Perspective Magazine Archives, 1947-1980
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box-folder   6-12/33-91  
II. Material toward individual issues. [series]:   
Scope: Consists of correspondence, manuscripts, editorial matter, and miscellaneous materials relating to individual issues of Perspective.


box-folder   6/33  
II. 1. Vol 5, no. 3. (1 item.)   
Scope: Consists of a page of auto notes regarding contributors and lengths of manuscripts.


box-folder   6/34-35  
II. 2. Vol 6, no. 4. (37 items.)   
Scope: Consists of manuscripts and editorial matter.


 
II. 2. a. Manuscripts. This folder contains mss for this issue, arranged alphabetically by author. Includes 3 title pages without corresponding mss: Summer, clear weather [story] by Curt Richard Schneider, Dark forest [story] by Pawel Mayewski and Robin Redbreast and the wren [story] by M.M. Liberman.
 
Auden, W H. New year letter [poem]. 1946. (Ts. 1p. fragment.)
 
Bowen, Donna. Pursuit [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Edelstein, Sanford.
 
Postscript on William Carlos Williams [essay]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
William Carlos Williams: essential speech [essay]. (Ts, Ts(cb). heavy revision. 2 drafts, 4p.)
 
Eluard, Paul. Notre annee [poem]. (Ts. 2p. in French.)
 
Farallon, Cerise.
 
Declaration [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Kisses [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Pullulation [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Finkel, Donald. Donald Finkel's "The man on the machine bulls dirt," revised by the poet [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Franck, Dorothea S. Tales by Turkey's Aziz Nesin [essay]. (Ts(cb). light revision. 2 drafts, 4p.)
 
Halperin, Mark. Sea wall at Veracruz [poem]. 1960: June 24. (Ts. 6p. includes AN.)
 
Halpern, Elliott. The barge [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Johnson, Geoffrey. The compleat angler [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Laforgue, Jules.
 
Advertissement [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Le brave, brave automne! [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Lorca, Federico Garcia. Portrait, with a shadow [poem]. (Ts. 1p. translated by Lysander Kemp.)
 
Marcus, Morton. Bull [poem]. [1958]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
Martinson, Harry. Night in the interior [poem]. (Ts. 1p. translated by Frederic Fleisher.)
 
Miles, Josephine.
 
Headless [poem]. (Ts(cb). 1p.)
 
Mercury [poem]. (Ts(cb). moderate revision. 1p.)
 
Pride [poem]. (Ts(cb). 1p.)
 
Ride [poem]. (Ts(cb). 1p.)
 
Nathan, Leonard. A field guide for western wildlife [poem]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
Warren, Ines Ossman. My America [essay]. (Ts(cb). light revision. 3p.)
 
Weiss, Nathan; and Price, TheodoreThe serpent [essay]. (Ts(x). 8p.)
 
II. 2. b. Editorial matter. Includes list of researchers for forthcoming William Carlos Williams issue, notes on contributors, notes on layout, announcement for issue, requests for submissions and other editorial matter.
box-folder   6/36  
II. 3. Vol 7, no. 2, Summer, 1954. (1 item.)   
Scope: Consists of Ts note for unidentified manuscript.


box-folder   6/37  
II. 4. Vol 7, no. 3, Autumn, 1954. (1 item.)   
Scope: Consists of list of possible contributors and manuscripts received for William Carlos Williams issue.


box-folder   6/38  
II. 5. Vol 8, no. 2. (1 item.)   
Scope: Consists of title page for Tra la la la (story) by Sylvan Karchmer.


box-folder   6/39  
II. 6. Vol 8, no. 3. (3 items.)   
Scope: Consists of contributor's notes for Charles Norman and M.M. Liberman and title page for Big Buick to the pyramids (story) by Liberman.


box-folder   6/40  
II. 7. Vol 11, no. 1. (1 item.)   
Scope: Consists of draft of table of contents for the isue with auto list of authors.


box-folder   6/41-44  
II. 8. Vol 13, no. 3. (32 items.)   
Scope: Consists of manuscripts and editorial matter.


box-folder   6/41 folder  
II. 8. a. Manuscripts. Consists of mss for the issue arranged alphabetically by author. (27 items.)
 
Bradley, Sam. I am made privilege to private view [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Farrelly, David. Heart's fling: the poetry of W.D. Snodgrass [essay]. (Ts. light revision. 24p.)
 
Finkel, Donald.
 
