Donald Finkel Papers 1947-1983
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Finkel I [subgrp]: (Finkel I)   
Scope: Materials from accessions...


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1. Correspondence. (1953-1983). [series]: (Finkel I) (ca. 2204 items.)   
Scope: Consists of professional, personal and business correspondence.


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I. 1. General correspondence. (1961-1983). (Finkel I) (242 items.)   
Scope: Consists of personal and professional correspondence


 
Bell, Marvin Hartley, 1937-, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
Bly, Robert Elwood, 1926-, American author.
 
1961:
 
August 10 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Booth, Philip E, 1925-, American author.
 
1973:
 
March 8 ((ACS, 1p))
 
Bullis, Jerald Leroy, 1944-, American author.
 
1975:
 
January 31 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Clewell, David 1955, American author-.
 
1981:
 
November 17 ((TLS, 2p))
 
Croce, Benedetto, American educator.
 
1972:
 
January 9 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Cutler, Bruce, 1930-, American author.
 
1979:
 
February 23 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Dickey, James Lafayette, 1923-, American author.
 
1962:
 
December 15 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Dubie, Norman Evans, 1945-, American author.
 
1970:
 
October 26 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Edson, Russell, 1945-, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((ACS, 1p))   
Scope: written on verso of woodblock print by Edson


 
1961:
 
September 18 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
December 26 ((TL, 1p))
 
1962:
 
January 6 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
January 29 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1963:
 
February 4 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
June 26 ((TLS, 1p))
 
To Urdang, Constance, 1922-, American author
 
1963:
 
February 11 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Eigner, Larry (Laurence) Joel, 1927-, American author.
 
1972:
 
March 14 ((TL, 4p),)   
Scope: Text of letter includes two poems by Eigner: Sorry (fl) (642), and Indoor (fl) (177); enc.: [Eleven poems] by Eigner, Ts., Ts(x), Ts(cb), 1966-1972, 12 pp.; includes 2 drafts of 1 poem titled England a (fl).


 
1973:
 
[February] 3 ((TL, 3p),)   
Scope: Enc.: Cloud lengths (fl), [poem], by Eigner, Ts, 1973: March 5, 1 p.;


 
September 17 ((TL, AN, 3p),)   
Scope: text of letter contains drafts of [Four poems by Eigner; enc.: [Thirteen poems] by Eigner, Ts., Ts(x), 1973, 5 pp.


 
1974:
 
May 4 ((TLS, 4p),)   
Scope: text contains drafts of poems by Eigner: At the side of the road a bench (fl) and Real time (fl);


 
May 24 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: [Six poems] by Eigner, Ts., 1965-1974, 4 pp.


 
1975:
 
June 2 ((TL, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: Distant (fl), Ts, 1975: April 11-13, 1 p., signed by Eigner


 
Elliott, George P, 1918-1980, American author.
 
1968:
 
April 17 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Engle, Paul Hamilton, 1908-, American author.
 
1972:
 
January 1 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
July 12 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1977:
 
May 17 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Everwine, Peter Paul, 1930-, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
1973:
 
April 16 ((TLS, 1p))
 
To Urdang, Constance, 1922-, American author
 
[1961]:
 
[August] ((TLS, 2p),)   
Scope: The husband [poem] in text of letter; enc.: Reprieve, [poem], by Finkel, Ts(cb), [1961], 1 p., and A walk in the country, [poem], by Finkel, Ts(cb), [1961], 1 p.;


 
[August] ((ALS, 5p);)
 
[August] ((ALS, 2p);)
 
August 12 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Fox, Siv Cedering, 1939-, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((ALS, 1p),)   
Scope: written on verso of broadside, If I were a monk of some other age, (fl) [poem], by Fox, [s.l.], Calliopea Press, 1979


 
1976:
 
February 20 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Gafford, Charlotte H, American author and educator.
 
1967:
 
October 21 ((2p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
Galler, David, 1929-, American author.
 
1960:
 
July 18 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
July 25 ((TLS, 2p))
 
1961:
 
May 18 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Gardner, Joan, wife of John Gardner.
 
[1961]:
 
August 12 ((TLS, 2p))
 
Gardner, John Champlin, 1933-1982, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((TLS, AN, 1p))
 
[ca. 1968]:
 
((TLS, 2p))
 
Garst, Tom, 1923-, American author.
 
1972:
 
December 18 ((TLS, 3p))
 
Goedicke, Patricia McKenna, 1931-, American author.
 
1978:
 
May 24 ((TLS, AN, 2p))
 
Hadas, Pamela White, 1946-, American author.
 
1981:
 
December 8 ((ACS, 2p))
 
Halperin, Mark, 1940-, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((TLS, 1p);)
 
((TLS, 3p))
 
1977:
 
January 31 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Halpern, Daniel, 1945-, American author.
 
[1973]:
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
Harper, Michael Steven, 1938-, American author.
 
1972:
 
January 24 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 21 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Hartman, Charles O, 1949-, American author.
 
1981:
 
December 21 ((TCS, 1p))
 
Hecht, Anthony Evan, 1923-, American author.
 
1971:
 
December 30 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Hoffman, Daniel G, 1923-, American author.
 
1963:
 
January 2 ((ACS, 1p);)
 
July 21 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
November 6 ((TLS, 2p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
1965:
 
March 4 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 25 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
November 8 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1966:
 
March 24 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1968:
 
May 7 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
December 24 ((ACS, 1p))
 
1969:
 
March 10 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1979:
 
December 4 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Holden, Jonathan, 1941-, American author.
 
1972:
 
June 8 ((TLS, AN, 2p),)   
Scope: Enc.: Crossbracing, [poem], by Holden, Ts(x), [n.d.], 1 p.


 
Howard, Richard, 1929-, American author.
 
[1966]:
 
[April] ((ACS, 1p))
 
1969:
 
November 20 ((ACS, 1p))
 
[1972]:
 
January 2 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Kemp, Lysander Schaffer, 1920-, American author and translator.
 
1960:
 
April 14 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
July 8 ((TL(cb)s, 1p))
 
1969:
 
January 22 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Kennedy, X J, 1929-, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
1966:
 
March 26 ((TLS, 2p))
 
1970:
 
July 14 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Kizer, Carolyn Ashley, 1925-, American author.
 
1965:
 
September 20 ((ACS, 1p))
 
1966:
 
February 21 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1967:
 
November 27 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Levertov, Denise, 1923-, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((ALS, 3p))
 
Levine, Philip, 1928-, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((ALS, 2p);)
 
((ALS, 1p);)
 
((ALS, 1p);)
 
((ALS, 2p);)
 
((ALS, 2p);)
 
((ALS, 1p);)
 
((ALS, 3p);)
 
((ALS, 2p);)
 
((ALS, 2p);)
 
((ALS, 2p);)
 
((ALS, 1p);)
 
((TLS, 1p);)
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
[1972]:
 
July 29 ((ALS, 2p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
1973:
 
March 1 ((ALS, 2p))
 
[1978]:
 
September 19 ((TLS(x), 1p))
 
[1979]:
 
((ALS, 1p))
 
[1982]:
 
[March] [18] ((TLS, 2p))
 
Marten, Harry Neil, 1916-, American author.
 
1978:
 
February 22 ((TLS, AN, 2p))
 
1981:
 
December 10 ((ALS, 2p))
 
Merwin, William Stanley, 1927-, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((ALS, 1p))
 
1960:
 
October 24 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1961:
 
June 1 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1972:
 
January 25 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Nemerov, Howard, 1920-, American author.
 
1975:
 
April 21 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1979:
 
January 1 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Parker, Stephen, The American Poetry Review.
 
1968:
 
October 19 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Perlberg, Mark, 1929-, American author and translator.
 
1983:
 
February 13 ((TLS, 2p))
 
Ryan, Rick M, 1946-, American author.
 
[1977]:
 
((TL, 1p);)
 
October 16 ((ALS, 2p);)
 
November 11 ((ALS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures;


 
December 18 ((TLS, AN, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: The land of opportunity [story], by Ryan, Ts(x), [n.d.], 2pp., and After the worst is known [poem], by Ryan, Ts., 1 p.


 
1979:
 
February 19 ((ALS, 2p))
 
Shapiro, Karl Jay, 1913-, American author.
 
1965:
 
May 4 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Simic, Charles, 1938-, American author.
 
1972:
 
April ((ACS, 1p))
 
Simpson, Peter Lawton, 1932-, American author.
 
1970:
 
September 13 ((ALS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: Ts(x) draft of review of Finkel's books, Answer Back and The Garbage Wars


 
Skinner, Knute Ramsey, 1929-, American author.
 
1966:
 
April 18 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1969:
 
January 11 ((TLS, AN, 1p))
 
Smith, Philip M, National Science Foundation.
 
1970:
 
May 23 ((ACS, 1p))
 
Snyder, Gary, 1930-, American author.
 
1971:
 
June 7 ((ACS, 1p))
 
Sobin, Anthony, 1944-, American author.
 
1976:
 
April 15 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Strand, Mark, 1934-, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((ACS, 1p))
 
1967:
 
November 18 ((ACS, 1p))
 
1969:
 
February 26 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1970:
 
March 26 ((ACS, 1p))
 
Sward, Robert, 1933-, American author.
 
[1964]:
 
September 10 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: The two-headed lamb, [poem], by Sward, Ts(cb), 1964: Sept., 3 pp., and Chicago Public Library, [poem], by Sward, Ts(cb), 1964: Aug., 2 pp.


 
1965:
 
January 3 ((ALS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: The two-headed lamb, [poem], by Sward, Ts(cb), 1965: Jan., 3 pp.;


 
January 30 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: The act of eating, [poem], by Sward, Ts(cb), 1965: Jan., 2 pp.;


 
March 24 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 27 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: San Miguel de Allende, [poem], by Sward, Ts(cb), 1965: May, 2 pp., inscribed to Finkel and Urdang with AN;


 
June 24 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 24 ((TCS, 1p))
 
[1966]:
 
January 7 ((TCS, 1p);)
 
March 10 ((TCS, 1p);)
 
April 10 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
November 30 ((TLS, 2p))
 
1967:
 
April 26 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: Get-away poem, by Sward, Ts(cb), [1967], 1 p., inscribed to Finkel and Urdang from Sward


 
1968:
 
November 7 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1969:
 
April 2 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: Scarf gobble wallow inventory, [poem], by Sward, Ts(x), 1969: Feb. 14, 4 pp., inscribed to Finkel and Urdang from Sward


 
1971:
 
January 12 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Sweet, Nan Frederick, 1927-, American author.
 
1975:
 
October 12 ((TLS, 2p))
 
Swenson, May, 1919-, American author.
 
1963:
 
July 26 ((TLS, 2p))
 
Urdang, Constance, 1922-, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((An, 2p))
 
[1961]:
 
August ((ACS, 1p);)
 
[August] ((ALS, 4p);)
 
[August] ((TLS, An, 3p);)
 
[August] ((TL, 2p);)
 
[August] ((ALS, 2p);)
 
[August] ((ALS, 2p);)
 
[August] [8] ((ACS, 1p);)
 
August 14 ((ALS, 2p);)
 
[August] [16] ((ACS, 1p))
 
Van Duyn, Mona Jane, 1921-, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((ALS, 3p);)
 
((ALS, 5p);)
 
((ALS, 2p))
 
[1966]:
 
[September] [29] ((TL, ALS, 2p),)   
Scope: AN on envelope; with enclosures


 
[ca. 1967]:
 
[May] ((TLS, 2p),)   
Scope: With enclosures;


 
May 28 ((ACS, 3p))
 
[1968]:
 
February 29 ((ALS, 4p),)   
Scope: Enc.: Billings and cooings from "The Berkeley Barb" (Want-ad section), [poem], by Van Duyn, Ts, [n.d.], 1 p.;


 
March 10 ((ALS, 2p),)   
Scope: Enc.: Billings and cooings from "The Berkeley Barb" (Want-ad section), [poem], by Van Duyn, Ts(cb), [n.d.], 1 p.;


 
May 21 ((ALS, 2p))
 
[ca. 1970]:
 
((ALS, 7p),)   
Scope: letter is Van Duyn's comments and responses to the manuscript of Garbage Wars and is filed in Series VIII.1


 
Weiss, Theodore Russell, 1916-, American author and editor.
 
1965:
 
January 10 ((ALS, 2p);)
 
February 8 ((TLS, 2p);)
 
April 8 ((ALS, 2p);)
 
June 16 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1967:
 
October 14 ((ALS, 2p))
 
1969:
 
March 7 ((TLS, 2p))
 
1970:
 
March 10 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1971:
 
December 30 ((ALS, 2p))
 
1974:
 
September 7 ((ALS, 2p))
 
Williams, Miller, 1930-, American author.
 
1971:
 
September 9 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 2 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Wykes, Robert, American composer.
 
1976:
 
February 21 ((TLS, 1p))
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I. 2. Business correspondence. (1953-1983) (Finkel I) (ca. 1962 items.)   
Scope: Consists of business correspondence relating to Finkel's career, readings and publishing.


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I. 2. a. General business. Consists of correspondence relating to Finkel's publishing, teaching and readings. (Finkel I) (ca. 1544 items.)
 
Adams, Leonie, 1899-, American author.
 
1959:
 
September 22 ((ACS, 1p),)   
Scope: filed in Ser I.2.f


 
Adams, Phoebe, Lou-, American author and editor.
 
1954:
 
September 4 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
Aldan, Daisy, 1923-, American author and editor.
 
1954:
 
March 26 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1957:
 
May 27 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Armstrong, Harold C, 1891-1943, American author.
 
[n.d.]:
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
Ashman, Richard, American author.
 
[1958]:
 
((ALS, 1p);)
 
July 22 ((ALS, 3p))
 
Barnes, Jim, 1933-, American author.
 
1971:
 
December 28 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Barnet, Sylvan, 1926-, American author.
 
1966:
 
December 13 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Bartlett, Elizabeth, 1911-, American author.
 
1975:
 
October 11 ((ACS, 1p),)   
Scope: written on card with design by Paul Bartlett


 
1977:
 
February 1 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
February 17 ((TLS, 1p))
 
To Editors
 
1961:
 
August 4 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Bartlett, Paul.
 
1974:
 
March 28 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: drawing by Finkel by Bartlett, inscribed


 
Barwell, Jay, editor, Choomia.
 
[n.d.],
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
Bates, Louise, 1912-, American editor.
 
1963:
 
December 16 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Bell, Marvin, 1937-, American author.
 
1967:
 
March ((ALS, 1p),)   
Scope: Our subject death [poem] by Bell in text of letter;


 
March 15 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 27 ((TLS, 1p))
 
[1979]:
 
((TLS, 1p);)
 
January 24 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
January 26 ((TLS, 2p);)
 
February 10 ((TLS, 2p);)
 
February 12 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Bennett, Joseph, 1922-1972, American author.
 
1954:
 
February 20 ((ALS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures;


 
April 8 ((ALS, 2p);)
 
June 6 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1955:
 
November 16 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1956:
 
March 29 ((ALS, 1p);)
 
October 26 ((TL (x) S, 1p);)
 
December 2 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1957:
 
February 14 ((ALS, 1p);)
 
May 2 ((ALS, 1p))
 
[1958]:
 
July 16 ((ALS, 2p);)
 
July 24 ((ACSpag 1))
 
1960:
 
May 13 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1961:
 
September 17 ((ALS, 1p);)
 
November 16 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1963:
 
January 27 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Bensen, Nell, Prairie Schooner.
 
1963:
 
July 5 ((TCS, 1p);)
 
August 2 ((TCS, 1p))
 
Bentley, Beth, 1928-, American author.
 
1977:
 
March 17 ((TLS, 2p))
 
To Editors
 
1962:
 
April 19 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Berg, Stephen, 1934-, American author.
 
1974:
 
April 9 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1977:
 
June 13 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1979:
 
May 16 ((ALS, 1p);)
 
October 5 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Berge, Carol, 1928-, American author.
 
1978:
 
August 28 ((TL (x) S, 1p))
 
Bernays, Anne, 1930-, American author and editor.
 
1953:
 
June 10 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Bertolino, James, 1942-, American author.
 
1977:
 
November 26 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Binney, Frank, American editor. ((TLS, 1p))
 
1977:
 
March 8 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
June 22 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Binni, Francesco, Italian editor.
 
[1975]:
 
[July] [17] ((ACS, 1p))
 
Bloustein, Edward J, 1925-, American author.
 
1966:
 
April 26 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Blum, Margaret, American author.
 
1975:
 
June 30 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Boer, Charles, 1939-, American author.
 
To Editors
 
1960:
 
January 15 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Bogan, Louise, 1897-1970, American author.
 
1968:
 
January 21 ((ACS, 1p))
 
Booth, Philip E, 1925-, American author.
 
1967:
 
May 23 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
June 14 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1979:
 
December 18 ((TCS, 1p))
 
Bourjaily, Vance Nye, 1922-, American author.
 
1953:
 
May 6 ((TLS, 2p))
 
Bowen, Robert O, 1920-, American author.
 
To Gardner, John Champlin, 1933-1982, American author
 
1959:
 
December 16 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Boyars, Arthur, Mandrake.
 
1954:
 
April 14 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Brower, Brock, 1931-, American author.
 
1964:
 
June 3 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Brown, Rosellen, 1939-, American author.
 
[n.d.]:
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
Browne, Michael Dennis, 1940-, American author.
 
1971:
 
October 13 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
1974:
 
October 26 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Brucker, Roger Warren, 1929-, American author.
 
1977:
 
September 1 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
December 23 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1978:
 
March 20 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1979:
 
February 24 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
Buddle, Shirley, Scott Polar Research Institute.
 
1979:
 
May 30 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Bullis, Jerald Leroy, 1944-, American author.
 
1974:
 
December 5 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1975:
 
March 18 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Burford, William, 1927-, American author.
 
1959:
 
July 27 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Burkard, Michael, 1947-, American editor.
 
[1974]:
 
March 9 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 2 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
June 14 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Burns, Gerald P, 1918-, American author.
 
1966:
 
August 19 ((TL, 1p),)   
Scope: What the hell, everybody else is [poem] by Burns in text of letter; enc.: ALS from Burns; The Midwest Confest [poem] and The knee to the groin, a critical fable [poem] by Burns on verso


 
[n.d.]:
 
((ACS, 3p))
 
Cargas, Harry J, 1932-, American author.
 
[1973]:
 
((ALS, 1p);)
 
October 1 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Caskie, Marion Maxwell, 1890-1960, American editor.
 
1957:
 
May 30 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Causley, Charles, 1917-, British author.
 
1964:
 
May 3 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Chatfield, Hale, 1936-, American author.
 
1966:
 
July 28 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Chaves, Jonathan, 1943-, American author and translator.
 
1978:
 
April 17 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: The cave of the jade city, [poem], by T'ao Wang-ling, translated by Jonathan Chaves, Ts(cb), [n.d.], 3 pp.


 
Cheuse, Alan, 1940-, American author.
 
1977:
 
November 9 ((ACS, 1p))
 
Ciardi, John, 1916-, American author.
 
1959:
 
June 4 ((ALS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
Clark, Basil A.
 
1983:
 
January 3 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 8 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
July 5 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Cole, Andrew Thomas, 1933-, American author.
 
1953:
 
October 24 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1954:
 
May 4 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
June 19 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Cole, William, 1919-, American author.
 
1966:
 
November 8 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1967:
 
February 23 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
Commanday, Robert P.
 
To Snyder, Gary, 1930-, American author
 
1978:
 
January 9 ((TLS(x), 2p),)   
Scope: filed with ALS to Finkel from Snyder, [1978: ca. Feb.


 
Constantin, Mary, American author.
 
[1976]:
 
February!6 ((ALS, 2p))
 
Contoski, Victor, 1936-, American author.
 
1979:
 
May 22 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
September 4 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1980:
 
January 23 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Cook, Albert Spaulding, 1925-, American author.
 
To Gardner, John Champlin, 1933-1982, American author
 
1959:
 
December 3 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Corman, Cid, 1924-, American author.
 
1953:
 
March 21 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Costello, James A, En Passant Poetry Quarterly.
 
1975:
 
November 28 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Coxe, Louis, 1918-, American author.
 
1974:
 
May 29 ((ACS, 1p))
 
Crenner, James T, 1938-, American author.
 
[n.d.]:
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
Cruff, Mary Ellen, Jewish Community Center.
 
1972:
 
May 24 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Curley, Daniel, 1918-, American author and editor.
 
1979:
 
May 5 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1982:
 
April 8 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Dana, Robert Patrick, 1929-, American author.
 
1974:
 
July 21 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: July 4th, 1972, [poem], by Dana, Ts(x), [n.d.], 1 p.


 
Davison, Peter, 1928-, American author.
 
1962:
 
April 3 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1963:
 
February 14 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Day, Richard.
 
1959:
 
June 2 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Delbanco, Nicholas, 1942-, American author.
 
[1974-75],
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
1971:
 
December 7 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1975:
 
July 30 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 9 ((TLS, 1p))
 
DeRemigis, John J.
 
1967:
 
August 15 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Deutsch, Babette, 1895-1982, American author.
 
1970:
 
June 24 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Dickey, James, 1923-, American author.
 
1963:
 
August 10 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Dickey, R(obert) P(reston), 1936-, American author.
 
1958:
 
September 23 ((TLS, 2p))
 
1966:
 
July 31 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Dobyns, Stephen, 1941-, American author.
 
1965:
 
August 17 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 1 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Drum, Dennis.
 
[1977]:
 
[November] ((TLS, 1p))
 
Dunning, Stephen, 1924-, American author.
 
1962:
 
August 20 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
September 21 ((TLS, 1p))
 
To Dunning, Stephen
 
1963:
 
November 27 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
Dyer, Lisa.
 
1955:
 
September 16 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
December 6 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Eaton, Casindania P.
 
1980:
 
April 3 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Eaton, Charles Edward, 1916-, American author.
 
To Urdang, Constance Henriette, 1922-, American author
 
1963:
 
May 28 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Eberl, Galen.
 
1963:
 
September 11 ((TLS, 2p))
 
1964:
 
February 28 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures;


 
March 18 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Edens, Walter, Accent.
 
[n.d.],
 
((ALS, 1p);)
 
((ALS, 1p))
 
Editor.
 
[1957]:
 
[March] [25] ((TC, 1p))
 
Editors.
 
1957:
 
April 11 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
Edson, Russell, 1945-, American author.
 
1961:
 
December 3 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1962:
 
February 21 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 24 ((TLS, 2p))
 
1963:
 
July 31 ((TCS, 1p))
 
Eigner, Edwin M, 1931-, American author.
 
1965:
 
November 1 ((TLS, 1p))   
Scope: With enclosures


 
Elliot, George P, 1918-1980, American author.
 
To Gardner, John Champlin, 1933-1982, American author
 
1960:
 
May 31 ((Tl (cb) S, 1p))   
Scope: With enclosures


 
Elliott, George P, 1918-1980, American author.
 
1960:
 
March 7 ((ALS, 1p))
 
To Urdang, Constance, 1922-, American author
 
1960:
 
January 5 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Ellis, James D, 1935-, American author.
 
1967:
 
March 11 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 7 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 14 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Ellison, Miriam T.
 
1959:
 
February 10 ((TLS, 1p))   
Scope: With enclosures


 
Elman, Richard, 1934-, American author.
 
1975:
 
December 12 ((ALS, 2p))
 
Engle, Paul Hamilton, 1908-, American author.
 
1959:
 
September 14 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1960:
 
April 15 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1972:
 
August 8 ((TLS, 1p))   
Scope: Enc.: The great wave: Hokusai, [poem], by Finkel, translated into Polish by Teresa Truskowska, Ts(cb), 1972: June 30, 2 pp.; inscribed to Finkel from Truskowska.


 
Erwin, Timothy, Chicago Reviews.
 
((ALS, 1p))   
Scope: written on verso of Monet's lilies shuddering, [poemcard], by Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Chicago, IL, Chicago Review, 1975


 
Everwine, Peter, 1930-, American author.
 
1974:
 
February 17 ((ALS, 1p);)
 
March 6 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Fairfax, John, 1930-, American author.
 
1967:
 
April 19 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Falk, Marcia, American author.
 
1977:
 
December 11 ((ACS, 1p))   
Scope: on verso of Eating an apple, [poemcard], by Malka Heifetz Tussman, translated from the Yiddish by Marcia Falk, Binghamton, NY, The Bellevue Press, 1975


 
Felderman, Eric, 1944-, American author.
 
[1976]:
 
[ca.February] ((ALS, 1p))
 
Feldman, Irving, 1928-, American author.
 
1975:
 
November 3 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Field, Edward, 1924-, American author.
 
[1976]:
 
November 14 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1978:
 
February 1 ((TL(x)S, 1p))
 
February 20 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Finkel, Donald, 1929-, American author
 
1958:
 
September 7 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Alley, Barbara
 
1959:
 
September 19 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Amico, Samuel
 
1976:
 
March 15 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Antarctican Society Newsletter
 
1976:
 
February 19 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Bates, Louise, 1912-, American editor
 
1963:
 
November 27 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Bell, Marvin, 1937-, American author
 
1979:
 
January 27 ((TLS, 1p))
 
To Buddle, Shirley
 
1979:
 
June 29 ((TLS(x), 1p))   
Scope: With enclosures


 
To Campbell, Alistair
 
1964:
 
January 13 ((TLS, 1p))
 
To Churcher, Claire
 
1973:
 
October 30 ((TLS(x), 1p))
 
To Clay, Marianne
 
1976:
 
March 13 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Contoski, Victor, 1936-, American author
 
[1979]:
 
[May] [ca. 22] ((TL, 1p))
 
To Cruff, Mary Ellen
 
1972:
 
March 28 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Davison, Peter, 1928-, American author
 
1963:
 
February 5 ((TL, 1p))
 
To Eaton, Casindania P
 
1980:
 
March 22 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Ford, Harry, 1918-, American editor
 
1974:
 
December 25 ((TL(cb), 1p))   
Scope: With enclosures


 
1977:
 
July 21 ((TL(cb), 1p);)
 
December 4 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
1978:
 
January 20 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Gardner, John Champlin, 1933-1982, American author
 
1959:
 
November 30 ((TLS, AN, 1p))
 
[n.d.]:
 
((Tl(cb), 1p))
 
To Hoffman, Daniel G, 1923-, American author
 
1959:
 
December 31 ((TL(cb), AN, 1p))
 
To Hosmon, Robert Stahr
 
1972:
 
May 23 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Jackson, Richard
 
1978:
 
June 22 ((TLS(x), 1p))   
Scope: Enc.: [Interview with Donald Finkel], Ts, Ts(x), [1978], 10 pp., interview conducted by Richard Jackson.


 
To Kamm, Antony
 
1963:
 
October 25 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Keating, Janet
 
1974:
 
September 7 ((TL(cb)))
 
To Kemp, Lysander Schaffer, 1920-, American author and translator
 
[1961]:
 
March 31 ((TL(cb), 2p);)
 
June 2 ((TL(cb), 2p))
 
To King, H G R
 
1977:
 
November 14 ((TLS(x), 1p))
 
1978:
 
February 10 ((TLS(x), 1p))
 
To Kizer, Carolyn Ashley, 1925-, American author
 
1963:
 
March 22 ((TL(cb), 4p))
 
To Kray, Elizabeth
 
1963:
 
September 3 ((TL(cb), 1p);)
 
September 14 ((TL(cb), 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
To Larsen, Ann
 
1974:
 
June 29 ((TL, 1p))
 
To Mainzer, Susie
 
1972:
 
March 2 ((TLS(x), 2p))
 
To McCracken, Ralph E
 
1976:
 
September 1 ((TLS(x), 1p))
 
To Mills, Margaret M
 
1980:
 
March 22 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Morris, Alton C
 
1976:
 
September 1 ((TLS(x), 1p))
 
To MSS, Contributors
 
[n.d.]:
 
((TL(mim), 1p))
 
To Muir, A Laurence
 
1965:
 
March 9 ((TL(cb), 1p);)
 
March 30 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To National Endowment for the Arts
 
1974:
 
August 21 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Paterson, Anne
 
1978:
 
March 17 ((TLS(x), 1p))
 
To Pearson, Harry W
 
1966:
 
February 6 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Quinn, Alice
 
1975:
 
March 5 ((TLS(x), 1p))
 
To Rentsch, Gail
 
1972:
 
May 23 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Rosenthal
 
1963:
 
October 14 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Schulman, Grace, American author
 
1976:
 
February 22 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Smeltzer, Diana
 
1980:
 
April 7 ((TLS(x), 1p))
 
To Starbuck, George, 1931-, American author
 
1958:
 
July 2 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Stern, Richard G, 1928-, American author
 
1981:
 
May 16 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To [Sward], [Robert], 1933-, American author
 
1963:
 
September 14 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Turco, Lewis, 1934-, American author
 
1963:
 
October 14 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Van Winckel, Nance
 
1979:
 
January 18 ((TLS(x), 1p))
 
To Wagoner, David, 1926-, American author
 
1979:
 
January 18 ((TLS(x), 1p))
 
To Waskow, Betty
 
1976:
 
March 15 ((TL(cb)))
 
To Wheelock, John Hall, 1886-1978, American author and editor
 
1958:
 
May 18 ((TL(cb), 1p);)
 
July 21 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
1959:
 
March 31 ((TL(cb), 2p);)
 
May 3 ((TL(cb), 2p);)
 
May 11 ((TL(cb), 1p);)
 
May 18 ((TL(cb), 2p);)
 
September 8 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: text also contains Wheelock's ALS reply dated 1959 9 10


 
To Wiley, Autrey Nell
 
[n.d.]:
 
((AL, 1p))
 
To William Heinemann Ltd. Permissions Dept.
 
1977:
 
November 14 ((TLS(x), 1p))
 
To Witte, George
 
[1980]:
 
August 26 ((TL, 1p))
 
To Youngstrom, Elizabeth
 
1963:
 
October 18 ((TL(cb), 1p);)
 
October 25 ((TL(cb), 1p);)
 
November 22 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
1964:
 
January 13 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
Fitzsimmons, Thomas, 1926-, American author.
 
[n.d.]:
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
Flaherty, Douglas Ernest, 1939-, American author.
 
1965:
 
November 22 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1966:
 
January 15 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: The flute player [poem], by Flaherty, Ts, [1966], 1 p.;


 
May 24 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Ford, Harry, 1918-, American editor.
 
