Preliminary Guide to the Broadside Collection
Preliminary Guide to the Broadside Collection, ca. 1939-1991 [bulk dates 1960s-1980s]
Collection number: Mss 212Department of Special Collections
University of California, Santa Barbara
- Processed by:
- A. Medina, latest rev. D. Tambo
- Date Completed:
- Oct. 7, 2009
- Encoded by:
- A. Demeter
Andrade y Cordero, César. Poster for Andrade y Cordero's book Mar Abierto. [Ecuador?]: Ediciones Alba, 1941. Call number for the book is: Special Collections PQ8219.A54 M37, 1941.
Augusts, Guido. Avant Garde Experimental Typo & Graphics Poetry. Unnumbered copy of limited edition of 45. [Los Altos, CA] : Guido Press, 1969.
Berk, Robert A. The Owl (and the Raven). Santa Barbara, CA: Author, 1972. 1 of 5 copies.
Berry, Wendell. A Place Unmade. [S.l.]: Calliopea Press, . No. 102 of 150, signed by author Berry and artist Max Hein.
Blashfield, Jim. Amor mirorum ... San Francisco : William Wreden, Rare Books, c1967.
Bly, Robert. The Good Silence. Woodcut by Micah Schwaberow. No. 102 of 150. Calliopea Press Poetry/Art Broadside Series. N.p.: Calliopea Press, n.d.
Bradbury, Ray. To Ireland. [Northridge, CA : CA State Univ. Northridge, 1983]. Author's autograph presentation copy to "Don" [Fitch?], dated Oct. 1, 1983.
Brautigan, Richard. Five Poems. New York: Serendipity Books, for the International Book Fair, 1971.
Bridwell Library. First line: "In 1965 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Branning, of Dallas, established in Bridwell Library..." [Dallas : Southern Methodist University, 1966]. Title from first line of text. "Calligraphy, after the manner of Ben Shahn, by Richard A. Wang. Printing by Fallon Snyder. December 1966." Bridwell broadside number four.
Brodsky, Joseph. The funeral of Bobo / translated by Richard Wilbur. [S.l.] : Ardis, c1974. Signed by the author. [No.] "168"
Bukowski, Charles. MEN'S LIB. POSTER. [Long Beach, CA: Applezaba Press], 1988.
Cann, John Allen. All women. Santa Barbara : Aetheric Press, 1981. Signed by the author. "26 copies lettered A-Z; Letter "O".
Cann, John Allen. Dinosaurism: performance of an illuminated manifesto. Santa Barbara : Visible Light Gallery, [1981?]
Cann, John Allen. Evening of poetry & music : with Steve Hopkins ... and John Allen Cann. [Santa Barbara? : s.n.], 1983.
Cann, John Allen. Halfway to Zeno's house. [Santa Barbara : Aetheric Press & Mudborn Press. Signed by the author; "printers copy 1 / 2."
Cann, John Allen. The Hermit's lantern. Santa Barbara : Aetheric Press, [1983?]. c. 1 signed by author. c. 2 unsigned.
Cann, John Allen. Mildred Allen Cann, August 24, 1913-June 21, 1982: Elegy for my mother :. [S.l. : s.n., 1982?] [on slips: Mudborn]. 2 copies: both unsigned, unnumbered.
Cann, John Allen. Until : for John Lennon. Santa Barbara : Aetheric Press, 1981. Author's autograph copy; 26 copies lettered A-Z; letter "O"
Cann, John Allen. The white lady comes at dusk. Santa Barbara : Aetheric Press, [1980?]. Signed by the author.
Cedering, Siv. Ice fishing / Carol Denison, artist. Calliopea Press Poetry / Art Broadside Series. [S.l.] Calliopea Press, [1987?]. Signed by the author and artist; [no.] "102/150."
Chafe, Gary. Matsuo Basho's birthday : five haiku poems and five relief etchings. "Santa Barbara G. Chafe, 1968. 1 folder (5 p.). Limited edition. "50/50".
Christie, John. Les fenêtres : For Apollinaire. [S.l. : s.n., 1979?]. Stamped John Christie, England (Teddington).
Clare, Josephine. For George Perle. S.l. : Yaddo, May 16, 1974.
Clark, Tom. The color of stepped on gum. New York , N.Y. : Poetry in Public Places, c1977]. Signed by the author.
Clark, Tom. The First Olympics : 776 B.C. [Pittsburgh?] Pennsylvania: Poetry on the Buses, 1980.
Clark, Tom. Love (after La Rochefourcauld). [Buffalo, N. Y. : s.n., 1978]. "65/150."
Clark, Tom. So long. . [Pittsburgh?] Pennsylvania: Poetry on the Buses, c1978.
Codrescu, Andrei. The Introduction. [Reno] : Rainshadow Editions, University of Nevada-Reno Library, 1989. Signed by the author. No. 30 of 150 copies printed.
Creeley, Robert. Mea Domina. Derry, PA : Rook Society, c1976. Signed by the author. No. 68 of 100 copies printed.
Creeley, Robert. Wishes : for John and Debora Daly. [S.l. : Cadmus Editions, c1982]. Signed by the author. No. 63 of 100 numbered copies and 26 lettered copies.
Dawson, Fielding. For Lew Archer : The Man with three names. Santa Barbara : Shortshop, Mudborn & White Rabbit Presses, c1976. Signed by the author. "285 copies printed... 35 copies signed. "10/35"
Dawson, Fielding. First line of text: "She was an attractive young..." From The Boy in the Body of a Man, from "Penny Lane" a new novel. Buffalo, N. Y. : s.n., 1975.
