Abstract

Papers of John Taggart, a contemporary American poet known for his formal and prosodic innovations. In addition to his long career as a professor at Shippensburg State University, Taggart has been involved in supporting literary communities and has written about key artistic and literary figures, in addition to producing his own creative work. The collection contains manuscripts and typescripts of Taggart's published and unpublished poetry, juvenilia from the 1960s and 70s, and fiction. The collection also contains many of his personal journals, notebooks, and loose notecards, as well as ongoing correspondence with writers, artists, and editors such as Theodore Enslin and Susan Howe. Taggart's work on translations of Sappho, Aeschylus, and Francis Ponge is also included. His nonfiction work consists mostly of essays, both published and unpublished, devoted to the work of individual writers and artists, such as George Oppen and Edward Hopper, as well as collective movements such as the Objectivist poets. Of note are included drafts of his articles "Walk Out: Rereading George Oppen" (CHICAGO REVIEW, 1998) and "George Oppen: One Line" (FLASHPOINT, 2002). The collection represents Taggart's ongoing poetic contributions, such as the collections DODEKA, CROSSES, WHEN THE SAINTS, and, most recently, PASTORELLES, as well as his lengthy continued correspondence with literary figures. Also of note are miscellaneous materials such as three-dimensional paper constructions as well as course materials related to his long tenure as a professor.

Biography

John Taggart was born in 1942 in Guthrie Center, Iowa. He graduated with honors in 1965 from Earlham College in Indiana, earning a B.A. in English Literature and Philosophy. In 1966 he received a M.A. in English Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Chicago, and in 1974 he completed a Ph.D. in the Humanities Interdisciplinary Studies Program at Syracuse University. His dissertation, titled "Intending a Solid Object: A Study in Objectivist Poetics," was one of the first extended discussions of the compositional strategies informing the work of poets Louis Zukofsky and George Oppen. Though the work has never been published as a monograph, revised sections of it have appeared in LOUIS ZUKOFSKY: MAN AND POET, edited by Carroll F. Terrell (National Poetry Foundation, 1979) and CREDENCES: JOURNAL OF TWENTIETH CENTURY POETRY AND POETICS (nos. 2-3 Fall/Winter, 1982).

Taggart's poetry first appeared in print in 1965, when three poems--"Upon the Sweeping Flood," "An Egyptian Cat," and an "Evening with Anna Akhmatova"--were published in CRUCIBLE. Since then Taggart's work has appeared in many little magazines and literary journals including THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW, THE PAINTED BRIDE QUARTERLY, IRONWOOD, BOUNDRY 2, SULFUR, and TEMBLOR. His work was featured in the 1969 summer issue of Cid Corman's ORIGIN, and the 1979 spring issue of PAPER AIR was given over entirely to Taggart's work. Besides Taggart's long poem "Peace on Earth," a "healing prayer" on the Vietnam War, the issue included commentary on Taggart's work by Toby Olson, Bruce Andrews, Jackson Mac Low, Paul Metcalf, and several others. Taggart's poetry has also been printed in several anthologies including THE GIST OF ORIGIN (Grossman, 1975), PUSHCART PRIZE ANTHOLOGY (Avon, 1980), NEW DIRECTIONS: AN INTERNATIONAL ANTHOLOGY OF PROSE AND POETRY (issues 24 and 41), and POETES AMERICANS D'AUJOURD'HUI (Delta, 1986).

In addition to numerous appearances in literary magazines and journals, Taggart has also published several collections of verse. TO CONSTRUCT A CLOCK and PRISM AND THE PINE TWIG (Elizabeth Press 1971 and 1977), Taggart's first and third books, are collections of short objectivist exercises in the manner of Zukofsky and Oppen. THE PYRAMID IS A PURE CRYSTAL (Elizabeth Press, 1974) and DODEKA, with an introduction by Robert Duncan (Membrane, 1979) reveal Taggart's development of a unique style which has attracted considerable favorable attention for its prosodic innovation and formal complexity. In each book, short, pithy objectivist-like images are inscribed inside of boxes and then "plaited" together at the end of each section. THE PYRAMID IS A PURE CRYSTAL is a meditation on a citation from the writings of Georges Vantongerloo, while DODEKA is a retelling of the Hippasus legend, an important character in Pythagorean lore and also the subject of Charles Olson's "The Praises." The formal foundation of both poems, however, is the medieval musical principle of "cantus firmus." In PEACE ON EARTH (Turtle Island, 1981) and DEHISCENCE (Membrane, 1983) Taggart decided to break with the "gem-like" solidity of DODEKA, opting for a much longer line composed of small, repeating syntactical units. While these poems still display Taggart's fascination with Zukofsky' proposal that music is the upper limit of speech, they also indicate his adaptation of etymological strategies discovered in the poetry of Erza Pound and Charles Olson.

Besides the attention given to his poetry, Taggart has earned a reputation as a judicious, though infrequent, commentator on contemporary American poetry.

In addition to seminal articles on Zukofsky, Oppen and objectivist poetics, Taggart has also reviewed the work of Wallace Stevens, William Bronk, Robert Duncan, Bruce Andrews, Theodore Enslin, and several other contemporary American poets. He was also the editor and publisher of MAPS, an acclaimed literary magazine appearing during the late 1960s and early 1970s, and, in 1978, edited an issue of TRUCK (1978) devoted to the work of Enslin.

Taggart has been a professor of literature and creative writing at Shippensburg State University since 1969. His work as writer and teacher has been awarded a Ford Foundation (1965), a Distinguished Academic Service Award from the Pennsylvania Department of Education, and two National Endowments for the Arts Writing Fellowships (1976 and 1986).

Scope and Content

Accessions Processed in 1987

The collection documents the literary and scholarly career of John Taggart, university professor, editor, critic, and, foremost, poet. While there is considerable material from the 1960s, particularly numerous essays by Taggart while an undergraduate at Earlham College and a graduate student at the University of Chicago, the bulk of the collection dates from the early 1970s when Taggart was a doctoral student at Syracuse University and concurrently occupied with assembling the first collection of poetry and editing MAPS.

The collection is arranged in seven series: 1) NOTEBOOKS AND JOTTINGS, 2) POETRY (divided into 10 sub-series), 3) FICTION, 4) TRANSLATIONS, 5) ESSAYS AND REVIEWS, 6) CORRESPONDENCE, and 7) MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.

SERIES 1: NOTEBOOKS AND JOTTINGS

Series One, NOTEBOOKS AND JOTTINGS, consists of notebooks, journals, and notecards dating from 1963 to 1983, and of newspaper clippings with annotations or attached notes. Most of the earlier notebooks appear related to classes Taggart attended at Earlham College and Syracuse University. The loose notecards filed in this series are citations taken from his reading during the 1970s. (Taggart has been fond of composing on notecards and small sizes of loose leaf paper before preparing a final draft on standard 8 x 11 paper. Typically these notecards have been filed with or in close proximity to the typescript to which they pertain, but only when the that relationship was quite evident.) The journals written during the 1980s are more closely connected to subsequently published work; they often contain seed ideas for poems and essays, but also citations from and comments on other writers.

SERIES 2: POETRY

The second series, POETRY, is divided into ten subseries and includes worksheets, heavily annotated drafts, and final versions of poems. The first subseries is a grouping of 110 or so unpublished poems, many of which are standard academic exercises--odes, sonnets, elegies, etc.-- dating from ca. 1963-1968. There are also a few poems written for Donald Justice's poetry workshops at Syracuse University, which are annotated by Justice. (Several of the poems filed in the first sub-series may indeed have appeared in print. Unfortunately time constraints did not allow for an exhaustive investigation.) The second sub-series, dating from 1964 to 1985, consists of some 45 published poems which have not been collected in any of Taggart's books. Constituting the third sub-series is LLIVEFOREVER, a lyrical mixture of poetry and meditations on the philosophy of Edmund Husserl and Martin Heidegger. Sub-series D-I consists of the manuscripts for each of Taggart's seven collections: TO CONSTRUCT A CLOCK (1972), THE PYRAMID IS A PURE CRYSTAL (1974), PRISM AND THE PINE TWIG (1977), DODEKA (1979), PEACE ON EARTH (1981), DEHISCENCE (1983), and LOOP. Sub-series A and B are arranged alphabetically; dates of composition are provided whenever they are known. the remaining sub-series mirror the arrangement of the published collection to which they pertain. Dates for the composition of individual poems are given as provided by the poet.

SERIES 3: FICTION

FICTION, the third series, is one of the smaller series in the collection. It consists of six unpublished works.

SERIES 4: TRANSLATIONS

The TRANSLATIONS series contains translations of Sapphos' First Fragment and of Francis Ponge's "My Creative Method."

SERIES 5: ESSAYS AND REVIEWS

ESSAYS AND REVIEWS, ca. 1964-1985, is divided into two subseries: unpublished and published. The subseries of unpublished essays consists almost wholly of papers written for undergraduate and graduate courses, most of which address the works of literary authors. Of particular interest are the papers regarding Wallace Stevens, Walt Whitman and Henry Miller, and Taggart's dissertation on the Objectivist poets. The subseries of published essays includes papers treating the work of William Bronk, Robert Duncan, Louis Zukofsky, and Susan Howe. It also includes two statements of Taggart's poetics, "The Poem as Woven Scarf" and "Of the Power of the Word," as well as correspondence to Taggart from various writers, artists, and editors.

SERIES 6: CORRESPONDENCE

Charles Bernstein, George Butterick, Robert Creeley, Ted Enslin, Bradford Graves, Susan Howe, Paul Metcalf, Toby Olson, George Oppen, Ron Silliman, James Weil, and Karl Young are some of the more represented correspondents, but there are also letters from Rene Char, Robert Duncan, Leslie Fiedler, and Louis Zukofsky. Several of the correspondents files, the Robert Duncan for one, also contain literary manuscripts or typescripts by the correspondent.

SERIES 7: MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS, the last series, is comprised of C.E. Hockersmith's musical settings for four of Taggart's poems, of syllabi for courses Taggart taught at Shippensburg State University, and of various publicity releases.

Accessions Processed in 1989

The accessions to the John Taggart Papers processed in 1989 complement previously processed materials in the collection. The additional materials are organized into the same general series used in the 1987 processing. The 1989 additions are arranged in four series: 1) POETRY; 2) ESSAYS AND REVIEWS; 3) CORRESPONDENCE; and 4) MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.

SERIES 1: POETRY

The POETRY series includes three subseries, two of which relate directly to the previously processed collection, while the third represents Taggart's most recent work. The DODEKA subseries contains a version prepared for poetry readings, which varies from the published edition; while the LOOP materials comprise worksheets for poems not included in the previous LOOP subseries. Taggart's latest poems are organized under the title STANDING WAVE and are arranged by order in which they will appear in the published work.

SERIES 2: ESSAYS AND REVIEWS

The ESSAYS AND REVIEWS series contains one subseries of essays and one subseries of reviews. This subseries differs from the 1987 subseries in that no distinction has been made regarding published versus unpublished works. Included among these essays are a college paper on Charles Olson, notes on a paper for the UCSD Oppen Conference, and an exhibition catalogue essay on the sculpture of Bradford Graves. Also included are Taggart reviews of the recent works of Theodore Enslin, Susan Howe, and Karl Young. The materials in each subseries are arranged alphabetically by title.

SERIES 3: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series contains many of the same correspondents included in the collection processed in 1987, although more than two thirds of correspondents are new. Letters are organized by author, then arranged chronologically from earliest to latest. Among the correspondents in this series are Theodore Enslin, Bradford Graves, David Melnick, Bradford Morrow, Andrew Schelling, and Karl Young. Of special importance is the abundant correspondence between Taggart and Enslin, including both incoming and outgoing letters. The Taggard-Enslin correspondence is deeply personal and involves discussions of contemporary writing, current events, music, and philosophical issues.

SERIES 4: MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS

The MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS series includes three-dimensional paper models and a metal frame used in the composition of the poem "Dodeka." Also contained in this group is a reel-to-reel audio tape recording of a 1965 reading Taggart organized in support of Exclusions, which later became the magazine MAPS. The series also includes a group of sketches by Bradford Graves for Taggart's poem "Peace On Earth."

Accessions Processed in 1991

The accessions to the John Taggart Papers processed in 1991 contain correspondence, poetry, and essays and are arranged in three series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE, 2) POETRY and 3) ESSAYS.

SERIES 1: CORRESPONDENCE

Most of the correspondents in the CORRESPONDENCE series are not represented in previous accessions. New correspondents include Bobby Byrd, James Laughlin, Gil Ott, Abraham Veinus, and John Wilson. Significant correspondents also appearing in previous accessions include Ted Enslin and Bradford Graves. Materials date from the 1970s and 1980s and are arranged alphabetically by correspondent.

SERIES 2: POETRY

The POETRY series contains drafts and revisions of Taggart's translation of fragments from the lost plays of Aeschylus. Also included are proofs and the working manuscript of Loop used by the Sun & Moon Press.

SERIES 3: ESSAYS

Drafts of a series of essays on Edward Hopper are located in the ESSAYS series. Also in this series are drafts of an essay on the fiction of Toby Olson entitled "Where All Beauty Resides" and drafts of an essay on Charles Olson and Herman Melville.