1967:
 
August 1 ((TLS, AN, 1p);)
 
September 22 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 10 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures;


 
December 20 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1968:
 
January 8 ((TLS, AN, 1p))
 
1973:
 
January 16 ((TLS, AN, 1p);)
 
September 7 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1974:
 
February 21 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 21 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
July 12 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures;


 
July 24 ((TLS, 2p);)
 
December 16 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1975:
 
March 26 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 13 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
September 2 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
September 26 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
November 13 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
December 9 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures;


 
[ca.May] ((TNS, 1p))
 
1976:
 
March 11 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 17 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
June 25 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1977:
 
January 24 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
June 6 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
December 9 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
December 27 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1978:
 
January 25 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
February 2 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
June 8 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1979:
 
April 24 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
[ca.March] ((ANS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
1980:
 
March 24 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
September 15 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
September 29 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1981:
 
February 6 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 22 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
July 8 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
July 27 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
August 11 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
September 23 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1983:
 
July 13 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
August 4 ((TLS, 1p))
 
To Switzer, Susan M
 
1975:
 
December 31 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Urdang, Constance, 1922-, American author
 
1976:
 
April 15 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Freedman, Ralph, 1920-, American author.
 
1957:
 
August 23 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Friebert, Stuart, Field.
 
[n.d.],
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
Fuller, John Grant, 1913-, British author.
 
[1962]:
 
((ALS, 2p);)
 
August 20 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
September 7 ((ALS, 2itm 1p))
 
Galler, David, 1929-, American author.
 
1960:
 
January 7 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Galvin, James, 1951-, American editor.
 
1975:
 
September 10 ((TX(x), 1p);)
 
December 12 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Gardner, Isabella Stewart, 1915-1981, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((ANS, 1p))
 
Gardner, John Champlin, 1933-1982, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((TLS, 3p);)
 
((TLS, AN, 2p);)
 
((TLS, 2p);)
 
((TLS, 1p);)
 
((TLS, 1p);)
 
((ALS, 1p);)
 
((TLS, 4p);)
 
((TLS, AN, 1p);)
 
((TLS, 2p);)
 
((TLS, AN, 3p),)   
Scope: Enc.: fragment of poem, There was love (fl), by unidentified author;


 
((ALS, 1p);)
 
((TLS, 1p);)
 
((TL, 1p);)
 
((TLS, 1p);)
 
((TLS, 1p);)
 
((TLS, 2p))
 
[1960]:
 
[January] [13] ((ACS, 1p);)
 
June 4 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
December 29 ((TLS, AN, 2p))
 
1961:
 
May 1 ((TLS, AN, 2p))
 
[1963]:
 
[January] [3] ((TLS, 1p))
 
[n.d.]:
 
((TN, 1p))
 
To Elliott, George P(aul), 1918-1980, American author
 
1960:
 
May 22 ((TLS, 2p),)   
Scope: filed with letter from Elliott to Gardner, 1960: May 31


 
To Jerome, Judson, 1927-, American author.
 
[n.d.]:
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
Garrett, George P, 1929-, American author.
 
1962:
 
November 11 ((ALS, 1p))
 
[n.d.]:
 
((ALS, 2p))
 
Gildner, Gary, 1938-, American author.
 
[1974]:
 
July 9 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1975:
 
November 11 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1980:
 
March 25 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Gilman, Roger, Chicago Review.
 
1975:
 
May 14 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Glass, Malcolm Sanford, 1936-, American author.
 
1975:
 
June 24 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Glauber, Robert H, Beloit Poetry Journal.
 
1954:
 
April 13 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Gold, Herbert, 1924-, American author.
 
[1973]:
 
[June] ((TCS, 1p))
 
Goldbarth, Albert, 1948-, American author.
 
[1974]:
 
September 10 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
September 23 ((TLS, 1p))
 
[1975]:
 
((TLS, 1p);)
 
June 18 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
November 18 ((TLS, 1p))
 
[1977]:
 
November 18 ((TLS, 1p))
 
[1978]:
 
March 12 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 24 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 9 ((TLS, 1p))
 
[1979]:
 
[May] [18] ((ACS, 1p))
 
[1981]:
 
((ACS, 1p);)
 
[May] ((ACS, 1p);)
 
December 6 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
December 25 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: Typed on recto of TLS to Goldbarth from Finkel, 1981: Dec. 10


 
Green, Galen, 1949-, American author.
 
1973:
 
September 17 ((TCS, 1p))
 
Greenstein, Milton, The New Yorker.
 
1970:
 
March 31 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Griffith, E V, 1927-, American author.
 
1974:
 
December 10 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1975:
 
February 19 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 14 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1977:
 
June 20 ((ALS, 1p);)
 
June 26 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1980:
 
February 6 ((ALS, 2p))
 
1982:
 
January 20 ((ALS, 2p))
 
Guenther, Charles, 1920-, American author.
 
[1975]:
 
August 5 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: TL(x)S form letter, 1 p.


 
1976:
 
March 1 ((TLS, 1p))
 
To MSS
 
1963:
 
January 14 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
July 25 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Hack, Richard, Space Age Review.
 
1978:
 
April 13 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Hall, Donald Andrew, 1928-, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((ALS, 2p);)
 
((ALS, 1p);)
 
((ALS, 1p))
 
Halpern, Daniel, 1945-, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((TLS, 1p);)
 
((ALS, 1p))
 
1971:
 
January 15 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 29 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 8 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1973:
 
February 18 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
December 6 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Hammond, Florence, Botteghe Oscure.
 
1960:
 
March 25 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Hammond, Mac, 1926-, American author.
 
1972:
 
March 19 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Harper, Michael Steven, 1938-, American author.
 
1971:
 
November 5 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1972:
 
March 7 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 16 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 28 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1974:
 
April 9 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
1975:
 
September 30 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Harris, Steve.
 
[1978]:
 
((ALS, 2p))
 
Hathaway, Baxter L, 1909-, American author.
 
1976:
 
December 21 ((TL(x)S, 1p))
 
[n.d.]:
 
((ANS, TNS, 6p),)   
Scope: 6 rejection notes


 
Hecht, Anthony Evan, 1923-, American author.
 
1966:
 
October 10 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1974:
 
November 2 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
December 11 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1975:
 
January 17 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1979:
 
December 3 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Heidenry, John.
 
1976:
 
August 3 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1977:
 
March 19 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 19 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Heitholt, David, The Vanderbilt Poetry Review.
 
1977:
 
September 12 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Herz, Bob, Seneca Review.
 
1979:
 
February 9 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Heyen, William, American author.
 
1974:
 
April 3 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1975:
 
April 23 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Heyman, Mark, The Gramercy Review.
 
1979:
 
August 15 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Himmelstein, Rosely.
 
1959:
 
January 16 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Hitchcock, George, 1914-, American author.
 
1973:
 
February 25 ((ALS, 1p);)
 
October 9 ((TLS, 1p))
 
[1974]:
 
((ALS, 1p);)
 
February 10 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1977:
 
May 22 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1978:
 
October 4 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1982:
 
January 6 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
February 5 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Hoffman, Daniel G, 1923-, American author.
 
1959:
 
October 19 ((TLS, 2p))
 
1961:
 
May 1 ((TLS, 2p))
 
1966:
 
February 17 ((ACS, 1p))
 
1974:
 
March 13 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 15 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Holden, Jonathan, 1941-, American author.
 
1979:
 
March 26 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Hood, Ed.
 
[n.d.]:
 
((TC, 3p),)   
Scope: 3 rejection notes


 
Howard, Richard, 1929-, American author.
 
1967:
 
July 14 ((ACS, 1p);)
 
July 26 ((TCS, 1p))
 
[1968]:
 
[April] ((ACS, 1p))
 
Hudspeth, Frances H.
 
1959:
 
September 23 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1960:
 
July 7 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Hughes, S.
 
1954:
 
February 8 ((TN(cb)S, 1p))
 
Hyman, Stanley Edgar, 1919-1970, American author.
 
1965:
 
September 22 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
November 26 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
December 8 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
December 14 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1966:
 
January 5 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
February 2 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 22 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 12 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 27 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 6 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Ignatow, David, 1914-, American author.
 
1966:
 
November 29 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Irwin, John Thomas, 1940-, American author.
 
1976:
 
March 26 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
June 17 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Jabbour, Michael.
 
1976:
 
April 19 ((ALS, 1p);)
 
August 30 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Jackson, Richard.
 
[1974]:
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
[1978]:
 
[ca.June] ((ALS, 1p))
 
1982:
 
November 22 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
[ca.December] ((TLS, 1p))
 
Jaffe, Dan, 1933-, American author.
 
1962:
 
October 26 ((telegram, 1p);)
 
[November] [9] ((ACS, 1p))
 
1964:
 
September 27 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Johnson, Richard S, Northeast Review.
 
1958:
 
May 4 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
August 4 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Joost, Nicholas.
 
1953:
 
November 10 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Justice, Donald, 1925-, American author.
 
1965:
 
July 2 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1966:
 
July 15 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
November 1 ((ACS, 1p))
 
1975:
 
September 9 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Kamm, Antony.
 
1964:
 
April 3 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Kanfer, Elizabeth.
 
1965:
 
July 12 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
Kansas City Star, Editors.
 
[n.d.]:
 
((TC, 2p))
 
Kaplan, Harold, 1916-, American author.
 
1966:
 
June 23 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Keeley, Edmund, 1928-, American author.
 
1967:
 
June 20 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Kemp, Lysander Schaffer, 1920-, American author and translator.
 
1960:
 
February 11 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 25 ((TL, 1p))
 
1961:
 
January 3 ((TLS, 2p);)
 
March 3 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 3 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 10 ((TLS, AN, 1p);)
 
June 14 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
September 15 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: AN from Finkel;


 
October 25 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 30 ((1p))
 
1962:
 
April 6 ((TLS, 2p))
 
Kennedy, X J, 1929-, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((TL(x)S, 1p);)
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
1961:
 
September 23 ((TLS, 2p))
 
[1962]:
 
March 31 ((TCS, 1p))
 
1966:
 
October 19 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1973:
 
November 9 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1977:
 
February 28 ((ALS, 1p))
 
[n.d.]:
 
((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
King, H G R, Scott Polar Research Institute.
 
1977:
 
October 17 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1979:
 
July 6 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Kizer, Carolyn Ashley, 1925-, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((ALS, 2p))
 
1962:
 
March 10 ((TLS, AN, 1p);)
 
April 17 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 26 ((TCS, AN, 1p);)
 
September 28 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 30 ((TLS, 2p))
 
1963:
 
March 15 ((TLS, 2p))
 
1964:
 
April 24 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 9 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1965:
 
January 3 ((TCS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures;


 
October 6 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
December 30 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1966:
 
August 22 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 10 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures;


 
November 14 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
November 30 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1967:
 
November 15 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1980:
 
March 18 ((ALS, 1p))
 
To Coriden, Guy
 
1971:
 
October 5 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
To Williams, Galen
 
1967:
 
October 4 ((TLS(x), 1p))
 
Koller, James, 1936-, American author.
 
1972:
 
March 30 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 11 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
July 20 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1978:
 
February 20 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Kray, Elizabeth., Academy of American Poets
 
1962:
 
February 7 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures;


 
March 8 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1963:
 
September 11 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1965:
 
May 20 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
[September] [17] ((ACS, 1p))
 
1968:
 
January 26 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Kumin, Maxine, 1925-, American author.
 
1979:
 
February 2 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Langland, Joseph, 1917-, American author.
 
[n.d.]:
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
Lea, Sydney, 1942-, American author.
 
[1979]:
 
August 8 ((ALS, 1p);)
 
September 6 ((TLS, 1p))
 
[1981]:
 
July 17 ((TLS, 1p))
 
[1982]:
 
February 16 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Leary, Paris, 1931-, American author.
 
1964:
 
February 17 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
June 9 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Leavens, Thomas R., Lawyers for the Creative Arts.
 
1976:
 
October 7 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Legler, Philip, 1928-, American author.
 
1963:
 
October 19 ((TLS, 1p))
 
To Urdang, Constance Henriette, 1922-, American author
 
1963:
 
August 14 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Levertov, Denise, 1923-, American author.
 
1953:
 
November 13 ((ALS, 3p);)
 
December 1 ((ALS, 2p))
 
[n.d.]:
 
((ALS, 2p))
 
Levis, Larry Patrick, 1946-, American author.
 
1977:
 
April 28 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1979:
 
March 18 ((TLS, 1p))
 
L'Heureux, John Clarke, 1934-, American author.
 
1969:
 
June 27 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1983:
 
March 15 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 31 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Lindenau, Judith Wood, 1941-, American author.
 
1967:
 
February 6 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: draft of [artist's statement] by Finkel


 
Lourdeaux, Lee, Chicago Review.
 
1976:
 
April 2 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Low, David, The American Poetry Review.
 
1979:
 
October 3 ((1p))
 
MacKenzie, Rachel, 1909-1980, American author.
 
1960:
 
February 1 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 25 ((TLS, 1p))
 
MacKenzie, Ruth, Carleton Miscellany.
 
1963:
 
January 31 ((TLS, 1p))
 
MacShane, Frank, 1927-, American author.
 
1968:
 
June 10 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 22 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 29 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
December ((TLS, 1p))
 
1969:
 
April 10 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 30 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1973:
 
November 30 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Malamud, Bernard, 1914-, American author.
 
To Watson, Richard, American author and educator
 
1982:
 
January 25 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Marcus, Morton, 1936-, American author.
 
1960:
 
March 18 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 18 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
June 3 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1972:
 
September 22 ((TLS, 1p))
 
To Urdang, Constance, 1922-, American author
 
[n.d.]:
 
((TLS, 5p))
 
Margolis, Gary, 1945-, American author.
 
1974:
 
February 18 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Mariani, Paul Louis, 1940-, American author.
 
1974:
 
July 24 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1979:
 
December 12 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Marsh, Willard, 1922-1970, American author.
 
1960:
 
January 30 ((TLS, 2p))
 
Marten, Harry Neil, 1916-, American author.
 
[n.d.]
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
[1974]:
 
October 4 ((TLS, 1p))
 
[1975]:
 
((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: TN by Finkel


 
[1977]:
 
[December] ((ALS, 4p);)
 
December ((TLS, AN, 3p))
 
Matchett, William H, 1923-, American author.
 
1965:
 
February 25 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Matthews, William Proctor, 1942-, American author.
 
1971:
 
March 17 ((TCS, 1p))
 
Meer, Marilyn, 1923-, American author.
 
1965:
 
January 20 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Meredith, William, 1919-, American author.
 
1960:
 
March 29 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Merker, Kim K., The Windhover Press.
 
1967:
 
June 5 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Merwin, William Stanley, 1927-, American author.
 
1960:
 
January 20 ((TL, 2p);)
 
January 22 ((TNS, 1p))
 
Metz, Betty Ann.
 
To Merrill, James Ingram, 1926-, American author
 
1964:
 
February 10 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: ANS from Merrill to Finkel on recto


 
Mezey, Robert, 1935-, American author.
 
[1975-75],
 
((TLS, 1p);)
 
((TLS, 1p);)
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
[1970]:
 
[November] [25] ((TLS, 1p))
 
[Summer]
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
[1975]:
 
November 26 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Michaelson, Louis W, 1920-, American author.
 
1976:
 
May 14 ((TLS, 1p))
 
[n.d.]:
 
((TN, 1p))
 
Miller, Paul W, 1926-, American author.
 
1963:
 
April 30 ((ALS, 2p))
 
Moore, Richard, 1927-, American author.
 
1983:
 
June 17 ((ALS, 1p),)   
Scope: Written on verso of TLS(x) to Moore from John Gardner, 1982: March 25, 1 p; enc.: bPhotocopies of cover for Moore's book, The education of a mouse, 3 pp.;


 
July 29 ((ALS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: bphotocopy of ad for Moore's book Empires


 
Morgan, Frederick, 1922-, American author.
 
1954:
 
October 4 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1955:
 
September 13 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Morris, Harry Caesar, 1924-, American author.
 
1961:
 
September 22 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Moss, Howard, 1922-, American author.
 
1958:
 
May 2 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1961:
 
August 21 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1965:
 
March 2 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 17 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 24 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 2 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
September 21 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1969:
 
February 4 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
February 18 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
November 28 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
1974:
 
March 1 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 14 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 2 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: signed for Moss by "NG";


 
May 10 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 14 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
1975:
 
January 21 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 11 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1978:
 
October 10 ((TLS, 1p))
 
[n.d.]:
 
((ANS, ALS, 3p),)   
Scope: 3 rejection notes


 
Nash, Ralph, 1925-, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((ALS, 1p))
 
Neider, Charles, 1915-, American author.
 
1970:
 
October 4 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 20 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Nemerov, Howard, 1920-, American author.
 
1966:
 
September 21 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
November 18 ((TLS, 1p))
 
To Urdang, Constance, 1922-, American author
 
1960:
 
January 13 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 24 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Newman, Charles Hamilton, 1938-, American author.
 
1967:
 
June 30 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
August 10 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
November 10 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Nims, John Frederick, 1913-, American author.
 
1960:
 
December 5 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1961:
 
March 3 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Noll, Bink, 1927-, American author.
 
1967:
 
November 9 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Novak, Michael Paul, 1935-, American author.
 
1972:
 
January 12 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
February 2 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
February 28 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 8 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Nyren, Dorothy, The Volusia Review.
 
1953:
 
November 28 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1955:
 
September 3 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Nyren, Karl, The Volusia Review.
 
[1953]:
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
Orrego, Carmen, Spanish author.
 
1978:
 
April 17 ((ALS, 2p))
 
Pack, Robert M, 1929-, American author.
 
[1953-54],
 
((TL, 1p))
 
1954:
 
May 18 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1956:
 
April 9 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1968:
 
October 30 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1973:
 
September 21 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1974:
 
November 5 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
November 14 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1975:
 
January 28 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 2 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 12 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
November 3 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Parker, Stephen, American author.
 
1972:
 
April 18 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 4 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 26 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
July 10 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1973:
 
February 26 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Parrott, Jerry, Rain.
 
1971:
 
February 11 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 4 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Pauker, John S, 1920-, American author.
 
To MSS, Editors
 
1962:
 
April 2 ((TLS, 1p))
 
To Urdang, Constance Henriette, 1922-, American author
 
1962:
 
May 6 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Petrie, Paul James, 1928-, American author.
 
To Gardner, John Champlin, 1933-1982, American author
 
1960:
 
May 22 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Pinsky, Robert, 1940-, American author.
 
1981:
 
December 8 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Planz, Allen, 1937-, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
[1967]:
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
Plumly, Stanley Ross, 1939-, American author.
 
1974:
 
January 28 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Quinn, Kerker, American editor.
 
[n.d.],
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
Rago, Henry Anthony, 1915-1969, American author and editor.
 
[n.d.],
 
((1p);)
 
((ALS, 2p);)
 
((TLS, 1p);)
 
((ALS, 2p);)
 
((ANS, 1p);)
 
((ANS, 1p))
 
1956:
 
November 2 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1956-11-2:
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
1957:
 
August 5 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
August 7 ((ACS, 1p))
 
1958:
 
April 14 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 14 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
June 30 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1959:
 
June 30 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1962:
 
February 16 ((TNS, 1p);)
 
February 16 ((TNS, 1p);)
 
February 23 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 8 ((TNS, 1p);)
 
May 8 ((TNS, 1p))
 
1963:
 
December 19 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1964:
 
March 11 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 11 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 11 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures;


 
May 13 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1965:
 
February 18 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 3 ((TCS, 2p))
 
1966:
 
March 7 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Raiziss, Sonia, Chelsea Review.
 
1961:
 
September 6 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Ramke, Bin, The Ohio Review.
 
1973:
 
August 27 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Ramsey, Paul, 1924-, American author.
 
1961:
 
June 17 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1962:
 
April 17 ((ACS, 1p);)
 
June 19 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Ray, David, 1932-, American author.
 
1956:
 
December 10 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1973:
 
April 4 ((TCS, 1p))
 
Ritchie, Elisavietta, 1932-.
 
1982:
 
October 8 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Robin, Ralph, 1914-, American author.
 
1961:
 
July 17 ((ALS, 1p))
 
To Editors
 
1961:
 
June 2 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Rosenthal, M L (Macha Louis), 1917-, American author and editor.
 
1959:
 
May 19 ((ALS, 2p))
 
1960:
 
April 10 ((ALS, 2p))
 
1963:
 
June 27 ((ACS, 1p))
 
Ryan, Rick, 1946-, American author. ((TLS, 1p))
 
1973:
 
February 21 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Santos, Bienvenidos Nuqui, 1911-, Filipino author. ((TLS, 1p))
 
1975:
 
November 19 ((TN, 1p))
 
Schott, Webster, 1927-, American author.
 
1963:
 
January 18 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
February 22 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 6 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 20 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Schuldiner, Michael, Goddard Journal.
 
1968:
 
October 22 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: Finkel's Ts draft of blurb for book by Norman Dubie, 1 p.


 
Schulman, Grace, American author.
 
1975:
 
January 24 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 8 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1976:
 
February 18 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Scouffas, George, 1915-, American editor.
 
1954:
 
April 17 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1955:
 
October 6 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1956:
 
May 26 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1957:
 
February 5 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 23 ((TLS, 1p))
 
To Edelstein, Sanford
 
1953:
 
October 28 ((ALS, 2p))
 
Shelton, Lois, University of Arizona Poetry Center.
 
1979:
 
February 8 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Siegel, Julie, American editor.
 
1975:
 
February 6 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Simpson, Louis, 1923-, American author.
 
1956:
 
October 29 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1975:
 
February 4 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Skinner, Knute Ramsey, 1929-, American author.
 
1966:
 
August 16 ((TLS, 1p))
 
October 21 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1974:
 
July 25 ((ALS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: AC from Skinner


 
1975:
 
June 11 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Smith, Philip M., National Science Foundation.
 
1970:
 
September 14 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
1973:
 
March 28 ((TLS(x), 1p))
 
1975:
 
December 6 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
1979:
 
January 13 ((TLS, 2p))
 
Snodgrass, W D (William De Witt), 1926-, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
Snyder, Gary, 1930-, American author.
 
1971:
 
May 18 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1976:
 
January 15 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1978:
 
March 28 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
[ca.February] ((ALS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
[1979]:
 
[January] [25] ((ACS, 1p),)   
Scope: Written on verso of 24.IV. 40075 3:30 PM n. of (f.1.) by Gary Snyder, [poemcard], California, PA, The Unspeakable Visions of the Individual, 1978


 
Sobin, Anthony, 1944-, American author.
 
1975:
 
October 7 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 29 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1982:
 
December 3 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
Sorrentino, Gilbert, 1929-, American author.
 
1967:
 
May 5 ((TLS, 1p))
 
To Hightower, John B
 
1967:
 
April 7 ((TLS(x), 2p);)
 
April 28 ((TLS(x), 1p))
 
Spears, Monroe K, 1916-, American author.
 
1957:
 
June 20 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
November 7 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
November 7 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1961:
 
April 11 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
Sprague, Mary, American painter.
 
1976:
 
February 8 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Sprusinski, Michal, Polish author.
 
1975:
 
January 10 ((TLS);)
 
January 20 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Stafford, William, 1914-, American author.
 
1966:
 
January 29 ((TLS, 1p))
 
To Gardner, John Champlin, 1933-1982, American author
 
1959:
 
December 14 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Stanford, Don D, Jam-to-day.
 
1973:
 
July 3 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
December 5 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Starbuck, George, 1931-, American author.
 
1958:
 
June 30 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
July 15 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1959:
 
June 30 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1966:
 
June 15 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
September 26 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 22 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1967:
 
January 10 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1977:
 
January 21 ((TLS, 1p))
 
[n.d.]:
 
((TLS, 1p);)
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
Stern, Richard G, 1928-, American author.
 
1956:
 
April 4 ((TLS, 1p))
 
[1981]:
 
May 11 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 20 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Stewart, Robert, 1935-, American editor.
 
1979:
 
April 24 ((ALS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures;


 
July 9 ((TCS, 1p))
 
1981:
 
July 28 ((TL(x)S, 1p);)
 
August 18 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 12 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Stout, Rex Todhunter, 1886-1975, American author.
 
1970:
 
November 13 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures;


 
November 25 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Strand, Mark, 1934-, American author.
 
1967:
 
November 22 ((TLS, 1p))
 
[n.d.]:
 
((TLS, 1p);)
 
((TLS, 1p);)
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
Stryk, Lucien, 1924-, American author.
 
1972:
 
March 20 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1973:
 
September 20 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1979:
 
January 19 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: AN to Urdang from Finkel on recto of envelope


 
Stuart, Gaby, The Gramercy Review.
 
1979:
 
March 16 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Swann, Brian, 1940-, American author.
 
1974:
 
December 2 ((ALS, 1p))
 
[1975]:
 
((TLS, 1p);)
 
((TLS, 1p);)
 
[January] ((TLS, 1p);)
 
February 6 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures;


 
February 10 ((ALS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: Ts(mim) list of readings at Cooper Union, Spring 1975


 
To Swann, Brian, 1940-, American author
 
1974:
 
November 27 ((TL(cb), 1p))
 
Sward, Robert, 1933-, American author.
 
1960:
 
January 5 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
January 19 ((TCS, 1p);)
 
March 2 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: Scenes from a text, [poem], by Sward;


 
March 14 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
November 26 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1961:
 
February 16 ((TLS, AN, 1p);)
 
March 28 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 29 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 21 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
July 26 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
September 10 ((TLS, AN, 1p);)
 
September 23 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 18 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1962:
 
February 8 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
February 21 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 21 ((TCS, 1p);)
 
July 26 ((TLS, 2p))
 
1963:
 
March 12 ((TLS, 2p);)
 
March 22 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
September 11 ((TCS, 1p))
 
1964:
 
June 4 ((TCS, 1p))
 
1966:
 
December 15 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1967:
 
January 20 ((TCS, 1p))
 
1969:
 
December 3 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1970:
 
January 22 ((TLS, 1p))
 
[1979]:
 
[October] [12] ((TCS, 1p))
 
Swenson, May, 1919-, American author.
 
[n.d.]:
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
Swope, Linda C.
 
To Atheneum, American publishers
 
1974:
 
March 4 ((TLS(x), 1p))
 
Tagliabue, John, 1923-, American author.
 
1961:
 
July ((ALS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
Tambimuttu, Thurairajah, 1915?-1983, Indian author.
 
1956:
 
October 9 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Taylor, Yesha.
 
1971:
 
October 14 ((TL(x)S, 1p))
 
Thurston, Jarvis A, 1914-, American author and editor.
 
1956:
 
December 31 ((ANS, 1p);)
 
December 31 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1959:
 
October 12 ((TLS, 2p))
 
Trilling, Lionel, 1905-1975, American author.
 
1963:
 
June 29 ((TCS, 1p))
 
Tucker, Robert G.
 
1978:
 
December 28 ((TL(x)S, 2p))
 
Turco, Lewis, 1934-, American author.
 
1961:
 
April 20 ((ALS, 1p);)
 
April 27 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 8 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
June 2 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
June 20 ((ALS, 2p))
 
1962:
 
August 6 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1963:
 
October 23 ((TLS, 1p))
 
[n.d.]:
 
((ALS, 2p);)
 
((TCS, 1p);)
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
Turner, Alberta Tucker, 1919-, American author.
 
1961:
 
February 12 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Urdang, Constance Henriette, 1922-, American author.
 
1963:
 
August 13 ((TCS, 1p))
 
1974:
 
September 7 ((TLS, 1p))
 
To Ford, Harry, 1918-, American editor
 
1974:
 
July 6 ((TLS (x), 1p),)   
Scope: filed in Ser. I.2.a. with TLS to Finkel from Ford, 1974: July 12,


 
Urdang, Laurance.
 
1967:
 
March 1 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Van Duyn, Mona Jane, 1921-, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((ALS, 1p);)
 
((ANS, 1p);)
 
((ANS, 1p);)
 
((ANS, 1p),)   
Scope: inscribed on rejection notice


 
1955:
 
February 14 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1966:
 
July 24 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Van Winckel, Nance.
 
1979:
 
January 9 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Vincent, Mary Louise.
 
1962:
 
January 23 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
August 29 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Vogelsang, Arthur, 1942-, American author.
 
1978:
 
October 26 ((ALS, 1p))
 
von Nickern, Lillian.
 
1962:
 
September 25 ((TNS, 1p))
 
Wachstein, Beata E.
 
1970:
 
July 16 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Wagoner, David, 1926-, American author.
 
[1978]:
 
October 31 ((TL (x) S, 1p))
 
Wakoski, Diane, 1937-, American author.
 
1974:
 
January 16 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Waldrop, Bernard.
 
1962:
 
December 4 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Walker, Dorothea.
 
To Shasta Review, Poetry editor
 
[n.d.]:
 
((TN, 1p))
 
Wallace, Ronald, 1945-, American author.
 
1981:
 
January 30 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1982:
 
October 1 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 20 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
November 4 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
[ca.November] ((ALS, 2p))
 
Walsh, Chad, 1914-, American author.
 
1966:
 
August 24 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Walter, Eugene, Botteghe Oscure.
 
1956:
 
September 22 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1957:
 
December 29 ((TLS, 2p))
 
Walters, E E, Embryo.
 
1954:
 
March 22 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Warren, Robert Penn, 1905-, American author.
 
1974:
 
June 2 ((TCS, 1p))
 
Wasserstrom, WIlliam, Syracuse University.
 
1975:
 
October 24 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Watson, Richard, American author and educator.
 
1977:
 
February 5 ((TLS, 1p))   
Scope: With enclosures


 
To Wykes, Robert, American composer
 
1976:
 
February 13 ((TLS (cb), 1p))
 
Watson, Robert Winthrop, 1925-, American author.
 
To Ford, Harry, 1918-, American editor
 
1982:
 
January 15 ((TLS (x), 1p))
 
Waugh, D T.
 
1956:
 
May 18 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Weekes, Edward, 1898-, American author.
 
1962:
 
July 6 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Weigel, Henrietta.
 
To Gardner, John Champlin, 1933-1982, American author
 
1961:
 
October 25 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Weisenthal, Bill, American author.
 
1968:
 
October 3 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Weiss, Theodore Russell, 1916-, American author and editor.
 
[n.d.],
 
((TNS, 1p);)
 
((TN, AN, 1p);)
 
((TN, AN, 1p))
 
1955:
 
November 14 ((ALS, 2p))
 
1956:
 
June 27 ((ALS, 1p);)
 
July 27 ((ALS, 1p))
 
1960:
 
December 12 ((TLS, AN, 1p))
 
1961:
 
February 12 ((TLS, 2p))
 
1963:
 
October 19 ((ALS, 2p))
 
1964:
 
February 28 ((ALS, 2p);)
 
April 12 ((ALS, 2p);)
 
July 22 ((ALS, 2p))
 
1966:
 
April 14 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 13 ((ALS, 2p))
 
1968:
 
July 8 ((ALS, 2p))
 
1975:
 
January 21 ((ALS, 2p))
 
1976:
 
January 27 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1983:
 
February 16 ((ALS, 2p);)
 
March 30 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Weiss, Theodore (Ted) Russell, 1916-, American author and editor.
 