Dawson, Fielding. Wanted for attempted manhood. Santa Barbara, CA : Table-Talk Press, 1987. Signed by the author.
Dellepiane, Jorge (artist) Poemas ... "3 litografias firmadas y numeradas de Jorge Dellepiane se han impreso 150 ejemplares. Estando las comprendidas entre los numeros 101 a 150; acompanadas de 3 poemas ineditos y manuscritos por Ana Maria Junquet. Buenos Aires, Junio de 1967. Ejemplar no. 123. 1 folder (6 p.) 3 poems, 3 litographs." Signed by author and artist.
Dicken, Michael B. Indian burial. Santa Barbara : Mudborn Press, [1986?]. 50 copies. This copy unnumbered.
Donne, John. Elegie : Change. [S.l. : s.n.] "Seventy-five copies reprinted in 1965 by WSH at RER's."
Dorn, Edward. A Robert Service Bear Flies Imitation. "This is number three of a series of broadsides issued at irregular intervals and from the hands of divers printers during the year 1982 by Cadmus Editions. The edition is limited to 100 numbered and 26 lettered copies signed by the poet. Designed & printed by Graham Mackintosh. Border design by Trixie. c1982."
Early American money. [Ashland : Oregon Book Society, 1976?]. "Keepsake no. 3 of the Oregon Book Society."
Ehrhart, W. D. Gifts : for Anne Gulick Ehrhart. [Santa Barbara : Mudborn, 1981]. "June 27th, 1981." 50 copies printed. Unnumbered copy.
Eluard, Paul. Liberty. Translated by Steven Hopkins, 1983. [S.l. : Printed by J. Mudfoot, 1985].
Esdaile, Arundell James Kennedy. Bibliography for Babes. Reprinted from the 'New Haven' 1934 edition for William P. Wreden; handset by Bruce Wm. Bradley at The Bird in Hand Press, and printed by Arlen Philpott at The Tamal Land Press, Atherton, CA, 1966. Another copy in Printers Z239.T33 E8. Varies in place of pub. (San Francisco)
Eshleman, Clayton. Reagan at Bitberg. Santa Barbara : Table-Talk Press, c1985. "Designed & printed by J. Mudfoot for Table-Talk Press ...in an edition of 100 signed copies." "Printer's copy." Unnumbered. Signed.
Eshleman, Clayton. Still-life, with grapes and pears. [Los Angeles] : Arundel Press, 1988. "One of ca 6 'Proofs' before correction."
Everson, William. Earth poetry. "This edition is an expanded version of 'Earth Poetry' which first appeared in the Sierra Club Bulletin, July 1970." Designed & printed for Oyez by Graham Mackintosh, July 1971. One folder ( p.). Portrait on cover.
[Everson, William]. Photograph of William Everson. Photographer: [?] Lovelace, [ca. 1982].
Everson, William. Stone Face Falls. Santa Cruz, CA: Moving Parts Press, n.d. "An edition of forty designed and printed by Felicia Rice ... Illustrated by Ray Rice." Signed by William Everson.
Everson, William. Storm-surge. [S.l. : s.n. 1983?]. A Gift from Julie D. Holcomb, Printery. 150 copies. Copy unnumbered.
Father Abbey's Will. Cambridge, December 1731. New York : Spiral Press, 1970: "Nineteen hundred and fifty copies printed ...for the first series members of Imprint Society." Original engravings by Michael McCurdy. Copy unnumbered.
Faulkner, William. Mississippi. Extract from Holiday, April 1954. 1 folder ( p.)
Faulkner, William. Sherwood Anderson : an appreciation. Extract from The Atlantic Monthly, June 1953. 1 folder ( p.).
Ferlinghetti, Lawrence. Populist manifesto. [San Francisco : Priv. Print. 1975]. 2 leaves. Includes Poster w/port. "Lawrence Ferlinghetti speaking his poetry." Both signed by the author. United Farmworkers Benefit: holograph note: 'First public reading Populist Manifesto.'
First International exhibit of Experimental poetry in the Bay area, Feb. 27-Mar. 13 ... including selections from the works of William Burroughs, Michael McClure, et al. Berkeley : [s.n., 1965 or 1966?] Poster.
Fisher, M. F. K. The Essential ingredient. [S.l.] : Cadmus Editions, c1982. Designed and printed by Judyl Mudfoot at Mudborn Press. 100 numbered and 26 lettered copies signed by the author. c.1= no. 13; c.2= "Printer's copy".
Flagstaff. [S.l. ] : Printed by Noel Young. "Number of fifty copies hors commerce signed by the poet January 1, 1968." This copy unnumbered, unsigned.
Fox, Hugh. Ghost Dance portfolio number one / Hugh Fox and Susan Schott. 1 folder (contains 7 illustrated sheets of various sizes). Signed by Hugh Fox. "Copy number one."
Fox, Hugh. Jurassic seas. Santa Barbara : Mudborn Press, 1979. "500 copies letterpressed... December 1979 as a greeting to friends of letters from Mudborn Press." Author's autograph presentation copy to "Judy L & Sasha."
Fraser, Meg. Winter : for my sister Gale on her thirtieth birthday. [Santa Barbara : Mudborn Press] 1981.
Frost, Robert. A considerable speck. [Boston, : s.n., 1939.]. "Dard Hunter paper"—c.f. C. Brun.
Furnival, John. [ Vowel card. S.l.] : Openings Press, 1966. Holograph note by author. Signed by the author.
