Abigail; Lycoming College.
9 26 MCA Artists; Maatstaf; Macaruso, Victor; MacBeth, George; MacDonald, Dwight; MacDowell Colony; MacLeish, Archibald (secretary).
9 27-28 MacLeod, Norman, 1952 - 1974.
9 29 MacLow, Jackson; MacManus, George; MacMillan Co.
9 30-33 MacShane, Frank, 1968 - 1978.
9 34 Madrona; Magic Changes; Mahon, Robert; Major, Clarence; Malamud, Bernard.
9 35-36 Malanga, Gerard, 1962 - 1978.
9 37 Mandelbaum, Allen; Mangione, Jerry; Mankind; Manuscript Society; Mapp, Joyce; Mardenn, Ben; Mariani, Jim; Marist College; Markfield, Wallace; Markovitz, Joe; Marquis Biographical Society.
10 1 Marriott, Mary Faith.
10 2 Martin, Peter; Martz, Louis.
10 3 Massachusetts Arts and Humanities Foundation.
10 4 Masterson, Dan; Mathis, Cleopatra; Matrix; Matthews, William; Mazur, Gail.
10 5-9 Mazzaro, Jerry, 1972 - 1978.
10 10 McAnally, Mary; McArthur, Cathy; McClelland, Don; McCord, Howard; McCormick, Margaret; McCrary, Jim.
10 11 McGrath, Tom; McHugh, Heather.
10 12 McIntosh, Sandy; McKenzie, Michael.
10 13 McKernan, John.
10 14 McMillan, Sam; Meher House Publications; Meixner, John.
10 15 Melhem, D. H.; Mercer, Caroline; Meredith, William.
10 16 Merton, Tom; Merwin, William; Meyer, Catherine; Meyer, David; Meyerson, Edward.
10 17 Miami University; Michigan, University of; Michigan Council for the Arts; Michigan Press, University of; Midcentury Authors.
10 18 Midstream; Miles, Josephine; Miles, Sara; Mill Mountain Review; Miller, Jim; Millford, Patti.
10 19-28 Mills, Ralph Jr., 1969 - 1978.
10 29 Mindell, Jonathan; Minguillon, Mark; Minnesota, University of; Minnesota Writers' Publishing House; Missouri, University of; Missouri Review; Mitchell, Martin; Mitchell, Susan; Mkritchian, Manny; Modern Language Association of America; Molbach, Irving; Moon, Samuel.
10 30-32 Mooney, Stephen, 1967 - 1970.
11 1 Moons and Lion Tailes; Moore, Jim; Moore, Mariane; Morgan, Frederick; Morgan, John; Morley, Hilda; Morse, Carl.
11 2 Mosaic; Moss, Howard; Moss, Stanley; Moul, Keith; Mount Vernon College; Mouth; Moynihan, Daniel.
11 3 Ms.; Murphy, Romaine; Murray, Genevieve; Murray, James; Murray, Philip; Muses.
11 4 Mutti, Juliana; Myers, David; Myers, Lou.
11 5-6 Myers, Neil, 1961 - 1978.
11 7 Nachman, Harvey; Nadler, A.; Nardi, Shulamit; Nass, Elyse; Nassau Community College.
11 8 Nathan, Leonard; Nation.
11 9 National Endowment for the Arts; National Institute of Arts and Letters; National Jewish Hospital at Denver; Nelms, Hugo; Nelson, Peter; Nelson, Phyllis.
11 10 Nemeth, Harriet; Neurotica; New American Library.
11 11 New American Review; New Directions; New England Poetry Club.
11 12 New Leader; New Letters.
11 13 New Mexico Quarterly; New Mexico Tec; New Moon.
11 14 New Orleans Poetry Journal.
11 15 New Quarterly of Poetry; New Republic; New School for Social Research; New York, City of; New York, State of; New York City High School Poetry Contest; New York Herald Tribune; New York Public Library.
11 16 New York Quarterly.
11 17 New York Review of Books; New York Shakespeare Festival; New York State Council on the Arts.
11 18 New York Times.
11 19 New York University; New Yorker; Newman, Richard; Nexus; Nichols, Jeanette; Niflis, Michael; Nimrod.
11 20 Nims, John; Nivola, Constantino; Nocerino, Kathryn; Noise; Nomad; Norman ---[?].
11 21 Norman, Dorothy.
11 22 Norris, Katherine; North American Review; North Carolina, University of; North Carolina Press, Univ. of; North Dakota, University of; North Dakota Council of Teachers of English; North Shore Books.
11 23 North Stone Review.
11 24 Notre Dame, University of.
11 25 Oates, Joyce Carol; Oberlin College; Ocarina; O'Desky, Leona.
11 26 Office of Intergovernmental Relations; Ohio College Library Center; Ohio Review.
11 27 Ohio University; Ohio University Press; Ohori, Susan; Old Colony Trust Co.; Oldham, Pamolu; Olivant; Olson, Toby; Ontario Review.
11 28 Oppen, George.
11 29 Oppen, Mary.
12 1 Orange Bear Reader; Orange County, Arts Council of; Oregon, University of; Organ; Ork, William.
12 2-4 Orlovitz, Gil, 1955 - 1969.
12 5 Ostroff, Anthony; Outlet; Oxford University Press; Oyez; Ozick, Cynthia.
12 6 P.E.N. American Center.
12 7 Pace College; Packard, William; Pagnucci, Gianfranco; Paintbrush; Paley, Grace; Palmer, David.
12 8 Pantheon Books; Paraclete Book Center; Pariots, Jerry; Paris Review; Park Slope Poetry Project; Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs Administration of New York; Parlatore, Anselm; Parlor City Review.
12 9 Parnassus; Parra, Nicanor; Participation Project Foundation; Partisan Review.
12 10 Patnaik, Deba; Patten, Karl; Patterson, Raymond; Paulston, Christina.
12 11 Pearce, Roy Harvey.
12 12 Pearson, Norman Holmes.
12 13 Pembroke State University; Pentre, Barbara; Pequod.
12 14 Perchik, Simon; Perlman, Jim; Perlman, John; Perspective; Peters, Robert; Petersen, Jerry.
12 15-18 Petrosky, Tony, 1971 - 1978.
12 19 Pettinella, Dora; Petty, George; Philadelphia Resistance; Phillipps, Gay; Phillips, Robert; Piche, Peter.
12 20 Pickard, Tom; Pictures Publishing Co.; Pilkington, Kevin; Pine, Martin; Pineas, Rainer.
12 21 Piorkowski, Kristina.
12 22 Piskor, Frank; Pitts, Roy; Pittsburgh, University of; Pittsburgh Press, Univ. of; Pitzer College.
12 23 Planz, Allen.
12 24 Ploughshares; Pocket Books.
12 25-26 Poetry, 1955 - 1978.
12 27 Poetry Book Society.
12 27-28 Poetry Center, 1960 - 1978.
12 29 Poetry Day Committee; Poetry in Public Places.
12 30 Poetry Miscellany; Poetry Now.
12 31 Poetry on the Buses; Poetry Project.
12 32 Poetry Society of America.
12 33-35 Poets and Writers, 1970 - 1975.
13 1 Poets' Collective; Poets for Peace; Pollak, Felix; Polly, Natale; Pomerance, Murray; Poole, Larry; Port Washington Public Library; Porter, David; Posner, David; Postgraduate Center for Psychotherapy.
13 2-6 Poulin, Al, 1972 - 1978.
13 7 Praxis; Provincetown Poets; Puffer, Barbara; Purchase Poetry Review; Purdue University.
13 8 Quarterly West; Quasha, George; Queens Council on the Arts; Quest; Questo E Altro; Quinn, Francis.
13 9 Raccoon; Radin, Doris; Rafasky, Stephen; Ragdale Foundation; Rainer, Dachine; Raiziss, Sonia; Rakosi, Carl; Randall, Margaret; Randolph Macon College; Random House; Rapoport, Janis.
13 10 Rapp and Carroll; Rapp and Whiting.
13 11 Ratner, Hilda; Ratner, Rochelle.
13 12 Ray, David.
13 13 Ray, Shreela; Recreational Activities, Inc.; Reed and Harris; Rees, Gomer S. Jr.
13 14 Reinbach, Andrew.
13 15 Remnick, David; Rendezvous; Renner, Bruce; Replanski, Naomi; Resist.
13 16 Review La Booche; Rexroth, Kenneth; Rezmerski, John; Reznikoff, Charles; Rich, Adrienne; Richards, Roger; Richmond, University of; Ridland, John.
13 17 Rigsbee, David.
13 18 Riley, Paul [?]; Rinaldi, Nick; Riverhead Junior High School; Rivers, Larry; Rizzardi, A.; Robert ---[?]; Roberts, Franklin; Rochester, University of; Rockefeller Foundation; Rockland Community College.
13 19 Rockland State Hospital.
13 20 Rodefer, Stephen; Rodman, Selden; Roecker, W. A.; Rolling Stone; Rolston, Lynn; Rood, Steve; Roodenko, Igal; Rook Society; Roseliep, Raymond; Rosenbaum, Harriet; Rosenthal, David; Rosenthal, M. L.
13 21 Roskolenko, Harry.
13 22 Ross, Jackie; Ross, Robert; Rosten, Norman; Roth, Samuel.
13 23 Rothenberg, Jerome.
13 24 Rothholz, Paula; Routledge and Kegan Paul of America; Ruder and Finn; Rudman, Mark; Rudnick, Raphael.
13 25-27 Ruffus, Stephen, 1970 - 1976.
13 28 Rukeyser, Muriel; Rutgers University; Rutsala, Vern; Ryan, Bill.
14 1 Safane, Clifford; St. Edward High School; St. James Press; St. John, Primus; St. Louis University.
14 2 St. Martin, Hardie.
14 3 St. Paul and St. Andrew, Church of; St. Paul School of Theology; Salerno, Esther; Salisbury, Stephan; San Diego City Schools; San Diego State University; Sandburg, Carl; Sandeen, Ernest; Sangster, Gina.
14 4 Sarah Lawrence College; Saskatchewan Centennial Corp.; Saturday Review; Saunders, Geraldine; Savitt, Lynne; Schaffer, Danny; Schechter, Ruth Lisa.
14 5 Scholastic Magazines.
14 6-7 Schulman, Grace, 1973 - 1978.
14 8 Schulson, David.
14 9-10 Schwerner, Armand, 1965 - 1978.
14 11 Scott, W. T.; Second Growth; Secrist, Margaret; Seidman, Hugh.
14 12 Selz, Thalia; Seminar Council; Semons, M. M.; Seneca Review; Seqouia; Sereni, Vittori.
14 13-14 Shapiro, Harvey, 1960 - 1974.
14 15 Shaw, Robert; Sheinkopf, Hank.
14 16 Shenandoah; Sheridan, Robert; Sherman, Naomi; Sherwin, Judith; Shoenfeld, Oscar; Shonwald, Tony; Silberman, Alex.
14 17 Silbert, Layle; Silkin, Jon; Silva, Janet; Silver, Howard; Simbolica; Simic, Charles; Simon and Schuster.
14 18 Simpson, Louis.
14 19 Sirota, Elene; Skillings, Roger; Skjelbred, Pamela; Skulski, Kenneth; Slotnick, Merv; Slow Loris Press.
14 20 Smith, David; Smith, Harold; Smith, Ken; Smith, William Jay; Smithsonian Institution; Smithtown Library; Snyder, Belle; Sole Proprietor; Solo Press.
14 21 Some.
14 22 Sorrentino, Gilbert; South African Broadcasting Co.; South Dakota, University of; South Dakota Review; Southampton College.
14 23 Southeast Missouri State College; Southern Illinois University; Southern Mississippi, University of; Southern Poetry Review; Southern Review; Southwest Minnesota State College; Sou'wester.
14 24 Spacks, Barry.
14 25 Spacks, Patricia; Spiar, David; Spirit That Moves Us Press.
14 26 Stafford, William; Stahl, Pirkko-Liisa; Starbuck, George; Starobin, Christina; Steele, Frank; Steelhead.
14 27 Steier, Rod; Stein, Diane; Stein, Janet; Steinberg, Robert; Stephan, Ruth; Stephens, Christopher; Stephenson, Gregory; Stephenson, Holly; Stern, Gerald.
14 28 Sternberg, Janet.
14 29 Stetler, Margaret; Stetson, Cathy.
14 30 Stevens, Holly; Wallace Stevens Journal; Still, James; Stinktree; Stocking, David; Stocking, Marion.
14 31-32 Stokes, Terry, 1969 - 1973.
14 33 Stonehill, C. A.
14 34 Stony Brook Poetics Foundation; Strand, Mark; Strauss, Barry; Street; Stroblas, Laurie; Stroblas, Murray; Stroblas, R.; Studi Critici; Stuhlmann, Gunther; Suffolk County Community College; Sultan, Stanley; Sumac Press.
14 35 SUNY (State University of New York)-Albany.
14 35-37 SUNY-Buffalo, 1950 - 1975.
14 38 SUNY-Geneseo; SUNY-New Paltz; SUNY-Old Westbury; SUNY-Purchase; SUNY-Stony Brook.
14 39 Sussman, Elliot; Svoboda, Terese.
14 40-41 Swallow Press, 1950 - 1978.
14 42 Swann, Brian.
15 1 Sward, Robert; Swarte, Madeleine; Swarts, William; Swenson, May; Sykes, Gerald; Syracuse University.
15 2 Taharally, Kenneth; Targ, Roslyn; Tarn, Nathaniel; Tate, James; Taylor, Henry; Tel-Aviv University.
15 3 Temple University; Tennessee, University of; Tennessee Poetry Journal.
15 4 Tenth Muse Corp.; Terris, Abby; Terris, Albert; Terris, Susan; Terris, Virginia.
15 5 Texas, University of; Texas A&M University; Theatre for Ideas; Thirlwall, John; Thomas Jefferson College; Thompson, Joanna; Thompson, Phyllis.
15 6 Thorn Apple; Tibbs, Ben; Tidwell, Don; Tierney, Harry; Tiger's Eye; Tigris Journal; Times Printing Co.; Titus, Virginia.
15 7 Touster, Saul.
15 8 Tractor; Trager, Carolyn; Traiger, Arthur; Trinity College; Tri-Pix Film Service.
15 9 Tri-Quarterly; Troupe, Quincy; True, Mike.
15 10 Tucker, Martin; Turco, Lewis; Turnbull, Gael; Turner, Alberta.
15 11 Unicorn Press; Union Graduate School; Union National Bank; United Church Herald; United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York; Unknown correspondent; Unmuzzled Ox.
15 12 Untermeyer, Louis; Urquhart, Robert; Utah, University of; Utah State University.
15 13 Valdosta State College; Valentine, Jean; Valley, Renee; Van Brunt, H. L.; Van Doren, Mark; Vanderbilt Poetry Review; Vanguard Press.
15 14 Vas Dias, Robert.
15 15-20 Vassar College, 1966 - 1975.
15 21 Vazakas, Byron; Ver Duft, Lee; Verble, David; Verde Valley School.
15 22 Vernon, John.
15 23 Vetere, Richard; Viereck, Peter; Viking Press.
15 24 Villa, Jose Garcia; Vinal, Harold; Vinnie ---[?]; Vogelsang, Arthur; Voices; Voss, Ralf; Vukelich, George.
15 25 W---[?], Jack; WBAI, New York; WFMT, Chicago; WGBH, Boston; Wachusett Regional High School; Wade, John Stevens.
15 26 Wagner, Linda.
15 27 Wakoski, Diane.
15 28 Walden Press; Waldman, Anne; Walker, Alice; Walker Art Center; Wallace, Robert; Wallenstein, Barry; Walloon Street Press; Walnut Street Theatre.
15 29 Walsh, Chad; Walsh, Don.
15 30-31 Wang Hui-Ming, 1971 - 1975.
15 32 Warren, Robert Penn; Washington Irving High School; Washington Post; Washington University; Wasserman, Rosanne; Wasserstrom, William; Watts, Richard; Wayne State University; Weaver, Judith.
15 33-38 Weber, Brom, 1937 - 1978.
16 1 Weber, Harry; Weber, Richard.
16 2 Weil, James; Weinberg, Helen; Weiner, Hannah; Weinlein, Gregg Thomas; Weinstein, Robert; Weisenthal, Morris; Weiser, Barbara; Weisinger, Herbert.
16 3 Weiss, Marge; Weiss, Neil.
16 4 Weiss, Theodore and Renee.
16 5 Wells, John.
Wesleyan University.
16 6 Ninety-two Theatre.
16 7-10 Olin Library, 1968 - 1972.
16 11 Honors College.
16 12 West Branch; West End; Western Massachusetts Writers' Guild; Western Reserve University; Western Review; Wheeler, Tom; Wheelock, John Hall; White, Marilyn; White, Robert.
16 13 Whiteside, Judith; Whiting, Nathan; Whitman, Ruth; Walt Whitman Birthplace Association; Walt Whitman International Poetry Center.
16 14 Whitney, J. D.; Who's Who in World Jewry.
16 15 Wickert, Max.
16 16 Wilbur, Richard; Wilde, Ina; Wilentz, Ted; John Wiley and Sons; Wilkes College; Wilkinson, Connie; Willard, Charlotte; Willard, Nancy.
16 17 William Paterson College; William Smith College; Williams, Florence; Williams, Galen; Williams, Jonathan.
16 18 Williams, M. Gilbert.
16 19 Williams, Meic; Williams, Oscar; Williams, Wayne.
16 20 Williams, William Carlos.
16 21 Williamsville North High School; H. W. Wilson Co.; Wilson, Mark; Wilson, Martha Peitzke; Wind Magazine; Windsor Review, University of.
16 22 Winner, Robert.
16 23 Winner, Sylvia.
16 24 Winograd, Henry; Wisconsin, University of; Wisconsin Union; Witt, Jack; Woessner, Warren.
16 25 Woodress, James; Worcester County Poetry Association; Word-Smith; Worth, Douglas; Wright, Ann; Wright, James; Wright, Samuel; Wright, Stephen; Wright State University.
16 26 Xenia; Yaddo.
16 27 Yale Review; Yale University; Yale University Library.
16 28 Yglesias, John.
16 29-30 Yoken, Melvin, 1970 - 1977.
16 31 Young Men's and Women's Hebrew Association; Youngerman, Sol; Zadek, Liliane; Zahm, David; Zarrow, Marla; Zegers, Kip.
16 32 Ziegler, Alan.
16 33 Ziering, Harriet; Zimmer, Max; Zimmer, Paul; Zinnes, Harriet; Zucker, Jack; Zucker, Marilyn.
16 34 Zukofsky, Louis.
16 35 Zweig, Ellen; Zweig, Paul.