The dream: Rousseau [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Letter found in a thermos bottle [poem]. (Ts(cb). light revision. 1p.)
 
Oedipus at San Francisco [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Rimbaud [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Tale [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Topiary [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Geiger, Don. Lesson for critics [poem]. (Ts, Ts(x). 2 drafts, 10p.)
 
Gordon, David J. D.H. Lawrence's quarrell with tragedy [essay]. (Ts. moderate revision. 23p.)
 
Hermann, John Arthur. The laurel wreath is ready now [story]. (Ts. light revision. 18p.)
 
Hitchcock, George.
 
The romantic [poem]. (Ts(cb). light revision. 1p.)
 
Various archeologies [poem]. (Ts(cb). 1p.)
 
Jerome, Judson. Eve: night thoughts [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Knoepfle, John.
 
Aeschylus in East St. Louis [poem]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
East St. Louis [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Legler, Philip.
 
For an ex-monk, honeymooning abroad [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Victorian epilogue [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Lindeman, Jack. Foxhole outpost [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Mendelson, Chaim. Larceny [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Nathan, Leonard. Escape [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Robin, Ralph. Uncel rat and all the distortions [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Spencer, James. Grandfather [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Stineford, Raymond.
 
Reconstituted lemon [poem]. (Ts(cb). light revision. 1p.)
 
Winter heat [poem]. (Ts(cb). 1p.)
 
Urdang, Constance Henriette. The lives of the poets [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
II. 8. b. Editorial matter. Includes TNS from Jarvis Thurston to Peter Molman, 1964:Mar 4, table of contents, notes on contributors, galley and mock-up for the issue. (6 items.)
box-folder   6-7/45-48  
II. 9. Vol 13, no. 4, Autumn, 1964. (35 items.)   
Scope: Consists of manuscripts and editorial matter.


box-folder   6/45  
II. 9. a. Manuscripts. Consists of mss for the issue, arranged alphabetically by author. (25 items.)
 
Bock, Frederick.
 
Augury by grapevine: my fortune told again [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Exiting [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Why my friends foster a Korean child [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Bradley, Sam. Grotesquerie of critics [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
DeJong, David C.
 
Deeply temperate, somewhat rural [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Friend and husband [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Fullen, George. Sunflower quilt [story]. (Ts. 14p.)
 
Holmes, Theodore. The sea [poem]. (Ts. 3p.)
 
Jerome, Judson.
 
The day of the fire department fiftieth anniversary parade [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The itch [poem]. (Ts. 12p.)
 
Mendelson, Chaim. Resort [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Morris, Harry Caesar. All protection gone [poem]. (Ts. 4p.)
 
Nathan, Leonard.
 
Summoning the birds [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Vatsyayan says [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Parsons, Thornton H. The civilized poetry of John Crowe Ransom [essay]. (Ts. 25p.)
 
Pollack, Felix. Mohl [poem]. (Ts(cb). 2 drafts, 1p.)
 
Porter, Norman.
 
Recognition [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
There they are [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Rechter, Judith. Ex patria [poem]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
Rubin, Larry. Payments to parents [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Simmons, Joseph Edgar.
 
Madonna in the woods [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The magnetic field [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Revere Beach, Boston [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Sward, Robert. First snowfall [poem]. 1964: June. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
Taylor, John.
 
Appointment [poem]. (Ts(cb). 1p.)
 
The pilot light [poem]. (Ts(cb). 1p.)
 
II. 9. b. Editorial matter. Editorial matter, gally and mock-up for this issue.
box-folder   7/49-51  
II. 10. Vol 14, no. 1. (27 items.)   
Scope: Consists of manuscripts and editorial matter.


 
II. 10. a. Manuscripts. Contains manuscripts for the issue, arranged alphabetically by author.
 
Birney, Earle. Late afternoon in Manzanillo [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Gardner, John Champlin. Art, life and Aunt Etwell [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Goedicke, Patricia. Lip service [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Greene, George. Elizabeth Bowen: imagination as therapy [essay]. (Ts. 14p.)
 
Halpern, Martin. At a corner of the corso [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Hitchcock, George.
 
Circe [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
My days and nights [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Maguire, Marion. I surely will recall of you [story]. (Ts. 20p.)
 
Nathan, Leonard.
 
Another prospect [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
One more betrayal [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Orlen, Steve. The knife-sharpener [poem]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Robin, Ralph. Cities of speech [poem]. (Ts. 4p.)
 
Salisbury, Ralph.
 
