TABLE OF CONTENTS


Overview of the Collection

Biography

Scope and Content

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Detailed Description

Series I: Works, undated, 1927-1969

Series II: Correspondence, undated, 1910-1970

Series III: Personal and Professional Papers

Series IV: Family Papers

Series V: Photographs

Series VI: Black Mountain College Records

Series VII: Ephemera

Series VIII: Related Materials

Oversized Materials






Charles Olson Research Collection



Finding aid prepared by Sean Doherty, Patricia Triplett and Amy Albert.

Finding aid encoded by Sean Doherty and Patricia Triplett.


This finding aid was prepared with generous support from the Delmas Foundation.



Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center
405 Babbidge Road, Unit 1205
Storrs, Connecticut 06269-1205



© 2004 University of Connecticut



Overview of the Collection

Repository: Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center.
Creator: Olson, Charles.
Title: Charles Olson Research Collection.
Dates: 1910-1970.
Extent: 130 linear feet.
Record Series: MSS19690001
Language English.
Abstract: The Charles Olson Research Collection contains the literary works, correspondence, photographs, and personal, professional, and family papers of writer and poet Charles Olson. This collection also includes some administrative records of Black Mountain College.

Biography

Charles Olson was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, on 27 December 1910, to Karl Joseph and Mary Hines Olson. He attended Wesleyan University where he received a B.A. in 1932 and a M.A. in 1933. He continued his graduate studies at Harvard University from 1936 to 1938. His daughter Katherine was born during his first marriage, to Constance Wilcock. His second marriage, to Elizabeth Kaiser, produced a son, Charles Peter. Elizabeth, or Betty as she was known to her friends, died tragically in a car accident in March 1964. Charles Olson received several prestigious awards during his long career, including two Guggenheim Fellowships, in 1939 and 1948; a Wenner-Gren Foundation grant in 1952; a Longview Foundation award for The Maximus Poems in 1961; and an Oscar Blumenthal Prize (Poetry magazine), 1965. Charles Olson died from cancer on 10 January 1970.

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Scope and Content

The Charles Olson Research Collection features a wide range of materials covering such diverse topics as the Life and Works of Herman Melville, Black Mountain College, the Beat Generation, the Office of Wartime Information, and the Literary and Cultural Revolution of the 1960's. Correspondents of note include T.S. Eliot, Allen Ginsberg, LeRoi Jones, and Ezra Pound. The collection includes Olson's prose and poetry, correspondence with more than 1500 individuals, documents and ephemera from Olson's personal life, family papers, photographs, newspapers, atlases, books, journals and records from Black Mountain College. The bulk of the collection dates from Olson's lifetime, 1910-1970. However, as the Archives and Special Collections continued collecting donations from friends, acquaintances and family members after Olson's death, some items in the collection date from after Olson's death.

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Arrangement

Series I: Works (undated, 1927-1969) include manuscripts of poetry and essays, project notes, notebooks, diaries, subject files, and fragments. Manuscripts of published poetry are arranged according to the critical edition in which they are collected.

Series II: Correspondence (undated, 1910-1970) encompasses over 10,000 items, including letters, postcards, telegrams, manuscripts, clippings, and manuscript envelopes. All items are filed alphabetically by last name of sender, including outgoing correspondence from Olson. Outgoing correspondence is subdivided and arranged alphabetically according to the last name of the recipient.

Series III: Personal and Professional Papers (undated, 1910-1970) contain juvenilia, academic materials, financial documents, and ephemera. This series is arranged by topic, then chronologically.

Series IV: Family Papers (undated) include documents relating to Olson's parents, wives and children, including his father's philatelic materials and Betty Kaiser's diaries.

Series V: Photographs (undated) contains more than 200 photographs of Charles Olson and his family, friends and correspondents. The Collection includes original photographs owned by Charles Olson, original photographs or copies of original prints donated to the Archives, and reference prints (copies) made by the Archives for publication or preservation. Photographs are divided into eight sub-series: Photographs taken by Charles Olson; Photographs of Charles Olson (alone and in groups); Olson's family; Friends and associates; Black Mountain College; Gloucester; Miscellaneous photographs owned by Charles Olson; and Copy prints of manuscripts.

Series VI: Black Mountain College Records () contains some official records from Black Mountain College, including student applications and financial records.

Series VII: Ephemera () contains a wide range of items, including objects such as Olson's typewriter and tarot cards. Paper ephemera is arranged by year; other objects are simply listed according to their placement on the shelves.

Series VIII: Related Materials contains materials related to Charles Olson that were donated to the University of Connecticut by individuals following Charles Olson's death. These materials may include correspondence (often between Olson and the donor), Olson manuscripts, and other items of interest. These materials are arranged by the last name of the donor.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

By stipulation of some donors, some materials are restricted from research use. Consult with the Curator for further information.

Restrictions on Use

Permission to publish from these Papers must be obtained in writing from both the University of Connecticut Libraries and the owner(s) of the copyright.

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Related Material

Archives & Special Collections has a substantial collection of literary collections pertaining to Charles Olson, Black Mountain College and the Beat Generation. See especially, the papers of Ed Dorn, John Wieners and the records of Oyez Press For detailed information on these collections please contact the curator or ask at the reference desk.

Archives & Special Collections and the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Libraries, also maintains Charles Olson's personal library. While the library is not described here as part of the papers, it should be regarded as an important primary source. A full listing of Olson's library is provided, as well as via the Libraries' online catalog, HOMER.

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Index Terms

This record series is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.

Persons:

Olson, Charles, 1910-1970

Organizations:

Black Mountain College.

Places:

Gloucester, Massachusetts.

Subjects:

Document Types:

Administrative Records.
Artwork.
Books.
Broadsides.
Correspondence.
Diaries.
Drawings.
Financial Records.
Galley proofs.
Manuscripts.
Maps.
Newsletters.
Newspapers.
Notebooks.
Notes.
Photocopies.
Photographs.
Poems.
Publications.
School Records.
Sketches.
Typescripts.

Occupations:

Poet.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Item, Folder #], Charles Olson Research Collection. Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Libraries.

Acquisition Information

The Charles Olson Papers were purchased by the University of Connecticut from the Estate of Charles Olson in 1972. The University also purchased from the Estate the literary rights to all of Olson's writing that remained unpublished at the time of his death. Since then, the original papers have been augmented by numerous additions through purchase and by gift. In 2003, the decision was made to rename the papers The Charles Olson Research Collection to better describe the scope and content of the collection. Researchers should consult with the Curator to establish the provenance of any particular document.