Accessions Processed in 1993

The accessions to the John Taggart papers processed in 1993 contain letters from Ted Enslin (1990-1993) and letters from Susan Howe (1984-1991). Also included are drafts, typescripts, and galley proofs for recent writings by Taggart; four essays by Susan Howe with marginal notes by Taggart; and eleven bound notebooks (1983-1991) containing reading notes, draft versions of essays and poems, and daily journal entries.

The materials are arranged in three series: 1) LETTERS, 2) WRITINGS and 3) NOTEBOOKS.

Accessions Processed in 1994

The accesssions to the John Taggart Papers processed in 1994 are arranged in three series: 1) POETRY, 2) ESSAYS and 3) CORRESPONDENCE.

SERIES 1: POETRY

The POETRY series includes a group of poems grouped by Taggart under the title CROSSES. The remaining material in the series consists of annotated drafts of poems dated from 1990-1994, none of which have appeared in Taggart's previous collections.

SERIES 2: ESSAYS

The ESSAYS series contains material related to Taggart's collection of essays entitled REMAINING IN THE LIGHT: ANT MEDITATIONS ON A PAINTING BY EDWARD HOPPER. Also included are materials related to Taggart's collection of essays on contemporary poetry and poetics, SONGS OF DEGREES; an essay on the Black Mountain Poets; and an essay describing his methodology in the translation of the lost plays of Aeschylus.

SERIES 3: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series contains many of the same correspondents found previously in the collection, although some new correspondents appear. Included is correspondence with the University of Alabama Press regarding the production process for SONGS OF DEGREES. Materials date from the 1970s to 1994.

Accession Processed in 1999

The accession to the John Taggart Papers processed in 1999 contains manuscript and typescript drafts for poems, including the long poem entitled "Problema," and a talk entitled "Mnemotechnic: 15 Notes." The materials are arranged alphabetically.

Accession Processed in 1995

The accession processed in 1995 contains manuscripts and correspondence documenting Taggart's literary activity during the period 1990-1995. The accession is arranged in two series: 1) WRITINGS and 2) CORRESPONDENCE.

SERIES 1: WRITINGS

Manuscripts of poems to be included in the collection CROSSES, a corrected typescript for SONGS OF DEGREES (a collection of previously published essays issued by the University of Alabama Press), and individual essays on George Oppen, Robert Creeley, Barbara Guest, and Gavin Bryars.

SERIES 2: CORRESPONDENCE

Letters from various writers and friends including Charles Bernstein, Lew Daly, Ted Enslin, Alan Golding, Bradford Graves, Paul Metcalf, Pam Rehm, Rosmarie Waldrop, and Karl Young.

Accessions Processed in 1996

The accessions to the John Taggart Papers processed in 1996 contain manuscripts and typescripts of poems for the collection CROSSES, "Hopper variations," and several new works entitled "Rhapsodies," "Samba De Orpheo," and "Winter/Pink Flamingo." The materials are arranged alphabetically in one series: 1) WRITINGS.

Accession Processed in 1998

Additions to the John Taggart Papers processed in 1998 contain correspondence dating primarily from the years 1994-1997, with a few exceptions (such as a letter from Mary Oppen dated 1974 and a letter from Celia Zukofsky dated 1979). Also included are manuscripts, typescripts and notes for the essays "Mere Illustrations: Maurice Sendak and Melville" and "Walk Out: Rereading George Oppen," as well as for various poems from the collection CROSSES and various uncollected works. The accession also contains a few miscellaneous items and notes. The materials are arranged in three series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE, 2) WRITINGS and 3) MISCELLANEOUS.

ACCESSION PROCESSED IN 2000

The accession to the John Taggart Papers processed in 2000 includes notebooks (1996-1999), drafts of "Chicago Breakdown" and "When the Saints," and correspondence (some of which includes works written by Taggart's correspondents). The bulk of the material dates from the years 1996-2000. The materials are arranged in three series: 1) NOTEBOOKS, 2) WRITINGS, and 3) CORRESPONDENCE.

Accession Processed in 2005

The accession to the John Taggart Papers processed in 2005 includes materials which are arranged in two series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE and 2) WRITINGS.

SERIES 1: CORRESPONDENCE

The first series contains ongoing correspondence with literary editors, fellow poets, and friends, including extensive correspondence from Kathleen R. Postle (1960-2000), who served as tenured literature faculty at Taggart's undergraduate alma mater, Earlham College. Some of the files contain literary works written by the correspondents.

SERIES 2: WRITINGS

The series WRITINGS is arranged in three subseries: A) PASTORELLES, B) Unpublished Poems, and C) Essays. These subseries contain drafts of the poems published as the collection PASTORELLES, as well as a substantial number of unpublished poems and essays. The bulk of the poetic material dates from the years 1998-2002. Essays by Taggart include: "Henry Miller and the Whitman Tradition," "John Ashbery's 'Clepsydra': An Apologetics for the Modernist Poem" (1968), "Some Propositions and Exercises for the Critic of the Modernist Poem," drafts for a talk on George Oppen (2002), an essay on Mozart, and the preface for a Zukofsky essay.

Accessions Processed in 1987

NOTEBOOKS AND JOTTINGS

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1 1 Earlham Notebook, Part 1, 1963 - 1964. 49 lvs
1 2 Earlham Notebook, Part 2, 1963 - 1964. 50 lvs.
1 3 Earlham Notebook, Part 3, 1963 - 1964. 50 lvs.
1 4 Earlham Notebook, Part 4, 1963 - 1964. 47 lvs.
1 5 Notebook, 1969. 60 lvs.
1 6 Notebook "Surrealism", 1969. 61 lvs.
1 7 Notebook "Arts-Ideas of 18th Century". 62 lvs.
1 8 Notebook "Analytic Problems in Visual Arts", 1969. 60 lvs.
1 9 Notebook "Wittgenstein", 1970. 62 lvs.
1 10 Selected Notebooks on Romanticism. 78 lvs.
1 11 Selected Notes on Walt Whitman. 68 lvs.
1 12 Selected Notes on Arnold Schoenberg. 22 lvs.
1 13 Notes on Luminist Painters, 1975. 41 lvs.
1 14 Assorted Notecards. 173 lvs.
2 1 Assorted Notecards, 1978. 157 lvs.
2 2 Assorted Notecards, 1978. 143 lvs.
2 3 Assorted Notecards. 63 lvs.
2 4 Notebook, 1981 - 1982. 60 lvs.
2 5 Journal, 1982. 82 lvs.
2 6 Notebook, 1982 - 1983. 84 lvs.
2 7 Newspaper Clippings with notes Attached. 39 lvs.
2 8 Newspaper Clippings with notes Attached. 36 lvs.
2 9 Newspaper Clippings with notes Attached. 39 lvs.
2 10 Newspaper Clippings with notes Attached. 30 lvs.
2 11 Newspaper Clippings with notes Attached. 50 lvs.

Juvenilia and Unpublished Poetry

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2 12 Adultery, 1928: A Model, 1969. 2 TSa (3 lvs.)
2 13 And this has also been..., 1965. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
2 14 Anise. 1 TSa, by instructor (1 leaf)
2 15 Antinous of Eleusis. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
2 16 Approximations of a Galvometer. 1 TSa, by Donald Justice (5 lvs.)
2 17 Artemis, 1965. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
2 18 At the Grave of Blind Lemon Jefferson, 1965. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
2 19 Bowl-Ring Valentine Poem, 1970. 1 TSa, 1 TS (2 lvs.)
2 20 Burning of My Cock's House. 2 TSa (2 lvs.)
3 1 But There Is No Evading, 1974. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 2 Chirographi. 3 TSa (3 lvs.)
3 3 Coming Forth By Day, 1966. 24 MS, 5 TSa, 1 TS (34 lvs.)
3 4 Dancing - Lesson. 1 TS (3 lvs.)
3 5 David Smith. 1 TSa, by Donald Justice (1 leaf)
3 6 Day's Sickness, 1965. 3 TSa, 1 TS (4 lvs.)
3 7 Dead is Now That Bankrupt. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 8 Despairing. 3 TSa, 2 TS (5 lvs.)
3 9 Early, Adolescent Solipsism, 1964. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 10 Eight Lines on the State of the Nation / Realizati. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 11 Emily Dickinson, 1965. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 12 Evening with Anna Akmatova. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 13 Eyes That Look Through Many Branches. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 14 Father and Son, 1965. 1 TSa (2 lvs.)
3 15 Flame Fusion, 1974. 1 Ms, 2 TSa, 1 E (4 lvs.)
3 16 Fear Behind the Curtain. 3 TSa (3 lvs.)
3 17 Few words for..., 1968. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 18 First Fragment: Sappho to Aphrodita. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 19 For One Percussionist. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 20 Garden of Cyrus, 1974. 2 TSa (1 leaf)
3 21 Georgia O'Keefe's Breasts.... 1 TSa, by Donald Justice (1 leaf)
3 22 Happiness. 1 TSa, 1 TS (2 lvs.)
3 23 Hash Gift Returned. 4 TSa, 1 TS, 1 E (9 lvs.)
3 24 How white bodies ought.... 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 25 Im Felden: The Unfaithful Shephard. 2 TSa (17 lvs.)
3 26 In a Summer Season. 1 TSc (1 leaf)
3 27 In Honor of This High Feast. 1 TSc (2 lvs.)
3 28 In My Father's House. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 29 Innocent Dream of a Young White Man. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 30 In Our City, 1968. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 31 It is a Relief. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 32 Khum. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 33 Le Sperme. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 34 Let Him Kiss Me. 1 MS, 5 TSa, 2 TS (8 lvs.)
3 35 Main, 1969. 2 TSa, 1 TS (3 lvs.)
3 36 Mantis and The Bee. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 37 Marriage, 1964. 1 TSca (1 leaf)
3 38 Mummy, Seen..., 1965. 2 TSa (2 lvs.)
3 39 Musick of..., 1965. 1 TSs (1 leaf)
3 40 My Brother Has Committed a Crime. 1 Tsa (2 lvs.)
3 41 Narcissus. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 42 Nothing Is So Lovely as a Lie. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 43 Nuances of a Theme by Stevens. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 44 Nuances of a Theme of Rilke. 1 Tsc (1 leaf)
3 45 Ode for Gnaeus, Marcius, Surnamed, 1964. 1 TS, 1 TSc (2 lvs.)
3 46 Ode for Titus Manlius, Son of God, 1964. 1 TS, 1 TSc (2 lvs.)
3 47 Ode on a Bird Called the Phoenix, 1964. 1 TS, 1 TSc (2 lvs.)
3 48 Ode on the Banishment of Appuleia Varilia. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 49 Ode on the Battle of Cannae, 1964. 1 TSa, 1 TS, 1 TSc (3 lvs.)
3 50 Ode on the Birds of Evil Omen, 1964. 1 TS, 4 TSc (5 lvs.)
3 51 Ode on the Death of Lutorius Priscus, 1964. 1 TS, 1 TSc (2 lvs.)
3 52 Ode on the Death of Seneca, 1964. 1 TSa, 1 TS (2 lvs.)
3 53 On a Painting by Rousseau. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 54 Osiris: For Her Hand, Crumpled. 2 TSa (2 lvs.)
3 55 Painting: "Femme et enfants...". 3 TSa, 1 TS (4 lvs.)
3 56 Painting, No. 2: "Femmes affrayees...". 3 TSa, 1 TS (4 lvs.)
3 57 Panama, The Dream. 2 TSa (2 lvs.)
3 58 Passive girl reading.... 2 TSa (4 lvs.)
3 59 Piano Lessons, 1916-17 Matisse. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 60 Please Forward If Found, 1968. 1 TSa (2 lvs.)
3 61 Poem For My Birthday. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 62 Poem for Looking Where Bud Powell.... 1 TSa, by Donald Justice (1 leaf)
3 63 Poem for Willis, 1965. 2 TSa, 2 TS (4 lvs.)
3 64 Poem Upon the Death of My Grandfather, 1965. 1 TSa, 2 TS (3 lvs.)
3 65 Poet talks quietly. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 66 Question. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 67 Rain. 5 TSa, 1 TS (6 lvs.)
3 68 Raking Horse Manure. 1 TSa, 2 TS (3 lvs.)
3 69 Randolph Street, Chicago 1956, 1964. 1 TSa, 2 TS (3 lvs.)
3 70 Reading Lesson, 1972. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 71 Real Hate Rises from Its Obscure Field. 4 TSa (4 lvs.)
3 72 Remote Flowers. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 73 Samuel Beckett's Last Words. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 74 Search for the Fecund Minimum. 1 TSc (1 leaf)
3 75 She Burned. 1 MS
3 76 Shells, 1968. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 77 She May Ask Him. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 78 Sometimes, When It All Hangs In Air, 1965. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 79 Song Breaks Dragon's Teeth, 1965. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 80 Sonnet for a Portuguese Nun, 1965. 1 TSa, 4 TS (6 lvs.)
3 81 Stone Breakers Make Way. 1 TSa, 1 TS (5 lvs.)
3 82 Syd Valentine.... 1 TSa, by Donald Justice (1 leaf)
3 83 Tamarisk and Grass, 1984. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 84 That is the Poem, 1974. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 85 There Was a Clamouring Crowd. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 86 There Was a Man. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 87 These Nostril Hairs. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 88 This Is So. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 89 Thoughts Are Trees. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 90 Transaction, 1969. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 91 Tribute to Charles Ives. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 92 Turn Away As From a Snake. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 93 Two Sisters. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 94 Unexpected, I. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 95 Upstate N.Y. Dusk Poem, 1974. 1 MS, 1 TSa, 1 TS (3 lvs.)
3 96 Verses on an Ionian Analogy. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 97 Villa Lante, No. 2. 2 TSc (2 lvs.)
3 98 Waiting for Things to Become Clear. 2 TSa, 1 TS (3 lvs.)
3 99 When the Cathedrals Were White, 1964. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 100 Whistling Clay Bull Made in Mexico. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 101 Why the Nights Are Quiet. 1 TS (1 leaf)
3 102 Winter, Radio Poem, 1968. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
3 103 Words at my School, 1969. 2 TSa (3 lvs.)

