Guide to the Irving Rosenthal Papers

Joseph Geller
Department of Special Collections
Green Library
Stanford University Libraries
Stanford, CA 94305-6004
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Guide to the Irving Rosenthal Papers

Collection number: M1550

Department of Special Collections and University Archives

Stanford University Libraries

Stanford, California
Processed by:
Joseph Geller
Date Completed:
2008
Encoded by:
Joseph Geller
© 2008 The Board of Trustees of Stanford University. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Irving Rosenthal papers
Dates: ca. 1950-1996
Collection number: M1550
Creator: Rosenthal, Irving, 1930-
Collection Size: ca. 23 linear ft. (32 manuscript boxes, 1 half box, 7 flat boxes, 1 tube)
Repository: Stanford University. Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives.
Abstract: The papers document Irving Rosenthal's life from his childhood onwards, containing outgoing correspondence, doctoral dissertation materials, manuscript materials, and detailed documentation of his own novel, Sheeper. There are materials relating to his editorship of The Chicago Review and Big Table, his trip to Cuba in 1961, and his life in Tangier from 1962-1964. Also included are manuscripts by, and correspondence with, William Burroughs, Edward Dahlberg, Herbert Huncke, Allen Ginsberg, and Jack Smith. Other significant figures featured in the collection include Paul Bowles, Paul Carroll, Gregory Corso, Elsa Dorfman, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, George Harris III, Jack Kerouac, Eila Kokkinen, Robert LaVigne, Phillip Lamantia, Edward Marshall, Michael McClure, Peter Orlovsky, Ed Sanders, Philip Whalen, and John Wieners.
Physical location: Stanford University. Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives.
Languages: Languages represented in the collection: English

Access

Collection is open for research, except half box 40, which is closed until 01/01/2014; materials must be requested at least 36 hours in advance of intended use.

Publication Rights

Property rights reside with the repository. Literary rights reside with the creators of the documents or their heirs. To obtain permission to publish or reproduce, please contact the Public Services Librarian of the Dept. of Special Collections.

Preferred Citation

Irving Rosenthal papers, M1550. Dept. of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

Acquisition Information

This collection was purchased by Stanford University, Special Collections in December 2006. Accession 2005-126

Biography / Administrative History

Irving Rosenthal was born in San Francisco on October 9, 1930. He attended Pomona College and then the University of Chicago, where he did graduate work in human development.
In the late 1950s, Rosenthal became editor of The Chicago Review and succeeded in publishing poetry by Jack Kerouac, prose by Edward Dahlberg, and the first parts of William Burroughs's Naked Lunch before the University of Chicago censored his editorial practice. After resigning from The Chicago Review, he moved to New York and started Big Table magazine with the help of a colleague. Its first issue included the entire contents of the suppressed 1959 winter edition of The Chicago Review. Although Big Table survived only briefly, its few issues strengthened Rosenthal's connection to both the Dahlberg circle and the Beats.
Living in New York, Rosenthal developed particularly close relationships with Allen Ginsberg, Hubert Huncke, and other figures in the Beat movement. He subsequently visited Burroughs and Paul Bowles in Tangier and lived there from 1962 to1964. During this period he also began work on a novel, Sheeper, which was later published by Grove Press in 1967. Returning to New York, Rosenthal was drawn into the orbit of the experimental film maker, Jack Smith, and appeared in Flaming Creatures and No President.
In 1967 Rosenthal moved back to San Francisco with George Harris, founder of the Cockettes, to start the Kaliflower commune, which continues to exist and where he still lives.

Scope and Content of Collection

The collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, typescripts, photographs, artwork, periodicals, and ephemera. Folder numbers consist of the "box number.folder number," e.g. "1.12."

Arrangement

The collection is arranged in FOUR series:
Series I. Personal
Series II. Correspondence
Series III. Miscellaneous correspondence
Series IV. Professional

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
American literature- -20th century.
Beat generation.
Baraka, Imamu Amiri, 1934-
Bassin, Barry.
Birnbaum, Peter.
Bowles, Paul, 1910-1999.
Bremser, Bonnie, 1939-
Bremser, Ray.
Brown, Geoffrey.
Burroughs, William S., 1914-1997.
Carroll, Paul, 1927-
Cohen, Ira.
Corso, Gregory.
Dahlberg, Edward, 1900-1977.
Dorfman, Elsa.
Ferlinghetti, Lawrence.
Fisher, Melvin.
Fles, John.
Ginsberg, Allen, 1926-1997.
Gurin, David.
Harris, George.
Hasselwood, Dave.
Heine, William.
Huncke, Herbert.
Kerouac, Jack, 1922-1969.
Kokkinen, Eila.
LaVigne, Robert, 1928-
Lamantia, Philip, 1927-2005.
Marshall, Edward.
McClure, Michael.
Orlovsky, Peter, 1933-
Podell, Albert.
Rechy, John.
Rogers, Carl R. (Carl Ransom), 1902-1987.
Romagnolo, Fred.
Rosenthal, Irving, 1930-
Sanders, Ed.
Sanders, Melvin.
Schleifer, Marc.
Skir, Leo.
Smith, Jack, 1932-1989
Standal, Stanley W., 1922-
Sturz, Herbert.
Usdansky, George, 1924-
Whalen, Philip.
Wieners, John, 1934-
Zazeela, Marian.
Kerouac, Jack, 1922-1969. Old Angel Midnight Burroughs, William S., 1914-1997. Naked lunch Huncke, Herbert. Huncke's journal Rosenthal, Irving, 1930- Sheeper; "the poet! the crooked! the extra-fingered!" Chicago review. Big table.

Other Finding Aids

Gregory Corso Papers, M0721
Allen Ginsberg Papers, M0733

Container List

 

Series I. PERSONAL

Scope and Content Note

This series contains materials from Rosenthal's childhood, college years, early jobs, personal interests, and travels.
 

1.1.  Agnews State Hospital, 1951: materials from summer job at Agnews State Hospital; includes an evaluation of his experience.

 

1.2.  Athens, Greece, 1964: materials from stay; includes letters, tickets, business cards, receipts, notes, and map.

 

1.3.  Autobiographical statements and resumes, 1952-1965

 

1.4.  Bankbooks, 1948-1967

 

1.5.  Beads, 1963: correspondence with bead sellers regarding business Rosenthal tried to start in Tangier, Morocco; includes photographs.

 

1.6.  Camp Ramapo, 1955: materials relating to Rosenthal's summer job at Camp Ramapo; includes descriptions of the camp, schedules, notes, photographs of Rosenthal, and negatives.

 

1.7.  Childhood, 1932-1948: materials from childhood and high-school years; includes stamp albums, programs, report cards, and high-school diploma.

