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Poems in Box 52, Folder 28 are restricted by the donor until 2020.

Abstract

Papers of Jackson Mac Low, a poet, composer and performance artist who has frequently used systematic chance operations and other non-intentional compositional methods in his work. The bulk of the collection dates between 1937 and 1995. The collection contains notebooks (1948-1990); biographical material; correspondence (1943-1995); manuscripts of poetry, prose, essays, plays, music and performance instructions; writings of others; interviews with Mac Low; conference and residency documentation; posters and programs; and subject files. Prominent correspondents include Kathy Acker, Julian Beck, Carol Berge, Paul Blackburn, John Cage, Robert Creeley, Larry Eigner, Clayton Eshleman, Peter Ganick, Paul Goodman, Allen Ginsberg, Donald Hall, Spencer Holst, Vera Lachmann, Denise Levertov, George Maciunas, Judith Malina, Steve McCaffery, Nam June Paik, Jerome Rothenberg, Ron Silliman, John Taggart, Diane Wakoski, Anne Waldman, and William Carlos Williams. The collection is arranged in ten series: 1) NOTEBOOKS, 2) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 3) CORRESPONDENCE, 4) WRITINGS, 5) WRITINGS OF OTHERS, 6) INTERVIEWS, 7) CONFERENCES, FESTIVALS AND RESIDENCIES, 8) PROGRAMS AND POSTERS, 9) SUBJECT FILES, and 10) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

Biography

Born in Chicago, Ill. on Sept. 12, 1922, Jackson Mac Low spent his grade school years studying music and poetry. In 1939, he entered the University of Chicago to study philosophy, leaving there in 1943 with an Associate of Arts Degree and relocating to New York City. In 1955, Mac Low enrolled in Brooklyn College, where he completed a Bachelors of Arts program in Greek in 1958. The bachelors degree allowed Mac Low to secure a number of better paying and more flexible jobs, thus giving him time for his artistic career. He worked as reference-book editor and taught courses at New York University.

In February 1962, Mac Low married the painter Iris Lezak. In 1963 they gave birth to a son, Mordecai-Mark and, in 1966, to a daughter, Clarinda. Mac Low and Iris Lezak divorced in 1978, and twelve years later he married Anne Tardos, a poet, composer, multimedia artist.

Mac Low is the author of some thirty books of poetry, four playscripts, and numerous critical statements. His work has been published by a range of trade and fine presses, and individual pieces have appeared in a great number of poetry journals. Mac Low is known to most readers as an ardent practioneer of chance operations in poetry composition, which Mac Low first experienced in the musical work of John Cage, Earle Brown, and Christian Wolff. But the poet Ron Silliman has suggested that is a smaller part of Mac Low's overall importance. As Silliman explains, "Mac Low was more or less alone in the 1950s in his explorations of poetic form as system (to my mind a far more important implication of his work than his use of chance operations, whaich are merely one type of system)."

Mac Low's interest in poetry as system dates from 1954, when he used a chance operation to generate the text "5 biblical poems." The poems he wrote during the previous sixteen years were more conventional expressions of the writers emotions and reflections. Most of these early poems have not yet been published (a handful do appear in the collection REPRESENTATIVE WORKS, 1986), but are present in Mac Low's archive.

In the 1960s and 1970s, Mac Low's writing became prolific and more experimentally daring or reliant on what Mac Low describes as non-intentional methods. THE MARRING MAIDEN, a theatrical work, was first performed by the Living Theatre in during the 1960-1961 season. A performance piece, action in the play was determined by action cards given to actors at random intervals and by the director's scenarios. The plays language was determined using the I CHING. In STANZAS FOR IRIS LEZAK, a nearly 400 page work written in 1960 but published twelve years later, was generated from an assortment of religious and scientific texts, newspapers, and whatever else the poet was reading at the time. A year later, Mac Low composed ASYMMETRIES 1-501, an investigation of irregular poetic form, unlike the regular forms acheived in STANZAS FOR IRIS LEZAK.

In 1967, Mac Low's VERDUROUS SANGUINARIA was performed in Yoko Ono's loft as part of a series of "happenings" organized by La Monte Young. This work was generated from chance operations applied to twenty-six dictionaries, and it is the only work of Mac Low's to have yet been published by a university press. THE PRONOUNS, also written in the 1960s, was composed as a book of poems and a score for actions. The work, which Jerome Rothenberg describes as taking "hold of those old workhorses of our language," was conceived as a score for dance. While it has been performed infrequently, the work has become recognized as Mac Low's most anthologized composition. Other works rendered during this period include 22 LIGHT POEMS (1968), THE VIRIGINIA WOOLF POEMS (1985), WORDS ND ENDS FROM EZ (1989) and 42 MERZGEDICHTE IN MEMORIAM KURT SCHWITTERS (1994). Collectively they reveal the various generative methods and source texts Mac Low employed in composing his texts.

From a formal point of view, 1954 marks a rupture in Mac Low's career, as conventional intentional strageties are displaced by non-intentional strategies. But from a political perspective there is a certain and problematic continuity. Mac Low has always been a political activist, a self-proclaimed pacifist-anarchist. This political stance is evident in the content of the verse written before 1954, as it is also in the Mac Low's activity as an editor of anarchist publication. After 1954 and Mac Low's increasing use of non-intentional strategies, the politcal stance is shifted to the poem's form and becomes actualized in the transaction between the text and the reader. As Bruce Campbell has explained, Mac Low has no desire "to be a dictator....Instead Mac Low wants to 'empower' the reader....The reader is not someone who simply gazes upon the work or arrives at a prefabricated meaning; the reader helps to make the meaning." In short, using non-intentional strategies allows Mac Low to alter radically the power relationship of conventional author / reader transactions.

Mac Low's work, because of its experimental and difficult characteristics, has not received a strong general audience; it has been most enthusiastically read by poets broadly interested in some of the same poetic / aesthetic values Mac Low investigates in his texts. Nevertheless, Mac Low has been the recipient of several awards: two Creative Artists Public Service Program fellowships (1973-74 and 1976-77), a National Endowments for the Arts fellowship (1976), a Guggenheim Memorial fellowship (1985), a Fulbright fellowship (1986) and, more recently, The Fund for Poetry awards (1988-89 and 1991-92).

Jackson Mac Low died on December 8, 2004.

Scope and Content of Collection

The Jackson Mac Low Papers span the bulk of his career as a poet, composer and multimedia performance artist, combining extensive documentation of his literary production with record of his political activities and influence on other artists. The collection is largely comprised of materials from the late 1930s to 1995, although there are a few documents from earlier years. The collection is arranged in ten series: 1) NOTEBOOKS, 2) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 3) CORRESPONDENCE, 4) WRITINGS, 5) WRITINGS OF OTHERS, 6) INTERVIEWS, 7) CONFERENCES, FESTIVALS AND RESIDENCIES, 8) PROGRAMS AND POSTERS, 9) SUBJECT FILES and 10) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

SERIES 1: NOTEBOOKS

The notebooks (1948-1990) are arranged chronologically and contain drafts of poems, quotations from literature read by Mac Low and reflections made at poetry readings and other places.

SERIES 2: BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL

This series provides a chronological overview of Mac Low's artistic production and includes biographies of various lengths, bibliographies, resumes, and lists of readings, performances, recordings, and publications. Also included are photographs of Mac Low and his family, calendars from the 1970s and 1980s that document his daily activities and tax preparation notes and documents that show Mac Low's employment, travel, and grant history (1972-1989).

SERIES 3: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series documents Mac Low's relationships with other writers, artists, editors, publishers, and scholars and the collaborative nature of many of his compositions. A lesser portion of the correspondence is from family, primarily Mac Low's parents, his children and his wives.

Often the most interesting letters in this series come from Mac Low himself, as they tend to be typed, several pages long and treat both professional and personal topics with great earnestness and candor. Insight into his creative impulses and compositional methods is available throughout his correspondence, as well as glimpses into the private and/or political events that influenced his writing.

Prominent correspondents include Kathy Acker, Julian Beck, Carol Berge, Paul Blackburn, Charles Alexander, David and Eleanor Antin, Bruce Andrews, Carol Berge, John Cage, Robert Creeley, Merce Cunningham, Alan Davies, Larry Eigner, Clayton Eshleman, Peter Ganick, Allen Ginsberg, Paul Goodman, Donald Hall, Dick Higgins, Spencer Holst, Robert Kelly, Alison Knowles, Vera Lachmann, Denise Levertov, Iris Lezak, George Maciunas, Judith Malina, Bernadette Mayer, Steve McCaffery, Pauline Oliveros, Nam June Paik, Toby Olson, George Quasha, Joan Retallack, Jerome Rothenberg, Armand Schwerner, Ron Silliman, Mary Ellen Solt, John Taggart, Anne Tardos, Robert Vas Dias, Diane Wakoski, Anne Waldman, Rosmarie Waldrop, Keith Waldrop, Karl Young, La Monte Young, and Ellen Zweig.

SERIES 4: WRITINGS

The WRITINGS series is arranged in five subseries: A) Poetry, Performances, Plays, and Music, B) Prose and Essays, C) Reviews, D) Talks and Lectures, and E) Notes.

A) The Poetry, Performances, Plays, and Music subseries contains manuscripts and drafts of Mac Low's published works, collected poems, individual poems, performance instructions, plays, and music. It comprises the bulk of the collection and is arranged alphabetically by the title of the work. Mac Low's work tends to be progressive and constantly evolving; so many of his earlier works are accompanied by later revisions, additional performance instructions, musical scores and collaborative adaptations. Several texts were later revised using diastic computer-generated programs. Wherever possible, originals and all subsequent additions and adaptations are foldered together. Computer-generated poetry produced during Mac Low's participation in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's Art and Technology Program is located under "PFR-3 Poems."

B) The Prose and Essays subseries, arranged alphabetically by title, contains drafts of unpublished fiction, juvenilia and essays.

C) The Reviews subseries contains book reviews by Mac Low.

D) The Talks and Lectures subseries contains poetry reading introductions and conference talks.

E) The fifth subseries, Notes, is comprised mostly of unorganized jottings.

SERIES 5: WRITINGS OF OTHERS

The WRITINGS OF OTHERS series, arranged alphabetically by author, contains mostly written materials that did not accompany correspondence. Hence, this series is fairly small and includes such disparate materials as computer research, clippings from journals and newspapers by or about people who interested Mac Low, and pieces with political themes. There are also a few poetry manuscripts from other poets.

SERIES 6: INTERVIEWS

This small series contains seven interviews in which Mac Low was the subject or a participant, in forums ranging from radio to symposia to literary journals. In a few cases, Mac Low was actively involved in editing the interview for publication. The interviews are a particularly good source of biographical information, especially regarding influences and transitions in Mac Low's work.

SERIES 7: CONFERENCES, FESTIVALS AND RESIDENCIES

This series documents Mac Low's extensive work-related travel beginning in the late 1970s and extending through the early 1990s. The folders are arranged alphabetically by event title. Many contain materials relating to poetry, art and performance festivals in Europe where Mac Low read and performed with his wife Anne Tardos. Several entries offer a rich overview of Mac Low's professional appearances, including correspondence before and after the event, writing materials, drafts, travel arrangements and various paper memorabilia from the trip. Other folders document Mac Low's university visits, during which he often taught workshops on his compositional and performance methods. Also included in most folders are reviews and press releases from local print media that covered these events.

SERIES 8: PROGRAMS AND POSTERS

The PROGRAMS AND POSTERS series is arranged in two subseries: A) Jackson Mac Low and B) Others. The folders are arranged chronologically by year beginning with the late 1950s and extending to 1995, and chronologically by date within each folder. Wherever apparent, any poster or program in which Mac Low is listed as a performer or contributor is aggregated in the first subseries. The Others subseries, however, is nearly as large, suggesting that Mac Low was very much invested in the work and performances of his friends and peers.

SERIES 9: SUBJECT FILES

The SUBJECT FILES series is arranged in two subseries: A) General Subjects and B) Political Subjects.

A) General Subjects is mostly comprised of miscellaneous items and includes everything from grocery lists to book orders.

B) Political Subjects consists largely of newspaper and magazine clippings, brochures and flyers. Many of these materials date to the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, with an emphasis on anarchist movements of the period.

SERIES 10: ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

The ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES series contains the originals of brittle or high acid content documents that have been photocopied.

NOTEBOOKS

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1 1 Notebook, 1948.
1 2 Notebook, 1949 - 1954.
1 3 Notebook, 1949 - 1966.
1 4 Notebook, 1954.
1 5 Notebook, 1957.
1 6 Notebook, 1958.
1 7 Notebook, 1959.
1 8 Notebook, 1959.
1 9 Notebook, 1960.
1 10 Notebook, 1960.
1 11 Notebook, 1960.
2 1 Notebook, 1960 - 1963.
2 2 Notebook, 1960.
2 3 Notebook, 1960.
2 4 Notebook, 1961 - 1964.
2 5 Notebook, 1961.
2 6 Notebook, 1962.
2 7 Notebook, 1962.
2 8 Notebook, 1962 - 1963.
2 9 Notebook, 1963.
3 1 Notebook, 1963 - 1964.
3 2 Notebook, 1964.
3 3 Notebook, 1964.
3 4 Notebook, 1964.
3 5 Notebook, 1964.
3 6 Notebook, 1964.
3 7 Notebook, 1964 - 1968.
3 8 Notebook, 1965 - 1966.
3 9 Notebook, 1966 - 1967.
3 10 Notebook, 1967.
4 1 Notebook, 1967 - 1968.
4 2 Notebook, 1967 - 1978.
4 3 Notebook, 1968 - 1969.
4 4 Notebook, 1968 - 1974.
4 5 Notebook, 1969 - 1975.
4 6 Notebook, 1969.
4 7 Notebook, 1970.
4 8 Notebook, 1970.
5 1 Notebook, 1970 - 1972.
5 2 Notebook, 1970 - 1973.
5 3 Notebook, 1971 - 1974.
5 4 Notebook, 1972 - 1974.
5 5 Notebook, 1974.
5 6 Notebook, 1974.
5 7 Notebook, 1974 - 1975.
5 8 Notebook, 1974 - 1975.
5 9 Notebook, 1974 - 1978.
5 10 Notebook, 1975.
5 11 Notebook, 1975 - 1977.
6 1 Notebook, 1974 - 1979.
6 2 Notebook, 1975 - 1982.
6 3 Notebook, 1980 - 1981.
6 4 Notebook, 1981 - 1983.
6 5 Notebook, 1984.
6 6 Notebook, 1984 - 1986.
6 7 Notebook, 1986 - 1990.
6 8 Notebook, 1986 - 1991.
6 9 Notebook, 1988.
6 10 Notebook, 1989.
6 11 Notebook, 1989 - 1990.

BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL

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7 1 Biography entries in publications.
Correspondence and forms.
7 2 Biographies.
Long versions.
7 3 Biographies.
Short and contributor's versions.
7 4 Calendars, 1972 and 1975.
7 5 Calendars, 1987 - 1988.
7 6 Curriculum vitae and resumes, 1950 - 1990.
7 7 Ephemera and memorabilia.
7 8 Hair.
Three bundles of Mac Low's head hair. One bundle was cut by Mac Low (grown since the "Siege of the Pentagon"), the second was cut by Anne Tardos and the third is unidentified.
7 9 Henry P. Williams Poetry Prize, 1938.
Certificate.
7 10 Mac Low, Jackson Sr. and Fannie Baskin Mac Low, 1923 - 1941.
Certificates of birth, death and naturalization.
7 11 Mac Low, Jackson and Iris Lezak, 1978.
Notes & correspondence with attorneys regarding Mac Low's divorce.
7 12 Mac Low, Mordecai and Clarinda, 1970 - 1972.
Lorillard School - writings, school memos, etc.
7 13 New Trier Township High School, 1935 - 1936.
Student handbook.
7 14 Paris, Matthew. "A Celebration of Jackson Mac Low: Poet Extraordinaire", 1983.
BCAA BULLETIN (Brooklyn College Alumni Association), Winter 1982/1983.
7 15 Photograph - Jackson Mac Low with parents.
7 16 Photographs - Jackson Mac Low, 1964 - 1965.
7 17 Photographs - Jackson Mac Low, 1970s.
7 18 Photographs - Mac Low and Anne Tardos and performance images.
7 19 Press Releases - Jackson Mac Low.
7 20 Tax preparation, 1972.
7 21 Tax preparation, 1973.
7 22 Tax preparation, 1974.
7 23 Tax preparation, 1975.
7 24 Tax preparation, 1976.
7 25 Tax preparation, 1977.
7 26 Tax preparation, 1978.
7 27 Tax preparation, 1979.
7 28 Tax preparation, 1980.
7 29 Tax preparation, 1981.
7 30 Tax preparation, 1982.
7 31 Tax preparation, 1983.
7 32 Tax preparation, 1984.
7 33 Tax preparation, 1985.
7 34 Tax preparation, 1986.
7 35 Tax preparation, 1987.
7 36 Tax preparation, 1988.
7 37 Tax preparation, 1989.
8 1 University of Chicago - Course plan for Jackson Mac Low, 1935 - 1938.