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Detailed Description

Series I: Works, undated, 1927-1969
A. Maximus Poems
Individual poems are filed in order of appearance in The Maximus Poems, ed. George F. Butterick (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983)
1:1 Epigraph to the Maximus Poems. Typescript. 4p. June 1, 1953.
1:2 I, Maximus. Typescript. 4p. May 1950.
1:3 I, Maximus. Photocopy. 3p. May 17, 1950.
1:4 Notes on the Maximus Poems "from 22 on." Manuscript/Photocopy. 28p. 1953.
1:5 I, Maximus, of Gloucester, to you. Typescript. 4p. May 1950.
1:6 The Maximus Poems 1-10. Proofs. 47p.
1:7 I, Maximus of Gloucester, to You. Galley Proof. 1p.
1:8 The Maximus Poems 1-10. Typescript/Carbon copy. 67p. ca. 1953.
1:9 Maximus, to Gloucester: Letter 2. Typescript/Carbon copy. 5p. June 2, 1951.
1:10 Maximus, to Gloucester, Letter 3. Typescript/Carbon copy. 4p.
1:11 The Songs of Maximus. Typescript. 7p.
1:12 Maximus Letter 5. Manuscript/Typescript. 9p. ca. 1953.
1:13 Letter 6. Typescript. 3p.
1:14 Letter 7. Manuscript/Typescript. 6p. Manuscript written on envelope, dated April 2, 1953, from the National Bank of Washington to CO. ca. 1953.
1:15 Tyrian Businesses. Typescript. 8p.
1:16 Letter 9. Typescript/Photocopy. 14p.
1:17 Letter 10. Typescript/Photocopy. 14p.
1:18 To Gloucester - Letter 11. Manuscript/Typescript. 24p.
1:19 Maximus, to Himself. Typescript/Carbon copy. 5p.
1:20 The Song and Dance of. Typescript/Carbon copy. 15p.
1:21 Maximus to Gloucester: Letter 14. Typescript/Carbon copy. 21p.
1:22 Maximus, to Gloucester, Letter 15. Typescript. 9p.
1:23 Letter 16. Typescript. 11p.
1:24 The Twist. Typescript. 4p. January 10, 1954.
1:25 On First Looking Out of Juan De La Cosa's Eyes. Typescript/Carbon copy. 21p.
1:26 Maximus, to Gloucester, Letter 19 (A Pastoral Letter. Typescript. 5p.
1:27 Letter 20 - not a pastoral letter. Typescript. 3p.
1:28 Maximus, at Tyre, and Boston, wherever. Typescript. 1p.
1:29 Letter 22. Manuscript/Typescript. 4p.
1:30 Letter 25. Manuscript/Typescript. 16p.
1:31 A Plantation a beginning. Typescript. 7p.
1:32 Maximus, to Gloucester [I don't mean, just like that, to put down...]. Typescript. 2p.
1:33 History is the Memory of Time. Typescript/Carbon copy. 6p.
1:34 So Sassafras. Typescript/Carbon copy. 4p.
1:35 The Picture. Typescript/Carbon copy. 4p.
1:36 The Record. Manuscript/Typescript/Carbon copy. 5p.
1:37 Some Good News. Empty.
1:38 Stiffening, in the Master Founders' Wills. Manuscript/Typescript. 12p.
1:39 Capt Christopher Levett (of York). Manuscript/Typescript/Carbon copy. 16p.
1:40 1st Letter on Georges. Typescript. 4p.
1:41 [2nd Letter on Georges.] Typescript/Carbon copy. 5p.
1:42 John Burke. Manuscript/Typescript. 7p.
1:43 Letter, May 2, 1959. Manuscript/Typescript/Carbon copy. 35p.
1:44 Maximus, to Gloucester, Sunday, July 19. Photocopy/Carbon copy. 6p.
1:45 April Today Main Street. Manuscript/Carbon copy. 20p.
2:46 Letter 41 [broken off]. Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 4p.
2:47 Maximus, From Dogtown - I. Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 25p. November 20, 1959.
2:48 All My Life I've Heard About Many. Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 4p. November 29, 1959.
2:49 A Note on the Above. Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 4p. November 29, 1959.
2:50 Maximus, From Dogtown - II. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 21p.
2:51 Maximus, to himself, as of "Phoenicians." Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p. December 22, 1959.
2:52 Maximus further on (December 28th 1959). Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 4p. December 28, 1959.
2:53 For "Moira." Typescript/Photocopy. 2p. December 15, 1959.
2:54 Maximus to Gloucester, Letter 27. Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 25p.
2:55 The River - 1. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 7p. ca. October 21, 1960.
2:56 The River - 2. Manuscript/Photocopy. 4p. November 14, 1960.
2:57 The Poimanderes... Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p. Spring 1960.
2:58 Dogtown the dog town... Typescript/Carbon copy. 4p.
2:59 Cashes. Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 6p.
2:60 Like Mr. Pester acknowledges his sinfulness... Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p.
2:61 Of old times, there was a very beautiful woman... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 12p. 1 page of manuscript written on the back of a letter, dated July 11, to CO from "John" [Weiners?].
2:62 They said she went off fucking every Sunday. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 6p.
2:63 A Maximus. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy/Proof. 6p. August 13.
2:64 December, 1960. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 38p. December 1960.
2:65 Maximus Letter No. whatever. Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 3p.
2:66 Maximus, March 1961 - 1. Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon Copy. 7p.
2:67 Maximus, March 1961 - 2. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 9p.
2:68 The Account Book of B Ellery. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 5p.
2:69 A Maximus Song. Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. March 13, 1961.
2:70 Later Tyrian Business. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 5p. March 12, 1961.
2:71 For Robt Duncan, who understands what's going on - written because of him. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 34p. March 17, 1961.
2:72 O John Josselyn you. Typescript/Photocopy. 20p.
2:73 Further Completion of Plat. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p.
2:74 A Prayer, to the Lord... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 6p. March 28, 1961.
2:75 Bohlin 1. Manuscript/Typescript. 25p.
2:76 Bohlin 2. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 8p. March 1961.
2:77 Gee avenue, what I call the upper road... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 6p.
2:78 B. Ellery Cinvat Bridge aer. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 4p.
2:79 The winning Thing. Manuscript/Typescript. 11p. 1962-1963.
2:80 Bailyn shows sharp rise... Manuscript/Typescript/Carbon copy. 3p. ca. January 4, 1964.
2:81 23 School and 16 Columbia... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p. May 1, n.y.
2:82 The bottom backward... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p.
2:83 Jl 17 1961. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 6p. July 17, 1961.
2:84 Letter 72. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 13p.
2:85 The View - July 29, 1961. Manuscript/Typescript. 37p. July 29, 1961.
2:86 Descartes soldier... Manuscript/Typescript. 6p. September 10, 1961.
2:87 In the interleaved Almanacks for 1646 and 1647 of Danforth. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 5p.
2:88 Ta meteura... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p.
2:89 Thurs Sept 14th 1961. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 28p. September 14, 1961.
2:90 Of the Parsonses. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 12p. September 29, 1961.
2:91 The Beginnings. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 7p. October 15, 1961.
2:92 On Bemo Ledge he fell... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 7p.
2:93 The Cut. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 8p. October 18, 1961.
2:94 Scheria - ? Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 6p. October 18, 1961.
2:95 My Carpenter's Son's Son's Will. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 6p.
2:96 Maximus, at the Harbor. Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 6p. October 23 and 4, 1961.
2:97 Brang that thing out... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 8p. December 3, 1961.
2:98 Going Right out of the Century. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 7p. November 19, 1961.
2:99 A Later Note on Letter No. 15. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Proof. Manuscript on envelope from New England Electric System to Betty Olson. 6p. January 15, 1962.
2:100 128 a mole... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. Manuscript on envelope from Addison Gilbert Hospital. 4p.
3:101 "View": fr the Orontes, fr where Typhon. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 6p. January 15, 1962.
3:102 The East Gloucester Young Ladies Independent Society... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 6p. October 2, 1960.
3:103 Patriotism is the preserved park... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 6p. Manuscript of poem written on letter, dated June 8, 1960, to President, Black Mountain College, from Leo Marcus, President of Girltown Inc.
3:104 Bk ii chapter 37. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Galley Proof. 11p. Manuscript of poem written on back of manuscript of note, undated, from CO to Jean Katz.
3:105 The rocks in Settlement Cove... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p.
3:106 My memory is the history of time. Typescript/Manuscript/Photocopy. 3p.
3:107 Peloria... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 6p. November 12, 1961.
3:108 In the Face of a Chinese View of the City. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 12p. January 5, 1962.
3:109 Shag Rock... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 7p.
3:110 While on Obadiah Bruen's Island... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 6p. Manuscript poem written on back of note, undated, from "the Snowbird" to CO and Betty.
3:111 A 'learned man' sd Strabo... Manuscript/Typescript. 4p. January 17, 1962.
3:112 Cyprus, the strangled Aphrodite... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 6p. January 17, 1962.
3:113 After the storm was over... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p. January 17, 1962.
3:114 To travel Typhon from the old holdings... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 8p. January 18, n.y.
3:115 Up the steps, along the porch... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 8p. January 18, 1962.
3:116 People want delivery... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p. January 18, n.y.
3:117 The Coast goes from Hurrian Hazzi to Tyre... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 7p. January 19, 1962.
3:118 Tesserae. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 7p. Manuscript poem written on back of letter, undated, to CO from Oyez Press. January 19, 1962.
3:119 Lane's eye-view of Gloucester... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 7p.
3:120 Older than Byblos... Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 4p.
3:121 Chronicles. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 13p. January 23, 1962.
3:122 Sanuncthion lived before the Trojan War... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 9p.
3:123 John Watts took salt... Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 4p.
3:124 3rd letter on Georges. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 16p.
3:125 The Gulf of Maine. Manuscript/Typescript. 9p.
3:126 Existed 3000 BC? Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 6p. Manuscript written on statement of earnings for the Italian edition of The Distances, from Grove Press, Inc., dated 1962.
3:127 Phalaropes... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 7p.
3:128 Aristotle and Augustine... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 9p. ca. April 1962.
3:129 Off-upland... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 8p. June 17, 1962.
3:130 The earth with a city in her hair... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 6p. September 29, 1962.
3:131 So now let all the ships come in... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 8p.
3:132 HEPIT-NAGA-ATOSIS. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 6p. October 11 or 13, n.y.
3:133 Barbara Ellis, ramp. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p. October 12, 1962.
3:134 The diadem of the Dog... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 8p. October 19, 1962.
3:135 They brawled on the streets... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 6p. November 5, n.y.
3:136 Out over the land skope view... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 12p. November n.y.
3:137 Part of the Flower of Gloucester. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 6p.
3:138 Veda upanishad edda than. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 3p.
3:139 Wrote my first poems... Typescript/Photocopy. 4p. November n.y.
3:140 The 1st lot from the Cutt... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 6p.
3:141 I am the Gold Machine... Alternative title: Almadine. Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 6p. November 19, 1962.
3:142 In the harbor... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 6p. November 23, 1962.
3:143 Kent Circle Song. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 8p.
3:144 I swung out... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 5p. Manuscript on flattened box of Robt. Burns Cigarillos.
3:145 JW (from the Danelaw)... Manuscript/Typescript. 5p. November 23, 1962.
3:146 Proem. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 19p. November 21, 1962.
3:147 Not the intaglio method... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 9p. November 23, n.y.
3:148 The Battle of the Small Animals. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 6p. November 25, 1962.
3:149 Monday, November 26th, 1962. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p. November 26, 1962.
3:150 He who walks with his house on... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p. November 27, 1962.
3:151 She who met the serpent in the pond... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p. November 27, n.y.
3:152 The woman who said she went out every Sunday... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p. November 27, 1962.
3:153 Into the stream... Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. Manuscript written on Western Union Telegram envelope.
3:154 The Frontlet. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 9p. Manuscript written on Tish 15, A Poetry Newsletter - Vancouver, dated November 14, 1962. December 9, 1962.
3:155 Homo Anthropos... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 7p. January 10, 1963.
3:156 To enter into their bodies... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 12p. January 23, 1963.
3:157 The Cow of Dogtown. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 31p. February 11, 1963.
3:158 Stage Fort Park. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 12p. January 4, 1964.
3:159 Further Completion of Plat (before they drown Dogtown with a reservoir, and beautify it. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 19p. February 16, 1963.
3:160 Sequentior. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p. Manuscript written on envelope, dated November 29, 1962, from YMCA Cape Ann to CO. February 22, 1963.
