Perspective Magazine Archives, 1947-1980
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box-folder   13-15/92-104  
III. Business Material. [series]:   
Scope: Consists of business papers for Perspective: copyrights, tax materials, account books, legal papers, clippings, inventory notebooks and subscription lists.


box-folder   13/92  
III. 1. Inventory notebooks. (2 items.)   
Scope: Consists of records detailing stock of Perspective copies.


box-folder   13/93  
III. 2. Checkbooks. (4 items.)
box-folder   14/94-95  
III. 3. Subscription lists. (17 items.)
box-folder   14/96  
III. 4. Account books--subscriptions. (5 items.)
box-folder   15/97  
III. 5. Copyrights reassigned. (178 items.)
box-folder   15/98  
III. 6. Copyrights for each issue. (72 items.)
box-folder   15/99  
III. 7. Advertisements. (25 items.)
box-folder   15/100  
III. 8. Meetings, minutes of Board of Directors. (6 items.)
box-folder   15/101  
III. 9. Tax Material. (20 items.)
box-folder   15/102  
III. 10. Legal Papers. (20 items.)
box-folder   15/103  
III. 11. Clippings. (17 items.)
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III. 12. Miscellany. (20 items.)
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Manuscripts retained with correspondence.
 
Bethel, Gar. The clay bank [poem]. (Ts. 1p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Bethel, 1972:Jan 23.)
 
Bricuth, John. The touch [poem]. (Ts. 1p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from John Irwin, 1969:Mar 18.)
 
Cheshire, L. Perspective [poem]. (Auto. 1p. filed in Ser. I.1 with letter from Cheshire, 1949: Aug 1.)
 
Foc, Ott. [8 poems] [poem]. (Ts (x). 2p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Foc to Mona Van Duyn, n.d..)
 
Goldstein, Henry.
 
The house with the blue door [poem]. (Ts. 2p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Goldstein, 1974:June 6.)
 
On acquiring a votive candleholder at an antique shop in Southampton [poem]. (Ts. 1p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Goldstein, 1974:June 6.)
 
Yahrzeit [poem]. (Ts. 1p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Goldstein, 1974:June 6.)
 
Hitchcock, George. Arrival and departure [poem]. (Ts. 1p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Hitchcock, 1964:Apr 11.)
 
Kuhn, Harold. The song [poem]. 1956: April 25. (Auto. 1p. filed in Ser. I.1 with letter from Kuhn, 1956: May 17.)
 
Magowan, Robin.
 
Girl in black [essay]. (Ts (x). 2p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Magowan, [1968:Oct 20].)
 
Susan [poem]. (Ts (mim). 1p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Magowan, [1968:Oct 20].)
 
United Hungarian F.C. [poem]. (Ts (mim). 4p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Magowan, [1968:Oct 20].)
 
Zebekiko [poem]. (Ts (mim). 2p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Magowan, [1968:Oct 20].)
 
McGahey, Jeanne. Prologue for Western [poem]. (Ts. 1p. filed in Ser. I.1 with letter from McGahey, 1954: Feb 3.)
 
Meyers, Bill.
 
Consider me Adam, you be Eve: Eve (fl) [poem]. (Ts. 2 drafts, 2p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Meyers, 1967:Feb 13.)
 
Don't think it's easy or that I am kind (fl) [poem]. (Ts. 1p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Meyers, 1967:Feb 13.)
 
Not perfect, not willing, not believing (fl) [poem]. (Ts. 1p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Meyers, 1967:Feb 13.)
 
What crap! How can he call it poetry (fl) [poem]. (Ts. 1p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Meyers, 1967:Feb 13.)
 
Why are they indifferent, seriously (fl) [poem]. (Ts. 1p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Meyers, 1967:Feb 13.)
 
Why be nasty? Why not relent? Not I (fl) [poem]. (Ts. 1p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Meyers, 1967:Feb 13.)
 
Moore, Richard. The autobiography of a mouse [poem]. (Ts (x). 6p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Moore, 1969:Dec 9.)
 
Morin, Edward.
 
The pearl-handled skyline [poem]. (Ts. 1p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Morin, 1969:June 19.)
 
Test of strength [poem]. (1p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Morin, 1969:June 19.)
 
Neville, Patrick. Eulogy for Simone Weil [poem]. (Ts. 2p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Neville, n.d..)
 
Posner, David Louis. Dialogue with a dead Marxist [poem]. (Ts (x). 4p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Posner, [1968:May].)
 
Prager, Len. Progeny [poem]. (Ts. 1p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Prager, 1963:May 14.)
 
Schaeffer, Susan Fromberg. Alphabet [poem]. (Ts. 3p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Schaeffer, 1971 Sep 8.)
 
Sebenthall, Roberta. Cuckoo house [poem]. (Ts. 3p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Sebenthall, 1969:Apr 1.)
 
Skelley, C L., Jr.. Time allotted [poem]. (Ts. 1p. filed in Ser I.1 on card from Skelley, 1950: Jan 30.)
 
Stevens, Wallace.
 
Dinner bell in the woods [poem]. (Ts. 1p. filed in Ser I.2 with letter from Stevens, 1954:Aug 23.)
 
Reality is an activity of the most august imagination [poem]. 1954. (Ts. 1p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Stevens, 1954:Aug 23.)
 
Troutner, Jack. One pansy [poem]. (Ts. 1p. filed in Ser I.1 with letter from Troutner, 1969:July 2.)
 
Zabriskie, George. Postscript [poem]. (Ts. moderate revision. 1p. filed in Ser. I.1 with letter from Zabriskie, 1953.)