Uncollected Published Poetry

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4 1 7 Series. 1 TSa (7 lvs.)
4 2 Antimasque for Antonio. 2 TSa, 78 ws (87 lvs.)
4 3 Body and Soul. 83 ws, 1 TSa, 1 E (93 lvs.)
4 4 Christopher Columbus and the Guitar Factory, 1964. 2 TSa (2 lvs.)
4 5 DeathBean Man, 1965. 2 TSa (5 lvs.)
4 6 Die Logik, 1975. 2 TSa, 1 TS (3 lvs.)
4 7 Disease Called Takeoff, 1981. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
4 8 Enticements, 1985. 15 ws, 1 TSa (16 lvs.)
4 9 German Game, 1970. 1 MS, 2 TSa (6 lvs.)
4 10 Gift of Fossils. 4 TSa, 2 TS, 39 ws (45 lvs.)
4 11 In Chicago, On a Bus. 2 TSa (4 lvs.)
4 12 In Itself, 1987. 2 TSa, 20 ws (22 lvs.)
4 13 Inquiry, 1987. 5 TSa, 29 ws (34 lvs.)
4 14 K Variations. 1 TSa (9 lvs.)
4 15 Knee, 1969. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
4 16 Kore's Sleeping Song. 4 TSa, 1 TSca, 2 TS (8 lvs.)
4 17 Lester Young Pursued.... 3 TSa, 1 TSca, 1 TS (24 lvs.)
4 18 My Daughter Sarah Gives.... 1 TS (1 leaf)
4 19 Nasturtium, 1969. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
4 20 Not Quite Parallel Lines, 1985. 4 TSa (43 lvs.)
4 21 Not Quite Parallel Lines. 150 ws (150 lvs.)
4 22 Not Quite Parallel Lines. 218 ws (218 lvs.)
4 23 Noun Can Be Best, 1974. 1 TS (1 leaf)
4 24 One True Love. 3 TSa, 1 TSc (7 lvs.)
4 25 Poem for Morandi, 1975. 2 TSa (5 lvs.)
4 26 Prayer No. 20, 1986. 1 TSa, 8 ws (9 lvs.)
4 27 Question, 1974. 1 TS (1 leaf)
4 28 Reading of Something Written, 1985. 1 TS, 49 ws (53 lvs.)
4 29 Reading of Something Written, 1985. 5 TS, 112 ws, 1 E (148 lvs.)
4 30 Rothko Chapel Poem, 1983. 200 ws (200 lvs.)
4 31 Rothko Chapel Poem. 236 ws (236 lvs.)
4 32 Rothko Chapel Poem. 1 TS (114 lvs.)
5 1 Rothko Chapel Poem, 1984. Page Proofs for "Conjunctions"; 1 TLs from Bradford Morrow (21 lvs.)
5 2 Rothko Chapel Poem, 1985. Page Proofs for "Temblor"; 1 TLs from Leland Hickman (16 lvs.)
5 3 Rub Her Coke, 1974. 1 TS (3 lvs.)
5 4 Rule 14 L, 1984. 85 ws (85 lvs.)
5 5 Stone, 1974. 1 TS (1 leaf)
5 6 Strip or Ribbon. 74 ws (74 lvs.)
5 7 Tall Man. 1 TS (1 leaf)
5 8 Violet. 1 TS (1 leaf)
5 9 Walking and Running: A Model, 1971. 5 MS, 3 TSa (21 lvs.)
5 10 What I said to Monk, 1968. 1 TS (1 leaf)
5 11 Which Explains. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
5 12 Young Man Said to Me. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
5 13 Young White Man Steps Out.... 1 TSa, 1 TSca (8 lvs.)
5 14 Bound Workbook, 1969 - 1972. 35 MS, 15 ws, 1 E (161 lvs.)

LIVEFOREVER

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5 15 Liveforever. 57 TSa, 30 ws, 1 E (92 lvs.)
5 16 Liveforever, 1st version, 1970. 1 TSa (63 lvs.)
5 17 Liveforever, 2nd version, 1970. 1 TSa, 1 E (67 lvs.)
5 18 Liveforever, 2nd version. 1 TSc (62 lvs.)
5 19 Liveforever, 2nd version. 1 TSc (61 lvs.)
5 20 Liveforever, 2nd version. 1 TSc, 1 TLs from Michael Cuddihy (63 lvs.)
5 21 Two Notebooks. Some the material concerns The Pyramid is a Pure Crystal 47 lvs.

To Construct a Clock (1972)

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5 22 Ricercar, pp. 11-12. 2 TSa, 1 TSca, 1 TSc (7 lvs.)
5 23 Egg, pp. 13-14. 1 TSa, 1 TSca, 1 TSc (7 lvs.)
5 24 Box, pp. 15-16. 4 TSa, 1 TS, 1 TSca (9 lvs.)
5 25 Position, p.17. 1 TSa, 1 TS, 1 TSca, 1 TSc (4 lvs.)
6 1 Resemblences, p. 18, 1968. 3 TSa, 1 TSca (4 lvs.)
6 2 Signification, Burrs, p. 19. 1 TSa, 3 TS, 1 TSca (5 lvs.)
6 3 Problem, p. 20, 1970. 2 TSa, 2 TSc (5 lvs.)
6 4 There Was a Cat, p. 21. 1 TS, 1 TSca (2 lvs.)
6 5 Miro's "The Kiss," p. 22. 1 TSa, 1 TS (2 lvs.)
6 6 Deceased Man, p. 23. 2 TS, 1 TSc (3 lvs.)
6 7 Drum Thing, p.24. 5 TSa, 2 TS, 1 TSca (10 lvs.)
6 8 Corot's "Women With Child,". 2 TSa, 2 TS, 1 TSc (10 lvs.)
6 9 Head in a Mirror, pp. 27-28. 1 TSa, 1 TS (4 lvs.)
6 10 Room, pp. 29-30. 2 TSc (2 lvs.)
6 11 Dance of Sleeves, pp. 31-33. 1 TS (2 lvs.)
6 12 Eroded Rock, 1942, pp. 34-38. 1 TSa, 1 Tsca (11 lvs.)
6 13 Liveforever: Of Actual Things..., pp. 39-45. 3 TSc, 1 ws (26 lvs.)
6 14 To Construct a Clock, 1972. 1 Bound TS (45 lvs.)

THE PYRAMID IS A PURE CRYSTAL (1974)

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6 15 Notebook, 1972. 62 lvs.
6 16 Worksheets. 103 lvs.
6 17 Worksheets. 184 lvs.
6 18 Pyramid is a Pure Crystal, 1971 - 1972. 1 MSa (31 lvs.)
6 19 Pyramid is a Pure Crystal. 1 TS (57 lvs.)
6 20 Pyramid is a Pure Crystal. Publisher's TS (71 lvs.)
6 21 Pyramid is a Pure Crystal. 2 sets of page proofs

PRISM AND THE PINE TWIG

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6 22 I live in a barn, p. 9. 1 TS (1 leaf)
6 23 They and We, no. 1 of "3 Poems...," p. 10, 1974. 1 TS (1 leaf)
6 24 Tzuzumi, no. 2 of "3 Poems...," pp. 11-12, 1974. 1 TS (2 lvs.)
6 25 After-Image, no. 3 of "3 Poems...," p. 13, 1974. 1 TS
6 26 Black Puritan Trees of..., p. 15, 1974. 1 TS (1 leaf)
6 27 Balance / Rest, p. 16, 1974. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
6 28 Square Order Shuffle, p. 17, 1974. 1 TSa, 1 TS (2 lvs.)
6 29 Contrafact, pp. 18-19, 1974. 1 TSa (2 lvs.)
6 30 Weight, pp. 21-22, 1974. 2 TSa, 3 TS (6 lvs.)
6 31 Thought, Walking Away from Town, p. 23, 1974. 1 TS (1 leaf)
6 32 Ars Poetics, p. 24, 1974. 1 TS (1 leaf)
6 33 Bat-Geode, p. 25, 1975. 8 ws, 2 TS (11 lvs.)
6 34 Prism and the Pine Twig, p. 26, 1975. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
6 35 Jennifer's Poem, p. 27, 1972. 1 TSa (1 leaf)
6 36 Good-Bye, pp. 28-30, 1975. 3 TSa (6 lvs.)
6 37 Dipytch: Some Words of Meister Eckhart, pp. 31-32, 1975. 3 MS, 1 TSa (30 lvs.)
7 1 Notebook from Prism and the Pine Twig and Dodeka, 1974. 84 lvs.

DODEKA (1979)

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7 2 Notecards. 189 lvs.
7 3 Source Essays. 3 TSc (62 lvs.)
7 4 First Version, strip 1, 1975. 1 TS (49 lvs.)
7 5 First Version, strip 1, run 1, 1975. 1 TS (60 lvs.)
7 6 First Version, strip 2, 1975. 1 TS (50 lvs.)
7 7 First Version, strip 2, run 2, 1975. 1 TS (46 lvs.)
7 8 First Version, strip 3, 1976. 1 TS (56 lvs.)
7 9 First Version, strip 2, run 3, 1976. 1 TS (51 lvs.)
7 10 First Version, unison, run 3, 1976. 1 TS (21 lvs.)
7 11 Second Version, unison 1, 1976. TS and worksheets (208 lvs.)
7 12 Second Version, unison 2, 1976. TS and worksheets (56 lvs.)
7 13 Second Version, unison 3, 1976. TS and worksheets (143 lvs.)
7 14 First unison. worksheets (16 lvs.)
7 15 Last version, part 1. worksheets (180 lvs.)
7 16 Last version, part 2. worksheets (218 lvs.)
8 1 Last version, part 3. worksheets (252 lvs.)
8 2 Last version, part 1 rev.. 1 TSc (18 lvs.)
8 3 Last version, part 1 rev.. 1 TSa, 1 TS (16 lvs.)
8 4 Last version, part 1. 1 TSa (18 lvs.)
8 5 Last version, part 2, 1976. 1 TSa, 1 TSc (37 lvs.)
8 6 Last version, part 3. 1 TSa (26 lvs.)
8 7 Last version, part 3, unison. 1 TSa, 2 TSca (66 lvs.)
8 8 Last version, part 3, unison. 1 TS (14 lvs.)
8 9 Last version, part 3. 1 TS (20 lvs.)
8 10 Dodeka. 1 TSa (60 lvs.)
8 11 Dodeka. 1 TSc, 1 TLs from John Martin (57 lvs.)

PEACE ON EARTH (1981)

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8 12 Giant Steps, 1978. worksheets (50 lvs.)
8 13 Slow Song for Mark Rothko. worksheets (298 lvs.)
8 14 Peace on Earth. worksheets (150 lvs.)
8 15 Peace on Earth. worksheets (209 lvs.)
8 16 Inside Out. 1 TS (16 lvs.)
8 17 Inside Out. worksheets (242 lvs.)

DEHISCENCE (1983)

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9 1 Dehiscence: Suite for Six Dancers. 1 TSa, 1 TSca, 1 TS, 1 TSc, 1 E (51 lvs.)
9 2 Dehiscence, part 2. worksheets (61 lvs.)
9 3 Dehiscence, part 3. worksheets (84 lvs.)
9 4 Dehiscence. worksheets (70 lvs.)
9 5 Dehiscence. worksheets (57 lvs.)
9 6 Dehiscence. worksheets (25 lvs.)
9 7 Dehiscence, part 3. 1 TSc (8 lvs.)
9 8 Dehiscence, cover art. 1 MS, 1 PPc (2 lvs.)