The mould that jelly grows [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
To my wife: on our being rained out of Eden in the fall [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Sward, Robert.
 
Reader of newspapers [poem]. 1964: July. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Theory of flight [poem]. 1964: July. (Ts. 1p.)
 
What has happened [poem]. 1964: December. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Weaver, Gordon. Nigger Sunday [story]. (Ts. 10p.)
 
Zorn, George A. Mr. and Mrs. McGill [story]. (Ts. 30p.)
 
II. 10. b. Editorial matter. Consists of table of contents, notes on contributors, auto list of questions about copy, 2 auto reader's reports for Gordon Weaver's "Nigger Sunday" [story and galley proof..
box-folder   7/52-53  
II. 11. Vol 14, no. 2.   
Scope: Manuscripts and editorial matter.


 
II. 11. a. Manuscripts. Contains manuscripts for this issue, arranged alphabetically by author.
 
Bradley, Sam.
 
Mirror man [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Moonstruck [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Venom, the powers say- [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Brosman, Catharine Savage. At the snail's eye [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
DeJong, David C. Presenting your mourner [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
DeJong, David Cornell. Patriotic extension [poem]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
Finkel, Donald.
 
Coats [poem]. (Ts (x), Ts (cb). light revision. 4p.)
 
Shave a pig [poem]. (Ts (x). light revision. 1p.)
 
The Sibyl [poem]. (Ts (x). 1p.)
 
The thin man to his mate [poem]. (Ts (x). 1p.)
 
Halperin, Mark. Letters to A. from the magician's assistant [poem]. (Ts (cb). light revision. 3p.)
 
Holmes, Theodore. Light [poem]. (Ts. 7p.)
 
Hunt, Hugh Allyn. Rebuilding in a brittle world [story]. (Ts. 14p.)
 
Ignatow, David.
 
The last battle [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
My shortcomings [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Levin, Nidra. A wedding party in Piazza Navona [story]. (Ts. moderate revision. 2 drafts, 50p. AN on one draft indicates that it is the earlier.)
 
Mendelson, Chaim. Field trip to Rutherford [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Nathan, Leonard.
 
Exclusions [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Report from everywhere else [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Resolution [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
A trinket [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Salisbury, Ralph.
 
An awakening [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The dreamer and the wars [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
The only winner of all the wars [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Taylor, John. The lionhearted [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Whitbread, Thomas.
 
A marriage [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Nearing a January [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Reflections on light [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
II. ll. b. Vol. 14, no. 2, Winter 1966. Editorial matter. Consists of the galley, with editorial markings, for the issue.
box-folder   8/54-55  
II. 12. Vol 14, no. 3, Spring, 1966. (41 items.)   
Scope: Consists of manuscripts and editorial matter.


 
II. 12. a. Manuscripts. Consists of mss for the issue, arranged alphabetically by author.
 
Adler, Carl. The ghost [story]. (Ts. 29p.)
 
Black, Charles Lund. A character [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Bradley, Sam. Reflections [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Dressel, Jon L.
 
I closed a deal the day before [poem]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p.)
 
Lament for a cheerful Presbyterian [poem]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 6p.)
 
Eaton, Charles Edward. Watering horses [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Flaherty, Doug. The flute player [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Goedicke, Patricia.
 
The princess [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Two by two [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Holland, William. Airport civil rights: PVC return [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Hunt, William. Concept of the electrical body [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Legler, Philip.
 
Did you see that tree? [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Tournament day, Virginia [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
McCloskey, Mark.
 
The businessman's kiss [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
If I should kill myself [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
New stranger [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Nathan, Leonard.
 
Messenger [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The sisters [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
What matters [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Reiter, Thomas. The sensitive fence-painter approaches 40 [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Rogers, Del Marie. Everywhere I go [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Sandy, Stephen.
 
Blind accordionist [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Chantey for Minnesota under the occupation [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Poem [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Scott, Herbert. Words for an older sister [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Sebenthall, Roberta. Hans Christian Anderson [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Sebenthall, Roberta E. Wild geese [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Starck, Clemens. Seven studies for a self-portrait [poem]. (Ts (cb). 7p.)
 
Stoop, Norma McLain. Branch line [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Whitbread, Thomas.
 
Bede [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
New school in January [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Question [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Whitehead, Lee M. Art as communion: Auden's "The sea and the mirror" [essay]. (Ts. 13p.)
 
Willard, Nancy.
 