Ginsberg, Allen. Capitol air. [New York] : Printed at Red Ozier Press for Northouse & Northouse, c1987. Signed by the author. "This is copy xii... Copies numbered 1-100 and lettered A-Z are published as a portion of the American Poetry Portfolio. Copies numbered i-xi are separately published in wrappers."
Ginsberg, Allen. Gary Snyder & Allen Ginsberg : true gold is of the heart : [poster] : a rare joint reading of these two longtime poets ... September 14th at 8 pm at the American Victorian Museum ... Nevada City, Ca" [S.l. : s.n. 1979?]. Signed holograph lines by Allen Ginsberg, Gary Snyder, et al.
Ginsberg, Allen. Moloch. Lincoln, MA : Penmaen Press, 1978. "Six hundred broadsides were hand-printed... three hundred were printed on French Rives paper, numbered 1-300 and signed by Allen Ginsberg and Lynn Ward." The text is Part II of 'Howl' c1956, 1959 by Allen Ginsberg. Reprinted by permission of City Lights Books. Original woodengraving c1978 by Lynn Ward. Signed by author & illustrator. No. "75."
Green, Jim. Morphine. [Burnaby, BC : Blackfish Press, 1978. (Toronto, Ont. : Dreadnaught) "Edition limited to 100 signed copies..." Signed by the author & illustrator. No. 94 of 100.
Gries, Goodman. Cream of wheat. [San Francisco?] : Graham Mackintosh, c1968. "Edition limited to 722 copies." "Arii Broadside no. 1"
[Haggerty, G.] name penciled on bottom of broadside [Gerry Haggerty?]. First line of text: "I heard a fly buzz—when I died." Poem by Emily Dickinson. [S.l. : s.n., n.d.]. No. 3 of 15.
Hall, Donald. Ox Cart man. Calligraphy by Douglas Strickler. [Durham, N.C. : s.n.] 1983. Signed by the author. "100 copies printed ... 19/30"
Hamill, Sam. The Cartographer's wedding : an epithalamion. [S.l.] : Copper Canyon Press, c1981. "One hundred and seventy copies printed ..."
Hanamatsuri 1969 : from the Dhammapada. Santa Barbara, [CA] :Painted Cave, 1969. "Hand printed by friends for Gary Snyder, his wife and child, Lew Welch, David Meltzer, Brother Antoninus and Jack Shoemaker, on April 8, 1969."
Hannon, Michael. Harpoon for the dreamer. Drawing by William T. Wiley. [Isla Vista, CA?] : Printed by Harry Reese, c1986. Numbered and signed by the author & illustrator. Limited edition, no. 86 of 100.
Hannon, Michael. Venerations : poems by Michael Hannon; precincts of th 5th apocalypse: typoglifs by Karl Kempton. [Grover City, CA] : Rainbow Resin Press, 1980. 2 copies, not signed, not numbered.
Harris, Windsong. Phoenix un-risen. [Denver, Colorado : Bowery Press, 1969?]. First lines: Take back your seven-league boots. [4 p.]
Hastings, Cheryl. First line of text: There's a path in my heart where no one can reach. At head of title: California poets in the schools. Point Arena, CA : "Printed for CPITS members and friends, 1984."
Hawkins, Bobbie Louise. Rainbow. [S.l. : s.n., 1976?]. (Bobbie Creeley).
Heaney, Seamus. Land. [London ?] : Published by Poems-of-the-Month Club; Printed by John Roberts Press, 1971.
Heyen, William. Brockport Sunflowers. Concord, N.H. : William B. Ewert, [1986?] (West Burke, VT : Printed at Janus Press). Signed by the author. 160 copies printed. (Catalogued copy in Printers Z239.J35 H493 1986).
Heyen, William. Dusk. [S.l. : s.n.] c1976. Signed by the author. Limited edition, no. 187 of 300.
Heyen, William. Pickerel. [S.l. : s.n.], c1976. Signed by the author. Limited edition, no. 208 of 300.
Higgins, Dick. Graphis #144: Wipeout for orchestra ... Graphis # 143: Softly, for orchestra ... New York : Something Else Press, c1967. Limited edition, no. 34 of 100, signed.
Hindley, Charles... When Grog may be taken medicinally. From 'Tavern Anecdotes and Sayings' by Charles Hindley, London 1875. Santa Cruz, CA : Moving Parts Press, 1986. Printed by Felicia Rice ... as a keepsake from William P. Wreden for the joint meeting of the Zamorano and Roxburghe clubs, held in Los Angeles on 24-26 October 1986.
Hopkins, Steven. Book of changes : for my mother and her mother. Santa Barbara : Kairos Editions, 1982. Author's autograph presentation copy. Limited letterpress edition, no. 12 of 150.
Huston, T. M. Eulogy to a great blue. [Santa Barbara : Mudborn Press], c1982. Signed by the author.
Huxley, Aldous. Poster advertising "The Human Situation" series of lectures by Huxley at UCSB, Feb. 9, 1959; also bibliography and related artwork.
Jack, Kenneth. Australian gold and ghost towns. Portfolio of seven colour prints by Kenneth Jack. San Francisco: The Porpoise Bookshop, 1962.
Jeffers, Robinson, 1887-1962. Shine, perishing republic. [Goleta, CA] : Unicorn Bookshop, [1969?]. First line of text: While this America settles in the mould of its vulgarity, heavily thickening to empire. Reprinted in the 1960s, not later than June 1969.
[Jeffers, Robinson]. To Celebrate the Centenary of the Births of Robinson Jeffers, Jan. 10, 1887... Blanche Matthius, July 16, 1887 ... [She helped to build Hawk Tower]. Drawing of Hawk Tower by Diane Beilke. Copy no. 33 of 100. Signed by Diane Beilke. Amador City, CA: Quintessence Press, July 1987.