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Re. BPJ 5 (Chapbook 3, Fall 1954), a special issue in memory of Walt Whitman.
18 1 Allen, Gay Wilson.
18 2 Arnett, Carroll.
18 3 Atkins, Russell.
18 4 B---[?], Bob.
18 5 Barnett, Margery.
18 6 Bell, Charles G.
18 7 Blish, James.
18 8 Bond, Pearl.
18 9 Chance, William.
18 10 DeGroot, Elise.
18 11 Eberhart, Richard.
18 12 Griffin, Howard.
18 13 Heywood, Terence.
18 14 Holmes, John.
18 15 Hooton, Harry.
18 16 Kinnell, Galway.
18 17 Kroll, Ernest.
18 18 Laughlin, James.
18 19 May, James Boyer.
18 20 Moore, Rosalie.
18 21 Olson, Charles.
18 22 Ostroff, Anthony.
18 23 Rosen, Stanley.
18 24 Rukeyser, Muriel.
18 25 Salinger, Herman.
18 26 Sandburg, Carl.
18 27 Scott, Winfield Townley.
18 28 Shapiro, Harvey.
18 29 Slaiman, Mortimer.
18 30 Smith, William Jay.
18 31 Taorello, Margaret.
18 32 Totten, Maude.
18 33 Vazakas, Byron.
18 34 Weiss, Neil.
18 35 Zukofsky, Louis.
Re. BPJ 14 (Chapbook 7, Fall 1963), a special issue in memory of William Carlos Williams.
18 36 Ammons, A. R.
18 37 Bennett, Betty.
18 38 Berge, Carol.
18 39 Bradley, Sam.
18 40 Blackburn, Paul.
18 41 Bly, Robert.
18 42 Camitta, Kristin.
18 43 Carruth, Hayden.
18 44 Creeley, Robert.
18 45 Corman, Sid.
18 46 Dash, Robert.
18 47 DePalchi, Alfredo.
18 48 Deutsch, Babbette.
18 49 Dorn, Edward.
18 50 Eckman, Frederick.
18 51 Edson, Russell.
18 52 Elman, Richard.
18 53 Enslin, Theodore.
18 54 Enzensberger, Hans Magnus.
18 55 Etter, David Pearson.
18 56 Fisher, Ron.
18 57 Finlay, Ian Hamilton.
18 58 Glauber, Robert.
18 59 Goldberg, Mimi.
18 60 Hirschman, Jack.
18 61 Hoffman, Dan.
18 62 Holmes, Ted.
18 63 Honig, Edwin.
18 64 Huff, Robert.
18 65 Jones, LeRoi.
18 66 Keith, Joel.
18 67 Laughlin, James.
18 68 Leed, Jake.
18 69 Levertov, Denise.
18 70 LeWinter, Oswald.
18 71 Lyttle, David.
18 72 Merwin, W. S..
18 73 Mills, Barriss.
18 74 Murray, Philip.
18 75 Olson, Charles.
18 76 Oppen, George.
18 77 Orlovitz, Gilbert.
18 78 Pendleton, Conrad.
18 79 Raiziss, Sonia.
18 80 Randall, Margaret.
18 81 Ray, David.
18 82 Reznikoff, Charles.
18 83 Rich, Adrienne.
18 84 Roseliep, Raymond.
18 85 Rothenberg, Jerome.
18 86 Sereni, Vittorio.
18 87 Shapiro, Harvey.
18 88 Smart, William.
18 89 Snyder, Gary.
18 90 Solt, Mary Ellen.
18 91 Sorrentino, Gilbert.
18 92 Stocking, Marion and David.
18 93 Sward, Robert.
18 94 Turnbull, Gael.
18 95 Wagner, Linda Welshimer.
18 96 Weil, Jim.
18 97 Weiss, Neil.
18 98 Weiss, Theodore.
18 99 Williams, Florence.
18 100 Wright, James.
18 101 Vazakas, Byron.
18 102 Zukofsky, Louis.
18 103 Misc. and unidentified.
18 104-105 WCW Memorial Chapbook, BPJ Ms.

Chelsea Correspondence

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Re. Chelsea 8 (October, 1960), Political Poetry Issue.
19 1 Abse, Dannie.
19 2 Allen, Donald.
19 3 Antin, David.
19 4 Bell, Charles.
19 5 Black, Byron.
19 6 Blackburn, Paul.
19 7 Bly, Robert.
19 8 Booth, Philip.
19 9 Burnshaw, Stanley.
19 10 Ciardi, John.
19 11 Collins, Durward.
19 12 Corso, Gregory.
19 13 Creeley, Robert.
19 14 Crews, Judson.
19 15 Cummings, E. E.
19 16 DeJong, David C.
19 17 DePalchi, Alfredo.
19 18 Dorn, Edward.
19 19 Duffy, William.
19 20 Duncan, Robert.
19 21 Durem, Ray.
19 22 Eberhart, Richard.
19 23 Economou, George.
19 24 Eigner, Larry.
19 25 Ferlinghetti, Lawrence.
19 26 Friend, Robert.
19 27 Foster, Richard.
19 28 Garrigue, Jean.
19 29 Ginsberg, Allen.
19 30 Goodman, Mitch.
19 31 Griffith, E. V.
19 32 Jouffroy, Alain.
19 33 Haidu, Peter.
19 34 Hall, Donald.
19 35 Hazel, Robert.
19 36 Honig, Edwin.
19 37 Hooton, Harry.
19 38 Hughes, Langston.
19 39 Justice, Dan.
19 40 Kastner, Erich.
19 41 Kinnell, Galway.
19 42 Laughlin, James.
19 43 Layton, Irving.
19 44 Lebel, Jean-Jacques.
19 45 Levertov, Denise.
19 46 McAuley, James.
19 47 McClure, Michael.
19 48 McMullen, Richard E.
19 49 Myers, Neil.
19 50 Neiman, Gilbert.
19 51 Norse, Harold.
19 52 Olson, Charles.
19 53 Olson, Elder.
19 54 Orlovitz, Gilbert.
19 55 Ostroff, Anthony.
19 56 Raiziss, Sonia.
19 57 Reavey, George.
19 58 Rexroth, Kenneth.
19 59 Rezinkoff, Charles.
19 60 Roethke, Ted.
19 61 Roskolenko, H.
19 62 Rothenberg, Jerome.
19 63 Rosten, Norman.
19 64 Schevill, James.
19 65 Scott, W. T.
19 66 Shapiro, Karl.
19 67 Simpson, Louis.
19 68 Snodgrass, W. D.
19 69 Starbuck, George.
19 70 Sward, Bob.
19 71 Vazakas, Byron.
19 72 Viereck, Peter.
19 73 Walsh, Chad.
19 74 Whalen, Philip.
19 75 Wright, James.
19 76 Zukofsky, Louis.
19 77-79 Miscellaneous and unidentified.
General correspondence.
20 1 Adams, Barbara Black.
20 2 Alotta, Robert I.
20 3 Beasley, Noel.
20 4 Beckman, Donald.
20 5 Bennett, Bruce.
20 6 Blasso, Henry T.
20 7 Breslau, A.
20 8 Broughton, Alan T.
20 9 Browstein, Michael.
20 10 Burrows, Anita.
20 11 Cain, John.
20 12 Carlson, Burton L.
20 13 Clark, L. D.
20 14 Costley, Bill.
20 15 Cohen, Gerald.
20 16 Collins, Christopher.
20 17 Coyne, Barry Lee.
20 18 Crawford, John.
20 19 Czerwinski, E. J.
20 20 Dacey, Philip.
20 21 Dallas, Stella.
20 22 Daniell, Rosemary.
20 23 Desilva, Alvaro.
20 24 Dennis, Carl.
20 25 DiCapra, Michael.
20 26 DiPalma, Ray.
20 27 Doane, Jenny Lynn.
20 28 Dwyer, David.
20 29 Edelson, Stan.
20 30 Egan, Michael.
20 31 Elman, Richard.
20 32 Evans, Lucy S.
20 33 Feraca, Jean S.
20 34 Field, Scott C.
20 35 Fischer, Helmut.
20 36 Flaherty, Doug.
20 37 Ford, Harry.
20 38 Fowler, John.
20 39 Fox, Hugh.
20 40 Fox, Siv C.
20 41 Frick, Barbara.
20 42 Giagni, Annamary.
20 43 Gilbert, Sandra.
20 44 Gjelsness, Barent.
20 45 Goldstein, Laurence.
20 46 Greene, Charles R.
20 47 Gridley, Roy.
20 48 Halliday, Mark.
20 49 Halpern, Daniel.
20 50 Haseloff, Charles.
20 51 Herschel, John.
20 52 Humphrey, James.
20 53 Isbell, Harold.
20 54 Jenkins, Paul.
20 55 Jonas, Ann.
20 56 Kempf, Joseph.
20 57 Klein, Elizabeth.
20 58 Konig, Jeanne.
20 59 Kramer, Larry.
20 60 Kriesel, Stanley.
20 61 Langford, Gary R.
20 62 Langton, Daniel J.
20 63 Lowenkron, Lauren.
20 64 Lawrence, Michael.
20 65 Levinberg, Diane.
20 66 Livingston, Thomas.
20 67 Loft, N. J.
20 68 Lyon, Mrs. George Ellen.
20 69 McEuen, James.
20 70 McKain, David.
20 71 McKernan, John.
20 72 McCartin, James.
20 73 McDonald, Barry.
20 74 McPherson, Sandra.
20 75 Masterson, Dan.
20 76 Miller, David Neal.
20 77 Miller, Michael.
20 78 Molesworth, Charles.
20 79 Moorehead, Andrea.
20 80 Morris, James Ryan.
20 81 Murphy, Peter.
20 82 Natoli, Joseph.
20 83 Nemet-Nejat, Murat.
20 84 Newborn, Jud.
20 85 Nichols, Douglas.
20 86 Nickels, Kirby.
20 87 Ostroff, Anthony.
20 88 Petesch, Natalie.
20 89 Phillips, Louis.
20 90 Piskor, Frank P.
20 91 Poniewaz, Jeffry.
20 92 Ramsey, Jarold.
20 93 Raw, Gilbert.
20 94 Reeves, Trevor.
20 95 Rollins, Diana.
20 96 Roth, Rose Ann.
20 97 Rubald, Jim.
20 98 Ryan, Michael.
20 99 Salassi, Otto.
20 100 Schechter, Avra.
20 101 Schmidt, Tom V.
20 102 Schramm, Richard.
20 103 Schwartz, Howard.
20 104 Shaw, Dyean.
20 105 Shelton, Richard.
20 106 Siegman, Judith N.
20 107 Silliman, Ron.
20 108 Simpson, Norris.
20 109 Sivack, Denis.
20 110 Spaeth, Merrie.
20 111 Stedingh, R. W.
20 112 Stuhlmann, Gunther.
20 113 Taylor, James.
20 114 Thaddeus, Janice Farrar.
20 115 Thompson, Phyllis.
20 116 Tolnay, Thomas.
20 117 Tyack, Jim.
20 118 Walsh, Marnie.
20 119 Zolynas, Al.
20 120 Zucker, Jack.
20 121 Miscellaneous and unidentified.

Nation Correspondence

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21 1 Ammons, A. R.
21 2 Armour, Richard.
21 3 Auert, Edward.
21 4 Baxandall, Lee.
21 5 Becker, Florence.
21 6 Belitt, Ben.
21 7 Blackburn, Paul.
21 8 Bly, Robert.
21 9 Bock, Fred.
21 10 Botsford, Keith.
21 11 Bradley, Sam.
21 12 Burke, Herbert C.
21 13 Burns, Robert Grant.
21 14 Cardwell, Guy A.
21 15 Carruth, Hayden.
21 16 Chapin, Barbara.
21 17 Collins, Durward.
21 18 Daniels, Guy.
21 19 DeJong, David C.
21 20 DePalchi, Alfredo.
21 21 Dowden, George.
21 22 Eaton, Charles Edward.
21 23 Elman, Richard.
21 24 Enslin, Theodore.
21 25 Etter, David Pearson.
21 26 Finlay, Ian Hamilton.
21 27 Fisher, Roy.
21 28 Galler, David.
21 29 Greene, Jonathon.
21 30 Gregor, Arthur.
21 31 Hall, Donald.
21 32 Harris, Marguerite.
21 33 Hatch, Robert.
21 34 Herschberger, Ruth.
21 35 Hindus, Milton.
21 36 Hoistad, W. K.
21 37 Hollo, Anselm.
21 38 Holmes, Ted.
21 39 Honig, Edwin.
21 40 Hughes, D. J.
21 41 Johnson, Geoffrey.
21 42 Jones, LeRoi.
21 43 Kahn, H.
21 44 Katzman, Al.
21 45 Katzman, Don.
21 46 Kauffman, George.
21 47 Keith, Joel.
21 48 Klein, H. Arthur.
21 49 Konigsberg, L. J.
21 50 Leed, Jake.
21 51 Levertov, Denise.
21 52 Liben, Meyer.
21 53 Lindeman, Judy.
21 54 Lipsitz, L.
21 55 Logan, John.
21 56 McWilliams, Carey.
21 57 Malanga, Gerard.
21 58 May, J. B.
21 59 Miller, John N.
21 60 Miroshink, Joseph.
21 61 Montgomery, John.
21 62 Morgan, Edwin.
21 63 Murray, Philip.
21 64 Nelson, Dale.
21 65 Nigri, Lampugnami.
21 66 Orlovitz, Gilbert.
21 67 Raiziss, Sonia.
21 68 Randall, Elizabeth.
21 69 Randall de Mondragon, Marg.
21 70 Rebsamen, Frederick.
21 71 Reznikoff, Charles.
21 72 Rivera, William.
21 73 Rubin, Larry.
21 74 Rubin, Julius.
21 75 Schachter, Harry.
21 76 Schwerner, Armand.
21 77 Sereni, Vittorio.
21 78 Shapiro, David.
21 79 Shapiro, Harvey.
21 80 Simmons, J. Edgar.
21 81 Simpson, Louis.
21 82 Snyder, Gary.
21 83 Stone, Ed.
21 84 Sward, Robert.
21 85 Swenson, May.
21 86 Tagliabue, John.
21 87 Thompson, Barbara.
21 88 Trachtman, Paul.
21 89 Vazakas, Byron.
21 90 Watkins, Vernon.
21 91 Weisenthal, Morris.
21 92 Weiss, Neil.
21 93 Williams, Jonathon.
21 94 Wright, James.
21 95 Zahn, Curtis.
21 96 Zukofsky, Louis.
21 97 Miscellaneous and page proofs.

The Newsletters Correspondence

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21 98 Alvarez, Lynne.
21 99 Cervantes, James V.
21 100 Distler, Bette.
21 101 Goldberg, Becky F.
21 102 Harris, Jana.
21 103 Heller, Michael.
21 104 Istel, John.
21 105 Kallet, Marilyn.
21 106 Kearney, Lawrence.
21 107 Kudaka, Geraldine.
21 108 Mazzaro, Jerome.
21 109 Thompson, Phyllis.
21 110 Unidentified.