Elegy for a painter [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
First lesson [poem]. Ts. 3p.
 
Patisserie [poem]. Ts. 2p.
 
II. 12. b. Editorial Matter. Consists of 2 uncorrected issues which were not distributed.
box-folder   8/56-59  
II. 13. Vol 14, no. 4. (33 items.)   
Scope: Consists of manuscript and editorial matter.


 
II. 13. a. Manuscripts. Consists of mss for the issue, arranged alphabetically by author.
 
Baumgold, Julie. Oldest and youngest [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Beer, Barbara. Happy isle [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Binney, James. Samson [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Bottom, Stanwood K. Jr.
 
Because autumn is slowly [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The saint at the bar [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Casty, Alan. The winged life destroy [story]. (Ts. light revision. 26p.)
 
Cooperman, Stanley. Inventory [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Davis, Mary.
 
On packing blankets [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Zut alors [poem]. (Ts. 1p. Auto note on recto crossed out.)
 
Dickey, R(obert) P(reston). Fried rabbit [poem]. (Ts. 1p. signed.)
 
Foster, Ruel Elton. It looks neurotic outside [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Gasser, Larry W. The walled city [poem]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
Halperin, Martin. Dream-telling I [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Langton, Daniel J. On taking my wife to Dachau [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Levertov, Denise. The gypsy's window [poem]. (Ts. 1p. manuscript signed; intended for use in this issue, but was not used, marked "not available.".)
 
Moore, Richard.
 
At home in the country [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
To a poetess judge [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Nathan, Leonard.
 
The catch [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Composition [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Hunt [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The world before this one [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Nitchie, George Wilson. The orphans: for Rilke, for Mallarme [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Petrie, Paul James. Notes of a would-be traveler [poem]. (Ts. 3p.)
 
Rubin, Larry. Suspension [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Sebenthall, Roberta. Acquainted with a change of bobcats [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Willard, Nancy. The hucklebone of a saint [story]. (Ts. 26p.)
 
Wilson, Robley. A fear of children [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
II. 13. b. editorial matter. Includes editorial matter, galleys and mock-up for the issue.
box-folder   9/60-63  
II. 14. Vol. 15, no. 1. (31 items.)   
Scope: Consists of manuscripts and editorial matter.


 
II. 14. a. Manuscripts. Consists of mss for the issue, arranged alphabetically by author.
 
Adams, Janis.
 
December [poem]. 1965: November. (Ts. 1p.)
 
How you've changed [poem]. 1966: January. (Ts. 1p.)
 
An inquiring mind [poem]. 1965: December. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Belind, Bruce. A little something for everybody [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
DeJong, David C.
 
Coming of age [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Estimates and presumptions [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Farrelly, David.
 
Envoi [poem]. (Ts (cb). 1p.)
 
In memoriam [poem]. (Ts (cb). light revision. 1p.)
 
Fuller, R Buckminster. To Dr. Jonas Edward Salk [poem]. 1956. (Ts (x). 20p. inscribed to Guy Cardwell, signed and dated 1956:Dec 5; poem was not used in this issue.)
 
Geiger, Don. There is a garden [poem]. (Ts. 3p.)
 
Geroch, Dorothy.
 
In phase [poem]. (Ts (mim). 1p. Ts epigraph from Gary Snyder: Praise for sick women [poem].)
 
Preliminary conversation on esthetics [poem]. (Ts (mim). 1p. Ts (mim) draft of The Vietnamese woman after a raid [poem] on recto; crossed out.)
 
Hermann, John Arthur. The legacy [story]. (Ts. light revision. 19p.)
 
Lawder, Douglas.
 
The nature of forms [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Recalling the sound of that winter [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Watching a boy playing on railroad tracks in the great plains [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Lynch, John A. Everything will be all right [story]. (Ts. 15p.)
 
Magowan, Robin.
 
Days of 1956 [poem]. (Ts (cb). 2p.)
 
When spring expands [poem]. (Ts (cb). 1p.)
 
Salisbury, Ralph.
 
The child-seller [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Hill farm and a natural enough descent [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Summers, Hollis Spurgeon.
 
All the wax museum [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
The performance [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Zander, William. Prayer III [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
II. 14. b. Editorial Matter. Consists of the editorial matter for the issue. Includes Ts draft of the table of contents and notes on contributors, an Auto list of contributors, ALS from Jarvis Thurston to the printer, 1967:May 7, a galley,. a corrected galley and mock-up.
box-folder   10/64-68  
II. 15. Vol 15, no. 2. (34 items.)   
Scope: Consists of manuscripts and editorial matter.