LOOP (1987)

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9 9 Notebook: "New Poetry for Mild Shouting Poems", 1983. 3 E (80 lvs.)
9 10 Sumac: for George Oppen, 1980. worksheets, 1 E (193 lvs.)
9 11 Sumac, 1981. worksheets, 4 TSca (44 lvs.)
9 12 O for a Thousand Tongues, 1980. worksheets, 3 TSa, 1 TS (118 lvs.) 10/27/1980 rev.
9 13 O for a Thousand Tongues. 2 TSa (10 lvs.)
9 14 Babble, Babble, 1980. worksheets, 2 TS (32 lvs.)
9 15 See What Love, 1981. worksheets, 1 TSa, 1 TS (139 lvs.)
10 1 Mild Shouting Poem, 1981. worksheets, 1 TS, 1 TLs from William Spanos, 1 E (106 lvs.)
10 2 Bird Run. worksheets, 1 TSa, 2 TS, 2 TSca, 1 TSc (36 lvs.) Good Friday, 1981
10 3 Very Slow, 1981. worksheets (106 lvs.)
10 4 Brace's Cove, 1981. worksheets, 1 TSa (226 lvs.) 06/14/1981 rev.
10 5 Brace's Cove. 1 TS, 1 TSca, 3 TSc, 2 TLs from G. Butterick (22 lvs.)
10 6 Wild Blue Phlox, 1981. worksheets, 2 TS (56 lvs.)
10 7 My Name Called Out, 1981. worksheets (67 lvs.)
10 8 Nativity, 1981. worksheets (113 lvs.)
10 9 Against the Nurses of Experience, 1982. worksheets, 2 TSa, 1 TS (11 lvs.)
10 10 In True Night, 1982. worksheets (31 lvs.)
10 11 Sine Cura, Securum, 1982. worksheets (47 lvs.)
10 12 Lily Alone, 1982. worksheets, 2 E (28 lvs.)
10 13 Not Raw Enough, 1982. worksheets (148 lvs.)
10 14 Twenty-One Times. worksheets (120 lvs.)
10 15 Twenty-One Times. worksheets (133 lvs.)
10 16 Through Planes, 1982. worksheets (56 lvs.)
10 17 Return to Dehiscence, 1982. worksheets (79 lvs.)
11 1 Beware, 1982. worksheets (46 lvs.)
11 2 Were You, 1983. worksheets (150 lvs.)
11 3 Were You. worksheets (35 lvs.)
11 4 Monk, 1983. worksheets (27 lvs.)
11 5 Never Too Late, 1983. worksheets (150 lvs.)
11 6 Never Too Late. worksheets (181 lvs.)
11 7 Orange Berries and Chain Letter, 1987. worksheets, 2 TSa (97 lvs.)
11 8 Repetition, 1983. worksheets (184 lvs.)
11 9 Pen Vine and Scroll, 1983. worksheets, 1 TSa (34 lvs.)
11 10 Loop, 1983. worksheets, 1 TSa, 1 TS (41 lvs.)
11 11 Let's Be Indians and For Jerry Lee Lewis, 1983. worksheets, 5 TSa (67 lvs.)
11 12 Desire, 1985. worksheets, 1 TSa (74 lvs.)
11 13 Night Train, 1985. worksheets, 1 TSa (45 lvs.)
11 14 Three, 1985. worksheets, 1 TSa (48 lvs.)
11 15 Loop, part 1. 1 TSc (55 lvs.)
11 16 Loop, part 2. 1 TSc (55 lvs.)
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11 17 Into a More Gray Distant Suburb. 1 TSa (8 lvs.)
11 18 Skyaminos Not Yet Ascended. 1 TSa (23 lvs.)
11 19 Fiftieth Gate. 1 TSa (10 lvs.)
11 20 He Fell, Thunderously,.... 1 TSa, 1 TS (12 lvs.)
11 21 Young America. 1 TSa (16 lvs.)
11 22 Nothing But Dust,.... 1 TSa (17 lvs.)
11 23 Packing Envelope for Fiction. 1 Item

TRANSLATIONS

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11 24 Translation of Sappho's First Fragment. worksheets, 1 TSa (105 lvs.)
11 25 Translation of Franco's Ponge's. "My Creative Method" 1 MS, 1 TSc (21 lvs.)

ESSAYS AND REVIEWS

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Unpublished Essays and Reviews

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12 1 Theology of the 1 Isaiah, 1962. 1 TSa (40 lvs.)
12 2 Concerning Fate in the Iliad, 1963. 1 TSa (11 lvs.)
12 3 Explication of a Poem by Dylan Thomas. 1 TSa (24 lvs.)
12 4 Paper on Gerard Manley Hopkins. with annotated bibliography of secondary sources 2 TSa (24 lvs.)
12 5 Paper on Samuel Johnson. 1 TSa (8 lvs.)
12 6 Paper on Lyrical Ballads. 1 TSa (4 lvs.)
12 7 Paper on Classical Ideal of Art. 1 TSa (4 lvs.)
12 8 Paper on Jonathan Edwards, 1964. 1 TSa (19 lvs.)
12 9 Paper on Richard Crashaw, 1964. 1 TSa (30 lvs.)
12 10 Paper on John Milton, 1964. 1 TSa (25 lvs.)
12 11 Paper on Dante and Ezra Pound, 1964. 1 Tsa (13 Ivs.)
12 12 Paper on Franz Kafka. 1 TSa (10 lvs.)
12 13 Paper on William Shakespeare, 1964. 1 TSa (32 lvs.)
12 14 Paper on Marlowe and Shakespeare, 1964. 1 TSa (17 lvs.)
12 15 Paper on Jean-Paul Sartre. 1 TSa (11 lvs.)
12 16 Paper on Stephen Spender, 1965. 1 TSa (10 lvs.)
12 17 1st Paper on Wallace Stevens, 1965. 1 TSa (17 lvs.)
12 18 2nd Paper on Wallace Stevens, 1965. 1 TSca (120 lvs.)
12 19 Paper on Edmund Spenser, 1965. 1 TSa (54 lvs.)
12 20 3rd Paper on Wallace Stevens, 1965. 1 TSa (31 lvs.)
12 21 Paper on Joan Miro, 1965. 1 Tsa (13 lvs.)
12 22 4th Paper on Wallace Stevens, 1968. 1 TSa (6 lvs.)
12 23 Paper on Wolfgang Mozart, 1968. 1 TSa (54 lvs.)
12 24 Review of Frank Samperi. 1 Tsa (12 lvs.)
12 25 Notes for Paper on Walt Whitman and Henry Miller. 139 lvs.
12 26 Notes for Paper on Whitman and Miller. 30 lvs.
12 27 Notes for Paper on Whitman and Miller. 20 lvs.
12 28 Notes for Paper on Whitman and Miller. 112 lvs.
13 1 Notes for Paper on Whitman and Miller. 54 lvs.
13 2 Draft of Whitman and Miller paper. 1 TSc (58 lvs.)
13 3 Paper on Miller and the Whitman Tradition. 1 TSca (98 lvs.)
13 4 Paper on Miller and the Whitman Tradition. 1 TSca (98 lvs.)
13 5 On Working With Dancers. 1 TSa, 1 TSc (14 lvs.)
13 6 Notes for Intending a Solid Object, Ph. D. thesis, 1974. 115 lvs.
13 7 Notes for Intending a Solid Object. 1 TLs from W. Sutton, 1 TSca from "Louis Zukofsky at American Embassy," & notes (19 lvs.)
13 8 Intending a Solid Object, abstract and Chapter 1. 1 TS (43 lvs.)
13 9 Intending a Solid Object, Chapters 2 and Chapter 3. 1 TS (59 lvs.)
13 10 Intending a Solid Object, Chapters 4 and Chapter 5. 1 TS (64 lvs.)
13 11 Intending a Solid Object, Chapters 6 and 7, and bibliography. 1 TS (77 lvs.)
13 12 Notes for Bibliography of work by Cid Corman. 117 lvs.
13 13 Notes for and Draft for Talk on Pablo Neruda. 1 TSa, 2 E (11 lvs.)
13 14 Statement of Influences. 1 TSa (2 lvs.)

Published Essays and Reviews

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14 1 Deep Jewels: George Oppen's SEASCAPE: NEEDLE'S EYE. 1 TS (17 lvs.)
14 2 Reading William Bronk. 92 notecards
14 3 Reading William Bronk. 1 TSa, 1 TSca (63 lvs.)
14 4 Enslin Symposium (issue of Truck edited by Taggart). 43 lvs. includes: K. Abbott 1 TLs G. Economou 1 ALs, 1 APCs C. Eshleman 1 TLs J. Greene 1 TLs K. Irby 1 ALs R. Kelly 2 APCs H. Mccord 1 TLs T. Olson 3 TLs, 2 TPCs J. Perlman 1 TLs G. Quasha 1 TLs, 1 TSc J. Rasula 1 TLs R. Ratner 3 TLs R. Silliman 3 TLs K. Young 1 TLs M. Zuckerman 2 TLs one annotated envelope
14 5 Notes for "The New Primitive". 49 lvs.
14 6 New Primitive. 1 TSc (5 lvs.)
14 7 Louis Zukofsky: "Song of Degrees". 1 TSa (109 lvs.)
14 8 Louis Zukofsky: "Song of Degrees". 1 TSca (38 lvs.)
14 9 Louis Zukofsky: "Song of Degrees". 1 TSa (32 lvs.)
14 10 Louis Zukofsky: "Song of Degrees". 1 Tsa (45 lvs.)
14 11 Louis Zukofsky: "Song of Degrees". 1 TSa (37 lvs.)
14 12 Louis Zukofsky: "Song of Degrees". 1 TSca (65 lvs.)
14 13 Louis Zukofsky: "Song of Degrees". 1 TSc (31 lvs.)
14 14 Poem as Woven Scarf. 1 TSa, 2 TSca, 1 TSc, 1 TLs from John (?) Northwest Review 24 lvs.
14 15 Of the Power of the Word. 2 TSa, 1 TS (106 lvs.)
14 16 Review of Susan Howe's Pythagorean Silence. 1 TSa, notes (13 lvs.)