American Poetry Review Folio - Manuscripts & Correspondence

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22 1 Augustine, Jane.
22 2 Brooks, Cora.
22 3 Connellan, Leo.
22 4 Crow, Mary.
22 5 Hacker, Marilyn.
22 6 Hyde, Lewis.
22 7 Hazel, Robert.
22 8 Ignatow, Yaedi.
22 9 Levendosky, Charles.
22 10 Murray, Phillip.
22 11 Perchik, Simon.
22 12 Petrosky, Tony.
22 13 Planz, Allen.
22 14 Ray, Shreela.
22 15 Rudman, Mark.
22 16 Sherwin, Judy.
22 17 Svoboda, Terese.
22 18 Terris, Virginia.
22 19 VanSpanckeren, Kathryn.
22 20 Ziegler, Alan.
22 21 Photocopies of manuscript.

NOTEBOOKS

Spiral Notebooks

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23 1-7 1972 - 1978.
24 1-2 1965 - 1973.
24 7 1978.

Typescripts of Notebook Pages

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25 1 Indices to Notebooks passages.
25 2 Ms. corrections; contents table; editors' choices.
25 3-4 1934 - undated.
25 5-24 1950 - 1955.
26 1-21 1955 - 1959.
27 1-23 1959 - 1965.
27 24 Photocopy of typescript with author's note: "Insert marked passages in proper years--1960, 1963-64, 1965".
28 1-10 1965 - 1966.
28 11 Photocopy of pages dated 1970.
28 12-21 1971.

Typescripts of Edited Notebooks

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29 1-4 1934-1951; pp. 1-26.
29 5-7 1951-1952; pp. 27-60.
29 8-10 1953-1954; pp. 61-98.
29 11-13 1955; pp.99-131.
29 14-16 1956-1957; pp. 132-168.
29 17-19 1958-1959; pp. 169-199.
29 20-22 1960; pp. 200-232.
29 23-25 1961-1962; pp. 233-263.
29 26-28 1963-1964; pp. 264-297.
29 29-30 1965-1968 - Copies.
30 1 1965-1968; pp.298-341, 1965 - 1968.
30 2-4 1969-1970; pp.342-356.
30 5-7 1971; pp. 357-396.
30 8 Notebooks, selection for North Stone Review.
30 9-10 Author's selections, with note: "Literary comments from notebooks starting August 1, 1950".

PUBLISHED POETRY AND MANUSCRIPTS

The Gentle Weight Lifter (1955)

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31 1 TS of front pages and first section of book.
31 2 TS of second section.

Say Pardon (1961)

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31 3-4 Printer's typescript - Some annotations and poems are marked with place of first publication.
31 5 Page proofs.

Figures of the Human (1964)

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31 6, 9 Galley pages.
31 7-8 Editor's mock up - Includes the first place of publication at the bottom of page.

Rescue the Dead (1968)

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31 10 Galley pages.
31 11 Printers set of galley pages.

Poems, 1934-1969 (1970)

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32 1 Adolescence, p. 6.
32 2 Adonis, p. 75.
32 3 Aestetics II, p. 77, 1954.
32 4 Aganist the Evidence, p. 242, 1965 - 1966.
32 5 All the Atom Bombs and Bombers, p. 180.
32 6 America, America, p. 171, 1968 - 1969.
32 7 And He Will Fail, p. 24.
32 8 And the Wind Comes, p. 67, 1959.
32 9 Appointment Card, p. 165, 1961.
32 10 At A Dance, p. 65, 1957.
32 11 At Home, p. 16.
32 12 At the Museum, p. 115.
32 13 At the Zoo, p. 44 (one TS has on it a MS version by Robert Bly), 1946.
32 14 Autumn Leaves, p. 8.
32 15 Bagel, p. 218.
32 16 Blue Danube, p. 162.
32 17 Bowery, p. 33 - Note indicates that the TS was annotated in part by Robert Bly.
32 18 Brief Cases, p. 255, 1969.
32 19 Brooding, p. 39 (one TS annotated in part by Robert Bly), ca. 1942.
32 20 Case History, p. 182, 1964.
32 21 Cash and Carry, p. 167, 1960.
32 22 Castaway, p. 185 (annotated in part by Robert Bly).
32 23 Christmas Improvisations, p. 84, 1965.
32 24 Clinic, p. 32.
32 25 Come, p. 56.
32 26 Communion, p. 64, 1960.
32 27 Communion, p. 68, 1958.
32 28 Consolation, p. 98 (one TS annotated in part by Robert Bly).
32 29 Cookout, p. 170, 1961 - 1962.
32 30 Country Living, p. 161.
32 31 Credo II, p. 62, 1957 - 1958.
32 32 Day My Dream, p. 23.
32 33 Directive, p. 151, 1959.
32 34 Doctor, p. 75, 1952.
32 35 Droll Husband, p. 15.
32 36 Duck, I Tell You, Is Not Resting, p. 79.
32 37 Ecology, p. 63-64.
32 38 Emergency Clinic II, p. 162, 1961.
32 39 Epilogue for FDR, p. 27, 1948 - 1949.
32 40 Falling Asleep Thinking of Teeth, p. 154 (one TS annotated by Robert Bly), 1963.
32 41 Feeling with My Hands, p. 259.
32 42 First Coffin Poem, p. 257.
32 43 First on TV, p. 175.
32 44 Folk Singer, p. 11.
32 45 For a Friend, p. 8 (one TS anotated in part by Robert Bly).
32 46 For My Daughter, p. 187.
32 47 For My Mother, p. 11.
32 48 For the Night, p. 159, 1965.
32 49 For Those Who Will Take My Place, p. 77.
32 50 Forks with Points Up, p. 10.
32 51 Glimpse of e. e. cummings, 1962.
32 52 Headline: Prisoner Without Remorse, p. 164.
32 53 Hospital Clerk (For Walt Whitman), p. 47 (annotated by Robert Bly).
32 54 How to be right, p. 76 (annotated by Robert Bly).
32 55 Hunger on TV, p. 169, 1960.
32 56 Hurry Hurry, p. 49, 1949.
32 57 I Don't Want To, p. 258, 1969.
32 58 I Once Had an Enemy, p. 85, 1957.
32 59 I See a Truck, p. 230.
32 60 Ice Cream Parlor, p. 83.
32 61 Allusion, p. 114.
32 62 In Absentia, p. 212.
32 63 In an Open Palm, p. 151, 1961.
32 64 In Childhood, p. 152 (one TS annotated in part by Robert Bly).
32 65 In My Room, p. 44, 1945.
32 66 In the Street, the Bug Cars Scuttle and Shoot, p. 77, 1954.
32 67 Independence, p. 31.
32 68 Inheritance, p. 213.
32 69 Integers, p. 152.
32 70 Interior Dialogue, p. 9.
32 71 Journey, p. 149.
32 72 Jungle Talk, p. 65.
32 73 Last Attempt, p. 156.
32 74 Leaping from Ambush, p. 153 (annotated by Robert Bly).
32 75 Learning to Scratch.
32 76 Let the Bombs Hang in Air a Moment, p. 86.
32 77 Life as a Frog, p. 71 (annotated by Robert Bly).
32 78 Lives II, p. 91.
32 79 Longest Knives, p. 29 (annotated in part by Robert Bly).
32 80 Love me Love My Bombs.
32 81 Love Poem for the Forty-Second Street Library, p. 158, 1964.
32 82 Lovers, p. 20, ca. 1940s.
33 1 Man Who Attracts Bullets, p. 69, 1958.
33 2 Marriage, p. 16 (one TS annotated in part by Robert Bly), 1940.
33 3 Meditation on Violence, p. 23.
33 4 Memories of a Horseman, p. 18.
33 5 Mirrors, p. 30, ca. 1940s.
33 6 Morning, p. 260, 1969.
33 7 Murderer, p. 21.
33 8 My Arms Raised Above My Head, p. 85.
33 9 My Beard Rough as the Beginning, p. 82, 1961.
33 10 My Life Has Been a Seeking, p. 71, 1958.
33 11 My Native Land, p. 179, ca. 1960s.
33 12 My Neighbor, p. 11, 1934.
33 13 My Place, p.190, ca. 1960s.
33 14 Neighbors, p. 10.
33 15 Next to Die, p. 184.
33 16 Nice Guy, p. 217 (annotated by Galway Kinnell).
33 17 Night Life, p. 154.
33 18 Typescripts of notebook pages, p. 157, 1960.
33 19 Nocturne, p. 41, 1941 & 1946.
33 20 Note on Turgenev.
33 21 Nourish the Crops, p. 214.
33 22 Off to the Cemetary, 1964.
33 23 Old Man Looks at the (1969, one TS annotated by Robert Bly).
33 24 Open Boat, p. 228 (annotated by Galway Kinnell).
33 25 Origins, p. 3, ca. 1930s.
33 26 Outlaw, p. 70, ca. 1940s.
33 27 Pale Skin, p. 6, ca. 1930s.
33 28 Pardon Keeps the Sun, (one TS annotated by Robert Bly), ca. 1930s.
33 29 Paymaster, p. 73, ca. 1950s.
33 30 Peace for Awhile, p. 40 (annotated by Robert Bly), ca. 1942.
33 31 Physical Love, p. 18, ca. 1940s.
33 32 Poem (I am tired of you...), p. 42 (annotated in part by Robert Bly), ca. 1943.
33 33 Poems the Dead Know by Heart, p. 150 (one TS annotate in part by Robert Bly, 1960.
33 34 Political Cartoon, p. 176, 1967.
33 35 Premonitions, p. 33, ca. 1940s.
33 36 Pricing, p. 72 (one TS annotated by Robert Bly), 1956.
33 37 Reading at Night, p. 87, 1954.
33 38 Rescue the Dead, p. 218 (one TS annotated by Galway Kinnell).
33 39 Reversals, p. 167 (the TS is attributed to "John Smith"), 1962.
33 40 Ritual, One, Two, and Three, p. 223 (one TS annotated by Galway Kinnell), 1967 - 1968.
33 41 Secret Crumbs, p. 181, 1961.
33 42 Secretly, p. 246 (annotated by Galway Kinnell).
33 43 Sediment, p. 221 (annotated by Galway Kinnell).
33 44 Signal, p. 235 (annotated by Galway Kinnell).
33 45 Sometimes on the Subway You See a Face..., (half the page is filled with MS), ca. 1950s.
33 46 Spring, p. 184, ca. 1960s.
33 47 Stages, p. 78, 1958.
33 48 Statement for the Times, 1941.
33 49 Steps for Three--A Prose Poem, p. 155.
33 50 Suite for Marriage, p. 219.
33 51 Tenderness, p. 42, ca. 1940s.
33 52 Dressing, p. 26, ca. 1940s.
33 53 They Put a Telephone in His Coffin, p. 256.
33 54 This Woman, p. 82, 1957 & ca. 1960s.
33 55 Three, p. 3.
33 56 Turnings, p. 81, 1955 - 1959.
33 57 Us, p. 179, 1966 - 1967.
33 58 Versicle and Repose, p. 256, 1965.
33 59 Waiting Inside, p. 262, 1969.
33 60 We are Reliving Dead Men's Lives, p. 19, ca. 1940s-1950s.
33 61 Where I am going, p. 185 (one TS annotated by Robert Bly), 1964.
33 62 Where Nothing is Hidden, p. 160, ca. 1960s.
33 63 Where There is Life, (one TS annotated by Robert Bly), ca. late 1960s.
33 64 While I Live, p. 260, 1969.
33 65 White Ceiling, p. 25, ca. 1940s.
33 66 Working Principle, p. 26 (one TS annotated by Robert Bly), ca. 1940s.
33 67 Zoo Lion, p. 74.
33 68 Unidentified manuscript.
33 69-72 Poetry manuscripts, unbound pp. 1-208.
34 1 Poetry manuscripts, unbound pp. 209-269.
34 2-4 Poetry manuscripts, unbound pp. 1-263.

Selected Poems - Chosen and w/intro by Robert Bly (1975)

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Facing the Tree (1975)

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34 8 Assassin, 1971.
34 9 At This Moment, 1971.
34 10 Autumn, 1970.
34 11 Autumn I, 1971.
34 12 Backyard, 1965 - 1966.
34 13 Biography, undated.
34 14 Diner, 1972.
34 15 Each Day, undated.
34 16 Express Your Will, 1967.
34 17 Fingernails, 1956.
34 18 For..., 1964.
34 19 For John Berryman, undated.
34 20 The Fork I Raise..., 1972.
34 21 Future, ca. 1960s.
34 22 Going Down, 1958.
34 23 He Moves Straight Before Him, ca. 1960s.
34 24 I Wonder Who Is Next, 1971.
34 25 I'm Here, 1971.
34 26 In a Dream, 1971.
34 27 Information, 1970.
34 28 In Season, 1972.
34 29 In the End is the Word, ca. 1950s.
34 30 In This Dream, ca. 1960s.
34 31 In This Dream I'm an Indian, 1970.
On verso of one TS is a MS beginning "I'm a rocket..."
34 32 I Shake My Fist at a Tree, 1970.
34 33 I Showed Them My Wound, 1972.
34 34 Legend of Youth, ca. 1940s.
34 35 Letter to a Friend, 1969.
34 36 Linguistics, 1969 - 1970.
34 37 Make Up a Poem..., 1972.
34 38 Melpomene in Manhattan, 1956.
34 39 Moral Tale, ca. 1970s.
34 40 My Own Line, 1964.
34 41 My Poetry Is for the Night, ca. 1960s.
34 42 My President Weeps, 1972.
34 43 Now Celebrate Life and, undated.
34 44 Once There Was a Woman, 1970.
34 45 Peace Belongs with the Birds, ca. 1950s.
34 46 Prose Poem in Six Parts.
34 47 Reading the Headlines, 1971.
34 48 Refuse Man, undated.
34 49 Said a Voice to Me, 1970.
34 50 Sh, This Poem Wants to Say Something, undated.
34 51 Somehow it does not write itself..., undated.
34 52 Spinning, 1972.
34 53 Subway, 1950.
34 54 Talking to Myself, 1972.
34 55 Their Mouths Full, 1958.
34 56 Thinking, undated.
34 57 Triptych, 1971.
34 58 Weather, 1972.
34 59 When I See Fish Swimming in Water, 1970 - 1971.
34 60 When News Came to His Death, 1971.
34 61 Where is a Rock to Bore a Hole Through, undated.
34 62 With My Back, 1955 - 1956.
34 63 Zoo, undated.
35 1-3 Photocopy of book with Paul Zweig's choices.
35 4-6 Printer's copy of book.
35 7 Page proofs.
35 8 Master page proofs, two sets, second set signed of by Ignatow.
35 9 Duplicate page proofs.
35 10 Duplicate galleys.

The Animal in the Bush (1977)

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35 11 And I woke with the terror that each poet..., 1976.
35 12 As I endure the silence..., 1969.
35 13 Conversation, 1974.
35 14 Definition, 1948.
35 15 Help Me Grow, 1972.
35 16 Hey leaf, do you know me?, 1972.
35 17 I amuse myself by studying the cars in the street..., 1955.
35 18 I want a poem out of this living..., 1965.
35 19 Looking out on the still garden..., undated.
35 20 Offspring, ca. 1950s.
35 21 On edge, it is this tension in me that builds a statue, 1956.
35 22 On poetry, 1958.
35 23 Pen, 1972.
35 24 Poet, undated.
35 25 Poet in Broad Daylight, ca. 1970s.
35 26 Writing, ca. 1940s.
35 27 Photocopy TS of the book.