 

1.8.  Childhood, ca. 1932-1935: photographs of Rosenthal and family; removed from folder # 1.7.

 

1.9.  Childhood, autograph collection, 1945: autographs and autograph book

 

1.10.  Childhood, senior yearbook, 1948

 

1.11-2.3.  College years, 1948-1952

Note

Note: artwork removed to flat box # 3.1
 

1.11.  College years, 1948-1952: correspondence, admissions statement, test scores, report cards, papers, programs, clippings, gay bar ephemera

 

1.12.  College years, Bob Curiel, 1951-1952: one love letter to Curiel and lyrics to song Curiel played on guitar

 

1.13.  College years, design, 1950-1952: sketches, notes

 

1.14.  College years, classics course, 1951: notes and papers for classical civilizations course

 

2.1.  College years, private notes, 1950-1951: reading and thinking notes, quotes, notes, clippings on homosexuality

 

2.2.  College years, psychological analyses, 1951-1952: analyses of himself and others

 

2.3.  College years, writing, 1950-1952: poetry fragments, translations, beginning of a story

 

Flat Box 3.1.  College years, artwork, 1951-1952: Rosenthal's drawings and sketches, mostly charcoal on newsprint.

 

2.4-2.11  Cuba

 

2.4.  Cuba, 1960-1962: letters, clippings, typescripts, photograph

 

2.5.  Cuba, The Debriefing, 1961: typescript by Rosenthal

 

2.6.  Cuba, The PM Affair, 1961: typescript by Rosenthal

 

2.7.  Cuba, Jose Marti, ca. 1961: photographs of Marti and his exhumation, pamphlet, Vindicacion de Cuba

 

2.8.  Cuba, Bay of Pigs, 1961: photographs of invasion

 

2.9.  Cuba, Havana, 1961: photographs by Rosenthal

 

2.10.  Cuba, literary figures, 1960-1961: photographs of Pablo Neruda et al.; also meeting of artists and writers, including Rosenthal.

 

2.11.  Cuba, Tumba Francesa, 1961: photographs of Cuban film

 

2.12.  Declaration of Conscience Committee, 1961: letters by Philip Whalen, LeRoi Jones, et al.; also telegram, postcards, newsletter.

 

2.13.  Dissertation correspondence and criticism, 1958: letters, dissertation proposal

 

2.14.  Hare Krishna, 1967-1968: correspondence; includes ephemera, postcards, and photograph.

 

2.15.  Healthcare in New York, 1959-1967: bills, receipts, identification cards, letters

 

2.16.  Illinois Institute of Technology, 1954: letters, notes, drawing, report card

 

2.17.  Job hunting, 1959-1962: letters, business cards, notes

 

4.1  Navy correspondence course evaluation project, 1952-1954: letters, notes, telegrams

 

4.2.  New York City community college, 1965-1967: letter, student papers, notes, notebooks

 

4.3.  New York City notes and documents, 1964-1967: address book, notebook, identification cards, draft of poem on envelope

 

4.4.  Oahu, Hawaii, 1957: transcribed postcards

 

4.5.  Programmed instruction, 1962: letters, notes

 

4.6.  Salaries and taxes, 1948-1968: check stubs, tax forms, etc.

 

4.7.  Selective Service, 1950-1952: letters and forms

 

4.8  Tangier, Morocco, 1962-1964: letters, notes, business card, photographs of Paul Bowles, Peter Birnbaum, Ira Cohen, Rosenthal, et al.

 

4.9.  Teaching, Chicago, 1955-1957: notes, Rosenthal's transcripts, teaching materials, letters

 

4.10.  Teaching, New York, 1962-1965: forms, notes, letters, teaching materials

 

4.11.  U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1966: letters, clipping

 

4.12.  University of Chicago, 1952-1958: letters, forms, transcripts, identification card, audograph disc

 

40.1.  University of Chicago, Counseling Center, 1934-1954: letters, forms, and notes from Rosenthal's work as a counselor.

Note

Note: closed for privacy until 2014.
 

Series II. CORRESPONDENCE

Scope and Content Note

This series contains incoming and outgoing correspondence. Rosenthal often made carbon copies of his outgoing correspondence, so many files in this series offer insight into the development of his personal and professional relationships with a number of prominent Beat figures, including Allen Ginsberg, Herbert Huncke, and William Burroughs. As an editor, much of Rosenthal's correspondence included the exchange of manuscripts and other materials. Rather than removing these items and placing them in a separate series, we have left all items with the correspondence files in order to preserve the original context of these materials. Accordingly, in addition to correspondence, this series contains a large number of manuscripts and typescripts, as well as artwork, photographs, booklets, periodicals, and ephemera.
 

5.1.  Alexander, Dorris, 1951-1952: extensive correspondence; includes artwork, clipping, invitation, and postcard.

 

5.2.  Allan, Richard, 1952-1954: letters, greeting card

 

5.3.  Allen, Donald, 1958-2000: correspondence, postcard

 

5.4.  Ansen, Alan, 1958-1964: correspondence; includes typescript of "Running" and review of Gregory Corso's "Gasoline."

 

5.5.  Aronowitz, Al, 1959-1997: correspondence; includes The Blacklisted Journalist (1997).

 

5.6.  Arrabal, Fernando, 1959-1960: letter, flyers, photographs

 

5.7.  Bassin, Barry, 1966-1968: extensive correspondence; includes clippings, magazine, Night, issues 1 and 2, (1968), porno press and Hare Krishna press fragments.

 

5.8.  Bathhurst, Bill, 1966-1967: correspondence; includes typescript of poem, "HE."

 

5.9.  Beckett, Samuel, 1958: letter

 

5.10.  Benfield, Michael, 1966-1969: correspondence; includes copy of hospital admittance form and manuscript of poem, "Freedom Lost" written on a paper towel.

 

5.11.  Bentzel, Joseph, 1968-1969: correspondence; includes photographs.

 

5.12.  Birnbaum, Peter, 1964-1974: extensive correspondence; includes postcards, notebooks, photographs, artwork, and business cards.

 

5.13.  Birnbaum, Peter, ca. 1964-1974: printing scraps, clippings, artwork

 

5.14.  Birnbaum, Peter, 1968: Marbels from Cockaroch Morseleum by Isser Aronvici, published by Birnbaum.

 

5.15.  Bowles, Paul, 1959-1978: extensive correspondence regarding life in Tangier, Morocco and Big Table submissions and publications; includes two photographs (one landscape, one of Bowles) and typescripts, "Ketama-taza" (1959) and "The Ball at Sidi Hosni" (ca. 1960).

 

5.16.  Boyd, Robert, 1960-1961: note, typescripts of poems

 

5.17.  Brand, Arlene, 1957-1961: correspondence; includes greeting card and Audograph FL-60 disc.

 

5.18.  Breen, Walter, 1960: postcard

 

5.19.  Bremser, Ray and Bonnie, 1958-1962: extensive correspondence; includes letter from Ray Bremser to Gregory Corso; also photographs, postcards, artwork, manuscripts, and typescripts.