CORRESPONDENCE

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15 1 Andrews, Bruce, 1973 - 1978. 1 ALs, 12 TLs, 2 APCs (38 lvs.)
15 2 Barone, Dennis, 1982 - 1985. 6 AL, 7 TLs, 5 APCs, 1 TS, 1 TSc, 1 E (19 lvs.)
15 3 Bernstein, Charles, 1978 - 1979. 1 ALs, 12 TLs, 2 APCs, 2 TPCs (38 lvs.)
15 4 Bernstein, Charles, 1983 - 1985. 1 ALs, 3 TLs, 2 APCs, 1 TPCs (7 lvs.)
15 5 Bronk, William, 1975. 1 APCs (1 leaf)
15 6 Butterick, George, 1970 - 1971. 2 ALs, 4 TLs, 2 APCs, 9 TPCs (18 lvs.)
15 7 Butterick, George, 1974 - 1978. 17 TLs (35 lvs.)
15 8 Butterick, George, 1979. 13 TLs, 1 TLs from James Laughlin to Butterick (29 lvs.)
15 9 Butterick, George, 1980. 9 TLs, 1 TL to Robert Bertholf from Butterick (26 lvs.)
15 10 Butterick, George, 1981. 20 TLs, 1 E (42 lvs.)
15 11 Butterick, George, 1983 - 1985. 19 TLs, 5 E; 1 R (46 lvs.)
15 12 Byrd, Bobby, 1980 - 1985. 2 ALs, 2 TLs (27 lvs.)
15 13 Byrd, Don, 1984. 1 TLs, 1 APCs (2 lvs.)
15 14 Callahan, Bob, 1979 - 1980. 6 TLs, 2 APCs (8 lvs.)
15 15 Carruth, Hayden, 1971 - 1985. 4 ALs, 3 TLs, 2 TPCs (10 lvs.)
15 16 Char, Rene, 1966. 1 ALs (1 leaf)
15 17 Corman, Cid, 1972. 1 TLs (1 leaf)
15 18 Creeley, Robert, 1979 - 1981. 4 ALs, 3 TLs, 3 APCs (17 lvs.)
15 19 Creeley, Robert, 1984 - 1985. 1 ALs, 2 TLs, 4 APCs, 1 TPCs (8 lvs.)
15 20 Cuddihy, Michael, 1983 - 1985. 3 TLs, 3 TS of Taggert's (6 lvs.)
15 21 Duncan, Robert, 1973 - 1978. 3 ALs, 1 TLs, 1 MS, 1 TS (15 lvs.)
15 22 DuPlessis, Rachel Blau. 1981 & 1984 - 2 TLs (2 lvs.)
15 23 Economu, George, 1975. 1 APCs (1 leaf)
15 24 Edson, Russell, 1976 - 1979. 18 TLs, 1 TPCs (38 lvs.)
15 25 Elliott, George P., 1978 - 1979. 3 ALs, 2 TLs, 3 APCs, 1 E (13 lvs.)
15 26 Ellison, Ralph. 1 TLs (2 lvs.)
15 27 Enslin, Theodore, 1975 - 1976. 23 TLs (45 lvs.)
15 28 Enslin, Theodore, 1977. 18 TLs (35 lvs.)
16 1 Enslin, Theodore, 1978. 22 TLs (44 lvs.)
16 2 Enslin, Theodore, 1979. 18 TLs (36 lvs.)
16 3 Enslin, Theodore, 1980. 17 TLs (31 lvs.)
16 4 Enslin, Theodore, 1981. 15 TLs (30 lvs.)
16 5 Enslin, Theodore, 1982. 15 TLs (30 lvs.)
16 6 Enslin, Theodore, 1983. 20 TLs (23 lvs.)
16 7 Enslin, Theodore, 1984 - 1985. 35 TLs (41 lvs.)
16 8 Eshleman, Clayton, 1982 - 1985. 9 TLs, 1 APCs, 1 TLsc from Caryl Eshleman (11 lvs.)
16 9 Ferreni, Vincent, 1971. 3 TLs (6 lvs.)
16 10 Fiedler, Leslie, 1978. 2 TLs (4 lvs.)
16 11 Golding, Alan, 1983 - 1985. 13 ALs, 2 APCs, 2 TS (54 lvs.)
16 12 Gottleib, Michael, 1978. 1 TLs (1 leaf)
16 13 Graves, Bradford, 1981 - 1983. 6 ALs, 4 APCs; 1 TLsc to Bob Callahan, 8 E (36 lvs.)
16 14 Graves, Bradford, 1983 - 1985. 8 ALs, 11 E (33 lvs.)
16 15 Hejinian, Lyn, 1974 - 1978. 3 ALs, 1 TLs (8 lvs.)
16 16 Hickman, Leland, 1983 - 1985. 1 ALs, 8 TLs, 1 APCs, 2 TPCs (11 lvs.)
16 17 Howe, Susan, 1981 - 1982. 1 ALs, 15 TLs, 5 APCs, 1 E (29 lvs.)
16 18 Howe, Susan, 1982 - 1983. 19 TLs, 3 APCs (26 lvs.)
16 19 Howe, Susan, 1983 - 1984. 13 TLs, 2 TS, 4 APCs (25 lvs.)
16 20 Howe, Susan, 1984. 1 ALs, 1 TLs, 1 TSc by Robert Graves and Laura (Riding) Jackson (15 lvs.)
16 21 Howe, Susan, 1984 - 1985. 3 ALs, 15 TLs, 4 APCs, 1 by Edith Sitwell (38 lvs.)
16 22 Johnson, Ronald, 1974. 1 TLs (2 lvs.)
16 23 Justice, Donald, 1979 - 1981. 2 TLs, 3 APCs, (7 lvs.)
16 24 Kitchell, Marilyn, 1984 - 1985. 1 ALs, 4 TLs, 1 TS, 2 E (11 lvs.)
16 25 Mackey, Nathaniel, 1982 - 1984. 8 TLs, 1 TPCs (9 lvs.)
16 26 Messerli, Douglas, 1978 - 1979. 1 TLs, 1 APCs, 1 E (4 lvs.)
16 27 Metcalf, Paul, 1978 - 1979. 11 TLs, 4 TPCs (29 lvs.)
16 28 Metcalf, Paul, 1980 - 1981. 13 TLs, 2 E (37 lvs.)
17 1 Metcalf, Paul, 1982. 8 TLs (17 lvs.)
17 2 Metcalf, Paul, 1983. 14 TLs, 2 TPCs, 1 TS (16 lvs.)
17 3 Morrow, Bradford, 1982 - 1985. 1 ALs, 20 TLs, 7 APCs, 1 TPCs (30 lvs.)
17 4 Olson, Toby, 1970 - 1975. 8 TLs, 8 TPCs (20 lvs.)
17 5 Olson, Toby, 1976 - 1977. 9 TLs, 3 TPCs, 1 E (27 lvs.)
17 6 Olson, Toby, 1978 - 1979. 12 TLs (24 lvs.)
17 7 Olson, Toby, 1980 - 1981. 11 TLs, 1 TPCs, 1 E (23 lvs.)
17 8 Olson, Toby, 1982 - 1983. 7 TLs (14 lvs.)
17 9 Olson, Toby, 1983 - 1985. 9 TLs, 3 TPCs, 16 TLs (14 lvs.)
17 10 Oppen, George and Mary, 1970. 5 ALs, 4 TLs (18 lvs.)
17 11 Oppen, George and Mary, 1980. 5 ALs, 8 TLs, 2 APCs (29 lvs.)
17 12 Ortiz, Simon, 1980 - 1981. 5 TLs (9 lvs.)
17 13 Palmer, Michael, 1982 - 1985. 4 ALs, 5 TLs, 8 APCs, 1 TLsc of Palmer's to editor of New York Times (27 lvs.)
17 14 Pearson, Norman Holmes, 1974 - 1975. 2 ALs, 2 TLs, 1 E (8 lvs.)
17 15 Piper, Paul, 1983 - 1985. 5 ALs, 3 TLs (9 lvs.)
17 16 Rothenberg, Jerome, 1976 - 1982. 1 ALs, 7 APCs (8 lvs.)
17 17 Rothenberg, Jerome, 1983. 2 APCs (2 lvs.)
17 18 Samperi, Frank, 1973. 1 ALs (2 lvs.)
17 19 Sherman, Bill, 1974. 1 TLs (2 lvs.)
17 20 Sherry, James, 1978. 2 ALs, 1 TL (7 lvs.)
17 21 Silliman, Ron, 1971 - 1972. 5 TLs, 4 E (40 lvs.)
17 22 Silliman, Ron, 1973 - 1975. 10 TLs (27 lvs.)
17 23 Silliman, Ron, 1976 - 1977. 11 TLs, 1 APCs (27 lvs.)
17 24 Silliman, Ron, 1978 - 1980. 11 TLs (18 lvs.)
17 25 Snyder, Gary, 1972 - 1979. 5 ALs, 2 TLs, 2 APCs (16 lvs.)
17 26 Sorrentino, Gilbert, 1976 - 1979. 2 TLs (4 lvs.)
17 27 Stryk, Lucien, 1982 - 1983. 3 ALs, 2 TPCs (9 lvs.)
18 1 Tarn, Nathaniel and Janet, 1978 - 1981. 3 ALs, 1 TPCs, 11 E (40 lvs.)
18 2 Tarn, Nathaniel, 1983 - 1985. 1 ALs, 4 TLs, 6 APCs, 1 E (14 lvs.)
18 3 Waldrop, Keith and Rosmarie, 1972 - 1976. 5 TLs, 3 APCs, 1 TPC, 1 TPCs, 3 E (20 lvs.)
18 4 Waldrop, Keith and Rosmarie, 1976 - 1979. 1 ALs, 2 TLs, 2 APCs, 2 TPCs (9 lvs.)
18 5 Watson, Craig, 1982 - 1983. 8 TLs, 1 TS (35 lvs.)
18 6 Watson, Craig, 1983 - 1985. 2 ALs, 8 TLs, 2 APCs, 3 TS, 1 E (56 lvs.)
18 7 Watten, Barrett, 1972 - 1973. 1 ALs, 1 APCs (3 lvs.)
18 8 Weil, James, 1969 - 1974. 20 TLs, 14 R, 2 E (53 lvs.)
18 9 Weil, James, 1975 - 1976. 21 TLs, 1 E (39 lvs.)
18 10 Weil, James, 1977 - 1979. 11 TLs, 6 E (44 lvs.)
18 11 Williams, Jonathan, 1977 - 1978. 2 TPCs (2 lvs.)
18 12 Wilson, Keith, 1973. 1 TLs (1 leaf)
18 13 Young, Karl, 1974. 16 TLs, 3 TPcs (27 lvs.)
18 14 Young, Karl, 1975 - 1979. 17 TLs (38 lvs.)
18 15 Young, Karl, 1979 - 1981. 7 TLs (14 lvs.)
18 16 Young, Karl, 1983. 11 TLs, 1 TS, 2 PP, 1 TLs to Ms. Epler (20 lvs.)
18 17 Young, Karl, 1983 - 1985. 1 ALs, 7 TLs, 2 TS (35 lvs.)
18 18 Young, Karl. 1 TSc (43 lvs.)
18 19 Zukofsky, Louis and Celia, 1970 - 1980. 2 ALs, 1 Tl, 11 APCs (17 lvs.)
18 20 Miscellaneous Correspondence. 1 TLs, 1 ALc (2 lvs.)

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS

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18 21 Course Syllabi and form for professorial evaluation. 9 lvs.
18 22 Publicity Releases. 4 lvs.
18 23 Four musical compositions by C.E. Hockersmith. 12 lvs.

Accessions Processed in 1989

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19 1 Dodeka, 1979. Version prepared for reading purposes with variations from published edition (see also MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS -- Dodeka)
19 2 Dodeka, 1979. Version prepared for reading purposes with variations from published edition (see also MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS -- Dodeka)
19 3 Dodeka, 1979. Version prepared for reading purposes with variations from published edition (see also MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS -- Dodeka
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19 4 Reflexive and His Master's Voice, 1986.
19 5 Saul and David, 1986.
19 6 Game With Red, 1986.
19 7 Crying In The Chapel and Three Kisses, 1986.
19 8 Rougher Black Music, 1986.
19 9 Poem Beginning With A Line by Traherne, 1986.
19 10 For Me. n.d.
19 11 Marvin Gaye Suite, 1986.
19 12 Marvin Gaye Suite, 1986.
19 13 That This May Be. n.d.

Standing Wave

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19 14 Typescripts of final drafts.. Worksheets and draft typescripts
19 15 Last Train, 1988. Worksheets and draft typescripts
19 16 Three Words From Thomas Bernhard, 1988. Worksheets and draft typescripts
20 1 All the Steps, 1988. sent to Lee Hickman
20 2 King of Eynan, 1988.
20 3 Blueweed, 1988.
20 4 Star Dust, 1988.
20 5 In The Sense Of, 1988.
20 6 Black And White Close-Up, 1988.
20 7 In And Under, 1988.
20 8 Question No Question and The Face of Love, 1988.
20 9 Take Away, 1988.
20 10 How Long, 1988.
20 11 Standing Wave, 1988.
20 12 For Instance and Free Gifts, 1988.
20 13 Alternate Take, 1988.
21 1 Rereading, 1988.
21 2 Vaguely Harmless, 1988.
21 3 Milk and Seed, 1988.
21 4 Ready Or Not, 1988.
21 5 Like That And Then and "Louder", 1988.

ESSAYS AND REVIEWS

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21 6 Come Shadow Come And Take This Shadow Up.. Essay on Louis Zukofsky, first and second draft
21 7 Come Shadow Come And Take This Shadow Up.. Essay on Louis Zukofsky, first and second draft
21 8 Composition By Field: The Poetics of Charles Olson.. Earlham (College) paper on projective verse
21 9 Essay For Brad Graves' Show, 1985. includes notebook
21 10 George Oppen And The Anthologies.. Text
21 11 George Oppen And The Anthologies. First and second drafts
21 12 Notes Concerning Procedure in Basil Bunting's BRIGGFLATTS.
21 13 Olson and Melville. first draft
21 14 Oppen Notes. for UCSD Oppen Conference, 1986
21 15 Prompted By Jazz.
21 16 PROSE ON POETRY. Foreward
21 17 Review of Frank Samperi. Published in OCCURRENCE 7, 1977
21 18 Slow Sing For Mark Rothko.. Preface
21 19 Teaching Of Poetry.
21 20 To Go Down To Go Into. Revised original
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21 21 Enslin, Theodore. THE WEATHER WITHIN.
22 1 Howe, Susan. MY EMILY DICKINSON.
22 2 Young, Karl. FIVE KWAIDAN.

CORRESPONDENCE

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22 3 Unidentified correspondents.
22 4 Alexander, Charles, 1985 - 1987.
22 5 American Biographical Institute, Inc., 1987.
22 6 Ammons, Archie, 1987.
22 7 Anderson, Cindy, 1986 - 1987.
22 8 Andrews, Bruce, 1976.
22 9 Barone, Dennis, 1985 - 1989.
22 10 Berge, Carol, 1970.
22 11 Bernstein, Charles, 1986 - 1988.
22 12 Booth, Phillip, 1988.
22 13 Butterick, George, 1979 - 1987.
22 14 Byrd, Bobby, 1979 - 1987.
22 15 Callahan, Bob, 1980.
22 16 Callahan, Eileen, 1986.
22 17 Caputo, John, 1988.
22 18 Carruth, Hayden, 1986.
22 19 Coburn, Robert, 1984.
22 20 Creeley, Robert, 1986 - 1988.
22 21 Crumb, George, 1985 - 1988.
22 22 Cuddihy, Michael, 1975 - 1988.
22 23 Davidson, Michael, 1984.
22 24 Dickison, Steven, 1987.
22 25 Doyle, Mike, 1970.
22 26 DuPlessis, Rachel Blau, 1987 - 1988.
22 27 Edson, Russell, 1970.
22 28 Enslin, Theodore, 1972 - 1989.
22 29 Enslin, Theodore, 1972 - 1989.
22 30 Eshleman, Clayton, 1986 - 1989.
22 31 Evans, George, 1988.
22 32 Foss, Phillip, 1987 - 1988.
22 33 Gartung, Karl. n.d.
22 34 Gass, William, 1985.
22 35 Gingerich, Willard, 1987 - 1988.
22 36 Giscombe, C.S., 1985.
22 37 Golding, Alan, 1986 - 1989.
22 38 Graves, Bradford, 1970 - 1989.
22 39 Heller, Michael, 1970.
22 40 Hickman, Leland, 1985 - 1986.
22 41 Hocquard, Emmanuel, 1985.
22 42 Hoover, Paul, 1988.
22 43 Jaffer, Frances, 1987.
22 44 Johnson, Ronald, 1985.
22 45 Kenner, Hugh, 1987.
23 1 Kimmelman, Burt, 1985 - 1987.
23 2 Kitchell, Marilyn, 1986 - 1987.
23 3 Laughlin, James, 1969 - 1989.
23 4 Levi Strauss, David, 1986 - 1988.
23 5 Mac Low, Jackson, 1988.
23 6 Marshall, Jack, 1988.
23 7 Melnick, David, 1966 - 1971.
23 8 Metcalf, Paul, 1986 - 1989.
23 9 Morrow, Bradford, 1985 - 1989.
23 10 Olson, Toby, 1986 - 1989.
23 11 Palmer, Michael, 1986.
23 12 Pater Faranda, Lisa, 1987.
23 13 Perlman, John, 1987 - 1989.
23 14 Perloff, Marjorie, 1982 - 1987.
23 15 Perschetti, Vincent, 1982.
23 16 Piper, Paul, 1985 - 1986.
23 17 Quartermain, Peter, 1986 - 1987.
23 18 Rosenblum, Martin, 1986 - 1987.
23 19 Schelling, Andrew, 1984 - 1989.
23 20 Scroggins, Mark, 1987 - 1989.
23 21 Silliman, Ron, 1986 - 1987.
23 22 Smith, Marla, 1989.
23 23 Smith, Pat, 1986 - 1988.
23 24 Steiner, George, 1986.
23 25 Stevens, Holly, 1970.
23 26 Sutton, Walter, 1986 - 1987.
23 27 Tarn, Nathaniel, 1986.
23 28 Tisdale, Walter, 1988 - 1989.
23 29 Veinus, Abraham, 1970 - 1988.
23 30 Waldrop, Rosmarie, 1983 - 1987.
23 31 Watson, Craig, 1985 - 1987.
23 32 Wellman, Don, 1987 - 1988.
23 33 Young, Karl, 1985 - 1989.