Tread in the Dark (1978)

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36 1 Abandoned Animal, 1960.
36 2 Account in the Present Tense of How It All Happened, undated.
36 3 Apocrypha, undated.
36 4 As We Walk Our Lives, undated.
36 5 At Night, I Think I Will Meet the One, ca. 1950s.
36 6 At the End of the World, 1973.
36 7 At the Museum, 1970.
36 8 Brightness as a Poignant, undated.
36 9 Cannibals, 1974.
36 10 Cautiously, 1970.
36 11 Conceal Yourself Behind, 1976.
36 12 Dante's Brother, 1970.
36 13 Dead Sea, 1971.
36 14 Death of a Lawn Mower, 1961.
36 15 Did You Know that Hair is Flying Around..., 1976.
36 16 Epilogue (the trees are tall gods), 1976.
36 17 Examine Me, I Am Continuous, 1964.
36 18 Explorer, undated.
36 19 Finally, I'm Sitting Here at My Desk, 1977.
36 20 For Stephen Mooney, 1913-71, 1960.
36 21 Forest Warden, 1971.
36 22 Hello, Drug Addict, 1973.
36 23 Holes I Want to Creep, 1973.
36 24 I Am Alone and..., ca. 1950s.
36 25 I Am Dreaming of the Funeral..., 1973.
36 26 I Am Going to Where Nobody..., ca. 1950s.
36 27 I Am Plastering Myself..., 1975.
36 28 I Am Standing on the Soft..., 1975.
36 29 I Came Upon the Poem the Way the Hunter..., 1975.
36 30 I Have Found What I Want to Do..., undated.
36 31 I Hold a Pair of Scissors Over My Head, 1975.
36 32 I Live Admiring that Sky, undated.
36 33 I Look the Sun in the Eye..., 1973.
36 34 I Must Make My Own Sun..., ca. 1960s.
36 35 I Placed Myself inside An Iron Cage.
36 36 I Say Hello to the Grass, 1973.
36 37 I Sink Back upon that Ground, 1975.
36 38 I Sit Here Thinking I Should Write, ca. 1960s.
36 39 I Think I am Being Swirled Like a Leaf, undated.
36 40 I Touch the Flesh Around the Skeleton, ca. 1970s.
36 41 I Wake Up from a Slime Pit, 1970 - 1971.
36 42 I Want to be Buried, ca. 1950s.
36 43 If Trees Which Have the Best Life..., ca. 1970s.
36 44 I'm a Depressed Poem, 1971.
36 45 I'm Afraid to Open the Door, 1976 .
36 46 I'm Alone and None of My Funiture, 1976.
36 47 In My Dream, ca. 1970s.
36 48 In the Dark, 1975.
36 49 In This Dream I do not exist, undated.
36 50 Inside Me is the Peace of an Egg, 1973.
36 51 Is There a Value to Life?, ca. 1970s.
36 52 It Was True The Earth Was, 1951.
36 53 It's Midnight, the house is Silent, 1971.
36 54 Juggler, 1971.
37 1 Life They Lead, 1973.
37 2 Meditation, 1971.
37 3 Metamorphosis, 1970.
37 4 My Writing Teaches..., 1970.
37 5 Only One I Know, ca. 1950s-1970s.
37 6 Point of a Wall, 1964.
37 7 Pleasure, 1973.
37 8 Praise the Worker Bees That Can Sting, 1976.
37 9 Prayer in Point, undated.
37 10 Procession, ca. 1959 & 1970.
37 11 Question, 1973.
37 12 Recounting, 1958.
37 13 Scenario, 1973.
37 14 The seasons doubt..., 1972.
37 15 The Sky Makes No Sense..., 1974.
37 16 Smash Myself Against a Wall, ca. 1960s.
37 17 So Many People Are Dead, 1947.
37 18 Social Life, 1977.
37 19 South Bronx, 1973 - 1976.
37 20 Sportsman, 1973 - 1974.
37 21 Suicide, 1977.
37 22 Suicide in Two Voices, ca. 1970s.
37 23 Theme and Variations, 1970.
37 24 There's the reality..., 1973.
37 25 This False Desire, 1973.
37 26 This Plant Could Have Been a Person, 1975.
37 27 Trouble is that I Can't, 1971.
37 28 Two Selves, ca. 1960s.
37 29 To Look for Meaning is as, undated.
37 30 Where is the image..., ca. 1950s.
37 31 Whitman, you lost me..., undated.
37 32 Who would have believed it?, undated.
37 33 With the Sun's Fire, ca. 1960s.
37 34 Front pages and photocopy TS of the book.
37 35 Epigraph page for the book.
37 36 Photocopy TSS, mostly from Tread in the Dark, with annotations by Galway Kinnell.
37 37-39 Master page proofs.
38 1-5 Printer's copy.

Sunlight : A Sequence for My Daughter (1979)

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38 6-8 Annotated typescript.
38 9-10 Annotated photocopy typescript.
38 11 Photocopy typescript.

Whisper to the Earth (1981)

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38 12-13 Printer's copy.
38 14 Photocopy typescript and letter from The Atlantic Monthly.
38 15-16 Galleys.
38 17 Page proofs.

Leaving the Door Open (1984)

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38 18 Galleys.

Miscellaneous published poetry

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38 19 Clippings of poems.
39 1 Poems for Tennessee Poetry Journal (Winter 1970).
39 2 Seven Poems by David Ignatow, 3 sets.
39 3 Ocean Love, 2 copies.
39 4 Sh, This Poem Wants to Say Something - 1 copy of broadside and autograph letter.
39 5-7 Unidentified typescripts & manuscripts.
39 8 Unidentified galleys.

MISC.: REVIEWS, INTERVIEWS, AND EPHEMERA

Interviews - Open Between Us

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39 9-10 Interview, with Scott Chisholm.
39 11 On Writing--ms. of passages from Chisholm interview.
39 12 Interview, with Bette Distler.
39 13-17 Interview, with Gerard Malanga.
39 18 Art of Poetry--interview, for Paris Review, 1975.
39 19-21 Interview, with William Spanos, for Boundary 2.
39 22-24 Dialogue at Compas.
39 25 Scott Chisholm interview.
39 26 Alan Ziegler interview.
39 27 Dialogue with William Spanos.
39 28 Answering the Dark: interview with Richard Jackson and Michael Panori.
39 29 Interview, with Gerard Malanga.
39 30 Personal prose for Open Between Us.
39 31 Essays, lectures, reviews for Open Between Us.
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39 32-33 Review of James Wright, Shall we Gather at the River.
40 1 Review of Robert Lowell, Notebook, 1957 - 1958.
40 2 Review of John Gill, ed., New American and Canadian Poetry.
40 3 On East Hampton, for Newsday - Feature on Ignatow.
40 4 Draft of comments attending "The White Ceiling" in Scholastic Magazine.
40 4 Draft of comments attending "The Fisherwoman" in Scholastic Magazine.
40 5 Review of Paul Carroll, The Poem in its Skin.

Miscellaneous and Ephemera

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40 6 Edwin Honig, Survivals - Proofs.
40 7-9 Kansas Write-in, University of Kansas Review, 1967.
40 10-14 New Naked Poetry - Galleys.
41 1 Curriculum vitae.
41 2 Statement of accomplishments, for Guggenheim Fellowship, 1967 - 1968.
41 3 Poetry Pilot - Announcement of reading, April 1964.
41 4 Photocopy: A Publication By and For the Students of New Utrecht High School. Student work, February 1932.
41 5 Robert Bly, "Some Thoughts on Rescue the Dead".
41 6 David Verble, "Some Notes on Articles about Ignatow".
41 7 Linda Wagner, "On David Ignatow".
41 8 Receipts and cancelled cheques.
41 9 Writing on envelope.
41 10 Class of 1932; photographs (xeroxes).
41 11 Draft announcement of the assumption of editorship of the "A Poem a Month Subscription Series".
41 12 Israeli Tree certificates.
41 13-14 Copyright papers, 1960 - 1966.
41 15-18 Leaves of Grass, One Hundred Years After: New Essays - Galleys.
42 1 Stanley Moss, Skull of Adam - Galleys, with publisher's request for a blurb.
42 2 Father and Son, prose piece.
42 3 Miscellaneous ephemera.
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42 4 American Dialog 5, 3 (Spring/Summer 1969).
42 5 American Pen IV, 3 (Summer 1972).
42 6 Artwork News 7, 9-10 (1978).
42 7 Baymen's Newsletter II, 2 (Oct. 1976).
42 8 Bulletin of the Poetry Society of America LXVIII, 4 (May 1978).
42 9 Cavalcade 22, 6 (March 1970).
42 10 Columbia Forum II, 3 (1973).
42 11 Dialog (1973).
42 12 Fun City Observer I, 1 (April-5-18, 1973).
42 13 Harvard Magazine 80, 5 (May-June 1978).
42 14 Jewish Frontier XX, 12 (Dec. 1953).
42 15 Organ (1971).
42 16 Questro Ealtro 31 (1962).
42 17 Rallaros 1 (1975) and Sucasnist (Munich, 1976).
42 18 Second Growth I, 1 (Autumn 1975).
42 19 Survivor's Manual Illustrated Magazine 4 (undated); 5 (1971).
42 20 United Church Herald 14, 8 (Aug. 1971).
42 21 West Wind (1961).
42 22 Serials, 1968 Peace Calendar and The Sound of a Few Leaves.

Accessions Processed in 1989

CORRESPONDENCE

Lists of Correspondence

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43 1-2 List to 1978 - Includes related materials list (manuscripts, typescripts and photocopies of typescripts).