3:161 Licked man (as such)... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p. Manuscript written together with manuscript by Peter Olson.
3:162 Gylfaginning VI. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p.
3:163 Heaven as sky is made of stone... Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 4p.
3:164 All night long I was a Eumolpidae... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p. Manuscript written on envelope, dated February 27, 1963, from Ronald Johnson to CO.
3:165 The Vault of Heaven, from which the rains spring... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 8p. Manuscript written on back of letter dated February 23, 1963, from Ronald Johnson to CO.
4:166 Turn out your ever-loving arms... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 3p.
4:167 "At the boundary of the mighty world." Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 22p.
4:168 Maximus, From Dogtown -- IV. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy/Proofs/Galley Proofs. 64p.
4:169 I looked up and saw its form through everything... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p.
4:170 One of the Bronze Plaques Which Decorate These Shores... Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 3p.
4:171 A Letter, on FISHING GROUNDS OF by Walter H. Rich. Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 6p.
4:172 Maximus, to Gloucester, Letter 157. Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 13p.
4:173 Why light, and flowers?... Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 9p. May 23, 1963.
4:174 You drew the space in reticule... Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p.
4:175 Civic Disaster. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 7p.
4:176 June 6th, 1963. Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 8p. June 6, 1963.
4:177 Into the hill... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 3p.
4:178 The distances up and down... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 7p. August 8, 1966.
4:179 Tantrist sat saw on the Lingam... Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 3p.
4:180 I stand up on you, Fort Place. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p.
4:181 Rotundum... Manuscript/Photocopy. 4p.
4:182 Or Lindsay roared upon the town firing barges... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Photostat. 21p.
4:183 13 vessels... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 15p. Manuscript written on letter, dated May 29, 1963, from Jeremy Prynne to CO. June 1963.
4:184 The lap of one of the two women... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 6p. Manuscript written on envelope, date June 12, 1963, from Totem Press to CO.
4:185 A Contract Entered Into By the Aforesaid Ship... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 12p.
4:186 The River Map and we're done. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 8p. June 15, 1963.
4:187 I set out now in a box upon the sea. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 3p.
4:188 Having descried the nation... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p.
4:189 Said Mrs. Tarantino... Manuscript/Typescript. 6p.
4:190 Bona Dea... Manuscript/Proof. Manuscript written on envelope, dated March 23, 1963, from Ken Irby to CO.
4:191 The last man... Empty.
4:192 I believe in God... Empty.
4:193 I told the woman... Empty.
4:194 Main Street is deserted... Manuscript. 6p.
4:195 Imbued with the light of heaven... Manuscript. 23p.
4:196 I looked up and saw... Empty.
4:197 The shape of Weymouth... Manuscript/typescript. 2p. Manuscript written on back of envelope, dated June 28, 1963, from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation to CO. June 29, 1963.
4:198 It says the Amitie sailed for New England with etc... Manuscript/Typescript. 3p.
4:199 The Return to the Mail-Bag... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p.
4:200 Followed his sow to apples... Manuscript. 1p.
4:201 The authority of Cape Ann... Manuscript. 1p. Manuscript written on a copy of excerpts from three letters, one dated March 9, 1963, from Ed Dorn to "Ken", the second undated from Robert Kelly, and the third dated October 27, 1963, from Ron Loewinsohn to "Fred."
4:202 Ships for the West Indies... Manuscript/Typescript. 3p.
4:203 Watch-house Point... Empty.
4:204 West Gloucester. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 6p.
4:205 Williams Stevens, first to venture... Manuscript. 5p.
4:206 Stevens song. Typescript. 1p. Manuscript notebook separated to "Notebooks."
4:207 The Bulgar... Manuscript. 2p.
4:208 Astride the Cabot fault... Manuscript/Typescript. 12p.
4:209 Rages strain Dog of Tartarus... Manuscript/Typescript. 15p. February 12, n.y.
4:210 7 years and you cld carry cinders in yr hand... Typescript. 1p.
4:211 Wonis kvam... Typescript. 1p.
4:212 The Condition of the Light from the Sun. Manuscript. 1p. Written on back of State of New York Employee's Statement of Salary and Deductions, dated December 11, 1963.
4:213 Signature to Petition. Manuscript. 2p. Broadsheet copy of poem separated to oversized materials.
4:214 Space and Time the saliva... Empty.
4:215 The Alligator... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p.
4:216 Sun upside down... Manuscript. 14p.
4:217 "Home", to the shore... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. March 14, 1964.
4:218 Her Headland... Typescript. 1p.
4:219 To have the bright body of sex and love... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. March 28, n.y.
4:220 Maximus to himself June 1964. Manuscript. 1p.
5:221 Publish my own soul... Typescript. 1p. August 1, 1964.
5:222 I believe in religion not magic or science... Typescript. 1p.
5:223 Fire it back into the continent... Typescript. 1p.
5:224 The sky of Gloucester... Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. Manuscript written on photocopies of poems by Victor Coleman, Gerrit Lansing, Diane Di Prima, William Dorn and Kidder Smith. August 6, n.y.
5:225 The-Man-With-The-House-On-His-Head... Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. August 8, 1964.
5:226 The Feathered Bird of the Harbor of Gloucester. Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. August 8, 1964.
5:227 Coiled, throughout the system... Typescript. 1p. August 8, 1964.
5:228 Right at the Cut... Typescript. 1p.
5:229 The Wolf slinks off... Manuscript. 1p.
5:230 There was a salt-works at Stage Fort. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. August 19, 1964.
5:231 The NEW Empire. Typescript. 1p. August 20, n.y.
5:232 The Cormorant and the Spindle... Manuscript/Typescript. 5p. Manuscript written on back of shipping envelope, undated, from Peter Smith to CO.
5:233 Cole's Island. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 17p. September 9, 1964.
5:234 My shore, my sounds, my earth... Manuscript. 1p.
5:235 Hector-body... Manuscript/Typescript. 1p. and 1 notebook. January 20, 1965.
5:236 Sweet Salmon... Photocopy. 1p. March 15, 1965.
5:237 Poem 143. The Festival Aspect. Manuscript/Typescript. 8p. March 29, 1965.
5:238 George Decker... Photocopy. 2p.
5:239 Ramp: to eat God's food raw. Typescript. 1p. April 1, 1965.
5:240 He came accompanied by the night... Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. Manuscript written on enveloped, dated March 15, 1965, from the Socratic Literary Society to CO. ca. March 30, 1965.
5:241 "Each Night is No Loss..." Manuscript. 5p. ca. July 28, 1965.
5:242 Maximus, in Gloucester Sunday, LXV. Manuscript/Typescript. 4p. August 22, 1965.
5:243 "O Quadriga..." Manuscript/Photocopy. 5p. Manuscript written on back of letter, dated August 3, from Michel Beaujois to CO. ca. August 3, 1965.
5:244 Fierce work it were to do again. Photocopy. 1p. ca. August-September 1965.
5:245 The Savages, or Voyages of Samuel de Champlain of Brouage. Typescript. 3p. Manuscript note on back of last page.
5:246 Physically, I am home... Manuscript. 7p. September 29, 1965.
5:247 North in the ice... Manuscript. 2p. September 29, n.y.
5:248 Lost from the loss of her dragger... Manuscript. 1p.
5:249 The Ocean. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. and 1 notebook. Typescript note from CO to "Harv" at bottom of page 2. September 30, 1965.
5:250 Dogtown - Ann, Robinson Davis... Typescript. 3p. Typescript note from CO to "Robert" on top of page 1.
5:251 To make those silent vessels go... Manuscript. 4p.
5:252 Cornely... Manuscript. 4p.
5:253 "Cromlech" of course it is... Manuscript. 6p.
5:254 Echidna is the bite of the asp... Empty.
5:255 "Cut Creek," the River is... Manuscript. 2p.
5:256 Maximus of Gloucester. Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. Manuscript written on card, "SMILE: Deaf Mute Educational System." November 5, 1965.
5:257 The Death of Carl Olsen. Manuscript. 6p. November 5, 1965.
5:258 Tall in the Fort... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. November 18, 1965.
5:259 Here in the Fort my heart doth harden... Manuscript. 1p.
5:260 Migration in fact... Photocopy. 1p. November 20, 1965.
5:261 The winter the Gen. Starks was stuck. Manuscript/Typescript. 5p. December 21, 1965.
5:262 December 22nd. Manuscript. 1p.
5:263 The whole thing has run so fast away... Typescript. 1p. Typescript note from CO to "Dearest Kate" at top of page. January 9, 1966.
5:264 Like mountains... Manuscript. 1p.
5:265 Sunday, January 16, 1966. Manuscript/Typescript. 1p. January 16, 1966.
5:266 These People sat right out my window too. Photocopy. 1p. January 18, 1966.
5:267 On the Earth's Edge... Photocopy. 2p. January 18, 1966.
5:268 Snow At Evening. Manuscript. 1p. Written on envelope, postmarked January 17 n.y., from Artist's Workshop Press to CO. January 20, 1966.
5:269 If the Deaths Do Not Stop We'll Have No Earth or Years Left. Typescript. 1p. January 21, 1966.
5:270 February 3, 1966 High Tide 10.6 Feet 8:43 AM. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. February 3, 1966.
5:271 The Land as Haithubu. Photocopy. 1p. ca. February 4, 1966.
5:272 A 3rd morning it's beautiful... Manuscript. 12p. February 7, 1966.
5:273 I have been an ability - a machine... Manuscript. 12p.
5:274 That island floating in the sea... Manuscript. 1p. June 17, 1962.
5:275 The Mountain of no difference... Manuscript. 1 notebook.
5:276 Bottled up for days... Manuscript. 3p.
5:277 Got me home, the light snow gives the air, falling. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. February 16, 1966.
5:278 Same thought - 2. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. February 16, n.y.
5:279 The living hand... Manuscript. 1p.
5:280 The Day's Beginnings. Manuscript. 2p. March 7, 1966.
6:281 Valorem is rate... Manuscript. 1p.
6:282 As of Parsonses or Fishermans Field or Cressy Beach... Manuscript. 5p. March 29, 1966.
6:283 White ships all covered with ice... Manuscript. 1p.
6:284 The northwest course of shifting man... Manuscript. 1p. April 3, 1966.
6:285 The moon is the measure... Photocopy. 1p.
6:286 The Groaner shakes louder... Manuscript. 1p. April 1966.
6:287 Land's End - Times End and then. Manuscript. 3p. Manuscript written on envelope, postmarked April 8, 1966, from Timothy Leary Defense Fund to CO. April 11, 1966.
6:288 Light signals and mass points. Manuscript. 2p.
6:289 Having developed the differences... Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. and 1 notebook. April 25, 1966.
6:290 Just as Morning Twilight and the Gulls, The Full Flower Moon, Gloucester, May 1966. Manuscript. 3p. May 3, 1966.
6:291 Essay on Queen Tiy. Manuscript. 1 notebook.
6:292 The usefulness of tramping out with great care... Manuscript/Typescript. 9p. and 1 notebook.
6:293 Oceania, the Child of the Moment of the Maid and Thought. Manuscript. 1 notebook. Manuscript written on CO's checkbook and blank checks.
6:294 Mareoceanum. Manuscript. 1p.
6:295 To my Portuguese... Manuscript. 5p. June 15, 1966.
6:296 Same day, Later. Manuscript. 1p.
6:297 When do poppies bloom... Manuscript. 2p. June 15, 1966.
6:298 An Art Called Gothonic. Manuscript/Typescript. 4p. and 1 notebook. June 14, n.y.
6:299 Night June 19th with some hope my own daughter... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p.
6:300 This town works at dawn... Manuscript. 1p. Written on envelope, postmarked June 17, 1966, from Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc. to CO. June 20, 1966.
6:301 The hour of the evening... Photocopy. 7p. July 12, 1966.
6:302 The history of Earth... Manuscript. 1p. Written on letter, dated July 14, 1966, from "Robert" to CO.
6:303 Migration in fact... Manuscript. 2p. August 8, n.y.
6:304 The boats' lights in the dawn... Photocopy. 3p.
6:305 Out of the light of Heaven... Manuscript. 9p. February 7, 1967.
6:306 Hotel Steinplatz, Berlin, December 25 (1966). Manuscript/Typescript. 5p. Manuscript written on letter, dated November 30, 1966, from C. Richard Clark to CO. December 25, 1966.
6:307 11 o'clock at night... Manuscript. 1p.
6:308 Celestial evening, October 1967. Manuscript. 4p. October 1967.
6:309 (Literary Result). Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. October 18, 1967.
6:310 The Telesphere. Manuscript. 2p. November 15, 1967.
6:311 Sun right in my eyes... Manuscript. 1p. Written on envelope. December 2, 1967.
6:312 Great Washing Rock... Manuscript. 2p. December 24, 1967.
6:313 The sea's boiling... Manuscript. 1 leather-bound "Week-At-A-Glance" notebook. ca. December 1967.
6:314 The salmon of wisdom... Manuscript. 1p. January 29, 1968.
6:315 That's the combination... Empty.
6:316 That there was a woman in Gloucester... Manuscript. 2p. February 18, 1968.
6:317 Added to making a Republic... Manuscript. 6p. Written on letter and envelope, dated February 1, 1968, from Joyce Benson to CO. March 6, 1968.
6:318 Wholly absorbed... Manuscript/Photocopy. 2p. March 1968.
6:319 Take the earth in under a single review... Manuscript. 1p. and 1 book. Manuscript written on "The Blue Stairs (poems) by Barbara Guest, New York: Corinth Books, 1968. Manuscript also written on typescript note, dated March 23-24, from unknown to "my dear Charles".
6:320 That great descending light of day... Manuscript. 1p. July 21, n.y.
7:321 And melancholy. Manuscript. 1p. July 23, 1968.
7:322 Outer Darkness Inner Schoodic... Manuscript. 2p.
7:323 Above the head of John Day's pasture land... Manuscript/Carbon copy. 24p. June 30, 1968.
7:324 I'm going to hate to leave this Earthly Paradise. Manuscript/Typescript/Proof. 30p. August 5, 1968.
7:325 December 18th. Manuscript/Typescript. 6p. December 18, 1968.
7:326 Flower of the underworld. Manuscript. 1p.
7:327 Between Cruiser and Plato... Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. Manuscript written on back of postcard, dated December 27, 1968, from Radcliffe College to CO. January 1, 1969.
7:328 Full moon [staring out window... Manuscript. 1p. March 4, 1969.
7:329 The first of morning... Manuscript. 1 notebook. April 20, 1969.
7:330 The left hand is the calyx of the Flower... Manuscript. 1p. Written on the back cover of "A Curriculum for the Study of the Soul: Pleistocene Man" by Charles Olson, Institute of Further Studies, 1968. April 20, 1969.
7:331 The Island, the River, the shore... Manuscript. 1p. May 24, 1969.