Jones, LeRoi [also known as Baraka, Imamu Amiri Baraka]. A traffic of love. Pleasant Valley, N.Y. : Printed by Kriya Press of Sri Ram Ashrama, c1967. "Limited edition of one hundred copies of which this is number 37."
Kelly, Robert, 1935- . Sulphur: comes from the kind of need that seed ... [title from first line of text]. [California ? : s.n., 1972]. Signed in red ink: For J.M.—R.K.
Kelly, Robert, 1935- . Whaler Frigate Clippership ... [title from first line of text]. [S.l. : Tansy], 1973. "A Tansy Publication, April 1973." Signed: Robert Kelly. In pencil: 30- .
Kent State Creative Arts Festival 1974. On cover: Kent State 74 Creative Arts Festival. 1 folder (10 p.). Contents Includes: I dreamt my childhood in Kent / Jennifer Dunbar -- Art / Joel Oppenheimer (2 copies) -- Mesozoic landscape [first line of text] -- Green poems [first line of text] / Ed Dorn -- Prayer of the ticitl / Ines Brolaski -- I don't want to repeat [first line of text] / Joanne Kyger -- Nervousness [first line of text] / Barbara Einzig -- The language of type [first line of text] / Samuel Fuller -- The waltz / Devo.
King, Vern. The forever navigator of the universe. [San Francisco ? : California Poets in the Schools, 1984. First line of text: I'm a navigator in a spaceship. "Written in a CPITS workshop in Healdsburg, California."
Kinnell, Galway. The Geese. West Burke, VT : Janus Press, c1985. First line of text: "As soon as they come ouver the mountain." Paper made by Claire Van Vliet at MacGregor-Vinzani Studio, Whiting, Maine and printed at the Janus Press, West Burke, Vermont in an edition of one hundred copies." Signed by the author and by Claire Van Vliet. "61/100"
Kinnell, Galway. The hen brooding. [Durham, N.H.? : Friends of the University of New Hampshire Library] 1982. "Design by Joann Brody. 350 numbered copies were printed to accompany the Winter 1982 Friends of the University of New Hampshire Library Notes." "Of these copies 1-100 are on special paper and signed by the author. This is copy 56" (signed).
Korte, Mary Norbert. A grammar of war. [San Francisco : Cranium Press, 1968?]. "A Cranium Free Poem."
Korte, Mary Norbert. The jester is not always volunteer. From: Hymn to the gentle sun (Oyez, 1967).
Kurahara, Shinjiro. Footprints. [Santa Barbara?] : Printed by Linda Benet, Nov. 16, 1982. No. 6 of 27.
[Lawrence, D. H.]. "D.H.Lawrence." Poster. Layton, UT : Published by Gibbs M. Smith, Inc. Peregrine Smith Books, n.d.
Layton, Irving, 1912- . Shadows on the ground : a portfolio. Oakville, Ont. : Mosaic Press/Valley Editions, [c1982]. 1 portfolio (5 leaves). Signed, numbered, and limited edition, no. 96 of 200 copies." ISBN: 0889621962.
Levertov, Denise. Blue Africa / Denise Levertov ; Maurice Lapp, artist. [Sausalito, CA?] : Calliopea Press, [1987?]. "For Angela Jackson." "Poetry/Art broadside series." Author's and illustrator's autograph copy. Limited edition, no. 102 of 150.
Levine, Philip. The return : Orihuela, 1965. [S.l. : s.n., 1965?]. 1 sheet : 14 x 62 cm. Mounted on board 23 x 66 cm. Author's autograph copy.
The Literary Storefront / Jim Green, Albert Moritz, Joe Rosenblatt, Allan Safarik. [Vancouver, B.C.] : Blackfish Press, 1980. "100 signed & numbered sheets...The drawing is by Joe Rosenblatt. September 26/80." Signed by all the authors, illustrators. No. "48/100". Trout exy / Jim Green - The duality of one / Allan Safarik - All the tomb of Andre Breton / Moritz - Alaphina / Joe Rosenblatt.
Live poetry. "The Ojai Reading series welcomes these Santa Barbara poets: Bob Brandts, Jean Morgan & Marie-Elise Wheatwind with special guest Lee Perron." Poster. [S.l. : s.n., 1984?].
London, Jonathan. Grandma Sittenreich (1884-1961). Santa Barbara: Typeset by Michael Napper for Mudborn Press, c1978.
McCarthy, Cavan. Mozambique / Rhodesia / Zambia / Malawi / Angola. "Andrew Rawlinson cut up a map of the world and sent the pieces out to diverse people for decoration. Cavan McCarthy cut a hole in a stencil, placed Mozambique ... directly onto the cylinder of his duplicator and printed them. Location : Leeds: July 66". In holograph: "2/50" signed "Cavan."
McMurtry, Larry. "In a narrow grave: essays on Texas." "A Texas Library Association broadside. Picture & design by William D. Wittliff, The Encino Press." First line of text: "Texas is rich in unredeemed drams and now that." [Austin, 1968].
Malanga, Gerard. [A portfolio of four duographs.] Great Barrington, MA, The Author, c1973. 4 leaves: Illustrations, with phrases. L 1: The book of Changes is death out the coins. L 2: Anlage: I am the sun and the moon I am androgymoux[?] L 3: The same light that tells you everything at once. L 4: Reincarnation the dream wakes without me into another dream in which I wake. In holograph: "13/100" signed: "A. J. Mann IV, Gerard Malanga."
Mallory, Lee. Sundance. [Kelso, CA ] : Cold Run [Press, n.d.]. Printers Coll.