General Correspondence

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43 3 Academy of American Poets, 1979 - 1983.
43 4 Agni Review, 1982 - 1985.
43 5 Ai (a.k.a. Ai Oginawa), 1982 - 1984.
43 6 Aid to the Developmentally Disabled, 1985 - 1987.
43 7 Alvarez, Lynn, 1979 - 1984.
43 8 American Book Review, 1981 - 1986.
43 9 American Poetry, 1984 - 1988.
43 10 Amicus Journal, 1983 - 1987.
43 11 Amnesty International, 1982 - 1988.
43 12 Andrei Sakharov Defense Campaign, 1980 - 1981.
43 13 Antaeus Press (The Ecco Press), 1979.
43 14 Apatovsky, Patricia, 1980 - 1983.
43 15 Appleman, Phillip, 1981 - 1987.
43 16 Artist's Call Against U.S. Intervention in Central America, 1983 - 1984.
43 17 Associated Writing Programs (Old Dominion University), 1979 - 1988.
43 18 Atlantic Monthly Press, 1979 - 1986.
43 19 Axelrod, David, 1980 - 1987.
43 20 A - miscellaneous.
43 21 Baldwin, Neil, 1980 - 1984.
43 22 Barnard College, 1981 - 1988.
43 23 Bartlett, Elizabeth, 1979 - 1983.
43 24 BC Research, 1979 - 1980.
43 25 Becker, Carol, 1980 - 1983.
43 26 Benedikt, Michael, 1979 - 1985.
43 27 Bengston, David, 1979 - 1984.
43 28 Berg, Sue, 1985 - 1988.
43 29 Bits Press, 1982 - 1988.
43 30 Black Sparrow Press, 1982.
43 31 Black Warrior Review, 1983 - 1988.
43 32 Bluefish, 1982 - 1985.
see also CORRESPONDENCE--General Correspondence--Parlatore, Anselm
43 33 Bly, Robert, 1979 - 1987.
43 34 BOA Editions, 1979 - 1988.
43 35 Bookshop Santa Cruz, 1978 - 1979.
43 36 Boundary 2, 1982 - 1988.
44 1 Boychuk, Bohdan, 1980 - 1987.
44 2 Brand, Millen, 1977 - 1979.
44 3 Brandeis University, 1983 - 1986.
44 4 Brooklyn College (CUNY), 1979 - 1988.
44 5 Bucknell University, 1984 - 1987.
44 6 Burnshaw, Stanley, 1981 - 1988.
44 7 Bush Foundation, 1985.
44 8 Butscher, Edward and Paula, 1979 - 1988.
44 9 B - miscellaneous.
44 10 California State University (Long Beach), 1984.
44 11 Cameron, Ann, 1980 - 1981.
44 12 Cariello, Matthew, 1986 - 1987.
44 13 Carruth, Hayden, 1979 - 1986.
44 14 Cedering, Siv, 1982 - 1984.
44 15 Centennial Review, 1987.
44 16 Chandler, Michael, 1980 - 1983.
44 17 Chawla, Louise, 1983 - 1984.
44 18 Chicago Review, 1979.
44 19 City College (CUNY), 1979 - 1988.
44 20 Clarke, LaVerne Harrell, 1979.
44 21 Cleary, Suzanne, 1983.
44 22 Clemente, Vincent, 1979 - 1986.
see also CORRESPONDENCE--General Correspondence--John Ciardi Festschrift
44 23 Codrescu, Andrei, 1987 - 1988.
see also CORRESPONDENCE--General Correspondence-- Exquisite Corpse
44 24 Collision, 1984.
44 25 Colorado State University, 1986.
see also CORRESPONDENCE--General Correspondence--Crow, Mary
44 26 Columbia: A Magazine of Prose and Poetry, 1979 - 1988.
44 27 Columbia University, 1980 - 1988.
44 28 Conference on Literature and the Urban Experience (Rutgers University), 1978 - 1981.
44 29 Connellan, Leo, 1982 - 1983.
44 30 Connolly, Carol, 1982 - 1987.
44 31 Contemporary Forum, 1979 - 1981.
44 32 Cooper Union, 1979 - 1983.
44 33 Cranbrook Writers' Conference, 1985.
44 34 Cream City Review, 1980 - 1987.
44 35 Creeley, Robert, 1983.
44 36 Creskey, Marguerite (Peggy) Nelson, 1988.
44 37 Crosscurrents, 1983 - 1984.
44 38 Crow, Mary, 1979 - 1988.
45 1 Cruz-Katz, Ida M., 1981 - 1983.
45 2 Cultural Arts (YMCA, New Jersey), 1985 - 1986.
45 3 C - miscellaneous.
45 4 D'Ambrosio, Vinnie-Marie, 1982 - 1984.
45 5 Daniels, Jim, 1981 - 1986.
45 6 Davidson, Michael, 1981.
45 7 Davis, Barbara, 1982.
45 8 Davison, Peter, 1981 - 1984.
see also CORRESPONDENCE--Publications Correspondence-- Atlantic Monthly Press
45 9 DeGruson, Gene, 1983.
45 10 Distler, Bette Feitelson, 1979 - 1988.
45 11 Downie, Michael J., 1986.
45 12 D - miscellaneous.
45 13 Eastern Suffolk Young Authors Conference, 1988.
45 14 Edfelt, Johannes, 1985 - 1988.
45 15 Elizabeth Press, 1979.
45 16 Elkin, Lillian, 1980 - 1984.
45 17 Emanuel, Lynn, 1985 - 1987.
45 18 Everett, Graham, 1979 - 1988.
45 19 Exquisite Corpse, 1986 - 1988.
45 20 E - miscellaneous.
45 21 Fearing, B. H. (Bruce), 1981 - 1986.
45 22 Ferguson Library, 1982.
45 23 Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, 1978 - 1982.
45 24 Fishman, Charles, 1980 - 1988.
45 25 Florida Technological University, 1979.
45 26 Frazer, Tony, 1981 - 1988.
45 27 Friedberg, Martha, 1982 - 1983.
45 28 Friedman (August), Dorothy, 1982 - 1987.
45 29 F - miscellaneous.
45 30 Gabriel, Daniel, 1980 - 1988.
45 31 Gale Research Company, 1985 - 1986.
46 1 Galileo Press, 1981 - 1983.
46 2 George Mason University, 1981 - 1986.
46 3 Georgia Review, 1981 - 1983.
46 4 Gerger, Dan, 1983 - 1986.
46 5 Gettysburg Review, 1987 - 1988.
46 6 Ghirardella, Robert, 1986 - 1987.
46 7 Ginsberg, Allen, 1985.
46 8 Gioia, Dana, 1987.
46 9 Gioseffi, Daniela, 1979 - 1983.
46 10 Gliber, Gerald, 1979.
46 11 Gold, Herman, 1979 - 1981.
46 12 Goodman, Mitch, 1985.
46 13 Green, Galen, 1979 - 1980.
46 14 Greenburgh Public Library, 1978 - 1979.
46 15 Greger, Debora, 1981.
46 16 Guenther, Charles, 1982 - 1985.
46 17 Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1985.
46 18 Guild Hall, 1979 - 1988.
46 19 G - miscellaneous.
46 20 Hadas, Rachel, 1982 - 1988.
46 21 Haines, John, 1982 - 1983.
46 22 Hall, Donald, 1980 - 1987.
46 23 Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review, 1979 - 1984.
see also CORRESPONDENCE--General Correspondence--O'Grady, Tom
46 24 Hancock, Mary Ellen, 1985 - 1986.
46 25 Harbourfront, 1978 - 1979.
46 26 Harper and Row Publishers, Inc., 1981 - 1988.
46 27 Harris, Jana, 1979 - 1985.
46 28 Hartman, Susie, 1979 - 1981.
46 29 Hazel, Bob, 1979 - 1984.
46 30 Heller, Michael (Mike), 1979 - 1988.
46 31-32 Hindus, Milton, 1979 - 1988.
46 33 Hofstra University, 1982 - 1985.
46 34 Hokanson, Judith, 1980.
46 35 Holy Cow! Press, 1980 - 1981.
47 1 Homer, Lawrence, 1981 - 1982.
47 2 Honig, Edwin, 1979 - 1988.
47 3 Houghton Mifflin Company, 1984 - 1988.
47 4 Hudson Review, 1980 - 1987.
47 5 Humphreys, Dick, 1980 - 1981.
47 6 H - miscellaneous.
47 7 Ignatow, David Jr., 1979 - 1988.
47 8 Ignatow, Rose, 1979 - 1988.
47 9 Ignatow, Yaedi, 1979 - 1988.
47 10 Inez, Colette, 1984 - 1988.
47 11 Inman, Will, 1983.
47 12 Ion Books, 1986 - 1988.
47 13 Ironwood, 1988.
47 14 I - miscellaneous.
47 15 Janeczko, Paul, 1979 - 1982.
47 16 J. B. Hanauer and Co., 1985 - 1987.
47 17 Jewish Arts Festival (Long Island), 1983.
47 18 Jewish Frontier, 1982 - 1984.
47 19 John Ciardi Festschrift, 1985 - 1986.
see also CORRESPONDENCE--General Correspondence--Clemente, Vincent
47 20 Jones, Richard, 1982 - 1986.
see also CORRESPONDENCE--General Correspondence--Poetry East
47 21 Jordan, June, 1979 - 1988.
47 22 Joseph, Joanne, 1985 - 1987.
47 23 J - miscellaneous.
47 24 Kallet, Marilyn, 1979 - 1980.
47 25 Kenyon Review, 1980 - 1982.
47 26 Kessler, Milton, 1980 - 1988.
47 27 Kinnell, Galway, 1980.
47 28 Knight, Etheridge, 1982.
47 29 Kogan, Nicolaus, 1988.
47 30 Krampf, Tom, 1982 - 1983.
47 31 Krapf, Norbert, 1979 - 1984.
47 32 Kray, Elizabeth (Betty), 1981 - 1987.
47 33 Kunitz, Stanley, 1981 - 1988.
47 34 K- miscellaneous.
48 1 Langston Hughs Committee, 1988.
48 2 Lazer, Hank, 1982 - 1988.
48 3 Lester-Massman, Gordon, 1980 - 1987.
48 4 Library of Congress, 1984 - 1985.
48 5 Lima, Frank, 1979 - 1982.
48 6 Lipari, Joe, 1979 - 1986.
48 7 Little, Brown and Company, 1979 - 1985.
48 8 Little Review, 1979 - 1980.
48 9 Loft, 1981 - 1987.
48 10 Long Island Poetry Collective, 1984.
48 11 Long Island University, 1980 - 1988.
48 12 Lordly and Dame, Inc., 1984 - 1985.
48 13 Lynchburg College, 1985 - 1986.
48 14 L - miscellaneous correspondence.
48 15 MacArthur Foundation, 1984 - 1988.
48 16 MacDowell Colony, 1984 - 1987.
48 17 Maier, Theresa, 1980 - 1985.
48 18 Malin, Irving, 1981.
48 19 Manhattan Poetry Review, 1982 - 1988.
48 20 Mariani, Paul, 1982 - 1987.
48 21 Markson, David, 1987 - 1988.
48 22 Martin, Herbert Woodward, 1981 - 1987.
48 23 Martz, Louis, 1980 - 1986.
48 24 Marzan, Julio, 1987.
48 25 Mazzaro, Jerry, 1979 - 1988.
48 26 McArthur (Palermo), Cathy, 1979 - 1988.
48 27 McGraw, Kathleen, 1985 - 1986.
48 28 McIntosh, Alexander Sandy, 1979.
48 29 McKernan, John, 1979 - 1982.
48 30 Memphis State Review, 1981 - 1981.
48 31 Miami University, 1978 - 1982.
48 32 Michigan Quarterly Review, 1985.
48 33 Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission, 1980.
48 34 Midstream, 1979 - 1981.
48 35 Mills, Ralph Jr., 1975 - 1988.
48 36 Monitor Book Company, Inc., 1980 - 1983.
48 37 Morgan, Bill, 1983 - 1984.
48 38 Morley, Hilda, 1980 - 1988.
48 39 Morris, Carol, 1983 - 1985.
48 40 Morton, W. C. (Bill), 1980 - 1982.
48 41 Myers, George Jr., 1986 - 1987.
49 1 M - miscellaneous.
49 2 National Endowment for the Arts, 1983 - 1988.
49 3 National Poetry Foundation, 1983 - 1988.
49 4 New Directions, 1979 - 1987.
49 5 New England Review, 1983.
49 6 New Letters, 1979 - 1988.
49 7 New York City High School Poetry Contest, 1980 - 1984.
49 8 New York Foundation for the Arts, 1987.
49 9 New York Public Library, 1980 - 1983.
49 10 New York Times, 1980.
49 11 New York Times Book Review, 1983 - 1987.
49 12 New York University, 1979 - 1988.
49 13 Niagara Magazine, 1980.
49 14 Norris, Kathleen, 1987 - 1988.
49 15 Norton and Co., Inc., 1980 - 1983.
49 16 Nye, Naomi Shihab, 1979.
49 17 N - miscellaneous.
49 18 O'Grady, Tom, 1981.
49 19 Ohio Arts Council, 1979.
49 20 Ohio Review, 1982 - 1986.
49 21 Ohio State University, 1984 - 1988.
49 22 Ontario Review, 1979 - 1986.
49 23 Oppen, George and Mary, 1979 - 1984.
49 24 O - miscellaneous.
49 25 Pacernick, Gary, 1979 - 1988.
49 26 Pacific Review, 1988.
49 27 Paideuma, 1980 - 1984.
49 28 Painted Bride Quarterly, 1983 - 1988.
49 29 Panoply, 1987 - 1988.
49 30 Parish, Michael J., 1985 - 1987.
49 31 Parlatore, Anselm, 1982 - 1987.
see also CORRESPONDENCE--General Correspondence-- Bluefish
49 32 Partisan Review, 1982 - 1988.
49 33 Passaic Review, 1980 - 1982.
49 34 Patnaik, Deba, 1979.
49 35 Pearce, Roy Harvey, 1979 - 1988.
49 36 PEN American Center, 1979 - 1984.
49 37 Peninsula Public Library, 1987.
49 38 Pennant, Edmund, 1982 - 1987.
49 39 Pequod, 1982 - 1987.
see also CORRESPONDENCE--General Correspondence--Rudman, Mark
49 40 Perchik, Simon, 1984 - 1988.
49 41 Perel, Jane Lunin, 1980.
49 42 Performing Arts Center (Milwaukee, WI.), 1982.
50 1 Permanent Press, 1985 - 1986.
50 2 Petrosky, Anthony and Patti, 1979 - 1986.
50 3 Phillips, Robert, 1981 - 1988.
50 4 Phoenix, 1987.
50 5 Ploughshares, 1981 - 1983.
50 6 Poetry, 1979 - 1987.
50 7 Poetry Center (San Francisco State University), 1986 - 1987.
50 8 Poetry Center (University of Arizona), 1979 - 1985.
50 9 Poetry Center (YMCA - N.Y.), 1979 - 1984.
50 10 Poetry East, 1980 - 1988.
50 11 Poetry Now, 1980 - 1983.
50 12 Poetry on the Buses, 1979.
50 13 Poetry Project (St. Mark's Church), 1981 - 1985.
50 14-15 Poetry Society of America, 1979 - 1988.
50 16 Poets and Writers, Inc., 1979 - 1988.
50 17 Poets' House, 1986 - 1988.
50 18 Polly, Natale S., 1981.
50 19 Poulin, Al Jr., 1979 - 1988.
50 20 Poydinecz-Conley, Donna, 1980.
50 21 PSC Cuny, 1983 - 1984.
50 22 Pushcart Press, 1982 - 1988.
50 23 P - miscellaneous.
50 24 Quarterly Review of Literature, 1981 - 1984.
50 25 Queens College (CUNY), 1984 - 1986.
50 26 Queens Council on the Arts, 1979 - 1982.
50 27 Quest, 1979 - 1980.
50 28 Quinn, Fran (Sister Bernetta), 1979 - 1987.
50 29 Q - miscellaneous.
50 30 Radcliffe College, 1983 - 1984.
50 31 Rakosi, Carl, 1981.
50 32 Random House, Inc., 1982 - 1984.
50 33 Rannell, Aleksis, 1982.
51 1 Ray, David, 1979 - 1986.
see also CORRESPONDENCE--General Correspondence-- New Letters
51 2 Red Cedar Review, 1982.
51 3 Reeve, Frank, 1980.
51 4 Reiman-Fenton, Elaine, 1978 - 1980.
51 5 Reiss, Jim, 1979 - 1988.
51 6 Remnick, David, 1979.
51 7 Replansky, Naomi, 1979 - 1988.
51 8 Rinaldi, Nicholas, 1982 - 1983.
51 9 Rivera, Diana, 1982.
51 10 Robin, Mark, 1985 - 1988.
51 11 Rochester Institute of Technology, 1984 - 1985.
51 12 Rogow, Zack, 1979.
51 13 Rolling Stone, 1980 - 1981.
51 14 Rosenthal, Mack, 1985 - 1987.
51 15 Rosten, Norman, 1981 - 1982.
51 16 Roth Publishing, Inc., 1986 - 1987.
51 17 Rudman, Mark, 1981 - 1988.
see also CORRESPONDENCE--General Correspondence-- Peqoud
51 18 Rudnick, Raphael, 1982 - 1983.
51 19 Ruffus, Stephen, 1979 - 1985.
51 20 R - miscellaneous.
51 21 St. Martin, Hardie, 1987 - 1988.
51 22 St. Thomas Aquinas College, 1987.
51 23 Salisbury State College, 1979.
51 24 Schell, Michael, 1980 - 1988.
51 25 Schulman, Grace, 1981 - 1988.
51 26 Schultz, Phillip, 1980 - 1988.
51 27 Schwerner, Armand, 1984 - 1988.
51 28 Seque Foundation, 1986 - 1987.
51 29 Seidman, Hugh, 1981 - 1988.
51 30 Sherman, Carol, 1985 - 1987.
51 31 Shinder, Jason, 1980 - 1981.
51 32 Siebert, Charles II, 1979.
51 33 Silbert, Layle, 1980 - 1988.
51 34 Simon, Linda, 1983.
51 35 Simpson, Louis, 1981 - 1984.
51 36 Sjoberg, Leif, 1984 - 1988.
51 37 Southern California Anthology, 1987.
51 38 Spacks, Barry, 1979 - 1980.
51 39 State University of New York at Binghamton, 1979 - 1988.
51 40 State University of New York at Buffalo, 1979 - 1986.
52 1 State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1980 - 1988.
52 2 Stock, Norman, 1985 - 1988.
52 3 Stocking, Marion, 1979 - 1988.
52 4 Stokes, Terry, 1972 - 1986.
52 5 Suermondt, Tim, 1984 - 1988.
52 6 Summer Solstice Theatre Conference, 1985.
52 7 Swallow Press, 1973 - 1984.
52 8 Syracuse University, 1978 - 1981.
52 9 S - miscellaneous correspondence.
52 10 Tagliabue, John, 1982 - 1987.
52 11 Tart, Indrek, 1988 - 1988.
52 12 Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association, 1983 - 1988.
52 13 Terris, Karen and Enoch, 1984 - 1985.
52 14 Terris, Virginia, 1979 - 1988.
52 15 Trachman, Paula, 1981 - 1988.
52 16 Tri-Quarterly, 1981 - 1983.
52 17 True, Mike, 1979 - 1980.
52 18 T - miscellaneous correspondence.
52 19 University of Alabama, 1984.
52 20 University of Arizona, 1981 - 1983.
52 21 University of California, Davis, 1979 - 1982.
52 22 University of California, San Diego, 1979 - 1987.
52 23 University of Cincinnati, 1982 - 1986.
52 24 University of Illinois, 1979 - 1983.
52 25 University of Michigan Press, 1979 - 1985.
52 26 University of Missouri, 1981 - 1986.
52 27 University of Pittsburgh, 1980 - 1987.
52 28 U - miscellaneous correspondence.
52 29 Van Brunt, Lloyd, 1979 - 1988.
53 1 Vassar College, 1980.
53 2 Virginia Commission for the Arts, 1982.
53 3 V - miscellaneous correspondence.
53 4 Wakoski, Diane, 1980 - 1987.
53 5 Wallace, Bob, 1983 - 1984.
53 6 Wallace, Ronald, 1987 - 1988.
53 7 Wallenstein, Barry, 1983 - 1984.
53 8 Walt Whitman Birthplace Association, 1987 - 1988.
53 9 Weber, Brom, 1976 - 1986.
53 10 Weinberg, Helen, 1979 - 1980.
53 11 Weiss, Ted, 1982 - 1987.
53 12 Weslayan University, 1986 - 1987.
53 13 Westchester Community College, 1979.
53 14 West Hills Review, 1985 - 1987.
53 15 Westigan Review of Poetry, 1979 - 1981.
53 16 White House (Mrs. Carter), 1980.
53 17 Whitman, Ruth, 1982 - 1983.
53 18 Whyatt, Frances, 1981 - 1985.
53 19 Wickert, Max, 1980 - 1982.
53 20 Wildman, Harrold, Allen and Dixon, 1979 - 1981.
53 21 William Carlos Williams 'Spring and All' Festival, 1979.
53 22 Williwaw, 1987 - 1988.
53 23 Winner, Robert, 1979.
53 24 Wisconsin Review, 1982.
53 25 Witness, 1986 - 1987.
53 26 Wood, Gail, 1984 - 1986.
53 27 Wright, Annie (Mrs. James), 1981 - 1987.
53 28 Writer's Center (Bethesda, MD), 1984.
53 29 Writer's Reading Series (Yale), 1982.
53 30 Writer's Voice (West Side YMCA of New York), 1981 - 1986.
53 31 W - miscellaneous.
53 32 Yaddo, 1979 - 1982.
53 33 York College (CUNY), 1979 - 1986.
53 34 Zawadiwsky, Christina, 1987 - 1988.
53 35 Ziegler, Alan, 1979 - 1980.
53 36 Zinnes, Harriet, 1979 - 1988.
53 37 Zukofsky, Louis, 1962.
53 38 XYZ - miscellaneous.
53 40 Unidentified correspondence.

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54 1 Beloit Poetry Journal, 1975 - 1986.
54 2 Chelsea, 1986.
54 3 Nation, 1982 - 1988.
54 4-5 Weslayan University Press, 1979 - 1985.

NOTEBOOKS

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54 6 Notebooks (three) labelled 1978/79; 1979; 11/6/79.
54 7 Notebook, 1980 - 1981.
55 1 Notebooks (two) labeled 1981-82; 1982.
55 2 Notebooks (two) labeled 1983-84; 1984.
55 3 Notebooks (two) labeled 1985; 1985-86.
55 4 Notebooks (two), 1986.
55 5 Notebooks (two) labeled 1; 2, 1987.
56 1 Notebook, 1987 - 1988.

PUBLISHED AND UNPUBLISHED POETRY

Facing The Tree (1975)

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56 2 Copyright forms from publisher, 1975 - 1975.

Figures of the Human (1964)

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56 3 Jacket cover, 1964.

Leaving the Door Open (1984)

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56 4 Uncorrected proof, 1984.
56 5 Copyright form from Sheep Meadow Press, 1985.

New and Collected Poems, 1970-1985 (1986)

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56 6 Page proofs, 1985.
56 7 Final typescript with editor's notes.
56 8 Corrected early proof pages, proof paste-ups and typescripts, 1986.
56 9 Author's revision comments on early proofs.
56 10-11 Author's proof, 1986.
Tread the Dark chapter.
56 12 Page proofs, 1985.
56 13 Final typescript with editor's notes.
57 1 Corrected early proof pages, proof paste-ups and typescripts, 1986.
57 2 Author's revision comments on early proofs.
57 3-4 Author's proof, 1986.
Whisper to the Earth chapter.
57 5 Page proofs, 1985.
57 6 Final typescript with editor's notes.
57 7 Corrected early proof pages, proof paste-ups and typescripts, 1986.
57 8 Author's revision comments, 1985.
57 9-10 Author's proof, 1986.
Leaving the Door Open chapter.
57 11 Page proofs, 1985 - 1985.
57 12 Final typescript with editor's notes.
57 13 Corrected early proof pages, proof paste-ups and typescripts, 1986.
57 14 Author's revision comments on early proofs.
57 15-16 Author's proof, 1986.
New Poems chapter.
57 17 Page proofs, 1985.
58 1 Final typescript with editor's notes.
58 2 Corrected early proof pages, proof paste-ups and typescripts, 1986.
58 3-4 Author's proof, 1986.
58 5 Extra copies of revised poems.
58 6-7 Rejected signatures (color copy of entire book), 1986.

The One in the Many (1988)

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58 8 Jacket design and covers.
58 9 Proof pages - Part 1 (proofs and typescripts with annotations), 1988.
59 1 Proof pages - Part 2 (proofs and typescripts with annotations), 1988.
59 1 MC03701 Galleys, 1988.
59 2 Proof pages - Part 3 (proofs and typescripts with annotations), 1988.
59 3 Extra and discarded proof pages, 1988.

Poems, 1934-1969 (1970)

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59 4 Jacket cover.
59 5 Page proofs (final copy).

Rescue the Dead (1968)

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59 6 Jacket cover.