 

5.20.  Bremser, Ray, ca. 1959: typescript of "The Square"

 

5.21.  Brenan, Gerald, 1964: letter

 

5.22.  Brown, Chris, 1965-1968: correspondence, postcard

 

5.23.  Brown, Geoffrey, 1966-1967: extensive correspondence; includes typescripts and photographs.

 

5.24.  Brown, Geoffrey, 1967-1987: correspondence; includes typescripts and "A Free Book (But not without Cost)," a binder of poetry (1984), inscribed to Rosenthal.

 

6.1-6.7.  Burroughs, William, 1958-1962

Note

See also Big Table , folder # 33.4, for Naked Lunch typescripts
 

6.1.  Burroughs, 1958-1959: extensive correspondence, including correspondence between Burroughs, Rosenthal, Allen Ginsberg, et al., regarding the publication of Naked Lunch in The Chicago Review and Big Table and by Olympia and Grove Press; includes typescript portions of Naked Lunch, some with edits by Allen Ginsberg and Rosenthal; proofs for The Chicago Review; also publication offers, legal papers, and Burroughs's artwork.

 

6.2.  Burroughs, 1959-1961: extensive correspondence, including Burroughs, Rosenthal, Allen Ginsberg, et al.; includes Rosenthal's notes on editing Naked Lunch submitted to Grove Press; also typescripts, telegram, publication offers, clippings, proofs, contract, Burroughs's artwork, and notices of seizure for Naked Lunch and The Soft Machine.

 

6.3.  Burroughs, loose typescripts, 1958-1960: portions of Naked Lunch, including "The Hospital," "Soul Crackers," and "The Examination," some with edits by Burroughs and Rosenthal (ca. 1958); also fragment with edits by Gregory Corso and "Conspiracy" title page (dropped from Naked Lunch "Hospital" section) with edits by Allen Ginsberg.

 

6.4.  Burroughs, typescript, 1959: "Queer" from Naked Lunch with edits by Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg; also biographical notes.

 

6.5.  Burroughs, typescript, 1959: "In Search of Yage" from Naked Lunch with edits by Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg.

 

6.6.  Burroughs, The Naked Lunch, 1959: published by Olympia Press; first copy to enter US; contains Rosenthal's edits throughout; used by Burroughs as base manuscript for Grove edition.

 

6.7.  Burroughs, My Own Mag, 1960: zine with drawing of Burroughs on the cover; pages 3-4 edited by Burroughs.

 

6.8.  Cabrera Infante, Guillermo, 1961: letters

 

6.9.  Cabrera Infante, Guillermo, 1961: photographs removed from folder # 6.8

 

6.10.  Capote, Truman, 1958-1959: letters, telegram, postcards

 

7.1.  Carroll, Paul, 1957-1959: extensive correspondence; includes notes, clipping, telegrams.

 

7.2.  Carroll, Paul, 1959: extensive correspondence; includes telegrams.

 

7.3.  Carroll, Paul, 1960-1988: correspondence; includes notes, telegrams, postcards, clipping.

 

7.4.  Casey, Calvert, 1961: letter

 

7.5.  Chester, Alfred, 1964: letters, note

 

7.6.  Ciardi, John, 1959: letters, galley proof, clipping

 

7.7.  Clay, Mel, 1964: correspondence; includes typescript of poem.

 

7.8.  Cohen, Ira, 1963-1989: extensive correspondence; includes postcards, prints.

 

7.9.  Cohen, Ira, Nexus, 1998: vol. 33, no. 2, dedication to Rosenthal in 2001.

 

7.10.  Conner, Bruce, ca. 1960: correspondence; includes mail art, brochures, exhibition announcements, catalogs, clippings, and artwork.

 

7.11.  Corso, Gregory, 1958-2001: correspondence; includes typescripts of a review of Doctor Sax by Jack Kerouac and of "On Chessman's Crime" (1960); also postcards, clippings, two obituaries and tributes to Corso in Poetry Flash (2001).

Note

See also Big Table, folder # 33.4, for Corso typescripts
 

7.12.  Corso, Gregory, 1959: six photographs of 1959 poetry reading; the photographs picture Corso, Jack Kerouac, Ray and Bonnie Bremser, et al.; removed from folder # 7.11.

 

7.13.  Coulter, Michael, ca. 1966-1967: extensive correspondence; includes business card, photographs, and artwork, felt-tip sketches and drawings for Pole Vault by Edward Marshall.

 

7.14.  Cowen, Elise, 1956-1962: correspondence; includes identification card, etc.

 

7.15.  Cowen, Elise, slides, no date: slides removed from folder # 7.14

 

7.16.  Creeley, Robert, 1958: letter to Creeley

 

7.17.  Cummings, David, 1959: letters, notes, postcard

 

7.18.  Curiel, Robert, 1951-1989: correspondence

 

7.19.  Curley, A., 1957-1958: correspondence; includes notes and cards.

 

7.20.  Dahlberg, Edward, 1958-1977: extensive correspondence; includes clippings, postcards, and typescripts: "Tears of the Virgin" (ca. 1959); "Because I was Flesh," (one page and scrap with Rosenthal's edits); Dahlberg's biography.

Note

See also Big Table , folder # 33.4, for Dahlberg typescripts
 

8.1.  Dahlberg, Edward, Sewanee Review, 1959: no. 2, inscribed to Rosenthal

 

8.2.  Dahlberg, Edward, TriQuarterly, 1970: no. 19; issue dedicated to Dahlberg.

 

8.3.  Dahlberg, Julia, 1965-1993: correspondence; includes postcards, greeting cards, business cards, legal papers, and photographs.

 

8.4.  Dahlberg, R'Lene, 1959-1982: correspondence; includes postcards and galley proof of Allen Ginsberg's introduction to Leave the Word Alone by Ed Marshall.

 

8.5.  Deemer, Bill, 1968: letters, postcard

 

8.6.  DeFanti, Charles, 1972-1974: correspondence

 

8.7.  Di Prima, Diane, 1960-1969: letter to Allen Ginsberg, greeting card, typescript, "Thinks on Westernness"

 

8.8.  Dorfman, Elsa, 1960-2000: correspondence; includes drafts of statements about poetry by nine poets for the Paterson Society; also postcards of Dorfman's photographs and photocopied articles from Views: The Journal of Photography in New England (1981).

 

8.9.  Dowden, George, 1960-1966: letters

 

8.10.  Dragudze, Tamara, 1963-1965: letters

 

8.11.  Edelstein, Richard, 1951-1954: extensive correspondence

 

8.12.  Elkin, Gay, 1949-1952: correspondence; includes greeting cards and a reprint of "Transvestism: An Empirical Study" by Louise Lawrence, from International Journal of Sexology (1951).