 
II. 15. a. Manuscripts. Consists of mss for the issue, arranged alphabetically by author.
 
Banks, Loy. Passage [story]. (Ts. light revision. 10p.)
 
Casto, Robert Clayton. Coldness of dancers [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Goedicke, Patricia. Hymn:
 
aeolian [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The sound he makes [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Starfish, sunflower. Gardens of the upper air [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Lechlitner, Ruth. "Self-knowledge is always bad news" [poem]. (Ts. 3p.)
 
Legler, Philip.
 
Privileges [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
The single bigamist [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Lief, Ruth Ann. Untouched by solemn thought [story]. (Ts. 28p.)
 
MacCormack, Harry. The revolving door [poem]. (Ts. 7p.)
 
Meyers, Bill.
 
The Duffy's, San Juan, P.R. [poem]. (Ts (x). heavy revision. 1p.)
 
Poems from the city [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Moore, Richard.
 
Canzone for a tower [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Doctor cat [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
An old performer [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
A way out [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Parker, Stephen.
 
After the ball is over [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Edna Lefleur [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
A young mother's song [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Scott, Herbert.
 
The beekeeper's wife [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Lines on the ninetieth birthday of Addie C. [poem]. (Ts. 5p. signed.)
 
Sebenthall, Roberta.
 
The sieves [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Under the volcano [poem]. (Ts. moderate revision. 2p.)
 
Stoop, Norma McLain. Sestina of heros [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Torgersen, Eric. Her villanelle [poem]. (Ts (cb). 1p.)
 
Tudor, Stephen.
 
The houses [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
In the dark [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Moving day [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Visitors [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Victor, Florence.
 
Agnostic [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Pact [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
II. 15. b. Manuscripts. Consists of editorial matter for the issue. Includes Ts draft of table of contents and notes on contributors, Auto list of contributors, 14 readers' reports on mss submitted for publication, corrected galley and a mock-up.
box-folder   10/69-73  
II. 16. Vol 15, no. 3. (39 items.)   
Scope: Consists of manuscripts and editorial matter.


 
II. 16. a. Manuscripts. Consists of the mss for the issue, arranged alphabetically by author.
 
Bentley, Beth.
 
The floor [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Roethke: Seattle [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Cooperman, Stanley. Carnival at Mt. Whistler [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Edelman, Elaine. The gardener [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Finkel, Donald. The corkscrew [poem]. (Ts (x). 7p.)
 
Holmes, Theodore. The smile of death [poem]. (Ts. 3p.)
 
McPherson, Sandra. Deus ex machina [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Morris, John N.
 
Authurian episode [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Some books [[poem]]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Way out west [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Nathan, Leonard. The loophole [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Novak, Michael Paul.
 
Chekhov [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The crossing out [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Dominoes [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Posner, David Louis. Puerto Rico [poem]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
Salisbury, Ralph.
 
A querulousness [poem]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
Realism and a romantic age [poem]. (Ts. 1p. paste-up.)
 
Taylor, Jane. The poetry of Galway Kinnell [poem]. (Ts. moderate revision. 16p.)
 
Zeugner, John F. Hit moving into the ball, and off the right foot [story]. (Ts. 38p.)
 
II. 16. b. Editorial matter. Includes editorial material, readers' reports, galleys, mock-ups and page-proofs.
box-folder   11/74-76  
II. 17. Vol 15, no. 4. (25 items.)   
Scope: Consists of manuscripts and editorial matter.


 
II. 17. a. Manuscripts. Contains the manuscripts for the issue, arranged alphabetically by author.
 
Cooperman, Stanley. Atrocity! Atrocity! [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Fitzgerald, Barbara. Blues for my father [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Friedman, Paul. An evening of fun [story]. (Ts. light revision. 2 drafts, 76p.)
 
Goedicke, Patricia. Lady beware [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Grimes, Martha. To Randall Jarrell [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Gustafson, Richard F. Sparrows were Aphrodite's birds [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Hazo, Samuel. Script for an obelisk [poem]. (Ts (cb). 1p.)
 
Hutton, Mary. Landscape [poem]. (Ts. 1p. signed.)
 
Inez, Colette. Were two, am one [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Kroll, Ernest.
 