Tread the Dark (1978)

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59 7 Copyright correspondence for Tread the Dark and Facing the Tree.
59 8 List of assignments of copyright (typescript and manuscript letters), 1977 - 1984.

Whisper to the Earth (1981)

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59 9 Typescripts, with author's annotations, 1980.
59 10 Typescripts and photocopies of typescripts with annotations.
60 1-2 Typescripts and photocopies of typescripts with annotations, cont.
60 3 Copyright correspondence, 1986.

Miscellaneous Poetry

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60 4-9 Titled poems, 1930s - 1980s.
60 10-13 Untitled poems, 1930s - 1960s.
61 1-3 Untitled poems, 1970s - 1980s.
61 4 Titled poems, undated.
61 5 Untitled poems, undated.
61 6 Copyright assignment for "Cannibals," "An Empty Plate," "Right Angles" and "Until Red".

WRITINGS OF OTHERS

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61 7 Albert [?] - Plato's Pyramid or Merry Christmas to you, DAVID!, 1975.
61 8 Edfelt, Johannes - Collected Works -- Trans. Leif Sjoberg.
Lipari, Joseph.
61 9 Writings of David Ignatow, 1933-69: A Bibliography -- Term paper.
Poetry of David Ignatow, 1930-78: An Introduction and Bibliography (dissertation).
61 10-16 Draft copies, 1983.
62 1-3 Final version & miscellaneous pages, 1983.
62 4 Schell, Michael - Six Songs from Ignatow -- USC student musical composition with program notes, 1980.
62 5 Smith, Roberta K. - David Ignatow, Poet: A Checklist of Writings (Partial), 1966.

REVIEWS, INTERVIEWS, MISCELLANEOUS AND EPHEMERA

Interviews

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62 6-7 Lipari, Joseph, "Growing Up To Be A Poet: An Interview with David Ignatow" - Interview transcript and draft copy.

Reviews of Ignatow's Books

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62 8 Figures of the Human (originals and photocopies), 1965 - 1969.
62 9 Leaving the Door Open (originals), 1985.
62 10 New and Collected Poems, 1970-1985 (originals and photocopies), 1986 - 1988.
62 11 Notebooks of David Ignatow (originals and photocopies), 1974 - 1975.
62 12 Poems, 1934-69 (originals and photocopies), 1970 - 1971.
62 13 Say Pardon (photocopy), 1961.
62 14 Selected Poems (photocopies), 1975 - 1976.
62 15 Tread the Dark (photocopy), 1980.
62 16 Whisper to the Earth (photocopies), 1982.

Reviews of Other's Writings

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62 17 Reviews of the writings of others.
62 18 Reviews written by Ignatow, 1978 - 1986.

Miscellaneous and Ephemera

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62 19 Announcements of readings and lectures by Ignatow, 1971 - 1988.
62 20 Articles about Ignatow, 1968 - 1988.
62 21 Contemporary Authors: Autobiography Series -- Autobiographical article.
62 22 Publisher's School for Writers, 1965.

FINANCIAL RECORDS

Enterprise Bookbinding Company, Inc

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67 1 Book of Account (bound copy), 1948 - 1961.
63 1-8 Account books, 1948 - 1961.
64 1-4 Account books, 1948 - 1961.
64 5 Bank records, 1955 - 1962.
64 6 City of New York, Bureau of City Collections - Tax forms, correspondence, 1955 - 1961.
64 7 Company stationary (business cards, receipt forms).
64 8 Correspondence, misc., 1961 - 1963.
64 9 Income tax records, 1957 - 1962.
64 10 Insurance policy, 1957.
64 11 Invoices and receipts, 1962 - 1965.
64 12 Lease agreement - President Monroe Building and Manufacturing Corporation, 1960.
65 1 New York State Deparment of Labor, Division of Employment - Records and forms, 1956 - 1962.
65 2 Notes.
65 3 Payroll analysis statements, 1959 - 1960.
65 4 Returned mail, 1958 - 1962.
65 5 State Insurance Fund (records and forms), 1956 - 1962.
65 6 State of New York, Department of Taxation and Finance - Correspondence, forms, records, 1958 - 1962.
65 7 Stockholders agreements and stock certificates, 1956 - 1959.

Personal Records

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65 8 Educational records, 1983.
65 9 Medical records, 1961 - 1988.
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65 10 Financial records, miscellaneous, 1961 - 1987.
65 11 Reem Paper Corporation - Salesman's commission statements, 1964 - 1965.

AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS

Cassette Recordings of Readings/Lect. by D. Ignatow

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65 12 1980, October 15: Providence College.
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65 13 1982, November: "Pablo Neruda" - WBAI Radio special. Includes Ignatow reading poems by Neruda.
Restrictions Apply
65 14 1984, October 19: 11th Alabama Symposium on What Is a Poet (distorted sound).
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66 1 1986, November 18: Williams and Stevens: The Two Poetries - Lecture given at UC, San Diego.
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Recordings of Music Based on Ignatow's Poetry

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66 2 Colligan, John - 3 Songs by Ignatow (reel-to-reel).
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66 3 Schell, Michael - 6 Songs by Ignatow (cassette with poor sound quality), 1980.
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66 4 Unidentified cassette recording.
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Video Cassette Recording

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66 5 Ignatow Reading with Henry Gerrit -- Attitude Art, New York City (VHS tape).
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ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

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66 6 Originals.

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CORRESPONDENCE

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68 1 A - miscellaneous.
68 2 Ally Press, 1991 - 1992.
68 3 Amagansett Press, 1989 - 1992.
68 4 Associated Writing Programs (AWP), 1989 - 1991.
68 5 B - miscellaneous.
68 6 Barnard College - Writers on Writing at Barnard, 1989 - 1991.
68 7 Beloit Poetry Journal, 1989 - 1990.
68 8 Bly, Robert, 1992.
68 9 Boa Editions Ltd., 1989 - 1991.
68 10 Bogen, Nancy, 1989.
68 11 Boston Review, 1990.
68 12 Boulevard, 1989 - 1991.
68 13 Boychuk, Bohdan, 1990 - 1991.
68 14 Butscher, Ed, 1989 - 1992.
68 15 C - miscellaneous.
68 16 Caliban, 1989 - 1990.
68 17 Cariello, Matthew, 1990 - 1991.
68 18 Carmean, Mary, 1991 - 1992.
68 19 Chester, Laura, 1990 - 1991.
68 20 Clemente, Vince, 1989 - 1991.
68 21 Cleveland State University (Cynthia Edelberg), 1990 - 1991.
68 22 Columbia University in the City of New York, 1989 - 1992.
68 23 Comstock, Rolland L., 1991.
68 24 Crow, Mary, 1989 - 1991.
68 25 D - miscellaneous.
68 26 E - miscellaneous.
68 27 East Hampton High School, 1989 - 1990.
68 28 East Ohio Arts Council, 1989 - 1990.
68 29 Edfelt, Johannes, 1989 - 1992.
68 30 Eurographica, 1990 - 1991.
68 31 F - miscellaneous.
68 32 Fine Madness, 1990.
68 33 Four Quarters, 1991 - 1992.
69 1 Friedman, Dorothy, 1990 - 1991.
69 2 G - miscellaneous.
69 3 Gettysburg Review, undated.
69 4 Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, 1989 - 1991.
69 5 Goodrich, Patricia, 1990 - 1991.
69 6 Guild Hall Museum and John Drew Theater, 1989 - 1991.
69 7 Gulf Coast, 1992.
69 8 H - miscellaneous.
69 9 Harborfront Reading Series, 1988 - 1989.
69 10 Harper and Row, Publishers, Inc., 1989 - 1990.
69 11 Heller, Mike, 1989 - 1991.
69 12 Herrmann, Diana Chang, 1991.
69 13 Hill, Diana, 1989 - 1990.
69 14 Hindus, Milton, 1989 - 1991.
69 15 Hopkins, Jeannette, 1989 - 1992.
69 16 I - miscellaneous.
69 17 Ignatow, David Jr., 1991.
69 18 Ignatow, Yaedi, 1989 - 1992.
69 19 Illinois State University (Jim Elledge), 1989 - 1990.
69 20 Inez, Colette, 1989 - 1990.
69 21 J - miscellaneous.
69 22 Jenkins, Louis, 1989 - 1991.
69 23 Johnson, Robert, 1990 - 1991.
69 24 Jordan, June, 1989.
69 25 Joseph, Joanne, 1990.
69 26 K- miscellaneous.
69 27 Kessler, Milton, 1989 - 1991.
69 28 Kogon, Nicolaus (Practices of the Wind), 1989 - 1990.
69 29 Krapf, Norbert, 1990 - 1991.
70 1 L - miscellaneous.
70 2 Lazar, Hank, 1989 - 1992.
70 3 Letters [related to Ignatow Chapbook].
70 4 Levine, Eleanor, 1991.
70 5 Literary Outtakes (Larry Dark), 1989 - 1990.
70 6 Live Poets Society of Inslip, 1991.
70 7 Long Island University, 1989 - 1992.
70 8 Long, Robert, 1991 - 1992.
70 9 M - miscellaneous.
70 10 Malanga, Gerard, 1991.
70 11 Marzan, Julio, 1989 - 1991.
70 12 Mazzaro, Jerome, 1989 - 1992.
70 13 McIntosh, Sandy, 1990 - 1992.
70 14 Mills, Ralph, 1989 - 1992.
70 15 Mooney, Bob, 1989 - 1991.
70 16 Mott, Glenn, 1991 - 1992.
70 17 N - miscellaneous.
70 18 New York University, 1989 - 1991.
70 19 North Stone Review, 1990.
70 20 O - miscellaneous.
70 21 Ontario Review Press, 1989.
70 22 P - miscellaneous.
70 23 Pacernick, Gary, 1990 - 1992.
70 24 Peacock, Molly, 1989.
70 25 Pearce, Roy Harvey, 1989 - 1992.
70 26 PEN American Center, 1989 - 1991.
70 27 Pennant, Edmund, 1989 - 1991.
70 28 Petrosky, Tony, 1989 - 1990.
70 29 Phillips, Robert, 1990.
70 30 Pivot, 1989 - 1991.
70 31 Poetry, 1990.
70 32 Poetry Canada Review, 1989.
70 33 Poetry East, 1989 - 1990.
70 34 Poetry Society of America, 1989 - 1992.
71 1 Poets House, 1989 - 1992.
71 2 Poulin, A., Jr., 1990.
71 3 Professional Staff Congress/City University of New York, 1989 - 1991.
71 4 Providence College (Peter Johnson), 1992.
71 5 Quinn, Sister Bernetta, 1991.
71 6 R - miscellaneous.
71 7 Ray, David, 1990 - 1991.
71 8 Red Brick Review, 1991.
71 9 Robin, Mark, 1989 - 1991.
71 10 Rudman, Mark, 1990 - 1992.
71 11 S - miscellaneous.
71 12 Saposnik-Noire, Shelley, 1988 - 1990.
71 13 Sharp, Michael, 1992.
71 14 Sheep Meadow Press, 1989 - 1990.
71 15 Sjoberg, Leif, 1991 - 1992.
71 16 State University of New York, University at Albany, 1991 - 1992.
71 17 Suermondt, Tim, 1989 - 1990.
71 18 Swenson, Karen, 1991 - 1992.
71 19 T - miscellaneous.
71 20 Tagliabue, John, 1990 - 1992.
71 21 Tart, Indrek, 1989 - 1992.
71 22 Tel Aviv Review, 1989 - 1990.
71 23 Tikkun, 1989 - 1991.
71 24 Turney, Robert, 1990.
71 25 Tuscon Poetry Festival, 1991 - 1992.
71 26 U - miscellaneous.
71 27 United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, 1991 - 1992.
71 28 University of Alabama Press, 1992.
71 29 University of Michigan Press, 1990 - 1991.
71 30 University of Missouri-Kansas City, New Letters, 1989 - 1992.
71 31 University of Pittsburgh, 1990 - 1991.
71 32 University of Wisconsin, 1989.
71 33 University Press of New England, 1990 - 1991.
71 34 V - miscellaneous.
72 1 Van Brunt, Lloyd, 1989 - 1992.
72 2 W - miscellaneous.
72 3 Wagner-Martin, Linda, 1989 - 1991.
72 4 Wakoski, Diane, 1989.
72 5 Walt Whitman Birthplace Association, 1989 - 1992.
72 6 Wesleyan University Press, 1989 - 1992.
72 7 Wire Magazine, 1990 - 1991.
72 8 Wright, Anne, 1989 - 1991.
72 9 Writer's Voice, 1989.
72 10 Y - miscellaneous.
72 11 Yaddo, 1982 - 1991.
72 12 Z - miscellaneous.
72 13 Zawadiwsky, Christina, 1989.
72 14 Ziegler, Alan, 1989 - 1991.
72 15 Unidentified correspondents.

WRITINGS

Poetry and Prose

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72 16-17 1930s - 1940s, poetry.
73 1-2 1950s, poetry.
73 3-4 1950s - Originals, edited and typed.
73 5 1960s - Originals.
73 6-8 1960s, poetry.
73 9 1970s, poetry and prose [compiled 1/5/85].
74 1-2 1970s, poetry.
74 3-4 1971, poetry and prose.
74 5 1972, poetry and prose.
74 6 1972, typescripts of notebook pages (done 1/15/90).
74 7 1973, poetry and prose.
74 8 1974, poetry and prose (done 1/15/90).
74 9 1975, poetry and prose [in special file].
74 10 1976, poetry and prose (done 1/14/90).
74 11 1977, poetry and prose.
74 12-13 1978-1979, poetry and prose (done 1/15/90).
74 14 Poems and prose 1980-1982.
74 15-17 1983-1986, poetry.
75 1 1987, poetry.
75 2-6 Eurographica, 80 page manuscript.
75 7 Despite the Plainness of the Day :Love Poems - Edited typescript (photocopy).
75 8 One in the Many: A Poet's Memoirs - Production materials.
75 9 Original typescripts - Part I.
76 1 Original typescripts - Part II.
76 2-4 Original typescripts of poems.
76 5-6 Poems published in magazines.
76 7 Renowned philosopher...
Shadowing the Ground.
76 8 Edited typescript (photocopy).
77 1-2 Edited galley & page proofs.

Notebooks

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77 3 Copies of pages from [19]82 notebooks held at the Weslayan U. Library.
77 4-6 Notebooks, 1989 - 1992.

MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

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77 7 American Academy of Arts and Letters. The National Instit. of Arts and Letters - Ceremonial program.
77 8 Ignatow itinerary: 2 April- 7 April.
77 9 Ignatow's resignation from The American Poetry Review, 1977.
77 9 MC03702 Long Island University - Honorary degree.
77 10 Miscellaneous - Ad, bibliography, biography, guest ed., intros, mention.
77 11 Notices of book publication.
77 12 Reviews by Ignatow.
77 13 Student evaluations, summer session class at Barnard College, 1988.
77 14 Tennessee Poetry Journal, vol. 3 no. 2, Winter 1970 [dedicated to David Ignatow].
77 15 Wesleyan University Press review.
77 16 Who's Who in America, 41st Edition.
77 16 MC03703 WJLK [radio station] - Notice of interview with David Ignatow.

WRITINGS OF OTHERS

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77 17 Chang, Diana.
77 18 Colligan, John - Three Poems by David Ignatow, I. Gulls, II. The Open Boat, III. A Relationship. Music by John Colligan.
77 19 Crow, Mary - Miscellaneous poems.
78 1 Grigsby, Gordon. Night Weddings.
78 2 Jones, Richard.
78 3 Kessler, Jascha. The Prisoner.
78 4 Kessler, Milton - Miscellaneous poems.
78 5 Kessler, Milton - [The mouse and cockroach].
78 6-8 Klass, Stephen and Leif Sjoberg, trans. Harry Martinson, Aniara: A Review of Man in Time and Space.
78 9 Lazer, Hank.
78 10 Mazzaro, Jerome, 1972 - 1975.
78 11 McIntosh, Sandy. Endless Staircase: New and Selected Poems.
79 1 Mikdyzk, Thomas A. The Beloit Poetry Journal, 1949-86.
79 2 Petrosky, Tony - Miscellaneous.
79 3 Replansky, Naomi. Ring Song [photocopy].
79 4 Rudman, Mark. By Contraries and Other Poems.
79 4 MC03704 Shapiro, Harvey. This World - Galleys.
79 5 Rudman, Mark - Miscellaneous.
79 6 Schwerner, Armand.
79 7 Wakoski, Diana.