1975:
 
April 28 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Wellons, Bettie M, Hudson Review.
 
1964:
 
May 27 ((TLS, 1p))
 
West, Ray B, 1908-, American author.
 
1964:
 
May 29 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Wheelock, John Hall, 1886-1978, American author and editor.
 
1958:
 
May 12 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 19 ((ALS, 1p);)
 
May 23 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
July 25 ((ALS, 2p);)
 
October 6 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1959:
 
March 12 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 31 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 3 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 30 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 7 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 24 ((ACS, 1p);)
 
September 10 ((ALS, 1p))   
Scope: filed in Ser. I.2.a. on recto of TLS to Wheelock from Finkel, 1959: Sept. 8


 
1960:
 
October 12 ((ACS, 2p))
 
1959:
 
May 13 ((TLS, 1p))
 
White, Eric W, 1905-, American author.
 
1962:
 
November 23 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
December 19 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Whittemore, Reed, 1919-, American author.
 
[n.d.]:
 
((ALS, 1p))
 
To Urdang, Constance, 1922-, American author
 
1960:
 
January 27 ((TLS, AN, 1p))
 
Wilbers, Steve.
 
1976:
 
March 1 ((TCS, 1p);)
 
July 9 ((TCS, 1p))
 
Williams, Jonathan, American author.
 
1964:
 
December 1 ((TCS, 1p))
 
1966:
 
October 27 ((TCS, 1p))
 
Williams, Miller, 1930-, American author.
 
1971:
 
March 8 ((TL(x)S, 1p);)
 
June 20 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
June 24 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
July 12 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
1972:
 
April 15 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1976:
 
July 6 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Williams, Oscar, 1900-1964, American author.
 
To Aldridge, John W
 
1953:
 
April 18 ((TL(cb), 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
Witte, John.
 
[1983]:
 
((TLS(x), 1p))
 
Wolf, Jack Clifford, 1922-, American author.
 
1975:
 
July 14 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Wright, Charles Penzel, 1935-, American author.
 
1972:
 
October 19 ((TCS, 1p))
 
1973:
 
June 20 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
July 11 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Wykes, Robert, American composer.
 
[1967]:
 
[February] ((TLS, 2p);)
 
[February] ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: concert program, 1967:Feb 12 and photocopy of concert review by Frank Peters, St. Louis Post Dispatch, 1967:Feb 13; concert included work by Wykes incorporating text by Finkel


 
1974:
 
February ((ALS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: TN by Finkel inserted


 
[1975]:
 
[December] [12] ((ANS, 1p),)   
Scope: on verso is TLS to Finkel from Ann Tabler, 1 p


 
Young, David, Field.
 
[n.d.],
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
Young, Leontine R, 1910-, American author.
 
1966:
 
December 15 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Zaranka, William, American author.
 
1976:
 
March 14 ((TLS, 1p))
box-folder   4,/29-32  
I. 2. b. Focus/Midwest. Consists of correspondence and editorial matter (1968-1973) relating to Finkel's editorship of Focus/Midwest. Miscellaneous editorial material, including manuscripts, are in separate folders following correspondence and are listed in Ser. XIII.3.Manuscripts by Others. (Finkel I) (241 items.)
 
Etter, Dave, American author.
 
1969:
 
July 20 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 2 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: biographical notes, Ts, 1 p.


 
Fincke, Gary W, American author.
 
1971:
 
October 16 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Gildner, Gary, 1938-, American author.
 
1969:
 
March 1 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1970:
 
June 24 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: Enc.: Today is Sunday, [poem], by Gildner, Ts, [1970], 1 p.


 
Mariah, Paul, 1937-, American author.
 
1969:
 
May 2 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
June 24 ((TLS, 1p))
 
McAfee, Tom, 1928-, American author.
 
1969:
 
August 2 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Perchik, Simon.
 
1971:
 
September 25 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 30 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1972:
 
September 8 ((TNS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


 
Redmond, Eugene, 1937-, American author.
 
To Schott, Webster, 1927-, American author
 
1968:
 
September 16 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Reeve, F D, 1899-1967, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((ALS, 1p);)
 
((TNS, 1p);)
 
((ALS, 1p))
 
Sherwin, Judith Johnson, 1936-, American author.
 
1968:
 
July 9 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Skinner, Knute Ramsey, 1929-, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((ALS, 2p))
 
1969:
 
March 8 ((ALS, 2p),)   
Scope: Enc.: Ts(mim) resume, 1 p.;


 
July 9 ((ALS, 1p))
 
To Schott, Webster, 1927-, American author
 
1968:
 
October 25 ((ANS, 1p))
 
Stout, Robert Joe, American author.
 
[n.d.],
 
((ANS, 1p))
 
1971:
 
December 10 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Swann, Brian, 1940-, American author.
 
1971:
 
September 17 ((TCS, 1p))
box-folder   4/33  
I. 2. c. Library of Congress International Poetry Festival. Consists of correspondence, drafts of translations, and printed materials relating to the Library of Congress International Poetry Festival (1970:April) at which Finkel read his translations of poems by Francis Ponge. Selected correspondence is listed below. Poems by Ponge are listed in Ser.III.1.Translations by Finkel. (Finkel I) (24 items.)
 
Smith, William Jay, 1918-, American author.
 
1970:
 
January 30 ((TLS, 3p);)
 
February 24 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
February 25 ((TLS, 1p),)   
Scope: With enclosures


box-folder   4/34  
I. 2. d. Pulitzer Prize Committee. Consists of correspondence relating to Finkel's service on the Pulitzer Prize Nominating Jury in Poetry in 1983. Selected correspondence is listed below. (Finkel I) (27 items.)
 
Hugo, Richard, 1923-1982, American author.
 
1982:
 
July 8 ((TLS, 2p))
 
Moss, Howard, 1922-, American author.
 
1982:
 
November 3 ((ACS, 1p))
box-folder   4/35  
I. 2. e. Scribner's. Consists of correspondence between Elizabeth Youngstrom of Scribner's and Finkel relating to royalties for anthologized poems and includes numerous royalty statements (1960-1971). (Finkel I) (26 items.)
box-folder   4/35a  
I. 2. f. Guggenhiem, Foundations. Consists of correspondence relating to the Guggenheim and other foundations. (Finkel I) (71 items.)
box-folder   4/35b  
I. 2. g. Bennington College and Washington University. Consists of correspondence with persons at Bennington College and Washington University. (Finkel I) (29 items.)
box-folder   5-12/36-103  
II. Poems. [series]: (Finkel I) (ca. 2258 items.)   
Scope: Consists of poems by Finkel filed in 3 subseries: Titled and Untitled Poems, Poetry Notebooks, and Poem Fragments.


box-folder   5-11/36-99  
II. 1. Titled and untitled poems. [subseries]: (Finkel I) (ca. 2050 items.)   
Scope: Consists of titled and untitled poems filed alphabetically by title.


 
Abe: the dyspeptic florist . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 102p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
The actor . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 9p.)   
Scope: Auto. prose notes.


 
Acts . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Adolph Eichmann: Hail and farewell . [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 5p.)
 
Advice to a mermaid . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Aerial photograph [poem]. (Ts. light revision. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Aesop's joke book . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 10p.)
 
After . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. 37 drafts, 37p.)   
Scope: Published in Quarterly Review of Literature.


 
After rain . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Auto. 34 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Published in Quarterly Review of Literature, Vol. 17, No. 1/2 (1970), and Chicago Choice, Vol. 27, No. 1 (Summer, 1975).


 
After the long trek (fl) . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
After the names . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 7p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled All you can do.


 
After the wind . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
Afterthought . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Alarm . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Draft of poem is filed on recto of Avocado; see Avocado.


 
Alba . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: One draft retitled Morning; alternately titled Alba, San Miguel Allende, and Alba, San Miguel.


 
All day up here . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
All I ever wanted . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Published in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
All the way home . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 1p.)
 
All we need . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Detachable Man.


 
Almost breaking through . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Alms . [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Poem subtitled For Amy; alternately titled Beggar, and Blind man; published in New Letters, Vol. 39, No. 4 (Summer, 1973); collected in A Mote In Heaven's Eye.


 
And many more . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
And so it fell . [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Published in Antaeus, No. 4 (Winter, 1971); collected in A Mote In Heaven's Eye.


 
The angel . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Published in Going Under/Endurance.


 
An anniversary . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Another flick . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Another matter . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. 8 drafts, 22p.)   
Scope: Published in Massachusetts Review, Vol. 20, No. 4 (Winter, 1979); collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
Anthem . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The crowd, and Congregation. Collected in A Joyful Noise.


 
The ape who painted . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. 9 drafts, 11p.)   
Scope: Published in What Manner of Beast.


 
Apology for bad dreams . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Apology to an alto man . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Apology to F . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 4p.)
 
Arch . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 5p.)
 
Are you awake? . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
As a matter of fact . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry Northwest.


 
At five . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
At her bath . [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 5p.)
 
At the door . [n.d.]. (1p.)
 
At the dump . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
At the ultimate meltdown . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Invitation to an apocalypse, and Ephemera.


 
At the wall . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 8 drafts, 12p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
At the window . [n.d.]. (Auto. 1p.)
 
At the zoo: I & II . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 6p.)
 
Aubade . [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 5p.)
 
Aunt Emily's house . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Avocado . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Avocado seed and Avocado pit; included on recto of one draft is draft of poem, Alarm.


 
Back . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Back in the city . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Bad day in the oracle shack . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Bad news . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 5p.)
 
Bad night [poem]. (Ts, Ts(cb). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Bad weed . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The bargain . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in New Letters.


 
The bash on Mt. Venus . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon.


 
Basil . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Be my guest . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
The beast in the machine . [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 2p.)   
Scope: Published in What Manner of Beast.


 
Because believing . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Bee . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Before . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 4p.)
 
The beggar's song . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Song of the beggar.


 
Beginning again . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
The bells of Ostrov . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 5p.)
 
Belmonte . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon.


 
Benediction . [n.d.]. (Ts. 6 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Final draft includes printer's notes; published in The New Yorker, Vol. 50, No. 38 (Nov. 11, 1974); collected in A Mote In Heaven's Eye.


 
Between wars . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
The biodegradable widow . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
Bird on the roof . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
A birth . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 5 drafts, 5p.)
 
Birth of a myth . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon.


 
Bits . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Black Gladys . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Blasted . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Blind Bob . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
The blind man, the elephant, and the king . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 4p.)
 
Blind Sally . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The blind girl.


 
The Blunder Circus . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled El Circo Blunder; published in Detachable Man.


 
Bob's blues . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Fable.


 
Bon voyage . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Ts. 9 drafts, 9p.)   
Scope: Published in Quarterly Review of Literature, Vol. 17, No. 1-2 (1970).


 
Bone song . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
Bones . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: This is not the poem, Bones, included in Simeon.


 
Bones . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon.


 
Bottomless pit . [n.d.]. (Auto. 2p.)
 
Boy singing on a bus . [n.d.]. (Ts. 9 drafts, 13p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry Now, Vol. 2, No. 4 (1975); collected in A Mote In Heaven's Eye.


 
The boy who forgets . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Breakfast . [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Breather . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: This is not the poem, Breather, which is included in Garbage Wars. Additional Auto. draft of Breather is included on recto of one draft of the poem, Crumbs.


 
Breather in Eden . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Published in Detachable Man.


 
Breathing song . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Brick-song . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Published in Detachable Man.


 
Bricks . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
The brother's apology . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Explanatory.


 
Building a head . [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry Northwest, Vol. 2, No. 4 (1980).


 
Burying the cat [poem]. (Ts(cb). 2p.)
 
The business in hands . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in What Manner of Beast.


 
By our signs . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Ts, Auto. 9 drafts, 15p.)   
Scope: Published in What Manner of Beast.


 
Cain poem . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Cain's song . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 7p.)   
Scope: Published in Kayak, No. 35 (June, 1974); collected in A Mote In Heaven's Eye.


 
Call of the call-girls. (Ts(cb). 2p.)   
Scope: Poem subtitled (For N.M.); fragment of unidentified poem on verso. Published in Massachusetts Review, Vol. 3, No. 3 (Spring, 1962); collected in Simeon.


 
Call of the call girls . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Published in Massachusetts Review, Vol. 3, No. 3 (Spring, 1962); collected in Simeon.


 
The cane . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 11 drafts, 11p.)   
Scope: Published in Lillabulero, No. 13 (Spring, 1974); collected in A Mote In Heaven's Eye.


 
The cannibal songs . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 6p.)
 
Canticle of the whales . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Caribou woman . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Ts. 5 drafts, 7p.)   
Scope: Published in What Manner of Beast.


 
Case history . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Cat . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 4p.)
 
The cat confesses . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Caught in the darkened room (fl) . [n.d.]. (Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Chance . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Charms . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 4p.)
 
Chase Lucy . [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 5 drafts, 7p.)   
Scope: Published in What Manner of Beast; enc.: 2 pp. of Auto. notes towards Chase Lucy.


 
Chimp . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 8p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Cigarette . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Claggart . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Clearing trail . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The climbers . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon.


 
A cloud . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The coal man . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 7 drafts, 7p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Coal man, coal man.


 
Coat . [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The coat.


 
Coats . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 10p.)   
Scope: Sequence consists of The net, Entrails, The naked orator, The flea, and Glad rags. Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Cocteau's opium . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 9p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon; enc.: 1 p. Auto. synopsis.


 
Coin oracle . ca. 1983. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Not identical to poem titled The coin oracle.


 
The coin oracle . ca. 1983. (Ts. 2p.)   
Scope: Not identical to poem titled Coin oracle.


 
A cold song [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Coming . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Collected in Detachable Man.


 
Coming down . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Kayak, 31 (1973).


 
Coming: II . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon.


 
The commandment . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Concerning the transmission . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled This time it's the battery. Published in Detachable Man.


 
Considering the wilderness . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 3p.)
 
Constitutional . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Convalescence . [n.d.]. (Auto. 2p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Conversation . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 16p.)   
Scope: One draft of poem includes sections that became the poems, The dolphin and the lady, MMMMMM, and Of course; enc.: 1 p. of Ts. notes.


 
Conversation with hands . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Poem subtitled (For Washoe); enc.: 1 p. of Auto. notes on verso of Ts(mim) flyer for movie about Washoe, the metaphor-making chimpanzee.


 
Corrida . [n.d.]. (Auto. 1p.)
 
Countdown . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Couplets . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
The cross-eyed lover . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Crossing . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: This is not The crossing [poem] included in Going Under/Endurance.


 
Crossing (No. 2) [poem]. light revision. (2p.)
 
Crossing the plateau . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
Crossing the schoolyard . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
Crumbs . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: This is not Crumbs [poem] included in Going Under/Endurance. One draft included on recto of draft of Breather [poem].


 
The cuckold . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
...The cure . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Dandelion (No. 1) . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Identical Ts(x) draft of the poem is filed on verso of draft of The fisherman.


 
Dandelion (No. 2) . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Dark . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Dark age . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The dark buds (fl) . [n.d.]. (Auto. 2p.)
 
Day-flower . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. 5 drafts, 5p.)
 
De rerum natura . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 7p.)   
Scope: Enc.: 1 p. of Auto. notes.


 
Dead leaves . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry Northwest.


 
Dear Heloise . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Dear muse . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Dear Sibyl.


 
Dear sleepless . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Death in Iowa . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The death of Midas . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Transatlantic Review, No. 14 (Autumn, 1963).


 
The death of Simeon . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 5p.)
 
The death-wind . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Decline and fall of the mind . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Deep left . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 6p.)
 
The deeper the vision (fl) . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Defacement . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Alternate title, This year's Gioconda (after Duchamps).


 
Deliverance . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in A Mote in Heaven's Eye and Kayak.


 
The descent of angel . [n.d.]. (Ts. 12 drafts, 12p.)   
Scope: Published Iowa Review, Vol 4, No. 2 (Spring, 1973); collected in A Mote In Heaven's Eye.


 
Didn't he ramble . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
A different drummer . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in What Manner of Beast.


 
Digging the bog-man . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 8p.)
 
Distances . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 13 drafts, 21p.)   
Scope: Published in Quarterly Review of Literature, Vol. 17, No. 1-2 (1970).


 
Doctor heal thyself . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 8p.)   
Scope: Verso of one draft contains unidentified poem fragment.


 
Documentary . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 2p.)   
Scope: Additional draft of poem is included on draft of Taking off [poem].


 
Dog days . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Dog days (nights).


 
The dolphin and the lady . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Section of draft of Conversation [poem] became The dolphin and the lady. Published in Poetry Northwest, Vol 20, No. 1 (Spring, 1979); collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
Dolphin embassy . [n.d.]. (Auto. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in What Manner of Beast.


 
Domestic tragedy . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Two domestic portraits: Jacob & Sons.


 
The door . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Doppleganger . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Down between . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The dream: Rousseau . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon.


 
Dreaming in tongues . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Drinking song . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: This is not the poem titled Drinking song included in The Clothing's New Emperor.


 
Drowning . [n.d.]. (Ts. 14 drafts, 21p.)   
Scope: Published in The American Poetry Review, Vol. 2, No. 3 (May - June, 1973); collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
The drunken poet . [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 8p.)
 
Dust . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Dying back . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Earth worm . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
The echo contest . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The ecologist's notebook . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in What Manner of Beast.


 
Editor's note . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The effect of the poem . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon.


 
Election day . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 7 drafts, 7p.)   
Scope: Published in Detachable Man.


 
Eminence . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Felix culpa.


 
The Empress Theodora comes to visit . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Encounter . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
End of improvement thank you . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2p.)   
Scope: Collected in Detachable Man.


 
Entrails . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 1 drafts, 1p.)   
Scope: See Coats [poem].


 
Even if . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 3p.)
 
Even song . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 6 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry Northwest.


 
Every day is the Fourth of July . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Ts, Auto. 7 drafts, 7p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Where every day is the Fourth of July, and In the Apple every day is the Fourth of July. Collected in Detachable Man.


 
Explanatory . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Editor's preface.


 
Extraordinary measures . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Fable of Chang Tru . [n.d.]. (Auto. 3 drafts, 9p.)
 
Fall in the Equinox Cafe . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled September at the Equinox Cafe. Collected in Detachable Man.


 
Fall of the city (No. 1) . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Fall of the city (No. 2) . [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 5p.)
 
Fall of the city (No. 3) . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 4p.)
 
Falling . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Draft of unidentified poem is on verso of draft of Falling; enc.: 1 p. of Auto. notes.


 
Family visit [poem]. (Ts, Ts(cb). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Fascination . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Demon patience.


 
Fat mother of sorrows . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 7p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Father of the intellect (fl) . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
February thaw . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Feeding the fire . [n.d.]. (Ts. 7 drafts, 9p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Feeding time. Published in A Mote in Heaven's Eye and the magazine Oyez.


 
Feeding time . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The feminine fire . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The gift, and The pipe.


 
Finders keepers . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in A Mote in Heaven's Eye and St. Louis Post- Dispatch.


 
Fire walking . [n.d.]. (Ts. 11 drafts, 14p.)
 
First footnote . [n.d.]. (1p.)   
Scope: Only draft of First footnote included on recto of one draft of The provenance of the stone [poem].


 
The first line... . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The first little boy (fl) . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 3p.)
 
The fishermen . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 7 drafts, 9p.)   
Scope: Ts(x) draft of Dandelion [poem] is included on verso of draft of The fishermen; also, Ts draft of The rest is waiting [poem] is included on verso of another draft of The fishermen.


 
Fishing for mermaids in Missouri . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 7p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Black blouse and widow's peak.


 
The flagpole sitter . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 8 drafts, 8p.)   
Scope: Includes sections titled in draft form: Haiku, and Lament among trees. Published in Simeon.


 
Flight 702: Miami [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Flute song . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Published in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
Flying song . [n.d.]. (Ts. 9 drafts, 13p.)   
Scope: Published in A Mote in Heaven's Eye and the magazine Counter/Measures.


 
Footnote . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Footsteps . [n.d.]. (Ts. 9 drafts, 9p.)   
Scope: Published in A Mote in Heaven's Eye and the magazine Rain.


 
For every dog . [n.d.]. (Ts. 6 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Published in The American Poetry Review, Vol 2, No. 3 (May -- June, 1973); collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
For M. M. . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
For Noah, my son, sleeping . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry, Vol 101, No. 6 (March, 1963).


 
For the girl with a job [poem]. (Ts(cb). 1p.)
 
For Washoe . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
For what . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: On verso of draft is Ts draft of Myopic [poem]. Published in Going Under/Endurance.


 
For whose use . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Four in the morning and three in the evening [poem]. (Ts(cb). 1p.)
 
The frame carver . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry Northwest, No. 27 (1980).


 
Frontispiece (the last and only letter...) . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Funeral procession . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon.


 
A game . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in Antaeus, No. 4 (Winter, 1971).


 
Game . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Antaeus, No. 4 (Winter, 1971).


 
The game . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Published in Antaeus, No. 4 (Winter, 1971).


 
Game (part 2) . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The garden . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in What Manner of Beast.


 
Genealogy . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
General Motors is people . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Getting started . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Published in A Mote in Heaven's Eye and the magazine Jam Today.


 
Getting there . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The ghost ship . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The ghost who came to dinner . [n.d.]. (Ts. 7 drafts, 7p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Be my guest, and Visit from an old ghost.


 
Gift . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
The girl downstairs . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Poem subtitled (For A.); alternately titled Downstairs.


 
The gleanings of despair . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The gloomy fisherman . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
God walks the last mile . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
Going home . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Ts. 6 drafts, 6p.)
 
Going up . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Accent. Published in A Mote in Heaven's Eye and Kayak.


 
Good night . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Poem subtitled (For Amy).


 
Grandma is playing the Moonlight Sonata . [n.d.]. (Ts. 8 drafts, 9p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Grandma's playing the Moonlight, Grandma plays the Moonlight and Moonlight Sonata. Published in Poetry Northwest, Vol. 14, No. 18 (1977).


 
Grandmother [poem]. (Ts, Ts(cb). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Grass song . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The great wave: Hokusai [poem] . 1972: June 30. (Ts(cb). 2p.)   
Scope: Translation into Polish of Finkel poem by Teresa Truskowska. Inscribed. Filed in Ser. I.2.a. with letter from Paul Engle, 1972: Aug. 8.


 
Guest list for the ultimate supper . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Guide . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
A guide to the birds of Guatemala . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 3p.)
 
Halt . [n.d.]. (Ts. 7 drafts, 7p.)
 
Hamlet . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
A hand . [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Poem subtitled (For Rae).


 
Hand song . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Praise.


 
Hands . [n.d.]. (Ts. 6 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Published in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
Hands . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Hangover . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Happy birthday . [n.d.]. (Ts. 9 drafts, 9p.)   
Scope: Published in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
Harangue . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
He . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 5p.)
 
He woke like a savage (fl) . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Healing the blind . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The hearse [poem]. (Ts(cb). 1p.)
 
Heart failure . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Heisenberg's second law . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 2p.)
 
Her coat of hair . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 7 drafts, 10p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry Northwest, Vol. 20, No. 1 (Spring, 1979).


 
Her hair . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Her walls . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in Kayak, No. 37 (Jan, 1975).


 
The hermit comes back to his shadow . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts.)
 
The hero is a quiet sort of beast... . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
High time . [n.d.]. (Ts. 9 drafts, 9p.)
 
High-wire walker . [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The high-wire walker.


 
His crystal balls . [n.d.]. (Ts. 11 drafts, 11p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled My crystal balls, He reads his crystal balls, Lame Angel reads his crystal balls, What do you read in your crystal balls?, and What do you read o gypsy in your crystal balls?.


 
His lyre . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Happy birthday. Collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
His need . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in What Manner of Beast.


 
His shadow . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
His tail . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
His talisman . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
His tree . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The return of Lame Angel.


 
Historic marker . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Hitting the road . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry Northwest, No. 28 (1980); collected in Detachable Man.


 
Holiday Inn . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The holy fool . [n.d.]. (Auto. 2p.)
 
A home away . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Collected in Detachable Man.


 
Home movies . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Home (No. 1) . [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 5p.)
 
Home (No. 2) . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Home thoughts . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Honing my blues . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Hound song . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 8 drafts, 8p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry Northwest, No. 21 (1979); collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
A house is not a home . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The houses fall behind us to their knees . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
How little . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled How little we need. Collected in Adequate Earth.


 
How much of myself (fl) . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
How things fall . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in Kayak, No. 50 (May, 1979); collected in Detachable Man.


 
Hunt . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 11p.)
 
The hunter . [n.d.]. (Ts. 7 drafts, 7p.)   
Scope: Collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
The husband . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry, Vol 101, No. 6 (March, 1963); collected in Simeon.


 
The husband [poem] . [1961]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.1., included in text of letter to Urdang, [1961].


 
I call up the place (fl) . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
I enter myself (fl) . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2p.)   
Scope: Enc.: 1 p. Ts. notes.


 
I have only . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
I packed my trunk . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Iago . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
If he could . [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 5 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Published in The American Poetry Review, Vol. 2, No. 3 (May-June, 1973); collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
If only . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: On verso of 1 draft is Ts. draft of My painting will never offend [poem].


 
If people had roots . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Collected in Detachable Man.


 
The image of grace . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Imigracion . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The imposter . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
In a dry time . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled For a dry time. Collected in Detachable Man.


 
In blues . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
In defense of death . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
In the black room . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
In the cell . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
In the country of weeds the one-eyed cat is king . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in What Manner of Beast.


 
In the first place . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
In the market . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
In the mosque . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
In the negative aspect (fl) . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
In the park [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
In the pavilion of one head (fl). (Ts. 1p.)
 
In the tragedy of the god (fl) . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
In the trap . [n.d.]. (Ts. 15 drafts, 16p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Mad Tom; enc.: 1 p. of Ts. notes.


 
In the valley of giants . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled In the valley of lubberly giants. Collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
In the ward . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Indelicate weather . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Indisposition . [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Insomnia (No. 1). (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Insomnia (No. 2). (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 5p.)
 
Institute of advanced thinking, Dept. 1170 (a found poem) . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 3p.)
 
Instructions from the cloud . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Intensive care (No. 1) . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Intensive care (No. 2). (11 drafts, 11p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled After the fire.


 
Intersection . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Interview with a winner . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Poem subtitled (For Tom). A Ts. draft of the poem is included on verso of draft of The man carrying bricks [poem]. Collected in A Mote in Heavens' Eye.


 
Intimate photograph of the star at her toilette . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The invention of O . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled After the names. Collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
The invention of wrestling . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Inventory . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
It makes no difference . [n.d.]. (Ts. 11 drafts, 13p.)   
Scope: Published in The American Poetry Review, Vol. 2, No. 3 (May-June, 1973); collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
It takes all I can do (fl). (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
It was someone . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in Kayak, No. 50 (May, 1979); collected in Detachable Man.


 
Jacob and the angel . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon.


 
The janitor . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Jason . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Joy ride . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
A joyful noise . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Juggler of our lady . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 5p.)
 
Keeping time . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in the magazine ETC, Vol. 30, No. 4 (Dec, 1973); collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
The kindly ones . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
Kitchen song . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Labor Day in the barrio . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: On verso of Ts drafts of Worm [poem] and unidentified poem.


 
The lady down the street . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry Northwest, Vol. 2, No. 2 (1975); collected in Detachable Man.


 
Lame Angel. (Ts, Auto. 8 drafts, 8p.)   
Scope: Published in Iowa Review, Vol. 4, No. 2 (Spring, 1973), and Kayak, No. 36 (Oct, 1974); collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
Lament . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 1p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Poems.


 
Laps. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Last . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Ts. 4 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: This is not the poem titled Last, collected in Going Under/Endurance.


 
The last hours of Petronius Arbiter . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 14p.)   
Scope: Collected in Detachable Man.


 
The last look . [n.d.]. (Auto. 2p.)
 
The last of the caribou . [n.d.]. (Auto. 4p.)
 
The last resort . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled A last resort.


 
Last rites . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Last words . [n.d.]. (Auto. 1p.)
 
Late edition . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Late fall . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Late February thaw . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Collected in Detachable Man.


 
Late late show . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 13 drafts, 13p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The switch.


 
Late madonna . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 1p.)
 
Late news . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in The American Poetry Review, Vol. 2, No. 3 (May-June, 1973); collected in Detachable Man.


 
Lawn . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
The leaf . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 9p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Salome, and Metaphor of the veil. Published in Simeon.


 
The leap . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 10p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The bitch, Witch, and The urge.


 
Leavings . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 8p.)
 
The lesson for tomorrow . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
Letter found in a thermos bottle at Yaddo . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon.


 
Letter to an alto man . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto, Ts(cb). 8 drafts, 10p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Apology to an alto man. Published in Simeon.


 
Letters from St. Louis . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 10p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Flying home.


 
Letting go . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon.


 
Light patches . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Lighting up . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Ts(cb) draft of unidentified poem is on verso of one draft of Lighting up. This is not the poem titled Lighting up collected in Going Under/Endurance.


 
Lilies of the field . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 7 drafts, 8p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Limping song . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
Listen, I know . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Lives of a cell . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Kayak, No. 52 (Dec, 1979).


 
Locked ward . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
The locksmith's apprentice . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. 6 drafts, 6p.)
 
Looking for the dead . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The lotus eaters [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Love song for an avocado plant . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
The lover [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Lucy cat . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Lucy's cat. Collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
Lullaby [poem]. (Ts(cb). 1p.)
 
Lullaby to somebody else's baby . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Madam Lorenzo's universe . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Made in USA . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
Maid Charlotte . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 5p.)
 
Making ready . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The man carrying bricks . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 7 drafts, 8p.)   
Scope: Ts. draft of Interview with a winner [poem] is included on verso of draft of The man carrying bricks. Published in New Letters, Vol. 39, No. 4 (Summer, 1973).


 
The man on the trampoline . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in The New Yorker, Vol. 51, No. 143 (Dec. 15, 1975); collected in Detachable Man.


 
The man on the trampoline [poem] . [1975]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.a. with letter from Steve T. Georgiou, 1975: Dec. 19.


 
The man on the trampoline [poem] . [1975]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Contains printer's notes on recto. Published in The New Yorker, Dec. 15, 1975. Filed in Ser. I.2.a. with letter from The New Yorker, 1978: Dec. 13.


 
The man who dropped the bomb . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Man with the black sitar . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The map . [n.d.]. (Auto. 1p.)
 
Marching song . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Ts. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Published in Quarterly Review of Literature, Vol. 17, No. 1-2 (1970); collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
Marching to Jerusalem . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Mare . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Ts(cb) drafts of the poems, Birth of a myth, and Coming: I, are included on verso of drafts of Mare. Published in Poetry Northwest, Vol. 2, No. 2 (1975).


 
Marsyas . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Memorandum . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Memoranda; published in Poetry Northwest, 28 (1980).


