Stanley Kurnik was a Los Angeles poet, author, teacher, and composer who ran the Los Angeles writers' workshops and Los Angeles
poets' workshops at the First Unitarian Church. The collection consists of manuscripts, teaching, research and personal material,
theater programs, memorabilia, correspondence, clippings, photocopies, photographs, reel to reel tape recordings, magazines,
posters, and ephemera.
Kurnik was a Los Angeles poet, author, teacher, and composer who ran the Los Angeles writers' workshops and Los Angeles poets'
workshops at the First Unitarian Church.
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