CORRESPONDENCE

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8 2 A - Miscellaneous.
8 3 A.J. Muste Memorial Institute, 1994.
8 4 Abel, David, 1984 - 1991.
8 5 Abrams, Sam, 1969 - 1993.
8 6 Acconci, Vito, 1968 - 1990.
8 7 Acker, Kathy, 1972 - 1974.
8 8 Acker, Kathy, 1973.
Includes manuscript of RIPOFF RED: GIRL DETECTIVE.
8 9 Adair, Gilbert, 1990.
8 10 Adank, Thomas, 1993.
8 11 Addis, Steve, 1989 - 1990.
8 12 Alfred Van Der Marck Editions, 1983.
Invoices and notes from index project.
8 13 Allen, Don, 1964 - 1979.
8 14 Alpert, Barry, 1971 - 1975.
8 15 Altshuler, Bruce J., 1991.
8 16 AMERICAN BOOK REVIEW (Donald Laing, managing editor), 1988 - 1989.
8 17 American Express, 1988.
8 18 Anderson, Arnold, 1962 - 1963.
Correspondence and Mac Low drafts regarding "Synonymies" job.
8 19 Anderson, Beth, 1980.
8 20 Andre, Michael, 1992.
Note regarding "Starting an Introduction to John Cage."
8 21 Andrews, Bruce, 1973 - 1992.
See also SERIES 3: L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E.
8 22 Annual Avant Garde Festival of New York (Charlotte Moorman), 1964 - 1991.
9 1 Antin, David, 1969 - 1983.
9 2 Antin, Eleanor, 1968 - 1995.
9 3 Artist Certification Appeals Board, 1989 - 1991.
9 4 Artist Certification Committee, 1985 - 1986.
Correspondence and draft of statement.
9 5 Artistic Greetings, 1992.
9 6 Artpool (Galantai Gyogy and Klaniczay Julia), 1991.
9 7 Arts Club of Chicago (Robbin Lockett, executive director), 1993.
9 8 AT and T Management Report, 1982 - 1983.
Invoices and paystubs for proofreading.
9 9 B - Miscellaneous.
9 10 Ballerini, Luigi, 1983 - 1991.
9 11 Bard College Centre, 1992 - 1993.
9 12 Barone, Dennis, 1982 - 1985.
9 13 Barras, Vincent, 1991 - 1993.
9 14 Bartlett, Lee, 1988.
9 15 Basara, Robert, 1963.
9 16 Basinski, Michael, 1990 - 1992.
9 17 Baskin, Helene (Mrs. Max Goalwin), 1949 - 1964.
Correspondence and photos.
9 18 Batsford Ltd., 1988.
See also Dean, Roger and Hazel Smith.
9 19 Beck, Julian, 1961 - 1986.
9 20 Beckett, Tom, 1981 - 1985.
9 21 Behn, Robin and Chase Twitchell, 1990 - 1992.
9 22 Behrendsen, Peter, 1985 - 1989.
9 23 Behrman, David, 1994.
9 24 Bell, Aaron, 1977 - 1978.
Correspondence and sonnets.
9 25 Bellen, Martine, 1991 - 1992.
9 26 Bennett, Carolyn, 1987.
10 1 Berge, Carol, 1961 - 1988.
10 2 Berge, Carol.
10 3 Berge, Carol - Story "In Motion".
10 4 Berger, Art, 1984 - 1985.
10 5 Berger, Gretchen, 1975 - 1982.
10 6 Bernstein, Charles, 1977 - 1992.
See also SERIES 3: L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E.
10 7 Berssenbrugge, Mei-Mei, 1983 - 1993.
10 8 Bezner, Kevin, 1990.
10 9 Black Mesa Press (Charles Alexander), 1982 - 1988.
10 10 Black Sparrow Press (John Martin), 1969 - 1973.
10 11 Blackburn, Paul, 1963 - 1971.
10 12 Blechman, Max, 1992 - 1993.
10 13 Blistene, Bernard, 1992 - 1993.
10 14 Blitz, Michael, 1985 - 1987.
10 15 Block, Rene, 1982 - 1983.
10 16 Block, Ursula, 1982.
10 17 Bloedow, Jerry, 1963.
10 18 Boggs, Grace Lee, 1989 - 1990.
11 1 Bowen, Zack, 1974.
11 2 Bowling Green State University (Kent Johnson and Craig Paulenich), 1988 - 1992.
11 3 Brandi, John, 1983.
11 4 Braun, Henry, 1980.
11 5 Brecht, George, 1962 - 1965.
11 6 Bright, Susan, 1977.
11 7 Bronzell, Sean, 1991 - 1993.
11 8 Brooklyn College (Ella Friedman Weiss, executive director), 1988 - 1989.
11 9 Brown, Arthur, 1947.
11 10 Brown, Jean, 1979 - 1982.
11 11 Brown, Lee Ann, 1989 - 1992.
11 12 Brown, Rebecca, 1975 - 1986.
Correspondence and poetry/fiction "The Bicycle Trip and Poems."
11 13 Brown, Trisha, 1967.
11 14 Burt, Warren, 1983 - 1995.
11 15 Bynum, Thomas, 1993.
11 16 Byrd, Bobby, 1982 - 1983.
11 17 Byrd, Don, 1984 - 1985.
11 18 Byrd, Joseph, 1961 - 1963.
11 19 C - Miscellaneous.
11 20 C., Richard, 1969 - 1972.
11 21 Cage, John, 1958 - 1992.
12 1 Cage, John.
Mac Low's letters to John Cage xeroxed for Frans Van Rossum.
12 2 Cage, John - "Music and Particularly Silence in the Work of Jackson Mac Low".
12 3 Cage, John - "James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie: Ein Alphabet".
Play copy for NYC Whitney Museum at Equitable Bldg Performance, 1990 (Mac Low performed).
12 4 Cage, John - Class, 1992.
Press release from S.E.M. Ensemble.
12 5 Cameron, David, 1989 - 1993.
12 6 Campbell, Bruce, 1987 - 1989.
12 7 CAPS, 1974 - 1975.
Correspondence including poetry finalist lists and application materials.
12 8 CAPS, 1976 - 1978.
Correspondence and poetry manuscripts.
12 9 CAPS, 1982.
Correspondence and follow up report.
12 10 Castlebury, John, 1992.
12 11 Cepollaro, Biagio, 1991.
12 12 Chadwick, Cydney, 1989 - 1991.
12 13 Chax Press (Charles Alexander), 1984 - 1988.
See also Black Mesa Press.
12 14 CHELSEA (Sonia Raiziss), 1986.
12 15 Chernen, Heather, 1984.
12 16 CHICAGO REVIEW (Cheryl Glickfield, editor), 1947 - 1988.
12 17 Chiessi, Rosanna, 1977 - 1991.
12 18 Child, Abigail, 1988.
12 19 Childs, Barney and Genesis West, 1963 - 1967.
12 20 Clitheroe, Fred, 1968 - 1969.
12 21 Coffey, Michael, 1984 - 1993.
12 22 Collins, Don, 1974.
12 23 Collom, Jack, 1975 - 1977.
12 24 Consolidated Edison Company of New York, 1973 - 1987.
12 25 CONTEMPORARY AUTHORS (Ann Evory, editor), 1978 - 1993.
12 26 Conz, Francesco, 1978 - 1991.
13 1 Cooper, Michael, 1971 - 1988.
13 2 Corman, Cid, 1980.
13 3 Corner, Philip, 1985.
13 4 Corr, Michael, 1970 - 1977.
13 5 Cox, Anthony, 1962.
13 6 Creeley, Robert, 1978 - 1979.
13 7 Cunningham Dance Foundation, Inc., 1974 - 1985.
13 8 Curnow, Wystan, 1986.
13 9 CUTBANK (Karin Schalm, editor), 1993 - 1994.
13 10 D - Miscellaneous, 1970 - 1992.
13 11 D'Ambrosio, Matteo, 1979.
Correspondence and essay: "The Iconic Aspect of Concrete Poetry."
13 12 Davies, Alan, 1982 - 1992.
13 13 Davis, Gray, 1992 - 1993.
13 14 Davis, Tim, 1988.
13 15 Dean, Roger and Hazel Smith, 1986 - 1992.
13 16 Deely, Gwen, 1993.
13 17 Dejasu, Lee, 1978 - 1981.
13 18 Deutsch - Amerikanisches Institut, 1989.
14 1 Devoe, Shadur and Krupp, 1974 - 1978.
Attorneys and counselors.
14 2 Di Maggio, Gino, 1990.
14 3 DiPalma, Ray, 1987 - 1991.
14 4 Dienes, Sari, 1986 - 1992.
14 5 Dillon, Richard, 1984 - 1988.
14 6 Doris, David T., 1992.
14 7 Doubleday, 1976 - 1978.
14 8 DRUNKEN BOAT, 1992 - 1993.
14 9 Duncan, Robert, 1980.
Correspondence regarding National Poetry Award and program.
14 10 Dunn, David (International Synergy), 1986.
14 11 Dunn, Robert Ellis, 1989.
14 12 DuPlessis, Rachel Blau, 1989 - 1991.
14 13 Dydo, Ulla E., 1991 - 1992.
14 14 E - Miscellaneous.
14 15 Edwards, Ken, 1986.
14 16 Eigner, Larry, 1962 - 1982.
14 17 Einzig, Barbara, 1981.
14 18 Embry, Norris.
1944, 1960-1980.
14 19 Erian, Alicia, 1989 - 1993.
14 20 Erikson, Buzz (Ross-Erickson Publishers, Inc.), 1979 - 1985.
15 1 Erker-Sonnabend, Ulrich, 1979.
15 2 Erlhoff, Michael, 1987 - 1992.
15 3 Eshleman, Clayton, 1970 - 1993.
15 4 Essential Music (John Kennedy and Charles Wood, artistic directors), 1989 - 1990.
15 5 Estrin, Jerry, 1984 - 1991.
15 6 Everson Museum of Art (Barbara Beckos, associate curator of education), 1973 - 1974.
15 7 F - Miscellaneous.
15 8 Fader, Larry, 1976.
15 9 Fawcett, Ellen, 1978 - 1980.
15 10 Fear, Clay, 1974.
15 11 Feldman, Morton, 1963.
15 12 Ferneyhough, Brian, 1990 - 1991.
15 13 Fetterman, Bill, 1987 - 1990.
15 14 Figures (Geoffrey Young, publisher), 1983.
15 15 Fillis, Marilyn, 1956 - 1980.
15 16 Finlay, Alec, 1990 - 1992.
15 17 Fischer, Norman, 1985 - 1989.
15 18 Fish, Cheryl (POETRY NEW YORK), 1991 - 1992.
15 19 Fisher, Tom, 1983 - 1984.
15 20 Fitterman, Rob, 1988 - 1992.
15 21 Fleiss, Marcel, 1988 - 1990.
15 22 Fluxus.
1965, 1980-1990.
15 23 Flynt, Henry, 1962 - 1994.
16 1 Forbes, Bici, 1972 - 1993.
16 2 Forti, Simone, 1974 - 1991.
16 3 Foss, Phillip, 1985 - 1989.
16 4 Franks, David.
16 5 Freifeld, Larry, 1969 - 1978.
16 6 Freilicher, Melvyn, 1974 - 1978.
16 7 Friedman, Ken, 1983 - 1992.
16 8 Friedman, Liz, 1989 - 1990.
16 9 Frumkin, Gene, 1987 - 1990.
16 10 Fund for Poetry (Debra Holian), 1989 - 1992.
16 11 G - Miscellaneous.
16 12 Ganick, Peter, 1984 - 1993.
16 13 Ganick, Peter.
Includes "Remove a Concept" (Parts 1, 2, 7, 19).
16 14 Ganick, Peter.
Includes "Remove a Concept" (Parts 41, 48, 49, 58, 63).
17 1 Ganick, Peter.
Poetry manuscripts.
17 2 Garcelon Stamp Company, 1973.
17 3 Gaudynski, Thomas, 1978.
17 4 Gavronsky, Serge, 1985.
17 5 Gegenschein Vaudeville Placenter (Phil Smith), 1978 - 1979.
17 6 Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities (Nancy Perloff, collection development specialist), 1993.
17 7 Gibbs, Michael, 1978 - 1980.
17 8 Ginsberg, Allen.
1960, 1983-1993.
17 9 Gitin, David, 1973 - 1974.
17 10 Gizzi, Peter and Connell McGrath, 1987 - 1990.
17 11 Glass, Jesse, 1992 - 1993.
17 12 Goldstein, Malcolm, 1977 - 1992.
17 13 Goode, Daniel, 1987 - 1988.
17 14 Goodman, Paul.
Programs and writings.
17 15 Goodman, Paul and Sally, 1943 - 1969.
17 16 Grad, Wendy, 1980.
17 17 Grazide, Richard, 1990.
17 18 Greenberg, Ellen, 1977.
17 19 GRIST On-Line (John Fowler, editor and publisher), 1993.
17 20 Griswold, Linda Lee, 1980.
17 21 Gronemeyer, Gisela and Reinhard Oehlschlagel, 1990 - 1993.
MusikTexte.
17 22 Gruntz, George, 1972 - 1975.
17 23 H - Miscellaneous.
17 24 Hale, Terrel, 1989 - 1990.
17 25 Hall, Donald, 1968 - 1982.
18 1 Hamilton, Alfred Starr, 1975.
18 2 Hanna, Charles S., 1962 - 1974.
18 3 Hansel, Stanislaw, 1985.
18 4 Harbourfront (Greg Gatenby, reading series coordinator), 1984.
18 5 Harris, Marguerite, 1970 - 1978.
18 6 Harrison, Bob, 1992 - 1994.
18 7 Harrison, Jeanne (NEXT EXIT, editor), 1980.
18 8 Hartley, George, 1988.
18 9 Hartman, Charles O., 1989 - 1993.
18 10 Hartz, Jim, 1974 - 1990.
18 11 Harvestworks, Inc., 1986.
Application and correspondence for Artist in Residency Program.
18 12 Harvey, Emily, 1987 - 1989.
18 13 Heidsieck, Bernard, 1978 - 1986.
18 14 Hejinian, Lyn, 1983 - 1986.
18 15 Heller, Michael, 1988 - 1993.
18 16 Hellermann, William (Composers' Forum), 1976 - 1985.
18 17 Hendricks, Geoffrey, 1971 - 1993.
18 18 Henricks, Jon, 1976 - 1978.
18 19 Herbst, Steirischer, 1989.
18 20 Hershberger, Ruth, 1958 - 1961.
18 21 Hickman, Leland, 1986 - 1990.
19 1 Higgins, Dick (Part 1), 1960 - 1984.
19 2 Higgins, Dick (Part 2), 1985 - 1992.
19 3 Higgins, Dick (Part 3).
19 4 Higgins, Dick (Part 4).
19 5 Higgins, Dick (Part 5).
20 1 Higgins, Dick (Part 6).
Assorted fiction, poetry and drama.
20 2 Higgins, Dick (Part 7).
Miscellaneous.
20 3 Higgins, Dick, 1984.
Correspondence and copy of LA COMEDIE DE PROVERBES.
20 4 Holst, Spencer, 1979 - 1995.
20 5 Holzaepfel, John, 1988.
20 6 Hontchar, Alexandra, 1958 - 1960.
20 7 Hoover, Paul, 1993.
20 8 Hornick, Lita, 1976.
Correspondence regarding MOMA reading.
20 9 Hsieh, Tehching, 1981 - 1982.
20 10 I - Miscellaneous.
20 11 Ichiyanagi, Toshi, 1960.
Performance instructions (originals).
20 12 Iimura, Taka, 1979.
20 13 Institute for Art and Urban Resources (Ron Lynch, program director), 1982 - 1983.
20 14 Institute for Arts in Education, 1986.
Capital Region Center - Correspondence and contract regarding CRC's Poetry-as-Performance Workshop.
20 15 Institute of Modern Art, Australia (Sandra Ray, director), 1990.
20 16 Iowa Theatre Lab (Gillian Richards, administrative director), 1980.
20 17 J - Miscellaneous.
20 18 Janney, Christopher, 1982 - 1984.
20 19 Jennings, Terry, 1976.
Includes photographs.
20 20 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1979 - 1993.
20 21 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1982 - 1990.
Letters of recommendation of others.
21 1 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation (Part 1), 1969 - 1971.
Mac Low's applications, prospectus and biographical materials.
21 2 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation (Part 2), 1969 - 1971.
Mac Low's applications, prospectus, and biographical materials.
21 3 Johnson, Ray, 1961 - 1988.
21 4 Johnson, Tom, 1983.
21 5 Joris, Pierre.
1974, 1991.
21 6 K - Miscellaneous.
21 7 Kahn, Doug, 1988.
21 8 Kamin, Franz, 1976 - 1993.
21 9 Kaplan, Edward, 1983.
21 10 Kaplan, Tobey, 1982 - 1986.
Poems.
21 11 Kasemets, Udo, 1979 - 1985.
21 12 Katz, Steve, 1976 - 1977.
21 13 Kearns, Ann, 1984.
21 14 Kelly, Robert, 1961 - 1989.
21 15 Kelly, Robert, 1988.
Includes THE FLOWERS OF UNCEASING COINCIDENCE.
21 16 Kelter, Jolie.
22 1 Kessler, Milton, 1987 - 1992.
22 2 Kew Management, 1986 - 1987.
22 3 King, Kenneth, 1973 - 1986.
22 4 Kitchen (Rhys Chatham, music director), 1970 - 1980.
Correspondence, holograph notes and biographical materials.
22 5 Klenbort, Charlotte, 1992.
22 6 Knowles, Alison, 1976 - 1992.
22 7 Kohler, Michael, 1974.
22 8 Kostelanetz, Richard, 1970 - 1994.
22 9 Kotik, Peter and S.E.M. Ensemble, 1978 - 1989.
22 10 Kuhn, Laura D., 1989 - 1991.
22 11 Kush, 1977.
22 12 L - Miscellaneous.
22 13 La Barbara, Joan, 1979.
22 14 Labelle-Rojoux, Arnaud, 1990.
22 15 Labor Action for Peace (Frances Witlin, secretary), 1960.
Correspondence, notes, newsletters, and brochures.
22 16 Lachmann, Vera, 1975 - 1983.
Correspondence, poems and play.
22 17 Lachmann, Vera, 1968 - 1972.
Manuscripts "Gedichte 1968-1972" and "Four Catawba Poems."
22 18 L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E (Bruce Andrews and Charles Bernstein), 1977 - 1979.
23 1 Lasky, Jay, 1973 - 1974.
Includes legal documents.
23 2 Lau, Carolyn, 1987.
23 3 Lauterbach, Ann, 1992.
23 4 Lawrence, J, 1984.
23 5 Leach, Mary Jane, 1993.
Open Secrets, XI-CD.
23 6 Lebentritt, Julia (REAL ART WAYS SPACE).
23 7 Lee, Jonathan Scott, 1986 - 1993.
23 8 Lenk, Timm, 1991 - 1992.
23 9 Levertov, Denise, 1964 - 1970.
23 10 Levi Strauss, David, 1987 - 1988.
23 11 Levy, Andrew, 1991 - 1993.
23 12 Lezak, Celia, 1970.
23 13 Lezak, Iris, 1955 - 1959.
Correspondence, notes (including Lezak's parents) and photographs.
23 14 Lezak, Iris, 1960 - 1975.
23 15 Lezak, Iris.
Undated.
24 1 Lezak, Iris.
Miscellaneous.
24 2 Lezak, Iris, 1975.
Art works.
24 3 Lezak, Sidney, 1978.
24 4 LIBERATION, 1961.
24 5 Linick, Anthony, 1961 - 1964.
Correspondence regarding NOMAD magazine.
24 6 Lisker, Roy, 1981.
Correspondence regarding NEW UNIVERSE WEEKLY.
24 7 Logos Duo, 1982 - 1984.
24 8 LOTTA POETICA (Sarenco), 1983 - 1985.
24 9 Lowy, Stephan, 1989 - 1992.
24 10 Lust, Herbert, 1987 - 1993.
24 11 M - Miscellaneous.
24 12 Maciunas, George, 1960 - 1970.
24 13 Mac Low, Jackson Sr. and Fannie Baskin Mac Low, 1955 - 1965.
25 1 Mac Low, Mordecai-Mark and Clarinda Mac Low, 1975 - 1993.
25 2 Major, Clarence, 1989 - 1990.
25 3 Malanga, Gerard, 1975.
Includes photograph contact sheets of portraits of Mac Low.
25 4 Malina, Judith, 1960.
Includes translation of PLATONIC LOVE.
25 5 Malina, Judith, 1986 - 1992.
25 6 Mallander, Jan, 1968.
25 7 Margueritte, 1992.
25 8 Martin, Stephen-Paul, 1987 - 1988.
25 9 Mattlin, Sharon (Part 1), 1972 - 1980.
26 1 Mattlin, Sharon (Part 2), 1972 - 1980.
26 2 Mattlin, Sharon, 1970 - 1974.
Poems, including manuscript "Looking For My Lost ID."
26 3 Mattlin, Sharon.
"Questionaire" (Mac Low's response).
26 4 Maxfield, Richard, 1962.
Correspondence, programs and invitation.
26 5 Mayer, Bernadette, 1976 - 1993.
26 6 Mayor, David, 1978.
26 7 McCaffery, Steve, 1978 - 1986.
26 8 McCaffery, Steve and George Hartley, 1992.
26 9 McGann, Jerome J., 1988 - 1989.
26 10 McIntosh, Sandy, 1992.
26 11 McQuade, Molly, 1992.
26 12 McReynolds, David, 1987 - 1993.
26 13 Meet the Composer, Inc. (John Duffy, director), 1976 - 1989.
26 14 Mercatorfonds (Dirk Van de Meulebroecke), 1986 - 1987.
Correspondence related to Mac Low's editing of the translation of Christian Tumpel's REMBRANT: MYTHOS AND METHODE.
27 1 Messerli, Douglas (Sun & Moon Press), 1978 - 1993.
27 2 Meyer, Tom, 1989.
27 3 MILANOPOESIA (Gianni Sassi, curator), 1989 - 1990.
27 4 Miller, Chuck, 1973 - 1992.
27 5 Monach, Greta, 1979 - 1981.
27 6 Monk, Meredith, 1971 - 1993.
27 7 Montano, Linda, 1983.
27 8 Moore, Barbara and Peter, 1978 - 1991.
27 9 Morgan, Robert, 1982 - 1984.
27 10 Moriarty, Laura, 1988.
27 11 Morra, Giuseppe, 1980 - 1982.
27 12 Morrow, Bradford, 1982 - 1993.
27 13 Morrow, Charles, 1983 - 1988.
27 14 Museum of Contemporary Art (Julie Lazor, curator), 1992 - 1993.
27 15 N - Miscellaneous.
27 16 Nannucci, Maurizio, 1978 - 1980.
28 1 Naropa Institute, 1991 - 1993.
28 2 Nasdor, Marc, 1987 - 1988.
28 3 National Endowment for the Arts, 1976 - 1979.
Application materials.
28 4 National Endowment for the Arts, 1985 - 1988.
Correspondence and application materials.
28 5 Natural Science Book Club, 1969 - 1972.
28 6 Neilson, Melanie, 1991 - 1993.
28 7 Nelson-Raney, Steve, 1989.
28 8 Neufeld, Leonard, 1991.
28 9 NEW AMERICAN WRITING (Paul Hoover), 1990.
28 10 NEW DIRECTIONS (Barbara Epler), 1947, 1991-1992.
28 11 New Grove Dictionary of Music in the United States, 1984.
28 12 New Jersey State Museum (Zoltan Buki, curator), 1977.
28 13 New Langton Arts, 1983 - 1992.
28 14 New York Foundation for the Arts (Theodore Berger, executive director), 1988 - 1989.
29 1 New York Foundation for the Arts (Mark Bradford, program associate), 1990 - 1991.
29 2 NEW YORK QUARTERLY (William Packard, editor), 1973 - 1980.
29 3 New York Telephone Company, 1967 - 1974.
29 4 New York University, 1967 - 1972.
29 5 New York University, 1973.
29 6 Newberry, Sam, 1964.
Correspondence and materials regarding Ezra Pound.
29 7 Newman, Robert, 1977.
Includes performance descriptions and "Mirror" book.
29 8 NEXUS (Anne Stengel Raman, coordinator), 1985.
29 9 Niblock, Phill, 1992.
29 10 Nieminen, Risto, 1993.
29 11 Nonsequitur Foundation (Steve Peters, managing editor), 1989 - 1992.
29 12 NORTH DAKOTA QUARTERLY (Robert W. Lewis, editor), 1988 - 1989.
29 13 NOTUS (David Gansz, contributing editor), 1987 - 1988.
29 14 Nuova Intrapresa (Barbara Minghetti, executive secretary), 1989.
29 15 O - Miscellaneous.
29 16 O.ARS (Don Wellman, editor), 1983 - 1984.
29 17 O'Hara, Morgan, 1984 - 1985.
29 18 Oliveros, Pauline, 1978 - 1986.
29 19 Olson, Toby, 1966 - 1993.
29 20 Ostertag, Pan, 1990.
29 21 Ott, Gil, 1978 - 1991.
30 1 P - Miscellaneous.
30 2 Paik, Nam June, 1964 - 1993.
30 3 Palestine, Charlemagne, 1977.
30 4 Paris, Matthew, 1981 - 1993.
30 5 PARTISAN REVIEW, 1947, 1972, 1976.
30 6 PEN American Center (Christine Friedlander, program coordinator), 1974 - 1990.
See also Bartlett, Lee.
30 7 Peters Edition Limited, London (Hilary Edwards, copyright manager), 1990.
30 8 Piombino, Nick, 1992 - 1993.
30 9 Plug In Gallery, 1992.
30 10 Poetry Center, San Francisco State University, 1981 - 1990.
30 11 Poetry Project, 1978 - 1993.
30 12 Poetry Society of America (Judith Baumel, director), 1984 - 1988.
30 13 POETS AND WRITERS, 1972 - 1982.
Directory of American Poets
30 14 Poets House (Lee Briccetti, executive director), 1988 - 1993.
30 15 Polish Fluxus (Eulalia Domanowska-Szeremeta, curator), 1992.
30 16 FB18902 Pound, Ezra, 1950 - 1951.
Newspapers forwarded to Mac Low.
30 17 Pound, Omar, 1947.
30 18 Pratt, Lauren, 1989.
30 19 Printed Editions Catalog, 1975.
31 1 Printed Editions Catalog, 1977 - 1983.
31 2 Pyros, John, 1966 - 1974.
31 3 Q - Miscellaneous.
31 4 Quartermain, Peter, 1993.
31 5 Quasha, George (Station Hill Press), 1969 - 1985.
31 6 R - Miscellaneous.
31 7 R.R. Bowker Company, 1978.
Galley proofreading job - Correspondence and holograph notes.
31 8 Rasula, Jed, 1983 - 1986.
31 9 Ratcliffe, Stephen, 1984 - 1993.
31 10 Ratner, Rochelle, 1963 - 1982.
31 11 Regan, Matthias.
31 12 Retallack, Joan, 1989 - 1993.
31 13 Reunion des Musees Nationaux (Sylvie Messinger, editeur), 1992 - 1993.
31 14 Rhode Island State Council on the Humanities (Robin Berry, executive director), 1978 - 1979.
Mac Low judge and Lee Dejasu winner.
31 15 Richards, Mary Caroline, 1950 - 1962.
Poems.
31 16 Richardson, Carolyn, 1955.
31 17 Robboy, Ron, 1979 - 1981.
31 18 Robinson, Elizabeth, 1983.
31 19 Robinson, Nick, 1985.
31 20 Roman, Russell Newton.
Cards and newsletter.
31 21 Roof Books/Segue Foundation (James Sherry), 1984 - 1992.
31 22 Rosenberg, Jim, 1972 - 1989.
31 23 Rosenfield, Kim, 1991 - 1992.
32 1 Rothenberg, Jerome, 1962 - 1993.
32 2 Rubinstein, Carol, 1970 - 1983.
32 3 Ruhe, Harry, 1981.
Note, invoice and biography regarding "Gallery 'A'," Amsterdam.
32 4 Rustin, Bayard, 1955.
Air raid drill demonstration.
32 5 S - Miscellaneous.
32 6 S.E.M. Ensemble (Peter kotik, director), 1990 - 1992.
32 7 S Press Edition (Michael Kohler), 1974 - 1976.
Correspondence and brochures.
32 8 Sackner, Marvin and Ruth, 1984 - 1987.
32 9 Salzman, Eric, 1987.
32 10 Samaya Foundation, 1983 - 1985.
32 11 Sanders, Ed, 1962 - 1964.
32 12 Savage, Tom, 1984 - 1988.
32 13 Schneemann, Carolee, 1977.
32 14 Schule Fur Dichtung in Wien (Part 1), 1991 - 1993.
32 15 Schule Fur Dichtung in Wien (Part 2).
32 16 Schwarz, Dieter, 1985 - 1991.
32 17 Schwartz, Leonard, 1991 - 1992.
32 18 Schwerner, Armand (Part 1), 1969 - 1993.
33 1 Schwerner, Armand (Part 2).
33 2 Shambhala Publications, Inc. (Peter Turner, associate editor), 1991.
33 3 Shapiro, David, 1993.
33 4 Shaw, Sally, 1988 - 1989.
33 5 Silliman, Ron, 1974 - 1991.
33 6 Silverstein, Charles, 1978.
33 7 Smith, Gerard M., 1988 - 1993.
33 8 Smith, Rod, 1989 - 1992.
33 9 Snyder, Ellsworth, 1991.
33 10 Solt, Mary Ellen, 1968 - 1973.
33 11 Something Else Press, 1973 - 1974.
Invoices and catalog.
33 12 SONORA REVIEW (Bill Marsh, editor), 1988.
33 13 Sound and Syntax International Poetry Festival (Tom Leonard and Joan Hughson), 1976 - 1984.
33 14 Sousa, Jean, 1980.
33 15 St. James Press Ltd., 1973 - 1990.
33 16 State of New York. Department of Labor, 1946 - 1947.
Correspondence regarding hearings.
33 17 State University College, New York (Robert Ariosto, director of college activities), 1975 - 1976.
33 18 State University of New York, Albany, 1984.
34 1 State University of New York, Binghampton, 1986 - 1988.
34 2 State University of New York, Binghampton (Part 1) (Robert Mooney, administrator for Creative Writing), 1988 - 1991.
34 3 State University of New York, Binghampton (Part 2), 1988 - 1991.
34 4 State University of New York, Binghampton, 1989.
34 5 State University of New York, Buffalo (Michael Basinski), 1990 - 1991.
34 6 Station Hill Press (George Quasha), 1980 - 1993.
34 7 Stern, Gerd, 1963 - 1993.
34 8 Stoehr, Taylor, 1978 - 1985.
34 9 Strang, Catriona, 1991 - 1992.
34 10 Sublette, Ned, 1977.
34 11 Sullivan, Mary, 1988 - 1989.
34 12 Sultan, Grete, 1976 - 1991.
34 13 Swossil, Gabriel, 1992 - 1993.
34 14 Sze, Arthur, 1982 - 1988.
35 1 T - Miscellaneous.
35 2 Taggart, John, 1969 - 1993.
35 3 TALISMAN (Ed Foster, editor), 1990 - 1993.
35 4 Tambellini, Elsa, 1963.
35 5 Tardos, Anne, 1972 - 1991.
Correspondence, programs, biography, and holograph notes.
35 6 Tardos, Anne.
Writings and images.
35 7 Tardos, Anne.
Biography and poems.
35 8 Tarn, Nathaniel, 1982.
35 9 Taylor, Henry, 1986 - 1993.
35 10 Taylor, Henry.
Poetry and essays about Mac Low.
35 11 Tejada, Robert, 1985.
35 12 Temple University, 1980 - 1989.
35 13 Tibet Fund, 1989.
35 14 TRANSFER (Gary Lenhart, editor), 1987 - 1989.
35 15 TRIQUARTERLY (Jonathan Brent, editor), 1981.
Correspondence regarding John Cage essay.
35 16 Tucker, Tui St. George, 1954 - 1990.
36 1 Tulku, Tarthang, 1975.
Regarding Tibetan Meditation Center - Letter and brochures.
36 2 Tysh, George, 1984 - 1985.
36 3 Tyson, Ian, 1969 - 1973.
36 4 Tytell, John, 1988 - 1991.
36 5 U - Miscellaneous.
36 6 University of California, San Diego, 1980 - 1990.
36 7 University of California, San Diego. Center for Music Experiment, 1980 - 1981.
36 7 University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee (Michel Benamou, director), 1976 - 1978.
36 8 V - Miscellaneous.
36 9 Valhalla, Elspeth, 1953 - 1954.
36 10 Valoch, Jiri, 1969.
Letter and poems.
36 11 Van Riper, Peter, 1992.
36 12 Vas Dias, Robert, 1969 - 1993.
36 13 Veljkovic, Andrew, 1985.
Correspondence regarding "Collaborations" project.
36 14 Vevers, Elspeth, 1975 - 1977.
36 16 Vevers, Stephanie, 1972 - 1977.
36 16 Vevers, Stephanie, 1978.
36 17 Voice of America (Merrill Miller), 1981.
36 18 Vostell, Wolf.
Includes programs and chapbooks.
36 19 W - Miscellaneous.
36 20 Wakoski, Diane, 1961 - 1989.
37 1 Waldman, Anne, 1977 - 1993.
37 2 Waldrop, Keith and Rosemarie, 1973 - 1993.
37 3 Walker Art Center (Nigel Redden, director of Performing Arts), 1979.
37 4 War Resisters League (David McReynolds), 1962 - 1993.
37 5 Waring, James, 1960.
Letter and dance company posters.
37 6 Wasserstein, Israel A., 1990.
37 7 Watson, Craig, 1974.
37 8 Watten, Barrett (THIS and POETICS JOURNAL), 1981 - 1992.
37 9 WBAI (Steve Post, station manager), 1978.
37 10 Weinberger, Eliot, 1992 - 1993.
37 11 Weiner, Hannah, 1983 - 1984.
37 12 Weintraub, Linda, 1982 - 1985.
37 13 Weiss, Edward, 1986.
37 14 Weiss, Mark, 1993.
37 15 Wendt, Larry, 1979 - 1980.
37 16 Westdeutscher Rundfunk (Klaus Schoning), 1980 - 1988.
37 17 Whitney Museum of American Art (Barbara Haskell, curator), 1982 - 1990.
37 18 Wiater, Michael, 1972 - 1973.
37 19 Wieck, David, 1987 - 1991.
37 20 Williams, Emmett, 1963 - 1991.
38 1 Williams, Vera, 1960 - 1988.
38 2 Williams, William Carlos, 1946.
38 3 Wilson, Patty, 1978 - 1979.
38 4 WIN, 1963-1969 October.
Includes submissions.
38 5 WIN, 1969 November - 1970.
Includes submissions.
38 6 WIN, 1966 - 1972.
Rejected submissions. Part I.
38 7 WIN, 1966 - 1972.
Rejected submissions. Part II.
38 8 WIN, 1975 - 1982.
Correspondence between Mac Low and WIN that is unrelated to his editorial activities.
38 9 Witlin, Frances, 1962.
Correspondence and article.
38 10 Witlin, Susan, 1960.
Correspondence and poems
38 11 Witten, Anne, 1977 - 1990.
38 12 Wolfson, Margaret, 1979.
Correspondence regarding Sonora House performance.
38 13 WORDS WORTH (Alaric Sumner), 1978 - 1993.
38 14 WRITERS AND BOOKS, 1983 - 1987.
38 15 WRITERS DIRECTORY, 1982 - 1993.
38 16 WXPN Radioguide (Chris Hill, editor), 1979 - 1980.
Correspondence regarding interview.
38 17 Xatrec, Christian, 1987 - 1988.
38 18 XEXOXIAL ENDARCHY (Miekal And), 1990.
Correspondence, catalog, etc.
39 1 Yorty, Don, 1991.
Correspondence, program, poetry, and prose.
39 2 Young, Karl, 1975 - 1981.
Correspondence and poems.
39 3 Young, Karl (Light and Dust Books), 1988 - 1994.
39 4 Young, Karl.
Poems.
39 5 Young, La Monte and Marian Zazeela, 1961 - 1981.
Correspondence, programs, etc.
39 6 Young, La Monte and Marian Zazeela, 1982 - 1989.
39 7 Z - Miscellaneous.
39 8 Zambrano, David, 1990.
Invoices.
39 9 Zurawski, Magdalena, 1995.
Poems by M. Zurawski.
39 10 Zurbrugg, Nicholas, 1990 - 1991.
Correspondence.
39 11 Zweig, Ellen, 1980 - 1993.
39 12 Unidentified correspondents.