 
Memorandum [poem]. (not same as above) (Ts(cb). 1p.)
 
Mesquite . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
Mesquite . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
Messages . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Metaphysic of snow . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry, Vol 105, No. 6 (March, 1965).


 
Metastasis . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Collected in Detachable Man.


 
Mexican votive painting on tin [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Mi conquistador [poem]. (Ts(cb). 1p.)
 
Midas . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 7p.)   
Scope: Published in Transatlantic Review, No. 14 (Autumn, 1963); collected in Simeon.


 
The minotaur [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Mirror song . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
MMMMMM . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 4 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry Northwest, Vol. 20, No. 1 (Spring, 1974); collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
Monologue: the wife . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Simeon's wife grants an interview.


 
Moon ball . [n.d.]. (Ts. 9 drafts, 9p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Moon game.


 
Mordida . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Bribing myself.


 
Morning chorus . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Morning in the ward . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Morning song . [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Published in Antaeus, No. 17 (Spring, 1975); collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
The morning the orchid decided to be a butterfly . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The morning the orchid. Collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
Mother's day . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Mother's day at Delmar Gardens . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 4p.)
 
Moving day . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
The mummies at Guanajuato . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 3p.)
 
My painting will never offend . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon.


 
My steam . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Ts(x) draft of The weeds [poem] is on verso of one draft.


 
The naked orator . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 4p.)
 
The narcoleptic mailman . [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts(x). 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Naturalist's journal . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Near the entrance to the cave (fl) . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 14p.)
 
Need . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3p.)
 
The negative particle [poem] . [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.a. with letter from Casindania P. Eaton, 1980: April 15.


 
The negative particles . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 5 drafts, 7p.)   
Scope: Collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
The net . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: See Coats [poem].


 
Never for long . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
New leaf . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
The new life . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Enc.: 1 p. Auto. notes.


 
Next time . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
Night flight . [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)   
Scope: Collected in Detachable Man.


 
Night games . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
A night in the jungle . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Weekend in Erebus. Published in Quarterly Review of Literature.


 
Night letters . [n.d.]. light revision. (1p.)
 
Night shift . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
Night train . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: One draft was titled A night in the jungle. Published in Quarterly Review of Literature.


 
Night walk [poem] . [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 2p.)   
Scope: Contains printer's notes on recto. Published in The New Yorker, Nov. 1, 1969. Filed in Ser. I.2.a. with letter from The New Yorker, 1972: Oct. 23.


 
Nightpiece: II . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Collected in Garbage Wars.


 
Nine tulips . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4p.)
 
Nobody . [n.d.]. (Auto. 1p.)
 
Nocturne . [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)   
Scope: Collected in Going Under/Endurance.


 
Not so the chairs . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 6 drafts, 12p.)   
Scope: Published in The New Yorker, Vol. 50, No. 39 (Nov. 18, 1974); collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
Note . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
[Note in lieu of suicide]. [Summer]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon.


 
Nothing at all . [n.d.]. (Ts. 7 drafts, 13p.)   
Scope: Two drafts titled Dear attic, come back; one draft titled The listless attic. Published in Kayak, No. 31 (1973); collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
Nothing dear . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Now I have only . [n.d.]. (Ts. 9 drafts, 9p.)
 
October at O'Connor's Pub . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled October at O'Connor's.


 
Odd couple . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Of course . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 3 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
Old soak . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Abe? Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Old Tom . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
On first looking at another poem in The Nation. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
On the art of dyeing . [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
On the beach . [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts, Ts(x). 6 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Leap yr day, Coney I, and Leap yr day, on the beach. Collected in Detachable Man.


 
On the first day of the Cuban quarantine [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
On the morning of the nativity . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
On the uses of lead . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
The onanist . [n.d.]. (Ts(cb). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
One . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
The one-eyed cat . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled In the valley of wolves the one-eyed cat is king. Published in Poetry Northwest, No. 21 (1979); collected in Simeon.


 
One last look . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
One last supper . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
One look . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
One more . [n.d.]. (Ts(cb). 2p.)
 
One more fall . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 9 drafts, 9p.)
 
One more spider . [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts, Ts(x). 9 drafts, 10p.)   
Scope: Collected in Detachable Man.


 
One, two . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Open . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The operation . [n.d.]. (Ts. 14 drafts, 16p.)
 
Or this . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The other dogs . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 6 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Collected in Detachable Man.


 
Our lady of hard times . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The painted muse . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
The pair went over the mountain . [n.d.]. (Auto. 1p.)
 
The panes . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Parable . [n.d.]. (Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
The park . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 10 drafts, 10p.)
 
The party . [n.d.]. (Ts. 10 drafts, 10p.)   
Scope: Published in Kayak, No. 47 (Feb, 1978); collected in Detachable Man.


 
Pas de deux . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto, Ts(x). 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Collected in Garbage Wars.


 
Passing go again . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Collected in Detachable Man.


 
Passing through . [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Passion in Paradise . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 3 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
Pastoral . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Patience . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4p.)   
Scope: Collected in Going Under/Endurance.


 
Peace, brother . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Peek . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Perfecting the wall . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in Kayak, No. 31 (1973); collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
The petrified lover . [n.d.]. (Ts. 10 drafts, 10p.)   
Scope: Published in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
The piece of meat . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: AN by Finkel on recto: translation of Francis Ponge.


 
Pilgrimage . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 7 drafts, 7p.)   
Scope: Collected in Detachable Man.


 
The pilgrimage . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 7p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The visit of the brother, and I pay Simeon a visit. Published in Detachable Man.


 
Pilgrim's progress . [n.d.]. (Auto. 2p.)   
Scope: Collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
The pillar . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The pillars continue to increase in height . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Planh . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 8 drafts, 14p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry, Vol 105, No. 6 (March, 1965); collected in A Joyful Noise; enc.: 2 pp. Auto. notes.


 
The playmate of the western world [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Please be seated. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Please machine . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 3 drafts, 7p.)
 
Poco presto . [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts, Ts(x). 30 drafts, 59p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Un poco piu presto; in some drafts, the last section is titled Savoring the salt.


 
Poem and prayer to St. Hoffstein . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 13p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled St. Hoffstein and the mountains. Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Pole business . [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts, Ts(x). 7 drafts, 16p.)   
Scope: Collected in Adequate Earth.


 
The pot. (Ts. 3 drafts, 4p.)
 
Praise. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
Prayer . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 7p.)
 
Prayer to my genes . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
President McKinley and the anarchist [poem]. (Ts(cb). 1p.)
 
The president's nightmare . [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Prime . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Collected in Detachable Man.


 
The prodigal son . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry Northwest, No. 19 (1978).


 
Prometheus . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Prophecy . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in Kayak, No. 33 (1973); collected in A Joyful Noise and A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
Prophecy . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Published in Kayak, No. 33 (1973); collected in A Joyful Noise.


 
The provenance of the stone . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The provenance of the pillar. Ts draft of First footnote [poem] is included on recto of one draft.


 
Pruning the mimosa . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 5p.)
 
The pulse defies his science (fl) . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
The punishment . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 8 drafts, 9p.)   
Scope: Published in Quarterly Review of Literature, Vol. 17, No. 1-2 (1970).


 
Q and A . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Quarrel . [n.d.]. (Ts. 9 drafts, 9p.)   
Scope: Published in Kayak, No. 52 (Dec, 1979).


 
Question . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Question from the floor.


 
A question of memory . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 8 drafts, 8p.)   
Scope: Published in Ascent, Vol. 5, No. 1 (1979); collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
The race . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
Rain . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
A rainy night in the capital . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Rare pair . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 3p.)
 
Rattle-bang . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 9 drafts, 15p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Song of Rattle-bang.


 
Reading the leaves . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 5 drafts, 5p.)
 
Reaping the whirlwind . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
The recognition system . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Reconstructing the wreck . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto, Ts(x). 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
Redistributing the wealth . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
Redwing's song . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Reflections on violence . [n.d.]. (4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Reflections on catastrophe. Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Release . [n.d.]. (Ts. 11 drafts, 12p.)
 
Reminders . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Reprieve . [n.d.]. (Ts(cb). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Reprieve [poem] . [1961]. (Ts(cb). 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I. 1., included in text of letter to Urdang, [1961].


 
Resources . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry Northwest, Vol. 14, No. 18 (1977); collected in Garbage Wars.


 
The rest is waiting . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Return engagement . [n.d.]. (Auto. 2p.)
 
Reunion . [n.d.]. (Auto. 1p.)
 
Riddles . [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Riddle.


 
The ring . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled A ring.


 
The rise and fall of the ginger cat . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 4p.)
 
Rising . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The river despair . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts.)
 
Rock fable . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
Romany rose . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Rooms . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
Round one . [n.d.]. (Auto. light revision. 1p.)
 
Rumplestiltskin . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Chelsea, No. 11 (March, 1962); collected in Simeon.


 
The sacred pipe . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 25p.)
 
Salamander . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Salisbury Cathedral from the bishop's ground . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Collected in Detachable Man.


 
Samuel asleep . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Sand . [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Sandpoem. Published in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
Saturday night ramble . [n.d.]. (Auto. 1p.)
 
Say something . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 7p.)
 
The scene of the crime . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Scrawl at the entrance of the labyrinth . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon.


 
The sculptor's garden . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
Seal spell . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
Second footnote: for those who wonder... . [n.d.]. (2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The second thief . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 4p.)
 
Second thoughts . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Secret [poem]. (Ts (cb). 1p.)
 
Semele [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The serpent charmer . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon.


 
Shadow play . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Shave a pig . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
She, then laughing (fl) . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Shhh . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry Northwest, Vol. 20, No. 1 (Spring, 1979); collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
Si le grain ne meurt . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Spell.


 
The sibyl . [n.d.]. (Ts. 10 drafts, 10p.)   
Scope: Published in Northwest Review, Vol. 12, No. 1 (Autumn-Winter, 1971-72); collected in A Joyful Noise.


 
The sibyl . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 20p.)   
Scope: Published in Northwest Review, Vol. 12, No 1 (Autumn-Winter, 1971-72); collected in A Joyful Noise.


 
The sibyl . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The high little star.


 
Sibyl . [n.d.]. (Ts (x). 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.a. with letter from Patricia Brooks, 1971: July 23.


 
Sibyl's leaves . [n.d.]. (Ts. light revision. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
Signs . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Silent hero . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The hero saunters up to his biplane.


 
Simeon among the raindrops . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Simeon nears his time . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Simeon's brother, on the crying of the child . [n.d.]. (Ts. 7 drafts, 7p.)   
Scope: See Scrawl at the entrance of the labyrinth [poem].


 
Simeon's night song . [n.d.]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
Simeon's song . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The singing dress . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 12 drafts, 12p.)
 
Sinking spell . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Sleep . [n.d.]. (Ts (x). 1p.)   
Scope: Collected in Going Under/Endurance.


 
Sleeping beauty . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Chelsea, No. 11 (March, 1962); collected in Simeon.


 
The sleeping prince . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon.


 
Small hours . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 5 drafts, 5p.)
 
Solitaire . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Collected in Detachable Man.


 
Some further questions . [n.d.]. (Ts. heavy revision. 4p.)
 
Some notes . [n.d.]. (Ts. moderate revision. 5 drafts, 15p.)
 
Some of the shots will make you gasp aloud . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 5 drafts, 7p.)   
Scope: Collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
Some time . [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts, Ts (x). none to heavy revision. 7 drafts, 31p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled A brief scenario of sometime. Collected in Adequate Earth.


 
Son of unicorn . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 4p.)
 
Song for my father-in-law . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
A song for the harvest . [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts. none to light revision. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Song of the blind man . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Song of the burning bush . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 4p.)
 
Song of the converted Ishmaelites. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The victim.


 
Song of the drunkard . [n.d.]. (Ts. light revision. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Song of the fly . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 10 drafts, 10p.)   
Scope: Published in Madrona, Vol. 2, No. 5 (1972).


 
The song of the idiot . [n.d.]. (Ts. light revision. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The song of the suicide . [n.d.]. (Ts. light revision. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Song on a cold Sunday [poem]. (Ts(cb). 1p.)
 
Sonic boom . [n.d.]. (Auto. 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry, Vol. 101, No. 6 (March, 1963); collected in Simeon.


 
Sort of a prayer . [n.d.]. (Ts(x). light revision. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Spring fall . [n.d.]. (4 drafts, 4p.)
 
Spring maneuvers . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Spring song . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Spring song [poem] . [1965]. (Ts(x). light revision. 1p.)   
Scope: Contains printer's notes. Published in The New Yorker May 22, 1965. Filed in Ser. I.2.a. with letter from The New Yorker Fiction Dept., 1968: May 21.


 
Spring song [poem] . [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.a. with letter from The New Yorker, 1968: May 28.


 
Squirrels [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
St. Polycarp [poem]. (Ts, Ts(cb). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Staff of life . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Still life . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(cb). 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon.


 
Strange encounter . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The strange man . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. light revision. 3 drafts, 8p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The stranger.


 
The strange one . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 16p.)   
Scope: Published in Massachusetts Review, Vol. 20, No. 4 (Winter, 1979); collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
The stranger . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
The stranger . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon.


 
Street piece . [n.d.]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
The sun . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 1p.)
 
Sun and I . [n.d.]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)   
Scope: Collected in Detachable Man.


 
The sun dance . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). none to light revision. 5 drafts, 9p.)
 
Sun up . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). none to light revision. 6 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
The sunset sonata . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. none to light revision. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
The sweet taste of revenge . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The swine-head healed . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 5p.)
 
The switch . [n.d.]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
Take it away . [n.d.]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
Taking off . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. none to moderate revision. 5 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Fasten your seat belts. Ts. draft of Documentary [poem] is on verso of one draft.


 
Tale . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The story. Published in Simeon.


 
Tall one . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 6p.)
 
Tappings from the cell to my right . [n.d.]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
The taste of ashes . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. none to light revision. 5 drafts, 8p.)   
Scope: Published in Ascent, Vol. 5, No. 1 (1979).


 
Teacher . [n.d.]. (Ts. moderate revision. 1p.)
 
Telegram . [n.d.]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
The telephone . [n.d.]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
Testament . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Thank you, Slim Pickens . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
That listen . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto, Ts(x). 4 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
That train . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Quarterly Review of Literature, Vol. 17, No. 1-2 (1970), and Vol. 19, No. 1-2 (1974).


 
That train [2] . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). none to heavy revision. 10 drafts, 10p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Morning train, and, The subject is, on the one hand, being pulled. Published in Quarterly Review of Literature, Vol. 17, No. 1-2 (1970), and Vol. 19, No. 1-2 (1974).


 
They . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. none to light revision. 11 drafts, 12p.)   
Scope: Collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
The thin man to his mate . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
This is what . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
This morning . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x).)   
Scope: none to light revision. 2 drafts, 2p.


 
This poem is leaning on your doorbell . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. none to light revision. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
This spring again . [n.d.]. (Auto. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Thistle . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Though both becloud their window (fl) . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Thousands are doing it daily why not you . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 5 drafts, 8p.)
 
Three . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
Three for Robert Rauschenberg . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 109 drafts, 109p.)   
Scope: Includes The white paintings, A talking coat disguised, and The erased De Kooning. Published in A Joyful Noise; enc.: 2 clippings from Life and The New Yorker, 27 pp..


 
Three stages . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to moderate revision. 6 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Baize.


 
The tick has faith even though it lacks a sense of taste. [n.d.]. (Ts. none to moderate revision. 5 drafts, 6p.)
 
Tie-up . [n.d.]. (Auto. 1p.)
 
Till the doctor comes . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Time of the cock . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
To Noah asleep in my lap . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
To start the morning right . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Tomorrow I will not eat . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 11 drafts, 11p.)   
Scope: Published in Quarterly Review of Literature, Vol. 17, No. 1-2 (1970), and Vol. 19, No. 1-2 (1974).


 
Topiary . [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Includes The gardeners, The hedge-trimmers in winter, The manure-spreader, etc. Published in Simeon.


 
Totem . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 13p.)
 
Tour . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). none to light revision. 3 drafts, 6p.)
 
Transaction . [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts, Ts(x). none to light revision. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Collected in Going Under/Endurance.


 
Transforming the River Des Peres into the world's most gigantic sewer. [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 4 drafts, 14p.)
 
Travelling light . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Treading water . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). none to light revision. 7 drafts, 7p.)
 
The tree of knowledge . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Trimming my nails in a kitchen in Wichita . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The true difference . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 4 drafts, 8p.)
 
Trying on . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Tumbling . [n.d.]. (Auto. 1p.)
 
Two . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
The two dreams . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Two news-vues of the carnation of Prince Charley . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 3p.)
 
Two out of three doctors choose . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Two transmutations . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Uncle . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 4p.)
 
Under Vesuvius . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
The unfinished room . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
[Unidentified drafts] . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 129 drafts, 129p.)
 
Upward and downward . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
A variant . [n.d.]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
Vegetation . [n.d.]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
A view . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. light revision. 10 drafts, 25p.)
 
View from the blue caboose . [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Vigil . [n.d.]. (Auto. light revision. 1p.)
 
The visit . [n.d.]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
Visit from a black angel . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon.


 
A visit to the catacombs . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Vogelfanger . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry, Vol. 105, No. 6 (March, 1965); collected in A Joyful Noise.


 
Voices . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. none to light revision. 5 drafts, 5p.)
 
Waiting for the pathologist . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. none to light revision. 6 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Waiting for pathology.


 
Waiting her out . [n.d.]. (Ts(x). none to light revision. 2 drafts, 1p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Waiting it out.


 
Waking beauty . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 6 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Rousing beauty, and Sleeping beauty.


 
A walk in the country [poem] . [1961]. (Ts(cb). 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.1., included in text of letter to Urdang, [1961].


 
Walking into the wind . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
The walking stick . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 5 drafts, 5p.)
 
Wall Street, homing figures . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. none to light revision. 6 drafts, 6p.)
 
Wanderlied . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Wanted . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Washing up . [n.d.]. (Auto. 1p.)
 
Washoe's baby . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Waste . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Auto. none to light revision. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
Watching my step . [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Ts, Auto. none to light revision. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Collected in Detachable Man.


 
Water music . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 3 drafts, 3p.)   
Scope: Collected in Garbage Wars.


 
We . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled We we.


 
We . [n.d.]. (Auto. 1p.)
 
We who are about to die . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Weather man . [n.d.]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
A weather map of the upstairs study . [n.d.]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
Weather signs . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Weed music . [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts, Ts(x). none to light revision. 5 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
Weeding . [n.d.]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
The weeds . [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts, Ts(x). light revision. 5 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry Northwest, Vol. 3, No. 1 (1976); collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
Weekend in Erebus . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Collected in Quarterly Review of Literature.


 
Welcome . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
The well-dressed bouncer . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 3p.)
 
Whale canticle . [n.d.]. (Ts. moderate revision. 1p.)   
Scope: Collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
What does it take to make you feel like a million? . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 3 drafts, 6p.)
 
What holds me up . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
What manner of beast . [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts, Ts(x). none to moderate revision. 5 drafts, 7p.)   
Scope: Collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
What my head is for . [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts, Ts(x). none to light revision. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in Iowa Review, Vol. 7, No. 4 (Autumn, 1976); collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
What the doctor ordered . [n.d.]. (Ts(x). none to light revision. 2 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The perils of laughter.


 
What this . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). none to light revision. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
What's the matter . [n.d.]. (Auto. light revision. 1p.)
 
The wheelchair poet . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. none to light revision. 5 drafts, 13p.)   
Scope: Published in Webster Review, Vol. 1, No. 3 (1975); collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
When the lightning strikes . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). none to light revision. 6 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled What to do when the lightning strikes. Collected in Detachable Man.


 
Which is to say . [n.d.]. (Ts(x). light revision. 1p.)
 
White fox . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). none to light revision. 6 drafts, 12p.)   
Scope: Collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
Who goes there . [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). none to light revision. 19 drafts, 19p.)   
Scope: Published in Quarterly Review of Literature, Vol. 17, No. 1-2 (1970); collected in A Mote in Heaven's Eye.


 
Why not? . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 5p.)
 
Why we didn't rent the cabin . [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts, Ts(x). none to light revision. 9 drafts, 9p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Why. Collected in Detachable Man.


 
The widow of Officer B . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to moderate revision. 6 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Late news.


 
Willie Pep [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Wind said . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. none to moderate revision. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
Wind song . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
The window . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
Winter nights in the oracle hut . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in A Joyful Noise.


 
The witch in the wood . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Published in Simeon.


 
With eagle eyes upon a peak near Frisco (for A.G.) [poem]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The woman in the photograph [poem]. (Ts(cb). 1p.)
 
Won't it be fun . [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts, Ts(x). none to light revision. 5 drafts, 9p.)   
Scope: Collected in Adequate Earth.


 
A word about the word . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 3 drafts, 11p.)
 
Words on water . [n.d.]. (Ts. none to light revision. 6 drafts, 6p.)
 
The work of an instant . [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts, Ts(x). none to light revision. 5 drafts, 10p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry Northwest, Vol. 20, No. 1 (Spring, 1979); collected in What Manner of Beast.


 
Worm . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The wound . [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Wow shaft . [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 12 drafts, 12p.)   
Scope: Includes Theseus, The enemy, The minotaur, and Prologue. Published in Answer Back.


 
Wrestling the angel . [n.d.]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
Written on a piece of limestone with a pencil . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Yeats perched like a swan (fl) . [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Yet another apology . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
You can't get there from here . [n.d.]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
Yours of the 31st . [n.d.]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Yucca . [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4p.)
box-folder   12/100-102  
II. 2. Early poetry notebooks. 1947-1953. [subseries]: (Finkel I) (Three notebooks of Ts. and Ts(cb) poems and short prose.)   
Scope: Notebooks from Finkel's college years and early career. Each notebook is separately titled. Finkel refers to these notebooks in notes with the material as "Juvenilia." Epigraphs and allusions interspersed throughout the texts indicate influences of Kierkegaard, Kafka, Klee, Aeschylus, T.S. Eliot, fairy tales and Greek myths. Some poems have Finkel's notations regarding submissions and publishing. A listing of poems contained in these notebooks is filed in the collection register folder.


 
II. 2. a. Notebook a.
 
Selected poems of young Finkel. 1949-50, 1951-53. (Ts, Ts(cb). 145p.)
 
II. 2. b. Notebook b.
 
Collected poems of Donald Finkel. 1949. (Ts, Ts(cb). 112p.)
 
II. 2. c. Notebook c.
 
Spring, Darien, 1947: the star and the symbol. 1947-49. (Ts, Ts(cb). 161p.)
box-folder   12/103  
II. 3. Poem fragments. [subseries]: (Finkel I) (205 items.)   
Scope: Consists of unidentified poems and poem fragments.


box-folder   13-15/104-119a  
III. Miscellaneous Manuscripts. [series]: (Finkel I) (120 items.)   
Scope: Consists of miscellaneous manuscripts of work by Finkel, broken into 6 subseries: Translations by Finkel, Prose, Interview with Finkel, Tapes of readings, Material toward The Jar (play), and Notebooks.


box-folder   13/104-105  
III. 1. Translations by Finkel. [subseries]: (Finkel I) (55 items.)   
Scope: Consists of translations by Finkel of poems by various Spanish authors, arranged alphabetically by original author.


 
Gutierrez Najera, Manuel.
 
For that time [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Non omnis moriar [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts. 4 drafts, 5p.)   
Scope: Manuel Gutierrez Najera.


 
To be [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts. 3 drafts, 9p.)
 
Penalosa, Joaquin Antonio.
 
Announcement concerning the tree [poem]. [n.d.]. 8. (4 drafts.)   
Scope: Includes copy of Spanish text, Escuela del arbol; one draft also contains fragment of Meditation for the butterflies on death [poem].


 
Consolation for the dead burro [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(cb). 4 drafts, 8p.)   
Scope: Includes copy of Spanish text, Consolacion por el burro muerto; one copy of draft contains fragment of Reflections of the ants on winning love, [poem], author unknown (may be Joaquin Antonio Penolosa). An alternate title appears as Reflections of the ants on the winning of love.


 
Conversation of the elephants [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(cb). 4 drafts, 7p.)   
Scope: Includes copy of Spanish text, Coloquio de los elefantes.


 
Meditation for the butterflies on death [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(cb). 4 drafts, 8p.)   
Scope: Includes copy of Spanish text, Meditacion a las mariposas sobre la muerte; one draft contains fragment of Conversation of the elephants [poem].


 
Preludes to Noah's ark [poem]. [n.d.]. 7. (4 drafts.)   
Scope: Includes copy of Spanish text, Preludios al arca de Noe; one draft also contains fragment of Announcement concerning the tree [poem].


 
Sermon to the fishes [poem]. (Ts, Ts(cb). 4 drafts, 7p.)   
Scope: Includes copy of Spanish text, Sermon a los peces; one copy of draft contains fragment of Consolation for the dead burro [poem]; alternate title, Sermon to the fish.


 
Ponge, Francis Jean Gaston Alfred.
box-folder   4/33  
Cigarette [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.c.,


box-folder   4/33  
The piece of meat [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.c.,


box-folder   4/33  
Rain [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.c.,


box-folder   4/33  
The telephone [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.c.,


box-folder   4/33  
Vegetation [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts, Ts(x). 3 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.c.,


 
Prieto, Guillermo. Romance de la Migajita [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts, Ts(cb). 7 drafts, 23p.)   
Scope: Ts(mim) poems on verso of some drafts, notes, fragments; includes tear-sheet of poem in Spanish.


 
Tablada, Jose Juan. The idol in the courtyard [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts, Ts(cb). 5 drafts, 13p.)   
Scope: Alternate title, The idol in the atrium.


 
Unknown author. Dance of the archer [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts, Ts(cb). 6 drafts, 15p.)   
Scope: Includes copy of Spanish text titled, Cantar de la danza del arquero flechador; the following alternate titles appear for the translation: Song of the dance of the bow man archer, Dance of the bow-and-arrow man; author unknown.


box-folder   13/106-110  
III. 2. Prose. (ca. 1958-1979). [subseries]: (Finkel I) (33 items.)   
Scope: Consists of several essays and notes toward essays


 
[Biographical sketch and essay on poetry] . [ca. 1958]. (Ts(cb). 3p.)
 
[Essay on creative writing programs] . [1974]. (Ts(x). 5p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.a. with letter from William Elliott, 1974: Sept. 3.


 
[Essay on Octavio Paz] . [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts. 2 drafts, 14p.)   
Scope: Book review of Muriel Rukeyser's translation of Sun stone [collection of poetry] by Octavio Paz. Includes notes and fragments; one page of notes written on a publication announcement for the book.


 
Intercourse with strangers [essay] . 1979. (Auto, Ts, Ts(x). 4 drafts, 87p.)   
Scope: Consists of notes, fragments, newspaper clippings, photocopies and tear sheets used in the composition of the essay, as well as related correspondence with Craig Pyes, editor of High Times magazine. editor of High Times magazine.


 
[Notes] . [n.d.]. (Auto. 4p.)   
Scope: Miscellaneous Auto. notes.


 
[Notes for a poetry reading] . [n.d.]. (Auto, Ts, Ts(cb), Ts(mim).)   
Scope: Contains notes for a reading by Finkel given at Washington University, ca. 1962, a Ts. transcription of Constance Urdang's criticism of one of the poems, an AN by Finkel, and drafts of the following poems used in the reading: Breakfast in the country (alternate title, A walk in the country), Iago, Dionysus, The effect of the poem, For the girl with a job, and The hypochondriac.


box-folder   13/111  
III. 3. Interviews. 1969, 1978 [subseries]: (Finkel I) (2 items.)   
Scope: Consists of 2 interviews with Finkel, one conducted in 1969 for the MLA Quarterly; the other conducted in 1978.


 
[Interview] . 1969. (Auto, Ts, Ts(cb). 2 drafts, 20p.)   
Scope: Consists of 2 drafts of an interview with Finkel for the MLA Quarterly. Includes a TLS to Finkel from John Gordon Burke, 1969: May 26..


 
[Interview with Donald Finkel] . [1978]. (Ts, Ts(x). 10p.)   
Scope: Interview conducted by Richard Jackson; contains Finkel's revision. Filed in Ser. I.2.a. with letter to Jackson, 1978: June 22.


box-folder   13/112  
III. 4. Audiotapes. [subseries]: (Finkel I) (4 items.)   
Scope: Consists of audiotapes of readings given by Finkel and Constance Urdang.


 
1978: March. 60 minute cassette audiotapes; Poetry reading given by Finkel and Constance Urdang at Denver University, 1978: Mar..
 
1982. 60 minute cassette audiotapes; Poetry reading given at the Verbal Arts Festival at Sangamon State University, 1982. (2 cassettes..)
 
[n.d.]. 60 minute cassette audiotape; Tape was made to assist composer Robert Wykes in his setting of Adequate Earth..
box-folder   14/113-119a  
III. 5. Play: The Jar . [subseries]: (Finkel I) (16 items.)   
Scope: Consists of 8 drafts of the play The Jar in various states of revision some of which include notes by Finkel for the director and a small group of correspondence relating to the play.