7:332 Just to have her body in my mind... Manuscript. 1p. June 18, 1969.
7:333 Enyalion of brown earth... Manuscript. 1 notebook. June 22, 1969.
7:334 Slowness which are an amount... Manuscript. 2p. Written on letter, dated June 20, from "Al" to CO. June 23, 1969.
7:335 I was bold, I had courage... Manuscript. 40p. June 26, 1969.
7:336 Golden Venetian Light From Back of Agamenticus Height Falling Like Zeus' dust All Over the River and marsh as Night Falling. Manuscript/Typescript. 5p. Manuscript written on envelope, postmarked June 12, 1969, from D. Hise to CO. June 28, 1969.
7:337 Short Possible Poem to Follow... Manuscript. 1 notebook. June 29, 1969.
7:338 His health, his poetry, and his love... Manuscript. 1 notebook. July 16, 1969.
7:339 Thank God I chose a Protestant Federalist town. Typescript. 4p. July 16, 1969.
7:340 The unit the smallest there is. Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. July 16, 1969.
7:341 Father Sky Mother Earth. Manuscript. 7p. and 1 notebook. Manuscript written on some materials from "The Marquis Biographical Library Society." July 15, 1969.
7:342 Mother of the tides... Manuscript. 2p. July 28, 1969.
7:343 Melkarth of Tyre... Photocopy. 1p. September 11, 1969.
7:344 Nasturtium is still my flower... Empty.
7:345 I live underneath the light of day... Empty.
7:346 The Blow is Creation... Manuscript. 39p. November 26, 1969.
7:347 My wife my car my color myself. Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1969.
8:348 Early Proofs and Notes (1/3). Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 26p.
8:349 Early Proofs and Notes (2/3). Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 25p.
8:350 Early Proofs and Notes (3/3). Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 28p.
8:351 Notes to publisher regarding proofs. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 41p.
9:352 Maximus Poems IV, V, VI: Front matter. Photocopied proof. 3p.
9:353 Maximus Poems Book IV (p. 1-71). Photocopied proof. 75p.
9:354 Maximus Poems Book V (p. 72-108). Photocopied proof. 38p.
9:355 Maximus Poems Book VI (p. 109-171). Photocopied proof. 65p.
9:356 Maximus Poems IV, V, VI: Four Point Section (p. 172-191). Photocopied Proof. 22p.
10:357 Maximus Poems: Book IV (p. 1-71). Photocopied proof. 74p. Copy 2.
10:358 Maximus Poems: Book V (p. 72-108). Photocopied proof. 39p. Copy 2.
10:359 Maximus Poems: Book VI (p. 109-171). Photocopied proof. 64p. Copy 2.
10:360 Maximus Poems IV, V, VI: Four Point Section (p. 172-191). Photocopied proof. 21p. Copy 2.
11:361 Maximus Poems IV, V, VI: galley proofs (1/4). Photocopy. 33p.
11:362 Maximus Poems IV, V, VI: galley proofs (2/4). Photocopy. 32p.
11:363 Maximus Poems IV, V, VI: galley proofs (3/4). Photocopy. 26p.
11:364 Maximus Poems IV, V, VI: galley proofs (4/4). Photocopy. 29p.
11:365 Maximus Poems IV, V, VI: cover, front matter printer proof. Photocopy. 2p.
11:366 Maximus Poems IV, V, VI: dedication page proof. Original print. 1p.
11:367 Maximus, From Dogtown: printer proofs and notes. Manuscript/Print/Photocopy. 14p.
12:368 Maximus IV, V, VI: annotated poems. Manuscript/Typescript. 12p.
12:369 Maximus IV, V, VI: notes and poems. Manuscript/Typescript. 24p.
12:370 Maximus IV, V, VI: notes. Manuscript. 17p.
12:371 Maximus IV, V, VI: rejected poems. Manuscript/Typescript. 9p.
B. The Distances
13:372 The Distances. Galley Proof. p. 1-19, Front Matter. ca. February 1961.
13:373 The Distances. Galley Proof. p. 20-39. ca. February 1961.
13:374 The Distances. Galley Proof. p. 40-60. ca. February 1961.
13:375 The Distances. Galley Proof. p. 61-76. ca. February 1961.
13:376 The Distances. Galley Proof. p. 77-93. ca. February 1961.
13:377 The Distances. Galley Proof. p. 94-96. ca. February 1961.
C. Collected Poems
14:378 ABCs. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 2p. ca. 1948.
14:379 ABCs (2). Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 2p. April 10, 1950.
14:380 ABCs (3: for Rimbaud). Manuscript/Typescript. 1p. June 1950.
14:381 abt the dead he sd... Typescript/Photocopy. 2p. 1960.
14:382 Across Space and Time. Manuscript/Typescript. 1p. ca. April - November 5, 1960.
14:383 Absolutely vernal. Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1965.
14:384 Abstract No. 1, Yucatan. Typescript. 1p. ca. March 5, 1951.
14:385 Adamo Me... Manuscript/Typescript. 5p. June 1950.
14:386 Adamo Me... Manuscript/Typescript. 4p. See letter, dated June 30, 1950, from Robert Creeley to Francis Boldereff. June 1950.
14:387 Afica. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 5p. ca. August 21-25, 1958.
14:388 Afternoon. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1945 - October 1946.
14:389 The Alba. Manuscript. 1p. January 13, 1956.
14:390 All Havens Astern. Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1958-1962.
14:391 All pink from the bath... Manuscript. 1p. ca. November 27, 1959.
14:392 All things stand out against the sky... Typescript. 1p. ca. December 1949 - March 1950.
14:393 All You Can Do. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1948-1950.
14:394 The Allegory of Wealth. Manuscript/Typescript. 4p. June 13, 1961.
14:395 The Americans. Manuscript. 1p. December 17, 1961.
14:396 The Americans. Typescript. 2p. ca. December 1961.
14:397 Anniversary. Manuscript/Typescript. 5p. ca. September 1957 - May 1962.
14:398 Anubis will stare. Be sure... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 14p. Poem written as part of letter from Charles Olson to Constance Olson. March 30, 1956.
14:399 Applause. Photocopy. 3p. ca. July 15, 1951.
14:400 As I went in and out I heard... Typescript. 2p. ca. June 1955 - May 1956.
14:401 As if Hallam Movius had placed a grid over it... Manuscript. 4p. November 12, 1965.
14:402 As of Bozeman. Manuscript. 10p. 1959 or earlier.
14:403 As snow lies on the hill... Manuscript/Typescript. 17p. ca. January - March 1966.
14:404 As the Dead Prey Upon Us. Manuscript/Typescript. 5p. April 13-16, 1956.
14:405 As the shield goddess... Manuscript/Typescript. 7p. Written on legal summons, dated December 26, 1962, from Addison Gilbert Hospital to Charles Olson and 2 posters announcing a reading from the Maximus and other poems by Charles Olson at The Hammond Museum, Gloucester MA, on Saturday, September 3 at 8:30 PM. January 17-19, 1963.
14:406 As though there were no flowing... Manuscript/Typescript. 1p. ca. October 21, 1960.
14:407 Assuming the Soul is a Bitch. Photocopy. 3p. 1960.
14:408 A Constance, This Day. Typescript. 2p. ca. September - December 1946.
14:409 Asymptotes. Manuscript/Typescript. 1p. March 1950.
14:410 Asymptote. Typescript. 1p. ca. March 29, 1950.
14:411 At midnight, after hours of love... Typescript. 2p. ca. 1952-1953.
14:412 At Yorktown. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. April 18, 1949.
14:413 Atalanta. Typescript. 1p. 1940; March 27, 1945.
14:414 The Babe. Photocopy. 1p. ca. December 23, 1949.
14:415 Bagatto. Manuscript/Typescript. 1p. See notebook "Enniscorthy June 1946". ca. September 1946.
14:416 Ballad for Americans. Typescript/Carbon copy. 2p. 1942.
14:417 Barley or rye... Manuscript. 7p. ca. June 14, 1964.
14:418 Beauty is to lay hold of Love... Typescript. 1p. ca. November 2, 1957.
14:419 Being altogether literal, and specific... Manuscript/Typescript. 5p. December 21, 1958.
14:420 A big fat fly... Manuscript/Photocopy. 3p. ca. December 1968 - March 1969.
14:421 Bigmans. Manuscript/Typescript/Carbon copy. 2p. ca. May 19, 1950.
14:422 Bigmans II. Typescript. 14p. ca. August 8, 1950.
14:423 Bigmans III (notes). Manuscript/Typescript. 9p. August 24, 1950.
14:424 The Binnacle. Manuscript/Typescript. 5p. ca. December 1958; November 1961.
14:425 The Boat. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. ca. May 29, 1954.
14:426 Borne down by the inability... Manuscript/Typescript. 4p. September 21, 1960.
14:427 The Bride. Typescript. 3p. ca. 1955-1956.
14:428 Burial Ground. Typescript. 1p. May 22, 1945.
14:429 The Business. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1957-1958.
14:430 By Cure of - Sulfa. Typescript. 1p. early 1940s.
14:431 Canto One Hundred and One. Typescript. 1p. November 22, 1946.
14:432 Carrying Water to the Youth in Honor of Sappho... Manuscript/Photocopy. 2p. January 10, 1960.
14:433 The Cause, The Cause. Typescript/Carbon copy. 4p. July 6-8, 1950.
14:434 The Cause, The Cause. Typescript/Carbon copy. 4p. ca. July 1950.
14:435 The cause, the cause... Typescript. 1p. July 1950.
14:436 The chain of memory is resurrection... Manuscript/Typescript. 7p. Spring 1956.
14:437 Christmas. Manuscript/Typescript. 1p. ca. December 1958.
14:438 La Chute. Typescript. 2p. May 1949.
14:439 La Chute. Manuscript/Typescript. 6p. ca. October 1949.
14:440 La Chute II. Manuscript/Typescript. 4p. ca. July 10, 1949.
14:441 La Chute III. Manuscript/Typescript. 4p. October 1949.
14:442 Cinos. Manuscript/Typescript. 6p. April 18-19, 1950.
14:443 The Civil War. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1952-1957.
14:444 Color is not the noun or the verb... Manuscript. 2p. Written on two envelopes: first dated January 23, 1964, from United States Information Agency to CO; second dated January 27, 1964, from Grove Press, Inc. to CO. ca. January - February, 1964.
14:445 Common Place; The Eye; The Table. Empty. January 2, 1953.
14:446 The Company of Men. Manuscript/Typescript/Print. 9p. Manuscript on letter, dated March 11, 1959, from Jeanne Unger, Evergreen Review, to CO. September 13, 1957.
14:447 Compleynt Blossoms April to July. Typescript. 5p. ca. May 1960.
14:448 The Connection. Typescript. 2p. ca. 1952-1957.
14:449 Conqueror. Typescript. 3p. January 9, 1948.
14:450 Conqueror. Typescript. 1p. late 1930s - early 1940s.
14:451 Conversation galante. Photocopy. 3p. ca. 1959.
14:452 Cross-Legged, the Spider and the Web. Typescript. 1p. May 7, 1960.
14:453 Cry pain, and the dogs of yrself devour... Manuscript. 1p. 1956.
15:454 Da Boyg. Typescript. 2p. ca. 1952-1954.
15:455 The Dance, of the Grizzly Bear. Photocopy. 1p. January 10, 1960.
15:456 Day Song. Typescript. 3p. May 31, 1950.
15:457 Day Song, the Day After. Typescript. 1p. June 1, 1950.
15:458 De Los Cantares. Typescript. 4p. ca. June 1955 - May 1956.
15:459 The Death of Europe. Typescript. 6p. August 1954.
15:460 Diaries of Death. Typescript. 1p. April 1, 1950.
15:461 The Disposition. Manuscript. 1p. May 3, 1960.
15:462 The dogwood comes out yellow... Photocopy. 1p. From notebook "On the Kings Mt. Men", ca. October 1959. ca. 1959.
15:463 Double, double, root and branch... Typescript. 2p. ca. September 1946.
15:464 The Dragon-Fly. Carbon copy. 1p. June 1946.
15:465 Dramatis Personae. Manuscript/Typescript. 1p. ca. 1953-1957.
15:466 The Drum World. Typescript. 3p. April 10, 1965.
15:467 The Dry Ode. Typescript. 2p. July 1947 - June 1950.
15:468 Dura. Typescript. 1p. May 26, 1949.
15:469 Dylan Thomas, and Now Matthew Mead. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 10p. ca. October 24, 1960.
15:470 Easter. Typescript. 3p. April 5-6, 1958.
15:471 Elements of clothes... Typescript. 1p. ca. April - June, 1948.
15:472 The Encounter. Photocopy. 4p. ca. August 8, 1956.
15:473 -The End of the World... Typescript. 1p. ca. 1964 - May 1965.
15:474 Enniscorthy Suite. Typescript/Carbon copy. 6p. ca. May 22, 1945.
15:475 Epigon. Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 3p. November 11, 1949.
15:476 Every Man His Own Matador... Typescript. 1p. March 15, 1959.
15:477 Evil. Typescript. 4p. ca. June 1955 - May 1956.
15:478 Examples - for Richard Bridgeman. Typescript. 1p. ca. April - May 1962.
15:479 The Fathers. Typescript. 8p. ca. July 1951 - 1955.
15:480 February 10, One Year Too Late. Typescript. 1p. ca. February 10, 1948.
15:481 Ferrini - I. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 64p. January 4-15, 1963.
15:482 Fire Is. Typescript. 1p. ca. September - November 1946.
15:483 Fable for Slumber. Typescript. 1p. Early 1940s.
15:484 The First Proteid. Typescript. 15p. 1949.
15:485 A Fish is the Flower of Water. Typescript. 2p. ca. 1948.
15:486 The Flower grows from the roots... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. ca. November 1958 - 1963.
15:487 For a Man Gone to Strasbourg Who Left an Automobile Behind Him. Typescript. 3p. April 11, 1953 - ca. April 1954.
15:488 For Arthur Rimbaud. Typescript. 3p. June 8, 1950.
15:489 For Cy Twombly... Typescript. 1p. ca. November 1951.
15:490 For Mac Hammond. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 11p. Includes annotated copy of "Poetic Syntax" by Mac Hammond, signed "for Charles Olson from the author with admiration." December 1963.
15:491 For my friend. Typescript. 1p. March - April 1965.
15:492 For Sappho, Back. Typescript/Carbon copy. 13p. May 25, 1950.
15:493 The Fool. Typescript. 2p. ca. September - November 1946.
15:494 The Fool. Typescript. 1p. November 1946.
15:495 Friday, Good Friday... Typescript. 1p. April 7, 1950.
15:496 The Friend. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1952-1957.
15:497 From the Inca. Photocopy. 1p. ca. November 19, 1952.
15:498 From the Song of Ullikummi. Manuscript. 12p. 1964.
15:499 The Gate is Prouti. Typescript. 2p. ca. July 31, 1950.
15:500 The Gleeman Who Flattered You. Manuscript/Typescript. 5p.
15:501 A Gloss. Typescript. 4p. ca. March 10, 1950.
15:502 Go make a bridge... Typescript. 5p. ca. February 1959.
15:503 The Gonfalon Raised Tonight. Typescript/Photocopy. 5p. See letters from CO to Donald Allen, May 27, 1958 and June 17, 1958. ca. April 7, 1958.
15:504 Going From Battle to Battle. Typescript/Photocopy. 2p. ca. October 1954.
15:505 The Grandfather-Father Poem. Manuscript/Printed copy. 15p. 1964.
15:506 Grinning monster out side the system... Manuscript. 4p. June 24, 1964.
15:507 Hate. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1957-1958.
15:508 He in the dark stall... Typescript. 2p. May 17, 1952.
15:509 He is the Devil... Manuscript. 2p. ca. January 1966.
15:510 He treads on edges of being... Typescript. 1p. ca. 1955-1958.
15:511 He, Who, in His Abandoned Infancy... Manuscript/Typescript. 1p. 1951.
15:512 Hear my prayer my father... Manuscript. 1p. ca. January 1950 - January 1951.
15:513 The Heart is a clock... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. January 21, 1968.
15:514 Help Me, Venus, You Who Led Me On. Manuscript/Typescript. 5p. ca. May 1950.
15:515 Her Dream, Half Remembered. Typescript/Carbon copy. 2p. March 11, 1945.
15:516 Her skin covered me... Manuscript/Photocopy. 2p. ca. October 6, 1964.
15:517 Here i am, naked... Typescript. 1p. ca. March - May 1950.
15:518 His house in the branches... Manuscript/Photocopy. 2p. ca. May 29 - June 15, 1963.
15:519 The House. Typescript. 1p. early 1940s.
15:520 How Things Change. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. December 13, 1961.
15:521 The Hustings. Manuscript/Typescript. 19p. November 10-16, 1960.
15:522 The Hustings. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 5p. ca. November 10, 1960.
15:523 Hymn to Proserpine. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 5p. ca. July 1962.
15:524 Hymn to the Word. Typescript. 1p. early 1940s.