Das Ewige Wieblich [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Hibiscus and two nuns [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Illusion [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Morality [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Night ballgame at Chillicothe, O. [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Orion over Nevada [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Main, J M. Lillian [story]. (Ts. 19p.)
 
Moore, Richard. Memoir of a pilot [poem]. (Ts. 6p. includes Auto notes.)
 
Rubin, Larry. Elektra, discharged [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Stefanile, Felix.
 
Hometown: I [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Hometown: II [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Hometown: III, moon over Broadway [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Weiss, Theodore Russell. Mount Washington [poem]. (Ts(cb). light revision. 8p.)
 
II. 17. b. Editorial Matter. Consists of editorial matter for the issue. Includes corrected galley and mock-up.
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II. 18. Vol 16, no. 1. (18 items.)   
Scope: Manuscript and editorial matter.


 
II. 18. a. Manuscripts. Consists of the mss for the issue, arranged alphabetically by author.
 
Finkel, Donald.
 
Gesture [poem]. (Ts(x). 1p. Auto note to printer on recto.)
 
Mail [poem]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
The testament of peeping Tom. [poem]. (Ts(x). 4p.)
 
Gardner, John Champlin.
 
The governor in the dark [poem]. (Ts. 4p.)
 
The stranger in the grove [poem]. (Ts. 3p.)
 
Howard, Richard.
 
Don Finkel: "There is no perfection possible. But there is tomorrow" [essay]. (Ts(x). moderate revision. 13p. Auto note to printer on title page.)
 
Theodore Weiss: "No shore beyond our own" [poem]. (Ts(x). 22p. Auto note to printer on title page.)
 
Manalli, Fred S. Paradise, it's a nice place [story]. (Ts. moderate revision. 16p.)
 
Mooney, Michael McDonald. The colossus of North Hackett [story]. (Ts. light revision. 17p.)
 
Nathan, Leonard.
 
Apology [poem]. (Ts. 1p. Auto note on recto.)
 
Consummation [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Stillinger, Jack.
 
My friend Gordon explains physics to the world [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Peonies over the eyes [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Taylor, John. Snowing again [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Urdang, Constance. The woman in the attic [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
II. 18. b. Editorial Matter. Consists of editorial matter for the issue and includes Ts draft of table of contents and notes on contributors, collected galley and mock-up.
box-folder   12/81  
II. 19. Vol. 16, no. 2. (51 items.)   
Scope: Manuscripts and editorial matter.


 
II. 19. a. Manuscripts.
 
Bricuth, John.
 
The dream [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The edge [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The fencer [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The touch [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Burnham, Philip E.
 
The gardener [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Icarus [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Eaton, Charles Edward. Homage to the infanta [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Halperin, Mark.
 
War poem [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The wish-bone [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Hitchcock, George.
 
Landscape with schloss [poem]. (Ts. light revision. 1p. signed.)
 
Quetzalan [poem]. (Ts. light revision. 1p. signed.)
 
Lechlitner, Ruth. Buzzard [poem]. (Ts. light revision. 3p.)
 
Legler, Philip. On receiving a drawing of your hand [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Major, John W. Those eager and willing young ladies [story]. Ts. moderate revision. (16p.)
 
Moore, Richard. Lament for a fertile father [poem]. (Ts. 3p.)
 
Morin, Edward.
 
And see the world [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Christmas again [poem]. (Ts(cb). 2p.)
 
The pearl-handled skyline [poem]. (Ts. light revision. 2p.)
 
Test of strength [poem]. (Ts. heavy revision. 1p.)
 
Nash, Ralph.
 
The punctuated daily prose [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Scratching on a clay tablet [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Nathan, Leonard.
 
Apology [poem]. (Ts. 1p. page of galley marked "kill"; poem does not appear in issue.)
 
Waheela: a study [poem]. (Ts. 7p.)
 
Novak, Michael Paul. Dominoes [poem]. (Ts. 1p. tear sheet, marked as sample of spacing for printer; Chekhov [poem] by Novack on verso.)
 
Ochester, Edwin.
 
Daytona Beach concert [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The residue [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Shop sign [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Pinckney, Dorothy Cowles. Dissertation on windowglass [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Plumly, Stanly. A mind for evening [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Salisbury, Ralph. Come near the western edge, I try a last myth for the childhood of my sons [poem]. (Ts. light revision. 2p.)
 
Sebenthall, Roberta.
 
Cuckoo house [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Fiftieth anniversary [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Two nuns on a beach [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Taylor, Jane. The poetry of Galway Kinnell [essay]. (Ts. 2p. tear sheet, marked to be used as sample of spacing for printer; not used in this issue.)
 