 
III. 5. a. The Jar : Drafts. 1961-1962. (Ts. 8 drafts, 309p.)
 
III. 5. b. The Jar : Correspondence. (7p.)   
Scope: Consists of correspondence relating to The Jar..


box-folder   15/-  
III. 6. Notebooks. (1968-1980) [subseries]: (Finkel I) (8 items.)   
Scope: Consists of 8 dated notebooks containing notes, drafts and fragments of poetry, journal entries, quotations, diagrams, and drawings. Clippings, auto notes, photocopies, drafts of poems, and drawings are laid in. One notebook (1970:Feb-1971:Feb) is titled Finkel's Ice Box and contains material relating to his work in Antarctica.


box-folder   16/120-121  
IV. Material toward The clothing's new emperor (Published in Poets of Today VI, New York: Scribner's, 1959). [series]: (Finkel I) (5 items.)   
Scope: Consists of material toward The Clothing's New Emperor, (New York: Scribner's 1959), including notebooks, correspondence, and drafts.


box-folder   16/120  
IV. 1. Notebooks and correspondence. (1956-1957) [subseries]: (Finkel I) (4 items.)   
Scope: Consists of 2 letters and 2 notebooks that contain early drafts of poems appearing in the collection.


box-folder   16/121  
IV. 2. Draft. (1953-1960) [subseries]: (Finkel I) (1 item.)   
Scope: Consists of a bound copy of Ts manuscript for the collection with some drafts of poems laid in and includes AN by Finkel describing the material. Following is a list of poems contained in this draft but not appearing in the published book.


box-folder   16/121  
Anybody's song. 1957: April. (Finkel I) (Ts, Ts(cb). 1p.)
box-folder   16/121  
Apology to an alto man. 1959: December. (Finkel I) (Ts, Ts(cb). 2 drafts, 2p.)
box-folder   16/121  
Asiatic day-flower. 1953: September 10. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Shendandoah, Vol. 8, No. 3 (Summer, 1957).


box-folder   16/121  
The batblack starling. 1955: October. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)
box-folder   16/121  
Blindman seated. 1958: May. (Finkel I) (Ts, Ts(cb). 2p.)
box-folder   16/121  
Burying the cat. 1959: July. (Finkel I) (Ts(cb). 2p.)
box-folder   16/121  
Chiaroscuro. 1957: January. (Finkel I) (Ts. 2p.)
box-folder   16/121  
Denman to Everest. 1957: March. (Finkel I) (Ts, Ts(cb). 2p.)
box-folder   16/121  
The double man. 1960: January. (Finkel I) (Ts, Ts(cb). 1p.)
box-folder   16/121  
Dulce et decorum est. 1954: January 2. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)
box-folder   16/121  
The fairy in the next chair. 11-12. (Finkel I) (Ts. 2 drafts, 3p.)
box-folder   16/121  
Family visit [poem]. 1960: May. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)
box-folder   16/121  
For the girl with a job. 1953: April 10. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)
box-folder   16/121  
Four in the morning and three in the evening. 1957: March. (Finkel I) (Ts, Ts(cb). 3 drafts, 4p.)   
Scope: Contains heavy Auto. notation on 1 draft.


box-folder   16/121  
The giraffe. 1957: March. (Finkel I) (Ts, Ts(cb). 3 drafts, 6p.)   
Scope: Contains heavy Auto. notation.


box-folder   16/121  
Go to the ant. 1957: March. (Finkel I) (Ts. 2p.)
box-folder   16/121  
Grandmother. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts, Ts(cb). 1p.)
box-folder   16/121  
The hero. 1960: February. (Finkel I) (Ts. 10p.)   
Scope: Contains Auto. note.


box-folder   16/121  
The hidden convent. 1956: November. (Finkel I) (Ts. 2p.)   
Scope: Contains heavy Auto. notation.


box-folder   16/121  
Loss of hearing. 1958: March. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry, Vol. 93, No. 5 (Fall, 1959).


box-folder   16/121  
The lotus eaters. 1959: July. (Finkel I) (Ts (cb). 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Chelsea, No. 11 (March, 1962).


box-folder   16/121  
Love. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts, Ts(cb). 1p.)
box-folder   16/121  
Lullaby. 1960: January. (Finkel I) (Ts, Ts(cb). 1p.)
box-folder   16/121  
Man with bottle-thick lenses. 1958: April. (Finkel I) (Ts. 2p.)
box-folder   16/121  
Marriage. 1957: January. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)
box-folder   16/121  
Meditations outside the Church of the Nazarene. 1956: May. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)
box-folder   16/121  
Mexican votive painting on tin. 1958: March. (Finkel I) (Ts(cb). 3p.)
box-folder   16/121  
Mi conquistador. 1955: August. (Finkel I) (Ts(cb). 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Western Review, Vol. 21, No. 3 (Spring, 1957).


box-folder   16/121  
Oracle. 1960: February. (Finkel I) (Ts(cb). 1p.)
box-folder   16/121  
Phrynarachne Decipiens. 1957: May. (Finkel I) (Ts, Ts(cb). 1p.)   
Scope: Contains heavy Auto. notation.


box-folder   16/121  
The poet's wife to the poet. 1957: January. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)
box-folder   16/121  
President McKinley and the anarchist. 1954: Jan-Feb. (Finkel I) (Ts. 2 drafts, 3p.)
box-folder   16/121  
Put simpatico into your songs. 1954: January 2. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)
box-folder   16/121  
The return. 1959: December. (Finkel I) (Ts(cb). 2p.)
box-folder   16/121  
Song for syrinx and pennywhistle. 1958: March. (Finkel I) (Ts. 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Quarterly Review of Literature, Vol. 19, No. 1-2 (1974).


box-folder   16/121  
Song of the beggarman. 1957: May. (Finkel I) (Ts, Ts(cb). 2p.)   
Scope: Contains heavy Auto. notation.


box-folder   16/121  
Spring song. 1956: May. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)
box-folder   16/121  
Squirrels. 1959: July. (Finkel I) (Ts(cb). 1p.)
box-folder   16/121  
St. Polycarp. 1960: January. (Finkel I) (Ts, Ts(cb). 1p.)
box-folder   16/121  
To professor and so-and-so. 1959: December. (Finkel I) (Ts(cb). 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Paris Review, No. 28 (Summer/Fall, 1962).


box-folder   16/121  
Two steps of a lame man. 1956: October. (Finkel I) (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry, Vol. 89, No. 6 (March, 1957).


box-folder   16/121  
The unicorn. 1-2. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Chicago Review, Vol. 10, No. 4 (Winter, 1957).


box-folder   16/121  
Villa Madero: shrine of Guadalupe. 1957: March. (Finkel I) (Ts. 2p.)   
Scope: Contains heavy Auto. notation.


box-folder   16/121  
Watchman, what of the night?. 1956: May. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)
box-folder   16/121  
When my janitor. 1956: May. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Contains Auto. notes.


box-folder   16/121  
Wish you were here. 1957: June. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)
box-folder   16/121  
Wood. 1953: September 10. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)
box-folder   17/122-126a  
V. Material toward Simeon . [series]: (Finkel I) (96 items.)   
Scope: Consists of material toward Simeon (New York: Atheneum, 1964), including notes, drafts, galleys, an essay, and correspondence.


box-folder   17/122  
V. 1. Notes and sources. (Finkel I) (6 items.)   
Scope: Consists of Ts and Auto notes made at Yaddo, 1961, as well as parts of an unpublished play which served as resouce material for Simeon.


box-folder   17/123  
V. 2. Draft. (Finkel I) (1 item.)   
Scope: Consists of draft used as printer's copy with notes by the printer.


 
1964. (Ts(x), Ts(cb). 106p.)
box-folder   17/124  
V. 3. Galley. (Finkel I) (1 item.)   
Scope: Consists of galley with light revisions; filed in galley case.


box-folder   17/125  
V. 4. Editorial miscellany. (Finkel I) (3 items.)   
Scope: Consists of sample covers and printer's specifications.


box-folder   17/126  
V. 5. Simeon revisited. (Finkel I) (9 items.)   
Scope: Consists of draft of Finkel's article Simeon Revisited, which was published as Simeon: an essay, the poem and an interview in The Seneca Review, Vol. 11, no. 2, (1980-1981); 7 pieces of correspondence between Finkel and Bob Herz (1979: Apr-July); and answers by Finkel to Herz's questions.


box-folder   17/126a  
V. 6. Correspondence and reviews. Consists of correspondence about and xeroxes of reviews of Simeon. (Finkel I) (76 items.)
box-folder   18/127-133  
VI. Material toward A Joyful Noise . (1966, 1971) [series]: (Finkel I) (44 items.)   
Scope: Consists of material toward A Joyful Noise, (New York: Atheneum, 1966), including notes and early drafts of poems, galley proofs, and page proofs for second printing (1971) of collection.


box-folder   18/127-130  
VI. 1. Drafts. (Finkel I) (5 items.)   
Scope: Consists of resource notes and early drafts for book and includes The oracle [poem] which was not used in book.


box-folder   18/131  
VI. 2. Editorial matter. (Finkel I) (6 items.)   
Scope: Consists of galley proofs and page proofs with printers' markings and a letter from Finkel describing changes in galleys; filed in galley case.


box-folder   18/132  
VI. 3. Page proofs. (Finkel I) (2 items.)   
Scope: Consists of page proofs for second printing (1971) and includes letter from Harry Ford, 1971: October.


 
1966. (ca. 70p.)
box-folder   18/133  
VI. 4. Correspondence. (Finkel I) (31 items.)   
Scope: Consists of correspondence relating to A Joyful Noise and includes TLS(x) from Marianne Moore assessing the collection and TLS from Stanley Edgar Hyman.


box-folder   18-19/136-149  
VII. Material toward Answer back (New York: Atheneum, 1968). [series]: (Finkel I) (131 items.)   
Scope: Consists of material toward Answer Back, (New York: Atheneum, 1968), including drafts of poems, source material, correspondence, galley proofs, and reviews of the collection.


box-folder   18/136  
VII. 1. Source material. (Finkel I) (105 items.)   
Scope: Consists of editorial correspondence and correspondence from Cleveland Burrell, an inmate at Missouri State Penitentiary, whose letters were an "initiating impulse" behind Answer Back. Includes a note from Finkel describing Burrell's correspondence as a source for the collection.


box-folder   19/137-144  
VII. 2. Drafts. (Finkel I) (8 items.)   
Scope: Consists of drafts of collection, including several early assemblages of poem fragments used to create drafts.


box-folder   19/145-149  
VII. 3. Editorial matter. (Finkel I) (9 items.)   
Scope: Consists of galley proofs, page proofs, advertisements, and a misbound edition.


box-folder   19/145-146  
VII. 3. a. Galley proofs. Consists of two sets of galley proofs. (Finkel I) (3 items.)
box-folder   19/147  
VII. 3. b. Advertisements. Consists of advertisements for the book. (Finkel I) (2 items.)
box-folder   19/148  
VII. 3. c. Misbound edition. Consists of a copy of the misbound first edition; all others were destroyed and the book was reprinted. (Finkel I) (1 item.)
box-folder   19/145  
VII. 4. Reviews. (Finkel I) (3 items.)   
Scope: Consists of photocopies, clippings, and Ts manuscript by Richard Howard, reviewing Answer Back.


box-folder   20/150-159  
VIII. Material toward Garbage wars . 1970 [series]: (Finkel I) (68 items.)   
Scope: Consists of material toward Garbage Wars, (New York: Atheneum, 1970), including correspondence, early drafts, printer's draft, galleys, proofs, editorial matter, and reviews.


box-folder   20/150  
VIII. 1. Correspondence. 1969-1974. (Finkel I) (22 items.)   
Scope: Consists of correspondence relating to Garbage Wars and includes letters and notes from Finkel, Harry Ford of Atheneum, and Mona Van Duyn.


box-folder   20/151-155  
VIII. 2. Drafts. (Finkel I) (38 items.)   
Scope: Consists of drafts of poems written for Garbage Wars, some of which were not used, and one setting copy.


box-folder   20/151-153  
VIII. 2. a. Early drafts and notes of poems used. Consists of early drafts of poems, notes, and fragments of poems used in Garbage Wars, (Finkel I) (ca. 490 pages. 3 items.)
box-folder   20/154  
VIII. 2. b. Poems edited out. Consists of drafts of poems written for, but edited out of the final version of Garbage Wars. (Finkel I) (32 items.)
 
Alarm. (Ts, Ts(x). 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
The decline and fall of the mind. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Digging up old friends. (Ts, Ts(x). 5 drafts, 5p.)
 
Fall of the city. (Ts, Ts(x). 7 drafts, 7p.)
 
Spasm. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Time of the cock. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Walter: a sweaty garland. (Ts, Ts(x). 4 drafts, 4p.)
 
Yours of the 31st. (Ts, Ts(x). 4 drafts, 9p.)
box-folder   20/155  
VIII. 2. c. Setting copy. Consists of setting copy with printer's markings and includes a letter from Harry Ford of Atheneum. (Finkel I) (3 items.)
 
[1970]. (90p.)
box-folder   20/156-158  
VIII. 3. Editorial matter. (Finkel I) (8 items.)   
Scope: Consists of galleys, proofs, tables of contents, and notes. Galleys and proofs are filed in galley case.


box-folder   20/159  
VIII. 4. Reviews and advertisements. (Finkel I) (10 items.)   
Scope: Consists of advertisements for and reviews of Garbage Wars.


box-folder   21-22/160-178  
IX. Material toward Adequate Earth . [series]: (Finkel I) (203 items.)   
Scope: Consists of correspondence, notes, source material, notebooks, clippings, drafts, editorial matter, and other miscellaneous items relating to Adequate Earth, (New York: Atheneum, 1972) and to composer Robert Wykes' setting of material for chorus and orchestra.


box-folder   21/160-162  
IX. 1. Correspondence. (Finkel I) (56 items.)   
Scope: Consists of 3 groups of correspondence relating to Adequate Earth: correspondence with various agencies and friends on the Antarctic expedition, correspondence with Harry Ford of Atheneum, and correspondence from persons commenting on the collection.


box-folder   21/160  
IX. 1. a. Expedition. Consists of correspondence between Finkel and various officials of the U.S. Navy, the National Science Foundations, and friends made through the expedition. (Finkel I) (29 items.)
box-folder   21/161  
IX. 1. b. Harry Ford. Consists of correspondence between Finkel and Harry Ford of Atheneum. (Finkel I) (14 items.)
box-folder   21/162  
IX. 1. c. Friends. Consists of correspondence from friends receiving and commenting on Adequate Earth. Selected correspondents are listed below. (Finkel I) (13 items.)
 
Booth, Philip E. 1973: January 22. (TLS. 1p.)
 
Elliott, George Paul. 1972: December 11. (ALS. 1p.)
 
Merriam, Eve. 1972: December 22. (TLS. 1p.)
box-folder   21/163-165  
IX. 2. Notes and sources. (Finkel I) (89 items.)   
Scope: Consists of notebooks kept by Finkel and miscellaneous source material relating to Antarctica and the expedition.


box-folder   21/163  
IX. 2. a. Notebooks. Consists of two notebooks kept by Finkel while in Antarctica. (Finkel I) (3 items.)
box-folder   21/164-165  
IX. 2. b. Miscellaneous material. Consists of miscellaneous material including clippings, articles, magazines, maps, photographs, post cards, official reports, and other items relating to Antarctica and Finkel's stay there. (Finkel I) (86 items.)
box-folder   21-22/166-174  
IX. 3. Drafts. (Finkel I)   
Scope: Consists of notes and drafts toward Adequate Earth, and 2 letters to Harry Ford.


box-folder   22/175  
IX. 4. Editorial matter. (Finkel I) (12 items.)   
Scope: Consists of photographs, dust jackets, advertisement, and questionnaires.


box-folder   22/176  
IX. 5. Reviews, clippings, programs from Theodore Roethke award ceremony. (Finkel I) (16 items.)   
Scope: Consists of clippings about Finkel's trip; reviews of Adequate Earth, including an article by Harry Marten and Wayne Fields; and programs from Theodore Roethke Award ceremony.


box-folder   22/177-178  
IX. 6. Material for orchestral/choral performance of Adequate earth. (Finkel I) (17 items.)   
Scope: Consists of correspondence, clippings, articles, drafts of program notes, musical score of Robert Wykes' setting of Adequate Earth, and miscellany. The work was performed 1976: Feb 5 by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and the Washington University Chorus.


box-folder   23/179-191  
X. Material toward A mote in heaven's eye . [series]: (Finkel I) (145 items.)   
Scope: Consists of material, (1974-1975), toward A Mote in Heaven's Eye, (New York: Atheneum, 1975), including drafts of poems and manuscripts, galley and page proofs, fragments, and revies of the collection. 1974-75.


box-folder   23/179-187  
X. 1. Drafts and notes. (Finkel I) (92 items.)   
Scope: Consists of drafts of and notes for poems and includes drafts of some poems edited out of the collection.


box-folder   23/179  
X. 1. a. Work toward Lame angel. Consists of fragments, partial drafts, and notes toward Lame Angel, a group of poems within A Mote in Heaven's Eye. (Finkel I) (1 item.)
box-folder   23/180-184  
X. 1. b. Drafts. Consists of individual drafts of poems, drafts of A Mote in Heaven's Eye in various stages of revision, fragments of poems, and a letter from Harry Ford. (Finkel I) (59 items.)
box-folder   23/185  
X. 1. c. Drafts of poems edited out.Consists of drafts of poems considered for A Mote in Heaven's Eye, but were not used. A list of these poems follows. (Finkel I) (29 items.)
 
A birth. (Ts, Ts(x). light revision. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Coat. (Ts, Ts(x). light revision. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Dust. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Earth worm. (Ts, Ts(x). light revision. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
Home. (Ts, Ts(x). light revision. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Institute of advanced thinking, dept. 1170. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Limping song. (Ts, Ts(x). light revision. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The locksmith's apprentice. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Moon-ball. (Ts, Ts(x). light revision. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
One look. (Ts, Ts(x). light revision. 1p.)
 
The pot. (Ts, Ts(x). light revision. 1p.)
 
Rattle-bang. (Ts. light revision. 3 drafts, 3p.)
 
The sacred pipe. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
Small hours. (Ts, Ts(x). light revision. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Treading water. (Ts, Ts(x). light revision. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Water music. (Ts, Ts(x). light revision. 2 drafts, 2p.)
box-folder   23/186-187  
X. 1. d. Early draft--Next Time. Consists of an early draft of A Mote in Heaven's Eye, originally titled Next Time. Includes poems used in the collection as well as some edited out and a letter from Harry Ford. Poems which were not used in the final collection are listed below. 3 items. [n.d.]. 2 drafts, 193p. (Finkel I)
 
Bad news. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Blind Sally. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Coat. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Earth worm. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The feminine fire. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Going home. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Hand song. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Her walls. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Kayak, No. 37 (Jan, 1975).


 
Late late show. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Late news. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Locksmith's apprentice. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The punishment. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Quarterly Review of Literature, Vol. 17, No. 1-2 (1970).


 
Rattle-bang. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Reading the leaves. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Riddles. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
The sacred pipe. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 4p.)
 
Song of the fly. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Madrona, Vol. 2, No. 5 (1972).


 
The sun dance. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 4p.)
 
Tomorrow I will not eat. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Published in Quarterly Review of Literature, Vol. 17, No. 1-2 (1970), and Vol. 19, No. 1-2 (1974).


 
Walking into the wind. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
What holds me up. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)
box-folder   23/188-189  
X. 2. Proofs. (Finkel I) (3 items.)   
Scope: Consists of one set of galleys with printer's markings and one set of signatures.


box-folder   23/190  
X. 3. Editorial material. (Finkel I) (42 items.)   
Scope: Consists of editorial matter toward Adequate Earth and includes numerous table of contents pages, title page, dedication, miscellaneous pages, and critical commentary by Howard Schwartz and Constance Urdang.


 
(49p.)
box-folder   23/191  
X. 4. Reviews. Consists of reviews of Adequate Earth. (Finkel I) (10 items.)
box-folder   24-28/192-222  
XI. Material towards Going under/endurances [series]: (Finkel I) (157 items.)   
Scope: Consists of material toward two poem sequences, Going Under/Endurances , (1975),(New York: Atheneum, including notebooks, notes, articles, and clippings used to research the poems, and drafts, galleys, photographs, and editorial material.


box-folder   24-25/192-196  
XI. 1. Notes and sources. (Finkel I) (115 items.)   
Scope: Consists of notebooks kept by Finkel and source material used to produce the poems.


box-folder   24/192-193  
XI. 1. a. Going under--notebooks and source material. Consists of two bound notebooks with auto notes, drafts of some poems, and miscellaneous research material toward Going Under. (Finkel I) (9 items.)
box-folder   24/194-196  
XI. 1. b. Endurance--notebooks and source material. Consists of three bound notebooks with auto notes toward Endurance, a xerox of Harry MacNeish's diary, miscellaneous notes, and poem fragments. (Finkel I) (106 items.)
box-folder   25-28/197-218  
XI. 2. Drafts. (Finkel I) (20 items.)   
Scope: Consists of separate drafts of Going Under and Endurance in various stages of revision, and one draft of the combined poems.


box-folder   25-26/197-205  
XI. 2. a. Drafts--Going under. Consists of drafts of Going Under in various stages of revision, including notes and a copy of cover photograph. (Finkel I) (8 items.)
 
[n.d.] (Auto, Ts, Ts(x).) (ca. 240p.)
box-folder   26-28/206-218  
XI. 2. b. Drafts--Endurance. Consists of drafts of Endurance in various stages of revision, including notes, a copy of cover photograph and one draft of Going Under/Endurance. (Finkel I) (12 items.)
 
(Auto, Ts, Ts(x). ca. 360p.)
box-folder   28/219-221  
XI. 3. Editorial matter. (Finkel I) (14 items.)   
Scope: Consists of proofs, covers, photographs, cover mock-up, one letter, and miscellaneous editorial material. Cover mock-up is housed in oversize.


box-folder   28/222  
XI. 4. Reviews. (Finkel I) (8 items.)   
Scope: Consists of reviews of and citations for Going Under/Endurance.


box-folder   29-30/223-234  
XII. Material toward What manner of beast . [series]: (Finkel I) (126 items.)   
Scope: Consists of material toward What Manner of Beast, (New York: Atheneum, 1981), including notes, source material, drafts of poems, drafts of the manuscript, correspondence, and reviews.


box-folder   29/223-225  
XII. 1. Notes and sources. (1980-1981). (Finkel I) (7 items.)   
Scope: Consists of one notebook kept by Finkel, notes, early drafts, and clippings used as resource material.


box-folder   29-30/226-233  
XII. 2. Drafts. (Finkel I) (117 items.)   
Scope: Consists of partial drafts, draft of early contents, several drafts in various stages of revision including tables of contents, and a series of correspondence regarding revisions to the manuscript.


box-folder   29/226  
XII. 2. a. Partial drafts. Consists of partial drafts toward What Manner of Beast. (Finkel I)
box-folder   29-30/227-231  
XII. 2. b. Complete drafts. Consists of four complete drafts for What Manner of Beast and several sets of table of contents pages, none of which were used in the final version. (Finkel I) (19 items.)
box-folder   30/231  
XII. 2. c. Earlier contents. Consists of 89 pages of contents pages and poems intended for a collection entitled Detachable Man. This original collection was reorganized and two collections were published, What Manner of Beast and Detachable Man (1984). A list of poems housed in this series which appeared in neither of the published collections follows. (Finkel I) (1 item.)
 
[n.d.]. (Ts(x). 89p.)
 
As a matter of fact. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
At five. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Because believing. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Building a head. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Conversation. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Dandelion. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Dead leaves. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Dear muse. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Documentary. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Even song. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Extraordinary measures. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Grandma is playing the Moonlight Sonata. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Her coat of hair. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Hitting the road. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Home thoughts. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
How things fall. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
In the ward. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Invitation to an apocalypse. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
It was someone. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
The lady down the street. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Lawn. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
The man on the trampoline. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Mother's day. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Never for long. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
On the beach. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
One-eyed's wind song. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
The party. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Pas de deux. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Pilgrimage. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Pruning the mimosa. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
A question of memory. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Rattle-bang. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Sunset sonata. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Thistle. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Till the doctor comes. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
A visit to the catacombs. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Washoe's baby. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Yucca. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
box-folder   30/233  
XII. 2. d. Revisions and correspondence. Consists of of correspondence, (1978-1980), between Finkel, Roger Fouts, and Harry Ford some of which list revisions made by Finkel. (Finkel I) (8 items.)
 
1978-80.
box-folder   30/233  
XII. 3. Reviews. (Finkel I) (10 items.)   
Scope: Consists of reviews of What Manner of Beast.


box-folder   30/235-238  
XIII. Miscellany. [series]: (Finkel I) (105 items.)   
Scope: Consists of four general groups of miscellaneous material: Clippings, Literary miscellany, Manuscripts by others, and General miscellany.


box-folder   30/235  
XIII. 1. Clippings. (Finkel I) (31 items.)   
Scope: Consists of newspaper clippings concerning Finkel, readings by Finkel, and general news items.


box-folder   30/236  
XIII. 2. Literary miscellany. (Finkel I) (27 items.)   
Scope: Consists of miscellaneous material relating Finkel's career, including publishing contracts, poetry reading announcements, galley proof for "Ideas," and biographical material.


box-folder   30/237  
XIII. 3. Manuscripts by others. (Finkel I) (4 items.)   
Scope: Consists of manuscripts by others, including one unidentified manuscript. Most of these manuscripts are filed in Ser.I with correspondence from the authors.


 
Berns, Joan.
box-folder   4/32  
Greatgrandmother whiskers from Kiev [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.b.,


box-folder   4/32  
Greatgrandmother whiskers from Kiev [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.b.,


 
Burns, Gerald P.
 
The knee to the groin [poem]. (Ts.)   
Scope: filed in Ser I.2.a with letter from Burns, 1966:Aug 19.


 
The midwest confest [poem]. (Ts.)   
Scope: filed in Ser I.2.a with letter from Burns, 1966:Aug 19.


 
What the hell, everybody else is [poem]. (Ts.)   
Scope: filed in Ser I.2.a with letter from Burns, 1966:Aug 19.


 
Chaves, Jonathan. The cave of the jade city [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts(cb). 3p.)   
Scope: Poem by T'ao Wang-ling. Filed in Ser. I.2.a. with letter from Chaves, 1978: April 17.


 
Dana, Robert Patrick. July 4th, 1974 [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.a. with letter from Dana, 1974: July 21.


box-folder   4/32  
de Roche, Joseph. The return [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. 2p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.b.


 
Eigner, Larry (Laurence) Joel.
 
After some point is reached (fl) [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 560. On recto of England a (fl) [poem]. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1972: March 14.


 
Appreciate life must (fl) [poem]. [1973]: July 24. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 796. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1973: Sept. 17.


 
At the side of the road a bench (fl) [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.1., included in text of letter from Eigner, 1974: May 4.


 
At the side of the road a bench (fl) [poem]. 1974: May. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 856. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1974: May 4.


 
Begin a (fl) [poem]. 1973: April 20. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 773. Filed in Ser. I.1., included in text of letter from Eigner, 1973: Sept. 17.


 
Bird top (fl) [poem]. 1973: August. (Ts(x). 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 805. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1973: Sept. 7.


 
Birds the (fl) [poem]. 1970: March. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 382. Contains Ts. note. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1974: May 4.


 
Breaths (fl) [poem]. 1973: July 29. (Ts(x). 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 798. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1973: Sept. 7.


 
Cadence (fl) [poem]. 1973: August 23. (Ts(x). 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 806. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1973: Sept. 7.


 
A car door (fl) [poem]. 1971. (Ts(x). 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 560. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1972: March 14.


 
A car horn (fl) [poem]. 1973: August. (Ts(x). 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 802. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1973: Sept. 7.


 
A cat (fl) [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 774. Filed in Ser. I.1., included in text of letter from Eigner, 1973: Sept. 17.


 
Cloud lengths (fl) [poem]. 1973: March 5. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 763. Contains Ts. note. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1973: Feb. 3.


 
Distant (fl) [poem]. 1975: April. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)   
Scope: Signed by Eigner. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1975: June 2.


 
England a (fl) [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2p.)   
Scope: Poem 559. On recto is After some point is reached (fl) [poem]. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1972: March 14.


 
Faint (fl) [poem]. 1974: May. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 662. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1974: May 4.


 
Find occasion (fl) [poem]. 1973: July 27. (Ts(x). 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 797. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1973: Sept. 7.


 
Holding it still is (fl) [poem]. (Ts(x). 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 492. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1972: March 14.


 
How much a napkin (fl) [poem]. [1973]: July 24. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 795. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1973: Sept. 17.


 
Idea of (fl) [poem]. 1971: April 21. (Ts(x). 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 491. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1972: March 14.


 
The kitchen lamp (fl) [poem]. 1972: January 22. (Ts(x). 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 632. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1972: March 14.


 
Microphones (fl) [poem]. 1973: July 30. (Ts(x). 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 799. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1973: Sept. 7.


 
Parnassus 2459 m.s. (fl) [poem]. 1973: June 28. (Ts(x). 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 786. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1973: Sept. 17.


 
Pigment, air (fl) [poem]. 1971: July 2. (Ts(x). 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 533. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1972: March 14.


 
The pot (fl) [poem]. 1974: January. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 832. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1974: May 4.


 
Real time (fl) [poem]. [1974]: May. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1974: May 4.


 
Rembrandt life takes [poem]. 1971: February 1. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 470. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1972: March 14.


 
See (fl) [poem]. 1966/9-1971/5/2. (Ts (cb). 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 498. Contains Auto. notes. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1972: March 14.


 
Siren (fl) [poem]. 1971: January 15. (Ts (x). 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 466. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1972: March 14.


 
Sorry (fl) [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 642. Filed in Ser. I.1. on recto of letter from Eigner, 1972: March 14.


 
The star-lover on (fl) [poem]. 1971: April 1. (Ts (x). 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 479. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1972: March 14.


 
Strobo (fl) [poem]. 1973: August 9. (Ts (x). 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 803. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1973: Sept. 7.


 
Takes (fl) [poem]. 1973: July 23. (Ts. 2 drafts, 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 794. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1973: Sept. 17.


 
To find (fl) [poem]. 1973: April 20. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 774. Filed in Ser. I.1., included in text of letter from Eigner, 1973: Sept. 17.


 
To negotiate the ocean drop by drop (fl) [poem]. 1971: January 11. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 468. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1972: March 14.


 
The tree (fl) [poem]. 1975: August 17. (Ts (x). 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 804. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1973: Sept. 7.


 
The typewriter (fl)gnr poem. 1973: September 13. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 810. Filed in Ser. I.1., included in text of letter from Eigner, 1973: Sept. 17.


 
Watergate (fl) [poem]. [1973]: July. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 793. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1973: Sept. 17.


 
You gotta have steam but (fl) [poem]. 1965: July. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Contains Ts. note. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1974: May 4.


 
You the (fl) [poem]. 1970: November. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Poem 458. Contains Ts. note. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Eigner, 1974: May 4.


 
Elliott, William Douglas.
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Such rights [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.b.,


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We think [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.b.,


 
Flaherty, Douglas Ernest. The flute player [poem]. [1966]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.a. with letter from Flaherty, 1966: Jan. 15.


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Forster, Armand. Furniture: the couch [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. 2p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.b.,


 
Gardner, John Champlin. There was love (fl) [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Contains AN by Gardner on recto. Filed in Ser. I.2.a. with letter from Gardner, [n.d.].


 
Gildner, Gary. Today is Sunday [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.b. with letter from Gildner, 1970: June 24.


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Glass, Malcolm Sanford. The tricyclist [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.b.,


 
Holden, Jonathan. Crossbracing [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts (x). 1p.)   
Scope: Signed by Holden. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Holden, 1972: June 8.


 
Howard, Richard. Donald Finkel: `There is no perfection possible. But there is tomorrow.' [essay]. [n.d.]. (Ts (cb). 11p.)
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Kroll, Ernest. Two horses [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.b.,


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Langford, Gary Raymond. The warning [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.b.,


 
Marten, Harry Neil.
 
Considerations of space: recent poetry of Donald Finkel and Constance Urdang [essay]. [n.d.]. (Ts (x). 14p.)
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The room [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.b.,


 
; and Fields, WayneThe wilderness dream [essay]. [n.d.]. (Ts (x). 7p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.a. with letter from Marten, [n.d.].