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39 13 List of anthologies, exhibition catalogs and other collections that include Mac Low's work, 1959 - 1994.
39 14 List of books, 1963 - 1994.
39 15 List of periodicals where Mac Low's work appears, 1975 - 1994.
39 16 List of publications, recordings and visual works by Jackson Mac Low and Anne Tardos, 1990 - 1995.
39 17 List of readings, performances and exhibits by Jackson Mac Low, 1980 - 1982.
40 1 1st and 2nd Stephanie Vevers Vocabulary Crossword Gathas, 1976 - 1977.
Also includes Vocabulary for Stephanie Vevers (8/1977).
40 2 1st and 2nd Transverse Flute Mime Piece, 1981.
Drafts, notes and performance instructions.
40 3 1st Asymmetry from Martin Buber, 1961.
40 4 1st Diastext from 25th Merzgedicht in Memoriam Kurt Schwitters, 1989.
40 5 1st Diastics.
Burkhardt and Nietsche (Jan.1963) - Manuscript and typescripts.
40 6 1st Mishima Poem, 1973.
40 7 1st Piece for the Bell Harp, 1960.
40 8 1st Recorder Tune, 1946.
40 9 1st Sharon B. Mattlin Vocabulary Crossword Gatha, 1976.
40 10 1st Star Poem and Four Poems from a Reading by Two Poets, 1976.
40 11 1st Villanelle for Nina, 1945.
40 12 2 Little Poems for William Carlos Williams, 1946.
40 13 2nd Asymmetry from Martin Buber, 1961.
40 14 2nd Villanelle for Nina, 1945.
40 15 3 Chinese Poems, 1961.
40 16 4 TRAINS, 1964.
Typescripts (published in 1974).
40 17 4 What, 1941.
40 18 5 Asymmetries for Edward Dahlberg, 1967.
Poems and performance instructions.
40 19 5 Biblical Poems.
Typescripts, including introduction, foreward, methods for reading, a note on typology, and a program note for 5th poem.
40 20 5 Biblical Poems, 1954 - 1955.
Typescripts plus "6th Biblical Poem."
40 21 5 Biblical Poems, 1954 - 1955.
Incomplete copies and carbons.
40 22 5 Poems for and from Louis Zukofsky, 1963.
40 23 5 Stanzaic Realizations of a Vocabulary for Clarinda Mac Low, 1979.
Poem drafts.
40 24 6 More Gitangali for Iris, 1962.
40 25 8th Merzgedicht in Memoriam Kurt Schwitters, 1987.
Corrected galleys for TEMBLOR 7.
40 26 9 November 1946.
40 27 9th Merzgedicht in Memoriam Kurt Schwitters, 1987.
Photocopy of page proofs with corrections for CONJUNCTIONS.
40 28 11th of July (19 Cubist Poems), 1946.
Typed and carbons.
40 29 12.8.4.4.2.4.12.8., not a biblical poem, 1955.
40 30 15 Quinzains for Stephanie Vevers (3/29/77).
Published in ROOF, Spring 1978.
40 31 20th Merzgedicht in Memoriam Kurt Schwitters, 1988.
St. Marks Poetry Project printing.
40 32 20 Stanzas of 37263 for Charles Silverstein, 1973.
40 33 21 August 1943.
40 34 21 MATCHED ASYMMETRIES, 1967 - 1969.
Drafts with notes, drafts of introduction. Published in 1978.
40 35 21 MATCHED ASYMMETRIES, 1969 - 1973.
Corrected manuscript.
40 36 21 MATCHED ASYMMETRIES.
Drafts with notes.
40 37 21 MATCHED ASYMMETRIES.
"Young Turtle" typescripts, galleys and notes.
40 38 22nd Merzgedicht in Memoriam Kurt Schwitters, 1988.
40 39 22 LIGHT POEMS, 1967.
Manuscript and mimeographed drafts.
41 1 22 LIGHT POEMS, 1968.
21st Light Poem for John Martin, pp. 9 - 30.
41 2 23rd LIGHT POEM: FOR LARRY EIGNER, 1969.
Draft.
41 3 27th Light Poem: For Jerry (Jerome) Rothenberg, 1969 - 1975.
Typescript and copies.
41 4 28th Light Poem: For Jill Boskey.
Drafts.
41 5 30th Light Poem: For Allan Kaprow ("Road Signals"), 1970.
Performance instructions only.
41 6 32nd Light Poem: For the O and the B Stars, the Blue and the Pale-Blue Ones.
41 7 32nd Light Poem in Memoriam Paul Blackburn, 1971.
41 8 36th LIGHT POEM: IN MEMORIAM BUSTER KEATON, 1975.
Note and partial draft.
41 9 42 MERZGEDICHTE IN MEMORIAM KURT SCHWITTERS, 1987.
Drafts of Merzgedicht 9.
41 10 42 MERZGEDICHTE IN MEMORIAM KURT SCHWITTERS, 1987 - 1989.
Manuscript draft (1-21).
41 11 42 MERZGEDICHTE IN MEMORIAM KURT SCHWITTERS, 1987 - 1989.
Manuscript draft (22-42).
41 12 42 MERZGEDICHTE IN MEMORIAM KURT SCHWITTERS, 1987 - 1988.
Drafts.
41 13 54TH LIGHT POEM: FOR IAN TYSON, 1978.
Drafts, notes and instructions.
41 14 100 - Line Poem, 1990.
41 15 125 Postcard Poems, 1992.
For Fluxus Virus Box.
41 16 Abreaction: An Ode, 1946.
41 17 Accusation Falasha, 1992.
41 18 Acetone makes cheap opals shine...
41 19 Achievement, 1940.
41 20 Act, 1943.
42 1 Actions of Some of the Noted Names of Fiction, Bye Bye Baby with Beautiful Buttocks.
Two poems, June 15, 1961.
42 2 Active Warren, 1992.
42 3 Active Wretched, 1992.
42 4 Actual, 1943.
42 5 Ad for the Daily News, 1954.
42 6 Advice to the Younger Generation.
42 7 After Recognition, 1943.
42 8 After Seeing an Exhibition of Ancient Chinese Paintings, 1941.
42 9 After You Talk, 1948.
42 10 Agassing lost some turtle's eggs.., 1941.
42 11 Alarm Clock, 1963.
42 12 Alarum.
42 13 Albatross, 1950.
42 14 All the sad young men...
42 15 Although I believe I endorse...
42 16 Although you will not have me...
42 17 American Poets Say Goodbye to the Twentieth Century, 1993.
42 18 Anarchist Poem, 1946.
42 19 Ancients, 1991.
42 20 And she answered the king...
42 21 And Speak of Time.
42 22 And the idiot said, 1939.
42 23 And This Will Never Wither, 1941.
42 24 Annie Brigitte Gilles Tardos 3, 1990.
42 25 Another Bomb in Birmingham, 1963.
42 26 Answer for Adah, 1948.
42 27 Answer perhaps Rattenhubber is later.., 1945.
42 28 Answer Song, 1941.
42 29 Anterior, 1946.
Includes "And The" and "Whenas."
42 30 Are Machines Accountable Agents, 1964.
42 31 Aria for George Gruntz, 1973.
Plan to be followed to produce a group aria anywhere in an opera.
42 32 Around and round the scurrying cage...
42 33 As soars the roaring smoke away, so soared.., 1942.
42 34 As time passed, he soon grew bolder...
42 35 ASYMMETRIES 1-260.
Correspondence, notes and galleys.
42 36 ASYMMETRIES 1-260.
Drafts and manuscript notes for afterword and introduction.
42 37 ASYMMETRIES 1-260.
Drafts and manuscript notes for reading/performance methods.
42 38 ASYMMETRIES 1-260.
Original typescripts and xeroxes.
42 39 ASYMMETRIES 1-260.
Assorted carbons and drafts.
42 40 ASYMMETRIES 1-260.
Photocopy of typescript, 1-130.
42 41 ASYMMETRIES 1-260.
Photocopy of typescript, 131-260.
43 1 Asymmetries 261-501 (unpublished).
#261-340.
43 2 Asymmetries 261-501 (unpublished).
#341-420.
43 3 Asymmetries 261-501 (unpublished).
#421-501.
43 4 Asymmetries 261-501 (unpublished).
Carbons.
43 5 Asymmetry for Bob Kelly, 1961.
43 6 Asymmetry for Diane Wakoski, 1961.
43 7 Asymmetry for John Cage.
43 8 Asymmetry for the Quebocois, 1966.
43 9 At 20, sees little change.., 1951.
43 10 Attic Flirt/Femoral Leapfrog, 1991 - 1995.
43 11 Aubade, 1950 - 1951.
43 12 AUGUST LIGHT POEMS, 1967.
Unbound copy of CATERPILLAR IX.
43 13 Aunt Sally's Dream Book, 1963.
Poems.
43 14 Autopark, 1991 - 1992.
43 15 Autumn.
43 16 Autumnal Equinox, 1939.
43 17 Bad Dream, 1944.
43 18 Baite.
43 19 Baker's Dozen of Little Poems for Eck Finlay, 1992.
43 20 Bald Eagle Nears Extinction, 1972.
43 21 Ballad of the Spitefully Wanderers, 1959.
43 22 Ballata I - To the Muse, 1950.
43 23 BARNESBOOK, 1990.
Drafts.
43 24 Basest Thing, 1990.
43 25 BATHER, 1946.
Manuscript and typed play.
43 26 Baudelaire, 1946.
43 27 Bean Phonemicon for Alison Knowles, 1984.
43 28 Beauty is in its own justification...
43 29 Beginning Edward the Second.
43 30 Beginning of a Poem, 1939.
43 31 Beginning of a verse play, 1939.
43 32 Being Pauline, 1976.
43 33 Bergbo's 92nd Freely, 1984.
43 34 Biecentennial Poem, or, Forty-Four Short Stories, 1975.
43 35 Bion: Mourning Song for Adonis, 1950.
Manuscript.
43 36 Birds of New Zealand, 1986.
43 37 Birthday Poem for Paul, 1946.
Includes "Polonius: Critic."
43 38 Bis for Brazil, 1960 - 1970.
43 39 Bitterly, the Fluttering Glance Averted, 1946.
43 40 Black the dome.., 1946.
43 41 BLOOMSDAY.
Drafts.
43 42 BLOOMSDAY.
Typescripts and introduction drafts.
44 1 BLOOMSDAY.
Complete corrected manuscript with correspondence and galleys.
44 2 BLOOMSDAY, 1984 - 1985.
Reviews, press releases, errata, and cover art.
44 3 BLOOMSDAY.
64 iterations of "Trope Market."
44 4 Bluebird Asymmetries, 1967.
Corrected manuscripts.
44 5 Bodhidharma and the Seven Creeps, 1975.
44 6 Bogy Head, 1949.
44 7 Bower.
44 8 Brahms' Fourth, 1941.
44 9 Breath Poems, 1963.
44 10 Breather, 1992.
44 11 Briggflatts, 1986.
44 12 Broken Star, 1942.
44 13 Brutal Song.
44 14 Bucket Carriers (play), 1951.
44 15 Buddha Notebook, 1970.
44 16 Buton the Walls, 1945.
44 17 But see the fine.., 1942.
44 18 But still the.., 1942.
44 19 But the shambles blew.., 1942.
44 20 Butterfield, 1941.
44 21 Call, 1939.
44 22 Call Gasps, 1993.
44 23 Call HELP (212) 262-5555, 1974.
Poems.
44 24 Cancer woman / Virgo man, 1977.
Poem.
44 25 Canon for the Summer Solstice, 1981.
Drafts of musical score.
44 26 Cardboard Box Piece, 1963.
44 27 Cardboard Disk, 1948.
44 28 Carol, Do Not Run, to the Nearest Airvent.
44 29 Carrying a Torch Ten Miles Under the Sea Blues, 1947.
44 30 Cat in a Roomscape, 1949.
44 31 Cater Loaf, 1993.
44 32 Celebration for a Marriage, 1947.
44 33 Censoriousness is my Bugaboo, 1946.
44 34 Centuries an If I.
44 35 Chamber Music for Barney Childs, 1963.
Musical scores, performance instructions, miscellaneous manuscript notes, assorted programs, and letter from B. Childs.
44 36 Chance Reckoning for Salomon Rothschild, 1962.
44 37 Change of Orders, 1942.
44 38 Character Selection for Rochelle Owens, 1961.
44 39 Charismatic joy communicates, 1961.
44 40 Charles Bernstein Ear, 1989.
44 41 Charles Hartman's PROSE program, 1989.
"Hereford Bosons" dictionary and vocabulary entries list.
44 42 Cherry Leaf, 1939.
44 43 Children by the Fountain.
44 44 Cinquain, 1948.
44 45 Circular Asymmetry for Malka Safro, 1961.
44 46 Clamor, 1992.
44 47 Clark Coolidge St. Marks, 1988.
44 48 Clear Being, 1946.
Includes "Attachment."
44 49 Coalheaver Comfort, 1992.
44 50 Collage, 1946.
44 51 Come live with me and be my love...
44 52 Comet and "Peace", 1962.
Poems.
44 53 Communication(s), 1991.
Soundwork commissioned by Nippon Telegraph and Telephone - Correspondence, drafts and notes.
45 1 Comparisons are Odious, 1959.
45 2 Compulsive Diffidence His Anatomy, 1946.
45 3 Contra Bugonicum, 1951.
45 4 Contra Infideles Fidelesque, 1953.
45 5 Contraragonte, 1946.
45 6 Counterfeiter - Destroyer and Preserver; Hear Oh Hear.
45 7 Country's cousin's head is weak...
45 8 Cramped So Tightly They Can Only Write Irony, 1946.
45 9 Criminal.
45 10 Crow packed cornfield..., 1941.
45 11 Crow soars in the summit of heaven..., 1942.
45 12 Cuckoo-Eggs, 1942.
45 13 Cult of Sobriety, a Dogril, 1946.
45 14 Curious Occasion, 1991.
45 15 Da Pater Augurium Atque Animis Inlabere Nostris, 1963.
45 16 Daily Life, 1963 - 1964.
Instructions, examples (carbons), manuscript drafts, and notes.
45 17 Danger, 1949.
45 18 Daniel Berrigan: a meditation, 1968.
Typescript and copy.
45 19 Darkness At Noon, 1970.
Poem and manuscript notes.
45 20 Dawn - A Ballet Moderne.
45 21 Dawn Wind.
45 22 Day After Boxing Day and After, 1984.
45 23 Day after day awaiting...
45 25 Day she went away..., 1942.
45 26 Day Is, 1940.
45 26 Dead sleep of existence..., 1961.
45 27 Dear Abby, 1975.
45 28 Dear crow, excellent eagle, shy brook...
45 29 Deeper Meaning, 1943.
45 30 Dialog unter Dichtern / Dialog among poets, 1981.
Correspondence, description, sources, manuscript drafts, and complete text.
45 31 Dialogos for John Cage, 1988.
Poems.
45 32 Dialogue Between Robert Duncan and John Cage, 1972.
Poem and note insert.
45 33 Diastic Poems, 1989.
45 34 Diastics for Jane Creighton and Sailing the Road Clear, 1975.
45 35 Desolation's heaven is too easy.., 1944.
45 36 Devil and God are one and the same...
45 37 Dialogue, 1944.
45 38 Difference Appearances, 1959.
45 39 Discipline of Art, 1946.
45 40 Disintegration, 1941.
45 41 Dismay: On Crushing a Fly, 1943.
45 42 Djilas 26731, 1977.
Poems.
45 43 Do you remember the night..., 1956.
45 44 Dona Rita, Joseph Conrad, 1958.
Poem and piano/vocal piece including pencil drafts, typescripts and copies.
45 45 Donne and Shakespeare so feared change...
45 46 Don't be a Sissy... Read Our Poetry.
45 47 Don't Fall in Love with an Easy Woman.
45 48 DOZEN DOUZAINS FOR EVE ROSENTHAL, 1978.
45 49 Drawing Asymmetries, 1985.
Introduction and manuscript draft.
45 50 Dream, 1987.
45 51 Dream Meditation, 1980.
Poem, reading suggestions and performance instructions.
45 52 Dream that Was a Wheel, 1949.
45 53 Dreampoem, 1946.
Include "The Objective Truth" and "The Heads of the Hydral."
45 54 Drunken Lament, 1948.
45 55 Dufay, 1969.
45 56 Dunes of Henry Davis Thoreau, 1961.
45 57 Duo Drawn from Spencer Holst's story "The Santa Claus Murderer", 1988.
Poem and performance instructions.
45 58 Dying Year, 1940.
45 59 Dyslexia Song, 1993.
45 60 Earl E. T. Smith, the Palm Bitch (er) Feanancier, 1961.
45 61 Economics of Attention, 1941.
45 62 Elcarus, 1942.
45 63 Electrical/Fields May/Turn You On, 1973.
Poems and newspaper clipping.
45 64 Elegy, 1948.
45 65 Elegy For Gertrude Stein, 1946.
45 66 Elegy from a Theme of Baudelaire, 1946.
45 67 Elle se Promere, 1948.
45 68 Ellipsoid, 1961.
45 69 Emily Reads Twenties, 1991.
46 1 En Route: Denver - San Francisco, 1985.
46 2 Encasement Marshals, 1993.
46 3 Encircle Tony, 1989 - 1992.
46 4 Encrane, 1981.
46 5 End to it, 1950.
46 6 Englewood Miracle, 1953.
46 7 Enormous contents, vouch safed democracy..., 1941.
46 8 Enough for Peace Meant No, 1946.
46 9 Ernst Jandl, 1981.
46 10 Escape, 1940.
46 11 Essential Mistake, 1946.
46 12 Et pourquoi ecriez-vous aux etoiles...
46 13 Etheric Double, 1961.
Poem found on page 48 and 49 of MAN'S LIFE IN THREE WORLDS, by Annie Besant.
46 14 Exercise for the Left Hand, 1950.
46 15 Existance of God, 1946.
46 16 Exit Bohemia, 1941.
46 17 Experiments in Surrealism.
46 18 F# for Simone Forti, 1961.
Revised 1991.
46 19 Fable of the Groundhog and the Ostrich, 1943.
46 20 Failure in all things...
46 21 Fallibility, 1989 - 1992.
46 22 Fantasy, 1970.
46 23 Farewell to Summer, 1946.
46 24 Farragut Glory, 1992.
46 25 Fifty Syllables to Our God, 1943.
46 26 First Book of Gathas, 1978.
Manuscript and typed drafts of preface (manuscript "abandoned").
46 27 First Words, 1985.
46 28 First Written Realization of Black Tarantula Crossword Gathas (and "Second"), 1974.
Includes notes.
46 29 Five Haiku, 1958.
46 30 Flights into the Ozone Mystery, 1987.
Poem.
46 31 Flower gathering light to itself...
46 32 Folk Songs, 1949.
46 33 Following (poems) and "APF. TMP", 1988.
46 34 For Betty, 1948.
46 35 For Betty After a Pleasant Evening, 1948.
46 36 For BG From Exile.
46 37 For Bill and Adele, 1948.
46 38 For Domino and Y. S, 1951.
46 39 For E. T, 1947.
46 40 For Ezra Pound, 1946.
46 41 For Frederick de la Ronde, killed in action after having written his 1st poems, quatrains about the war, 1944.
46 42 For Hildur, 1952.
46 43 For if now she flees...
46 44 For it was worse than pain..., 1941.
46 45 For Jeanie's Baby, 1946.
See "Toys of Thieves Behind the Moon."
46 46 For John Cage, Right After His 70th Birthday, 1982.
11-poem catena, originals given to John Cage.
46 47 For John Cage with Thanks, 1992.
Birthday mesostics, poems and performance instructions.
46 48 For Kari, 1948.
46 49 For Lou, 1948.
46 50 For Lou: An Answer to..., 1948.
46 51 For My Friends, 1942.