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS

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23 34 First "Exclusions" Reading, 1965. Reel-to-reel audio tape recording of a reading which Taggart organized in support of EXCLUSIONS, later his magazine MAPS. Readers at the Earlham College event included Clayton Eshleman, Ronald Johnson, Jonathan Williams, as well as regional poets.
24 1 Dodeka. Construction paper models and metal frame used in the composition of the poem.
24 2 MC-037-07 Paper Air. Sketches by Bradford Graves.

ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

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24 3 Originals of preservation photocopies.

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CORRESPONDENCE

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25 1 Alexander, Charles, 1985.
25 2 Andre, Michael, 1972 - 1974.
25 3 Arnett, Carroll, 1970 - 1976.
25 4 Ashbery, John, 1984.
25 5 Barone, Dennis, 1981 - 1990.
25 6 Bernstein, Charles, 1989 - 1990.
25 7 Bertholf, Robert, 1978 - 1990.
25 8 Buck, Paul, 1972 - 1981.
25 9 Butterick, George, 1980.
25 10 Byrd, Bobby, 1975 - 1990.
25 11 Byrd, Don, 1971 - 1981.
25 12 Calhoun, Douglas, 1970 - 1972.
25 13 Callahan, Bob, 1980 - 1982.
25 14 Caputo, John, 1983.
25 15 Compendium Books (Nick Kimberly), 1971 - 1974.
25 16 Cox, Kenneth, 1973 - 1975.
25 17 Creeley, Robert, 1990.
25 18 Cuddihy, Michael, 1975.
25 19 Davenport, Guy, 1974.
25 20 Doyle, Mike, 1970 - 1972.
25 21 DuPlessis, Rachel Blau, 1975 - 1989.
25 22 Eigner, Larry, 1982.
25 23 Enslin, Ted, 1987 - 1990.
25 24 Eshleman, Clayton, 1972 - 1982.
25 25 Faville, Curtis, 1973 - 1975.
25 26 Foss, Phillip, 1989.
25 27 Fourcade, Dominique, 1985.
25 28 Glover, Al, 1975.
25 29 Graves, Bradford, 1970 - 1990.
25 30 Greene, Jonathan, 1971 - 1975.
25 31 Hall, Donald, 1989.
25 32 Hamady, Walter, 1976 - 1990.
25 33 Heller, Michael, 1971 - 1990.
25 34 Hemensley, Kris, 1972.
25 35 Hickman, Leland, 1988 - 1989.
25 36 Justice, Donald, 1970.
25 37 Kahn, Paul, 1977 - 1978.
25 38 Karlins, Mark, 1977 - 1982.
25 39 Kelly, Robert, 1984.
25 40 Kenner, Hugh, 1970 - 1990.
26 1 Kofsky, Frank, 1970.
26 2 Kornblum, Allan, 1981 - 1983.
26 3 Kostelanetz, Richard, 1985.
26 4 Laughlin, James, 1970 - 1982.
26 5 Levi Strauss, David, 1983 - 1990.
26 6 Lewis, Harry, 1979.
26 7 Longville, Tim, 1972 - 1980.
26 8 Mac Low, Jackson, 1984.
26 9 MacIntyre, Wendy, 1974.
26 10 Mackey, Nathaniel, 1979 - 1989.
26 11 Malanga, Gerald, 1975.
26 12 Marian, Paul, 1974.
26 13 McAleavey, David, 1973 - 1980.
26 14 McDonough, Paul, 1977 - 1981.
26 15 McInerny, Brian, 1977.
26 16 Melnick, David, 1972 - 1974.
26 17 Meltzer, David, 1970 - 1977.
26 18 Metcalf, Paul, 1989 - 1990.
26 19 Miller, David, 1977 - 1989.
26 20 Morrow, Bradford, 1989 - 1990.
26 21 Mottram, Eric, 1972 - 1979.
26 22 Olson, Toby, 1978 - 1989.
26 23 Ong, Walter, 1973 - 1984.
26 24 Oppen-Mourelatos, Linda, 1984.
26 25 Ott, Gil, 1978 - 1984.
26 26 Ott, Gil, 1978 - 1984.
26 27 PAIDEUMA, 1978 - 1987.
26 28 Palmer, Michael, 1974 - 1990.
26 29 Paul, Sherman, 1974 - 1984.
26 30 Perchik, Simon, 1974.
26 31 Perlman, John, 1975.
26 32 Perschetti, Vincent, 1982 - 1985.
27 1 Piskor, Frank, 1969 - 1981.
27 2 Power, Kevin, 1977.
27 3 Quartermain, Peter, 1982.
27 4 Quasha, George, 1976.
27 5 Ramsey, Paul, 1979.
27 6 Rasula, Jed, 1987 - 1988.
27 7 Ratner, Rochelle, 1976 - 1980.
27 8 Royet-Journoud, Claude, 1978 - 1983.
27 9 Rudman, Mark, 1981 - 1982.
27 10 Salt-Works Press (Tom Bridwell), 1979 - 1987.
27 11 Schwerner, Armand, 1984.
27 12 Seidman, Hugh, 1973.
27 13 Shannon, John, 1973 - 1976.
27 14 Shoemaker, Jack, 1971 - 1981.
27 15 Simas, Joseph, 1986 - 1987.
27 16 Spanos, William, 1977 - 1989.
27 17 Sutton, Walter, 1970 - 1990.
27 18 TALISMAN (Ed Foster), 1989.
27 19 Tarachow, Michael, 1976 - 1980.
27 20 Thomas, J.C., 1973.
27 21 Tisdale, Walter, 1989.
27 22 Vas Dias, Robert, 1973 - 1985.
27 23 Veinus, Abraham, 1972 - 1990.
27 24 Waldrop, Rosmarie, 1973 - 1989.
27 25 Weinberger, Eliot, 1974 - 1981.
27 26 Weiss, Ted, 1970 - 1981.
27 27 Wilk, David, 1978 - 1982.
27 28 Wilson, John, 1973 - 1990.
27 29 Witte, John, 1980 - 1981.
27 30 Yau, John, 1979.
27 31 Young, Karl, 1974 - 1990.
27 32 Zweig, Ellen, 1983 - 1984.

Aeschylus

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28 1 Trans[lation] Drafts.
28 2 Trans[lation] Drafts.
28 3 Trans[lation] Drafts.
28 4 Trans[lation] Drafts.
28 5 Aeschylus 1-15 (rev.) + rewrites, typescript. Part I
29 1 Aeschylus 1-15 (rev.) + rewrites, typescript. Part II
29 2 Aeschylus 1-15 (rev.) + rewrites, typescript. Part III
29 3 Aeschylus 1-50 (rev.).
29 4 Aeschylus 1-135 (rev.) - Version no. 4.
29 5 pseudo-final draft used for one-more-time-revisions.
29 6 Aeschylus complete.
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29 7 xerox of first set of proofs.
29 8 xerox of first set of proofs.
29 9 manuscript.
29 10 manuscript.
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30 1 Prompted [by jazz] - galley proof.
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30 2 Hopper and Stevens - Draft. Hopper essays
30 3 Hopper and Stevens - Typescript. Hopper essays
30 4 Hopper II. Hopper essays
30 5 Hopper III - Draft. Hopper essays
30 6 Hopper III - Draft. Hopper essays
30 7 Hopper III - Typescript. Hopper essays
30 8 Hopper IV. Hopper essays
30 9 Hopper IV. Hopper essays
30 10 Melville, Olson and Ourselves.
30 11 Where All Beauty Resides [Toby Olson essay] - Draft.
30 12 Where All Beauty Resides [Toby Olson essay] - Corrected typescript.

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30 13 Enslin, Theodore letters to John Taggart, 1990 - 1993. 94 lvs.
30 14 Howe, Susan letters to John Taggart, 1984 - 1991. 110 lvs.

By John Taggart

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31 1 Aeschylus/Fragments - galley proof.
31 2 Ending In Ellipsis, The Sea In Our Ears; Robert Creeley's THE ISLAND. Handwritten draft and typescript
31 3 REMAINING IN LIGHT- "earlier set of galleys".
31 4 REMAINING IN LIGHT - "almost final [galley] proof".
31 5 Remaining in Light: An Ant on Edward Hopper. Marginal notes in pencil by Susan Howe
31 6 Standing Wave - original typescript.
31 7 Tauler Sentences - proof.
31 8 Werner Herzog: "Woyzeck". Handwritten draft, typescript draft and final typescript

By Susan Howe

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31 9 Envelop Fence Pen Coop Corral Cage Wall. Copy of typescript with marginal notes by Taggart
31 10 Statement on Poetics. Copy of typescript with marginal notes by Taggart
31 11 Then He is range. Copy of typescript with marginal notes by Taggart
31 12 Where should the commander be. Copy of typescript with marginal notes by Taggart

NOTEBOOKS

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31 13 Aeschylus.
31 14 Notebook, 1983.
32 1 Notebook, 1983 - 1984.
32 2 Notebook, 1984.
32 3 Notebook, 1984 - 1985.
32 4 Notebook, 1985 - 1986.
32 5 Notebook, 1986 - 1987.
32 6 Notebook, 1987 - 1988.
32 7 Notebook, 1988 - 1989.
32 8 Notebook, 1989.
32 9 Notebook, 1990 - 1991.

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33 1 Aria No. 17, 1990.
33 2 Chimneys, 1993.
33 3 Concetto Spaziale, 1992.
33 4 Covered Bridge, 1992.
33 5 Cranky and Right Tool, 1993.
33 6 Crosses - Black Cross, 1994.
33 7 Crosses - Criss-Cross, 1994.
33 8 Crosses - Double Cross, 1994.
33 9 Crosses - Greek Cross, 1994.
33 10 Crosses - Green Cross, 1994.
33 11 Crosses - Lost Cross, 1994.
33 12 Crosses - White Cross, 1994.
33 13 Down and Dirty, 1992.
33 14 Greek Lyric Meter, 1992.
33 15 Her Time, 1993.
33 16 How Sweet It Is, 1993.
33 17 In The Upper Room, 1991. Reworked and retitled (What She Heard), 7-17-1991
33 18 Into the Hill Country, 1992.
33 19 Kick Poem, 1992.
33 20 Molloy-like, 1991.
33 21 Not Blue Not Violet, 1992.
33 22 Number of Times, 1991.
33 23 Of The Two Ears, 1993. Also includes Party Game, 8/21/93; Restoration Job, 8/23/93; and Dead Tree Beaten Down, 8/24/93
34 1 Precious Lord, 1993.
34 2 Queen Not The Queen, 1993.
34 3 Red Man, 1992.
34 4 Sainte-Chapelle, 1992.
34 5 So Many Treasures, 1993.
34 6 Some Other Time, 1991.
34 7 Tauler Sentences, 1992.
34 8 With The Spanish Poets, 1993.
34 9 Word Misheard, 1994.
34 10 Writer He The Reader She, 1993.
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34 11 Instructed.
34 12 Going For Broke: The Black Mt. Poets.
34 13 On Translating Aeschylus.
34 14 Remaining in Light - Hopper essay 4 and Slight Return. holograph manuscript
34 15 Remaining in Light - Remaining in Light, 1992. Xerox with handwrittern corrections & revisions used for preparation of final draft typescript (Part I of II)
34 16 Remaining in Light - Remaining in Light, 1992. Xerox with handwritten corrections & revisions used for preparation of final draft typescript (Part II of II)
34 17 Remaining in Light - Early page proofs.
35 1 Remaining in Light - Original Typescript. Part I of II
35 2 Remaining in Light - Original Typescript. Part II of II
35 3 Songs of Degrees. Author's copy-- typescript photocopy with annotations (Part I of II)
35 4 Songs of Degrees. Author's copy-- typescript photocopy with annotations (Part II of II)
35 5 FB-033-02 Songs of Degrees. Page proofs