Taylor, John.
 
Filleting a northern [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
On the terrace [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Tootell, Jack.
 
Orange [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Trespass [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Troutner, Jack. The astronaut not to come back [poem]. (Ts. 1p. signed.)
 
Walker, David.
 
Pinewoods in August [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Telephone poles [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Whitman, William Tate.
 
The dolphin [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Summer [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Where it's at [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Witt, Harold. The father image [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
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II. 20. Vol 16, no. 3. (7 items.)   
Scope: Manuscript and editorial matter.


 
II. 20. a. Manuscripts. Includes the manuscripts for this issue, arranged alphabetically by author.
 
Cope, Nidra Levin. Terminal moraine [story]. (Ts. moderate revision. 37p. includes ANS from Stanley Elkin, 1969: March 21.)
 
Goldknopf, David. Good-by, Ariadne [story]. (Ts. moderate revision. 44p.)
 
Hermann, John Arthur.
 
I am the girl, she said [story]. (Ts. light revision. 15p. published under the title M (T) W (Th) F.)
 
To Peter, with luv [story]. (Ts. 16p. published under the title M (T) W (Th) F.)
 
II. 20. b. Editorial matter. Consists of editorial material, notes on contributors, galley for the issue.
box-folder   12/85  
II. 21. Vol. 17, no. 1. (8 items.)   
Scope: Consists of some of the manuscripts used in this issue, arranged alphabetically by author.


 
Carver, Raymond. A dog story [story]. (Ts, Ts(x). light revision. 2 drafts, 52p.)
 
Gardner, John Champlin.
 
Legend [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Los Angeles [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The motorcycle riders [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
The things [story]. (Ts. light revision. 24p.)
 
Merrill, James Ingram. Electra: a translation [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Nemerov, Howard. The outage [story]. (Ts. 8p.)
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II. 22. Vol. 17, no. 2, Spring, 1973. (22 items.)   
Scope: Manuscript and editorial matter.


 
II. 22. a. Manuscripts. Includes manuscripts for the issue, arranged alphabetically by author.
 
Aiken, William. Standard of eagles [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Cooley, Peter. Possessed [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Curley, Daniel. It's dark in this ice box, brother, when you shut the door [story]. (Ts(cb). 15p.)
 
Gildner, Gary. Spring morning in northern Michigan [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Hedin, Mary.
 
Osip Mandelstam [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
That other country [poem]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 4p.)
 
Hermann, John Arthur. Shebie [story]. (Ts. light revision. 22p.)
 
Inez, Colette.
 
The bone walkers, post world war three underground dream [story]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Lord high [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Mouths [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Kavaler, Rebecca. Director's notes for a play in three acts tentatively entitled "One man's meat is another man's family" [story]. (Ts. moderate revision. 20p.)
 
Nathan, Leonard.
 
Lullaby [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
One for the poet [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Squier, Jerrie. The elder [story]. (Ts. 33p.)
 
Sullivan, William M. Crystal diode [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
II. 22. b. Editorial matter. Includes editorial material, contributors' notes and other material.
box-folder   12/88-89  
II. 22. Vol. 17, no. 3
 
II. 23. a. Manuscripts. Consists of mss for issue, arranged alphabetically by author.
 
Bethel, Gar.
 
The clay bank [poem]. (Ts. light revision. 1p. Auto note on recto.)
 
Diversions [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Raku, the enjoyment of living [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Carver, Raymond. The fling [story]. (Ts. light revision. 24p.)
 
Coburn, Mark D. Nancy's blues: Faulkner's "That evening sun" [essay]. (Ts. light revision. 14p. Auto note to printer on last page.)
 
Corn, Alfred. The documentary on Brazil [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Doyle, Mike. Kora and Venus: process and object in William Carlos Williams [essay]. (Ts. 13p. signed; Auto note to printer on last page.)
 
Gangewere, Robert J. Wallace Stevens: five crucial words [essay]. (Ts. light revision. 13p. Auto note to printer on p.2, crossed out.)
 
Goedicke, Patricia.
 
Dear X [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
For Larry Pinkham, Opt [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Golffing, Francis. Sylvia's invective [poem]. (Ts(cb). 1p.)
 
Halaki, Theodore. Small island storm [poem]. (Ts(cb). 1p.)
 