16:525 I am Gilgamesh... Typescript. 1p. 1941.
16:526 I am so small you can hardly see me... Photocopy. 1p. November 18 or 19, 1959.
16:527 I believe in you... Typescript. 1p. ca. August 9, 1954.
16:528 I had had a beetle... Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. ca. January 31, 1963.
16:529 I hang on by... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. ca. August 21-25, 1958.
16:530 I just passed a swoony time... Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1958-1962.
16:531 I mean, no. Manuscript/Typescript. 1p. ca. June 1958.
16:532 I, Mencius, Pupil of the Master... Photocopy. 2p. 1954.
16:533 I met my Angel last night... Manuscript/Typescript. 14p. ca. February 2, 1963.
16:534 I saw, from under Him... Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1963-1964.
16:535 I was stretched out on the earth... Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1958-1963.
16:536 I weep, fountain of Jazer. Typescript. 2p. May 3, 1957.
16:537 I'm With You. Manuscript/Typescript. 4p. May 3, 1960.
16:538 Igor Stravinsky. Typescript. 1p. April 4, 1948.
16:539 In celebration of Mitos... Typescript. 1p. ca. March 10, 1964.
16:540 In Cold Hell, In Thicket. Typescript. 11p. May 13, 1950.
16:541 In Memory of William Hickey. Typescript/Print. 2p. February 1945.
16:542 In one age or other... Manuscript/Typescript. 5p. October 3, 1960.
16:543 In the Hills South of Capernaum, Port. Manuscript/Typescript/Carbon copy. 5p. 1947.
16:544 In Wiro language... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 27p. December 1962.
16:545 The Inadequate Orderly Simplification... Typescript. 1p. June 16, 1960.
16:546 The Inadequate Orderly Simplification... Typescript. 2p. June 16, 1960.
16:547 Incunabula, 1958. Manuscript/Photocopy. 4p. January 27, 1959.
16:548 Indian trinity and my son an Etchimin... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. July 26, 1967.
16:549 The Intended Angle of Vision. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. August 4, 1959 - August 8, 1960.
16:550 Issue, Mood. Typescript. 2p. ca. September 1950.
16:551 Issues from the Hand of God. Typescript. 8p. ca. July 25, 1951.
16:552 It isn't my word but my mother's... Typescript. 1p. ca. 1958-1959.
16:553 It is a nation of nothing but poetry... Manuscript. 25p. November 17, 1962.
16:554 It's got to this... Manuscript. 1p. ca. January 23, 1953.
16:555 It's not the erotic but the kairotic... Manuscript. 1p. ca. March 10, 1959.
16:556 It's SPRing AgAIN! Typescript/Carbon copy. 12p. ca. March 1950.
16:557 Jas Jargon. Typescript. 1p. ca. December 1953.
16:558 Just Inside the Vigil of Christmas. Typescript. 1p. December 24, 1957.
16:559 The K. Typescript. 1p. February 1945.
16:560 Key West. Typescript. 1p. March 27, 1945.
16:561 Kin. Photocopy. 1p. April 1952.
16:562 King of the wood king of the dead. Typescript/Photocopy. 2p. August 2, 1960.
16:563 King's Mountain. Typescript. 9p. ca. February - May, 1955.
16:564 The Kingfishers. Manuscript/Typescript. 37p. 1949.
16:565 The Kingfishers. Carbon copy. 5p. ca. July 20, 1949.
16:566 The Kingfishers. Typescript/Carbon copy. 11p. 1949.
16:567 Lalage! Typescript. 1p. ca. September 1946.
16:568 The Lamp. Photocopy. 1p. October 14, 1964.
16:569 Landscape, Without Color. Typescript. 2p. ca. 1948.
16:570 The Laughing Ones. Typescript. 1p. November 1949.
16:571 The Laughing Ones. Typescript/Carbon copy. 3p. November 1949.
16:572 Law. Manuscript/Typescript. 1p. ca. 1942-1944.
16:573 Letter for Melville 1951. Carbon copy. 6p. July 17, 1951.
16:574 The Librarian. Typescript. 3p. 1957.
16:575 Li Po. Typescript. 1p. ca. November 11, 1948.
16:576 The Lie of 10, or The Concept of Zero. Typescript. 1p. ca. October 1960.
16:577 Like a foldout... Typescript. 1p. June 6, 1964.
16:578 A Lion Upon the Floor. Typescript. 2p. January 1945.
16:579 The liturgical eighth day... Empty. ca. April 5-6 and November 16, 1958.
16:580 Long Distance. Typescript. 3p. ca. January-May 1957.
16:581 The Lordly and Isolate Satyrs. Typescript/Carbon copy/Photostat. 20p. ca. April 1956.
16:582 Love. Typescript. 1p. August 24, 1954.
16:583 Love I. Manuscript. 5p. January 13, 1956.
16:584 Love is the talk of the organs... Manuscript. 1p. ca. March 28, 1963.
16:585 The Loves of Anat, 1. Manuscript. 1p. Written on back of letter, dated December 30, 1956, from Ray Souster to CO. 1957.
16:586 The Loves of Anat, 1. Typescript. 1p. January 1957.
16:587 A Lustrum for You, E.P. Typescript/Carbon copy. 4p. 1946.
16:588 The Mast. Typescript/Carbon copy. 6p. April 1, 1953.
16:589 The Mathematical Secret, and the Apron. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. October 9, 1960.
16:590 Marry the Marrow. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1940-1946.
16:591 May 20, 1959. Photocopy. 1p. Original in notebook "1959 February 13th." May 20, 1959.
16:592 May 31, 1961. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 7p. May 31, 1961.
16:593 Maya Against Itzas. Manuscript. 1p. January 1954.
16:594 Mazdaism has overcome the world... Typescript. 1p. October 2, 1960.
16:595 Measure. Typescript. 2p. ca. January 22, 1958.
16:596 Memorial Day. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 5p. June 1, 1958.
16:597 Memory Mind and Will... Manuscript. 1p. March 4, 1964.
16:598 Men are only known in memory... Manuscript. 1p. April 1963.
16:599 The Mind's Notice. Typescript. 2p. ca. January 22, 1958.
16:600 The Moebius Strip. Manuscript. 1p. ca. November 1946.
16:601 The Moon is the Number 18. Typescript. 1p. Fall 1946; January 8, 1951.
16:602 Moonset, Gloucester, December 1, 1957, 1:58 AM. Typescript. 1p. December 1, 1957.
16:603 The Morning News. Typescript/Carbon copy. 7p. March 7, 1950.
16:604 Move Over. Typescript. 1p. June 1947.
16:605 Move Over. Typescript. 2p. 1947.
16:606 My apple branch... Typescript/Photocopy. 2p. ca. May 3, 1965.
16:607 My belly sounds like an owl... Manuscript. 1p. ca. June 1964 - 1968.
16:608 My love is also like a sixteen year old... Typescript. 1p. January 26, 1959.
16:609 My poor dumb body... Typescript. 2p. April 1953.
17:610 Name-Day Night. Typescript/Print. 7p. 1949.
17:611 Name-Day Night. Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. 1949.
17:612 The Nerves are Staves... Typescript/Photocopy. 2p. ca. August 1959.
17:613 New England March. Manuscript. 1p. ca. March 1940 - March 28, 1945.
17:614 New Poem. Typescript. 3p. ca. May 1955.
17:615 The Night. Typescript. 1p. ca. March 9, 1945.
17:616 Not a rat-hole, a cat-hole... Photocopy. 5p. March 25, 1960.
17:617 Not to permit himself to be a civilized man... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 4p. October 23, 1967.
17:618 O! Typescript. 1p. November 1949.
17:619 O'Ryan 1-10. Typescript. 30p. December 1954.
17:620 O'Ryan 2-10. Typescript. 6p. ca. December 1954.
17:621 O'Ryan 6. Typescript. 1p. ca. December 1954.
17:622 O'Ryan 11-15. Typescript. 2p. ca. November - December 1954.
17:623 Obit. Manuscript/Typescript. 4p. ca. October 3, 1957.
17:624 The Objects. Photocopy. 2p. January 19, 1960.
17:625 Of Lady, Of Beauty, Of Stream. Typescript/Carbon copy. 2p. ca. March 1950.
17:626 Of Mathilde. Typescript. 1p. July 21-22, 1950.
17:627 Of the United States. Manuscript/Typescript. 4p. ca. 1958-1962.
17:628 On All Sides. Typescript. 1p. ca. November 1958 - 1961.
17:629 On the equator east of my son... Typescript. 1p. ca. November 1958 - 1961.
17:630 On the Shore. Manuscript/Typescript. 7p. May 8, 1962.
17:631 One night Ma lay with Pa... Typescript/Photocopy. 6p. December 3, 1959.
17:632 One root; The Moose is the 'fate' of the poem... Photocopy. 1p. January 14-15, 1960.
17:633 One Word as the Complete Poem. Typescript. 2p. ca. October 1957 - April 1959.
17:634 Only the Red Fox, Only the Crow. Typescript. 1p. 1948.
17:635 Other Than. Typescript. 3p. June 1950.
17:636 Otvechai. Typescript. 4p. ca. November 1949.
17:637 A Part of the Series on the Paths. Manuscript. 8p. October 19, 1963.
17:638 The Pavement. Typescript. 1p. 1954.
17:639 The Pedens, who re-walked the trails... Manuscript. 2p. ca. April 1963.
17:640 Pente cost... Typescript. 1p. ca. 1961 - April 1963.
17:641 Peograms. Typescript. 1p. ca. July 1954.
17:642 The Perfume! Typescript. 3p. ca. May 1, 1956.
17:643 The perfume of flowers! Typescript. 8p. May 1, 1956.
17:644 The personality and dourness of winter... Typescript. 1p. ca. December 1963.
17:645 The Picture. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1955-1957.
17:646 Poemless Rhymes for the Times. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. ca. 1958-1959.
17:647 The Post Virginal. Typescript/Carbon copy. 11p. May 24, 1955.
17:648 A Po-sy, A Po-sy. Typescript. 10p. March 1950.
17:649 La Preface. Typescript. 2p. ca. May 1946.
17:650 Proensa. Typescript. 1p. September 1953.
17:651 Proensa. Typescript. 1p. ca. September 1953.
17:652 A Promise. Manuscript. 1p. May 3, 1960.
17:653 The proper soul... Photocopy. 1p. ca. 1959.
17:654 Purgatory Blind. Typescript. 1p. ca. Spring 1940.
17:655 Put him this way... Typescript. 1p. ca. 1948-1950.
17:656 Quail. Typescript. 1p. ca. December 1955 - 1957.
17:657 Quatrain. Typescript. 1p. ca. May 31, 1950.
17:658 R-squared. Typescript. 2p. 1947.
17:659 The Real. Typescript. 1p. July 7, 1954.
17:660 Red Mallows. Typescript. 2p. August 1954.
17:661 Restorations No. 1. Typescript. 4p. ca. June 1957.
17:662 The Return. Typescript. 1p. ca. September 1946.
17:663 Right in my eye the west sun... Photocopy. 1p. ca. 1959.
17:664 Rocking meter over desolation. Typescript. 3p. January 20, 1968.
17:665 Rosy, It Was. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. February 10-11, 1958.
17:666 Rufus Woodpecker... Typescript. 7p. April 26, 1958.
17:667 Rufus Woodpecker. Thermofax copy. 3p.
17:668 Said Adam. Carbon copy. 2p. ca. May 1945.
17:669 Sans Name. Typescript. 1p. ca. September 1948.
17:670 The sea is an archeology... Manuscript. 1p. ca. May - August 1953.
17:671 A Second Musical Form, For Dave Young. Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. October 5, 1960.
17:672 Sections from "Buffalo Ode." Manuscript. 3p. March 25, 1964.
17:673 The Seven Songs. Typescript. 1p. ca. June 1955 - May 1956.
17:674 Seventeenth century men who founded this land... Typescript. 1p. ca. February 20, 1962.
17:675 Shang dynasty oracle bone 2 say. Manuscript. 1p. ca. September 1962 - June 1963.
17:676 She. Typescript. 1p. February 16, 1945.
17:677 The She-Bear. Typescript/Carbon copy. 36p. March 25-27, 1950.
17:678 The She-Bear. Manuscript/Typescript. 8p. March 1950; ca. 1957-1962.
17:679 She, Thus. Typescript. 1p. March 3, 1945.
17:680 Shenandoah. Typescript. 1p. October 14, 1964.
17:681 Shut in kept off... Empty. December 1962.
17:682 Siena, 1948. Typescript. 2p. 1948.
17:683 Signs. Typescript/Photocopy. 2p. September 27, 1950.
17:684 Signs. Typescript/Photcopy. 2p. September 27, 1950.
17:685 Sin is inferiority... Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1961-1965.
17:686 Sing, Mister, Sing. Typescript. 1p. January 27, 1945.
17:687 Sit by the window and refuse my father... Typescript. 1p. December 2, 1958.
17:688 A Six Inch Chapter - in Verse. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. ca. February 27, 1958.
17:689 Small Birds, To Agree With the Leaves... Typescript. 4p. ca. May 1955.
17:690 The Snow. Typescript. 1p. December 17, 1961.
17:691 Snow White was always waiting for The Prince... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 3p. January 23, 1963.
17:692 Some partial cloudiness will flow locally... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. September 12, 1962.
17:693 The Song. Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. December 13, 1958.
17:694 A Spring Song for Cagli. Typescript. 1p. March 1947.
17:695 Stone and Flower Series. Manuscript/Typescript/Photcopy. 17p. ca. June 1958.
17:696 A Story. Typescript. 1p. ca. June 1954.
17:697 The Story of an Olson, and Bad Thing. Manuscript/Typescript. 18p. June 5-6, 1950.
17:698 The Story of an Olson, and Bad Thing. Carbon copy. 8p. June 1950.
17:699 The Soul. Typescript. 7p. ca. June 1954.
17:700 Sut Lovingood. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1955-1958.
18:701 Tanto e Amara. Typescript. 1p. ca. November 22, 1948.
18:702 Telegram. Typescript. 1p. February 1945.
18:703 The Tellers (Those Who Brought It In). Typescript. 1p. November 1949.
18:704 Tenementy twilightish landscape... Typescript. 1p. ca. 1958-1962.
18:705 A Tentative Translation of a Newly Discovered 'Homeric' Hymn. Typescript. 3p. August 20, 1955.
18:706 There is No River Which is Called Lethe. Manuscript/Typescript. 4p. October 11, 1961.
18:707 There they were... Typescript. 1p. December 30, 1962.
18:708 There Was a Youth Whose Name Was Thomas Granger. Typescript. 2p. 1946 or 1947.
18:709 These Days. Manuscript/Typescript. 4p. January 10, 1950.
18:710 The Thing Was Moving. Empty. May 11, 1952.
18:711 This man's weakness is straw... Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1959-1962.
18:712 This Year. Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. ca. November 1965 - 1968.
18:713 Thoughts of the Time. Manuscript. 5p. September 1956.
18:714 To a Poet Who Read in Gloucester. Manuscript. 3p. October 4, 1962.
18:715 To the She-Bear (The 1st Song). Manuscript/Typescript. 9p. March 1950; ca. 1957-1962.
18:716 To Try to Get Down One Citizen... Typescript. 1p. ca. November 1958 - March 1963.
18:717 La Torre. Typescript. 1p. 1946.
18:718 La Torre. Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. October 1946 - June 1950.
18:719 The Tower. Typescript. 5p. November 1946.
18:720 A Toss, for John Cage. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 10p. ca. July-August 1952.
18:721 The Town. Typescript/Carbon copy/Photocopy. 6p. ca. June 2, 1945.
18:722 A Translation. Carbon copy. 1p. ca. November 1945.
18:723 A Translation from Havelock Ellis. Typescript. 1p. ca. March 11, 1945.
18:724 The Treatment. Typescript. 2p. ca. 1958.
18:725 Trinacria. Typescript. 1p. ca. February 1946.
18:726 Troilus. Published copy. 1p. ca. July 1948.
18:727 True Numbers. Typescript. 2p. December 9, 1954.
18:728 Turn now and rise... Manuscript. 2p. April 14, 1966.
18:729 2 Propositions and 3 Proof. Typescript/Carbon copy. 4p. ca. November 1945.
18:730 Undazzled, keen, love sits... Typescript. 1p. ca. April 5-6, 1958; November 16, 1958.
18:731 Under every green tree... Empty. ca. January 1950 - January 1951.
18:732 The unfinished (raw) hero... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. March 10, 1964.
18:733 Variations done for Gerald Van De Wiele. Typescript. 3p. ca. April 1956.
18:734 variations Done for Gerald Van De Wiele. Typescript. 12p. ca. April-May 1956.
18:735 The Vessel, Say, and Its Element. Typescript. 7p. March 1950.
18:736 War on the Mind in a Time of Love. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1952-1957.
18:737 Well. Typescript. 1p. April 1953.
18:738 When I think of what Fitz Lane didn't do... Typescript. 1p. August 30, 1968.
18:739 White Horse. Photocopy. 1p. 1940-1946.
18:740 The Whole World. Typescript/Photocopy. 10p. August 25, 1955.