 

8.13.  Ferlinghetti, Lawrence, 1958-1964: correspondence, including letters regarding the suppression of the 1959 winter issue of The Chicago Review; also City Lights Books postcards.

 

8.14.  Fisher, Melvin, 1967: extensive correspondence; includes correspondence with Rosenthal, Geoffrey Brown, the Fisher Family, et al.; includes manuscripts, and artwork

 

8.15.  Fisher, Melvin, 1967-1976: extensive correspondence

 

8.16.  Fisher, Melvin, ca. 1967-1968: photographs removed from folders # 8.14-8.15 of Melvin Fisher, Geoffrey Brown, et al.; photostrips of Melvin Fisher, Rosenthal, et al.

 

9.1.  Fles, John, 1958-1962: extensive correspondence; includes postcards, telegram, The Trembling Lamb (1960), edited by John Fles; also includes typescript of "The Remembers," a story about Ray and Bonnie Bremser, and typescript of "The Boom" (1962).

 

9.2.  Forbes, Sumner, 1962: note, letter

 

9.3.  Ford, Charles Henri, View, 1945: Series 5, No. 1

 

9.4.  Ford, Charles Henri, 1965-1984: correspondence; includes posters, artwork, and postcards.

 

9.5.  Foster, Pat, 1948: card, clipping

 

9.6.  Fusco, Peter, 1966-1967: photostrip of Rosenthal and Peter Fusco, note, letter, manuscript, "O Perverted Generation"

 

9.7-9.13.  Ginsberg, Allen, 1949-1999

Note

Note: oversized periodical removed to flat box # 3.2.
 

9.7.  Ginsberg, 1949-1959: typescript "Patterson" (ca. 1949); extensive correspondence; includes correspondence regarding William Burroughs, Gregory Corso, Gary Snyder, Jack Kerouac, Robert Creeley, Alan Ansen, et al.; correspondence regarding the suppression of the 1959 winter issue of The Chicago Review and Rosenthal's resignation; Jargon 31: 14 Poets, 1 Artist (1958).

 

9.8.  Ginsberg, 1959-1965: extensive correspondence; includes correspondence regarding Big Table, Ginsberg's travels in India, and Rosenthal's stay in Tangier, Morocco; also includes Ginsberg's feedback on Sheeper; typescript of poem, "Kali Ma" (ca. 1963).

 

9.9.  Ginsberg, 1966-1971: extensive correspondence; includes correspondence regarding Herbert Huncke, Don Allen, Jack Smith, et al.; clipped articles about Ginsberg; Village Voice, "Hustler for Life" (1966); Life, "The Guru Comes to Kansas" (1966); transcription of taped recording; includes discussion between Rosenthal and Ginsberg about the 1967 Arab-Israeli War.

 

9.10.  Ginsberg, photographs, 1962-1971: photographs of Ginsberg's travels in India sent to Marc Schleifer with captions on back (1962); mounted photograph, Allen Ginsberg singing at the Blue Angel Cabaret in San Francisco (1971); removed from folders # 9.8-9.9.

 

9.11.  Ginsberg, 1971: typescripts for "Interrogation of a Businessman by the Interior Police" (interview of Ginsberg by Rosenthal).

 

9.12.  Ginsberg, 1973-1992: extensive correspondence; includes letters in defense of Abbie Hoffman; posters; Little Free Press pamphlets; memorandum of a North Beach conversation between Rosenthal, Ginsberg, and Serge Grenier (1981); programs for poetry readings; clipping; copy of Rosenthal's inscription in Ginsberg's copy of Sheeper.

 

9.13.  Ginsberg, 1994-1999: correspondence; clippings; exhibit announcements; ICA newsletter; Rosenthal's notes from last visit with Ginsberg.

 

3.2.  Ginsberg, Village Voice, 1997: vol. 42, no. 15; includes memorial feature, "Remembering Allen Ginsberg."

 

41.  Ginsberg, Allen Ginsberg Reads Kaddish, 1966: LP record, inscribed by Ginsberg to Rosenthal

 

10.1.  Gitana, Nina, 1960: greeting card, letters

 

10.2.  Goodman, Paul, 1960: typescript, "The Fate of Dr. Reich's Books (The Injunction against Reich's Books)," appeared in Kulcher 2 (1960).

 

10.3.  Grady, Panna, 1966-1968: correspondence; includes greeting cards.

 

10.4.  Gurin, David, 1961-1968: extensive correspondence; includes notes, postcards, and four typescripts by "A. Burgereau"; also Gurin's comments on Sheeper.

 

10.5.  Gurin, David, 1968-1999: extensive correspondence; includes postcards, clippings, and greeting cards.

 

10.6.  Gurin, David, 1959-1999: photographs of David Gurin and others removed from folders # 10.4-10.5.

 

10.7.  Haber, Daniel, ca. 1967-1980: correspondence; includes artwork, postcards, and photograph.

 

10.8.  Hall, Tevelda, 1955-1959: correspondence; includes flyer.

 

10.9.  Hamburger, Michael, 1958: letters

 

10.10.  Harris Family, 1968-1989: photographs of Harris family, flyers

 

10.11.  Harris, George III, 1967-1979: extensive correspondence between Harris, Rosenthal, et al.; includes clippings, postcards, greeting card, photographs.

 

10.12.  Harris, George III, 1980-1986: extensive correspondence between Harris, Rosenthal, et al.; includes postcards, notes, clipping, Ultra High Hollywood News (four issues, 1980), photograph.

 

10.13.  Harvey, Arthur, 1961-1968: postcard, booklet, Theory and Practice of Civil Disobedience

 

10.14.  Hasselwood, Dave, 1959-1981: extensive correspondence; includes artwork, flyer, photographs, and typescript "The Current Fall of the Social World."

 

11.1.  Heine, William, 1961-1974: extensive correspondence; includes artwork, mostly pencil drawings on index cards.

 

11.2-11.4.  Heine, William, 1961-1966: ink drawing and collage (3 folders)

 

11.5-11.6.  Heine, William, 1966: three-part acetate overlays for use in Polevault (2 folders)

 

11.7.  Heine, William, 1973: cover designs for Polevault

 

11.8.  Heine, William, 1961: tie-dye wall hangings

 

12.1.  Heuga, Robert, 1960: correspondence; includes postcards.

 

12.2.  Horwitz, Charles, 1960-1962: correspondence

 

12.3.  Howard, Richard, 1958: correspondence

 

12.4.  Hudson, Robert, 1960: correspondence; includes greeting card.

 

12.5-16.4.  Huncke, Herbert, 1959-1973

 

12.5.  Huncke, 1961-1962, Huncke-Rosenthal correspondence: extensive correspondence; includes transcripts of "Forty Thieves" and "Argument between Huncke and Irving"; artwork, notes, and greeting card.