Include "French School" 1930, "For My Enemies" 1942, "Sonnet in Tetrameter" 1942.
46 52 For Norris and John, 1945.
46 53 For nothing is more certain, than that despair has..., 1941.
46 54 For OHC, 1947.
46 55 For Paul Goodman, 1946.
46 56 For Roff Beman, 1940.
46 57 For Rosmarie and Keith, 1990.
Poem series.
46 58 For Suzan, Going to Sleep, 1943.
46 59 For the Musicians at the Pasha, 1948.
46 60 Forbear your artic gaze from me...
46 61 Force of accident..., 1941.
46 62 Formalization (1973) and "Working From Formalization" (1979).
Poems.
46 63 Forties.
Annotated drafts (pre-1993).
46 64 Forties.
Revised versions 17-19 (thru 1993), 100-101, 53-55.
46 65 Forties, 1990 - 1993.
Early drafts.
46 66 Forties.
1-20. Revised thru 1993.
47 1 Forties.
Drafts before 1994.
47 2 Forties.
Miscellaneous, in order.
47 3 Four language word event in memoriam John Cage, 1992.
47 4 Four Variations on a Saying of Brian Buczak, 1987.
Includes a computer printout and memorial materials for Brian Buczak.
47 5 Fourteenths, 1961.
47 6 French and German translations of Jackson Mac Low works, 1983.
By Mac Low and Anne Tardos.
47 7 FRENCH SONNETS.
Manuscript drafts and notes.
47 8 FRENCH SONNETS.
Typescripts and drafts.
47 9 FRENCH SONNETS.
Corrected proofs, correspondence and drafts of introduction.
47 10 Friendship Poems and "Subway Pearls", 1960.
For Vera Williams, includes correspondence.
47 11 From Hunt's Point to 77th on the Pelham Bay Local.
47 12 From Nuclei, 1961.
Poem series, including manuscript and typescripts.
47 13 FROM PEARL HARBOR DAY TO FDR'S BIRTHDAY.
Drafts and performance cards for "A Variety of Weather."
47 14 Frozen Tor, 1945.
47 15 Gathas, 1961.
"Aum Mani Padme Hum."
47 16 Gathas 1 and 2, 1978 - 1980.
Copies and performance instructions / H. B., Anne Gathas (3/21-22/82), Aum Gatha (3/20/82), Kaddish Gatha (4/27/75) - instructions, Tara Gatha (4/27/75), Guru-Guru Gatha (1975), and Mani-Mani Gatha (1975).
47 17 Gathas - "Jesus" and "Gate Gate", 1966.
47 18 General plan for JACAJURISMETICS, 1967.
47 19 Ghost, Fatigue, 1946.
47 20 Ghosts, 1940.
47 21 Giant Philosophical Otters, 1989.
47 22 Gibbons Moon, 1946.
47 23 Gil Ott Ear, 1989.
47 24 Glacial.
47 25 Glacial Bequeathes.
47 26 Glacial Seracs.
47 27 Glacial Shades, 1959.
And other incomplete works. Includes pencil notes, drafts and 1 typed draft.
47 28 Glass Buildings, 1954.
Manuscript and typescript drafts. Also includes DAILY NEWS clipping.
48 1 God Rest.
48 2 God, the ultimate voyeur..., 1941.
48 3 Goethe; or, The Writer.
Manuscript draft of poem.
48 4 Good is what...
48 5 Goodby, LGM's, 1969.
Typescript.
48 6 Got the blues, got the blues...
48 7 Great men whose lives continue...
48 8 Greek Translations, 1955 - 1958.
Pencil drafts.
48 9 Greeting to Spring, 1939.
48 10 Grey-white metaphor of rivalry..., 1941.
48 11 Guillatine at Work, 1946.
48 12 Gull passed down the street before my eyes..., 1941.
48 13 Gulls wheel and ponder all..., 1941.
48 14 Haiku.
48 15 Haiku 2.
48 16 Haiku and Tanka.
48 17 Haiku No Haiku, 1958.
48 18 Hair of the Woman I Love, 1948.
48 19 Hand was always rais'd..., 1943.
48 20 Happy Birthday, Anne vocabularies, 1981.
Reduced photocopies.
48 21 Hard and Soft, 1954 - 1955.
48 22 Hare Krsna Gathas, 1967.
Poems, photos and correspondence.
48 23 Haven't I Seen You Some Place Before, 1941.
48 24 He found himself unpregnant in his calm..., 1941.
48 25 He Never Relaxed for a Moment, 1991.
48 26 He who twenty years ago...
48 27 Headline Glass Material Buildings.
Carbons, incomplete. Made from mix of 1954 poems "Glass Buildings" and "Headline Materials."
48 28 Headline Glass Material Buildings.
List of simultaneity readers, description, original source, and program.
48 29 Headline Glass Material Buildings, 1959.
"One copy each of extant parts."
48 30 Headline Glass Material Buildings, 1959.
Performance - Manuscript drafts, sections A-F simultaneity.
48 31 Headline Material, 1954.
And other poems to July 1954.
48 32 Heads of Hydra, 1946.
48 33 Hear, 1946.
Includes "The Play the Flute."
48 34 Hearing You Praised, 1948.
48 35 Heavens, 1974.
Poem and publication EAR Magazine.
48 36 Hereford Bosons Turning Lucas, 1989.
Poem drafts (incomplete).
48 37 Heterophonies, 1984.
Hereford Bosons 1 and 2.
48 38 Hidden, 1942.
48 39 His lot is bend, but he has some..., 1941.
48 40 His quality negated deception...
48 41 Historical Sketch, 1942.
48 42 Homage, 1946 - 1951.
48 43 Homage to Leona Bleiweiss, 1976.
Performance instructions, letter, program, and score.
48 44 Homage to Leona Bleiweiss, 1976.
Timing cards.
48 45 Hop Tempestuous, 1991.
48 46 How to Go Mad, 1950.
48 47 How to Perform the Painting "Tara", 1991.
Edited typescript.
48 48 How was I to know..., 1943.
48 49 Human Aura, 1972.
Poem.
48 50 Hunger Strike What Does Life Mean, 1938.
Typescript.
48 51 Hymn, 1948.
48 52 Hymn to the Gentle Man.
48 53 Hypothesis of Descent, 1943.
48 54 I believe the universe of the...
48 55 I Damn the Men of Today, But Still I Have Pity, 1946.
48 56 I do not understand what all the noise is about..., 1941.
48 57 I Express My Disease in My Poem, 1946.
48 58 I found an old wound...
48 59 I Had Chosen a Rose, 1973.
48 60 I heard a voice that cried out "Courage! Courage!", 1947.
48 61 I know so little of God..., 1942.
48 62 I Often Think of Formless Solitudes, 1958.
48 63 I walk in the shadow of omnipotent cruelty...
48 64 I was working all day in the dust, 1939.
48 65 I would make love to you, my darling..., 1940.
48 66 Ice - Furnace, 1947.
48 67 Idiotic Genius.
48 68 If Iris and I break up...
48 69 I'm against burning..., 1968.
48 70 I'm no luck...
48 71 I'm Often Chided for My Vast Ego, 1946.
48 72 Image, 1946.
48 73 Immediate Action, 1939.
48 74 In Answer to Loose Talk, 1946.
48 75 In Memoriam Ilya Bolotowsky, 1981.
Musical score.
48 76 In Place of a Birthday Poem for Russell, 1945.
48 77 In Place of a Song for Cratylus, 1946.
49 1 In Praise of Alma Walter, 1974.
Typescript and copies.
49 2 In Praise of Mozart.
49 3 In Praise of the Rains of Spring, 1945.
49 4 In the cool of the evening..., 1942.
49 5 In the Electric Age We Wear All Mankind as Our Skin, 1966.
49 6 In the midst of their multifarous activities...
49 7 In the Rhodendion forests of Carolina...
49 8 In your eyes the vision of fire...
49 9 Incomplete Poem, 1939.
49 10 Incomplete Poem with Promise, 1939.
49 11 Incompleted Poem, 1939.
49 12 Industrial Scene, 1939.
49 13 Insane Man, 1941.
49 14 Instead of a Love Poem, 1950.
49 15 Intention Disappears, 1991.
49 16 L'Internationale, 1939.
49 17 Iran Contra Hearings, 1987.
Poem drafts and musical settings.
49 18 Iris Changing Her Painting a Day After Her 31st Birthday, 1964.
49 19 Is it not strange...
49 20 IS THAT WOOL HAT MY HAT?.
Drafts (color and manuscript), introduction and performance flyer.
49 21 Is't I that bask...
49 22 It Doesn't Need a Title.
49 23 It is a Simple Life, 1963.
Poem and NYU Libraries performance program.
49 24 It is One Sea, 1946.
49 25 It's Fall, 1953.
49 26 Iuratus Amoris.
49 27 Ivan Moll.
49 28 Jabbering Coomb, 1991.
49 29 Jackson Mac Low Anthology.
Self-published booklet of 18 poems, stories, music and essays (early 60s?).
49 30 Jail Break, 1963, 1966, 1969.
Poem, proofs and correspondence.
49 31 Jailhouse, 1955.
49 32 Jammie Krake, 1991.
49 33 Jaybird Poem.
49 34 Jesting Pilate laughed, alas.
49 35 Joy.
49 36 Kent State, 1970.
49 37 Kithana Deina, 1953.
49 38 Labyrinthine Personae, 1953.
49 39 Lagoon Elucidation, 1991.
49 40 Lake Chargoggagoggmanchauggagoggchabunagunga- maugg, 1981.
Collaboration with Pauline Oliveros - Piano part and letter tone equivalents by Mac Low.
49 41 Lamb that crouched on the hearth...
49 42 Languid Bears, 1948.
49 43 Large general statements...
49 44 Larry Fagin St. Marks, 1988.
49 45 Lawrence, 1959.
Original typescripts of 9-stanza poem, drafts of introduction and printer's note.
49 46 Let It Go, 1978.
Poem derived from William Empson's of the same title. Includes performance copies, published in SPECTACULAR DISEASES and REPRESENTATIVE WORKS.
49 47 Let neither storm clouds nor the lightning...
49 48 Let Us Point Out, 1939.
49 49 Let's squeeze it dry now - yes, lets have it out.., 1941.
49 50 Lett, 1969, 1976, 1982.
Description and performance methods, computer-generated text and notes.
49 51 Letter From Penal Colony, 1942.
49 52 Letters for Iris Numbers for Silence, 1961.
Performance directions, revisions and cards.
49 53 Lettuce Leaves for Iris, 1962.
49 54 Li Po in War - Time, 1942.
49 55 Light and Sound, 1943.
49 56 Light Poem on a Heavy Subject.
49 57 Light Poems.
24th-26th, 29th, 33rd, 41st, 42nd, 48th, 49th, 51st-53rd, 56th, 57th, 60th (drafts, carbons and notes).
49 58 Like Saul at Tarnas, blinked on the road...
49 59 Limericks.
49 60 Lines from Euripides' ELECTRA.
49 61 Little Double Fugue on Themes From a List of 1st Lines, 1946.
49 62 Living as Buddhists, 1983.
Proposal for video project - Manuscript and typescript drafts, biography and notes.
49 63 Lizard and the Tiger, 1950.
Manuscript and working papers.
50 1 Locks, 1984.
Radiowork: typescript, copies, description, correspondence, notes, and official agreements.
50 2 Locusts, 1939.
50 3 Lord Randal, 1944.
50 4 Loud Laughs, 1940.
50 5 Love, 1939.
50 6 Love - Song for Lou, 1948.
50 7 Lucas 1-29, 1990 - 1991.
Instrumental piece and performed EIF 2/21/92.
50 8 Lying near the stands...
50 9 Macbeth a Triptych in Blank Verse, 1938.
50 10 Machault, 1955.
Original typescripts and corrected drafts.
50 11 Macintosh, 1959.
50 12 Mad Song, 1942.
50 13 Magistrate, 1941.
50 14 Mahakala, 1988.
50 15 Major: A Poem in Prose, With Sundrie Snatches of Music and Verse, 1946.
50 16 Making Things New, 1961.
50 17 Manus.
50 18 Marines Defend Burning of Village, 1965.
Poem - Original, carbons and copies (with notes).
50 19 Mark Rudman Ear Inn, 1988.
50 20 Marrying Maiden, 1958.
Working papers, manuscript in pencil.
50 21 Marrying Maiden.
Manuscript, miscellaneous notes and correspondence.
50 22 Marrying Maiden, 1958 - 1959.
Play - Original red and black typescript.
50 23 Marrying Maiden (copy), 1958 - 1959.
Draft and several drafts of introductions (thru 1993).
50 24 Marrying Maiden.
Mimeographed copies used in The Living Theatre production (with typos) and manuscript corrections.
50 25 Marrying Maiden.
Copies with manuscript delivery regulations.
50 26 Marrying Maiden.
Poster, program and NEW YORK TIMES advertisement, 6/9/60.
50 27 Marrying Maiden, 1960 - 1961.
Complete score (damaged).
50 28 Marrying Maiden.
"Action Pack" - Copied by Anne Tardos in 1979 (?).
50 29 May Day Moon Had a Friend, 1959.
50 30 Me die young and some die old..., 1940.
50 31 Meadowlark.
50 32 Meaning.
50 33 Meditation, 1943.
50 34 Meditation on X, 1989.
Diastic poem.
50 35 Meditations on Death, 1959.
50 36 Men are Sheep Today, Savage as Tigers, 1946.
50 37 Menalque on Music, 1943.
50 38 Mentor Extempore, 1950.
50 39 Metrical Analysis of Sonnet XXXI.
50 40 Midseptember Aubade, 1953.
50 41 Milarepa Gatha, 1976.
Performance piece, performance instructions and correspondence.
50 42 Milarepa Quartet for Four Like Instruments, 1982.
50 43 Miracle, 1942.
50 44 Mirror Mirror, 1949.
51 1 Miscellany for Vera Williams and Larry Eigner, 1961.
Poem carbons.
51 2 Mist Feet, 1993.
51 3 Mist that enveloped us..., 1942.
51 4 Mocha Kansas, 1990.
51 5 Modern Living, 1963.
51 6 Moon burns a hole through my temple..., 1943.
51 7 Moon Like Mary the Virgin, 1946.
51 8 Moonshine.
51 9 More he ran...
51 10 Morning on Avenue C, 1946.
51 11 Morning Poem, 1958.
51 12 Morning's cast volitions die..., 1941.
51 13 Motet on a Saying of A. J. Muste, 1991.
Musical score.
51 14 Mother Dead, 1973.
Six poems.
51 15 Mr. Gorubek and the Wastrels, 1950.
51 16 Muse I, II, 1959.
51 17 Music, 1964.
51 18 Music Lovers or Outdoor Concert.
51 19 Musicwords (for Phill Niblock), 1978.
Performance instructions and revised version 3/26/89.
51 20 My enormous lust..., 1940.
51 21 My Heart Has Resented My Father and Mother, 1946.
Include "Cramp'd So Tightly They Can Only Write Irony" and "Censoriousness is My Bugaboo."
51 22 Nadir, 1948.
51 23 Naked Event, 1968.
51 24 Narratives for Winds, 1980 - 1981.
Flute, trombone, clarinet, and electric guitar.
51 25 National Guard / Practice Shell / Hits 3 Buildings, 1966.
Copies of manuscript poem and introduction.
51 26 National Poetry Festival, 1971.
Method, scores, notes, correspondence, essay, and newsclippings.
51 27 Near Treviso, 1985.
51 28 New Evidence of Ecological Damage Brings a Call to Ban Drift-Net Fishing, 1989.
51 29 New mode, unforseen mode, slippery sort...
51 30 New Scene, 1948.
51 31 New Signals Hink/At Neutron Stars, 1968.
51 32 News Report, 1961.
51 33 Net Murder at Sea, 1990.
Poems.
51 34 Night - Climb, 1959.
51 35 Night Piece.
51 36 Nightwalk, 1960.
Drafts of poems and reading directions (with pencil notes). Letter to Vera Williams.
51 37 Nineteen Eighty-Four, 1984.
51 38 No One Knowing Sentences, 1989.
51 39 No Strophe Break, 1963.
51 40 No Time Like Now, 1946.
51 41 No Time Like Now, 1941 - 1946.
Manuscript of selected poems and manuscript preface.
51 42 No writing! Melting!, 1964.
51 43 Noah, 1943.
51 44 Non-chance inner-process poems, 1961.
"Endocrinology, Etc.," "The Game" and "3 November Poems."
51 45 Non Dulce Neque Decorum EST.
51 46 Non Political Word Event for Bryant Park, 1967.
51 47 Norris Embry, 1971.
51 48 Northern Lights, 1946.
51 49 Norton Anthology 1993.
Proofs, corrections and correspondence.
51 50 Not I Will Halt the Madly Reckless Feet.
51 51 Not place gives you place..., 1943.
51 52 Not the mastadon nor the prodigious sabretooth..., 1943.
51 53 Notebook, 1937 - 1938.
44 poems and 3 prose pieces and 2 long prose essays.
51 54 Notebook - 82 Poems and 2 Prose Pieces, 1939.
52 1 Notebook - 60 Poems and 18 Prose Pieces, 1940.
Part 1.
52 2 Notebook - 60 Poems and 18 Prose Pieces, 1940.
Part 2.
52 3 Notebook - 71 Poems, 1941.
Typescripts and carbons with some revisions.
52 4 Notebook - 56 Poems, 1942.
Typescripts and carbons.
52 5 Notebook - 32 Poems, 1 Short Story and 1 Review, 1944.
Typescripts and manuscript notes.
52 6 Notes.
52 7 Notes on How to Read "2 Asymmetries fro John Cage", 1961.
52 8 Now Roland goes into the night...
52 9 Nuclei for Simone (Morris) Forti, 1961.
Improvisations - original typescript, copies and cards.
52 10 Nymphomaniac Alphabet Poems, 1974.
For and from Kathy Acker.
52 11 O how to tell the melon from the dung..., 1941.
52 12 O I don' like yearning...
52 13 O let few nostalgiacs waste away...
52 14 O love, who has maddend me...
52 15 O my love, disdainful of my views...
52 16 O now doth Death...
52 17 O sharecropper, perched on a rail...
52 18 O that the Savagery of our time be laid..., 1941.
52 19 O what most slight credence we gave..., 1942.
52 20 O where and how to set your bounds...
52 21 Objective Truth, 1946.
52 22 Obsequy for Paul Hindemith, 1964.
Poem.
52 23 Observations, 1965.
52 24 Octave, 1940.
52 25 Odes for Iris, 1970 - 1971.
Original drafts with revisions (1-116, incomplete).
52 26 Odes for Iris, 1970 - 1971.
Copies, 1-114 (incomplete).
52 27 Odes for Iris, 1970 - 1971.
Carbons 1-114 (incomplete).
52 28 Odes for Iris.
Restrictions Apply
53 1 Odes from the I Ching, 1960.