CORRESPONDENCE

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35 6 Alcalay, Ammiel, 1989 - 1991.
35 7 Barone, Dennis, 1990 - 1993.
35 8 Baude, Dawn Michelle, 1992.
35 9 Bell, Charles G., 1980.
35 10 Black Warrior Review, 1991.
35 11 Bobo, Jeau-Raphael, 1989.
35 12 Byrd, Bobby, 1990 - 1993.
35 13 Coburn, Robert, 1977.
35 14 Cole, N., 1993 - 1994.
35 15 Credences: A Journal of Twentieth Century Poetics, 1981.
35 16 Creeley, Robert, 1991 - 1993.
36 1 Custer, Chris, 1990 - 1993.
36 2 DeGraw, Shari, 1993.
36 3 Educational Alliance (Edwin Frank), 1992.
36 4 Elliott, George P., 1979.
36 5 Enslin, Theodore, 1993 - 1994.
36 6 Eshleman, Clayton, 1991 - 1993.
36 7 Fitterman, Rob, 1984.
36 8 Foster, Edward, 1989 - 1994.
36 9 Fredman, Stephen, 1994.
36 10 Gardner, D..
36 11 Gingerich, Willard, 1975.
36 12 Golding, Alan, 1986 - 1991.
36 13 Goodell, Larry, 1975.
36 14 Graves, Bradford, 1990 - 1993.
36 15 Guest, Barbara, 1991.
36 16 Harrison, Bob, 1993.
36 17 Heller, Michael, 1991 - 1994.
36 18 Hickman, Leland, 1990.
36 19 Hocquard, Emmanuel, 1989.
36 20 Howe, Susan, 1984 - 1993.
36 21 Ivy's Book Shop.
36 22 Johnson, Ronald, 1991.
36 23 Lazer, Hank, 1991 - 1993.
36 24 Lost Roads Publishers (Wright, C.D. and Gander, Forrest), 1991 - 1993.
36 25 Mac Low, Jackson, 1993.
36 26 Macaulay, Charles, 1991.
36 27 Mackey, Nathaniel, 1991 - 1992.
36 28 Marshall, Jack, 1992 - 1993.
36 29 Metcalf, Paul, 1990 - 1992.
36 30 Mikriamos, Philippe, 1990.
36 31 Miller, J. Hillis, 1993.
36 32 Morrow, Bradford, 1990 - 1993.
36 33 Mott, Glenn, 1991.
37 1 Nowak, Mark, 1989 - 1994.
37 2 O.ARS, 1983 - 1989.
37 3 Olson, Toby, 1990 - 1994.
37 4 Palmer, Michael, 1990 - 1993.
37 5 Perlman, John, 1990 - 1992.
37 6 Perloff, Marjorie, 1992 - 1993.
37 7 Phelps, Donald.
37 8 Piper, Paul, 1987.
37 9 Rehm, Pam/ Daly,Lew, 1990 - 1992. Part I of II
37 10 Rehm, Pam/ Daly, Lew, 1993 - 1994. Part II of II
37 11 Roether, Barbara, 1982.
37 12 Rothenberg, Jerome, 1992.
37 13 Schelling, Andrew, 1985.
37 14 Sciver, Lorivan, 1994.
37 15 Scroggins, Mark, 1988 - 1992.
37 16 Sher, Gail, 1985.
37 17 Shoemaker, Steven, 1991 - 1993.
37 18 State University of New York Press, 1992 - 1993.
37 19 Strauss, David Levi, 1988 - 1993.
37 20 Sun and Moon Press, 1988 - 1994.
37 21 Sutton, Walter, 1990 - 1993.
37 22 Sylvester, Bill, 1985.
37 23 THIS (Watten, Barett).
37 24 TO (Frechie, Seth), 1992 - 1993.
37 25 TOTTEL'S (Silliman, Ron), 1971.
37 26 University at Buffalo, the Poetry/Rare Books Collection, 1990. Bertholf, Robert, curator
37 27 University of Alabama, 1991 - 1993.
37 28 University of Alabama Press, 1991 - 1994.
38 1 Waldrop, Rosemarie, 1993.
38 2 Watson, Craig, 1989 - 1993. Includes writings Part I of II
38 3 Watson, Craig, 1987 - 1994. Part II of II
38 4 West, Paul, 1990.
38 5 Williams, Jonathan, 1974.
38 6 Wilson, Keith, 1992.
38 7 Witte, John, 1991 - 1994.
38 8 Young, Karl, 1990 - 1993.
38 9 Unidentified Correspondents.

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39 1 Notebook, 1991 - 1992.
39 2 Notebook, 1992 - 1993.
39 3 Notebook, 1993.
39 4 Notebook, 1993 - 1994.
39 5 Barbara Guest Review, 1991.
39 6 Amish Buggy, CROSSES, 1994.
39 7 Bride City, CROSSES, 1994.
39 8 Bride City, CROSSES, 1995.
39 9 Clickety Clack, CROSSES, 1995.
39 10 Consider, CROSSES, 1995.
39 11 Expulsion, CROSSES, 1995.
39 12 I'm not Schlierermacher, CROSSES, 1995.
39 13 In Croce, CROSSES, 1994.
39 14 In Croce, CROSSES, 1994.
39 15 Kiss, CROSSES, 1995.
39 16 Last Words and Clifton Chenier is Dead, CROSSES, 1994.
39 17 On the Lexicon, CROSSES, 1995.
39 18 Ta en te phone, CROSSES, 1995.
39 19 Edward Foster Review, 1995. Includes holograph and typescript drafts and a letter dated 17 May 1995 to Jack Voller, editor of PAPERS ON LANGUAGE & LITERATURE, the journal in which the review appeared.
39 20 Jesus' Blood, notes and overlays, 1994. Holograph notes.
39 21 Jesus' Blood, notes and overlays, 1994. Typescripts.
39 22 Jesus' Blood, notes and overlays, 1994. Original and corrected typescripts.
39 23 Robert Creeley's THE ISLAND, 1994.
39 24 Preliminaries, SONGS OF DEGREES, 1994. Corrected typescript.
39 25 Deep Jewels..., SONGS OF DEGREES, 1994. Corrected typescript.
39 26 Spiritual definition of poetry, SONGS OF DEGREES, 1994. Corrected typescript.
39 27 Reading William Bronk, SONGS OF DEGREES, 1994. Corrected typescript.
39 28 Zukofsky's Mantis, SONGS OF DEGREES. Corrected typescript.
40 1 How to do things with words, SONGS OF DEGREES, 1994. Corrected typescript.
40 2 Preface, SONGS OF DEGREES, 1994. Corrected TS
40 3 Poem as a woven scarf, SONGS OF DEGREES, 1994. Corrected TS
40 4 Louis Zukofsky..., SONGS OF DEGREES, 199 - 4. Corrected TS
40 5 Play and the poetry of Susan Howe, SONGS OF DEGREES, 1994. Corrected TS.
40 6 Of the power of the word, SONGS OF DEGREES, 1994. Corrected TS
40 7 George Oppen and the anthologies, SONGS OF DEGREES, 1994. Corrected TS
40 8 Call me Isabel, call me Pierre, SONGS OF DEGREES, 1994. Corrected TS
40 9 Picture of mystery and power, SONGS OF DEGREES, 1994. Corrected TS
40 10 An on-going conversation, SONGS OF DEGREE, 1994. Corrected TS
40 11 Introduction to PROMPTED, SONGS OF DEGREES, 1994. Corrected TS.
40 12 Come shadow come and pick this shadow up, SONGS OF DEGREES, 1994. Corrected TS
40 13 To go down, to go into, SONGS OF DEGREES, 1994. Corrected TS
40 14 Bibliography, SONGS OF DEGREES, 1994. Corrected TS.
40 15 Vision statement, 1990.
40 16 Walk out: rereading George Oppen, 1994. Notes.
40 17 Walk out: rereading George Oppen, 1994. First draft.
40 18 Walk out: rereading George Oppen, 1994. Second draft.
40 19 Walk out: rereading George Oppen, 1994. Third draft.
40 20 Walk out: rereading George Oppen, 1994. Fourth draft.
40 21 Walk out: rereading George Oppen, 1995. Final version.
40 22 Walk out: rereading George Oppen, 1995. Revised version, June.
40 23 Walk out: rereading George Oppen, 1995. Final draft, July.

CORRESPONDENCE

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41 1 Barone, Dennis, 1994.
41 2 Bernstein, Charles, 1994.
41 3 Clippenger, David, 1994.
41 4 Custer, Chris, 1994 - 1995.
41 5 Daly, Lew, 1993 - 1995.
41 6 Enslin, Ted, 1994.
41 7 Enslin, Ted, 1995.
41 8 Eshleman, Clayton, 1994 - 1995.
41 9 Gatschet, Anne, 1994.
41 10 Golding, Alan, 1995.
41 11 Graves, Bradford, 1991 - 1995.
41 12 Gunn, Douglas, 1994 - 1995.
41 13 Heller, Michael, 1994 - 1995.
41 14 Howe, Susan, 1994.
41 15 Lazer, Hank, 1994.
41 16 Marshall, Jack, 1994 - 1995.
41 17 Martin, William, 1994 - 1995.
41 18 Metcalf , Paul, 1993 - 1994.
41 19 Morrow, Bradford, 1994.
41 20 Mourelatos, Linda Oppen, 1994.
41 21 Nowak, Mark, 1994 - 1995.
41 22 O'Leary, Peter, 1995.
41 23 Olson, Toby, 1994 - 1995.
41 24 Palmer, Michael, 1992.
41 25 Perloff, Marjorie, 1994.
41 26 Rehm, Pam, 1994.
41 27 Selby, Spencer, 1994 - 1995.
41 28 Shoemaker, Steven, 1994.
41 29 Thilleman, Tod, 1994 - 1995.
41 30 University of Alabama Press, 1994.
41 31 Vetock, Jeff, 1994 - 1995.
41 32 Vincent, Stephen, 1994.
41 33 Waldrop, Rosmarie, 1994.
41 34 Watson, Craig, 1995.
41 35 Young, Karl, 1995.

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42 1 CROSSES - New work. Includes letter from Spencer Selby dated 4/5/95.
42 2 CROSSES - Final poems. Summer 1996
42 3 Hopper variations - part 1. 10/22/95
42 4 Hopper variations - part 2. 11/6/95
42 5 Hopper variations - Rewrites - parts 1 and 2.
42 6 Hopper variations - part 3. 12/1/95
42 7 Hopper variations - part 4. 12/15/95
43 1 Hopper variations - part 5. 12/26/95
43 2 Hopper variations - part 6. 1/6/96
43 3 Hopper variations - part 7 - Excursion into philosophy. 1/19/96
43 4 Hopper variations - Excursion (complete).
43 5 Hopper poem - Revisions/headnotes. 2/4/96
43 6 Hopper variations (original) - corrected pages.
43 7 Rhapsodies. 3/4/96
43 8 Samba De Orpheo. 3/29/96
43 9 Winter/Pink Flamingo. 3/14/96

Accession Processed in 1998

CORRESPONDENCE

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44 1 Andrews, Bruce, 1996.
44 2 Barone, Dennis, 1996 - 1997.
44 3 Bernstein, Charles, 1994.
44 4 Breda, Don, 1997.
44 5 Butterick, George, 1979.
44 6 Byrd, Bobby, 1995 - 1997.
44 7 CHICAGO REVIEW (Devin Johnston, poetry editor), 1995 - 1997.
44 8 Creeley, Robert, 1997.
44 9 Daly, Lew, 1995 - 1997. See also Rehm, Pam.
44 10 Derrida, Jacques, 1995 - 1997.
44 11 DuPlessis, Rachel Blau, 1994.
44 12 Dutton, Geoffrey, 1997.
44 13 Enslin, Theodore, 1995 - 1998.
44 14 Fredman, Stephen, 1994 - 1997.
44 15 Gander, Forrest, 1995 - 1997.
44 16 Gordon, David, 1979.
44 17 Graves, Bradford, 1995 - 1996.
44 18 Hatlen, Burton, 1995 - 1996.
44 19 Heller, Michael, 1995 - 1998.
44 20 Howe, Susan, 1996.
44 21 Johnson, Ronald, 1974.
44 22 Lazer, Hank, 1994 - 1997.
44 23 LIGHTENING AND ASH (Paul Kremsreiter, ed.), 1995.
44 24 Mackey, Nathaniel, 1995.
44 25 McGann, Jerome, 1998.
44 26 Metcalf, Paul, 1979.
44 27 Morrow, Bradford, 1995 - 1997.
44 28 Mullen, Harryette, 1995.
44 29 Noll, Craig, 1993.
44 30 Nowak, Mark, 1995 - 1997.
44 31 O'Leary, Michael, 1997 - 1998.
44 32 O'Leary, Peter, 1995 - 1998.
44 33 Olson, Toby, 1995 - 1998.
44 34 Oppen, Mary, 1974.
44 35 PAIDEUMA (Carroll F. Terrell, ed.), 1978.
44 36 Rehm, Pam, 1995 - 1997. See also Daly, Lew.
44 37 Rudolf, Anthony (THE MENARD PRESS), 1995 - 1997.
44 38 Saint Joseph College (Genevieve Slomski), 1994.
44 39 Valery, Juliette, 1996.
44 40 Waldrop, Rosemary, 1997.
44 41 Watson, Craig, 1978 - 1998.
44 42 Wilson, Keith, 1972.
44 43 Wright, C.D., 1994 - 1996.
44 44 Zukofsky, Celia, 1979.
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45 1 Chord/ Drone, CROSSES, 1997. Draft with notes and revisions.
45 2 K. Tropes, CROSSES. TS drafts with notes and revisions.
45 3 K. Tropes, CROSSES, 1997. Early drafts with notes and revisions.
45 4 Mere Illustrations: Maurice Sendak and Melville. Early notes.
45 5 Mere Illustrations: Maurice Sendak and Melville. Notes on 3 X 5 cards.
45 6 Mere Illustrations: Maurice Sendak and Melville. First draft.
45 7 Mere Illustrations: Maurice Sendak and Melville. Second draft.
46 1 Mere Illustrations: Maurice Sendak and Melville. Third draft.
46 2 Mere Illustrations: Maurice Sendak and Melville. Fourth draft. TS with notes.
46 3 Mere Illustrations: Maurice Sendak and Melville. TS draft with notes.
46 4 Mere Illustrations: Maurice Sendak and Melville. TS draft with notes, 4-3-97.
46 5 Mere Illustrations: Maurice Sendak and Melville. Last (?) rewrite, 4-6-97. TS draft with notes.
46 6 Nude/ ABA. 8-25-97. MS/TS draft with notes.
46 7 Oak-leafed Hydrangea. 8-20-97. MS draft with notes.
46 8 Proust's Rats. 9-11-97. MS/TS draft with notes.
46 9 Walk Out: Rereading George Oppen. Oppen notes: one.
46 10 Walk Out: Rereading George Oppen. Oppen notes: two.
46 11 Walk Out: Rereading George Oppen. Early draft.
47 1 Walk Out: Rereading George Oppen. Notes, including a letter from Mary Oppen.
47 2 Walk Out: Rereading George Oppen. Second draft.
47 3 Walk Out: Rereading George Oppen. Third draft.
47 4 Walk Out: Rereading George Oppen. Fourth draft.
47 5 Walk Out: Rereading George Oppen. Final draft with corrections.