 

12.6.  Huncke, 1965-1968, Huncke-Rosenthal correspondence: extensive correspondence; includes correspondence regarding Huncke's Ching; flyer for Huncke's Journal (1965) and postcards.

 

12.7.  Huncke, 1959-1960, other correspondence: extensive correspondence; includes correspondence with Mollie Collins, Allen Ginsberg, Peter Orlovsky, Jack Kerouac, et al.; telegram, notes, postcards, receipts, and legal papers.

 

12.8.  Huncke, 1961, other correspondence: extensive correspondence; includes correspondence with Janine Pommy, Howard Schulman, et al.; artwork by Arnold Levin and postcards.

 

12.9.  Huncke, 1961, other correspondence: extensive correspondence; includes correspondence with Elizabeth Sutherland, Janine Pommy, et al.; includes artwork by Janine Pommy and Arnold Levin.

 

12.10.  Huncke, 1961-1966, miscellaneous manuscripts and typescripts: includes manuscripts and notes for portions of Huncke's Ching, including "Burroughs," "Herbert E. Huncke/Hunks/H.E.H.," and others.

 

13.1.  Huncke, 1966-1967, miscellaneous manuscripts and typescripts: includes manuscripts, "Bill Burroughs, Wm. S. Burroughs, Alias Bull Lee" and others; also includes typescript, "The Mysterious He" and Huncke's first notes on Huncke's Ching.

 

13.2.  Huncke, Herbert, 1967, miscellaneous manuscripts and typescripts: includes artwork by Huncke and correspondence.

 

13.3.  Huncke, 1963-1965: loose typescripts

 

13.4.  Huncke, 1965: typescript of Huncke's Journal

 

13.5.  Huncke, 1966: "Green Notebook" typescripts

 

13.6.  Huncke, 1966: typescripts of "Burroughs" and "Bill Burroughs, Wm. S. Burroughs, Alias Bull Lee"

 

14.1-14.3.  Huncke, ca. 1966: compilation of all Huncke's typescripts through 1966 (Rosenthal notes that this is the most complete set; 20 pages are missing); includes some pieces published in Huncke's Journal and many pieces included in Huncke's Ching, as well as additional fragments and untitled pieces. (3 folders)

 

14.4-14.5.  Huncke, ca. 1966: compilation of all Huncke's typescripts through 1966 (Rosenthal notes that this is a less complete set; around 50 pages are missing); includes some pieces published in Huncke's Journal and many pieces included in Huncke's Ching, as well as additional fragments and untitled pieces. (2 folders)

 

15.1.  Huncke, 1966-1967: contains index cards listing information about Huncke's manuscripts.

 

15.2-15.6  Huncke, 1966-1967: loose typescripts (5 folders)

 

16.1-16.2.  Huncke, 1967: contains the typescript of Huncke's Ching offered to Grove Press. (2 folders)

 

16.3-16.4.  Huncke, 1973: contains duplicate of restored Huncke's Ching typescript. (2 folders)

 

17.1.  Hutchins, Robert, 1958-1959: correspondence

 

17.2.  Itkin, Michael, 1966-1969: letter, booklet, flyer, greeting card

 

17.3  Johnson, Ray, 1961-1995: correspondence, flyers

 

17.4  Jones, LeRoi, 1960-1966: correspondence; includes postcard, clipping, typescript of "Cuba Libra" published in Kulcher 2 (1960).

Note

Also known as Baraka, Imamu Amiri.
 

17.5.  Karo, George and Helene, 1951-1976: correspondence; includes Rosenthal's notes and exams for George Karo's ancient art and archeology course.

 

17.6.  Kerouac, Jack, Lucien Midnight, 1958: manuscript cover and copies of typescript

 

17.7.  Kerouac, Jack, 1958-1959: extensive correspondence; includes telegram, postcards, clipping, note from Allen Ginsberg and Peter Orlovsky to Rosenthal, manuscript cover for Old Angel Midnight.

Note

See also Big Table, folder # 33.4, for Old Angel Midnight typescript
 

17.8.  Keys, Anthony, 1989-1990: letters

 

17.9.  Koch, Helene L., 1957-1961: letters

 

17.10.  Kokkinen, Eila, 1959-1964: extensive correspondence; includes resume, postcards, telegrams, notes, photographs.

 

17.11.  Kokkinen, Eila, 1965-2000: extensive correspondence; includes letters regarding personal issues such as health and friendships, as well as references to Herbert Huncke's memorial service, Allen Ginsberg's death, and other events.

 

17.12.  Koller, James, 1959-1960: correspondence

 

17.13.  Kray, Betty, 1958: correspondence

 

18.1.  Kreplick, Joseph and Ruth, 1960: correspondence; includes flyer.

 

18.2.  Kroll, Michael, 1957-1958: correspondence; includes postcards.

 

18.3.  Kyger, Joanne, 1968-1981: letters, postcard

 

18.4.  Lamantia, Philip, 1961-1964: correspondence; includes typescript by Raphael Kohler.

 

18.5.  LaVigne, Robert, 1967-1982: correspondence; includes artwork.

 

Tube 39.  LaVigne, Robert, ca. 1970: "Round Yellow," print, no.1

 

18.6.  Lee, Sondra, 1967: typescript of poems for Glamorous Novelties.

 

18.7.  Levin Arnold, 1960-1961: correspondence; includes artwork.

 

18.8.  Lionni, Paolo, 1966: typescripts, forms

 

18.9.  Lowell, James, 1967-1969: letters

 

18.10.  Mailer, Norman, 1961: letters

 

18.11.  Markman, Joel, 1963-1966: letters, photographs

 

18.12.  Marpol, Stephen, 1964-1968: photographs, letter, postcard

 

18.13-21.9.  Marshall, Edward, 1955-1973

 

18.13.  Marshall, 1955-1961: extensive correspondence; includes typescripts, postcards, photographs.

 

18.14.  Marshall, 1962-1973: extensive correspondence; includes notes, typescripts, pamphlets.

 

18.15.  Marshall, 1967: printing materials for Transit Glory; drafts, notes, mock-ups, artwork

 

18.16.  Marshall, 1967: Transit Glory, published by Carp and Whitefish with drawings by William Heine.

 

18.17.  Marshall, ca. 1970: printing materials for unpublished book; includes notes, mock-ups, artwork, table of contents.

