Robert Sward Papers, 1951-1971.
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box-folder   43-44/412-430  
VII. 1. Personal miscellany. [subseries]: (328 items.)   
Scope: Consists of personal miscellany, including material for Soft Press, family documents, photographs, drawings and material for teaching.

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Contains items relating to the Soft Press. Includes A valentine to Hannah , excerpt from Kiss , bite and moo softly , excerpts from Mr. Scales , biographical note on Sward, 2 pp., description of the Press, and announcement sheets.
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Contains items relating to the Soft Press. Includes biographical statements, announcements of publications, the "Soft Motto" , and a Sward bibliography and resume.
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Contains newspaper clippings and photocopies of articles referring to Sward's poetry readings and publications. Included are articles about obscenity disputes at Bowling Green concerning Sward's poetry, announcements of readings, a page from Hudson Review , with Attic by the River , and Elm trees , by Sward, and short reviews of Sward's work.
box-folder   43-44/415  
Contains newspaper clippings and photocopies of articles referring to Sward's readings and work. Includes an interview with Sward, brief reviews of his work, announcements of readings, personal items concerning his family, and an account of an attack on Sward during a peace march.
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Contains an article by Irving Sward that apperared in Chiropody Record , a page of a letter from Gertrude, miscellaneous journal entries, quotations and fragments of a German record of the family line of the Huebsch family.
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Contains documents relating to the Huebsch family. Includes deeds, marriage certificates, membership document for the Masons, and receipts.
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Contains 1 collage, probably done by Judith Sward, of photos and clippings.
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Contains various bibliographies compiled by Sward over many years. Drafts and finished versions included.
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Contains various stray pieces of miscellaneous material related to life in Victoria, British Columbia. Includes documents referring to the Neo-American Church, and University of Victoria activities.
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Contains drawings by Rick Sargent of Sward, photos of Sward, Diane Sward, Ann Quin, and various people at writing conferences.
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Contains photos of Sward, Ann Quin, an unidentified woman, and a professional pen and ink sketch of the same woman.
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Contains items referring to Sward's teaching at the University of Victoria, Cornell University, and other colleges. Includes outlines for classes, announcements of poetry readings by others, and schedules of activties at the University of Victoria, notes, memos, and reader's comments on students' work.
box-folder   43-44/424  
Contains items referring to Sward's teaching at the University of Victoria. Includes syllabi, student poems, poems for clasroom use, and evaluations.
box-folder   43-44/425  
Contains items referring to the biographical data of various poets, including Sward.
box-folder   43-44/426  
Contains items referring to various poetry readings by Sward, documents dealing with a play he was in in college, press releases for readings, and brochure describing his services.
box-folder   43-44/427  
Contains items relating to the Northwest Poetry Circuit. Includes newsletters, itineraries, and poems to be read.
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Contains items relating to the Yaddo Conference, the Huntington Hartford Foundation, and Bread Loaf. Includes information sheets and newsletters.
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Contains catalogs, announcements, news releases, and posters concerning poetry books and readings by Sward and others.
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Contains offprints, clippings and photocopies of poems and articles by Larry Lieberman, Paul Viereck, Rosette Lamont, Irving Malin, Robert Sward, Jonathan Baumbach, Andrei Voznesensky, Al Purdy, Richard Shelton, Lyman Andrews, Thomas Lask, Gregory Corso, William Meredith, and reader's comments on Sward's work.