Carbons, pencil drafts, notes, methods, and notebooks.
53 2 Odyssey of Despair, 1941.
53 3 Of all the pictures in my room...
53 4 Of such fragile structures is Life built...
53 5 Of the rule of silence..., 1964.
53 6 Off Newfoundland the Chester was dessert..., 1951.
53 7 Often a Man in Such a Condition Begins to Have Delusions, 1950.
53 8 Old begrudging the young...
53 9 Old Song, 1942.
53 10 On Seeing a Spot Where Two Trees Used to Stand..., 1939.
53 11 On the Glorious Burning of the Stars and Stripes in the Sheep Meadow in Central Park Around About Noon, 1967.
53 12 On the Knights of the Province, Against the Knight of Columbus, 1950.
53 13 On the occasion of the..., 1968.
53 14 On Washing a Wall, 1943.
53 15 One Hundred, 1961.
53 16 One never knows responsibilty...
53 17 One practices deception..., 1943.
53 18 Oners n Tenners, 1987 - 1989.
53 19 Oppressed by the times and by death...
53 20 Opus in the Vulgar Tongue: Via Francis Grose and Eric Partridge, 1966.
53 21 ORASEMOSDP.
53 22 Other Call, 1993.
53 23 Other Side.
53 24 Our economic positions...
53 25 Outline of Project for Jewish Museum Art and Technology Show, 1969.
53 26 Pained adolescent...
53 27 Paintings of Georges Seurat, 1946.
53 28 Paintings of Yves Tanguy, 1946.
53 29 Pale blue pinpoint of the rain beat down...
53 30 Paradox of politics...
53 31 Partisan.
53 32 Pathos, 1958.
53 33 Patronizing his most eloquent role...
53 34 Pauline Meditation, 1982.
Poem, music and performance instructions.
53 35 Pavements carpeting are Jarconda violet flowers...
53 36 Peace Peace Peace, 1946.
Includes "Enough for Peace Meant No."
53 37 Peaks and Lamas, 1958.
Original poem, copies of poem, copies of typescripts, and performance instructions.
53 38 Peaks and Lamas, 1958.
Original typescripts, chart, parts, and worksheets.
53 39 Peaks and Lamas.
Reformatted in 1992 for S. E. M. Ensemble performance at Paula Cooper Gallery.
53 40 Peony, 1942.
53 41 Perfection.
53 42 Perfection Flee.
53 43 Performance instructions.
53 44 Performance instructions for a LONG, HOT SUMMER, 1964.
53 45 Personal Poems, 1946.
53 46 Persuasion, 1942.
53 47 Petal, 1948.
53 48 PFR-3 Poems - "12345".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
53 49 PFR-3 Poems - "Computer Garbage".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
53 50 PFR-3 Poems - "Dansk".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969 - Part one of two.
54 1 PFR-3 Poems - "Dansk".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969 - Part two of two.
54 2 PFR-3 Poems - "Dansk".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
54 3 PFR-3 Poems - "Dansk".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
54 4 PFR-3 Poems - "Dansk".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
54 5 PFR-3 Poems - "David".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
54 6 PFR-3 Poems - "David".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
54 7 PFR-3 Poems - "Diane".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
54 8 PFR-3 Poems - "Diane".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969 - Part one of two.
54 9 PFR-3 Poems - "Diane".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969 - Part two of two.
54 10 PFR-3 Poems - "Diane".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
54 11 PFR-3 Poems - "Diane".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
55 1 PFR-3 Poems - "Food".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
55 2 PFR-3 Poems - "How".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
55 3 PFR-3 Poems - IBM proposal (notes).
For LACMA Art and Tech Program (later replaced by PFR-3 poems) (May 1969).
55 4 PFR-3 Poems - LACMA, 1969 - 1970.
Contract and letter.
55 5 PFR-3 Poems - "Lett(ers)".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
55 6 PFR-3 Poems - "Logs and Catalogues".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
55 7 PFR-3 Poems - "Machine".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969 - Original printouts.
55 8 PFR-3 Poems - "Machine".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969 - Photocopies.
55 9 PFR-3 Poems - Machine Specs.
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
55 10 PFR-3 Poems - Mixed Data Sheets.
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
55 11 PFR-3 Poems - Notes, 1985 September - October.
55 12 PFR-3 Poems - "Pairs".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
55 13 PFR-3 Poems - PDP-9 Instructions.
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
55 14 PFR-3 Poems.
Original data sheets from 11 poem groups - LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
55 15 PFR-3 Poems - "Ques".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
55 16 PFR-3 Poems - "Ques".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
55 17 PFR-3 Poems - "South".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969 - Original data sheets.
55 18 PFR-3 Poems - "South".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969 - Photocopies.
55 19 PFR-3 Poems - "Space".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969 - Part one of two.
55 20 PFR-3 Poems - "Space".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969 - Part two of two.
56 1 PFR-3 Poems - "The".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969 - Original data sheets.
56 2 PFR-3 Poems - "The".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969 - Miscellaneous printouts.
56 3 PFR-3 Poems - "The".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969 - Poems from 14 stages.
56 4 PFR-3 Poems - "The".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969 - Lists from 14 stages.
56 5 PFR-3 Poems - "The".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969 - Miscellaneous printouts.
56 6 PFR-3 Poems - "The".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969 - Poems from 14 stages.
56 7 PFR-3 Poems - "Trans".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969 - 1st PFR-3 poem.
56 8 PFR-3 Poems - "Trans".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969 - 1st printout of 1st poem.
56 9 PFR-3 Poems - "Trios".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
56 10 PFR-3 Poems - "Word".
LACMA Art and Tech Program, Summer 1969.
56 11 Philosopher and the "Apollo", 1941.
56 12 Phoedra's Song, 1943.
56 13 PHONE, 1979.
Typescripts, drafts and notes.
56 14 Phoneme Dance for Charlie and Svetlana, 1988.
In honor of their marriage. Typescript and holograph notes.
57 1 Phoneme Dance for/from Bici Forbes (A word event for Bici Borbes), 1975.
57 2 Phoneme Dance for/from John Cage (A word event for John Cage), 1974.
57 3 Piano Suite for David Tudor and John Cage, 1961.
Pencil original and copies.
57 4 Pianoforte List for Instruments, 1981.
57 5 Piece for George Brecht, 1962.
57 6 Piece for Recorder, 1961.
Carbons.
57 7 Piece for Sari Dienes, 1960.
Drawings, description, instructions, and invitation to Women in the Arts performance.
57 8 PIECES O' SIX: THIRTY-THREE POEMS IN PROSE.
Original typescripts.
57 9 PIECES O' SIX: THIRTY-THREE POEMS IN PROSE.
Typescript photocopy.
57 10 PIECES O' SIX: THIRTY-THREE POEMS IN PROSE, 1983 - 1987.
Book manuscript.
57 11 PIECES O' SIX: THIRTY-THREE POEMS IN PROSE.
Corrected page proofs.
57 12 PIECES O' SIX: THIRTY-THREE POEMS IN PROSE.
2nd page proofs and corrected pages.
57 13 PIECES O' SIX: THIRTY THREE POEMS IN PROSE.
Galley proofs.
57 14 PIECES O' SIX: THIRTY-THREE POEMS IN PROSE, 1983 - 1986.
Manuscript notebook.
57 15 PIECES O' SIX: THIRTY THREE POEMS IN PROSE.
Multiple drafts 1.
58 1 PIECES O' SIX: THIRTY-THREE POEMS IN PROSE.
Multiple drafts 2.
58 2 Pipe Pack.
"Broken" (late 50s) - Pencil drafts.
58 3 Pitches, 1961.
Composition directions (carbons and pencil draft).
58 4 Pity and love dissolved my heart..., 1947.
58 5 Place, Time, He, 1945.
58 6 Plane; Dido/Clam; Dikterslivet, 1951.
58 7 Platitude, 1942.
58 8 Play (partial, no title).
Typescript with annotations.
58 9 Play, 1947.
58 10 Poem.
58 11 Poem at Night, 1942.
58 12 Poem Composed Entirely of Obscene Words and Phrases, 1965.
58 13 Poem Drawn From a Reading by Paul Blackburn, March 1969? .
58 14 Poem for Emily Harvey and Christian Xatree, 1990.
58 15 Poem for Iris, 1963.
58 16 Poem for Iris Early in the Morning of the Ninth of July, 1970.
58 17 Poem for Russell a Day - Late Birthday Present, 1945.
58 18 Poem fragments.
58 19 Poem from Raymond Moley's Column, NEWSWEEK, 1965.
58 20 Poem from Silence for John Cage's 75th Birthday, 1987.
58 21 Poem Having Taken 2000 Years Being Written, 1941.
58 22 Poem instructions.
58 23 Poem on a theme by Walt Whitman, 1939.
58 24 Poem to My Mother on Her Fifty - Second Birthday, 1940.
58 25 Poem-realization of "IBM for Merce Cunningham", 1961.
By Toshi Ichiyanagi - Typescript, carbons, copies, and introduction.
58 26 Poems for Stephanie, 1977.
58 27 Poems from the back of a Ray Johnson collage, 1968.
Typescripts, copies, holograph notes, and clipping.
58 28 Polar Bears Not Free of Toxic Chemicals, 1986.
58 29 Political Poem, 1943.
58 30 Polkas on the Ratio Next Door at 6AM, 1950.
58 31 Polonius: Critic, 1946.
58 32 Poor Bees, that Work All Day, 1942.
58 33 Portrait, 1942.
For Robert Gioseterte, Bishop of Lincoln.
58 34 Portrait entitled: "It's Not That He's Such a Bad Poet. If He Were, He Wouldn't be Quite So Bad", 1963.
58 35 Post Victoriam -- Neque Dulcem Neque Decoram, 1945.
58 36 Postsols, 1986.
58 37 Pound and the Poetry of Today I and II, 1986.
58 38 Prayer, 1942 - 1948.
58 39 Prayer: After Visiting the Frick Mansion for the First Time, 1943.
58 40 Prayer: That the Union be Apparent to All, 1943.
58 41 Prayer to St. Frederick, 1950.
58 42 Precis of the Preface to Wordsworth's LYRICAL BALLADS, 1939.
58 43 Pre-empted, 1946.
Includes "Molly Go."
58 44 Prejudice.
58 45 Present: A Disabused View, 1950.
58 46 Presidents of the United States of America.
Typescript and carbons, copy with printers' notes, 1-5/63. Original and copies of continuation (12/75) - Pierce, 1853.
58 47 Priests of Iran Worshiped the Fire that Came Out of the Ground, 1968.
Typed and manuscript drafts.
58 48 Primitive Art and the Moon, 1959.
58 49 Princess Princess, 1949.
58 50 Prisoners.
58 51 Procedures for Asymmetries Performance of 3 April 1963.
58 52 Professor, 1942.
Typescript play (noh).
58 53 Progress, 1986.
Poem drafts and page proofs.
58 54 Progress Report, 1951.
58 55 Proletarian Nursery-Rhyme, 1950.
58 56 Prometheus, 1939.
58 57 Promiscuous Women, 1948.
58 58 PRONOUNS.
Correspondence and corrected proofs.
58 59 PRONOUNS.
Manuscript notes and drafts of preface, "They" manifesto, bibliography and remarks to the dancers.
59 1 PRONOUNS.
First edition drafts.
59 2 PRONOUNS, 1986.
Diastic Asymmetries on Nancy Topf.
59 3 Proposal for "The Museum", 1896.
A Sound Work. Proposal for installation at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
59 4 Proposal to Convert the Poetry Room of the Sound Show at P. S. 1 into a Vocabulary Room, 1979.
Drafts and correspondence.
59 5 Pros Apollo Musageten, 1946.
59 6 Prose Look Settled, Look and Leaf Outside, 1989.
59 7 Prototypical Automatically Metaphoric Detachment Compensates Judges, 1982.
Poem and notes.
59 8 Proust Asymmetries - "The Poetry of Snobbery," "Adorable Hangman," "Masquerade," "Enthusiasm", 1961.
Pencil drafts.
59 9 Psalm, 1939.
59 10 Punctuation Mark Numbers, 1961.
59 11 Quatorzains from and for Emily Dickinson, Stoveblack, Antic Quatrains, 1979 - 1980.
Poems later published in REPRESENTATIVE WORKS.
59 12 Quatrain, 1946 - 1949.
59 13 Quatrain for Paul, 1946.
59 14 Quatrain for Sally, 1946.
Includes "Quartrains fro Tui Tucker."
59 15 Quatrains for Tui Tucker, 1946.
59 16 Queen of spades shown up twice..., 1949.
59 17 Query.
59 18 Questioning, Answering and Focussing.
Holograph manuscript.
59 19 Questions and Answers - "A Topical Play", 1963.
Copies with notes, directions and manuscript notes.
59 20 Questions and Questions.
59 21 Rational Renga Link, 1982.
Typed poem with manuscript drafts.
59 22 Reading Henry James..., 1943.
59 23 Rebel, 1942.
59 24 Rebellion or Revolution, 1963.
59 25 Rebus Effort Remove Government, 1991.
59 26 Religious Sentences, 1959.
Two series.
59 27 Renga, 1987.
Poems.
59 28 REPRESENTATIVE WORKS 1938-1985, 1984 - 1986.
Correspondence, notes and review.
59 29 REPRESENTATIVE WORKS 1938-1985.
Miscellaneous drafts.
59 30 REPRESENTATIVE WORKS 1938-1985.
Manuscript, part 1.
59 31 REPRESENTATIVE WORKS 1938-1985.
Manuscript, part 2.
60 1 Rereading Her Letters, 1949.
60 2 Resting Driver, 1953.
60 3 Retelling whimsies for the thousandth time..., 1951.
60 4 Retreated Degree, 1990.
60 5 Revaluate the Term So, 1946.
60 6 Riddle, 1946.
60 7 Rilke found in solitude..., 1941.
60 8 Rolled Wheat, 1964.
60 9 Rule, Dumb Charity: He, to Deny.
60 10 Rush Hour, 1955.
For piano and speaking voice, manuscript, typescript, and copies.
60 11 Rush Order, 1946.
Includes "Salesmen."
60 12 Ruth and Marvin Sackner.
60 13 Sacrifice, 1946.
Includes "Memory."
60 14 Sade Suit, 1959.
Play, pencil draft and notes.
60 15 Sade Suit, 1959.
Carbon copies and introduction (original manuscript lost in 1959).
60 16 Saga, 1940.
60 17 Saint Marks Poetry Project Newsletter, 1986.
60 18 Salad Defiant, 1992.
60 19 Salesmen, 1946.
60 20 Saturday, snow in the sky...
60 21 Scene, 1946.
60 22 Schonheit, 1959.
Short structure with unequal measured silences.
60 23 Seasons regular...
60 24 Second Words, 1985.
60 25 Secret of the Golden Flower, 1964.
Poem copies.
60 26 September Pack, 1959.
60 27 September Unbirthday Present for Annie Brigitte Gilles Tardos, 1993.
Poems.
60 28 Seriousness.
60 29 She came in a dream..., 1942.
60 30 She had a loud trumpeting...
60 31 Shifting Population, 1984.
60 32 Shod Network Settled, 1989.
60 33 Shoot a coast you established...
60 34 Short Poem for Fluxus Virus Box, 1992.
60 35 Short Poems - "The Etheric Double," "Mr. Bowles," "A Friend of Mine," "Bipartisan Reflections", 1961.
Typescripts and carbons.
60 36 Short Poems from the Machault List by the Machault Method, 1962.
60 37 Short Poems with PC Musical Settings, 1988.
60 38 Short Solo Structure with Unequal Pauses.
60 39 Sign.
60 40 Signs.
60 41 Silence Poems, 1951.
60 42 Silly Poem, 1950.
60 43 Simplicity, 1939.
60 44 Singularity Quatrain, 1962.
60 45 Skandhas.
60 46 Snow - Apple, 1944.
60 47 So far away the barber crossed...
60 48 So I must mere photography..., 1941.
60 49 So long: with strange nourishment..., 1946.
60 50 So Strange, 1948.
60 51 Social Significance, 1939.
60 52 Sole Arabian Tree, 1952.
60 53 Soliloquy for Harry Hawkweed, 1970.
60 54 Some Definitions, 1950.
60 55 Some Russian Love Poems (or Love Verses from Soviet Sources), 1977.
Includes notes and references.
60 56 So-much bending, but no more...
60 57 Sonata for Fingertips and Tastebuds, 1941.
60 58 Song for Eva on Thunder Hill, 1950.
60 59 Song for Kari, 1948.
60 60 Song for Tui Tucker, 1950.
60 61 Song for V, 1949.
60 62 Song in a Time of Fear, 1947.
60 63 Song My Mother Taught Me, 1943.
60 64 Song of a Dream and the Truth, 1948.
60 65 Song of the Sad Owl, 1942.
60 66 Song on an Old Theme, 1952.
60 67 Song: The Hair of the Girl I Love, 1948.
60 68 Sonnet, 1940 - 1958.