 

18.18.  Marshall, 1972: printing materials for Pole Volt; includes drafts, notes, mock-ups, artwork.

 

19.1.  Marshall, 1972: edited poems on index cards, poems selected and rejected for Pole Volt

 

19.2-19.4.  Marshall, 1972: proofs for Pole Volt (3 folders)

 

Flat Box 20.  Marshall, 1972: book spine pattern jig for Pole Volt

 

21.1.  Marshall, 1972: bound dummy for Pole Volt

 

21.2.  Marshall, 1972: unbound dummies for Pole Volt

 

21.3.  Marshall, Doris Nieder, no date: Nieder's collations of "Leave the Word Alone" and "How Deep is Thy Love"

 

21.4.  Marshall, Black Mountain Review, 1957: autumn issue

 

21.5.  Marshall, Yugan, 1959-1961: nos. 4 and 7

 

21.6.  Marshall, Measure, 1962: no. 3

 

21.7.  Marshall, Fuck You: A Magazine for the Arts, 1962: vol. 1, no. 5

 

21.8.  Marshall, 1967: The Great Society

 

21.9.  Marshall, M.E.A.L, 1970: vol. 2, no. 2

 

21.10.  Matson, Clive, ca. 1962-1984: correspondence; includes typescripts, postcards, broadsides, flyer.

 

22.1.  McClure, Michael, 1957-1961: extensive correspondence; includes correspondence with Paul Carroll and others; also typescripts, postcards, broadside, drawing.

 

22.2.  McClure, Michael, 1962: extensive correspondence; includes typescripts of Thirteen Mad Sonnets, The Cigar, others; photograph of McClure ca. 1962.

 

22.3.  McClure, Michael, 1963-1978: extensive correspondence; includes McClure's comments on Sheeper, notes, postcards, "Herakles," poem dedicated to Rosenthal.

 

22.4.  McGilvery, Lawrence, 1952-2000: letter, note, greeting cards

 

22.5.  McLeod, Anthony, 1953-1954: letters

 

22.6.  McLeod, Daniel, 1953-1955: letters

 

22.7.  McReynolds, David, 1959: letters

 

22.8.  Meeker, Marilynn, 1960-1961: letters

 

22.9.  Mekas, Jonas, 1959-1961: letters

 

22.10.  Meltzer, David, 1962: letter

 

22.11.  Millward, Pamela, 1967: typescripts

 

22.12.  Milne, Kay, 1951-1954: letters, postcards, greeting card

 

22.13.  Mondadori, Fabrizio, 1962: letters

 

22.14.  Montez, Mario, 1966-1967: flyers, poster, photograph

 

22.15.  Moraft, Barbara, 1959-1961: letters, telegram

 

22.16.  Morris, Charles and Ruth, 1952-1958: correspondence; includes greeting card, postcard

 

22.17.  Morris, William, 1959-1960: postcard, letter, flyer, photograph

 

22.18.  Nakamura, Utaemon VI, 1960-2001: letters, photographs, obituaries

 

22.19.  Neide, Peter, 1962-1965: extensive correspondence; mostly letters from Neide to Leo Skir; also includes receipts.

 

22.20.  Neidorf, Mary, 1953-1960: letters, greeting cards, postcards, photographs

 

22.21.  Nelson, Gareth, 1958-1960: correspondence; includes postcards

 

22.22.  Neugarten, Bernice, 1957: letters

 

22.23.  Nichols, Clinton, 1959-1960: letters, postcards, typescripts, note

 

22.24.  Nicoletti, Richard, 1967: typescripts, drawings, note

 

22.25.  Nieder, Doris, 1959: correspondence

 

22.26.  Olson, Charles, 1959-1960: typescripts, letters, note

 

22.27.  Ong, Nancy, 1951-1952: letters, greeting card

 

22.28.  Oppenheimer, Joel, 1958: letters, typescripts

 

22.29.  Orlovsky, Marie, 1961: letters, note

 

22.30.  Orlovsky, Peter, 1959-1978: correspondence; includes postcards.

 

23.1.  Page, Marjorie, 1956-1959: correspondence; includes postcards and clipping.

 

23.2. Persky, Stan, 1960-1961: letters

 

23.3.  Pitschel, Barbara, 1957-1968: correspondence; includes postcards.

 

23.4.  Pitschel, Roland, 1958-1959: letters, telegram, postcard

 

23.5.  Plimpton, George, 1964-1965: letters

 

23.6.  Plymell, Charles, 1967: typescript for Glamorous Novelties

 

23.7.  Podell, Albert, 1958-1961: extensive correspondence; includes postcards, telegrams, clippings.

 

23.8.  Pommy, Janine, 1961-1967: notes, typescript

 

23.9.  Rechy, John, 1959-1962: correspondence; includes clippings.

 

23.10.  Rexroth, Kenneth, 1958: letter

 

23.11.  Richkin, Robert, 1967-1969: galley proof, letters, typescript, manuscript

 

23.12.  Riesman, David, 1957-1958: correspondence

 

23.13.  Rogers, Carl, 1952-1956: correspondence; includes notes and copy of research proposal.

 

23.14.  Rogers Pugh, Harriet, 1955-1957: letters, postcard, greeting card

 

23.15.  Romagnolo, Fred, 1949-1959: extensive correspondence; includes postcards, telegram, greeting cards, photographs.

 

23.16.  Rosenthal, Belle and Sidney (Rosenthal's parents), 1921-1982: correspondence; includes Sidney's operator's license, telegram, greeting cards, copy of clipping, letter from Belle to Allen Ginsberg, copy of Belle's will.

 

23.17.  Safro, Malka, 1960-1961: letters, postcards

 

23.18.  Sanders, Edward, 1950-1957: extensive correspondence

 

23.19.  Sanders, Melvin, 1951-1963: extensive correspondence; includes postcards, greeting card, telegrams.

 

24.1.  Schleifer, Marc, 1958-1962: extensive correspondence; includes broadside, telegrams, typescript, photograph, galley proofs, poster.

 

24.2.  Schleifer, Marc, 1962-1982: extensive correspondence; includes clippings, flyers, photographs.

 

24.3.  Schleifer, Marc, poetry reading project, 1959: correspondence; includes notes, telegrams, flyer, postcard.

 

24.4.  Schleifer, Marc, letters from Marian Zazeela, 1958-1962; extensive correspondence includes typescripts, photographs, slides, The Monthly Review, vol. 13, nos. 3 and 4 (1961).

 

24.5.  Schleifer, Marc, letters to Marian Zazeela, 1961-1962: extensive correspondence; includes notes.

 

24.6.  Schlesinger, Arthur, 1958-1961: letters

 

24.7.  Schulman, Howard, 1959-1962: extensive correspondence; includes postcards, typescripts, Pa'lante, no.1 (1962).

 

24.8.  Schulman, Howard, 1962-1985: extensive correspondence; includes flyer, telegram, postcards, typescript.

 

24.9.  Skir, Leo, 1962-1969: extensive correspondence; includes typescripts for memoir, postcards, notes, photographs (contact sheet).