MISCELLANEOUS

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47 6 J. Hillis Miller: HAWTHORNE AND HISTORY. Notes on J. Hillis Miller's HAWTHORNE AND HISTORY.
47 7 Jason Brooks. Newspaper clipping pertaining to Jason Brooks, a student of Taggart's.
47 8 Notebook. Notebook containing various material pertaining to course materials and reading notes.
47 9 Telephone Message. Telephone message regarding Paul Zukofsky.

Accession Processed in 1999

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48 1 Black Cohosh. August 15, 1998.
48 2 Carlisle Indian School. August 10, 1998.
48 3 Mnemotechnic: 15 Notes. Paper given at the Boston Poetry Conference on July 19, 1998, and published in KENNING, no.3 (Autumn/Winter 1998) under the title "The Roof Falling In: 15 Notes."
48 4 Problema. Part I. October 14, 1998.
48 5 Problema. Part I (continued). October 14, 1998.
48 6 Problema. Part II. November 8, 1998.
48 7 Problema. Part II (continued). November 8, 1998.
48 8 Problema. Part III. November 28, 1998.
48 9 Problema. Part III (continued). November 28, 1998.
48 10 Problema. Part IV. December 19, 1998.
48 11 Problema. Part IV (continued). December 19, 1998.
49 1 Problema. Part IV (continued). December 19, 1998.
49 2 Problema. Later revisions. December 21, 1998 and January 3, 1999.
49 3 Problema. Later revisions (continued). December 21, 1998 and January 3, 1999.
49 4 Two Words Two. August 10, 1998.
49 5 What Happened (Ron Johnson Poem).
49 6 When the Saints. Last set of revisions (last of the new titles). January 23, 1999.

Accession Processed in 2000

NOTEBOOKS

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50 1 Notebook, 1996 - 1997. Includes loose leaves.
50 2 Notebook, 1997 - 1998.
50 3 Notebook, 1998.
50 4 Notebook, 1998 - 1999.
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50 5 Chicago Breakdown, 1999. First draft.
50 6 Chicago Breakdown, 1999. Second draft.
50 7 When the Saints, 1999. January 4. Original revised complete draft.

CORRESPONDENCE

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50 8 Booth, Philip, 1998 - 2000.
50 9 Derrida, Jacques, 1997 - 1999.
50 10 Enslin, Theodore, 1998.
50 11 Enslin, Theodore, 1999.
50 12 Enslin, Theodore, 2000.
50 13 Fees, Sandra, 1997 - 1999. Includes undated material.
50 14 Graves, Bradford, 1970.
50 15 Heller, Michael, 1998 - 2000.
50 16 Howe, Susan, 1998 - 1999.
50 17 Lazer, Hank, 1996 - 1998.
51 1 Lazer, Hank, 1998 - 2000.
51 2 Mackey, Nathaniel, 1999.
51 3 Metcalf, Nancy, 1999.
51 4 O'Leary, Michael, 1998 - 2000.
51 5 O'Leary, Peter, 1997 - 1998.
51 6 O'Leary, Peter, 1999 - 2000.
51 7 Olsen, Toby, 1998 - 2000.
51 8 Palmer, Michael, 1999.
51 9 Ratner, Rochelle, 1979.
51 10 Rehm, Pam, 1998 - 1999.
51 11 Rudloph, Anthony (THE MENARD PRESS), 1998 - 2000. Includes material with incomplete dates.
51 12 Scroggins, Beth, 1997 - 2000.
51 13 Scroggins, Mark, 1997 - 1999.
51 14 Smith, Samuel, 1996 - 2000.
51 15 Tipton, John, 1997.
51 16 Waldrop, Rosmarie, 2000.
51 17 Watson, Craig, 1998 - 1999.
51 18 Welish, Marjorie, 1999 - 2000.
51 19 Zukofsky, Paul, 1999.

Accessions Processed in 2005

CORRESPONDENCE

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52 1 Miscellaneous correspondents.
52 2 Alexander, Charles, 1998.
52 3 ANGLE (Brian Lucas), 1998.
52 4 ANTENYM (Steve Carll), 1995.
52 5 ARIZONA QUARTERLY (Edgar A. Dryden), 1999.
52 6 Augustine, Jane, 1998.
52 7 BACKWOOD BROADSIDES (Sylvester Pollett), 2002.
52 8 Barone, Dennis, 1999 - 2001.
52 9 Blauvelt, Ralph, 1991 - 1993.
52 10 Brooks, Jay.
52 11 Chace, Joel, 1999 - 2001.
52 12 CHICAGO REVIEW, 1998 - 2002.
52 13 Clippinger, Annabelle, 1994 - 2001.
52 14 Clippinger, David W., 1994 - 1998.
52 15 Cohen, Alicia, 1999 - 2001.
52 16 Cone, Trevor, 1998.
52 17 CONJUNCTIONS (Bradford Morrow), 2000 - 2002.
52 18 Cox, Cathy, 1995 - 1998.
52 19 Creeley, Robert, 2002.
52 20 CROSS CULTURAL POETICS (Mark Nowak), 1998 - 2001.
52 21 Daly, Lew, 1995.
52 22 Dutton, G.F., 1997.
52 23 Enslin, Theodore, 2000 - 2002.
52 24 Equi, Elaine, 1997.
52 25 FACTURE (Paul Naylor), 1999 - 2002.
52 26 FIRST INTENSITY (Lee Chapman), 2001 - 2002.
52 27 Fourcade, Dominique, 2001.
52 28 Fredman, Stephen, 1998.
52 29 Ganick, Peter, 1997.
52 30 Gilmore, Lyman, 2000.
52 31 Giscombe, Cecil, 1998.
52 32 Golaski, Adam, 2001 - 2002.
52 33 Golding-Shapiro, Alan, 1996.
52 34 Gunn, Doug, 1996.
52 35 HAMBONE, 2001.
52 36 Harrison, Bob, 1996 - 1997.
52 37 Heller, Michael, 2000 - 2002.
52 38 Hope, Penelope M., 1998.
52 39 Howe, Susan, 2001 - 2002.
52 40 Jarnot, Lisa, 1997 - 2000.
52 41 Joris, Pierre, 1996.
52 42 KENNING (Patrick F. Durgin), 1998.
52 43 Kimmelman, Burt, 1999 - 2002.
52 44 Kunz, Andrew, 2001 - 2002.
53 1 Lazer, Hank, 1995 - 2000.
53 2 Lazer, Hank, 2000 - 2002.
53 3 Lesar, Greg, 1999.
53 4 LEVIATHAN QUARTERLY (Michael Hulse), 2002.
53 5 Lovell, Thoreau, 1995.
53 6 Martin, William, 1995 - 1996.
53 7 Mourelatos, Linda, 1995.
53 8 Noble, Joshua, 2000.
53 9 NORTH CAROLINA LITERARY REVIEW (Alex Albright), 1994.
53 10 O'Leary, Michael, 2000 - 2002.
53 11 O'Leary, Peter, 2000 - 2002.
53 12 Olson, Toby, 1999 - 2002.
53 13 Ott, Gil, 1979 - 2001.
53 14 Parsons, Marnee, 1997.
53 15 POETRY NEW YORK (Tod Thilleman), 1999.
53 16 POETRY PROJECT (Kimberly Lyons), 1988.
53 17 Postle, Kathleen, 1960 - 1969.
53 18 Postle, Kathleen, 1970 - 1979.
53 19 Postle, Kathleen, 1980 - 1989.
54 1 Postle, Kathleen, 1990 - 1999.
54 2 Postle, Kathleen, 2000.
54 3 Postle, Kathleen. undated.
54 4 Read, Thomas, 2001 - 2002.
54 5 Rehm, Pam, 1999 - 2002.
54 6 Rhizome, S., 1997.
54 7 Rudolfo, Anthony, 2000 - 2002.
54 8 Rudy, Maxwell, 2002.
54 9 Scroggins, Mark, 1996 - 2002.
54 10 Selinger, Eric Murphy, 2001.
54 11 Sherwood, Kenneth, 1999 - 2000.
54 12 SULFUR (Clayton Eshleman), 1999.
54 13 Sun and Moon Press (Douglas Messerli), 1995 - 2000.
54 14 Talisman House, 1999 - 2000.
54 15 Tamminen, Suzanna, 2000.
54 16 TO (Seth Frechie), 1994.
54 17 Valery, Juliette, 1997 - 1998.
54 18 Voller, Jack G., 1995.
54 19 Welch, Marjorie, 2000.
54 20 Wray, David, 2002.
54 21 Wright, C.D..

PASTORELLES

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54 22 Aluminum Road, 1999.
54 23 Matchless Body/Arrow Beer, 1999.
54 24 Thales the Milesian/In A Time of Drought, 1999.
54 25 Not Egypt, 2000.
54 26 William Bronk, 2000.
54 27 Shadyside School, 2000.
54 28 Magdalene Poem, 2000.
54 29 Henry David Thoreau/Sonny Rollins, 2000.
54 30 Pastorelle 4, 2000.
54 31 Golden Book, 2000.
54 32 Call, 2000.
55 1 Patterns, 2000.
55 2 In the Kitchen, 2000.
55 3 Country Music, 2000.
55 4 Page 173, 2001.
55 5 Pastorelle 5, 2001.
55 6 Pastorelle 6, 2001.
55 7 Pastorelle 7, 2001.
55 8 A Grove or Green Place, 2001.
55 9 Rhythm and Blues Singer, 2001.
55 10 Lorine Niedecker's Pier, 2001.
55 11 House in Hartford, 2001.
55 12 Pastorelle 8, 2001.
55 13 Motel, 2001.
55 14 Poem with German Words, 2001.
55 15 Moonrise, 2001.
55 16 The Compulsion to Repeat, 2001.
55 17 At the Counters' Ball, 2001.
55 18 Pastorelle 9, 2001.
55 19 Car Museum, 2002.
55 20 Five/On the Line, 2002.
55 21 Pastorelle 10 (Where to Plant a Tree), 2001.
55 22 Work, 2002.
55 23 Irenaeus of Lyons, 2002.
55 24 Pastorelle 11, 2002.
55 25 Parmenidas/Fragments 3 and 15a.
55 26 Ideas for a Movie, 2002.
55 27 Platonic Poem, 2002.
56 1 Pastorelle 14, 2002.
56 2 Pastorelle 15, 2002.
56 3 In the Moods, 2002.

Unpublished Poems

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56 4 Clear, 2001. unpublished work
56 5 Daylily, 2001.
56 6 Dream of Rocks and Maples, 2000.
56 7 Glance, 1999.
56 8 Historic Marker.
56 9 Jazz is Dead, 2002. Revised May 13, 2002, and title changed to "Pastorelle 11."
56 10 Loyal, 1999.
56 11 Marianne Moore, 2000. Revised July 29, 2000.
56 12 Matchsticks, 2001.
56 13 Not Easily, 2000.
56 14 Pastorelle 13, 2002.
56 15 Play within the Play, 2001.
56 16 Poem for Jennifer, 2002.
56 17 Postcard, 1999.
56 18 Sentence, 2001.
56 19 Shingles, 2002.
56 20 Song After, 2001.
56 21 The Spring Poem, 2002.
56 22 Straight With Her, 2002.
56 23 Sudden Flare, 2001.
56 24 The Sweet New Style, 2002.
56 25 Tongue In, 2001. Reworked and reconsidered (as "Charles Wesley Variations"), decided not to use.
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57 1 Arcadia Transcended: Mozart's The Magic Flute.
57 2 Between, Essays for My Best Friends.
57 3 George Oppen: One Line, 2002. text delivered at Dactyl Foundation
57 4 Henry Miller and the Whitman Tradition. A study in the mechanics of literary tradition. Junior Master Tutorial
57 5 John Ashbery's "Clepsydra": An Apologetics for the Modernist Poem", 1968.
57 6 Some Propositions and Exercises for the Critic of the Modernist Poem.



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