60 69 Sonnet I, 1939.
60 70 Sonnet II, 1939.
60 71 Sonnet III, 1939.
60 72 Sonnet IV, 1939.
60 73 Sonnet 5.
60 74 Sonnet XIX, 1941.
60 75 Sonnet XX, 1941.
60 76 Sonnet XXI, 1941.
60 77 Sonnet XXII, 1941.
60 78 Sonnet XXIII, 1941.
60 79 Sonnet XXXI, 1942.
60 80 Sonnet XXXII, 1942.
60 81 Sonnet XXXVI, 1942.
60 82 Sonnet XXXVII, 1942.
60 83 Sonnet XXXVIII, 1942.
60 84 Sonnet XXXIX, 1942.
60 85 Sonnet XL.
61 1 Sonnet XLI, 1942.
61 2 Sonnet XLIII, 1942.
61 3 Sonnet XLIV, 1943.
61 4 Sonnet XLV, 1943.
61 5 Sonnet XLVI, 1943.
61 6 Sonnet XLVII, 1943.
61 7 Sonnet XLVIII.
61 8 Sonnet L, 1944.
61 9 Sonnet LI, 1944.
61 10 Sonnet LII, 1944.
61 11 Sonnet LIII, 1944.
61 12 Sonnet LV, 1944.
61 13 Sonnet LVI, 1944.
61 14 Sonnet LIX, 1945.
61 15 Sonnet LX, 1945.
61 16 Sonnet LXI, 1945.
61 17 Sonnet LXII.
61 18 Sonnet LXIII, 1946.
61 19 Sonnet LXIV, 1946.
61 20 Sonnet LXV, 1946.
61 21 Sonnet LXVI, 1946.
61 22 Sonnet LXVII, 1946.
61 23 Sonnet LXVIII, 1946.
61 24 Sonnet LXIX, 1946.
61 25 Sonnet LXX, 1946.
61 26 Sonnet LXXI, 1946.
61 27 Sonnet LXXII, 1946.
61 28 Sonnet LXXIII, 1946.
61 29 Sonnet LXXIV, 1946.
61 30 Sonnet LXXV, 1946.
61 31 Sonnet LXXVI, 1946.
61 32 Sonnet LXXVII, 1946.
61 33 Sonnet LXXVIII, 1946.
61 34 Sonnet LXXIX - Self-Pity, 1946.
61 35 Sonnet LXXX, 1946.
61 36 Sonnet LXXXI, 1946.
61 37 Sonnet LXXXII, 1946.
Includes "A Riddle."
61 38 Sonnet LXXXIV, 1947.
61 39 Sonnet LXXXV: The Traveler, 1947.
61 40 Sonnet LXXXVI: The Statues, 1947.
61 41 Sonnet LXXXVII: Theseus, 1948.
61 42 Sonnet LXXXVIII: A Burning Pheasant, 1948.
61 43 Sonnet LXXXIX: This Night's Misery, 1948.
61 44 Sonnet XC: In Separation, 1948.
61 45 Sonnet XCI: For Pasha and his Musicians, 1948.
61 46 Sonnet XCII: In the Morning, 1948.
61 47 Sonnet XCIII: I the Phallo - Nacissist I Dread, 1948.
61 48 Sonnet XCIV: So Nearly Free of Jealousy, 1948.
61 49 Sonnet XCV: For Kari on a Theme of Aristotle, 1948.
61 50 Sonnet XCVI, 1948.
61 51 Sonnet XCVII: Absence Felt, 1948.
61 52 Sonnet XCIX: Odysseus, 1948.
61 53 Sonnet: For Baudelaire and the Monster, 1950.
61 54 Sonnet: For Edouard Roditi, 1949.
61 55 Sonnet for Elspeth, 1951.
61 56 Sonnet for Gerald de Nerval, 1958 - 1959.
61 57 Sonnet: For V. M. W., 1949.
61 58 Sonnet: In Dejection, 1951.
61 59 Sonnet: In French Class, 1950.
61 60 Sonnet: Of My Last Ten Years, 1949.
61 61 Sonnet: On a Theme by V., 1949.
61 62 Sonnet: Rolls Royce, 1959.
61 63 Sonnet: Walter Savage Landor, 1990.
61 64 Sonorous Lessor Nation, 1991.
61 65 Sonorous Sample, 1991.
61 66 Soul, the body, and the world...
61 67 Soundtrack for Naomi Levine Movie about Gate Hill Co-op, Stony Point, NY, 1963.
Performance notes and envelopes of words.
61 68 Span's Orchard, 1951.
61 69 Speech, 1961.
Poem and directions.
61 70 Speller Poem, 1961.
61 71 Spring - Near Song, 1947.
61 72 Spring Song, 1943.
61 73 Stalin is Our Savior, 1940.
61 74 STANZAS FOR IRIS LEZAK, 1971.
Includes manuscript notebook #2, 1960
61 75 STANZAS FOR IRIS LEZAK.
Carbon copies - "Solar Speculations," "They're Living it Up...," "Hitched to a Red Star," "Forbidden Marriage," "Intro to Provencal," "What Makes Leaves Fall?" "Pattern Recognition...," "Ubu Cocu."
61 76 STANZAS FOR IRIS LEZAK, 1971.
Typescripts, carbons, notes, manuscript drafts, and selections including: "Blue and Brown Books," "Poe and Psychoanalysis," "Plant Poem," and "6 Gitanjali for Iris."
61 77 Stanzas for Sally, 1946.
61 78 Stanzas, written after an attempt was made to break into this apartment, 1946.
61 79 Stars, 1956.
Includes "Space and Time."
61 80 Step Sons of Adam, 1939.
61 81 Stern Injuction to All of Love, 1948.
61 82 Still Life With No Whiskey, 1953.
62 1 Storehouse - 7 Poems for Armand Schwerner, 1992.
62 2 Strange, huge moon...
62 3 Subtle strife..., 1942.
62 4 Subway Ride, 1960 - 1962.
Performance piece, original and carbon.
62 5 Such triumphant Baedeckers are found...
62 6 Sugar Sack Song, 1959.
62 7 Summer Solstice, 1981.
Holograph draft of poem.
62 8 Summer Solstice Word Event List and Gatha, 1982 - 1983.
Originals, copies, performance instructions, and holograph drafts.
62 9 Summer's erotic images infringe..., 1941.
62 10 Sun arises!, 1943.
62 11 Surtsey: Information and Variations, 1976.
Poem.
62 12 Swan whose down is love floats on the stream...
62 13 Syllabic Birthday Sonnet for Iris, 1965.
62 14 Syllabic Sonnet, 1959.
62 15 Symphony in Powerhouse Sharp.
62 16 Taking the Doctor's Suggestion, 1992.
62 17 Tall Plant of Generality, 1965 - 1968.
62 18 Task, 1940.
62 19 Teak Seek, 1989 - 1993.
62 20 Tell Me of Mortal Time, Will it Cease if One Heart Does, 1941.
62 21 Ten Lines, 1939.
62 22 Text of Message by President Johnson to Congress on the State of the Union, 1967.
62 23 Thanks/Danke, 1982 - 1983.
Play with unrevised versions in pencil.
62 24 Thanks/Danke, 1983.
Corrected draft and photocopy.
62 25 Thanks and Thanks II, 1961.
Typescript.
62 26 Thanks II, 1961.
62 27 Thanks, 1969.
For Charlotte.
62 28 Thanks - Song on Twelfth - Day, 1945.
62 29 Thanks - Song: Thy Works Alone, 1943.
62 30 Thanks - Song to My Lord, 1943.
62 31 That the Union be Apparent to All, 1943.
62 32 The.
62 33 These faded antlers and forgotten bones...
62 34 They.
62 35 They Didn't Whir He Gave No Advice, 1991 - 1992.
62 36 They sought to rival me...
62 37 Thieves and Ladies, 1944.
62 38 Thin disease of..., 1941.
62 39 Thin organisms of attainment..., 1941.
62 40 Think Wrestle Settled, 1989.
Diastic TWENTIES derivative.
62 41 This day my sun has set...
62 42 This is Sad You Will Not Weep.
62 43 This is the Beginning of Something New, 1978.
Poem.
62 44 This self greets you!.
62 45 Thomas E. Dewey, who himself...
62 46 Thorofare, 1950.
62 47 Thousand Flee Prison Amid the Chaos in Teheran, 1979.
Poem.
62 48 Three Disjunctive Quatorzains for Gretchen Berger on the Evening of the Summer Solstice, 1978.
62 49 Three Poems on the City, 1943.
62 50 Three Social Projects, 1963.
62 51 Threnos, 1956.
Poem in three parts.
62 52 Tier fur und von Gerhard Ruhm, 1981.
62 53 Time an of You Dream Suspended Miracle Brooding Should Me Unthread, 1959.
62 54 To a Dead Rabbit, 1942.
62 55 To a Lost One in a Dry Land, 1939.
62 56 To a Lost Poem, 1939.
62 57 To BG.
62 58 To bring you...
62 59 To Certain Objectors to the "Violence" of Some of My Recent Verses, 1946.
62 60 To My Penis, 1943.
62 61 To Nancy.
By Carol.
62 62 To R. N. and S. R., 1939.
In memory of a certain memorable evening.
62 63 To Save Wild Life and Aid Us, Too, 1963.
62 64 To Schopenhauer, 1939.
62 65 To someone I loved once, 1939.
62 66 To T.S., The Poor Sap, 1939.
62 67 To the Bovaryste, 1948.
62 68 To Those, 1951.
62 69 To What Bears Tears, 1943.
62 70 Tobacco Road, 1941.
62 71 Today I Affirm Each Step of the Past, 1946.
62 72 Torrefaction Regardless, 1990.
62 73 Toy Laundering the Imptus, 1991.
62 74 Toys of Thieves Behind the Moon, 1946.
Holograph version of "For Jeanie's Baby" on verso.
62 75 Transcendence, 1951.
62 76 Transit Lounge, 1986.
62 77 Translate my radiant platitudes...
62 78 Translating Shade I-IV, 1981.
Drafts and correspondence.
62 79 Translation of Catullus' CARMEN 58, 1961.
62 80 Translation of L'Internationale, 1946.
62 81 Translation of Mallarme's VICTORIEUSEMENT FUI LE SUICIDE BEAU, 1961.
62 82 Translation of Sappho's Ode to Aphrodite, 1945.
62 83 Transmutation, 1959.
62 84 Traumatic Incident, 1945.
62 85 Travel Poems, 1974.
63 1 Traveling/Reisen, 1984.
Play in English and German, drafts and performance instructions.
63 2 Treating The, 1946.
63 3 Tree Movie, 1961.
Poem, variations, notes, performance program, original typescript, and pencil draft.
63 4 Tree Names Poem, 1961.
63 5 Trial and error balloons of nowhere..., 1945.
63 6 Triolet, 1945.
63 7 Triumph of Death, 1944.
63 8 Triumph of Old Corpes, 1941.
63 9 Trope Market Phonemicon B, 1993.
Musical setting.
63 10 Troublesome architects..., 1946.
63 11 Troy...
63 12 True Answer Truly, 1948.
63 13 Trumpeter sounds hollow..., 1943.
63 14 TWENTIES: 100 POEMS: 24 FEBRUARY 1989 - 3 JUNE 1990.
Corrected galleys.
63 15 TWENTIES: 100 POEMS: 24 FEBRUARY 1989 - 3 JUNE 1990.
Book manuscript with notes.
63 16 TWENTIES: 100 POEMS: 24 FEBRUARY 1989 - 3 JUNE 1990, 1989 - 1990.
Mail copies.
63 17 TWENTIES: 100 POEMS: 24 FEBRUARY 1989 - 3 JUNE 1990, 1990.
Nos. 72-100.
63 18 TWENTIES: 100 POEMS: 24 FEBRUARY 1989 - 3 JUNE 1990, 1989 - 1990.
Complete draft.
63 19 TWENTIES: 100 POEMS: 24 FEBRUARY 1989 - 3 JUNE 1990, 1989 - 1990.
Drafts.
63 20 TWENTIES: 100 POEMS: 24 FEBRUARY 1989 - 3 JUNE 1990, 1990.
Derivatives.
63 21 TWENTIES: 100 POEMS: 24 FEBRUARY 1989 - 3 JUNE 1990, 1989 - 1990.
"Travesties" derivatives.
63 22 Twenty-Eight Minutes, 1961.
Typescripts, carbons and performance instructions.
63 23 Twilight.
63 24 TWIN PLAYS: PORT-AU-PRINCE AND ADAMS COUNTY ILLINOIS.
Manuscript, performance flyers, correspondence, and notes.
63 25 Two Dawns (interwoven), 1939.
63 26 Two Haikus, 1960.
63 27 Two Pieces for Pitch Classes ("Les Mamelles de Tiresias"), 1961.
Typescripts with revisions and carbons.
63 28 Two Poems Employing a Metaphor from Marx, 1959.
63 29 Two Poems on Death, 1941.
63 30 Two Three Four, 1959.
63 31 Two Times Eleven Times Eight, 1955.
64 1 Typical.
64 2 U of Kansas Be-in.
64 3 Undated Manuscript 1960s.
Holograph on various scraps paper.
64 4 Under a Blazing Slaty Sky, 1945.
64 5 Under and Around a Prairie/Dog Town, 1978.
Poem and draft with corrections.
64 6 Unmoved Mover, 1942.
64 7 Unspoken, 1949.
64 8 Unstructured Meditative Improvision for Vocalists and Instrumentalists on the Word "Nucleus", 1982.
64 9 Unyielding city streets..., 1943.
64 10 Urban Blight Stanzas, 1981.
Maunscript and typescript.
64 11 Usurpation.
64 12 V - E, 1945.
64 13 Vanished Audience, 1951.
Include "For Domino and Y. S." and "From the Greek of Menander."
64 14 Vanitas Vanitarum, 1946.
64 15 Velikovsky Dice Song, 1968.
Poem and performance instructions.
64 16 Verbs with Gerunds and Infinitives, 1975.
Typescript and carbon.
64 17 VERDUROUS SANGUINARIA, 1967.
Drafts, holograph notes, correspondence, performance flyers, and photos of cast.
64 18 VERDUROUS SANGUINARIA, 1967.
Original, complete manuscripts and revisions (1988-1992).
64 19 Villanelle - Ballad for Four Assassinated Workers for the Poor, 1968.
64 20 Villanelle on a Theme of Clare Boothe Luce, 1951.
64 21 Villanelles, Sonnets and Other Poems, 1954.
64 22 VIRGINIA WOOLF POEMS, 1984 - 1985.
Correspondence and notes.
64 23 VIRGINIA WOOLF POEMS, 1976.
Typescripts of "Ridiculous in Piccadilly" and "The Waves Broke," copies.
64 24 Vision, 1942.
64 25 Visit of My Friend, 1956.
64 26 Visit to the Frick Collection, 1945.
64 27 Vocabulary for Annie B. G. Tardos.
Original typescripts and instructions for typing.
64 28 Vocabulary for Annie B. G. Tardos.
Manuscript and typescript drafts of introduction, description, compositional procedures.
64 29 Vocabulary for Annie B. G. Tardos.
Carbons with holograph revisions.
64 30 Vocabulary for Annie B. G. Tardos.
Photocopy of list.
64 31 Vocabulary for Annie B. G. Tardos.
Holograph lists and notes.
64 32 Vocabulary for Annie B. G. Tardos, 1979.
Photostats, xeroxes of window layouts and note equivalents.
64 33 Vocabulary for Annie B. G. Tardos, 1980.
CSI movie sentences.
64 34 Vocabulary for Carl Fernbach-Flarsheim, 1968.
Performance instructions, exhibit photos and revisions (1989).
64 35 Vocabulary for Charlotte Moorman, 1974.
64 36 Vocabulary for Custer LaRue, 1978.
Poem and performance instructions.
64 37 Vocabulary for Michael Wiater, 1973.
64 38 Vocabulary for Mordecai-Mark Mac Low, 1979.
Includes holograph notes.
64 39 Vocabulary for Peter Innisfree Moore, 1974 - 1975.
Performance instructions.
65 1 Vocabulary for Sharon Belle Mattlin, 1974.
"Typewriter performances," typescripts, carbons, notes description, and note equivalent charts.
65 2 Vocabulary for Vera Regina Lachmann, 1974.
Original typescripts, copies and performance instructions.
65 3 Vocabulary Gatha for Anne Tardos, 1980.
65 4 Vocabulary Gatha for Malcolm Goldstein, 1981 - 1989.
Description and correspondence.
65 5 Vocabulary Gatha for Pete Rose, 1977 - 1978.
Word event, holograph notes and performance instructions.
65 6 Walk, 1942.
65 7 Walter Savage Landor Reads "Piece O' Six---31", 1989.
65 8 Waltspacer, 1969.
Performance cards, program and notes.
65 9 War, 1943.
65 10 Was it for this our..., 1943.
65 11 Water and Fire, 1953.
65 12 Water Far, 1990.
Poems.
65 13 Water Flag, 1959.
65 14 Water Lilies Have Been Broken, 1958.
65 15 Wayomer elohim y'hi awr way'hi awr (And God said, let there be light, and there was light), 1952.
65 16 WBAI Vocabulary Gatha, 1977 - 1979.
Original, revised versions and performance instructions.
65 17 Westron Winde, 1987.
Poems and phonemican-in-progress.
65 18 What is Winter Waiting For, 1962.
65 19 What they feared was...
65 20 What we feared was..., 1943.
65 21 When, 1958.
65 22 When you, another, love, my labor's lost...
65 23 Where is the child in form or stuff..., 1941.
65 24 Where the Willows Bend, the Sheet Iron is Savage, 1986.
65 25 Whenas My Love, 1946.
Includes "Wind."
65 26 While I'm living and seeing I want my glory to ripen..., 1946.
65 27 Whistled. Wish?.
65 28 Why are we launching a yellow submarine..., 1966.
65 29 Window, 1945.
65 30 Winds/ Instruments, 1980 - 1982.
Electric guitar part, holograph draft, basic word sequence, holograph score, introduction, performance instructions, and note sequence list.
65 31 Wink Tinkle Mother, 1991.
65 32 Winter Poem, 1948.
65 33 Wish, 1981.
65 34 Withering grass on the slope behind the house..., 1946.
65 35 Wittgenstein: Philosophical Investigations, 1989.
Poem drafts.
65 36 Wondering.
65 37 Word Event for Bici Forbes and George Brecht, 1961 - 1972.
Descriptions and revisions.
65 38 Word Event for George Brecht, 1961.
65 39 Word Event in Memoriam A. J. Muste, 1986.
Performance instructions and musical notation.
65 40 Word Event in Memoriam Julian Beck/ Word Event in Memoriam Robert Watts, 1985 - 1988.
Drafts and program.
65 41 Word Event List ("Environmentally"), 1971.
Manuscript.
65 42 Word: "Provide", 1946.
65 43 Word - Realtor, 1950.
65 44 Words nd Ends, 1978.
First series, broadside and carbon.
65 45 Words nd Ends, 1978.
Poetry manuscript and original typescripts.
65 46 Words nd Ends, 1978.
Poetry manuscript and photocopy.
65 47 Words nd Ends for John Cage from his Mesostics drawn from Pound's Cantos, 1981.
66 1 WORDS ND ENDS FROM EZ.
Anagrams, cover art and "Methods."
66 2 WORDS ND ENDS FROM EZ.
Draft.
66 3 WORDS ND ENDS FROM EZ.
Complete originals I through X.
66 4 WORDS ND ENDS FROM EZ.
Annotated and holograph drafts.
66 5 WORDS ND ENDS FROM EZ.
Corrected proofs.
66 6 WORDS ND ENDS FROM EZ.
Corrected proofs.
66 7 WORDS ND ENDS FROM EZ.
Galleys, marked in red ink.
66 8 WORDS ND ENDS FROM GOETHE/WORTER ND ENDEN AUS GOETHE, 1986.
Complete copy of each.
66 9 WORDS ND ENDS FROM GOETHE/WORTER ND ENDEN AUS GOETHE, 1990.
Performance notes and drafts.
66 10 WORTER ND ENDEN AUS GOETHE.
Holographs notes and performance instructions.
66 11 Worms Turn, 1975.
Typescript and copies.
66 12 Yet Emerge That, 1987.
66 13 You Blur Like Tears, 1942.
66 14 You, Hart Crane...
66 15 Young Men of New York.