 
Palen, John.
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Metamorphosis [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts (x). light revision. 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.b.,


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Metamorphosis [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. light revision. 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.b.,


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Rechter, Judith. Weeds [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.b.,


 
Ryan, Rick M.
 
After the worst is known [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Ryan, 1977: Dec. 18.


 
The land of opportunity [story.] [n.d.]. (Ts (x). 2p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Ryan, 1977: Dec. 18.


 
Simpson, Peter Lawton. [Book review of Finkel's Answer back and Garbage wars]. [n.d.]. (Ts (x). 3p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Simpson, 1970: Sept. 13.


 
Sobin, Anthony. Landscape with pond [poem]. 1975: November 10. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Sward, Robert.
 
The act of eating [poem]. 1965: January. (Ts (cb). 2p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Sward, 1965: Jan. 30.


 
Chicago Public Library [poem]. 1964: August. (Ts (cb). 2p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Sward, 1964: Sept. 10.


 
Get-away poem. 1967: April. (Ts (cb). 1p.)   
Scope: Inscribed. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Sward, 1967: April 26.


 
San Miguel de Allende [poem]. 1965: May. (Ts (cb). 2p.)   
Scope: Inscribed with an AN. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Sward, 1965: May 27.


 
Scarf gobble wallow inventory [poem]. 1969: February 14. (Ts (x). 4p.)   
Scope: Inscribed, dated 1969: April. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Sward, 1969: April 2.


 
Scenes from a text [poem]. 1959: July. (Ts (cb). 2p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.a. with letter from Sward, 1960: March 2.


 
Scenes from a text [poem]. 1959: July. (Ts (cb). 2p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.a. with letter from Sward, 1960: March 2.


 
The two-headed lamb [poem]. 1964: September. (Ts (cb). 3p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Sward, 1964: Sept. 10.


 
The two-headed lamb [poem]. 1965: January. (Ts (cb). 3p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Sward, 1965: Jan. 3.


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Thompson, Donald Arthur. 1937 [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.b.,


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Tootell, Jack. Last Hours [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.2.b.,


 
Van Duyn, Mona Jane.
 
Billings and cooings from "The Berkeley Barb" (want-ad section) [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Van Duyn, 1968: Feb. 29.


 
Billings and cooings from "The Berkeley Barb" (want-ad section) [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts (cb). 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Van Duyn, 1968: March 10.


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XIII. 4. General miscellany. (Finkel I) (43 items.)   
Scope: Consists of miscellaneous material, including a photograph of Finkel, a museum catalog, a concert program, newsletters, announcements, and various notes and lists by Finkel.


 
Material toward Going under/Endurance. Consists of material toward two poem sequences, Going.
box-folder   -/-  
XIV. Printed material. [series]: (Finkel I)   
Scope: Consists of various printed items, all of which are filed elsewhere.


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. Om: earth sky air stars (fl) [Anonymous][sine locus]: [privately printed], [n.d.]. 1971: June 5. (Finkel I)   
Scope: Filed in Ser. I.1. on verso of card from Gary Snyder.


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Falk, Marcia. Eating an apple (Finkel I)   
Scope: See Heifetz Tussman, Maria.


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Ferlinghetti, Lawrence. Monet's lilies shuddering Chicago, IL: Chicago Review, 1975. 1975: Sept. 2. (Finkel I)   
Scope: poemcard. Filed in Ser. I.2.a. on verso of card from Timothy Erwin.


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Fox, Siv Cedering. If I were a monk of some other age (fl) 1979. [n.d.].. (Finkel I)   
Scope: broadside. Filed in Ser. I.1. on verso of letter from Fox.


box-folder   -/-  
Heifetz Tussman, Maria. Eating an apple Binghamton, NY: The Bellevue Press, 1975. 1977: Dec. 11. (Finkel I)   
Scope: poemcard. Translated from the Yiddish by Marcia Falk. Filed in Ser. I.2.a. on verso of card from Marcia Falk.


box-folder   -/-  
Hoffman, Daniel G. Words for Dr. Williams Lincoln, NE: Prairie Schooner Magazine, 1963. 1963: Nov. 6. (Finkel I)   
Scope: offprint. Filed in Ser. I.1. with letter from Hoffman.


box-folder   -/-  
Snyder, Gary Sherman. 24.IV. 40075 3:30 PM n. of (fl) California, PA: The Unspeakable Visions of the Individual, 1978. [1979: Jan. 25]. (Finkel I)   
Scope: poemcard. Filed in Ser. I.2.a. on written verso of card from Snyder.


Finkel I, Finkel II  
Finkel II [subgrp]: (Finkel I, Finkel II)   
Scope: Consists of materials from accessions 1834 and 1838, processed together as a unit.


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I. Correspondence. (Finkel I) (298 items.)   
Scope: Consists of professional, personal and business correspondence (1954-1989).


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I. 1. General correspondence. (Finkel I) (153 items.)   
Scope: Consists of personal and professional correspondence (1954-1989). Includes a group of correspondence from Constance Urdang and a group from John Gardner. Also includes a group of correspondence by unidentified authors.


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I. 1. a. Includes a letter of request for the letters of John Gardner from John M. Howell, and the letters of John Gardner, Ts(x). Also included is a John Gardner Chronology (x), 4pp, stapled. Arranged in order appearing in Finkel's files. (Finkel I) (20 items, 39pp.)
 
Howell, John M, American educator.
 
1983: November 18, ((TLS, 1p))   
Scope: Enc: [letter]


 
Gardner, Joan P, wife of John Gardner.
 
1983: August 10, ((TLS(x), 1p))
 
Gardner, John Champlin, 1933-1982, American author.
 
1959: ((TL(x), 2p))   
Scope: Signed Ts JJJ


 
1959: ((TLS(x), 1p.))   
Scope: Signed John, Joan, and Our Friend.


 
1959: ((TLS(x), 2p))   
Scope: With Auto notes. Signed John (and Joan)


 
1959: December 30 or so, ((TLS(x), 1p.)   
Scope: Signed John


 
1960: January 13, ((ACS(x), 2p, stapled))
 
1960: ((TLS(x), 2p))   
Scope: Signed John


 
[n.d.]. ((TLS(x), 1p))   
Scope: Signed John


 
1960: ((TLS(x), 4p))   
Scope: With auto notes, signed J (&J&J) Includes text of poem by unknown E.G.


 
[n.d.]: ((ALS(x), 1p))   
Scope: Signed J


 
[n.d.]: March 13, ((ALS(x), 1p))   
Scope: Signed JJJ


 
1960: ((TLS(x), 1p))   
Scope: Signed JJJ


 
1960: ((TLS(x), 2p))   
Scope: Signed JJJ


 
1960: ((TLS(x), 2p))   
Scope: Signed John


 
1960: December 29, ((TLS(x), 2p))   
Scope: Signed John (&Co) Auto note.


 
[n.d.] ((TLS(x), 1p))   
Scope: Signed John


 
[n.d.] ((TL(x), 1p))   
Scope: Signed Ts John John the Piper's Son..


 
1961: May 1, ((TLS(x), 2pp))   
Scope: Signed John, Auto notes.


 
1961: May 12, ((TLS(x), 4pp))   
Scope: Signed John.


 
1961: ((TLS(x), 1p))   
Scope: Signed John.


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I. 1. b. Includes correspondence from Constance Urdang in St. Louis, MO to Don Finkel in Wichita, KS, November 1975. (Finkel I) (10 items, 12pp.)
 
1975:
 
November:
 
7-8, ((TLS, 3pp);)
 
10, ((TLS, 1p);)
 
12, ((TLS, 1p);)
 
14, ((TLS, 1p);)
 
16, ((TLS, 1p);)
 
18, ((TL, 1p);)
 
20, ((TLS, 1p);)
 
21,   
Scope: cartoon;


 
22 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
[n.d.], ((ALS, 1p))
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I. 1. c. General correspondence consists of personal and professional correspondence (1954-1989). (Finkel I) (ca. 99 items.)   
Scope: In alphabetical order by author.


 
Armando, Jean-Paul.
 
1985:
 
March 22, ((ALS, 2pp))
 
Ascher, Barbara.
 
1984:
 
March 14, ((TLS, 1p, w/Auto note))
 
1985:
 
January 28, ((TLS, 1p))
 
Bangert, Sharan, Washington University.
 
1985:
 
April 4, ((TLS w/Auto note, 2pp))
 
Booth, Philip E, 1925-, American author.
 
1988:
 
February 3, ((TLS, 2pp))
 
Clemente, Vince.
 
1987:
 
November 7, ((TLS, 1p))
 
1988:
 
January 5, ((TLS, 1p))
 
Cokinos, Christopher.
 
1986:
 
June 10, ((TLS, 1p))
 
Cole, Henri.
 
1987:
 
November 3, ((ALS, 1p))
 
Contoski, Victor, 1936-, American author.
 
1979:
 
June 18, ((ACS, 1p))
 
Coyne, Bernard V. The Ice Cap News.
 
1973:
 
February 20, ((TLS, 1p w/Encl))   
Scope: Encl: The Ice Cap News, ()


 
Curley, Daniel, 1918-1988, American author and editor.
 
1988:
 
February 5 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
February 15 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Cutler, Bruce, 1930-, American author.
 
1985:
 
November 15 ((TLS, 1p w/Encl, 1p))
 
Dana, Robert Patrick, 1929-, American author.
 
1987:
 
March 24 ((TLS, 2pp))
 
Delbanco, Nicholas, 1942-, American author.
 
1981:
 
December 13 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Des Pres, Terrance.
 
1983:
 
January 6 ((TLS, 1p w/Encl.))   
Scope: Encl: Accident and its scene: reflections on the death of John Gardner [article]. By Des Pres. Reprinted from The Yale Review, 1983.


 
Downs, C, former student.
 
1986:
 
February 24 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Edson, Russell, 1945-, American author.
 
1964:
 
September 8 ((TLS, 1p w/Encl.))
 
Epstein, Daniel Mark.
 
1988:
 
February 9 ((ALS, 2pp))
 
Finkel, David, Donald's brother.
 
1986:
 
June 6 ((ACS, 2pp, w/envelope))
 
Finkel, Donald, 1929-, American author.
 
To: Shea, Daniel, Washington University.
 
1984:
 
April 13 ((TLS(x), 1p))
 
Finkel, Liza, Donald's daughter.
 
[n.d.].
 
January 12 ((ALS, 1p w/Encl, 1p))
 
Fleming, Kim.
 
1986:
 
March 20 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 29 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Fouts, Debbi, Director of Friends of Washoe, Chimpanzee Research.
 
1983:
 
November 30 ((TLS, 1p w/Auto note))
 
Freedman, Ralph, 1920-, American author.
 
1988;
 
May 25 ((TLS, 1p w/Auto note))
 
Frucht, Abby, American author, former student.
 
1988:
 
January 12 ((ALS, 1p w/Encl, 3pp);)
 
March 5 ((ACS, 1p))
 
Garst, Tom, 1923-, American author.
 
[n.d.].
 
February 28 ((ALS, 1p);)
 
December 30 ((ALS, 2pp))
 
Gluck, Louise, American author.
 
1977:
 
September 12 ((ACS, 1p);)
 
September 14 ((ACS, 1p))
 
Goldbarth, Albert, 1948-, American author.
 
1987:
 
June 11 ((ACS, 1p))
 
1988:
 
[n.d.] ((TCS, 1p))
 
1989:
 
April 1 ((TLS, 1p w/Encl, 1p);)
 
April 18 ((TL(x)S, 1p);)
 
May 1 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
August 29 ((TLS, 1p w/envelope))
 
[n.d.].
 
November 18 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
[n.d.] ((TLS, 1p))
 
Guenther, Charles, 1920-, American author.
 
1987:
 
August 27 ((TLS, 1p w/Encl))   
Scope: Encl: Review by Guenther of Selected shorter poems.


 
Hathaway, W M "Kit".
 
1987:
 
November 2 ((ALS, 2pp w/envelope);)
 
November 16 ((ACS, 1p))
 
Henningson, Bob, Washington university graduate.
 
1985:
 
January 27 ((ALS, 2pp w/Encl.))   
Scope: Encl: Marking an absence [poem], A desert snow [poem], The first snow [poem], and a letter to Constance Urdang. 1985: January 28, (TLS(x), 1p)


 
Hoffman, Daniel G, 1923-, American author.
 
1975:
 
October 30 ((ACS, 1p))
 
Houghton, Timothy, William Jewell College.
 
1986:
 
August 27 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Huss, Sandra.
 
[n.d.].,
 
((TCS, 1p))
 
Irwin, Mark, American author.
 
1989:
 
February 2 ((ALS, 1p w/Encl., 1p))
 
Kinzie, Mary, Northwestern University.
 
1984:
 
March 30 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 20 ((TLS, 1p, w/Encl., 3pp))   
Scope: Encl: Introduction for a reading by Finkel at Northwestern.


 
Kizer, Carolyn Ashley, 1925-, American author.
 
1981:
 
October 24 ((ACS, 1p))
 
1984:
 
October 12 ((ACS, 1p))
 
1989:
 
December 2 ((ACS, 1p);)
 
December 20 ((ACS, 1p))
 
Klappert, Peter.
 
1986:
 
November 3 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Kleuter, Jeff, former student.
 
[n.d.].
 
((TLS, 2pp))
 
Kumin, Maxine, 1925-, American author.
 
1988:
 
February 2 ((ACS, 1p))
 
Lazard, Naomi.
 
1985:
 
July 29 ((ACS, 1p w/ALS, 1p. w/envelope))
 
Levine, Philip, 1928-, American author.
 
1984:
 
August 28 ((TCS, 1p))
 
1987:
 
May 6 ((ALS, 2pp w/envelope))
 
Levis, Larry Patrick, 1946-, American author.
 
1980:
 
March 10 ((ACS, 1p))
 
Margolis, Gary, 1945-, American author.
 
1985:
 
June 10 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Marten, Harry Neil, 1916-, American author.
 
1985:
 
October 12 ((TLS, 2pp w/Encl.))   
Scope: Encl: Exploring the human community: the poetry of Denise Levertov and Muriel Rukeyser [article]. Published in Sagetrieb, Winter 1984;


 
October 25 ((TLS, 2pp))
 
McClatchy, J D "Sandy", Princeton.
 
1987:
 
March 8 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
December 16 ((ALS, 2pp))
 
Nemerov, Howard, 1920-, American author.
 
1984:
 
December 12, ((TLS, 1p w/envelope))
 
1987:
 
April 24, ((TLS, 1p))
 
Olson, Clarence E, St. Louis Post-Dispatch editor.
 
1988:
 
April 21, ((TLS, 1p w/Encl.))   
Scope: Encl: Meet them in St. Louis [article]. Book World, January 31, 1988.


 
Palen, John.
 
1985:
 
January 2, ((ALS, 2pp))
 
Perlongo, Bob, TriQuarterly.
 
1986:
 
September 18, ((TLS, 2pp))
 
1987:
 
December 4, ((TLS, 1p))
 
Revell, Donald, American author.
 
1989:
 
September 27, ((TCS, 1p))
 
Rosenthal, M L (Macha Louise), 1917-, American author and editor.
 
1987:
 
April 29, ((TLS, 1p))
 
Schwartz, Howard, American author.
 
1974:
 
September 23 ((TLS, 1p w/Encl).)   
Scope: Enc: Lame angel [poems] by Finkel. Ts(x). 11pp.


 
Shea, Daniel, Washington University.
 
1984:
 
May 4, ((TLS, 3pp))
 
Simpson, Peter Lawton, 1932-, American author.
 
1954:
 
August 20, ((ACS, 1p))
 
Slavitt, David.
 
1986:
 
May 2, ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 24, ((TLS, 1p))
 
1989:
 
March 3, ((TLS, 1p))
 
Smith, Philip M, National Science Foundation.
 
1985:
 
November 5, ((TLS, 2pp))
 
Swann, Brian, 1940-, American author.
 
1985:
 
May 12, ((ALS, 1p))
 
[n.d.].
 
March 6, ((ALS, 2pp w/Encl.))   
Scope: Encl: To explain [poem].


 
Swenson, May, 1919-, American author.
 
1985:
 
January 9, ((TLS, 1p))
 
Taylor, Sharon, Halbert's Inc.
 
[n.d.].
 
((TLS(x), 1p w/Encl. 2pp))
 
Urdang, Laurence.
 
1981:
 
December 9, ((ACS, 1p. w/Encl.))   
Scope: Encl: Review of What manner of beast.


 
Van Duyn, Mona Jane, 1921-, American author.
 
[n.d.].
 
June 2, ((ACS, 1p);)   
Scope: For Ollie, on his birthday, [poem], bound by Pterodactyl Press w/envelope;


 
((TL, 1p))
 
Wallace, Ronald, 1945-, American author.
 
1983:
 
August 25, ((TLS, 1p))
 
1986:
 
December 1, ((TCS, 1p))
 
1988:
 
February 22, ((TLS, 1p))
 
1989:
 
April 10, ((TLS, 1p))
 
[n.d.].
 
September 9, ((TLS, 1p);)
 
September 16, ((TLS, 1p))
 
Weiss, Theodore Russell, 1916-, American author and editor.
 
1987:
 
May 26, ((ALS, 2pp w/envelope))
 
1988:
 
April 8, ((ALS, 2pp w/Encl, 2pp))
 
Whisnant, Luke, Washington University graduate.
 
To: Boysko, Leanna, Washington University.
 
1985:
 
January 19, ((TLS(x), 1p))
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I. 1. d. General correspondence, Undated. Consists of undated general correspondence. (Finkel I) (14 items.)
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I. 1. e. General correspondence, unidentified authors. In chronological order. Includes the text Photo of a filibustero at the naval base la union, El Salvador [poem] by an unidentified author. (Finkel I) (10 items, 20 pp.)
box-folder   1-2/7-11  
I.2. Business correspondence. (Finkel I) (145 items.)   
Scope: Consists of business correspondence (1958-1988) relating to Finkel's career, readings, and publishing. Also includes family business.


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I.2.a. Consists of general business correspondence (1958-1988). (Finkel I) (110 items.)
 
Atkinson, Jennifer, River Styx.
 
1988:
 
November 1, ((TLS, 1p))
 
Berg, Steven, American Poetry Review.
 
1987:
 
January 28, ((TLS, 1p))
 
Bourne, Katherine L, Antaeus.
 
1986:
 
December 29, ((TLS(x), 1p w/Encl, 4pp))   
Scope: Encl: Page proofs of Let's go [poem], The oranges are ripe [poem], Testament [poem], and A ticket [poem]. By Bei Dao, translated by Finkel and Xueliang Chen.


 
1987:
 
May 6, ((TLS(x), 1p))   
Scope: Included on same page, (ALS, 1p) by unidentified author.


 
Boyd, Spencer, Grand Street.
 
1986:
 
April 11, ((TCS, 1p))
 
Braithwaite, Gordon L, National Endowment for the Arts.
 
1976:
 
December 29, ((TLS, 1p w/envelope))
 
Cantalupo, Charles, Pennsylvania State University.
 
1985:
 
February 12, ((TLS, 1p))
 
Casey, Constance, The National Book Critics Circle.
 
1984:
 
November 10, ((TLS(x), 1p))
 
Castro, Jan, River Styx.
 
1978:
 
May, ((TLS(x), 1p))
 
[n.d.].
 
((ALS, 1p w/Encl., 1p))   
Scope: Encl: Galley of bijou [poem] by Arthur Brown. Filed under miscellany, manuscripts by others, material toward A trumpet in the morning.


 
Castro, Michael, American author.
 
[n.d.].
 
((ALS, 1p w/Encl, 4pp))   
Scope: Encl: Editor's list of poems for Arthur Brown issue of River Styx. Filed in miscellany, manuscripts by others, material toward A trumpet in the morning.


 
Cheever, John, American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters.
 
1980:
 
February 20, ((TLS, 1p))
 
Church, Philip D, The Kenyon Review.
 
1987:
 
October 12 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Cole, Henri, The Academy of American Poets.
 
1987:
 
February 20 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 29 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
September 4 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Comito, Terry, George Mason University.
 
1982:
 
February 23 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Conroy, Frank, National Endowment for the Arts.
 
1985:
 
December ((TLS, 1p))
 
Contemporary Authors.
 
1983:
 
Copy for revision. Signed by Finkel August 26.
 
Davis, James W, Washington University.
 
1985:
 
March 11 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 31 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Erikson, Kai (Sandy), The Yale Review.
 
1987:
 
March 29 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Finan, Martha, The Kenyon Review.
 
1988:
 
October 17 ((TLS, 1p w/Encl, 1p))   
Scope: Encl: At Roxy's topless [poem], corrected.


 
Finkel, Donald, 1929-, American author.
 
To: Benson, Nell, Prairie Schooner.
 
1963:
 
October 2 ((TL, 1p w/Encl, 7pp))   
Scope: Encl: The collected later poems of William Carlos Williams [review] by Finkel. Published?


 
To: Ford, Harry, 1918-, American editor.
 
1977:
 
October 2 ((TL, 2 drafts, 2pp);)
 
October 4 ((TLS(x), 4pp).)   
Scope: Includes rough draft of same letter, 3pp


 
To: Jackson, Richard, Poetry Miscellany
 
1987:
 
February 22 ((TLS, 1p))
 
To: Unidentified.
 
[n.d.].
 
((TLS, 1p w/Encl., 7pp))   
Scope: Encl: Introduction, table of contents, and layout of Arthur Brown issue of River Styx. Filed in miscellany, manuscripts by others, material toward A trumpet in the morning.


 
Fleming, John V, Princeton.
 
1984:
 
February 23 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Ford, Harry, 1918-, American editor.
 
1977:
 
August 16 ((TLS, 2pp w/Encl., 1p))
 
1983:
 
December 19 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1984:
 
March 9 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1986:
 
March 25 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
May 29 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
December 8 ((TLS, 1p w/Encl., 7pp))   
Scope: Encl: Page proofs and cover swatch for Selected shorter poems.


 
1987:
 
February 18 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1988:
 
May 11 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
September 21 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
December 20 ((TLS, 1p))
 
To: Loftin, William O, Heritage Printers.
 
1986:
 
December 8 ((TLS, 1p))   
Scope: same page as December 8 letter to Finkel.


 
Gottlieb, Robert, The New Yorker.
 
1987:
 
September 23 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Gould, Eric, Denver Quarterly.
 
1983:
 
February 28 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 18 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Griffith, E V, 1927-, American author. Poetry NOW.
 
1975:
 
December 13 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Hall, Ron, Sunday Express Magazine.
 
1984:
 
April 10 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Hall, Wade, Kentucky Poetry Review.
 
1984:
 
August 30 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Halpern, Daniel, 1945-, American author.
 
1988:
 
February 19 ((TLS, 1p))
 
[n.d.].
 
September 22 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Harrison, John.
 
[n.d.]
 
((ALS, 1p))
 
High, Maura, NER/BLQ.
 
1988:
 
March 30 ((ALS, 2pp))
 
Hitchcock, George, Kayak.
 
ca. 1984:
 
((ALS, 1p))
 
Hivnor, Margaret, The University of Chicago Press.
 
1983:
 
May 23 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Hoffman, Daniel G, 1923-, American author.
 
1985:
 
March 19 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Houghton, Tim, Panoply.
 
1988:
 
June 11 ((TLS, 1p))
 
[n.d.].
 
((TLS, 1p))
 
Howard, Richard, 1929-, American author.
 
[n.d.]
 
October 1 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
November 9 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Jackson, Richard, Poetry Miscellany.
 
1987:
 
February 22 ((ALS, 1p))   
Scope: on Finkel, to Jackson, same date.


 
Jenken(?), Peter. The Iowa Review.
 
[n.d.].
 
January 5 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Kinzie, Mary, Northwestern University.
 
1983:
 
June 13 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
July 22 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
October 28 ((TCS, 1p))
 
Koelzer, Dewi.
 
[n.d.].
 
((ALS, 1p))   
Scope: Filed in miscellany, manuscripts by others, material toward A trumpet in the morning.


 
Kotzin, Miriam N, Boulevard.
 
1985:
 
April 15 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Krauss, Jennifer, The New Republic.
 
1987:
 
January 7 ((TLS, 1p))
 
LeMon, Richard, Vision and Revision.
 
1985:
 
May 21 ((TLS, 2pp))
 
Low, David, The American Literary Review.
 
1979:
 
September 2 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Maurer, W A, Washington University.
 
1985:
 
March 18 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1986:
 
June 30 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Merwin, William Stanley, 1927-, American author.
 
To: Harrison, John.
 
[n.d.].
 
((TLS(x), 1p))   
Scope: on letter from Harrison, John to Finkel, [n.d.j].


 
Messer, Richard E, Bowling Green State University.
 
1985:
 
April 19 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
June 12 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Mitchell, Rodger, Indiana University.
 
1981:
 
November 20 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Moss, Howard, 1922-, American author. The New Yorker.
 
1986:
 
October 23 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Mukand, Jon, Aviva Press.
 
1987:
 
December 17 ((TLS, 1p))
 
National Endowment for the Arts.
 
1985:
 
January 31 ((TC, 1p))
 
Oates, Joyce Carol, American author, Ontario Review.
 
1983:
 
June 14 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Pack, Robert M, 1929-, American author.
 
1985:
 
January 10 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1986:
 
April 30 ((TLS(x), 1p))
 
Parisi, Joseph, Poetry.
 
1987:
 
May 18 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Parker, Gail Thain, Bennington College.
 
1974:
 
July 12 ((TLS, 1p w/envelope))
 
Penn, Barbar Allison, The 939 Foundation for the Arts.
 
1985:
 
January 25 ((TLS, 1p w/Encl., 1p))
 
Raiziss, Sonia, Chelsea Review.
 
1987:
 
April 2 ((ALS, 1p))
 
Ramke, Bin, Denver Quarterly.
 
1988:
 
January 25 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
February 14 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Roche, Jr., Thomas P, Princeton.
 
1984:
 
October 23 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Schwartz, Howard, University of Missouri-St. Louis.
 
1984:
 
March 30 ((TLS, 1p w/Encl., 7pp.)   
Scope: Encl: Editor's list of poems for Arthur Brown issue of River Styx. Filed under miscellany, manuscripts by others, material toward A trumpet in the morning.


 
1985:
 
January 28 ((TLS, 1p))   
Scope: Filed with letter above.


 
Shumate, Kathleen, Pacific Review.
 
1988:
 
June 15 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Smith, Raymond J, Ontario Review.
 
1986:
 
March 6 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 5 ((TCS, 1p);)
 
September 11 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1987:
 
November 13 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1988:
 
February 27 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
March 27 ((TCS, 1p))
 
Solotaroff, Ted, American editor.
 
1988:
 
December 8 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Sonnenberg, Ben, Grand Street.
 
1983:
 
October 17 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
November 8 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1986:
 
April 30 ((TCS, 1p);)
 
October 24 ((TCS, 1p))
 
1987:
 
October 30 ((TCS, 1p))
 
Stewart, Sue, Shenandoah.
 
1984:
 
June 21 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
September 10 ((TLS, 1p w/Encl. 1p))   
Scope: Encl: Galley proof of End of improvement thank you [poem], and At three a.m. the dogs [poem].


 
Stewart, Thomas A, Atheneum.
 
1987:
 
August 20 ((TLS, 1p))   
Scope: signed by Margaret Talcott.


 
Sterritt, James A, Mid America College Art Association.
 
1983:
 
November 2 ((TLS, 1p w/Encl., 8pp))   
Scope: Encl: From the midden to the Met: piety and irreverence in the arts [essay]. By Finkel.


 
Talcott, Margaret, Atheneum.
 
1987:
 
December 10 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
December 18 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1988:
 
January 8 ((TLS, 1p);)
 
April 25 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Tall, Deborah, Seneca Review.
 
1986:
 
September 29 ((TLS, 1p))
 
1987:
 
March 23 ((TLS, 1p))
 
[n.d.].
 
((ACS, 1p))
 
Thomason, David, University of Missouri-St. Louis.
 
1986:
 
April 2 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Till, David and Malcolm Glass, Zone 3.
 
1988:
 
April 11 ((TLS w/Auto note, 1p))
 
Wallace, Ronald, 1945-, American author.
 
[n.d.].
 
September 20 ((TLS, 1p))
 
Washington University Department of English.
 
1986:
 
March 19 ((TL, 1p))
 
Who's Who in America.
 
[n.d.].
 
Copy for revision, (1p.)
 
Wilson, Mary, Create Studio Media Photo.
 
[n.d.].
 
((ALS, 1p w/Encl.))   
Scope: Encl: Cover for Arthur Brown issue of River Styx (x) which was not used. Filed in miscellany, manuscripts by others, material toward A trumpet in the morning.


 
Zwicker, Steven, Washington University.
 
1985:
 
March 11 ((TLS, 1p))
box-folder   2/10  
I.2.b. Business correspondence, contracts. Consists of publishing contracts and business regarding copyrights and royalties. (1958-1988) (Finkel I) (31 items. 135pp.)
 
1958:
 
May 19 [contract] Donald Finkel: Charles Scribner's Sons for publication of The clothing's new emperor and other poems. Poets of today IV. (4pp (legal).)
 
1959:
 
November 13, [copyright certificate] Donald Finkel: Charles Scribner's Sons, for The clothing's new emperor and other poems. Poets of today IV. (2pp.)
 
1964:
 
April 7, [contract] Donald Finkel: Atheneum for publication of Simeon. (11pp.)
 
1965:
 
June 24, [contract] Donald Finkel: Atheneum for publication of A joyful noise. (12pp.)
 
1967:
 
September 22, [contract] Donald Finkel: Atheneum for publication of Answer back. (12pp.)
 
1969:
 
September 12, [contract] Donald Finkel: Atheneum for publication of The garbage wars. (4pp.)
 
1971:
 
July 10 ((TL, 1p))
 
June 25 ((TL, 2pp))   
Scope: Finkel, Donald to Youngstrom, Elizabeth, Scribner's.


 
1972:
 
May 25, [contract] Donald Finkel: Atheneum for publication of Adequate earth. (4pp.)
 
1974:
 
July 10, [contract] Donald Finkel: Atheneum for publication of A mote in heaven's eye. (4pp.)
 
1978:
 
August 28, [contract] Donald Finkel: Atheneum for publication of Going under and endurance. (5pp.)
 
1978:
 
September 11, ((TLS, 1p))   
Scope: Ford, Harry.


 
1981:
 
September 24, [contract] Donald Finkel: Atheneum for publication of What manner of beast. (6pp.)
 
1984:
 
February 20, ((TLS(x), 1p))   
Scope: Permission request to reprint Spring song [poem].


 
1984:
 
June 18, ((TLS, 1p))   
Scope: Welk, M Eugene, University of Missouri-Kansas City. New Letters.