ARTICLES ABOUT IGNATOW

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79 8 General articles.
79 9 Bibliography of articles on Ignatow.
79 10 Becker, Carol. "Rilke and Mid-Century American Poetry", 1980.
79 11 Bly, Robert. "The Network and the Community", 1974.
79 12 Brown, Christopher. "David Ignatow" [uncorrected proof].
79 13 Butscher, Edward. "David Ignatow".
79 14 Chawla, Louise. "David Ignatow".
79 15 Chin, Paula. [Essay], 1982.
79 16 Contoski, Victor. "Time and Money: The Poetry of David Ignatow", 1968.
79 17 Delatiner, Barbara. "Poets Recall Bond to Walt Whitman", 1989.
79 18 Dickey, James. "David Ignatow".
79 19 Hindus, Milton. "Jewish American Poetry", 1978 - 1979.
79 20 Hindus, Milton and Whitman, Williams. "Ignatow: A Constellation of 'Solitary Stars'".
79 21 Honig, Edwin. From a preface to a group of 8 poems published in New Mexico Quarterly: Spring 1951.
79 22 Lipari, Joseph. "The Poetry of David Ignatow, 1931-1978: An Essay and Bibliography of Primary Sources".
79 23 Mazzaro, Jerome. "David Ignatow's Post-Vietnam War Poetry", 1985.
79 24 Mazzaro, Jerome. "The Poetry of David Ignatow".
79 25 Milburn, Michael. [Untitled].
79 26 Millette, Amy. "The Life of David Ignatow as Seen Through a Study of his Collected Works", 1977.
79 27 Parefsky, Benjamin. "David Ignatow: A Study", 1980.
79 28 Pearce, Roy Harvey. "The Burden of Romantism: Toward the New Poetry", 1971.
79 29 Tarranella, Ron. "Silent Interstices: The Poetry of David Ignatow", 1982.
79 32 Wagner, Linda W. "The Centrality of David Ignatow".
79 33 Wright, James. "A plain brave music".

REVIEWS OF IGNATOW'S BOOKS

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80 1 The Animal in the Bush, 1977.
80 2 Despite the Plainess of the Day: Love Poems, 1991.
80 3 Facing the Tree, 1975.
80 4 Figures of the Human, 1964.
80 5 Gentle Weight Lifter, 1955.
80 6 Leaving the Door Open, 1984.
80 7 Memories of Love: Selected Poems by Bohdan Boychuk, translated by Mark Rudman and David Ignatow.
80 8 New and Collected Poems: 1970-1985.
80 9 Notebooks of David Ignatow, 1973.
80 10 One in the Many: A Poet's Memoires, 1988.
80 11 Open Between Us, 1980.
80 12-13 Poems - Reviews & scrapbook with reviews.
80 14 Poems, 1934-1969, 1970.
80 15 Rescue the Dead, 1968.
80 16-17 Say Pardon - Reviews & scrapbook with reviews, 1961.
80 18 Selected Poems, 1975.
80 19 Shadowing the Ground, 1991.
80 20 Tread the Dark, 1978.
80 21 Whisper to the Earth, 1981.

INTERVIEWS

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80 22 Interviews with Ignatow.
80 23 Kelen, Leslie. "An Interview with David Ignatow," ca. 1992.
80 24 National Public Radio. "Morning Edition" [brief segment begins on page 19].

ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

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81 1 Originals.

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CORRESPONDENCE

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82 1 Abramson, Neil, 1993.
82 2 Academy of American Poets, undated.
82 3 Adesso, Martha, undated.
82 4 American Craft Museum, 1992 - 1993.
82 5 American Lady Association, 1993.
82 6 American Nature Writing Newsletter, 1993.
82 7 Appleman, Margie, 1993 - 1993.
82 8 Ashland Poetry Press, undated.
82 9 Associated Writing Programs Board of Directors, 1993.
82 10 Bart, Barbara and Cliff, 1993.
82 11 Bartolomev, Ilinca, 1990.
82 12 Beautiful Gardens (Rob Kelly, ed.), 1993.
82 13 Bender, Bob, Vice President - Senior Editor Simon & Schuster, 1987.
82 14 Bennet, Carolyn, 1993.
82 15 Best American Poetry (David Lehman, ed.), 1993.
82 16 Birch Brook Press (Tom Tolnay, dir.), 1993.
82 17 Bohtumasi, Natalie and David, 1993.
82 18 Bong-You, Kathy (ed. Atlantic Monthly Press), 1985.
82 19 Bradley, John, 1993.
82 20-21 Brooklyn College - William Sherzer & Eric Steinberg, 1993.
82 22 Bureau of Public Debt, 1983.
82 23 Butscher, Edward, 1993.
82 24 Call, Jerry, 1993.
82 25 Chace, William (President, Wesleyan University), 1989.
82 26 Chawia, Louise, 1993.
82 27 Clark, Jo Ann, 1993.
82 28 Cleveland State University, re: Anthology "Violence & Our Country", 1993.
82 29 Clinton, Bill - Christmas card, 1993.
82 30 Coffee House Press, 1993.
82 31 Colette, Inez, 1993.
82 32 Collegiate Press, Editorial Advisory Board (Christopher Stanford, ed.), 1993.
82 33 Collier, Michael, 1993.
82 34 Columbia University, re: Lecturer appointments, 1992.
82 35 Columbia University Writing Program (Alan Ziegler, dir.), 1993.
82 36 Crittendon, Mary, 1993.
82 37 Crow, Mary, 1993.
82 38 Cutts, David, undated.
82 39 Daniels, Jim, undated.
82 40 Dark, Larry, 1989.
82 41 Dean, Paul, 1993.
82 42 Defined Providence, 1993.
82 43 DeMaria, Robert, 1992.
82 44 Dome, Erin [?], 1993.
82 45 Downtown, 1993.
82 46 Drunken Boat (Linh Dinh, ed.), 1993.
82 47 Edelberg, Cynthia, 1993.
82 48 Edfelt, Johannes, 1993.
82 49 Evenett, Graham, 1993.
82 50 Feinberg, Neil, 1993.
82 51 Freed, Ray, 1993.
82 52 Friedman, Dorothy, 1993.
82 53 Friedman, Norman, 1993.
82 54 Gaffigan, Michael, 1993.
82 55 Galloway, Anne, 1993.
82 56 Gerarduchamp, 1993.
82 57 Gioseffi, Daniela, 1993.
82 58 Goodrich, Patricia, undated.
82 59 Gregor, Debora and Michael Davidson, 1981.
82 60 Grigsby, Gordon, 1993.
82 61 Grist On-line, 1993.
82 62 Guild Hall, 1993.
82 63 Hall, Don, 1993.
82 64 Hammer, Mike, 1992.
82 65 Hancock, Mary Elle, 1993.
82 66 Hannah, Sarah, 1993.
82 67 Hartford Life Insurance Company, 1993.
82 68 Heath, William, 1993.
82 69 Herlauch [?], E. Ward, 1993.
82 70 Hindus, Milton, 1993.
82 71 Holmes, Shirley, 1993.
82 72 Honig, Edwin, 1993.
82 73 Hopkins, Jeannette, 1983 - 1990.
82 74 Hunt, Tony, 1992.
82 75 Ignatow, David, 1993.
82 76 Ignatow, Rose, 1993.
82 77 Ignatow, Yaedi, 1993.
82 78 Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1993.
82 79 Jacob, Robert H., 1993.
82 80 Jiping, Dong, 1993.
82 81 Johnson, Bruce, 1993.
82 82 Johnson, Peter, 1993.
82 83 Kamitz, Stanley, 1993.
82 84 Kelen, Leslie, 1993.
82 85 Kent State University, Dept. of Special Collections, 1993.
82 86 Kenyon, Karen and Diane Hill, 1992.
82 87 Kessler, Milton, 1993.
82 88 Kingsley, Chris, 1993.
82 89 Krapf, Norbert, 1992 - 1993.
82 90 Lawner, Lynne, 1993.
82 91 Lazer, Hank, 1993.
83 1 Lentz, Paul, 1993 - 1994.
83 2 Literary Network, 1993.
83 3 Literary Olympics, Inc., 1993.
83 4 Little, Geraldine, 1993.
83 5 Long Island University (Robert Gerbereux, Director of the Library), 1993.
83 6 Lux, Thomas, 1993.
83 7 MacArthur Fellows Program, 1993.
83 8 Malanga, Gerard, 1993.
83 9 Manani, Paul, 1993.
83 10 Martz, Louis L., 1992 - 1993.
83 11 Marzan, Julio, 1993.
83 12 Massman, Gordon, 1993.
83 13 Mazzaro, Jerome, 1993.
83 14 McIntosh - Griffin [?], Sandy, 1993.
83 15 McKernan, John, 1993.
83 16 Mezey, Robert, re: Hardie St. Martin, 1993.
83 17 Mills, Ralph, 1993.
83 18 Muller, Erik, 1993.
83 19 Murray, Dan, 1993.
83 20 National Poetry Foundation, 1993.
83 21 National Public Radio, 1984.
83 22 Newgarden, Albert, 1993.
83 23 New York State Office of Mental Health, 1993.
83 24 Oresick, Peter, 1993.
83 25 Pacernick, Gary, 1988 - 1993.
83 26 Painted Bride Quarterly, 1993.
83 27 Paul, Samuel and Sharon DeFreitas, 1993.
83 28 Pennywhistle Press, 1993.
83 29 People for the American Way, 1993.
83 30-31 Pequod, 1993.
83 32 Petrosky, Tony [?], 1993.
83 33 Phillips, Robert, 1993.
83 34 Planned Lifetime Assistance Network (PLAN), 1993.
83 35 Plath, Jim, 1993.
83 36 Plum Review, 1993.
83 37 Poetry Society of America, 1993.
83 38 Princeton University Library Chronicle (Patrica Marks ed.), 1993.
83 39 Prose Poem, An International Journal, 1993.
83 40 Providence College (Thomas McGonigle, Vice President), 1993.
83 41 Ray, David, 1993.
83 42 Replanski, Naomi, 1993.
83 43 Robin, Mark and Jackie, 1993.
83 44 Roffman, Rosalie, 1993.
83 45 Ryley, Bob, 1992.
83 46 Ryou, Kyong Hong, 1993.
83 47 Safelite Auto Glass Corporation, 1993.
83 48 Schramm, Thomas, 1993.
83 49 Scott, Anita, 1991.
83 50 Seidman, Hugh, 1993.
83 51 Shapiro, Harvey, 1993.
83 52 Shapiro, Karl, 1993.
83 53 Sheep Meadow Press (Stanley Moss), 1993.
83 54 Sjorberg, Leif, 1993.
83 55 Steinberg, David J. (President Long Island University), 1987.
83 56 Steloff, Frances, 1987.
83 57 Stever, Ed, 1993.
83 58 Stock, Norman, 1993.
83 59 Suermont, Tim, 1993.
83 60 Swenson, Karen, undated.
83 61 Swetz, van Middfilak, C. Wolfram, 1993.
83 62 Tagliabue, John, 1993.
83 63 Tamminen, Suzanna, 1991.
83 64 Time Being Books, 1993.
83 65 Trachtman, Charles, 1993.
83 66 Trafika (Ariane Conrad, ed. asst. and Jeff Young, ed.), 1993.
83 67 Turney, Robert, 1993.
83 68 Unesco (Indrek Tart), 1993.
83 69 University of Alabama Press (Rubye Taylor, Marketing Asst.), 1993.
83 70-71 University Press of New England, 1993.
83 72 Usatch, Sonia, 1993.
83 73 Voices on Vine, 1993.
83 74 Voyageur Press, 1993.
83 75 Vragolov, Zoran, 1993.
83 76 Wallace, George, 1993.
83 77 Walt Whitman Birthplace Association, 1993.
83 78 Wasserman, Rosanne, 1993.
83 79 Watter, Barrett, 1993.
83 80 Weiss, T. and R., 1993.
83 81 Wesleyan Tradition: Four Decades of American Poetry, 1993.
83 82 Wesleyan University Press, 1993.
83 86 Woodruff, Jay, 1993.
83 83 Who's Who in America, 1993.
83 84 Wiggins, Jim, 1993.
83 85 Winner, Sylviak, 1993.
83 87 Unidentified, 1993.
83 88 Unidentified, written by Ignatow, 1980 - 1992.