Prose and Essays

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66 16 Miscellaneous prose.
66 17 Affirm the Real Thing: 5 Rules of Thumb for Libertarians, 1946.
66 18 Answer to Some Remarks of Ron Silliman About Politics and My Supposed Position, 1980.
66 19 Art and Morality, 1941.
College papers for Aesthetics 206.
66 20 Boredom and the Discourse.
66 21 Buddhism, Art, Practice, Polity, 1989 - 1990.
Two drafts.
66 22 Certain Relations in Plato's Dialogue and On the Interpretation of Aristotle, 1942.
College philosophy papers.
66 23 College Work, 1940.
66 24 Comfort's "Anarchist" Sexual-Moralism.
67 1 Denny couldn't stand being alone..., 1940.
67 2 Description of four copies of the Same Book, 1939.
67 3 Doll Upon a Plane Surface, 1947.
67 4 Doric, 1943.
67 5 Drowning.
67 6 Early Performances of Word Events by Jackson Mac Low, 1981.
67 7 Effect of John Cage and His Work Upon Contemporary American Literature, 1981 - 1982.
Manuscript and typescript drafts (unfinished).
67 8 Ernest Dorsey is a young man in his early twenties..., 1940.
67 9 Essay Begun in 1965.
Corrected drafts from early 1965 and 3 April - 30 June 1980. Includes a poem entitled "Observations" (2/8/65).
67 10 Existentialism, 1946.
67 11 Experience of a Crime, 1940.
67 12 Fluxus, Maciunas, Mac Low, 1990.
Essay for catalog.
67 13 Franklin Furnace Piece, 1978 - 1979.
Drafts, word-note groups and correspondence with Carol Berge.
67 14 FUNK AND WAGNALLS ENCYCLOPEDIA, 1958 - 1959.
Articles written by Mac Low.
67 15 Further Reflections on the Real Thing, 1946.
67 16 Generation of Sentences by Systematic Chance Operations, 1968.
Final version, typed draft and carbon.
67 17 Geometry Class, 1946.
Short stories.
67 18 Gotterdamering, 1940.
67 19 Greater Sorrow, 1964.
Letter to the LONDON TIMES SUPPLIMENT.
67 20 How George Maciunas Met the New York Avant-Garde, 1980.
Multiple drafts with corrections, manuscript inserts and photocopy of published version in German.
67 21 Human Condition: Hunger, Art and the Hungry Artists, 1950.
67 22 I Can't Really Believe Paul's Dead, 1972.
Essay for WIN in memoriam of Paul Goodman.
67 23 Jerry Rothenberg: Multicultural Pioneer, 1991.
Essay and statement with drafts.
67 24 John Cage: A Celebration, 1992.
Article, drafts, correspondence and copy of THE POETRY PROJECT.
67 25 Language-Centered, 1980.
Drafts.
67 26 Largest Oppressed Minority (?) in the World.
67 27 Little Note on My Paintings, 1946.
67 28 Make Your Own System! - Chapter in THE PRACTICE OF POETRY, 1990.
Twitchell and Behn, eds.
67 29 Meeting in the Park, 1953.
Short story drafts.
67 30 Movies: A Note on Falsification, 1946.
67 31 Music Makers, 1956 - 1957.
Pencil draft of novel (unfinished).
67 32 Night Fright, 1939.
67 33 Night on the Cold Mountain, 1946.
67 34 Note on Individualism, 1950.
68 1 On Strangeness, 1978.
Essay in ZWEITSCHRIFT, correspondence, typescript and manuscript drafts.
68 2 Open Letter to Kenneth Rexroth.
68 3 Poetry, Chance, Silence, Etc..
Essay (1981) and appendix (1980), first published in NOMAD (1962) and reprinted in CLAIMS FOR POETRY (1982).
68 4 Protest and an Affirmation, 1948.
68 5 Queen of the Night, 1947.
68 6 Reflections on the Occasion of the DANCE SCOPE Issue, 1974.
Essay, inserts and notes.
68 7 Relations, 1976.
68 8 Relevance of Chapter 13 of the Poetics to the Analysis of the Oedipus Rex.
68 9 Report of Dominican Republic Mission picketing, 1966.
68 10 Report on the Anti-War Demonstration, 1967.
Original with corrections, copy and DIRECT ACTION article.
68 11 Report on the Universal Standard Encyclopedia of Poetry, 1958 - 1959.
68 12 Rochelle Reading Rochelle.
68 13 Sketch Toward a Close Reading of Bob Perelman's PRIMER, 1982.
68 14 Some Unsystematic Reflections for Fillion and Others, 1965.
68 15 Some Ways Philosophy Has Helped to Shape My Work, 1983.
Typed and pencil drafts.
68 16 Something About the Writings of John Cage.
Article originally written in 1979, revised versions 1987 and 1991, also corrected proofs and note (1987).
68 17 Sort of Fable or a Fable of Sorts, 1956.
Short story.
68 18 Suburban Scene, 1941.
68 19 Taoist Principle of Wu-Wei as Exemplified in Zen Buddhism, 1956 - 1957.
Two drafts.
68 20 Tennis Balls, 1941.
68 21 Utopian Dreams and Libertarian Ethics, 1946.
68 22 Vigour and Originality, 1940.
68 23 Viscerotonia, 1940.
68 24 Voice Tracks, 1981.
By Carlos Santos with liner notes by Mac Low.
68 25 What is There to be Done? and Affirm the Real Thing, 1945.
68 26 When Andrew broke with his wife....
68 27 YMWWTBB, 1940.
68 28 Young Man Who Wanted to Build Bridges, 1940.
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68 29 Fastidiousness and Love.
Review of THE FACTS OF LIFE, by Paul Goodman.
68 30 Great Scots Poet, 1954.
Review of SO LATE INTO THE NIGHT, by Sydney Goodsir Smith
68 31 Report on Kit Robinson.
68 32 Review of AGORAPHOBIA, by Peter Ganick.
68 33 Review of IMAGINE INVENTING YELLOW, by Mary Caroline Richards.
68 34 Review of PERSIA, by Laura Moriarty; and, SIXTEEN and CODE POEMS, by Hannah Weiner, 1983.
68 35 Review of SELECTED POEMS, by Michael McClure, 1986.
68 36 Review of THE SPECTRE IMAGE, by John Nerber.
68 37 Reviews of records.
68 38 Three Books and a Marvel, 1946 - 1947.
Review of THE REMEMBERED LAND, by Alan Swallow; THE BURNING MOUNTAIN, by John Gould Fletcher; LOUGH DERG, by Denis Devlin; and, PATERSON (BOOK I), by William Carlos Williams.
68 39 Works by Spencer Holst and Tui St. George at the Pleiades Gallery, 1980.