 

24.10.  Smalakis, Laura, 1954-1958: correspondence; includes postcards, greeting cards

 

25.1-30.3  Smith, Jack, 1958-1996

 

25.1.  Smith, 1961: correspondence; includes typescript transcriptions of taped conversations between Smith, Rosenthal, Herbert Huncke, others; also notes, membership card.

 

25.2.  Smith, 1962: correspondence; includes copies of letters from Smith to David Gurin; also notes and Scene, vol. 8, no. 2.

 

25.3.  Smith, 1963-1975: extensive correspondence; includes copy of "Rehearsal for the Destruction of Atlantis"; also clippings, flyers, notes, Film-Makers Cooperative catalogue (1963), inscribed to Rosenthal.

 

25.4.  Smith, 1977-1989: extensive correspondence; includes clippings, notes, flyers, postcards, photograph.

 

25.5.  Smith, 1989-1996: letters, notes, clippings, obituaries, Rosenthal's phone interviews with Jack Smith's sister, Mary Sue Slater

 

25.6.  Smith, 1959: mounted photograph of Jerry Sims

 

25.7.  Smith, photographs 1960: photographs of Smith, one on collage

 

25.8.  Smith, contact sheets, 1960-1961: contact sheets for photo shoots picturing Rene Rivera (Mario Montez), Marian Zazeela, et al., some with tape to indicate cropping and framing

 

25.9.  Smith, photographs, 1961: photographs and negatives of Rosenthal and Reese Haire

 

Flat Box 26.1.  Smith, photographs, ca. 1959-1966: black and white photographs of Mario Montez, Rosenthal, Reese Haire, Isabel Eberstadt, et al.

 

Flat Box 26.2.  Smith, mounted photograph, ca. 1958: color photograph of two costumed figures in Lincoln Center rubble.

 

Flat Box 26.3.  Smith, mounted photograph, ca. 1958: color photograph of costumed figure leaning on a platter.

 

25.10.  Smith, Sheeper photographs, 1967: photographs of Rosenthal for Sheeper dust jacket; note by Rosenthal describes re-touching of photographs

 

25.11.  Smith, artwork and ephemera, ca. 1961-1966: drawings, cartoons, booklets, flyers; includes flyer for Flaming Creatures, negative of Mario Montez.

 

25.12.  Smith, The Beautiful Book, 1962: booklet with photos by Smith

 

25.13.  Smith, artwork and ephemera, ca. 1966-1970: drawings and designs for Glamorous Novelties, Sheeper, Marbels from Cockaroch Morseleum, others; also includes cartoons and flyers.

 

Flat Box 27.1.  Smith, Dreamweapon, 1962: booklet by Angus Maclise with Smith photographs printed on paper; poster originally folded into booklet.

 

Flat Box 27.2.  Smith, press plates, 1966-1968: aluminum press plates for Hollow Prescenium Mountain, No President, and business card.

 

Flat Box 27.3.  Smith, manila folder project, 1967: artwork on manila folders

 

Flat Box 27.4.  Smith, Avalanche, 1974: art magazine with spread by Smith

 

Flat Box 27.5.  Smith, posters, 1976-1984: posters for Smith's productions; includes The Secret of Rented Island, I was a Male Yvonne de Carlo, others.

 

25.14.  Smith, Art-Rite, 1975-1978: nos. 11, 12 (1975-1976); includes short article on Jack Smith, "American Tourister"; no. 19 (1978); includes text and art by Smith, "Capitalism of Lotusland."

 

Flat Box 28.  Smith, ca. 1961: costume garment

 

Flat Box 29.  Smith, ca. 1961: costume garments; sent to Rosenthal after Smith's death.

 

30.1.  Smith, publicity packet, 1987: copies of press clippings and flyers; includes draft of cover note and note by Jeanette Szudy.

 

30.2.  Smith, 1988: typescript dissertation chapter on Smith by Uzi Parnes

 

30.3.  Smith, 1996: typescript essay on Smith by Lawrence Rinder; includes letter to Rosenthal.

 

30.4.  Snyder, Gary, 1958: letters

 

30.5.  Solomon, Carl, 1960: letter, note

 

30.6.  Solomon, Freude and Norman: 1961-1962: correspondence; includes postcards, notes, unopened letter from Freude to Elise Cowan (opened in 2008 during processing).

 

30.7.  Sourelis, Stan, 1959: letters, postcard, greeting card

 

30.8.  Spellman, A. B., 1960: typescript of poem published in Kulcher 2.

 

30.9.  Standal, Stanley, 1953-1961: extensive correspondence; includes postcards, greeting cards, photographs, portion of Standal's dissertation.

 

30.10.  Stubenhaus, Abbe, 1967-1974: letters, typescripts, postcards, wedding prayer book

 

30.11.  Sturz, Herbert, 1951-1983: extensive correspondence; includes postcards, greeting cards.

 

30.12.  Sutherland, Elizabeth, 1961: letters

 

30.13.  Suzuki, D.T., 1958: typescript, "Rinzai on Zen"

 

30.14.  Taylor, Simon Watson, 1959: greeting card, note, postcard

 

30.15.  Tedesco, Claudia, 1969-1986: letters, postcards, greeting cards, photographs

 

30.16.  Turnbull, Gael, 1958: letter

 

30.17.  Usdansky, George, 1955-1960: extensive correspondence; includes postcards, clippings, audograph disc.

 

30.18.  Waring, James, 1960-1961: letter, note, typescript

 

31.1.  Whalen, Philip, 1958-2002: extensive correspondence; includes postcards, notes, artwork, obituaries.

 

3.3.  Whalen, Philip, A Commentary, 1960: one page poster-sized manuscript

 

31.2.  Whalen, Philip, Invention of the Letter, 1966: manuscript of hand-drawn book and final copy for reproduction

 

31.3.  Whalen, Philip, Invention of the Letter, 1967: copies of uncut pages

 

31.4.  Whalen, Philip, Winning His Way, 1967: manuscript of hand-drawn book with cover letter

 

3.4.  Whalen, Philip, Winning His Way, 1982-1983: pre-press drawings, plates, and proofs

 

31.5.  Whiteman, Ruth, 1954: letter, postcard, notes

 

31.6.  Wieners, John, 1959-1961: extensive correspondence; includes letters to Freude Solomon and others; also manuscripts, notes, telegram, clippings.

 

31.7.  Wieners, John, 1961-2002: extensive correspondence; includes letters to Freude Solomon and others; also manuscript, flyers, clippings, greeting cards, Zarza, April, 1961, Measure, no. 3, 1962, "In Memoriam John Wieners," 2002.

 

31.8.  Williams, Jonathan, 1958-1978: letters, postcards, greeting cards, newsletter

 

31.9.  Yarborough, Ernest, 1957: photocopy of postcard, greeting card

 

31.10.  Yglesias, Jose, 1952-1961: letters, business card

 

31.11.  Zazeela, Marian, 1957-1961: extensive correspondence; includes artwork, typescript, notes, theater program, photograph of Zazeela and Rosenthal.