WRITINGS

Annotated Poetry Drafts

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84 1 1914-1989 (poem title), 1989.
84 2 About death I have ..., 1951.
84 3 Admitting Officer, 1960 - 1969.
84 4 Adolescence, 1980 - 1989.
84 5 Adultery, 1950 - 1959.
84 6 Aesthetics III, 1970 - 1979.
84 7 After having written ..., 1985.
84 8 After sex ..., undated.
84 9 A. G., 1957.
84 10 Aida's song ..., 1989.
84 11 All living is lying ..., 1970 - 1979.
84 12 All This, 1984.
84 13 All who have died ..., 1989.
84 14 Alone, I am surprised ..., 1976.
84 15 Already and perhaps ..., undated.
84 16 America, 1960 - 1969.
84 17 And in our fears ..., 1982.
84 18 And Nixon Slew ..., 1970.
84 19 And to me ..., 1950 - 1969.
84 20 Answer, 1974.
84 21 Answer, 1980 - 1989.
84 22 Approaching Eighty, 1993.
84 23 Armor, undated.
84 24 Artist, 1970 - 1979.
84 25 As a child, I thought ..., 1989.
84 26 As I am in communication ..., 1960 - 1969.
84 27 As I died ..., 1990 - 1994.
84 28 As If, 1970 - 1979.
84 29 As They Fly, undated.
84 30 At age seventy-two ..., 1986.
84 31 At All Costs, 1970 - 1979.
84 32 At my age ..., 1970 - 1979.
84 33 At night the darkened windows ..., 1954.
84 34 At sixty-two, I imagine ..., 1970 - 1979.
84 35 At the center ..., 1970 - 1979.
84 36 At the Moveis, 1970 - 1979.
84 37 At this moment I am ..., undated.
84 38 Atlas, 1990 - 1994.
84 39 August, undated.
84 40 Autumn ..., undated.
84 41 Autumn, 1986.
84 42 Awakening to Music, undated.
84 43 The baby carriage ..., 1960 - 1969.
84 44 The bare winter ..., 1960 - 1979.
84 45 A beast sleeps that ..., 1982.
84 46 Beauty is ..., 1989.
84 47 Because I must ..., 1970 - 1979.
84 48 Because of a melody, I can't ..., 1985.
84 49 Because so many of ..., 1979.
84 50 Before, 1977.
84 51 Begin from nothing the vacant ..., 1988.
84 52 Behind my eyelids ..., 1974.
84 53 Being Aware, 1972.
84 54 Beirut, 1970 - 1979.
84 55 Berryman, after hating ..., 1973.
84 56 Beside the sea ..., 1950 - 1959.
84 57 Bessie has gone ..., 1988.
84 58 Between Us, 1970 - 1979.
84 59 Bill Williams and Wife, 1960 - 1969.
84 60 Birds, 1960 - 1969.
84 61 Birth Clinic, undated.
84 62 Black eyes, snub nosed ..., 1950 - 1959.
84 63 Black granite ..., 1984.
84 64 A blackbird is approaching ..., undated.
84 65 The blooming trees ..., 1970 - 1979.
84 66 Blue Jay, you ..., 1980.
84 67 A blue jay ..., 1971.
84 68 Boarding the plane ..., 1988.
84 69 A body stretched ..., 1988.
84 70 The bombs have fallen ..., 1972.
84 71 Boss, 1960 - 1969.
84 72 Bowery, 1950 - 1959.
84 73 The breeze that seems ..., 1970 - 1979.
84 74 Builder, undated.
84 75 Bus Driver, 1973.
84 76 Can we still ..., 1970 - 1979.
84 77 Car, 1970 - 1979.
84 78 The car speeds ..., 1991.
84 79 The cashier lifted his eyes ..., 1970 - 1979.
84 80 The cat and I have ..., 1980 - 1989.
84 81 The center of ..., 1980 - 1989.
84 82 The child is crying ..., 1960 - 1969.
84 83 The childhood seeking ..., 1984.
84 84 Children, 1956.
84 85 Children for whom I am ..., 1960 - 1969.
84 86 Chipmunk, 1992.
84 87 Church Street, 1985.
84 88 Clinic, undated.
84 89 Cockroaches are so stupid ..., 1970 - 1979.
84 90 Cocktail, undated.
84 91 The comfort I have ..., 1950 - 1959.
84 92 Commuter, 1987.
84 93 Conditions, 1970 - 1979.
84 94 Condominium, 1979.
84 95 Confession Box, undated.
84 96 Confidential, 1970 - 1979.
84 97 Contact as the one ..., 1970 - 1979.
84 98 Contingent Love Song, 1950.
84 99 The corner store ..., 1950 - 1959.
84 100 The curtains are ..., 1980 - 1989.
84 101 Dad, you did ..., 1991.
84 102 Daughter, you must not ..., 1986.
84 103 David, 1964.
84 104 Dead, 1950 - 1959.
84 105 The dead are the ..., 1970 - 1979.
84 106 The dead are with us ..., 1970 - 1979.
84 107 The dead of my earning ..., 1960.
84 108 Death is rosy-cheeked ..., 1976.
84 109 Death without a doubt, 1950 - 1959.
84 110 Deep in is the feel ..., 1960 - 1969.
85 1 The deeper I go ..., 1970 - 1979.
85 2 The deer shot, they ..., 1950 - 1959.
85 3 Did you have to ..., 1955.
85 4 The difference that money makes ..., 1987.
85 5 Different, 1970 - 1979.
85 6 Digger, 1950 - 1959.
85 7 Dignity, 1950 - 1959.
85 8 Dilemma, undated.
85 9 Division, 1984.
85 10 Do you have a ..., undated.
85 11 Do you know, as you sit ..., undated.
85 12 Do you realize that ..., 1972.
85 13 Do you remember ..., 1970 - 1979.
85 14 Does this flower ..., 1970 - 1979.
85 15 A dog running ..., 1980 - 1981.
85 16 Domestic Summer, undated.
85 17 Domesticity, 1950 - 1959.
85 18 Dream [I am far above...], 1970 - 1979.
85 19 Dream [I am in a coal...], 1985.
85 20 Dreaming, 1981.
85 21 A drunk in the ..., 1992.
85 22 Dying is not the ..., 1992.
85 23 Each spring blooms ..., 1950 - 1959.
85 24 Earth too is alone in ..., 1970 - 1979.
85 25 Earth's Elect, 1960 - 1969.
85 26 Eichmann, undated.
85 27 Elect, 1970.
85 28 Emperor, 1960 - 1969.
85 29 Empty Place, 1960 - 1969.
85 30 Enigma, 1985.
85 31 Epigram, 1992.
85 32 Epitaph, 1960 - 1969.
85 33 Epitaph for a city, undated.
85 34 Epitaphs, 1949.
85 35 Erderle, who died ..., undated.
85 36 Executive, 1950 - 1959.
85 37 The eyes are ..., 1950 - 1959.
85 38 The face in the ..., 1988.
85 39 Faith, undated.
85 40 Fall, 1985.
85 41 Family Morning, 1955.
85 42 Fanny's Calves, 1992.
85 43 Far in is a memory ..., 1990 - 1994.
85 44 Farewell, 1992.
85 45 Father and Son, 1961 - 1962.
85 46 The few leaves ..., 1991.
85 47 Final Dream, 1970 - 1979.
85 48 Finally, 1985.
85 49 Finding ourselves, 1970 - 1979.
85 50 Fire, 1980 - 1989.
85 51 Five Short Poems by David Ignatow, 1950 - 1989.
85 52 The flower dies swiftly ..., 1940 - 1949.
85 53 The flower lover ..., 1950 - 1959.
85 54 Flowers, 1970 - 1979.
85 55 Flowers too, 1980 - 1989.
85 56 For a Dead Poet, 1980 - 1989.
85 57 For Ernest Lubin, undated.
85 58 For Johannes Edfelt, 1991.
85 59 For Mr. Levitt at Levittown, Long Island 1953, undated.
85 60 For My 41 Year, undated.
85 61 For My Love, 1950 - 1959.
85 62 For Nat Koffman, 1950 - 1959.
85 63 For Stanley Kunitz, 1986.
85 64 For the Sweatheart of Us All, 1970 - 1979.
85 65 For twelve years ..., 1989.
85 66 For what reason ..., 1984.
85 67 The form falls in ..., 1960 - 1969.
85 68 Fragment, 1972.
85 69 Friends, undated.
85 70 From My Window, 1970 - 1979.
85 71 Fundamentalist, undated.
85 72 Funeral, 1950 - 1959.
85 73 Gentle, 1960 - 1969.
85 74 Gentle as I try ..., 1950 - 1959.
85 75 Go sit at a desk ..., 1960 - 1969.
85 76 God, undated.
85 77 Going to the Movies, 1970 - 1979.
85 78 Good by [sic], home ..., undated.
See also poem entitled "Living" 1980
85 79 Good Samaritan, 1985.
85 80 Graveyard, 1970 - 1979.
85 81 Have I died ..., 1952.
85 82 Have Mercy, undated.
85 83 Have you heard?, 1970.
85 84 He ... [?] ... [?] her body ... (holograph), undated.
85 85 He Prefers Happiness, 1985.
85 86 He remembers his father's ..., undated.
85 87 He says to her, you can stay ..., undated.
85 88 He sees the oncoming ..., 1984.
85 89 He should know, 1963.
85 90 He thanks God ..., 1987.
85 91 He was distressed at his ..., 1988.
85 92 He was fascinated ..., 1987.
85 93 Hebrew Lesson, 1988.
85 94 Help Me Grow, undated.
85 95 Here comes the ..., 1971.
85 96 Here I am in town ..., 1970 - 1979.
85 97 Here I am locked ..., 1973.
85 98 Ho Ho Ho, 1970 - 1979.
85 99 Holiday, undated.
85 100 Home Talk, 1988.
85 101 Hospital, 1970 - 1979.
85 102 How did this ..., 1977.
85 103 How I turned away ..., 1973.
85 104 How many years ..., 1992.
85 105 How much time ..., 1960 - 1969.
85 106 How to be dead ..., 1972.
85 107 Human Condition I, 1960 - 1969.
85 108 Human Condition II, undated.
85 109 Hunters, 1950 - 1959.
86 1 I am a blade of grass ..., 1980 - 1989.
86 2 I am a radio ..., 1973.
86 3 I am alone, mother, without you ..., 1984.
86 4 I am alone ..., 1970 - 1979.
86 5 I am alone with ..., 1986.
86 6 I am detached ..., 1982.
86 7 I am dying of ..., 1958.
86 8 I am haunted by my father's ..., 1954.
86 9 I am in search ..., 1986.
86 10 I am Jonathan ..., 1940 - 1949.
86 11 I am writing ..., 1989.
86 12 I am nourished ..., undated.
86 13 I am seated at ..., 1984.
86 14 I am seated in ..., 1989.
86 15 I am sitting ..., 1989.
86 16 I am standing on open ..., 1988.
86 17 I am stripped ..., 1993.
86 18 I am, therefore I ..., 1985.
86 19 I awaken beside your ..., 1974.
86 20 I awoke this morning to ..., 1974.
86 21 I believe in thee ..., 1986.
86 22 I built a room ..., 1977.
86 23 I can ask my ..., 1971.
86 24 I can believe in ..., 1985.
86 25 I can still ..., undated.
86 26 I can't move out ..., 1993.
86 27 I can't remember ..., 1970 - 1979.
86 28 I couldn't have loved you as ..., 1964.
86 29 I do know that ..., 1970 - 1979.
86 30 I didn't raise a moustache to ..., 1980 - 1989.
86 31 I do know ..., 1980 - 1989.
86 32 I do not dream ..., 1954.
86 33 I do not want my life to ..., 1960 - 1969.
86 34 I feel myself whole ..., 1980 - 1989.
86 35 I feel no imperative ..., 1987.
86 36 I feel there ..., 1977.
86 37 I find hospitals comforting ..., 1993.
86 38 I had first to ..., 1988.
86 39 I have a name ..., 1988.
86 40 I have already ..., 1988.
86 41 I hate him because ..., 1960 - 1969.
86 42 I have a name ..., 1988.
86 43 I have already ..., 1980 - 1989.
86 44 I hate life ..., 1970 - 1979.
86 45 I have placed myself in a tightly ..., 1960 - 1969.
86 46 I hear my mother ..., 1960 - 1969.
86 47 I know the time is coming ..., 1970.
86 48 I leaned, ruffling my ..., 1950 - 1959.
86 49 I let the silence ..., 1977.
86 50 I live among trees ..., 1991.
86 51 I live in a sad house ..., 1985.
86 52 I lived, not to die ..., 1991.
86 53 I look at the many ..., 1980 - 1989.
86 54 I look with wonder and delight ..., 1980 - 1989.
86 55 I lost home in ..., undated.
86 56 I miss God ..., 1970 - 1979.
86 57 I miss waking up ..., 1970 - 1979.
86 58 I must accept my ..., 1977.
86 59 I must set a shape ..., 1950 - 1959.
86 60 I must show my body ..., 1960 - 1969.
86 61 I need every friend ..., 1987.
86 62 I Will Be Gone, undated.
86 63 I notice my shoes do not ..., 1977.
86 64 I picked up in ..., 1971.
86 65 I prefer to address ..., 1991.
86 66 I really don't know who I ..., undated.
86 67 I remember ..., 1986.
86 68 I saw an insect ..., 1992.
86 69 I screamed, he shouted ..., 1940 - 1949.
86 70 I see Whitman ..., 1980 - 1989.
86 71 I shall die ..., undated.
86 72 I sit here writing ..., 1960 - 1969.
86 73 I shall never be anyone ..., 1979.
86 74 I sit in idleness to recover ..., 1985.
86 75 I stare at your ..., 1991.
86 76 I surmount pair ..., 1960 - 1969.
86 77 I think I live for ..., undated.
86 78 I thought you ..., 1992.
86 79 I understand your work as a denial ..., undated.
86 80 I walk and talk ..., 1961.
86 81 I want to write ..., 1970 - 1979.
86 82 I was a child ..., 1960 - 1969.
86 83 I was an angry ..., 1991.
86 84 I was born ..., 1993.
86 85 I was you ..., 1974.
86 86 I watched a tigress eat ..., 1960 - 1969.
86 87 I will always be ..., 1957.
86 88 I will miss joy ..., 1980 - 1989.
86 89 I worship the manure ..., 1980 - 1989.
86 90 I would be buried ..., 1960 - 1969.
86 91 I would be pummeled by rain ..., 1988.
86 92 I would be pummeled ..., 1988.
86 93 I write, 1953.
86 94 I write of dying ..., 1991.
86 95 I write to live as ..., 1953.
86 96 I write with ..., 1953.
86 97 I'd rather look around me ..., 1985.
86 98 The idea is to live ..., undated.
86 99 If he knew how ..., 1955.
86 100 If I am to live ..., 1970 - 1979.
86 101 If I can't write ..., 1979.
86 102 If I make money ..., 1950 - 1959.
86 103 If I were someone to respect ..., 1970.
86 104 If we could be brought ..., undated.
86 105 If When I Die, 1970 - 1979.
86 106 I'm closing my door ..., 1959.
86 107 I'm in terror, 1974.
86 108 I'm reduced to ..., 1993.
86 109 I'm so pleased ..., 1979.
86 110 I'm tired of taking ..., 1985.
86 111 I'm very angry ..., 1991.
86 112 I'm waiting. The film has yet ..., 1970 - 1979.
86 113 I'm waiting, until my stomach ..., 1970.
87 1 Imagine picking up ..., 1960 - 1969.
87 2 Individualist, 1977.
87 3 Immortality, 1970 - 1979.
87 4 Implicated, 1980 - 1989.
87 5 Improvisation, undated.
87 6 In a Dream [I emptied a...], 1970 - 1979.
87 7 In a Dream [I am awakened...], 1970 - 1979.
87 8 In a Foreign Country, 1961.
87 9 In life we solve ..., 1960 - 1969.
87 10 In Me, 1970 - 1979.
87 11 In Memoriam, 1988.
87 12 In Memoriam, undated.
87 13 In Memoriam: For Sam, undated.
87 14 In My Life, 1985.
87 15 In Praise of Nothing, 1987.
87 16 In search of myself ..., 1973.
87 17 In suffering, she is ..., 1985.
87 18 In the beginning, 1988.
87 19 In the city they ..., 1991.
87 20 In the dust ..., 1985.
87 21 In the morning when ..., 1984.
87 22 In the parquet floor, 1988 - 1991.
87 23 In the ripe ..., 1991.
87 24 In the silence of ..., 1970 - 1979.
87 25 In whose death do we grow ..., 1950.
87 26 In Uncle's Hardware Store, 1950 - 1959.
87 27 Indolent, 1993.
87 28 Inheritance, 1950 - 1969.
87 29 An insect climbed up ..., 1992.
87 30 Instead, 1960 - 1969.
87 31 Instructions, 1972.
87 32 Interlude, 1960 - 1969.
87 33 It begins with ..., 1982.
87 34 It had come to where ..., undated.
87 35 It is good to live ..., 1990 - 1994.
87 36 It is peculiar ..., 1960 - 1969.
87 37 It is sad to ..., 1984.
87 38 It is terrifying ..., 1993.
87 39 It stares back ..., 1992.
87 40 It was comforting to ..., 1960 - 1969.
87 41 It was little, its ..., 1984.
87 42 It's a day to day life ..., 1986.
87 43 It's Amazing, 1970 - 1979.
87 44 It's darkness in this ..., 1977.
87 45 It's dull, Paul, to have ..., 1986.
87 46 It's me, the little pool ..., 1973.
87 47 It's not the same ..., 1981.
87 48 It's of no consequence ..., 1960 - 1969.
87 49 I've been afraid ..., 1979.
87 50 I've lived to find that ..., 1983.
87 51 I've wanted to ..., 1984.
87 52 Jailbait, 1965.
87 53 Jealousy, 1992.
87 54 Joy flashing across ..., 1980 - 1989.
87 55 Just Imagine, 1972.
87 56 Just one day ..., 1970 - 1979.
87 57 Kaleidiscope, 1987.
87 58 Kill it everytime ..., 1970.
87 59 The kind of death ..., 1950 - 1959.
87 60 King Solomon, 1950 - 1959.
87 61 Last Letter, 1960 - 1969.
87 62 Last Thoughts Swimming, 1985.
87 63 Last Words, 1981.
87 64 Leader, 1970 - 1979.
87 65 Lecture, 1970 - 1979.
87 66 Left to myself ..., 1977.
87 67 Life and death are ..., 1970 - 1979.
87 68 Life is such a disappointment ..., 1980.
87 69 The life we live ..., undated.
87 70 Like my mother, ..., 1984.
87 71 The lioness licks her ..., 1992.
87 72 A little while ago ..., 1985.
87 73 Listening, undated.
87 74 Live because you have a sweet ..., undated.
87 75 Lives, undated.
87 76 Living, 1970 - 1979.
87 77 Living [Good by [sic], home...], 1980 - 1989.
87 78 Living [I am the last...], undated.
87 79 Living with a Tree, 1980 - 1989.
87 80 Lounging, 1950 - 1959.
87 81 Love, 1950.
87 82 The love we had for one ..., 1985.
87 83 Lower me into my grave ..., 1940 - 1959.
87 84 Lying on the bed ..., 1961.
87 85 Lying quietly on the bed ..., 1985.
87 86 Madman, 1940 - 1949.
87 87 Man, 1960 - 1969.
87 88 Man cannot leap ..., 1955 - 1955.
87 89 The man in the ..., 1980 - 1991.
87 90 Man of his Times, 1980 - 1989.
87 91 Man Who Fell Apart, 1992.
87 92 Marketing, 1940 - 1949.
87 93 Married, 1950 - 1959.
87 94 Medical Report, undated.
87 95 Meditation I, 1970 - 1979.
87 96 Meditation 835, 1970 - 1979.
87 97 Memoir, 1950 - 1959.
87 98 Memories, undated.
87 99 Middle Age, undated.
87 100 Midnight, 1980 - 1989.
87 101 The mind is a coal ..., 1985.
87 102 Miscellaneous holographic poem drafts, undated.
87 103 Miscellanoeus published poems by Ignatow, undated.
87 104 Mobiles, 1970 - 1979.
87 105 More and More, undated.
88 1 Moths, 1987.
88 2 The moths clinging .., 1980 - 1989.
88 3 The mountains are for ..., 1970 - 1979.
88 4 The anxieties have been ..., 1971.
88 5 My body is ending ..., 1969 - 1989.
88 6 My Cat, undated.
88 7 My colleages more ..., 1970.
88 8 My father blowing ..., 1993.
88 9 My father, I lived ..., 1960 - 1969.
88 10 My father loves me ..., 1950 - 1959.
88 11 My father, you ..., 1991.
88 12 My language is made ..., 1970 - 1979.
88 13 My life is not ..., 1993.
88 14 My meaning is not flesh ..., undated.
88 15 My mind is ..., 1986.
88 16 My mother in corsets ..., 1960 - 1969.
88 17 My parents are ..., 1980 - 1989.
88 18 My parents meant ..., 1993.
88 19 My problem is I no longer..., 1980 - 1989.
88 20 My stomach aches ..., 1980 - 1989.
88 21 My Story, 1954.
88 22 My wife, my former ..., 1991.
88 23 Myself, 1988.
88 24 Myth, 1984.
88 25 Mythos, undated.
88 26 Nameless One, 1984.
88 27 New York [You don't have...], 1940 - 1949.
88 28 New York [I had to laugh...], undated.
88 29 A nice day begins ..., 1987.
88 30 The night is calm ..., 1963.
88 31 Night Scene from My Apartment Window, 1970 - 1979.
88 32 Nocturne, 1985.
88 33 Now, 1984.
88 34 Now that he is dying ..., undated.