Talks and Lectures

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68 40 Arts of the 60s: A Retrospective, 1989.
Statement/talk for panel, Fine Arts Festival 1989, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
68 41 Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association, 1986.
Keynote talk.
68 42 Disappearing Pheasant, 1991.
Talk at NYU.
68 43 Interpretation of Sound and Meaning, 1983.
Manuscript draft.
68 44 Introduction to the Ear Inn Reading from TWENTIES, 1990.
68 45 Introduction to "Kitchen" Program, 1972.
Manuscript.
69 1 Introduction to Spencer Holst Reading his 55 SMALL VISIONS, 1974.
Manuscript and typescripts.
69 2 Language and Politics, 1984 - 1989.
Drafts (1984) and revised version for publication (1989).
69 3 On Giving a Talk, 1984.
Talk at New Langton Arts.
69 4 Poetics = Ways of Making, 1990.
Lecture at SUNY Buffalo (incomplete).
69 5 Poetics of Chance and the Politics of Spontaneous Simultaneity..., 1975.
Draft of Naropa talk.
69 6 Poetry for Instruments, 1982.
Manuscript.
69 7 Robert Duncan, 1988.
Talk for PEN American Center, published in AMERICAN POETRY.
69 8 Robert Stock: An Introduction to his Reading at Cubiculo, 1973.
Manuscript and typescript drafts.
69 9 Spencer Holst, Storyteller, 1994.
Introduction to reading.
69 10 St. Marks Talk: Sources, Solutions and Inspirations, 1987.
69 11 Talk on Politics and Poetry, 1989.
For Segue Space series.
69 12 Why Bother Writing?, 1992.
Schule fur Dichtung in Wien - drafts and holograph notes.
69 13 Writing and Practice, 1991.
Draft of talk.
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70 1 Lists and processes.
Holograph notes.
70 2 Methods and clippings for poems.
70 3 Miscellaneous.
70 4 Miscellaneous.
70 5 Miscellaneous.
Includes notes on asymmetry in late 1960.
70 6 Miscellaneous.
Many involve places, times and instructions for performances.
70 7 Miscellaneous.
Includes I CHING hexagrams and interpretations.
70 8 Musical Letter-to-Tone Methods.
70 9 New Zealand notepad.
70 10 Notes, 1970 - 1980.
70 11 Regarding poems, 1980 - 1990.
70 12 Suzuki Class, 1950.
Notebook, partially burned.
70 13 Word Power Clips.

WRITINGS OF OTHERS

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70 14 Anderson, Eric.
Writings and performance materials.
70 15 Baer, Jo. "Art and Vision: Mach Bands".
70 16 Bernstein, Charles. "Pound and the Poetry of Today," THE YALE REVIEW, 1986.
70 17 Bohnert, Herbert, 1967.
IBM materials.
70 18 Cameron-Wolfe, Richard. "Scanning Sagas (with shelving)", 1989.
70 19 Catullus and Horace, 1955 - 1956.
Latin translations by Mac Low.
70 20 Cohen, Harold. "What is an Image?".
70 21 Dunayevskaya, Raya. "Philosophy and Revolution," NEWS AND LETTERS.
70 22 Fencott, P.C. "The Legends of Jack O. Kent", 1970.
Manuscript.
70 23 Ford, Charles Henri, 1964.
Poems from p.34 of NADADA.
70 24 Gibbs, Barbara.
Translation of Valery's "The Cemetery by the Sea."
70 25 Goguen, Joe. "Naropa Computer Composite Dream Text".
70 26 Goldfrank, Esther and Karl Wittfogel, 1943 - 1948.
Pueblo and Hopi articles.
71 1 Havel, Vaclav. "Petr Kotick (Letters to Olga)", 1988.
"Petr Kotick (Letters to Olga)," performed by Mac Low in 1993.
71 2 Highfill, Mitch. LIQUID AFFAIRS, 1993.
Manuscript, published in 1995.
71 3 Hoffman, John.
Poems.
71 4 Jaschke, Gerhard.
Miscellaneous.
71 5 Johnston, Jill. "Nothin' Survives But the Way We Live Our Lives," in MOVEMENT RESEARCH.
71 6 Kroesen, Jill.
Posters, programs, notes, and manuscript.
71 7 MacLise, Angus. "The Dream in the Rock".
Manuscript and notes.
71 8 McKeon, James Peter.
Lecture notes for Philosopy 340 and Greek 375.
71 9 Mekas, Jonas. "Single Words".
Poetry manuscript.
71 10 Norse, Harold and Ned Rorem.
Press release and poems.
71 11 Plays by others.
Produced by Mac Low, includes "Faustina" by Paul Goodman.
71 12 Poetry mailing list, 1976 - 1977.
Poems by others.
71 13 Robson, Ernest, 1981.
Essay in COMMON GROUND.
71 14 Ruhm, Gerhard, 1984.
Program and brochure.
71 15 Rzewski, Frederic, 1990.
Interview with Rzewski in LOGOS-BLAD.
71 16 Schwitters, Kurt.
NYPL poems, copied in German by Mac Low from 1940s originals.
71 17 Settle, Ellis, 1951.
Hand-bound literary journal.
71 18 Sherman, Susan, 1963.
Poems.
71 19 Smith, Jared, 1975.
Poems.
71 20 Sorensen, William Louis. "Continue Putting In", 1969.
Manuscript.
71 21 Stock, Robert.
Poems, undated.
71 22 Stockhausen, Karlheinz. ORIGINALE (play).
71 23 Swallow, Paul. "Belleview Health Consultant".
71 24 Valery, Paul. "There are two kinds of men...".
Poem.
71 25 Verakius, 1966.
Poetry manuscript and letter.
71 26 Warde, William. "An introduction to the Logic of Marxism", 1953.
72 1 Wolff, Christian, 1968 - 1974.
Performance pieces and program.
72 2 Zieger, Ulrich, 1990.
Manuscript in German and letter from Roderick Iverson.
72 3 Miscellaneous.

INTERVIEWS

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72 4 Craft Interview with Jackson Mac Low, 1973.
Published in NEW YORK QUARTERLY #14.
72 5 Jackson Mac Low - Interviewed by Gil Ott at P.S. 1, Long Island City, New York, 1979.
72 6 Jackson Mac Low - An Interview with Barry Alpert, 1974.
72 7 Jackson Mac Low - Interviewed by Kevin Bezner, 1990.
Includes Mac Low revisions (1990-1991).
72 8 Jackson Mac Low - Interviewed by Nicholas Zurbrugg, 1991.
First transcript and correspondence.
72 9 Poetic Vocabularies - A Conversation Between Barrett Watten and Jackson Mac Low, 1985.
KPFA, Berkeley.
72 10 Text Sound Symposium From Voice of America Series "American Writing Today".
Includes Mac Low.

CONFERENCES, FESTIVALS AND RESIDENCIES

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72 11 11th International Festival of Sound Poetry (Toronto), 1978.
Notes, brochures and writings by others.
72 12 Atelier/Exposition Annick Le Moine (Paris), 1976.
Program, etc.
72 12 14th International Sound Poetry Festival (London), 1984.
Programs, notes and letter.
72 14 Barnard Reading, 1988.
Notes.
72 15 La Batie - Festival de Geneve, 1992.
72 16 Beyond Words and Phrases?: A Symposium on Language and Meditation (Bronx, New York), 1984.
Correspondence, announcement, statements from Mac Low and others.
72 17 Bisbee Poetry Festival, 1980.
Word list for word event from festival name.
72 18 Bisbee Poetry Festival, 1981.
Programs, reviews, correspondence, etc.
72 19 Black Mountain College (SUNY Buffalo), 1982.
Contract for visit.
72 20 Clocktower - Pop Project (New York, New York), 1988.
Program and schedule.
72 21 Des Moines Festival of the Avant-Garde, 1979 - 1980.
73 1 Europe trip, 1984.
73 2 Experimental Intermedia Foundation (New York, New York), 1982 - 1993.
Programs, flyers and notes.
73 3 Festival of Phonetic Poetry (Vienna), 1983.
Correspondence, notes and brochures.
73 4 Heidelberger Festival fur Experimentelle Literatur und Musik, 1989.
Miscellaneous.
73 5 International Intermedia Festival (Madrid), 1992.
73 6 International Symposium on Performance (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee), 1976.
Correspondence and schedules.
73 7 Jacques Marchais Center of Tibetan Art (Staten Island, New York), 1987.
Correspondence and calendars.
73 8 John Cage at Wesleyan, 1988.
Programs and festival materials.
73 9 John Cage Conference (Lublin, Poland), 1993.
Correspondence and brochures.
73 10 John Cage Performed by Ellsworth Snyder with Jackson Mac Low, 1982.
Programs.
73 11 Knox College (Galesburg, Illinois), 1987.
Program and biographical material.
73 12 Kutztown State College (Kutztown, Pennsylvania), 1985.
Correspondence and programs.
73 13 Naropa Institute, 1976 - 1977.
Visit and simultaneity workshop - correspondence and drafts of talk.
73 14 National Poetry Secretariat (London), 1975.
Readings in Essex, Cardiff and Keele (London).
73 15 New Langton Arts (San Francisco), 1984.
Compositions from evening tape.
73 16 One World Poetry Festival (Amsterdam), 1981.
73 17 Poetsound '84 (Glasgow, Scotland), 1984.
73 18 Retrospective Concert - Mac Low's 60th Birthday, 1982.
Poster, press release, photo proofs, and program.
73 19 Roskilde Festival (Denmark), 1985.
Correspondence and programs.
74 1 Roulette (New York, New York), 1988 - 1989.
Programs, calendar and NEW YORK TIMES review.
74 2 S.E.M. Ensemble, 1989 - 1992.
Programs and performance pieces with notations.
74 3 San Francisco State University (The Poetry Center).
Program and notes.
74 4 Secondo Festival Internazionale dei Poeti (Rome), 1980.
74 5 Sightings/Soundings: The Art of John Cage, 1989.
Programs and correspondence.
74 6 Sound Art Festival - Westdeutscher Rundfunk, 1990.
74 7 Spoken Music (Buffalo, New York), 1990.
74 8 Ubi Fluxus, Ibi Motus (Venice), 1990.
Invitations and newspaper clippings.
74 9 University of California, San Diego, 1987.
Correpondence regarding The New Writing Series.
74 10 University of Houston - "After the Avant-Garde", 1985.
74 11 Vienna, Budapest, Szeged, 1993.
Maps, notes and programs.
74 12 Wall-to-Wall John Cage, 1982.
Correspondence and programs for The Symphony Space event.
74 13 Woodland Pattern Book Center (Milwaukee, Wisconsin), 1991.
Programs and review.
74 14 Yellow Springs Institute, 1985.
Correspondence and brochures.
74 15 Zaj Festival (Madrid), 1964 - 1965.

PROGRAMS AND POSTERS

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74 16 Programs and posters, 1948.
74 17 Programs and posters, 1952.
74 18 Programs and posters, 1960.
74 19 Programs and posters, 1961 - 1962.
74 20 Programs and posters, 1963 - 1964.
74 21 Programs and posters, 1965.
74 22 Programs and posters, 1966.
74 23 Programs and posters, 1967 - 1968.
74 24 Programs and posters, 1969.
74 25 Programs and posters, 1970.
75 1 Programs and posters, 1971.
75 2 Programs and posters, 1972.
75 3 Programs and posters, 1973.
75 4 Programs and posters, 1974.
75 5 Programs and posters, 1975.
75 6 Programs and posters, 1976.
75 7 Programs and posters, 1977.
75 8 Programs and posters, 1978.
75 9 Programs and posters, 1979.
75 10 Programs and posters, 1980.
76 1 Programs and posters, 1981.
76 2 Programs and posters, 1982.
76 3 Programs and posters, 1983.
76 4 Programs and posters, 1984.
76 5 Programs and posters, 1985.
76 6 Programs and posters, 1986.
76 7 Programs and posters, 1987.
76 8 Programs and posters, 1988.
76 9 Programs and posters, 1989.
76 10 Programs and posters, 1990.
76 11 Programs and posters, 1991.
76 12 Programs and posters, 1992.
76 13 Programs and posters, 1993.
76 14 Programs and posters, 1994.
76 15 Programs and posters, undated.
76 16 Programs and posters, undated.
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76 17 Programs, posters and reviews, 1959 - 1961.
77 1 Programs, posters and reviews, 1962 - 1964.
77 2 Programs, posters and reviews, 1965 - 1967.
77 3 Programs, posters and reviews, 1971 - 1973.
77 4 Programs, posters and reviews, 1974 - 1975.
77 5 Programs, posters and reviews, 1976 - 1977.
77 6 Programs, posters and reviews, 1978 - 1979.
77 7 Programs, posters and reviews, 1980 - 1981.
77 8 Programs, posters and reviews, 1982 - 1983.
77 9 Programs, posters and reviews, 1984 - 1985.
77 10 Programs, posters and reviews, 1986 - 1987.
77 11 Programs, posters and reviews, 1988 - 1989.
77 12 Programs, posters and reviews, 1990 - 1991.
77 13 Programs, posters and reviews, 1992 - 1993.
77 14 Programs, posters and reviews, 1994 - 1995.
77 15 Programs, posters and reviews, undated.

SUBJECT FILES

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General Subjects

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78 1 Alphabet cards.
78 2 Book orders, 1978 - 1980.
Correspondence and "Book Bus" catalogs.
78 3 Creative Artists Campaign.
Meeting summary.
78 4 Living Theatre, 1959 - 1960.
Programs and brochures.
78 5 Mailing labels/lists, 1980.
Includes composition list for ASYMMETRIES for Dick Higgins, etc.
78 6 McKeighan, Rosemary, 1977.
Index cards with Bible quotes left for Mac Low at University of New Mexico reading.
78 7 Middle of Silence Gallery.
Flyers with holograph notes.
78 8 Napier's Bones.
Clippings regarding John Napier's mathematical methods.
78 9 NYU Para-Educator Music, 1980.
Photocopies of songs.
78 10 Poets House Committee, 1990.
Correspondence and minutes.
78 11 School of Design (Chicago), 1939 - 1940.
Catalog.
78 12 Walnut Acres, 1970.
Natural products order forms and catalogs.
78 13 Washington Market Food Co-op.
Receipts.
78 14 Washington Market Food Co-op.
Receipts and newsletters.
78 15 YOUR DAILY NUMBER.
Astrology numerology pamphlet.
78 16 Zen Institute (New York) and Zen Center (Los Angeles), 1957 - 1969.
Newsletters.

Political Subjects

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78 17 A.E.C. Protest, 1962.
Newspaper clippings and flyers.
78 18 Anarchist Calendar, 1951.
78 19 Anarchist materials.
78 20 Anarchist newsletters - WAR COMMENTARY and VIGIL, 1944 - 1945.
79 1 Bourne, Randolph, 1946 - 1947.
Copy of THE STATE (The Resistance Press).
79 2 Catholic pamphlets, 1960.
79 3 CATHOLIC WORKER, 1955 - 1956.
Issues regarding June 1955 anti-air raid drill demonstration when Mac Low was arrested.
79 4 Committee of Public Conscience, 1960.
Flyers and notes.
79 5 Cuba Crisis Action, 1962.
Notes and flyers.
79 6 Demonstration - City Hall Park, 1955.
Includes Mac Low statement flyer.
79 7 Demonstration clippings, 1970.
Newspaper clippings.
79 8 Eastern Kentucky Miners, 1963.
Brochures and newsletter.
79 9 General Strike for Peace, 1962.
Correspondence and notes.
79 10 General Strike for Peace, 1962.
Pamphlets and copies of memorandum.
79 11 H.G. Wells.
Holograph note on lecture announcement.
79 12 Miscellaneous pamphlets, poems, prose, drawings, and notes, 1935 - 1945.
79 13 Miscellaneous political materials.
79 14 Moscow Trials.
Correspondence and statement.
79 15 Naval progress, 1955.
Newspaper clippings regarding atomic submarines.
79 16 Nukes, 1970 - 1980.
Clippings and pamphlets.
79 17 NYC Newspaper Strike, 1963.
Clippings.
79 18 Persian Gulf War, 1991.
Miscellaneous clippings, flyers and Mac Low poem entitled "Into the Gulf."
79 19 Platform of the Libertarian Party, 1980.

ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

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80 1 Originals of Preservation Photocopies.


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