Maxwell, William. The anxious man. Offprint from Pax. New York, no. 5, 1957. Drawing by Donald Bolognese.
Maytag, Ken. For Jim Owens, Kooskia, Idaho, 1964. Goleta [CA] : Unicorn Book Shop,  100 copies.
Melville on Piranese. From Herman Melville's Clarel. [Northampton, MA?] : Printed at The Gehenna Press & The Meriden Gravure Company, 1969. 1 folder ( p.) (first page is illustration, 2nd p. is text). Title from cover. First line of text: In Piranezi's rarer prints. "Twelve hundred copies ... printed ... for the one hundred & fifieth anniversary of the birth of Herman Melville."
Miller, Alice. Thou shalt not be aware: society's betrayal of the child. [Santa Barbara: Mudborn, n.d.]. At head of title: From the Afterword to the American Edition of Thou Shalt ...
Miller, Bruce. The Three Worlds. "Three color serigraph designed by Bruce Miller. Printed ... by John Lathourakis for Sand River Press, Los Osos, CA, [1975?]. "Limited to 200 copies. This is copy number 53/135." Signed: Bruce Miller. First line of text: There is this world in which we live, but here is also one above us and one ...
Miller, Chuck. Three drawings for the Crystal Mountain. Berkeley, Sand Dollar . 1 folder (3 leaves). Title from cover. "One hundred fifty copies printed in the Fall 1970."
Miller, Henry. "Always merry and bright." Poster, with photograph by Bill Webb. "Henry Miller Memorial Library 1986."
Miller, Henry. O lake of light. [Santa Barbara?] : Capra Press, . First line of text: "Risen from the milky sward." "A holiday greetings from Capra Press nineteen eighty-one." "Henry Miller's only published poem. (First appeared in WAKE, no. 7 Autumn 1946 New York)."
Mon, Franz. Epitah fur konrad bayer. [S.l.] : Wild Hawthorn Press, 1964.
Mooney, Tom. My son in a tree ; A song [2 poems]. Santa Barbara: Mudborn Press, 1976. "126 copies handset and printed ... 26 copies signed." Signed by Tom Mooney.
Morrow, Bradford. Posthumes / Bradford Morrow ; [illustrated by Guy Davenport. Santa Barbara, CA] : Cadmus Editions, 1982. (New York, N.Y. : Grenfell Press). 1 sheet. "The edition is limited to 100 numbered & 26 lettered copies ... signed by the author. The illustration is by Guy Davenport ... Copy no. 25," signed by the author & ill. Added cataloged copy: Spec. PS3563.O8754 P6 1982 ; copy no. 17 ; signed by author & ill.
Mudfoot, Judyl. Manifesto no. 1. Santa Barbara: Mudborn, 1983. First line of text: 1. A purely human gesture. Signed: J. Mudfoot.
Mudfoot, Judyl. Manifesto no. 2. Santa Barbara: Mudborn, 1983. First line of text: 1. Work (Werk) is a good German word and not to be confused with anything important.
Mudfoot, Judyl. Manifesto no. 3. [S.l. : s.n., n.d.]. First line of text: 1. The language of the birds will not be forgotten. "Voted on and passed this 21st day of August, 1979..." Not signed.
Mudfoot, Judyl. Morning. Santa Barbara: Mudborn Press, c1976. "Copyright 1976 by Judyl Mudfoot, candidate for County Democratic Central Committee, 1st District." Signed Judyl Mudfoot. 26 of 126 copies signed. This is copy A.
Mudfoot, Judyl. Pelicans : for Alver Herman Smith. [Santa Barbara : Mudborn Press, 1983?]. 1 folder (2 leaves). "December 13th, 1983."
Neruda, Pablo. Star of Day / by Pablo Neruda ; translated by John Wilson. Santa Barbara, CA : Doggeral Press, [1981?]. Original title: Astro en el dia. First line of text: O Perfect sun with claws. "From Four dogs mountain songs." Presented by Dennis Hamilton.
Oates, Joyce Carol. Small hymns. Concord, NH : William B. Ewert, c1983. "100 copies printed at Meadow Press [San Francisco] ... Illustration by Mary Ann Hayden." First line of text: The smallest of hymns, in praise of silk. "This is copy 47." Signed in pencil by the author and illustrator.
[Olson, Michele]. Breakfast in Suburbia. [S.l. : s.n., 1989?.] "2/30 Michele[?] Olson[?] '89"
Ouwehand, T. S. Upon the river ouse: Virginia Woolf (1882-1941). First line of text: I return to the sea: pockets leaded with smooth round stones. Stamped on back: Old Hand Press, 175 Sherwood, Santa Barbara, CA 93110. [Virginia Woolf: centennial poem print].
Patchen, Kenneth. Poster for exhibit of Kenneth Patchen paintings at the Glade Gallery. N.p., n.d.
Patchen [Kenneth] Posters. 2 sheets w/ ms. notations. "The Perdido Press has commissioned Frances Swigart to execute two 30 x 22 vertical prints titled 'Skyscraper' and 'Ursullines'. 110 prints of each have been made - 100 of which are for sale ... The prints are signed and numbered by the printer, Frances Swigart. Each print is signed and titled by Gypsy Lou Webb. Comments and directives to the printer have been added by Webb." New Orleans, Perdido Press. "68/100" [signed] "Frances Swigart."-Two for Jon folder. Accompanied by folder "Two for Jon" New Orleans, LA : Perdido Press and typed letter "Patchen Posters" typed-signed Edwin Blair.