 

31.12.  Zazeela, Marian, 1962-2000: extensive correspondence; includes artwork, manuscript, theater program, flyers, posters.

 

31.13.  Zinn, Marjorie, 1956-1969: postcard, letters, Ebony, March 1956 and Tan, July, 1958

 

Series III. MISCELLANEOUS CORRESPONDENCE

Scope and Content Note

This small series consists of materials that Rosenthal marked as miscellaneous, and mostly contains limited correspondence and ephemera. The letter in the folder titles refers to the first letter of the correspondents' last name.
 

32.1.  Miscellaneous A, 1953-1961: letters, receipts, artwork, hand-printed booklet

 

32.2.  Miscellaneous B, ca. 1949-1968: correspondence; includes flyer and postcard

 

32.3.  Miscellaneous C, ca. 1950-1972: correspondence; includes receipts and Rosenthal's 1966 calendar.

 

32.4.  Miscellaneous D, 1969: letter

 

32.5.  Miscellaneous G, ca. 1952-1967: letters, postcards

 

32.6.  Miscellaneous H, ca. 1952-1967: correspondence; includes postcards and invitations.

 

32.7.  Miscellaneous I and J: correspondence; includes greeting card and poster.

 

32.8.  Miscellaneous K, 1952-1970: correspondence; includes greeting card, postcard, photograph of Bonnie Bremser; also Kerista Speeler, vol. 1, issue 3 (1964).

 

32.9.  Miscellaneous L, 1956-1959: telegram, letter, postcard

 

32.10.  Miscellaneous M, 1960-1967: letters, postcards

 

32.11.  Miscellaneous N, 1965-1966: letter, invitation

 

32.12.  Miscellaneous O, 1958-1959: letters

 

32.13.  Miscellaneous P, 1955-1960: letters, postcards, manuscript, greeting cards

 

32.14.  Miscellaneous R, 1957-1967: letters, typescripts

 

32.15.  Miscellaneous S, 1957-1972: letters, newsletter, drawing, greeting card

 

32.16.  Miscellaneous T, 1953-1971: ticket for Dylan Thomas reading, letters

 

32.17.  Miscellaneous W, 1958-1963: letters, greeting card, business card

 

Series IV. PROFFESIONAL

Scope and Content Note

This series contains materials specifically related to Rosenthal's work as an editor, publisher, and writer. It includes correspondence and typescripts from his editorial work at The Chicago Review, Big Table, and other publications. It also contains drafts and proofs of Sheeper, as well as correspondence regarding its publication.
 

33.1  Auerhahn Press, 1959-1960: flyer, postcards

 

33.2-33.9.  Big Table, 1958-1959

 

33.2.  Big Table, 1958-1959: correspondence; includes clipping, poster, and notes.

 

33.3.  Big Table, distribution, 1958-1959: correspondence; includes postcard, invoice, notes, and distribution list.

 

33.4.  Big Table, typescripts, 1959: typescripts for Big Table no. 1; includes typescripts by William Burroughs, Gregory Corso, Jack Kerouac, and Rosenthal (material intended for suppressed 1959 winter edition of The Chicago Review).

 

33.5.  Big Table; production, 1959: notes, artwork, letter, receipt

 

33.6.  Big Table, galley proofs, 1959: galley proofs for Big Table no. 1

 

33.7.  Big Table, Harry Gantt, 1959: correspondence with Harry Gantt, publisher and printer; includes notes, receipt, telegram, and postcards.

 

33.8.  Big Table, ACLU: materials relating to court case over the suppression of Big Table by the US Post Office; includes correspondence, telegram, pamphlet, and copy of judge's decision.

 

33.9.  Big Table, 1959: no. 1

 

33.10.  Book of Grass, 1967: letters

 

33.11.  Carp and Whitefish, 1965-1969: correspondence; includes artwork, clipping, invoices, and loose pages and cover of receipt book.

 

33.12-34.2  Chicago Review, 1957-1959

 

33.12.  Chicago Review, 1957: extensive correspondence; includes notes, manuscripts, typescripts, including typescript for "Invitation to Sleep" by Rosenthal published in The Chicago Review, spring 1957.

 

33.13.  Chicago Review, photographs, 1957: photographs of staff, including Rosenthal; removed from folder # 33.12.

 

33.14.  Chicago Review, 1958-1959: extensive correspondence; includes poster, notes, clippings, and committee report regarding the suppression of The Chicago Review.

 

34.1.  Chicago Review, 1957-1958: vol. 11, no. 1, no. 4

 

34.2.  Chicago Review, spring 1958, vol. 12, no. 1-3

 

34.3  Glamorous Novelties, 1966: notes, typescripts

 

35.1-38.4.  Sheeper, 1959-1990

 

35.1-35.5.  Drafts, 1959-1967: early and rejected drafts; includes manuscripts, typescripts, notebooks. (5 folders)

 

35.6.  Typescript, 1963: pages 1-80

 

35.7.  Typescript, 1963: chapters 54, 55

 

36.1.  Typescript, 1963: sent to Eila Kokkinen from Tangier.

 

36.2.  Typescript, 1963: sent to Michael McClure from Tangier; includes note to McClure.

 

36.3-36.4.  Typescript, 1963: first complete typescript (2 folders)

 

36.5.  Gnaoua, 1964: no. 1; includes passages from Sheeper.

 

36.6.  Grove Press, 1964-1975: extensive correspondence regarding the publication of Sheeper; includes contracts, clippings; also letter from Herbert Huncke and others.

 

36.7.  Typescript, ca. 1965: 68 pages

 

37.1.  Akzente, 1966: vol. 13, no.6 and special issue; includes chapters from Sheeper.

 

37.2.  Evergreen Review, 1967: vol. 11, no. 46; includes sections from Sheeper.

 

37.3.  Floating Bear Newsletter, 1967: no. 33; includes chapter from Sheeper.

 

37.4.  Growing Hand, 1967: includes chapter from Sheeper

 

37.5-37.6.  Typescript, 1967: final typescript submitted to Grove Press. (2 folders)

 

37.7.  Les Episodes, 2001: no. 11; includes chapters from Sheeper.

 

Flat Box 38.1.  Galley proofs, 1967: corrected by Rosenthal

 

Flat Box 38.2.  Page proofs, 1967

 

Flat Box 38.3.  Page proofs, 1967: corrected by Rosenthal.

 

37.7.  Reviews, 1967-1969: clippings

 

37.8.  Fan mail and solicitations, 1965-1970: letters, postcards

 

37.9.  Draft, 1990: copy of first draft of 1990 revision

 

Flat Box 38.4.  Galley proofs, 1967: revisions by Rosenthal; used as base for 1990 edition.