18:741 The winds which blew my daughter... Typescript. 1p. August 7, 1952.
18:742 Winter. Typescript. 2p. December 8, 1945.
18:743 The Winter After. Typescript. 1p. ca. December 1945.
18:744 A Woman's Nipples Is the Rose of the World. Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. October 5, 1960.
18:745 West. Typescript. 6p. ca. 1959-1964.
18:746 West. Manuscript/Typescript. 9p. ca. 1959-1964.
18:747 West. Setting typescript prepared for printer by Tom Raworth. 4p. ca. 1959-1964.
18:748 West 6. Manuscript. 1p. March 4, 1964.
18:749 What's Wrong With Pindar. Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. ca. December 1957 - March 1958.
18:750 When one age goes... Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1961-1963.
18:751 What Had To Go. Typescript. 2p. December 12, 1961.
18:752 Who. Typescript. 2p. ca. 1957-1958.
18:753 Who slays the Spanish sun... Typescript. 1p. ca. December 1956.
18:754 Will: termite mothers... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. October 16, 1964.
18:755 Will: the rat... Typescript. 1p. October 17, 1964.
18:756 The Will To. Manuscript. 1p. May 3, 1960.
18:757 Winter Solstice. Typescript. 1p. December 8, 1958.
18:758 With what I got out... Typescript. 1p. ca. 1958-1959.
18:759 Without the Season of Structure... Typescript. 2p. ca. 1958-1959.
18:760 The Writ. Typescript/Photocopy. 8p. ca. February 3-11, 1957.
18:761 X to the Nth. Typescript. 1p. ca. November - December 1946.
18:762 X to Zebra. Typescript. 1p. ca. November - December 1946.
18:763 The Year is a Great Circle... Typescript. 5p. January 1958.
18:764 The Year is a Great Circle or The Year is a Great Mistake. Carbon copy. 1p. January 15, 1958.
18:765 The Yellow of the Mask. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 6p. October 31, 1960.
18:766 You know, verse is a lovely thing... Typescript. 1p. ca. January - May 1957.
18:767 Your Eyes. Typescript. 1p. December 1946.
19:768 The Collected Poems of. Typescript. 10p. January 2, 1953.
19:769 Common Place; The Eye; The Table. Typescript. 1p. January 2, 1953.
19:770 The Drum World. Manuscript/Photocopy. 3p. Written on "Sum No. 6, April 1965, San Francisco." April 10, 1965.
19:771 The Encounter. Typescript. 2p. ca. August 8, 1956.
19:772 An "Enthusiasm". Manuscript. 2p. Written on booklet, "Provincial Museum of Natural History and Anthropology: Report for the Year 1962" and accompanying envelope. October 9, 1965.
19:773 The Lamp. Manuscript. 1p. Written on restaurant placemat. October 14, 1964.
19:774 So the Norse were neurotic... Manuscript. 1p. 1966.
D. Nation of Nothing But Poetry: Supplementary Poems
20:775 Adamo! Adamo! Manuscript/Typescript. 7p. ca. 1948-1949.
20:776 Add An Edda. Typescript. 6p. ca. 1957.
20:777 The Advantage. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 5p. January 10, 1950.
20:778 All covered with feathers... Manuscript/Typescript. 5p. ca. May 8, 1962.
20:779 And Now: The World! Folded TS signed, sent R. Souster, returned in his letter dated February 2, 1958. See also Dan Rice's letter dated ca. February 6, 1958. Manuscript/Typescript. 5p. ca. January 17, 1958.
20:780 Apoptic. "For Richard Bridgeman." Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. ca. April-May 1962.
20:781 As of what's ahead... Manuscript. 1p. September 17, 1951.
20:782 Atalanta ran swift course... Typescript. 2p. 1940.
20:783 Auctour. Addressed "Dear E.P." Manuscript/Typescript. 1p. ca. May 12, 1946.
20:784 Birth's Obituary. See also "Key West II" notebook. Manuscript/Typescript. 1p. March 9, 1945.
20:785 Black Mt. College Has a Few Words For A Visitor. Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 5p. June 16, 1952.
20:786 Capricorn. Typescript. 1p. early 1940's.
20:787 Crown of Nails. Typescript. 1p. early 1940's.
20:788 The Clouds. Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. ca. 1952-1954.
20:789 A Day, of a Year. Typescript. 1p. June 21, 1950.
20:790 De Bonox. Typescript. 1p. ca. May 29, 1950.
20:791 A direct downward path... Typescript. 1p. October 31, 1960.
20:792 Ego Scriptor. Typescript. 2p. ca. 1953-1954.
20:793 Eve, and Lilith and Adam and Pie. Manuscript. 2p. ca. May 1960.
20:794 The Feast. Typescript. 11p. May 29, 1954.
20:795 February, 1968. Manuscript/Typescript. 5p. February 28, 1968.
20:796 For A.K., Enniscorthy, Keene, Virginia. Typescript. 2p. January 4, 1946.
20:797 For joe. Typescript. 1p. April 3, 1950.
20:798 For PV himself alone and god bless him. Typescript. 6p. ca. August-September 1953.
20:799 For the Children, in the Novel, Mr. Hellman. Typescript/Photocopy. 2p. ca. October 1954.
20:800 1492-1942. Typescript. 1p. March 15 1945.
20:801 The Friend. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1952-1957.
20:802 From Troilus (A Mask). Typescript. 3p. June-July 1948.
20:803 Future/open... Typescript. 1p. ca. 1958-1959.
20:804 Glyphs. Typescript. 1p. ca. July 16-21, 1951.
20:805 The grain of December. Typescript. 1p. December 1962.
20:806 A Greeting To A Lord High Canadian Lawyer's Wife. Manuscript. 1p. ca. May 1960.
20:807 How One Feels About It... Manuscript/Typescript. 1p. ca. 1957-1959.
20:808 Idle Idyll. Typescript. 4p. ca. July 9, 1952.
20:809 In the automotive store. Manuscript. 21p. October 30, 1962.
20:810 In Black. Manuscript/Typescript. 7p. May 8, 1962.
20:811 Jim Bridger first white man into Yellowstone... Typescript. 1p. June 1964.
20:812 Kar-ch-ro-donta. Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1962 - Spring 1963.
20:813 Ladies and Gentlemen, the Center Ring! Carbon copy. 1p. ca. July 4, 1946.
20:814 Lady Mimosa... Typescript. 6p. March 27, 1950.
20:815 Lalage. Carbon copy. 2p. ca. September 1946.
20:816 Lustrum. Typescript/carbon copy. 2p. ca. April 1945.
20:817 Mavrodaphne. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. 1940.
20:818 Melville's sense of blooming late... Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. January 22, 1966.
20:819 Mindanao. Typescript. 1p. early 1940s.
20:820 The Moon. Typescript. 1p. ca. November 1946.
20:821 My Father. Typescript. 1p. March 4, 1945.
20:822 The nation is nothing but poetry. Manuscript. 1p. November 17, 1962.
20:823 No. Typescript. 1p. early 1940s.
20:824 Northman, What of Yourself? Typescript. 3p. ca. May 1948 - March 1949.
20:825 A Notice, For All American Mechanics. Typescript. 1p. August 11, 1952.
20:826 Of Love. Typescript. 1p. June 22, 1946.
20:827 The Old Physics Restored... Typescript. 2p. ca. June 1955 - May 1956.
20:828 O'Ryan - #11. Manuscript/Typescript. 9p. November 1955.
20:829 The Osiris Boat. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. December 15, 1961.
20:830 The Picture. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1953-1957.
20:831 Planted the fruit skin and all... Typescript. 2p. November 29, 1963.
20:832 Raphael. Typescript. 1p. early 1940s.
20:833 The Retort. Typescript/Photocopy. 8p. 1954.
20:834 A rivulet of soil... Empty. ca. May 1960.
20:835 Sea Song. Typescript. 1p. early 1940s.
20:836 A Shadow, Two. Typescript. 2p. May 29, 1950.
20:837 She, Thus. Manuscript/Typescript. 1p. ca. March 3 - August 25, 1945.
20:838 So Gentle. Typescript. 1p. June 22, 1950.
20:839 Stravinsky. Typescript. 2p. 1948 - June 13, 1949.
20:840 There are sounds... Typescript. 4p. ca. August 24 - November 1950.
20:841 There is a goddess of earth... Manuscript. 11p. ca. March 1963.
20:842 These people and their Amusement Park... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. November 20, 1965.
20:843 This is Thoth speaking. Typescript. 2p. ca. 1955.
20:844 Trivittata. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. November 30, 1961.
20:845 Vinal. Typescript/Photocopy. 2p. April 1952.
20:846 The Way of the Word. Typescript. 1p. ca. September 1946.
20:847 Where They Came From. Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. December 12, 1961.
20:848 Who it is who sits... Typescript. 4p. ca. December 1949.
20:849 Who Sings Against Things. Typescript. 1p. early 1940s.
20:850 the wild geranium... Manuscript/Typescript. 1p. ca. Spring 1963.
20:851 Willie Francis and the Electric Chair. Typescript/Carbon copy/Newsprint. 12p. ca. May 1947.
20:852 You need never fear... Photocopy. 1p. ca. May 16, 1964.
20:853 Your Witness. Typescript. 2p. ca. January 1948 - November 1950.
E. Unpublished poems
21 1941-1952
21:854 Chemistry. Typescript. 3p. ca. 1941.
21:855 Ur; The Kiss. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1941.
21:856 Cain's Child. Carbon copy. 1p. ca. February 1941.
21:857 What Day. Typescript. 1p. May 1941.
21:858 Notes: September 21, 1942. Typescript. 1p. September 21, 1942.
21:859 To Harvey Brett, About His Story "A Pair of Legs". Typescript. 1p. ca. 1945.
21:860 Day's War with Night. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1945.
21:861 Gethsemane. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1945.
21:862 First Act, or I, Ishmael. Manuscript/Typescript. 6p. ca. 1945.
21:863 American. Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. January 26, 1945.
21:864 Valentine. Carbon copy. 1p. February 16, 1945.
21:865 Of arms and of men... Typescript. 2p. February 19, 1945.
21:866 The True Life of Arthur Rimbaud. Typescript. 9p. February 20-24, 1945.
21:867 Three Translations. Manuscript/Typescript. 4p. ca. March 11, 1945.
21:868 Where. Manuscript. 1p. March 28, 1945.
21:869 Where. Typescript. 1p. March 28, 1945.
21:870 Consider. Typescript. 1p. May 12, 1945.
21:871 The Narrative of Cabeza de Vaca. Manuscript/Typescript. 4p. ca. 1945.
21:872 To K. -- II. Typescript. 2p. ca. January 1946.
21:873 La Constanza. Manuscript. 1p. ca. May 1946.
21:874 A Child's Address. Typescript. 1p. ca. June - September 1946.
21:875 Broch Our Hawk. Typescript. 2p. ca. July 19, 1946.
21:876 Canton. Typescript. 1p. ca. November 1946.
21:877 The Word As Discovery. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1947-1948.
21:878 So. Typescript. 1p. February 1947.
21:879 Ring, Sing. Typescript. 1p. Fall 1945.
21:880 The earth is for the living... Typescript. 1p. 1946.
21:881 Unlike a Room. Typescript. 3p. February 8, 1947.
21:882 Queen of Martyrs save us... Typescript. 1p. ca. June 9, 1947.
21:883 Offer. Typescript. 1p. ca. January 1948 - November 1950.
21:884 The Epilogue. Typescript/Photocopy. 4p. ca. 1948.
21:885 The Prologue to The Rime of Cabeza de Vaca. Typescript. 2p. ca. January 9, 1948.
21:886 Gahndi dead. Gangster rule complete. Manuscript. 2p. ca. 1948.
21:887 El Granada, January, 1948. Manuscript. 1p. January 1948.
21:888 February 14, 1948. Typescript. 1p. February 14, 1948.
21:889 These States. Typescript. 1p. ca. June 8, 1948.
21:890 A Tao for H.G. Typescript. 1p. June 1948.
21:891 A Tao for R.R. Typescript. 1p. June 1948.
21:892 A Tao for R.K. Typescript. 1p. June 1948.
21:893 For R.K. Typescript. 1p. June 1948.
21:894 Taos. Photocopy. 3p. June 1948.
21:895 The Tao. Typescript. 1p. June 1948.
21:896 In Answer to a Request for Dirge Words... Typescript. 1p. ca. April 1, 1949.
21:897 The Sumer Fable. Typescript. 2p. May - October 1949.
21:898 The Huluppu Tree [The Sumer Fable]. Typescript. 2p. May - October 1949.
21:899 Ilias. Typescript. 1p. May 11, 1949.
21:900 Lover I: In my breat bones I am shy... Typescript. 1p. December 1949.
21:901 The Mundane Wheels and Arcane Shoes. Photocopy. 1p. ca. late 1940's.
21:902 The contradiction isn't me... Manuscript. 1p. ca. late 1940's.
21:903 And end to analysis. An end! Manuscript. 1p. ca. late 1940's.
21:904 What it is to look into a human eye... Typescript. 1p. 1949-1950.
21:905 A robin, berries and leaves... Typescript. 1p. Fragment. ca. 1950's.
21:906 Rhubarb flowering... Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1950's.
21:907 Genesis. Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1950's.
21:908 Let's you and me be Chinese... Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. ca. 1950.
21:909 My fate as exorciser... Typescript. 2p. ca. 1950.
21:910 Again, Spring. Typescript. 1p. Fragment. 1950.
21:911 Again, Spring. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1950.
21:912 Uh-Huh. Typescript. 1p.
21:913 Christ, sd D, Christ... Typescript. 1p. ca. January 19, 1950.
21:914 'Cento. Typescript. 3p. January 19, 1950.
21:915 Cento. Typescript. 2p. ca. January 19, 1950.
21:916 'Cento. Typescript. 1p. January 19, 1950.
21:917 God Sports and Plays. Typescript. 1p. January 20, 1950.
21:918 God Sports and Plays. Typescript. 4p. January 20, 1950.
21:919 f' you. Typescript. 2p. February 22, 1950.
21:920 Inst Session No. 11. Typescript. 4p. March 22, 1953.
21:921 Creeley, N.H. Typescript/Photocopy. 2p. 1950.
21:922 A Visitation. Typescript. 6p. March 13, 1950.
21:923 This be thisbe, pyramus... Typescript. 1p. Fragment. March 31, 1950.
21:924 A Song from a Masque to be called Delight. Typescript. 1p. May 30, 1950.
21:925 The necessity to be other than a citizen... Typescript. 1p. June 8, 1950.
21:926 The hell is, in this business... Typescript. 1p. ca. June 16, 1950.
21:927 Gli Amanti. Typescript. 3p. ca. June 22, 1950.
21:928 Gli Amanti. Manuscript. 1p. ca. June 22, 1950.
21:929 Gli Amanti. Carbon copy. 1p. ca. June 22, 1950.
21:930 Gli Amanti. Typescript. 1p. ca. June 22, 1950.
21:931 A Round and a Canon. Typescript/Photocopy. 2p. ca. July 31, 1951.
21:932 In Answer to a Request for Dirge Words... Typescript/Carbon copy. 4p. ca. June 24, 1950.
21:933 Go boy who sleeps... Typescript. 1p. August 1950.
21:934 I cannot let my language go free... Typescript. 1p. November 7, 1950.
21:935 A Glyph From the 1st Century. Typescript/Photocopy. 3p. ca. 1951.
21:936 In the octave, the octave of the birth of... Typescript. 1p. January 8, 1951.
21:937 Burned. Carbon copy. 7p. June 30, 1951.
21:938 Three Persons, by Persiflage. Typescript. 3p. September 17, 1952.
21:939 Words are wonders and their laws... Typescript/Photocopy. 2p. ca. 1951-1955.
22 1953-1960
22:940 To Be Thrown to the Wind Immediately After... Typescript. 2p. ca. 1953.
22:941 Her Version. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1953.
22:942 It Isn't True. Typescript. 2p. ca. 1953.
22:943 A Palinode (No. 22). Typescript. 4p. ca. May 1953.
22:944 Blackball. Typescript. 1p. May 1953.
22:945 For John Keats. Manuscript/Typescript. 5p. ca. July 1953.
22:946 The Knife. Typescript. 1p. July 12, 1953.
22:947 To a Man who is the Best Goddamn Painter in America... Typescript. 1p. ca. July 21, 1953.
22:948 Palms and Stars. Typescript. 1p. November 3-4, 1953.
22:949 Night's waters where he fears to dive... Typescript. 1p. ca. 1953.
22:950 Credo in Unam. Typescript. 9p. July 11, 1954.
22:951 Beginning at the Beginning. Typescript. 3p. ca. 1954.
22:952 One night, in a restaurant near you people... Manuscript. 1p. January 1954.
22:953 Blowing his horn. Typescript. 2p. May 31, 1954.
22:954 The Journey. Typescript. 2p. ca. 1955-1957.
22:955 On Duncan On The Pantokrator... Typescript. 12p. ca. August 20, 1955.
22:956 The World We Carve Our Lives Out of the Middle of. Manuscript. 1p. ca. January 15, 1957.
22:957 Backward it compells Gloucester... Manuscript. 1p. Written on "Delta Poetry Magazine, October 1957". ca. October 1957.
22:958 Figures on the Landscape. Typescript. 2p. ca. 1957-1959.