Patterson, Raymond. "At That Moment: A Legend of Malcolm X." Broadside No. 20, Jan. 1968. Detroit, MI: Broadside Press, c1967.
Paulsen, Steve. American Telephone and Telegraph Company, Long Lines Department. Goleta : Unicorn Books, 1969. First line of text: All I need is a plot of land I saw & a green eyed woman that I met today. "Unicorn Books/Goleta/Free/100 copies/1969"
Paz, Octavio. Altar / a poem by Octavio Paz and translated by Eliot Weinberger. [Isla Vista, CA : Printed by Sandra Reese, c1986]. "Fifty copies printed ... on the occasion of a visit from the author and the translator to Santa Barbara, California" Signed by the author and translator.
Peattie, Noel. To a city thinker / a poem by Noel Peattie, designed by Felicia Rice. Illustrations by Meg Hehner. [Santa Cruz, CA] : Moving Parts Press, 1985. "Printed in an edition of 100 ..."
Perron, Lee. Place poems. Series of six.
Place Poem #1. Architectonics. [Geyserville, CA? : L. Perron], c1984. First line of text: "Remembering the tones of long." "LAP 20/100." Added copy to Spec. PS3566.E6946 A73 1984: not numbered, not signed.
Place Poem #2. Ariel's lullabye. [Healdsburg, CA : Sun Moon Bear Press] c1985. First line of text: "Sing lullabye, the moon is out." "LAP 20/100."
Place Poem #3. Lullabye. First line of text: "If you cannot sleep for worry." Right hand side: Fall River. [Healdsburg, CA: Sun Moon Bear Press, 1987]. Blind-stamped lettering: Mimosa Mimosa Mimosa. In holograph "PP # 3 'AP 30/100'.
Place Poem #4. Pagan love song. [Geyserville, CA? : L. Perron] c1985. First line of text: "In the quiet humor of dawn, sunlight." Unnumbered, un-initialed.
Place Poem #5. Pagan love. [Geyserville, CA? : L. Perron] c1986. First line of text: "Merrily, merrily." "LAP 20 100." "For Neil and Lorna Myers." At end of poem: "Mayacama."
Place Poem #6. Mating over prairie flowers. [Geyserville, CA? : L.Perron] c1986. First line of text: "Two nighthawks circle on palpable air." Colophon: "Rosebud. For Marcia & Raymond Perron, entering the 9th decade." "LAP 20 100."
Plantin, Christophe. The joys of this world. Sonnet / by Christophe Plantin ; translated by Frances Lobb. [Antwerp, Belgium : Museum Plantin-Moretus, 19--?]. Translation of: Le bonheur de ce monde. "Printed with the typographical material of his printing office."
Portugés, Paul. Illumination / Paul Portuges. Santa Barbara : Handset at Mudborn Press, 1976.
Powell, Lawrence Clark. First line of text: "Fame does not depend upon the majority." [S.l. : s.n., n.d. [1981?]. "No. 49 of 50 [signed] William R. Holman."
Rexroth, Kenneth. Suchness. [Santa Barbara? : Mudborn Press, 1982?]. 1 folded sheet ( p.). First line: "In the theosophy of light."
[Robinson, Alan James]. An Odd bestiary, or, A compendium of instructive and entertaining descriptions of animals ... [S.l.] : Chelonidae Press, 1982?]. No name printed but signed at bottom of broadside: Alan James Robinson. Book title by same author has  leaves.
Rothenberg, Jerome. Offering of flowers / collected by Bernardino De Sahagun 16th century ; translated from the Nahuatl by Arthur J. O. Anderson and Charles E. Dibble. Arranged by Jerome Rothenberg. [S.l., s.n., n.d.]. First line of text: & two days before the feast, when flowers were sought. RLIN has title entry: NJPGV3315677-B. Imprint: [Santa Barbara, CA : Unicorn Press, 1968?]. Also: RIBGR16952276-B: Author/title: Imprint: [London, Circle Press Publications, 1968]. Also: NYCG22999930-B: Author/title: Imprint: [New York? : Doubleday?1968].
Russell, Bertrand, Sir. Plea for survival. San Francisco : Greenwood Press, [1955?]. "1000 copies printed... Extra free copies may be obtained by writing to the press."
Sanchez, Thomas. Saddle Up the Rattlesnakes. [S.l.] : Printed by Judyl Mudfoot for Cadmus Editions, c1982. "This is number four of a series of broadsides issued at irregular intervals and from the hands of diverse printers during the year 1982 by Cadmus Editions." "This edition is limited to 100 numbered and 26 lettered copies ... signed by the poet, and hors commerce copies to celebrate the bicentennial of the founding of Santa Barbara." Copy 1 is no. 91; signed by the poet. Copy 2 is "Printer's Copy"; signed by the poet.
Santa Barbara High School. 1 set (7 posters). Funded in part by the California Arts Council, the City of Santa Barbara, and the Santa Barbara High School District. Marie-Elise Wheatwind, Poet-in-Residence; Cynthia Martin, Art Instructor; Clint Wheeler, Graphic Arts Instructor.
Poster 1: Great Grandfather. First line of text: "I see him, on his bench." Tilney Jacob Erhart, Student Poet. Poster signed by: David Huang (ill.?).
Poster 2: Title from first line of text: "Love is like a greenhouse." Group Poem, Cindy Hughes, 9th Grade English Class. Signed by Shane Hayward (ill.?).
Poster 3: Title from first line of text: Butterfly dreams on butterfly wing. Poem and design by Michael Drewry.
Poster 4: Splash / Rebecca Martin. First line: "Clouds splashing magic on wandering eyes."