 
1984:
 
July 19, [contract] Donald Finkel: Atheneum for publication of The detachable man. (6pp.)   
Scope: Encl: 6pp proofs(x).


 
1984:
 
October 18, ((TLS, 1p))   
Scope: Boatwright, James, Shenandoah.


 
1985:
 
February 8, [permissions request] Random House to reprint Hunting song [poem]. (2 copies (1 signed), 2pp.)
 
1985:
 
October 29, ((TLS, 1p))   
Scope: Sonnenberg, Ben, Grand Street.


 
1985:
 
From Jan 1-June 30, [royalty statement], (9pp.)
 
1985:
 
From July1-December 31, [royalty statement], (9pp.)
 
1986:
 
May 28, [contract] Donald Finkel: Atheneum for publication of The wake of the electron. (6pp.)
 
1986:
 
May 28, [contract] Donald Finkel: Atheneum for publication of Selected shorter poems. (6pp.)   
Scope: Attached to contract for The wake of the electron. See above.


 
1986:
 
June 6 ((TLS, 1p))   
Scope: Ford, Harry. Attached to contract for The wake of the electron. See above.


 
1986:
 
July 31, ((TLS, 2pp))   
Scope: Larkin, Phyllis (signed in her absence), Macmillan for reprint of Hunting song [poem]. Encl:Proofs(x), 6pp.


 
1987:
 
May 9, ((TL, 1p))   
Scope: Mukand, Jon, The University Hospital. Concerning reprint of A question of memory [poem] in Sutured words: contemporary poetry about medicine.


 
1987:
 
August 25, ((TL, 1p))   
Scope: Knudson, R R, and Swenson, May. Concerning reprint of Interview with a winner [poem], Man on the trampoline [poem], and Hunting song [poem] in American sports poems.


 
1987:
 
September 2, ((TL, 2 copies, 2pp))   
Scope: Finkel, Donald to R R Knudson.


 
ca 1987:
 
[n.d.]. ((ALS, 1p))   
Scope: Knudson, R R. Attached to August 25 letter. See above.


 
1987;
 
November 28, ((TLS, 1p))   
Scope: Raiziss, Sonia, Chelsea.


 
1988:
 
January 25, ((TLS, 1p))   
Scope: Roebuck, Charles, Random House. Encl: Permission request to reprint Hunting song [poem], 1p.


 
1988:
 
October, [copyright agreement] Signed by Finkel and Finan, Martha, The Kenyon Review. (3pp.)
box-folder   2/11  
I.2.c. Correspondence. Family business. Consists of family papers, wills, etc. (Finkel I) (4 items. 27pp.)
 
1972:
 
[notice of probate proceeding, Will of Rae Okun Finkel]. (1p (legal).)
 
1984:
 
September 17, ((TLS, 1p))   
Scope: Finkel, David R, Donald's brother. Encl: Last will and testament of Saul A. Finkel, Donald's father. 6pp (legal).


 
1985:
 
May 8, United States Tax Return for Saul A. Finkel. (15pp.)
 
1986:
 
Personal Benefit Statement for Donald Finkel. Washington University. (4pp.)
box-folder   5-12/-  
II. Titled and untitled poems. [series]: (Finkel I) (76 items. 89pp.)   
Scope: Consists of titled and untitled poems filed alphabetically by title. A few are filed in correspondence, all are inter-filed with the items listed in Finkel - Group I.


box-folder   5-12/-  
Alms [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Filed with Material toward Adequate earth--Correspondence. January 28, 1973.


box-folder   5-12/-  
Anta pei [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts, Auto. 13 drafts, 14 pp.1p.notes.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Like the man says Heavy revision.


box-folder   5-12/-  
At three a.m. the dogs [n.d.]. Galley proof. Filed in Business correspondence. September 10, 1984. (Finkel I) (1p.)
box-folder   5-12/-  
Auguries [n.d.] (Finkel I) (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2 pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The ugly duckling Light revision.


box-folder   5-12/-  
Bells [n.d.] (Finkel I) (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision.


box-folder   5-12/-  
The chasm [n.d.] (Finkel I) (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


box-folder   5-12/-  
The change [n.d.] (Finkel I) (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


box-folder   5-12/-  
The dance of death [n.d.] (Finkel I) (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision.


box-folder   5-12/-  
The descent of angel [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts(x). 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Filed with General correspondence, September 24, 1974.


box-folder   5-12/-  
The eight names of Picasso [n.d.] (Finkel I) (Ts. 1 draft, 2pp.)
box-folder   5-12/-  
End of improvement thank you [n.d.]. Galley proof. Filed in Business correspondence. September 10, 1984. (Finkel I) (1p.)
box-folder   5-12/-  
Footsteps [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts(x). 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in General correspondence, September 23, 1974.


box-folder   5-12/-  
Getting the big picture [n.d.] (Finkel I) (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 5pp.)   
Scope: Heavy revision.


box-folder   5-12/-  
Going up [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts(x). 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in General correspondence, September 23, 1974.


box-folder   5-12/-  
Hands [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Filed with Material toward Adequate earth--Correspondence. January 28, 1973.


box-folder   5-12/-  
His lyre [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts(x). 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Filed with General correspondence, September 23, 1974.


box-folder   5-12/-  
His shadow [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts(x). 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Filed with General correspondence, September 23, 1974.


box-folder   5-12/-  
Lame angel [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts(x). 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Filed with General correspondence, September 23, 1974.


box-folder   5-12/-  
The man carrying bricks [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Filed with Material toward Adequate earth--Correspondence. January 28, 1973.


box-folder   5-12/-  
Memory [n.d.] (Finkel I) (Ts, Auto. 7 drafts, 6 pp.)   
Scope: Heavy revision.


box-folder   5-12/-  
The net [n.d.] (Finkel I) (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The fish Moderate revision.


box-folder   5-12/-  
New leaf [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts(x). 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in General correspondence, September 23, 1974.


box-folder   5-12/-  
Night shift [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts(x). 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Filed with General correspondence, September 23, 1974.


box-folder   5-12/-  
One last supper [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts(x). 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in General correspondence, September 23, 1974.


box-folder   5-12/-  
Reaching for the light (Finkel I) (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


box-folder   5-12/-  
Reading in bed at three in the morning [n.d.] (Finkel I) (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Reading ourselves to sleepPterodactyl Press, 1986.


box-folder   5-12/-  
Remnant [n.d.] (Finkel I) (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The old hair shirtModerate revision.


box-folder   5-12/-  
Sibyl's leaves [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts(x). 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in General correspondence, September 23, 1974.


box-folder   5-12/-  
Someone might [n.d.] (Finkel I) (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 6pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled A few more questionsHeavy revision.


box-folder   5-12/-  
Soon enough [n.d.] (Finkel I) (Ts. 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


box-folder   5-12/-  
Stephanie [n.d.] (Finkel I) (Ts. 1 draft, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


box-folder   5-12/-  
The stranger [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Filed in Material toward Adequate earth--Correspondence. January 28, 1973.


box-folder   5-12/-  
That old savor [n.d.] (Finkel I) (Ts, Auto. 2pp. notes. 11 drafts, 18pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Then, and Chantey Very heavy revision.


box-folder   5-12/-  
Under the same sun [n.d.] (Finkel I) (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision.


box-folder   5-12/-  
Untitled [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel I) (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: If fired upon we will fire back, first line.


box-folder   5-12/-  
Waiting for the pathologist [n.d.] (Finkel I) (Ts(x). 1 draft, 1p.)
box-folder   5-12/-  
Wall street, homing figures [n.d.] (Finkel I) (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 6pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


box-folder   5-12/-  
Why [n.d.] (Finkel I) (Ts. 1 draft, 1 p.)
box-folder   2-3/13-21  
III. Miscellaneous Manuscripts. [series]: (Finkel II) (379 items.)   
Scope: Consists of 7 groups of miscellaneous manuscripts by Finkel including Miscellaneous translations, Miscellanous translations from Chinese, Work toward an untitled manuscript, Group of poems with criticism by Constance Urdang, Interviews, Prose, and Tape recording.


box-folder   2/13  
III. 1. Translations by Finkel. (Finkel II) (27 items. 30pp.)   
Scope: Consists of translations by Finkel of poems by various Spanish authors and Julius Urt, arranged alphabetically by original author.


 
Gonzalez, Angel.
 
Epiloque [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
It was never going to be like this [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
My difficult calling [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled My deep sea calling. Light revision.


 
Poetics [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Proof [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Sometimes [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Sometimes in october that's the way it is [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
That was love [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Today [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
What are we going to do [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Whatever, whenever you like [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Moreno, Luis.
 
57. Ecce woman [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Includes 3 copies of the Spanish text, 57. Ecce woman. Light revision.


 
27. The nobility of stones [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Includes copy of the Spanish text, 27. Calidad de la piedra. Light revision.


 
67. Ratio rerum (for Jose Luis y Angelines) [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Includes copy of the Spanish text, 67. Ratio rerum (para Jose Luis y Angelines).


 
Urt, Julius.
 
Grammar of the egyptian language [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Heavy revision.


 
Perception [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)
 
Plea for the defense [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Untitled [poem]. First line, A pitch dark room. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Untitled [poem]. First line, On the threshold of eternity. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision.


box-folder   2/14-15  
III. 2. Miscellaneous manuscripts--Translations from Chinese. (Finkel II) (205 items.)   
Scope: Consists of two groups of translations including a group of translations of Chinese author Bei Dao and a group of miscellaneous translations from Chinese.


box-folder   2/14  
III. 2.a. Miscellaneous manuscripts--Translations from Chinese--translations of Bei Dao. (Finkel II) (164 items. 171pp.)   
Scope: Consists of translations of the Chinese poet Bei Dao by Finkel with others. Includes biographical notes on Bei Dao and Tables of contents toward an untitled manuscript of Bei Dao translations.


 
[Biographical notes by Finkel about Bei Dao.] [n.d.]. (Ts. 2pp.)
 
[Table of contents toward untitled manuscript.] [n.d.] (Ts. 4 drafts, 6pp.)
 
Bei Dao. After yesterday [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Since yesterday. Heavy revision.


 
All [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 8 drafts, 8pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Heavy revision.


 
Ancient temple [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Light revision.


 
Another legend [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
The art of poetry [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Light revision.


 
Astray [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen.


 
Border [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Published in The Seneca Review, 17/2, 1987.


 
Chords [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 5pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Moderate revision.


 
Comet [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Crossroads [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Crossing. Moderate revision.


 
A day [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Days. Translation with Xueliang Chen. Light revision.


 
Echoes [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Moderate revision.


 
Electric shock [poem]. [n.d.] (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Enchantment [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 6pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Moderate revision.


 
Every morning our sun [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Going back [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Light revision.


 
Habit [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Moderate revision.


 
Hello mountain of a hundred flowers [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Mountain of a hundred flowers. Translation with Xueliang Chen. Moderate revision.


 
The host [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Light revision.


 
Island [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 9pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Moderate revision.


 
Language [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)
 
Let's go [poem]. [n.d.]. Galley. (1p.)   
Scope: With Xueliang Chen. Filed in Business correspondence, December 29, 1986.


 
Many years ago [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Light revision.


 
Nightmare [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Light revision.


 
Night: theme and variations [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Moderate revision.


 
Notes in the rain [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 5pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Heavy revision.


 
No tomorrow [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Light revision.


 
One step [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen.


 
The oranges are ripe [poem]. [n.d.]. Galley. (1p.)   
Scope: With Xueliang Chen. Filed in Business correspondence, December 29, 1986.


 
Orphans [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Light revision.


 
Parable [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Light revision.


 
Portrait of the poet as a young man [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Rainy night [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Really [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Shore [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Light revision.


 
Single room [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Smile, snowflake, star [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Light revision.


 
Song of the migratory birds [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
S.O.S. [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Light revision.


 
Spectral flower [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Many-colored flower. Translation with Xueliang Chen. Light revision.


 
The story goes on [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Light revision.


 
Subway station [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
The tale goes on [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen.


 
Testament [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Galley, 1p, filed in Business correspondence, December 29, 1986.


 
A ticket [poem]. [n.d.]. Galley. (1p.)   
Scope: With Xueliang Chen. Filed in Business correspondence, December 29, 1986.


 
Toast [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 8 drafts, 8pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Heavy revision.


 
Tradition [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Light revision.


 
Transparent grief [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision. Published in Folio, Winter 1988-89.


 
Untitled [poem]. First line, I'm forever a stranger. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Light revision.


 
Untitled [poem]. First line, This is forever. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen.


 
Untitled [poem]. First line, Too much rancor can muddy a drop of water. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen. Moderate revision.


 
Void [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Waiting for me in the rain [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 5pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Wait for me in the rain. Translation with Xueliang Chen. Light revision.


 
Walking into the rain [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Witness [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
You say [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled You said. Translation with Xueliang Chen. Moderate revision.


box-folder   2/15  
III. 2. b. Miscellaneous manuscripts--Miscellaneous translations from Chinese. (Finkel II) (41 items, 47pp.)   
Scope: Consists of translations of various Chinese authors.


 
Gu Cheng.
 
Bubbles [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen.


 
Do you still remember that river? [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Evasion [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Gazing [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Going back [poem]. [n.d.] (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Last [poem]. [n.d.] (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Let's look for a lamp [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Let's go look for a lamp. Light revision.


 
Near and far [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Report [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Staring [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Traveler on the plains [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 6pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The traveler and the plain. Moderate revision.


 
Unpainted images [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
The wing has stolen our oar [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 6pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Mang Ke. Daybreak after rain [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Cheng-Tai Chang. Moderate revision.


 
Shu Ting.
 
Fairy tales (for Gu Cheng) [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 7 drafts, 7pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The maker of fairy tales. Translation with Yi Jinsheng. Heavy revision.


 
Fallen leaves [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Chang Sheng-Tai. Moderate revision.


 
Parting in the rain [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Translation with Xueliang Chen.


box-folder   2/16-17  
III. 3. Miscellaneous manuscripts--Material toward an untitled manuscript. (Finkel II) (43 items.)   
Scope: Consists of two sections of material toward an untitled manuscript by Finkel.


box-folder   2/16  
III. 3. a. Miscellaneous manuscripts--Untitled manuscript. (Finkel II) (19 items. 56pp.)   
Scope: Includes a table of contents, Auto, 1p, and poems toward an untitled manuscript. Poems arranged in order of appearance on table of contents.



Scope: Contents include, in alphabetical order:


 
The absence of absence [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts-Auto. 1 draft, 2p.)
 
Animals nor gods [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts-Auto. 1 draft, 2p.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
As far as I am concerned [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts-Auto. 1 draft, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
At Madame Recamier's [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 3pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Brief caesura [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 2pp.)
 
The child inside [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 5pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Connais-toi [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts-Auto. 1 draft, 5pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Enlightenment [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts-Auto. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
In the dark [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 4pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
The invention of O [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Laughter [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts-Auto. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
A most decided taste [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 3pp.)
 
Reflections [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts-Auto. 1 draft, 2pp.)
 
Savage or imbecile [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts-Auto. 1 draft, 7pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Some barbaric hand [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts-Auto. 1 draft, 3pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
A species of music [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
This child [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 8pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Whichever lead [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts-Auto. 1 draft, 2pp.)
box-folder   2/17  
III. 3. b. Miscellaneous manuscripts--Material toward untitled manuscript. (Finkel II) (24 items. 44pp.)   
Scope: Contains prose excerpts from Caspar Hauser by Anselm Von Feuerbach, Ts, 4pp, a translation of a poem by French author Richard de Fournival entitled One Reading, Ts, 1p. and poems by Finkel arranged in alphabetical order.


 
As far as I am concerned [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 2pp.)
 
As he tells it [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 6pp.)
 
Brief caesura [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 2pp.)
 
Connais-toi [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 2pp.)
 
Enlightenment [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts-Auto. 1 draft, 4pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled From the interior. Moderate revision.


 
Hands [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
His usufruct [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 2pp.)
 
Laughter [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Like us [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Naturally [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts-Auto. 2 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Old hand [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
On pain of death [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Potatoes [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 3pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Some barbaric hand [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
This slight movement [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 4pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Untitled [poem]. First line, Blanca slumps in her mother's lap. [n.d.] (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Untitled [poem]. First line, Madame Guerin, knitting by the window on a kitchen stool. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Untitled [poem]. First line, What does it want of me, this ghost of a poem. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
box-folder   3/18  
III. 4. Miscellaneous manuscripts--Poems with criticism. (Finkel II) (92 items. 96pp.)   
Scope: Consists of a group of poems with criticism from Constance Urdang, Auto, 2pp. Poems arranged in alphabetical order.


 
The burning of Rome [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Published in Grand Street, 6/4, Summer 1987.


 
Burning the brush [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Caller [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 6pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Dead squirrel [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Departures [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Poem, In the writer's house included on one draft. Light revision.


 
The gardener [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 5pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Insomnia [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)
 
In the waiting room [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 7 drafts, 7pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled In the savings and loanHeavy revision.


 
In the writer's house [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled In the author's house. Light revision.


 
Intimations [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)
 
Leading with the head [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 8 drafts, 8pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Morning callAlternately titled Last rounds Heavy revision.


 
Luncheon at the Tate [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts-Auto. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Dinner at the Tate. Light revision.


 
Luzern [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Copy of first stanza of Intimations included on one draft.


 
Making do [poem] [n.d.]. (Auto. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Modulation [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Names [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)
 
Nostalgia [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Now [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
No wonder [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Note attached to Auto draft.


 
Old man in a new raincoat [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
The prophets are back [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Return of the prophetsCopy of In the Tate (Alternately titled Luncheon at the Tate) included on one draft. Moderate revision.


 
The rebuilding of Rome [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision. Published in Grand Street, 6/4, Summer 1987.


 
Somewhere else [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
A soft of drinking song [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Sub rosa [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
The syllables [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
The tenant [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts-Auto. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The renter. Light revision.


 
Time piece [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)
 
To walk again [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Waiting for the monarchs [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Why [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Windfall [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
The words [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision. Copy of Old man in a new raincoat included on one draft. Moderate revision.


box-folder   3/19  
III. 5. Miscellaneous manuscripts--Interviews. (Finkel II) (4 items.)   
Scope: Consists of two interviews, one (x) from the MLa Quarterly, the other for Washington University Magazine. Also includes correspondence between Finkel and author of 1987 interview.


 
[Interview]. 1969.   
Scope: "An Interview with Donald Finkel." Published in the MLa Quarterly.


 
[Interview] 1987. (Ts(x). 1 draft.)   
Scope: Written by a student of Washington University, Robert Lowes. 16pp. Interview published as "Don's Place." Washington University Magazine. Summer, 1988. p26-p29.


 
Correspondence:
 
1987: December 17, ((TLS, 3pp))   
Scope: Enc: 1p Auto notes.


 
To Lowes, Robert.
 
1988: February 15, ((TLS, 1p).)
 
To Lowes, Robert.
box-folder   3/20  
III. 6. Miscellaneous manuscripts. Prose. (Finkel II) (7 items.)   
Scope: Consists of miscellaneous manuscripts of prose by Finkel.


 
An old review --The collected later poems of William Carlos Williams--revised edition [review] Published in Prairie Schooner.   
Scope: A Ts copy of this review is filed in General Business correspondence, October 2, 1963.


 
Arts in the 21st century [essay for panel discussion]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 5pp and 7pp.)
 
From the midden to the Met: piety and irreverence in the arts [essay]. (2 drafts, 7pp and 9pp.)   
Scope: Delivered at a luncheon of the Mid America College Art Association in 1983.



Scope: A third Ts copy of this essay is filed in General Business correspondence, November 2, 1983.


 
Notes for judging the Pulitzer Prize [1983] (7pp.)
 
Talking to the animals [article]. [n.d.]. (x)
box-folder   3  
III. 7. Miscellaneous manuscripts-tape recording. (Finkel II) (Item 21.)   
Scope: Consists of one 60 minute casette audiotape. Labeled 1st rough cut/17 May [no year].


box-folder   3/22-23  
IV. Material toward Simeon ca. 1964-1973 [series]: (Finkel II) (28 items.)   
Scope: Consists of material toward Simeon (New York: Atheneum, 1964), including correspondence and material concerning a musical performance of Letter to an alto-man [poem].


box-folder   3/22  
IV. 1. Material toward Simeon -- Correspondence. ca. 1964-1973 (Finkel II) (24 items.)   
Scope: Includes correspondence concerning the publication of and response to Simeon. Arranged in order of appearance in Finkel's files.


 
Cummins, Evelyn, Atheneum.
 
1964: September 10, ((TL, 1p))   
Scope: Signed by Finkel.


 
Finkel, Donald 1929-, American author.
 
To Ford, Harry, 1918-, American editor.
 
1964: December 22, ((TLS, 1p))   
Scope: Includes a review of Answer back written by Robert Pack. 1p.


 
1966: February 2, ((TLS, 1p))
 
1969: April 10, ((TLS, 1p))
 
1973: August 25, ((TLS, 1p))   
Scope: w/envelope.


 
To Friedlaender, Marc, American editor.
 
1963: September 25, ((TLS, 1p))
 
1964: February 14, (TLS, 1p); July 10, (TLS, 1p), August 2, (TLS, 1p)
 
Ford, Harry, 1918-, American editor.
 
1964: December 29, ((TL, 1p))
 
1966: February 7, ((TL, 1p))
 
1969: April 14, ((TL, 1p))
 
1973: September 7, ((TL, 1p))
 
1989: March 3, ((TLS, 1p w/envelope))
 
To Friedlaender, Marc, American editor.
 
1963: November 17, ((TL, 1p))
 
[n.d.]: ((TL, 1p))
 
Friedlaender, Marc, American editor.
 
1963: September 16, ((TL, 1p))
 
1964: January 30, (TL, 1p); February 19, (TL, 2pp), August 6, (TL, 1p); October 19, ((TL, 1p))
 
Haydn, Hiram, Atheneum.
 
1963: October 9, ((TL, 1p))
 
Van Duyn, Mona Jane, 1921-, American author.
 
To Director, Atheneum Press,
 
1964: September 14, ((TLS, 1p))
 
Zaslaw, Suzan, Atheneum.
 
To Van Duyn, Mona Jane, 1921-, American author.
 
1964: September 15, ((TL, 1p))
box-folder   3/23  
IV. 2. Material toward Simeon --Musical performance of Letter to an alto-man [poem]. 1967 (Finkel II) (4 items.)   
Scope: Includes correspondence from American composer Robert Wykes and St. Louis Symphony program. Performed in the 1966-67 season.


 
Wykes, Robert, American composer.
 
1967: May 21, ((TLS, 1p w/Encl.))   
Scope: Includes two reviews of the performance, one (x). 2pp.


box-folder   3/24  
V. Material toward A Joyful Noise. 1965-1971 [series]: (Finkel II) (16 items.)   
Scope: Consists of material toward A Joyful Noise, (New York: Atheneum, 1966). Correspondence.


box-folder   3/24  
Finkel, Donald.
 
To Ford, Harry, 1918-, American editor.
 
1965: January 8, (TLS, 1p); May 10, (TLS, 1p); September 13, (TLS, 1p); December 7, (TLS, 1p)
 
1966: April 25, (TLS, 1p); August 5, (TLS, 1p)
box-folder   3/24  
Ford, Harry, 1918-, American editor.
 
1965: January 20, (TL, 1p); May 3, (TL, 1p); May 13, (TL, 1p); June 28, (TL, 1p); September 15, (TL, 1p)
 
1966: February 24, (TL, 1p); April 25, (TL, 1p)
 
1971: August 4, ((TL, 1p))
 
To Hyman, Stanley Edgar, 1919-1970, American author.
 
1965: November 5, ((TL, 1p))
box-folder   3/24  
Hyman, Stanley Edgar, 1919-1970, American author.
 
To Ford, Harry, 1918-, American editor.
 
1965: November 2, ((TLS, 1p w/Encl))   
Scope: Includes recommendation of Finkel by Hyman, 1p.


box-folder   3/25-26  
VI. Material toward Answer back. ca. 1967 [series]: (Finkel II) (14 items.)   
Scope: Consists of material toward Answer Back(New York: Atheneum, 1968), including correspondence and reviews.


box-folder   3/25  
VI. 1. Material toward Answer back --Correspondence. July 26, 1967-June 25, 1976. (Finkel II) (9 items, 10pp.)   
Scope: Includes correspondence concerning Answer back between Donald Finkel and Harry Ford. Filed in chronological order.


box-folder   3/26  
VI. 2. Material toward Answer back --Reviews. (Finkel II) (5 items. 9pp.)   
Scope: Consists of clipped reviews of Answer back.


box-folder   3/27  
VII. Material toward Garbage wars . Consists of material toward Garbage Wars (New York: Atheneum, 1979) July 25, 1969-November 20, 1970. [series]: (Finkel II) (18 items, 21pp.)   
Scope: Includes correspondence between Finkel and Harry Ford and correspondence with others concerning Garbage wars. Chronological order.


 
Greenstein, Milton, The New Yorker.
 
1970: March 31, ((TLS, 1p w/Auto note))
 
Urdang, Constance, 1922-, American author.
 
To Harry Ford, 1918-, American editor.
 
1969: December 14, ((TLS, 1p))   
Scope: Includes a review of The garbage wars written by Richard Howard.


box-folder   3/28-31  
VIII. Material toward Adequate earth ca. 1972 [series]: (Finkel II) (69 items.)   
Scope: Consists of material toward Adequate Earth (New York: Atheneum, 1972) Includes correspondence, reviews, material regarding the musical performance of Adequate earth, and photographs.


box-folder   3/28  
VIII. 1. Material toward Adequate earth --Correspondence. (January 7, 1970-January 24, 1977) (Finkel II) (30 items, 42pp.)   
Scope: Correspondence between Finkel and Harry Ford regarding Adequate earth. Letter of January 28 1973 from Finkel to Harry Ford includes the following texts: The stranger [poem], Hands [poem], Alms [poem], and The man carrying bricks [poem].


box-folder   3/29  
VIII. 2. Material toward Adequate earth --Reviews. ca. 1973 (Finkel II) (6 items.)   
Scope: Consists of clippings of reviews of Adequate earthIncludes reviews from Richard Howard, Roger Murray, and the The Antarctican Society.


box-folder   3/30  
VIII. 3. Material toward Adequate earth --Material for orchestral/choral performance of Adequate earth . (Finkel II) (12 items.)   
Scope: Consists of correspondence, clippings, St. Louis Symphony programs, announcements, and news release.


box-folder   3/31  
VIII. 4. Material toward Adequate earth --Photographs. (Finkel II) (21 photographs.)   
Scope: Consists of Photographs considered for the cover of Adequate earth. William R. Curtsinger.


box-folder   4/32-34  
IX. Material toward A mote in heaven's eye ca. 1975 [series]: (Finkel II) (22 items.)   
Scope: Consists of material toward A Mote in Heaven's Eye, (New York: Atheneum, 1975). Includes notebook, correspondence, and review.


box-folder   4/32  
IX. 1. Material toward A mote in heaven's eye --Notebook. (Finkel II) (1 items.)   
Scope: Consists of one undated notebook containing drafts of poem, fragments, and notes.


box-folder   4/33  
IX. 2. Material toward A mote in heaven's eye --Correspondence. (February 16, 1974-December 9, 1977). (Finkel II) (18 items. 19pp.)   
Scope: Consists of correspondence concerning A mote in heaven's eye between Donald Finkel, Harry Ford, and others.


 
Ford, Harry 1918-, American editor.
 
To Urdang, Constance.
 
1975: June 18, ((TL, 1p))
 
Urdang, Constance, 1922-, American author.
 
To Harry Ford.
 
1975: June 14, ((TLS, 1p w/envelope))
box-folder   4/34  
IX. 3. Material toward A mote in heaven's eye --Reviews. (Finkel II) (3 items.)   
Scope: Consists of reviews of A mote in heaven's eye. Includes reviews by Richmond Lattimore and David Bromwich.


box-folder   4/35, 40-43  
X. Material toward Going under/Endurance ca. 1975 [series]: (Finkel II) (94 items.)   
Scope: Consists of material toward Going Under/Endurance, (New York: Atheneum, 1975), including notebooks, correspondence, and reviews. Box 4, Fol. 35, 40-43.


box-folder   4/35  
X. 1. Material toward Going under/Endurance --source material. (Finkel II) (68 items.)   
Scope: Consists of 11 articles concerning caves, especially Kentucky caves, and concerning the history of the Cave Research Foundation. Also contains 2 maps of Kentucky cave systems and material from the Cave Research Foundation. Xeroxes of newspaper articles are also included.


box-folder   4/40-41  
X. 2. Material toward Going under/Endurance --Notebooks. (Finkel II) (2 items.)   
Scope: Consists of two bound notebooks labeled Going Under I and Going Under II and dated April 13, 1976-December 30, 1976 and December 31, 1976- respectively. Include poems, fragments, notes and clippings toward Going under.


box-folder   4/42  
X. 3. Material toward Going under/Endurance --Correspondence. May 26, 1977-August 27, 1979. (Finkel II) (20 items, 24pp.)   
Scope: Includes correspondence between Finkel and Harry Ford regarding Going under/Endurance.


box-folder   4/43  
X. 4. Material toward Going under/Endurance --Reviews. (Finkel II) (4 items.)   
Scope: Reviews of Going under/Endurance. Includes copies of a review by Harry Marten.


box-folder   5/44-49  
XI. Material toward What manner of beast ca. 1981 [series]: (Finkel II) (49 items.)   
Scope: Consists of material toward What Manner of Beast, (New York: Atheneum, 1981) including source material, correspondence, reviews, and editorial matter.


box-folder   5/44  
XI. 1. Material toward What manner of beast --source material. (Finkel II) (2 items.)   
Scope: Consists of two articles concerning the songs of whales.


  5/45  
XI. 2. Material toward What manner of beast -Correspondence.   
Scope: Consists mainly of correspondence between Finkel and Harry Ford regarding What manner of beast. 21 items, 31pp. Letter written by Finkel to Ford dated May 31, 1980 includes the following texts (x): The garden [poem], His need [poem], Why [poem], and The negative particle [poem].


 
Urdang, Constance.
 
To Harry Ford.
 
1981: November 6, ((TLS, 1p))   
Scope: Includes caricature of Donald Finkel and Constance Urdang.


 
1983: September 19, ((TLS, 1p))
 
[n.d.]. September 14, ((ACS, 1p))
box-folder   5/46  
XI. 3. Material toward What manner of beast --Reviews. (Finkel II) (22 items.)   
Scope: Consists of reviews of What manner of beast. Includes reviews by Howard Schwartz, Mary Kinzie, Robert von Hallberg, and Jay Parini.