22:959 Release me from the bonds of love... Manuscript. 2p. ca. 1957-1962.
22:960 Sit in the water, on the Mediterranean green slime... Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1958-1963.
22:961 The Golden Flower. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. ca. 1958.
22:962 Firstness/Lastness. Manuscript. 1p. 1958.
22:963 The Snow 2. Typescript. 1p. ca. November 1958 - March 1963.
22:964 A Commonplace. Manuscript/Typescript. 4p. January 1958.
22:965 Do you see how deep the well is... Typescript. 1p. January 1958.
22:966 Etc. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1957-1958.
22:967 As cats who come in the night... Manuscript/Typescript. 9p. ca. Spring 1958 - Spring 1963.
22:968 Frederic Mistral... Manuscript. 1p. ca. April 7, 1958.
22:969 Chief of the Westerners. Photocopy. 1p. ca. 1959.
22:970 Too much wind outside... Photocopy. 1p. ca. 1959.
22:971 An Ocean Race. Photocopy. 1p. ca. 1959.
22:972 A new moon... Photocopy. 2p. From notebook "1959". 1959.
22:973 Art is an imitation of the cosmos, we are divided in purpose between God and Nature - a soliloquy out loud. Typescript. 2p. 1959.
22:974 Working Conclusion. Typescript. 3p. 1959.
22:975 One way to draw together the hole in the skein... Typescript. 1p. January 12, 1959.
22:976 January, 1959. Manuscript/Typescript. 4p. January 28, 1959.
22:977 While the dream of giving over to the Earth's greatness... Manuscript. 5p. Also see the following letters (separated from the manuscript): 1) dated April 8, 1959, from Richard P. Weinart, Civil War Branch, The National Archives, to CO; 2) dated April 10, 1959, from Herman R. Friis, Cheif Archivist, Cartographic Records Division, The National Archives, to CO; 3) dated May 13, 1959, from Victor Gondos, Jr., Archivist in Charge, Civil War Branch, The National Archives, to CO; and 4) dated May 27, 1959, from Victor Gondos to CO. April - May 1959.
22:978 Vs. Babson. Manuscript. 1p. ca. April 5, 1959.
22:979 Southmead (where Pearce was)... Photocopy. 1p. From notebook "II May 1959". ca. May 18, 1959.
22:980 Throw the pigeon up... Typescript/Photocopy. 2p. See notebook "1959/Feb 13th on." June 29, 1959.
22:981 Dogtown is the humid nature... Photocopy. 1p. November 16, 1959.
22:982 Looking over the ground... Photocopy. 1p. November 18, 1959.
22:983 Another Amuletic Song. Typescript/Photocopy. 3p. November 24-25, 1959.
22:984 The pasture is so rich... Photocopy. 1p. ca. November 28, 1959.
22:985 Ocean, or the Travels of Maximus. Photocopy. 1p. November 28, 1959.
22:986 An excursion to New Jersey... Photocopy. 1p. November 30, 1959.
22:987 A Pretty Serious Poem. Photocopy. 1p. December 1, 1959.
22:988 Alone in this kitchen... Photocopy. 1p. December 2, 1959.
22:989 Eurybia white sea... Photocopy. 1p. December 4, 1959.
22:990 The Sun hides Moon's Pieces in a hollow log... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. December 9, 1959.
22:991 Fragments of Heraclitus. Photocopy. 3p. November 19, 1959.
22:992 Ammonius says Existence is Solely God's Life... Typescript/Photocopy. 4p. December 9, 1959.
22:993 Poem ["ever-lurking night is Bull-shit..."]. Photocopy. 1p. December 10, 1959.
22:994 So as to make the earth part of a circuit. Photocopy. 2p. December 10, 1959.
22:995 Congruence. Photocopy. 2p. December 11, 1959.
22:996 For RC. Photocopy. 2p. December 13, 1959.
22:997 to the Head of the Tide... Manuscript. 1p. Written on letter dated December 5, 1959, from Michael Shayer to CO. December 13, 1959.
22:998 Jack's a cat's cradle... Typescript/Photocopy. 2p. December 14, 1959.
22:999 A Hymn to the Bowels. Typescript/Photocopy. 2p. December 17, 1959.
22:1000 The third one, who encircles, Amphitrite... Photocopy. 2p. December 21, 1959.
22:1001 I am Born. Typescript/Photocopy. 2p. December 21, 1959.
22:1002 Possibility that the one mystery proper is that one that anyone of us 'happens' at all?? Photocopy. 1p. December 23, 1959.
22:1003 Exe-gesis. Typescript. 1p.
22:1004 Of many a brave unbodied scheme... Photocopy. 1p. ca. 1960.
22:1005 My wild goose I'll play swan... Photocopy. 1p. ca. 1960.
22:1006 The 39 Propositions of Mexico. Photocopy. 1p. 1960.
22:1007 Wow, Hope, When Spring. Typescript/Photocopy. 3p. 1960.
22:1008 Sanchunyaton. Photocopy. 1p. 1960.
22:1009 In the Face of the Years to Place a Goat of Shell... Typescript/Photocopy. 2p. January 15, 1960.
22:1010 Sanchuniathon. Photocopy. 1p. January 24, 1960.
22:1011 Mistress Employment. Typescript. 2p. ca. February 9, 1960.
22:1012 Having Said to Ed Dorn that the Word as Thing... Photocopy. 1p. March 9, 1960.
22:1013 So that all is an Lord in the Stream... Photocopy. 1p. March 15, 1960.
22:1014 The Portion. Typescript. 2p. April 17 and May 24, 1960.
22:1015 Of Certain Flies. Manuscript. 1p. May 3, 1960.
22:1016 Over the hill and by the shiny water... Manuscript. 2p. May 3, 1960.
22:1017 Carried you the Handsome Harbor... Photocopy. 1p. ca. July 6, 1960.
22:1018 Be careful Kelly You are bright... Typescript. 1p. ca. October 1960.
22:1019 The name, on a ship tied up at Fulton Street slip... Typescript. 3p. Annotated. October 8, 1960.
23 1961-1962
23:1020 Conrad and B. Ellery. Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1961-1962.
23:1021 The Limenburg Poem. Manuscript. 8p. ca. 1961-1962.
23:1022 The Zouche Phoenix, for example... Typescript. 3p. ca. 1961.
23:1023 Thoughts on the Occasion of St. Valentine's Day... Typescript. 1p. February 18, 1961.
23:1024 The Science of Mythology. Typescript. 1p. February 28, 1961.
23:1025 The charm of perfect land... Manuscript. 1p. ca. March 15, 1961.
23:1026 My love poem for you on St. Joseph's Day. Manuscript. 1p. March 19, 1961.
23:1027 From the Cunt the Anodos... Fragments. 1p. May 7, 1961.
23:1028 I went to sea the first time... Manuscript. 1p. ca. May 1961.
23:1029 As powerful as the rose... Manuscript. 4p. May 19, 1961.
23:1030 June 30th, 1961. Manuscript. 3p. June 30, 1961.
23:1031 Scoptophilia: look on her, and weep... Typescript. 1p. ca. July 9, 1961.
23:1032 The whole genetic stream is a ribbon... Typescript. 1p. ca. July 9, 1961.
23:1033 Moon over Castine, Moon over Gloucester, 1961. Manuscript. 40p. ca. July 9, 1961.
23:1034 Holding a book up to the city... Typescript. 1p. ca. July 9, 1961.
23:1035 We live in a beast society... Manuscript. 1p. ca. September 10, 1961.
23:1036 Thou thoughtest to escape the gods' notice... Manuscript. 1p. ca. September 11, 1961.
23:1037 Saturn and Jupiter are my planets... Typescript. 2p. September 20, 1961.
23:1038 Naming. Manuscript. 1p. October 18, 1961.
23:1039 Similitude. Typescript. 1p. December 12, 1961.
23:1040 A New Calendar. Typescript. 1p. December 12, 1961.
23:1041 Fragment of Translation and Comment. Typescript. 2p. December 12, 1961.
23:1042 In Their Hour of Need. Typescript. 1p. December 12, 1961.
23:1043 Something Seen in the Air. Typescript. 1p. December 12, 1961.
23:1044 All That You Do Anyhow. Typescript. 1p. December 3, 1961.
23:1045 Dream hack into the days of yore... Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1961-1962.
23:1046 The Canal. Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1962-1963.
23:1047 Atlantic Judas-land... Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1962-1963.
23:1048 The one where 72nd day the Logos man... Manuscript. 1p. 1962-1963.
23:1049 As it happened: history... Manuscript. 13p.
23:1050 The ships came bearing salt from Sicily... Manuscript. 1p. 1962-1963.
23:1051 In the West the advantage, of the idea and society of millenia... Manuscript. 1p. 1962-1963.
23:1052 The Motorman... Manuscript. 1p. 1962-1963.
23:1053 The simply food and clothes... Photocopy. 2p. 1962-1963.
23:1054 Is what they were talking about, the whole covering of the Earth... Manuscript. 1p. 1962-1963.
23:1055 Ludovico Gonzaga Asitting in His Chair. Manuscript/Typescript. 10p.
23:1056 For two years he vacillated... Manuscript. 1p.
23:1057 Aphrodite's now women with eyes... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. ca. 1962-1963.
23:1058 3rd Letter on Georges. Manuscript/Photocopy. 5p. ca. January 1962.
23:1059 He hid in the women's quarters... Manuscript. 1p. ca. January 8, 1962.
23:1060 At Troezen. Typescript. 2p. January 8-10, 1962.
23:1061 Softly falling snow... Manuscript. 1p. ca. February 14, 1962.
23:1062 Persons are my events... Manuscript. 1p. ca. May 16, 1962.
23:1063 Thatles the Phoenician the water man... Manuscript. 1p. ca. May 16, 1962.
23:1064 June 11, 1962. Manuscript. 1p. June 11, 1962.
23:1065 A Man Named Riya, from Minneapolis... Manuscript. 1p. ca. June 12, 1962.
23:1066 Capt. Ralph Parker on the front... Manuscript. 1p. ca. August 31, 1962.
23:1067 Turned the whale to stone... Manuscript. 1p. ca. August 31, 1962.
23:1068 Beau Chapelle the sailing man's manual... Manuscript. 1p. ca. September 21, 1962.
23:1069 Siddhartha Buddha... Manuscript. 1p. ca. October - November 1962.
23:1070 The lady of Gloucester, our lady of Gloucester... Manuscript. 1p. ca. October - November 1962.
23:1071 Literally known... Manuscript. 1p. ca. October - November 1962.
23:1072 I gave her for her whole soul her fervent love... Manuscript. 2p. ca. October - November 1962.
23:1073 Adam of Bremer and I walked out... Manuscript. 4p. ca. October - November 1962.
23:1074 The light of the moon strike the moon down... Manuscript. 1p. ca. November 2, 1962.
23:1075 The desire she arms she can satisfy... Manuscript. 2p.
23:1076 Heat. Manuscript. 1p. ca. October 27, 1962.
23:1077 I've got my pieces of it, Aricia... Manuscript. 1p. Written on letter, dated November 9, 1962, from Cid Corman to Charles Olson. ca. November 9, 1962.
23:1078 I cried in the City... Manuscript. 1p. ca. November 9, 1962.
23:1079 "Fluid" the fluid... Manuscript. 1p. ca. November 15, 1962.
23:1080 Woods, gardens in the woods, roads John Parsons... Photocopy. 1p. ca. November 19, 1962.
23:1081 Atlantid in frost... Photocopy. 5p. ca. November 19, 1962.
23:1082 I had been a sacrament of December... Typescript. 1p. December 1962.
23:1083 Brang his life after the poem... Manuscript. 2p. December 6, 1962.
24 1963-1964
24:1084 A rope of sand Eternity is... Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1963-1964.
24:1085 The same statement by different speakers... Manuscript. 1p. Fall 1963 - Fall 1964.
24:1086 The moon was a perfect... Typescript. 1p. ca. 1963-1964.
24:1087 There should be no oh man... Manuscript. 2p. ca. 1963-1964.
24:1088 Snow, and star, and light, and sun... Manuscript. 2p. ca. 1963-1965.
24:1089 Yrs over the curve by the ball-field... Manuscript. 17p. ca. January 1963.
24:1090 I John Watts sailor nauta... Manuscript. 1p. January 1963.
24:1091 No motion in sense... Manuscript. 1p. ca. January 15, 1963.
24:1092 Here are arguments if one knows something... Manuscript. 1p. ca. January 15, 1963.
24:1093 The Alembic (for Bel). Manuscript. 5p. ca. January 17-19, 1963.
24:1094 January 22, 1963. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 11p. January 22, 1963.
24:1095 The best soft ice-cream... Manuscript. 2p. January 31, 1963.
24:1096 The 'Scar' of the Flower. Manuscript. 12p. ca. February 1963.
24:1097 My God - Vitubo? Photocopy. 8p. ca. February - May 1963.
24:1098 The oldest sound on the earth... Manuscript. 1p. February 5, 1963.
24:1099 Ramp: to eat God's food... Typescript. 1p. ca. Spring 1963 - September 4, 1964.
24:1100 I would persuade you. Manuscript. 9p. ca. March 1963.
24:1101 The Three Warriors from the Resurrection. Manuscript. 1p. ca. March 26, 1963.
24:1102 Venus is not Love Venus is the Form of Love... Manuscript. 1p. ca. April 1963.
24:1103 Teucrian gold in Washington... Manuscript. 2p. ca. April 9, 1963.
24:1104 Venus (Heaven's Athena...) Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. ca. April 23, 1963.
24:1105 each One Attends To What He Does... Manuscript. 8p. April 24, 1963.
24:1106 A Sonnet for Michaelangelo. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. ca. April 27, 1963.
24:1107 Rose red the anaclitic palm... Manuscript. 3p. ca. May 20, 1963.
24:1108 Home - 1st part "party"... Manuscript. 13p. ca. June 1963.
24:1109 Between Kent Circle and the tennis court... Manuscript. 2p. ca. July 1963.
24:1110 Earth and sea and Heaven is 9 times around... Typescript. 6p. July 14, 1963.
24:1111 Perceiving she didn't like her twat... Manuscript/Typescript. 6p. ca. Fall 1963 - 1964.
24:1112 Right along the floor... Typescript. 3p. ca. Fall 1963 - 1964.
24:1113 On her head she had a red wool hat... Manuscript/Typescript. 13p. ca. October - November 1963.
24:1114 A tree of time and space... Manuscript. 16p. October 27, 1963.
24:1115 Kitchen Table Poem. Manuscript. 1p. ca. November 8, 1963.
24:1116 Planted the fruit 2" into the ground... Manuscript/Photocopy. 5p. Fragile. ca. December 1963 - February 1964.
24:1117 He makes sounds... Manuscript. 1p. December 1963 - March 1964.
24:1118 Even to the little (Smallmans pricks - the nice). Manuscript/Typescript. 1p. 1964.
24:1119 The BIO-MORPHIC MUST GO tale quale ipsum est The Apple-Branch (who was my wife. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1964.
24:1120 Colors and lyrics carry the City to you... Manuscript. 1p. Fragment. ca. 1964.
24:1121 Cruel, and wicked, and unfair the turn of the year... Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1964-1968.
24:1122 Gulls in the wind on a grey day... Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1964-1968.
24:1123 In the precinct of Gloucester I buried her, the wedding of Venice with the sea, squashy islands my olive Tuscan girl... Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1964-1968.
24:1124 The pounding of her belly the depth (of the sea... Typescript. 1p. ca. 1964.
24:1125 Monday: Thursday: Where Nandanandi ever played with the Gopi women... Typescript. 1p. ca. 1964-1966.
24:1126 My dear Jenny - the intrusion of the metrical form... Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1964.
24:1127 The future Lord of Donegal... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. January 1, 1964.
24:1128 Umbo (Boss, or Shield). Manuscript. 2p. ca. 1964.
24:1129 Nobody is like God, not even Jesus Christ... Photocopy. 1p. ca. 1964.
24:1130 If that damned woman was betraying me with some salesman - a man's honor Frances called it... Manuscript/Typescript. 1p. ca. 1964.
24:1131 The Real, and Reason. Or, Formaliter. Typescript. 1p. 1964.
24:1132 I honestly think the damned ideology is killing you... Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1964.
24:1133 The River Columbus thought... Manuscript. 1p. 1964.
24:1134 Where the Sun has fallen... Manuscript. 1p. 1964.
24:1135 The future Lord of Donegal... Manuscript/Photocopy. 4p. January 1, 1964.
24:1136 An uninterrupted line of extension or continuity. Manuscript. 1p. ca. January - February 1964.
24:1137 Vivian. Manuscript. 1p. ca. January 4, 1964.
24:1138 They stood them... Manuscript. 1p. ca. January 21, 1964.
24:1139 To be Read in the Pace and Fall as Well as the Accents... Typescript. 1p. January 25, 1964.
24:1140 John Neptune the Indian Shaman... Typescript. 1p. ca. January 25, 1964.
24:1141 Or back into Little River... Manuscript. 1p. ca. February 1964.