Poster 5: Title from first line of text: In the birth-place of starts / art work and poem by Stephen Dunham.
Poster 6: Santa Barbara / Robin Vasquez, poet ; Lynette Hanlon artist.
Poster 7: Title from first line of text: Heart hurt break two once one / Student poet: Piper Scroggie ; student artist: Phan Lvong.
Sayles, John. But what about the guys in the Lincoln Brigade. Berkeley : Black Oaks Books, 1987. "Printed as a gift from Black Oaks Books, Berkeley, on an evening of tribute to the Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, July 1987. Drawing by Bob Baldock." Printed in an edition of 500 by Eric A. Johnson.
Schuyler, James. Verge / James Schuyler, November 7, 1970. [S.l.] : Printed by Grabhorn Hoyem for Angel Hair, 1971. 300 copies printed. First line: "A man cuts brush, and piles it for a fire where firewood will flower."
Senauke, Alan. To my world, mine is like broken bottlenecks, as you are dizzified, in yours. [S.l : s.n., nd]
Shakespeare, William. Sonnet 2. Cambridge, MA : Dept of Printing and Graphic Arts, Harvard Library, c1965. In facsimile reproduction of the holograph of Herman Zapf. First line of text: "When forty winters shall besiege thy brow."
Sheehan, Timothy. Here / Timothy Sheehan ; illustrated and printed by Gary Young. [Santa Cruz, CA?] : Greenhouse Review Press [1987?]. First line of text: "February, a condensation on the window." "25 copies ... printed." Signed in pencil by the poet.
Sheehan, Timothy. Migration / Timothy Sheehan ; illustrated with a woodcut and printed by Gary Young. [Santa Cruz, CA?] : Greenhouse Review Press . First line: "We rise. Beneath a banked kestrel." "60 copies ... printed." Signed in pencil by the poet.
Sheehan, Timothy. Visitation / Timothy Sheehan ; illustrated and printed by Gary Young. [Santa Cruz, CA ?] : Greenhouse Review Press . First line: "Nightfall, the paper spread before you." "25 copies ... printed." Signed in pencil by the poet.
Situationist International. Boredom Is Counterrevolutionary. N.p., [ca. late 1960s].
Snyder, Gary. First line as title: As poet I hold the most archaic values on earth. [Santa Barbara? Paper Cloud Press], 1985, c1961. Title from first line of text. "Printed and linocut by Sukey Hughes, Paper Cloud Press in February 1985." "Two hundred copies on Okawara and fifty on paper made by the printer." [Copy no.] 19 [of 50]. Signed by the poet.
Snyder, Gary. 4 changes. [Four changes]. Santa Barbara, CA : Plowshare Bookstore and Whole Earth Truck Store, 1970 (Santa Barbara : Noel Young, printer). "Drawing of Evolution Valley by Judy Daniel." First line: "Position. Man is but a part of the fabric of life." "5000 copies printed ... January 1970."
Snyder, Gary. Hop, skip, and jump : for Jim and Annie Hatch. [San Francisco?] : Printed for Oyez by the Auerhahn Press, c1964. "Oyez 9." Added cataloged copy: Spec. Coll. PS3537.N79 H6.
Souto, Humberto. 4 [cuatro] motivos del norte Argentino [Humberto] Souto ; proemio, Fernando Jauregui. [Buenos Aires? : s.n., 1967?]. Signed by the artist.
Sprinkel, Steven. A jam for the Hmong / Reno. [Santa Barbara]. : Printed by the UCSB Creative Studies Dept., [1982?] 2 copies: broadside 1: 1 orange; broadside 2: heather pink.
Stafford, William. Bristle cone / William Stafford ; Patricia Waters, artist. [S.l.] : Calliopea Press, [1987?]. Limited edition, no. 102 of 150. Signed in pencil by poet and artist and numbered in pencil.
Stella, Frank. "Eccentric Polygons." Poster for Los Angeles show, 1974.
Supervielle, Jules. Whisper in agony / Jules Supervielle ; Nick Muska. [Santa Barbara?] : Mudborn, c1980. Autograph presentation copy "for Judyl". Signed Nick Muska, dated "April 12, 1980."
Thoreau, Henry David. A Town is saved, not more ... [S.l. : Ninja Press, 1986]. Title from first line of text. Note laid in: This broadside is my greeting to those involved in the forthcoming publication of Thoreau's WALKING. Signed: Carolee Campbell, Ninja Press, dated January 13, 1986.
Thoreau [lithograph of] [S.l. : s.n., nd.]. Signed: "S. Chaf 9-78." Distributor: Lost Horizon.
Thrasher, Rob. Snail. [Goleta? : Unicorn Books, 1969?]. First line of text: "Tonite I ask only for a week of freedom." Unicorn Books/Goleta/Free/250 copies/1969.
Tomlinson, Charles. Solo for a glass harmonica : [prospectus]. San Francisco: Poems in Folio, c1957 (Westerham, Kent, Eng. : Westerham Press). 1 broadside 27 x 17 cm. First line: "The starting point for the poem was a performance of two pieces by Mozart." "...Edition of 1150 copies of which 150 are on Handmade Book paper and signed by the author."
Tomlinson, Charles. Solo for a glass harmonica. San Francisco: Poems in Folio, c1957. 1 broadside: 45 x 30 cm. First line: "The masons stagger. It is not the weight." Copy not numbered, not signed.
Tomlinson, Kerry. Growing pains : a poem for my brothers. Santa Barbara : Mudborn, c1980. "125 copies letterpressed from handset Baskerville the week before Christmas at Mudborn in Santa Barbara." "Poem from a forthcoming Mudborn book/portrait of the poet from a photograph by Stephen Baldwin." 2 copies: Copy 1: signed by the author. Copy 2: autograph presentation copy "for the printer w/love" signed: Kt/M, 6-1-80; includes thumbprint.