  5/47-49  
XI. 4. Material toward What manner of beast --editorial material.   
Scope: Consists of setting copy, galleys and proofs of What manner of beast. 4 items.


box-folder   5/47  
XI. 4. a. What manner of beast --setting copy. (Finkel II) (1 item. One setting copy, Ts(x) with printer's markings.)
box-folder   5/48  
XI. 4. b. What manner of beast --corrected galley. (Finkel II) (1 item. 1 set of galleys with printer's markings.)
box-folder   5/49  
XI. 4. c. What manner of beast --galley. (Finkel II) (1 item.)
 
XI. 4. d. What manner of beast --proofs. (1 item.)   
Scope: Filed in Urdang papers, Box 10.


box-folder   5/51-53  
XII. Material toward The detachable man [series]: (Finkel IIFinkel II) (193 items.)   
Scope: Consists of material toward The Detachable Man (New York: Atheneum, 1984). Three groups of material including typescripts, correspondence, and editorial material.


box-folder   5/51-53  
XII. 1. Material toward The detachable man --drafts. (Finkel II) (180 items.)   
Scope: Consists of three groups of Ts drafts toward The detachable man.


box-folder   5/51  
XII. 1. a. Typescript drafts of poems toward The detachable man , many with revision. Ts, Ts(x). (Finkel II) (78 items, 98pp.)
 
The beggar's song [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Between wars [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
The blind man's song [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
The change [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate to heavy revision.


 
De rerum natura [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Downstairs [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1 draft, 1p.)
 
The drunkard's song [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
The drunken poet, after Mei Yao-ch'en and Su Tung-P'o [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Encounter [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Ephemera [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Home thoughts [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 1 draft, 1p.)
 
The idiot's song [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
In the trap [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)
 
The kindly ones [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1 draft, 1p.)
 
The phrygian version [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 6 drafts, 11pp. Heavy revision. 2p notes.)
 
Please turn to page 3A [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
The suicide's song [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Sun and I [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Un poco piu presto [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 2 drafts, 3pp.)
box-folder   5/52  
VII. 1. b. Material toward The detachable man (Finkel II) (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. 96 items. 102pp.)   
Scope: Contains tables of contents, notes and poems written for The detachable man, some of which were not used.


box-folder   5/53  
XII. 1. c.Material toward The detachable man (Finkel II) (6 items.)   
Scope: Bound typescript draft of The detachable man, including four letters dated February-July, 1984, from Harry Ford concerning The detachable man. Also includes Copy submission form from Atheneum.


box-folder   6/54  
XII. 2. Material toward The detachable man --Correspondence. December 12, 1983- August 25, 1984 (Finkel II) (11 items, 12pp.)   
Scope: Consists of correspondence between Finkel and Harry Ford regarding publication of The detachable man.


box-folder   6/55  
XII. 3.Material toward The detachable man --Editorial material. (Finkel II) (2 items.)   
Scope: Consists of two sets of page proofs for The detachable man, one of which has corrections marked.


box-folder   6/56-59  
XIII. Material toward Selected shorter poems ca. 1987 [series]: (Finkel II) (32 items.)   
Scope: Contains material toward Selected Shorter Poems. (New York: Atheneum, 1987) including notes, drafts of poems, editorial material and reviews.


box-folder   6/56  
XIII. 1. Material toward Selected shorter poems . (Finkel II) (Ts, Auto. 41pp. 26 items.)   
Scope: Contains tables of contents and notes toward Selected shorter poems Housed with author's folder which contains Auto notes on the inside. Includes drafts of multiple poems.


 
Dionysus [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)
 
Walking the dog [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 1 with light revision. 2pp.)
box-folder   6/57-58  
XIII. 2. Selected shorter poems --proofs. (Finkel II) (4 items.)   
Scope: Consists of two sets of page proofs, one Ts(x). The other includes notes from Finkel, Ts, 2pp. and note from printer.


box-folder   6/59  
XIII. 3. Selected shorter poems --review. (Finkel II) (2 items.)   
Scope: Consists of two clipping copies of a review from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.


box-folder   7-9/60-75  
XIV. Material toward The wake of the electron [series]:   
Scope: Consists of material toward The Wake of the Electron (New York: Atheneum, 1987). Made up of four groupings including drafts, correspondence, reviews, and editorial material. 617 items. Box 7, Fols. 60-64. Box 8, Fol. 65-67. Box 9, Fols. 68-75.


box-folder   7/60-64  
XIV. 1. The wake of the electron --material toward. (Finkel II) (237 items, 498pp.)   
Scope: Contains correspondence, maps and other source material, notes, tables of contents and drafts of poems toward The wake of the electron. Also contains a corrected draft and a draft Ts(x) of The wake of the electron.


 
Clewall, David 1955-, American author.
 
1985: April 23, ((TLS, 1p.))   
Scope: Enc: (TLS, 7pp).


box-folder   8-9/65-70  
XIV. Material toward The wake of the electron --Drafts. [series]: (Finkel II) (341 items.)   
Scope: Ts drafts toward The wake of the electron. Two groups of Ts drafts.


box-folder   8/65  
XIV. 2.a. Material toward the wake of the electron . (Finkel II) (201pp.)   
Scope: Drafts. Consists of Ts and Auto drafts of poems, notes, and fragments toward The wake of the electron. Also includes material toward a group of poems not used in The wake of the electron. 22pp. This group includes:


 
All we need [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light to moderate revision.


 
At 3 a.m. the dogs [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light to moderate revision. Alternately titled The dogs at night.


 
Boat-pullers [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
The change [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Coin oracle [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Alternately titled The book of change.


 
Coming [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
The man in the street [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Please turn to page 3A [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Some nights [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
The sun and I [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto. 1 draft, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
The tenth mu [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Why not [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision.


box-folder   8-9/66-70  
XIV. 2.b. The wake of the electron --drafts. (Finkel II) (118 items, 777pp.)   
Scope: Consists of Ts and Ts(x) drafts of The wake of the electron with corrections as well as Ts, Ts(x), and Auto drafts of poems and notes.


box-folder   9/71  
XIV. 3. The wake of the electron --correspondence. August 19, 1985-September 26, 1987. (Finkel II) (31 items.)   
Scope: Correspondence regarding the writing of and reactions to The wake of the electron, in chronological order. Includes 3 (x) copies of the cover of The wake of the electron and 1 copy of last page of the book. Also includes group of correspondence with Harry Ford.


 
Clewall, David, 1955-, American author.
box-folder   7/64  
1985: April 23, (Finkel II) ((TLS, 1p.))   
Scope: Enc: (TLS, 7pp) Filed with Material toward The wake of the electron,


 
Davidson, Tina, American composer.
 
1985: December 14, ((TLS(p), 1p w/Encl, 2pp))
 
1986: January 7, (TLS(p), 2pp); September 14, ((TLS(p), 2pp w/Encl))
 
[n.d.]. ((ALS, 1p w/Encl))   
Scope: Encl: "To Understand Weeping," musical composition.


 
Finkel, Donald, 1929-, American author.
 
Hall, Ron.
 
1984: March 23, ((TLS(x), 2pp))
 
1985: June 20, ((TL, 1p))
 
Garst, Tom, 1923-, American author.
 
[n.d.] January 14, (TLS(p), 6pp); January 30: ((TLS(p), 2pp))
 
Hall, Ron, Sunday Express Magazine.
 
1984: April 10, ((TLS (x), 2pp))
 
Unidentified author.
 
[n.d.]. ((TLS, 2pp))
box-folder   9/72  
XIV. 4.Material toward The wake of the electron --Reviews. (Finkel II) (3 items.)   
Scope: Consists of two reviews of The wake of the electron.


box-folder   9/73-77  
XIV. 5. Material toward The wake of the electron --Editorial material. (Finkel II) (5 items.)   
Scope: Consists of various editorial material toward The wake of the electron including cover, setting copy, mock up, and proofs.


box-folder   9/73  
XIV. 5.a.Material toward The wake of the electron --Editorial material--cover. (Finkel II)   
Scope: Consists of one matted dust jacket of The wake of the electron.


box-folder   9/74  
XIV. 5.b.Material toward The wake of the electron --Editorial material--Setting copy. (Finkel II)   
Scope: Consists of one setting copy of The wake of the electron with printer's marks.


box-folder   9/75  
XIV. 5.c.Material toward The wake of the electron --Editorial material--Mock up. (Finkel II)   
Scope: Consists of one mock up of The wake of the electron with light correction.


 
XIV. 5.d.Material toward The wake of the electron --Editorial material-- Proofs.   
Scope: Consists of two sets of proofs for The wake of the electron.


box-folder   10/79  
XV. Material toward A splintered mirror [series]: (Finkel II) (183 items)   
Scope: Material toward A Splintered Mirror: Chinese Poetry from the democracy Movement San Francisco North Point Press, 1991. Alternately titled Like a Rising Flag. Translations by Donald Finkel and Carolyn Kizer with Xueliang Chen, Guohua Li, Jinsheng Yi, and Y.H. Zhao. Includes TS and. Auto drafts of poems, title pages, and tables of contents. also includes several drafts of an introduction. 183 items, 284 pp. Filed in author's order, in alphabetical order:


box-folder   10/79  
Bei Dao (Finkel II)
 
Accomplices [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 5pp.)   
Scope: Translations with Xueliang Chen. Moderate revision.


 
Answer [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: With Xueliang Chen. Published in Seneca Review


 
The august sleepwalker [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts. 6pp.)   
Scope: With Xueliang Chen. Moderate revision. Published in Folio, Winter 1988-89


 
Country night [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: With Xueliang Chen. Published in Seneca Review 17/2, 1987.


 
Elegy [poem]. [n.d.]. With Xueliang Chen. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: With Xueliang Chen.


 
For many years [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 7 drafts, 7pp.)   
Scope: With Xueliang Chen. Moderate revision.


 
Love story [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: With Xueliang Chen. Moderate revision.


 
Many years ago [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: With Xueliang Chen.


 
Memory [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: With Xueliang Chen.


 
Notes on the city of the sun [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 3 drafts, 5pp.)   
Scope: With Xueliang Chen. Light revision.


 
The oranges are ripe [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: With Xueliang Chen.


 
Snow line [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: With Xueliang Chen. Moderate revision. Published in Seneca Review 17/2, 1987.


 
A ticket [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: With Xueliang Chen.


 
Transparent grief [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: With Xueliang Chen. LIght revision. Published in Folio, Winter 1988-89.


 
Unfamiliar shore [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 6pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
The window in the cliff [poem]. [n.d.].   
Scope: Ts, Auto. 8 drafts, 8pp. With Xueliang Chen. Moderate revision. Alternately titled The window on the cliff.


 
A witness [poem]. [n.d.].   
Scope: Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp. With Xueliang Chen.


box-folder   10/79  
Duo Duo. (Finkel II)
 
Crows [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: With Guohua Li.


 
From death's point of view [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: With Guohua Li.


 
When the people arose from cheese [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 16pp.)   
Scope: With Guohua Li. Moderate to heavy revision.


box-folder   10/79  
Gu Cheng. (Finkel II)
 
Ark [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Autumn [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Black and white sketches [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: With Guohua Li. Light revision.


 
Capital "I" [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 8pp.)   
Scope: With Jinsheng Yi. Light revision.


 
A crack [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Dream garden [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
I'm a headstrong boy [poem]. [n.d.]. (ts. 3 drafts, 6pp.)   
Scope: Moderate to heavy revision.


 
Leaving the graves (in Chong Quing) [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 10 drafts, 31pp.)   
Scope: With Jinsheng Yi. Heavy revision. Alternately titled Farewell to the graves (in Chong Ching), and Farewell, cemetery (in Chong Ching).


 
Parting [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)
 
Rebel camp in the Hindu Kush [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: With Sheng-Tai Chang. Light revision.


 
Sometimes I think [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
When hope comes back (for Shu Ting) [poem]. [n.d.]. (1 draft, 2pp.)
 
When I blink [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: With Sheng-Tai Chang. Light revision. One draft on verso of draft of A crack.


 
Winter longing [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Yesterday [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
box-folder   10/79  
Jiang He. (Finkel II)
 
Kua Fu [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 7pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Alternately titled Chasing the sun.


 
Pan Gu [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 10pp.)   
Scope: With Guohua Li. Moderate revision. Alternately titled Dividing heaven, and Dividing the sky.


 
Unfinished poem [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 18pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


box-folder   10/79  
Mang Ke. (Finkel II)
 
After the night [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
A fallen tree [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Old age [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: With Sheng-Tai Chang. Light revision.


 
Sorrows [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 15pp.)   
Scope: With Sheng-Tai Chang. Moderate revision.


 
These days [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: With Sheng-Tai Chang. Light revision.


box-folder   10/79  
Shu Ting. (Finkel II)
 
Also all [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: With Yi Jinsheng. Light revision. Alternately titled This is also all, and This also is all.


 
A boat [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Boat with two masts [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: With Sheng-Tai Chang.


 
Brother, I'm here [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 5pp.)   
Scope: Moderate to heavy revision. Alternately titled I'm here.


 
Gifts [poem]. [n.d.]. (4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Moderate to heavy revision.


 
Island dream [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision. Alternately titled Dream of an island.


 
Protest of a generation [poem]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: With Guohua Li. Alternately titled Cry of a generation.


 
The wall [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


box-folder   10/79  
Yang Lian. Nuo-Ri-Lang [poem]. [n.d.]. (Finkel II) (3 drafts, 14pp.)   
Scope: Heavy revision.


box-folder   10-12/80-91  
XVI. Material toward Beyond despair [series]: (Finkel II) (596 items.)   
Scope: Includes poems, fragments, tables of contents, and notes toward an unpublished manuscript entitled Beyond despair. Alternately titled Here. Also includes Ts and Ts(x) drafts of the manuscript and a small amount of correspondence.


box-folder   10-11/80-86  
XVI. 1. Material toward Beyond Despair (Finkel II) (438 items.)   
Scope: Includes notes, poems, fragments, and tables of contents toward Beyond despair.


box-folder   10-11/ 80-85  
XVI. 1.a. Material toward Beyond Despair (Finkel II) (414 items, 535pp.)   
Scope: Early material toward. Includes 2 letters, notes, poems, fragments, and tables of contents toward Beyond Despair. Auto, Ts, and Ts(x). Order of poems is author's.


 
XVI. 1.a. i Early Correspondence related to Beyond Despair   
Scope: Includes 2 pieces of correspondence, one with attached poem, as follows:


 
to Kleuter, Jeff, Finkel's student.
 
[n.d.]. ((TL, 1p.))
 
Attached. For Jeff [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Located in Fol. 83.


 
To Ford, Harry, 1981-, American publisher.
 
[n.d.]. ((TL, heavily revised, 1 draft, 2pp))   
Scope: Located in Fol. 80.


box-folder   10-11/ 80-85  
XVI. 1.a. ii Material toward Beyond Despair. Early material toward. Includes notes, poems, fragments, and tables of contents toward Beyond Despair . Auto, Ts, and Ts(x). Order of poems is authors. (Finkel II) (414 items, 535pp.)
 
Addressee deceased: return to sender [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 7pp.)   
Scope: Heavy revision. Published in Cream City Review, Vol. 2, No. 2/3.


 
After [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 6pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Aftershocks [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 5pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Alternately titled Temporary amnesia.


 
After words [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Published in Panoply 2/2, Winter 1988.


 
An Aphrodite for Alberti [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
An entirely new idea [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 10 drafts, 16pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Published in The Missouri Review 10/3, 1987.


 
Arcadio [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 6 drafts, 15pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Alternately titled The gardner. Published in Pacific Review, Winter 1988.


 
Artemio [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 4 drafts, 8pp.)   
Scope: Heavy revision. Alternately titled Masks.


 
At Roxy's topless (for Cinnamon) [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 10 drafts, 12pp.)   
Scope: Heavy revision. Alternately titled A hymn for Cinnamon. Published in Kenyon Review 11/1, Winter, 1989.


 
At the lab [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Aubade [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
August sunset [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Pacific Review, Winter 1988.


 
August sunset, San Miguel [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
The beggars [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)
 
Beyond despair [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 6 drafts, 29pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
The biogenesis of stone [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Burnt umber study [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Published in Pacific Review, Winter 1988.


 
Campus dogs [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 8 drafts, 8pp.)   
Scope: Light revision. Published in Kenyon Review 11/1, Winter 1989.


 
Catechism [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Changes [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 11 drafts, 16pp.)   
Scope: Heavy revision.


 
Changes: Madame de Lassus [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Cold comfort [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 6 drafts, 6pp.)
 
Coming back [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Alternately titled Separation. Published in The Yale Review 77/1, Autumn 1987, under the title Separation.


 
Coming home [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Concert [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Crossing the border [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Country music [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Published in Panoply, Winter/Spring, 1987.


 
Deshabille [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Light revision. Published in Denver Quarterly, Fall, 1988.


 
The difference [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Dryad [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)
 
Dry time [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. 6 drafts, 6pp.)   
Scope: Light revision. Published in Denver Quarterly, Fall, 1988.


 
Dusk [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)
 
Early rains [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)
 
Errata [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Light revision. Alternately titled Erraum. Published in Chelsea 47, 1988.


 
A few more questions [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Flight of the bumblebee [poem]. [n.d.]. (1 draft, 1p.)
 
For Jeff [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
For whose use [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 9 drafts, 8pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Published in Denver Quarterly, Fall, 1988.


 
The geopolitics of stone [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Getting the message [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)
 
Gifts (for Deb and Wally) [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)
 
Girl weeping [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
A glimpse [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
A glimpse of Pan [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision. Published in The Chronicle of Higher Education. November 29, 1989.


 
Good measure [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3pp.)
 
Go on [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Gospel hour [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Great-tailed grackle [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Light revision. Alternately titled Boat-tailed grackle.


 
Heroic measures [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 11 drafts, 12pp.)   
Scope: Heavy revision. Published in Grand Street 8/1, Autumn, 1988.


 
His book [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Home free [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2pp.)
 
How to say no [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
How to say yes [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 5 drafts, 5pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
The icthyology of dust [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
If everything big, nothing big [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 6 drafts, 6pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
In brief [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
The incomparable Oates [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 7 drafts, 13pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Alternately titled The dubious end of soldier Oates, The end of soldier Oates and Going outside. Published in River Styx 30, 1989.


 
The incompetent seraph [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)
 
In Dicken's house [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Alternately titled In the author's house. Published in Poetry, September, 1988.


 
Insomnia [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Interval [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 7 drafts, 7pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Alternately titled Encounter. Published in Grand Street 8/1, Autumn, 1988.


 
Intimations [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
It was never going to be like this [poem]. [n.d.]. (Auto. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Jaap [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Joy ride [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Light revision. Published in The New Republic, February 9, 1987.


 
Just the thing [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Alternately titled What's in it for me.


 
The kindly ones [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. 8 drafts, 10pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Published in Grand Street, 3/9, 1984.


 
Last words [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Late February thaw [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
A little more time [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Lizard [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
The long migration [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 6 drafts, 9pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Loosestrife watch [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 5 drafts, 5pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Loot [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Lot's wife [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 9 drafts, 9pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Published in Chelsea 47, 1988.


 
Lupe's story [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Alternately titled The rider.


 
Marriage [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
The matter at hand [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Meeting adjourned [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision. Published in The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 29, 1989.


 
Misdemeanor [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Morning after [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
The mouth of despair [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 5pp.)   
Scope: Light revision. Alternately titled The mouth of the DesPeres.


 
My tribe [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. 6 drafts, 6pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Natural history [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
The natural history of dryads [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 9 drafts, 17pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Fragments alternately titled Just the thing, and In the waiting room. Published in The Laurel Review 22/2, Summer, 1988.


 
New Year's morning [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 11 drafts, 12pp.)   
Scope: Heavy revision. Published in Panoply, Winter/Spring, 1987.


 
Nobody's keeper [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 7 drafts, 7pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Published in Zone 3 3/2, Spring 1988.


 
No more [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. On same page as a draft of Deshabille.


 
Nostalgia [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 6 drafts, 6pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Now [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Odd job [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
On pain of death [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 8 drafts, 8pp.)   
Scope: Heavy revision.


 
Orgy des beaux arts [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Light revision. Published in Zone 3 3/2, Spring 1988.


 
Out there [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Departures.


 
Parable of the fig [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 5 drafts, 6pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Alternately titled Parable of the peach.


 
Passing [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. 7 drafts, 17pp.)   
Scope: Light revision. Alternately titled Just passing, and Passing: Baptiste Ducoigne.


 
The pathology of fire [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Paving despair [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
The phrygian version [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Published in Poetry, Vol.CLI, No. 1--2, 1987.


 
Portrait of a poet old before his time [poem]. [n.d.]. (2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Alternately titled A carpet.


 
Portrait of the artist as an old man [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 14pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Published in The Ontario Review 28, Spring-Summer, 1988 under the title Four portraits of the artist as an old man.


 
The present [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Published in The Missouri Review 10/3, 1987.


 
Professor emeritus [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 20 drafts, 23pp.)   
Scope: Heavy revision. Alternately titled My best to the wife. Published in Zone 3 3/2, Spring 1988.


 
Pulling and hauling [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Published in Panoply 2/2, Winter 1988.


 
Rara avis [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x), Auto. 6 drafts, 6pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Remains [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 5 drafts, 12pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Return of the prophets [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Alternately titled Making do.


 
Revenge of Marsyas [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
Second childhood [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
The sense of the meeting [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)
 
Skipping over the dead [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Alternately titled Hold on.


 
So long [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)
 
Sometimes [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Speculations [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Published in The Missouri Review 10/3, 1987.


 
Sub rosa [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts(x), Auto. 2 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Light revision. Published in The Ontario Review 25, Fall-Winter, 1986-87.


 
Sufficient unto the day [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Sufficient to the day. Published in Seneca Review 17/1, 1987.


 
Taking the waters [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision. Alternately titled At Lebadaeia.


 
The tenant [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Published in The Ontario Review 25, Fall-Winter, 1986-87.


 
The tenth mu [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)
 
Terminal checkpoint [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled The door.


 
Theft [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Then what [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1 draft, 1p.)
 
The theology of water [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 7 drafts, 17 pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
A theory of hydrodynamics [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Thin ice [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
This is where [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 8 drafts, 8pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. One draft on verso of draft of For whose use. Alternately titled This is where I draw the line. Published in The New Republic, April 13, 1987.


 
This year [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Alternately titled Before the walls.


 
The threshold [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 4 drafts, 8pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Published in Pacific Review, Winter 1988.


 
The time of my life [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 3 drafts, 3pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled Night music. Published in Panolply 2/2, Winter 1988.


 
The times and trials of Moses Austin [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 7 drafts, 52pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Published in Kenyon Review 12/2, Spring 1990.


 
Too late [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 6 drafts, 15pp.)   
Scope: Heavy revision. Alternately titled Two late.


 
The transmutation of lead [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Transmutations [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
A web [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 4 drafts, 4pp.)   
Scope: Light revision. Alternately titled Affinities. Published in Seneca Review 17/1, 1987, under the title Affinities.


 
Web [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Waiting for the monarchs [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 8 drafts, 8pp.)   
Scope: Light revision. Published in The Laurel Review 22/2, Summer, 1988.


 
What in the world [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Auto. 10 drafts, 18pp.)   
Scope: Heavy revision.


 
What's in a name [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 7 drafts, 7pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Published in The Missouri Review 10/3, 1987.


 
What the wind murmured [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)
 
What to do with your new Goya [poem]. [n.d.]. (5 drafts, 5pp.)
 
The wilderness [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 6 drafts, 6pp.)   
Scope: Alternately titled In the wilderness. Published in The Missouri Review 10/3, 1987.


 
The winter journey [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts, Ts(x). 9 drafts, 23pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision. Alternately titled A winter journey. Published in The Missouri Review 10/3, 1987.


 
Your secret [poem]. [n.d.]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Alternately titled A pistol.


box-folder   11/86  
XVI. 1. b. Material toward Beyond despair (Finkel II) (24 items, 64pp.)   
Scope: . Includes poems toward Beyond despair, notes, an introduction, correspondence, and a draft of Beyond despairdated 1989.


 
XVI. 1. b . i Correspondence ca. 1989 related to Beyond Despair
 
Finkel, Donald, 1929-, American author.
 
To Ford, Harry, 1918-, American editor.
 
1989: February 5, ((TL, 2pp))
 
Ford, Harry, 1918-, American editor.
 
1989: January 31, (TLS, 2pp)
 
1989: February 12, (TLS, 2pp)
box-folder   11/86  
XVI. 1. b . ii Poems related to Beyond despair . Includes notes, an introduction, and a draft of Beyond despair dated 1989. (Finkel II) (ca. 20 items, 64pp.)
 
Almost breaking through . [poem] [1985]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
The annals of Despair . [poem] [1985]. (Ts. 1 draft, 3pp.)
 
The burning of Rome . [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Considering the wilderness . [poem] [1985]. (Ts. 1 draft, 2pp.)   
Scope: Heavy revision.


 
For whose use . [poem] [1985]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 5pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
The incomperable Oates . [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1 draft, 2pp.)
 
In Dicken's house . [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1 draft, 1p.)
 
Item . [poem] [1985]. (Ts. 1 draft, 2pp.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
The rebuilding of Rome . [poem] [n.d.]. (Ts(x). 1 draft, 1p.)
 
The river Despair . [poem] [1985]. (2 drafts, 2pp.)
 
Ste. Genevieve . [poem] [1985]. (Auto. 1 draft, 2pp.)
 
Two mutations . [poem] [1985]. (Ts. 1 draft, 1p.)   
Scope: Light revision.


 
Unearthing the Peres . [poem] [1985]. (Ts. 1 draft, 2pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


 
The winter journey . [poem] [1985]. (Ts. 1 draft, 3pp.)   
Scope: Moderate revision.


box-folder   11-12/87-90  
XVI. 2. Material toward Beyond despair --drafts. (Finkel IIFinkel II) (140 items, 380pp.)   
Scope: Includes Ts, and Ts(x) drafts of Beyond despair, one with alternate title, Here.


box-folder   12  
XVI. 3. Material toward Beyond despair --Quotes. Consists of 18 groups of Ts quotes toward Beyond despair . (Finkel II) (Item 91.)
box-folder   12-14/92-103  
XVII. Miscellany. [series]: (Finkel II) (351 items.)   
Scope: Consists of four general groups of miscellaneous material: Manuscripts by others, Clippings, Literary miscellany, and General miscellany.


box-folder   12-13/92-97  
XVII. 1. Manuscripts by others. (Finkel II) (279 items.)   
Scope: Consists of manuscripts by others, including a large body of poetry by Arthur Brown.


box-folder   12-13/92-96  
XVII. 1. a. Material toward a special River Styx devoted to the poetry of St. Louis poet Arthur Brown (1947-1982) entitled A Trumpet in the Morning (Finkel II) (276 items, 440pp.)   
Scope: Includes correspondence regarding this issue, a copy of the introduction written by Finkel, notes toward the magazine and a body of poetry written by Arthur Brown used to edit the magazine, much of which consists of duplicates and all of which is Ts(x). Also includes clippings regarding the magazine and a manuscript, The sound of the sly mongoose, a journal for Mister Richard Ruland, by Arthur Brown Ts(x), 29pp. A Trumpet in the Morning,River Styxno. 16, Special Arthur Brown issue, 1985..


 
Castro, Jan. River Styx.
 
[n.d.]. ((ALS, 1p w/Encl))   
Scope: Encl: Galley of bijou [poem] by Arthur Brown, 1p.


 
Castro, Michael,American author.
 
((ALS, 1p w/Encl))   
Scope: Encl: Editor's lists of poems, 4pp.


 
Finkel, Donald, 1929-, American author.
 
To unidentified.
 
[n.d.]. ((TLS, 1p w/Encl))   
Scope: Encl: Introduction, table of contents, layout, 7pp.


 
Koelzer, Dewi.
 
[n.d.]. ((ALS, 1p))
 
Schwartz, Howard,,American author.
 
1984: March 30, ((TLS, 1p w/Encl))   
Scope: Encl: Editor's lists of poems, 7pp.


 
1985: January 28, ((TLS, 1p))
 
Unidentified author.
 
[n.d.]. ((ALS, 2pp w/Encl))   
Scope: Encl: An interview with Arthur Brown, 8pp.


 
Wilson, Mary, Create Studio Media Photo.
 
[n.d.]. ((ALS, 1p w/Encl, w/envelope))   
Scope: Encl: Cover for River Styx Arthur Brown issue which was not used (x).


box-folder   13/98  
XVII. 2. Miscellany-- Clippings. (Finkel II) (29 items.)   
Scope: Consists of newspaper and magazine clippings concerning Finkel, readings by Finkel, and general news items.


box-folder   13/99  
XVII. 3. Literary miscellany. (Finkel II) (17 items.)   
Scope: Consists of miscellaneous material relating to Finkel's career, including poetry reading announcements, book announcements, and other miscellaneous material.


box-folder   13-14/100-103  
XVII. 4. General miscellany. (Finkel II)   
Scope: Consists of three groups of miscellaneous material including scrapbooks, general miscellany and material relating to the Morton Dauwen Zabel Award. 26 items.


box-folder   13/100  
XVII. 4. a. General miscellany. (Finkel II) (14 items.)   
Scope: Consists of miscellaneous material including Princeton and Washington University information.



Scope: Also includes the following item.


 
The Ice Cap News. Published by the American Society of Polar Philatelists. Vol.18, No. 1, (Whole No. 97). January-February 1973. (40 pp.)   
Scope: Filed in general correspondence, February 20, 1973.


box-folder   13/101  
XVII. 4. b. Miscellaneous material concerning the Morton Dauwen Zabel Award which Finkel received in 1980. (Finkel II) (10 items.)   
Scope: Includes the program for the presentation of the award and clippings.


box-folder   14/--  
XVII. 4.c. Scrapbooks. (Finkel II) (Items 102, 103.)   
Scope: Consists of two large, undated scrapbooks including programs, announcements, clippings, assorted correspondence, reviews, some editorial material and general miscellany.


box-folder   15-19/--  
XVIII. Little Magazines [series]: (Finkel II) (177 items.)
box-folder   15/--  
The American Poetry Review . Philadelphia, PA. Vol. 2, No. 3. (May/June 1973) (Finkel II)
box-folder   15/--  
Drowning [poem]. For every dog [poem]. If he could [poem]. It makes no difference [poem]. Late news [poem]. (Finkel II)
box-folder   15/--  
Accent .Urbana, IL. (Finkel II)
 
Vol. 16, No. 3. (Summer 1956) Includes Poem [poem].
 
Vol. 18, No. 2. (Spring 1958) Includes Drinking Song, Dust on an apple [poems].
box-folder   15/--  
Antaeus .New York, NY. (Finkel II)
 
No. 4. (Winter 1971) Includes Mad Tom, And so it fell, Game [poems].
 
No. 7. (Autumn 1972) Includes Riddle [poem]. Also include