Ignatow, Rose Graubert. In a mirror [poem]. (Ts. heavy revision. 11p.)
 
Kuzma, Greg.
 
The committee has met and decided to meet again [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
May [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Marcus, Stanley. Poem in dissent [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Myers, Neil. 1963: a girl abducted [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Pearce, Richard. Earning a name [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Roth, Henry H. To Grace, love Alan [story]. (Ts (cb). light revision. 21p.)
 
Sandrich, Nina. A ballad for the once beguiled [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Stoloff, Carolyn. The hole story [poem]. (Ts. light revision. 1p. Auto note to printer on recto.)
 
Thorpe, Dwayne. Good Friday, 1969. Driving westward [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
II. 23. b. Editorial Matters. Consists of editorial matters for the issue and consists of Ts drafts of table of contents and notes on contributors.
box-folder   12/90-91  
II. 24. Vol. 17, no. 4. (61 items.)   
Scope: Consists of manuscripts and editorial matter.


 
II. 24. a. Manuscripts. Consists of mss for the issue, arranged alphabetically by author.
 
Beeler, Janet.
 
Considerations on Indo-European culture [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
See the artist at work, 25c [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Wake [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Bock, Frederick. Four looks at the valet [poem]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
Carpenter, John R.
 
Coal [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Hinge [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Davis, William Virgil.
 
I have felt my bones [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
I have risen [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Some things the bones never know [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
When the hand from the dark.
 
Ditsky, John. You in your moods. [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Dorsett, Robert.
 
Something you said. [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
View from a first class passage. [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Hughes, Sophie. Sigmund Freud to the contrary notwithstanding. [poem]. (Ts(cb). 1p.)
 
Larsen, Eric. Sixteen pieces: a travelogue to Troy. [story]. (Ts. 19p.)
 
McGrath, Kristina. "For two thousand years..." [poem]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Mee, Suzie.
 
Bacon's advice. [poem]. (1p.)
 
The spine of Moses. [poem]. (2p.)
 
Subliminal text to "The Sound of Music." [poem]. (1p.)
 
Meek, Jay.
 
The darkness piper. [poem]. (1p.)
 
This is a movie. [poem]. (1p.)
 
Runaways. [poem]. (1p.)
 
Mulqueen, James E. A reading of Wallace Stevens' "An Ordinary Evening in New Haven." [essay]. (Ts. 16p.)
 
Pastan, Linda.
 
Aspects of Eve. [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Class notes. [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Polk, Dora. It was like. [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Rioff, Suzanne Berger. Viewing the sow [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Ritsos, Yannis.
 
Motionless oscillation [poem]. (Ts(x). 1p. Page also contains Disturbance [poem], translated by Minas Savvas.)
 
We wait [poem]. (Ts(x). 1p. Page also contains drafts of the following poems: Secret ritual, Dusk, A sick man's reward and Wonder, all translated by Minas Savvas.)
 
Robin, Ralph. The riddle of Fairfax Village [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Saltman, Benjamin. Winters and winters [poem]. (Ts. 2p.)
 
Saner, Reg.
 
Snow like fan mail [poem]. (Ts(x). light revision. 1p. signed.)
 
That line drawn at the moon [poem]. (Ts. 1p. signed.)
 
Schaeffer, Susan Fromberg.
 
I keep trying [poem]. (Ts. 1p. signed.)
 
Red desert [poem]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Smith, Dave.
 
The palmreader [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
A poem for Paula from Lake Michigan [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Sorrells, Helen. Something like peace [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Struthers, Ann. Down corn [poem]. (Ts. light revision. 2p.)
 
Summers, Hollis Spurgeon.
 
Morning [poem] (Ts. 1p.)
 
The mocking birds [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Svejda, James.
 
Hare [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Whaling [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Swets, Robert D.
 
Barry the bookseller vending the Golden Book of Whores [poem]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
The poet reading at the end of the world [poem]. (Ts(x). 1p.)
 
Tootell, Jack. End of the hollow and double [poem]. (Ts. 3p.)
 
Wallace, Ronald.
 
In the house of winter [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Lost in woods [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Whitman, William Tate.
 
The drowsing lion [poem]. (Ts. light revision. 1p.)
 
See how in leisurely living we accomplish our fullness [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Wrigley, Robert.
 
Aphid [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
Driving across Kansas [poem]. (Ts. 1p.)
 
II. 24. b. Editorial Matter. Consists of Ts drafts of table of contents, notes on contributors and index to Vol. 17.