Tranströmer, Tomas. Along the lines. Translated by Robert Bly. [S.l.] : Square Zero Editions, [c1979] (S.l. : Blackstone Press). "Limited to 150 copies, 26 of which are lettered and signed by the poet and the translator." "Reprinted by permission of 'Ironwood'." Copy unnumbered, not signed.
Updike, Daniel Berkeley. For the printer there are two camps, and ... [S.l. : s.n., 1960?]. Title from first line of text. Ur "D.B. Updike 1860-1941. Ur Daniel Berkeley Updike: 'Printing Types, their History & forms & uses, 'A Study in Survivals' Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, 1922, 1937 Second Edition, Volume II, p. 275." "Detta" ar Nummer I ; en serie, agnat minnet av D.B. Updike (1860-1941)-amerikan, boktreyckare och manniska- etthundra ar efter hans fodelse ... Stockholm, December 1960."
Updike, John. When I write, I am in my mind not. [West Burke, Vt] : Janus Press, c1968. Title from first line of text. "550 reprinted from 'Picked-up pieces' by permission of Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. ..."
Vasarely, Victor. [Silkscreen print]. [Lanar, Scotland] : Wild Hawthorn Press, 1966. 2 sheets overimposed to make 1 ; Concrete poetry
Wakoski, Diane. Vulture weather / Diane Wakoski ; Elizabeth Quandt, artist. [S.l.] : Calliopea Press [198-?]. Signed by the poet and illustrator. Limited edition, no. 102 of 150.
Welch, Lew. Richer than the richest falconer. [San Francisco?] : Auerhahn, [1965?]. Title from first line of text. Author's autograph copy; Booklabel: From the Library of John K. Martin.
Welch, Lew. Springtime in the Rockies, Lichen. San Francisco : [Cranium Press, 1968?]. "Lew Welch. A Cranium free poem / San Francisco."
[Wells, H. G.]. Illustrations from "The Time Machine" by H.G. Wells. Vineburg, CA : Engdahl Typography. "... edition of 100 copies ... by Lee Engdahl in March of 1944. This is copy no. 33."
Wheatwind, Marie Elise. Last visit : for Carol Tinker. Santa Barbara : Mudborn, c1982. First line: "A neatly lettered sign, above his head." "126 signed copies ... letterpressed by the poet ... Copy letter Z."
Whigham, Peter. Nest of cunnus / poem Peter Whigham ; drawing Gary Brown. [S.l.] Printer David Lawrence, n.d. 1 folder (2 p.). First line: "In sylvan lands, ear portrait scape a maiden stands." "Edition 50." "No. 15" signed by the poet.
Widdicombe Fair. Whitstable Kent, [Eng] : Shoestring Press, n.d. Title entry. "This print has been illustrated and produced in a limited edition of 75 copies by Ben Sands at the Shoestring Press, 97 Island Wall Whitstable Kent." Signed : Ben Sands.
Women writing poetry in America : poetry broadside by California women printers / the poets, Colleen J. McElroy ... [et al.] ; the printers, Mary Ann Hayden ... [et al.]. Palo Alto : Matrix Press : Center for Research on Women, 1982. 1 folder ( 1 title sheet, 15 broadsides) : ill. ; 46 cm. (individual broadsides vary). "The fifteen broadsides in this portfolio were prepared in conjunction with a conference on Women Writing Poetry in America, sponsored by the Center for Research on Women, Stanford University, and held in April, 1982 ... Editors: Diane Middlebrook, Kathy Walkup"--Verso of title sheet. Interior, with Madame Vuillard and son / Kathleen Fraser ; with a drawing by JoAnn Ugolini. [CA] : Sombre Reptiles -- For Jan, as the end draws near / Carolyn Kizer. [Palo Alto] : Matrix Press -- Ions / Josephine Miles ; design and calligraphy by Georgianna Greenwood -- Why women need to dance / Colleen J. McElroy. [CA] : Callahan & Okamura -- Betatakin first seen: autumn / Janet Lewis. [San Francisco] : Meadow Press -- Seeing for a moment / Denise Levertov ; design & printing by Jaime Robles -- 22 ointments against the hand of a ghost / Frances Mayes. [Oakland, CA : Rebis Press] -- Unknown / Alma Villanueva. [Riverside, CA : Rara Avis Press] -- Dominion / Bernice Zamora. [Santa Monica, CA] : Paradise Press -- Brooding likeness / Louise Gluck ; art: Wendy Hebborn. [CA] : Goodmorrow Press -- Perfection / Chana Bloch. [Woodside, CA] : Heyeck Press -- Nightvision / Kitty Tsui. [CA] : Moving Parts Press -- The good weef is both / Judy Grahn. [CA] : Interval Press -- The voice of evil / Sandra M. Gilbert. [San Francisco] : Black Stone Press -- Love poem / Audre Lorde ; illustration by Patricia Waters. [CA] : Calliopea Press. Issued in paper portfolio by Frances Butler (Poltroon Press, Berkeley). There are seventy sets signed by the poets; twenty are hors de commerce"--Verso of title sheet. Each broadside signed by the poet. Note: UCSB copy, all signed, some numbered.
Young, Marguerite. Leaves, leaves. [S.l.] Arundel Press, 1989. First line: "There, in the long avenue of the arid vistas." "200 copies designed & printed by Robin Price ... This is copy no. 171." Signed by the poet.