24:1142 Norse battle-axe... Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 4p. February 12, 1964.
24:1143 Dear wife, I beg your forgiveness... Manuscript. 1p. April 10, 1964.
24:1144 To place Bigmans cock... Manuscript/Typescript. 1p. May 1964.
24:1145 Hell is the psychic complex... Manuscript. 1p. ca. May 6, 1964.
24:1146 The Advantage is All or Love's Side and for Anyone Always. Manuscript. 1p. May 15 and October 19, 1964.
24:1147 Manuscript. Written on "Ace of Pentacles" by John Wieners, New York: Carr and Wilson, 1964. May 15 and October 9, 1964.
24:1148 Time! slow 'advance': condition 'changed'... Manuscript. 17p. June 1, 1964.
24:1149 Make Them Naked Instead. Typescript. 1p. June 6, 1964.
24:1150 Tartaros in Earth before Love... Manuscript. 5p. June 8, 1964.
24:1151 Oh God who makes us partial... Manuscript. 1p. ca. June 10, 1964.
24:1152 Runs with water... Manuscript. 1p. August 1964.
24:1153 I love man and I love woman... Typescript. 1p. August 11, 1964.
24:1154 Addition, on the Trees of the Fort, August 1964. Manuscript. 1p. August 21, 1964.
24:1155 Complete the cannibalism... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. August 21, 1964.
24:1156 The five years... Typescript. 1p. August 24, 1964.
24:1157 Little Me and his son... Manuscript. 2p. ca. September 1964.
24:1158 Barbara Whirlwind... Typescript/Photocopy. 3p. September - October 1964.
24:1159 Far-shining Telephassa... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. September 3, 1964.
24:1160 Roger Babbleson, of Gloucester... Manuscript. 1p. September 19, 1964.
24:1161 Like, Not Get Layed... Typescript. 1p. September 19, 1964.
24:1162 Imbued with the light of heaven... Manuscript. 1p. September 21-22, 1964.
24:1163 Smallmans now dwelling house... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. September 24 - October 3, 1964.
24:1164 All I care to do... Typescript. 1p. October 1, 1964.
24:1165 You better believe in your self... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. October 3, 1964.
24:1166 A city belongs to the biggest businesses... Manuscript. 1p. ca. October 6, 1964.
24:1167 She did not know Evil... Typescript. 1p. October 6, 1964.
24:1168 Going to Bed at Night... Typescript. 1p. October 9, 1964.
24:1169 I went full tilt... Typescript. 1p. October 9, 1964.
24:1170 Her skin covered me... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. October 9, 1964.
24:1171 Follow Bet into the colors of her dress... Typescript. 1p. October 9, 1964.
24:1172 Kingston the smell of her... Typescript. 1p. ca. October 13, 1964.
24:1173 A Maximus: Kingson, Kingston... Manuscript. 2p. October 14, 1964.
24:1174 Kingson, Kingston. Manuscript. 1p. October 14, 1964.
24:1175 The wall the ass-hole - and the Seamless Tower... Manuscript. 1p. October 18, 1964.
24:1176 Mother... Photocopy. 4p. October 18, 1964.
25 1965-1969
25:1177 He took his job... Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1965-1968.
25:1178 The Wimple. Typescript. 1p. April 1, 1965.
25:1179 My Goddess. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. April 16, 1965.
25:1180 Lovers. Typescript/Photocopy. 3p. May 29, 1965.
25:1181 The whole of Italy shall slip... Manuscript. 2p. ca. July 1965.
25:1182 Dancing Ganesha... Manuscript. 1p. ca. July 1965.
25:1183 Bull's eye out my window... Manuscript. 1p. July 1965.
25:1184 I'm serious now in wonder and in awe... Manuscript. 22p. Written on "Synapse 4, San Francisco '65." July 26-28, 1965.
25:1185 Huge adulterous City, blood red Earth... Manuscript. 4p. August 13, 1965.
25:1186 You can't live according to those things... Manuscript. 1p. August 17, 1965.
25:1187 The Beloved - to be alive at all follow into the colors of her dress up... Manuscript. 4p. October 6, 1965.
25:1188 "Like a picture" the error of all promoted feeling... Manuscript. 9p. October 25, 1965.
25:1189 Magnificante. Typescript. 4p. November 26, 1965.
25:1190 The provocation of the sight of many things... Typescript. 3p. December 1, 1965.
25:1191 Come in the evening to fix my father's uniform... Manuscript. 3p. 1966.
25:1192 Otherwise one contributes to the contest instead of any change... Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. ca. 1966-1968.
25:1193 Traditionary knowledge and experience versus... Manuscript. 3p. ca. 1966-1968.
25:1194 Heaven. And Earth. Or Earth. And Heaven, no room... Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1966-1968.
25:1195 The dogs, in the early morn, are family... Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1966-1968.
25:1196 Mending my life, binding it into one life... Manuscript. 3p. ca. 1966-1968.
25:1197 Silver Sloon, and folder Brother Apollo... Manuscript. 3p. ca. 1966-1968.
25:1198 And there they were, inscribing a stone in runes... Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1966-1968.
25:1199 Doesn't tell doesn't hide marks by a sign... Manuscript. 2p. ca. 1966-1968.
25:1200 Blow hard and show off... Manuscript. 4p. ca. 1966-1968.
25:1201 Her genitals had catched by her left leg... Manuscript. 3p. ca. 1966-1968.
25:1202 To be able to see the product of the children... Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1966.
25:1203 An Address to the Nation and to Men. Manuscript. 5p. ca. 1966.
25:1204 Having or showing Hera? Manuscript. 5p. January 2, 1966.
25:1205 Monet my bonnet (to whom I tie my mains'). Manuscript. 1p. January 18, 1966.
25:1206 Monet my mains' to whom I tie my bonnet. Manuscript. 1p. January 18, 1966.
25:1207 Father, painter... Manuscript. 1p. January 21, 1966.
25:1208 I had to try to win my soul. Manuscript. 1p. February 9, 1966.
25:1209 The Garden, Al Chimiya. Manuscript. 1p. February 14, 1966.
25:1210 Blue now, all blue... Manuscript. 1p. February 16, 1966.
25:1211 She lay with Pluto in the grain... Manuscript. 1p. ca. March 26, 1966.
25:1212 As youth and woman and myself the Judges will strip me... Manuscript. 8p. March 26, 1966.
25:1213 In the Early Morning, April Fool's Day 1966 - full tide too. Manuscript. 4p. April 1, 1966.
25:1214 If it hadn't been for the [legworn Dancer?]... Manuscript. 1p. ca. April 27, 1966.
25:1215 For things are perfected by their like and therefore the operator must himself participate in the work... Manuscript/Typescript. 4p. ca. May - October 1966.
25:1216 1604, they will obey God, meaning we and 1629 Charles simply stopped them... Manuscript. 1p. May 30, 1966.
25:1217 The far edge, of the continent... Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. ca. June 1966.
25:1218 On three sides ocean and, cutting its land connection... Manuscript. 8p. June 8, 1966.
25:1219 'Ode'. Manuscript. 1p. Written on verso of "Symptom," April 1966. June 13, 1966.
25:1220 Procreation and Creation. Typescript. 1p. June 16, 1966.
25:1221 For it was nearer this withdrawal than the boy had reached... Manuscript. 1p. June 17-18, 1966.
25:1222 The seas air brought on the evening's own... Photocopy. 1p. Original in notebook "Record". July 15, 1966.
25:1223 The farther try me to get his day 11er - when I am about to marry? Manuscript. 1p. July 19, 1966.
25:1224 There was a big fog on the mountain... Photocopy. 1p. Original in notebook "Record". August 8, 1966.
25:1225 And across the pelvis runs of perforated animal teeth... Manuscript. Written on booklet "From Salisbury Plain to South Siberia," by Stuart Piggott. ca. August 17, 1966.
25:1226 474 - Eternal Youth as ideal. Manuscript. 2p. ca. 1967-1968.
25:1227 My Heart and Soul for Heaven. Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1967.
25:1228 Leave off the weeping and lamentation... Manuscript. 1p. February 4, 1967.
25:1229 The garishness, of the New Gloucester... Manuscript. 3p. October 5, 1967.
25:1230 Conceived of Easter and home at Christmas... Manuscript. 1p. February 1968.
25:1231 So much amount. Manuscript. 1p. June 29, 1968.
25:1232 The world, which is the same for all, is an ever-living fire... Manuscript. 2p. ca. July 24, 1968.
25:1233 It was a fantastic hill... Photocopy. 3p. ca. August 20, 1968.
25:1234 From a conversation. Manuscript. 1p. January 1, 1969.
25:1235 My merganser whose lovely neck... Manuscript. 1p. January 27, 1969.
25:1236 How long all this 'existence' here... Manuscript. 2p. February 13, 1969.
25:1237 The Unceasing Anima Changes of Form. Photocopy. 2p. ca. June 1, 1969.
25:1238 As the City sleeps the Fort is awake... Manuscript. 1p. June 27, 1969.
25:1239 I can even walk along Cressy beach's edge... Manuscript. 1p. June 27, 1969.
26 undated
26:1240-26:1347 Unidentified fragments. Undated.
27 undated
27:1348-27:1465 Unidentified fragments. Undated.
28
28:1466-28:1479 Oversize 1949-1969.
F. Essays
A-C
29:1480 The Act of Image. Prose No. 254. Typescript. 3p. 1953.
29:1481 Active Vision of the World. Prose No. 150. Typescript. 2p. April 1965.
29:1482 Added precisions on the "new" sciences. Prose No. 241. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. ca. 1953.
29:1483 An additional note on Poetry/History as the possibility of a Long Poem. Prose No. 284. Typescript. 1p. 1961.
29:1484 The advantages of literacy is that words can be on the page. Prose No. 297. Typescript. 1p. December 9 1963.
29:1485 Again Eastward [essay on Melville]. Prose No. 176. Typescript/Photocopy. 3p. ca. 1939-1940.
29:1486 "Again, the Tyrrhenian, Pythagoras!" Prose No. 218. Typescript. 4p. 1949.
29:1487 "Again the sense the forms we have are conventions..." Prose No. 215. Typescript. 3p. ca. 1949.
29:1488 Al Gorman. Prose No. 165. Typescript. 4p. ca. 1930.
29:1489 The Animate versus the Mechanical, and Thought. Prose No. 314. Typescript. 4p. February 15 1969.
29:1490 The Area, and the Discipline of, Totality. Prose No. 243. Typescript/Photocopy. 38p. ca. 1953.
29:1491 Article, without title, for Proof. Prose No. 117. Typescript. 13p. undated
29:1492 As Aimed as His Poem Is. Prose No. 103. Typescript. 11p. 1956.
29:1493 The Attack, Now, in Painting and Writing. Prose No. 53. Typescript/Photocopy of typescript. 14p. 1952.
29:1494 Autobiographical note. Prose No. 302. Manuscript. 2p. August 12, 1964.
29:1495 The backward of my creation. Prose No. 182. Manuscript. 3p. August 1940.
29:1496 The Beginning of 3rd Inst. Prose No. 257. Manuscript/Typescript. 27p. February 1953.
29:1497 The Bezel. Prose No. 124. Typescript. 4p. January 1962.
29:1498 A bibliography on America for Ed Dorn. Prose No. 274. Typescript. 16p. CO's TS removed from Robert Duncan's January 9, 1963 letter. January 1955.
29:1499 [A biographical statement for "Twentieth Century Authors." Prose No. 233. Typescript/Carbon copy. 5p. November 1952.
29:1500 The Bird, Himself. Prose No. 268. Typescript. 8p. July 1954.
29:1501 The body is a house. Prose No. 83. Typescript. 5p. 1955.
29:1502 The Born Dancer. Prose No. 4. Carbon copy. 4p. 1951.
29:1503 The Break-Up. Prose No. 57. Typescript. 9p. ca. 1953-1955.
29:1504 Bridge-Work. Prose No. 290. Manuscript. 2p. March 14, 1961.
29:1505 [Brooks Adams notes.] Prose No. 305. Manuscript/Typescript. 11p. and notated pamphlet "Harvard Reading List in American History, September 1938," 6p. 1965.
29:1506 Cabeza de Vaca. Prose No. 17. Typescript. 6p. January 21, 1947.
29:1507 Cagli + I on Love. Prose No. 183. Manuscript. 13p. 1940.
29:1508 Call me Ishmael. Prose No. 185. Typescript. 3p. ca. 1945.
29:1509 Carefulness (of the flow of time). Prose 160. Typescript. 9p. September 1, 1968.
29:1510 The cave. Prose No. 255. Typescript. 26p. 1953.
29:1511 The Celts and Plato. Prose No. 70. Typescript. 5p. November 1953.
29:1512 The characters are all fiction... Prose No. 265. Typescript. 1p. 1954.
29:1513 Christ as the act of his own life... Prose No. 111. Typescript. 6p. November 1958.
29:1513a Civil War. Prose No. 276. Manuscript. 3p. August 23, 1955.
29:1514 Civilization and the soul. Prose No. 113. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 9p. Also see Notebook "Gloucester - Spring 1959." 1958.
29:1515 The concept of danger as voiced by Max Lemmer. Prose No. 174. Manuscript. 1p. March 15, 1939.
29:1516 The Corpse Cold Catholicism of America. Prose No. 301. Typescript. 1p. July 1964.
29:1517 The Creation of Massachusetts: An Outline of An Essay in History. Prose No. 107. Typescript. 2p. December 26, 1957.
29:1518 Creatively we are neolithic... Prose No. 204. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1948.
29:1519 Credo. Prose No. 30. Typescript. 3p. ca. May - December 1949.
29:1520 The Crisis of the Third Foot. Prose No. 79. Typescript. 5p. Also see CO to Layton, August 1, 1954. July 31, 1954.
29:1521 Cro-Magnon Notes. Prose No. 65. Typescript. 11p. 1953.
29:1522 Culture and Revolution. Prose No. 45. Typescript. 12p. ca. 1952.
29:1523 Culture - A Stab at its Present Shape... Prose No. 49. Typescript. 4p. February 20, 1952.
29:1524 CUPS, or Dance; and WOMAN, or Sculpture. Prose No. 259. Typescript. 15p. February 22, 1953.
29:1525 Cy Twombly. Prose No. 51. Photocopy/Carbon copy. 32p. Also see CO to Robert Creeley, January 31, 1952. 1952.
D-G
30:1526 D.H. Lawrence and the high temptation of the mind. Prose No. 32. Typescript. 4p. January 21-22, 1950.
30:1527 David young, David old. Prose No. 212. Typescript/Carbon copy. 36p. November 1948.
30:1528 Definitions by undoing. Prose No. 97. Typescript. 7p. 1956-1957.
30:1529 Demeter (essay). Prose No. 104. Typescript. 5p. 1956.
30:1530 Demeter (essay) another version. Prose No. 278. Typescript. 3p. 1956.
30:1531 Depriapo or notes for an historian of a suppressed religion. Prose No. 197. Typescript. 10p. April 1947.
30:1532 Disney ought to be the Aesop of our time. Prose No. 180. Typescript. 2p. ca. 1940.
30:1533 Distinction Malinowski has used. Prose No. 227. Carbon copy. 1p. June 1951.
30:1534 Dogmatic curriculum, non-optional. Prose No. 127. Photocopy. 1p. October 1962.
30:1535 Dostoevsky and the possessed. Prose No. 181. Typescript. 3p. March 1940.
30:1536 The double axis. Prose No. 59. Typescript. 2p. ca. 1953.
30:1537 A draft of a plan for the college. Prose No. 105. Typescript. 12p. September 1, 1956.
30:1538 Drama, theatre and cinema today. Prose No. 173. Manuscript. 1p. 1938-1939.
30:1539 The drawings of Cagli (essay). Prose No. 21. Manuscript/Typescript. 10p. 1948.
30:1540 The dryness, of "The Tempest." Prose No. 24. Carbon copy. 14p. 1948-1949.
30:1541 Ed Sanders' language. Prose No. 304. Manuscript. 1p. 1964.
30:1542 Edward Dahlberg's essay on Moby Dick review. Prose No. 121. Typescript. 4p. 1960.
30:1543 The end of interest in carbon molecules. Prose No. 123. Typescript. 1p. December 1961.
30:1544 Eric Havelock's Preface to Plato. Prose No. 300. Manuscript. 11p. February 12, 1964.
30:1545 The Escaped Cock. Prose No. 224. Typescript/Photocopy/Carbon copy. 11p. October 1950.
30:1556 Essay on Melville. Typescript. 1948.
30:1557 Essay on the matter of. Prose No. 161. Photocopy. 14p. September 1968.
30:1558 Experience itself and measurement. Prose No. 311. Manuscript. 10p. 1966.
30:1559 The fabulatory inherence. Prose No. 147. Typescript. 2p. 1964.
30:1560 Fate will control meaningless chance sort person love. Prose No. 149. Manuscript. 1 Notebook. March 1965.
30:1561 A first draft of a reading list in the new sciences of man. Prose No. 273. Typescript. 3p. May 6, 1955.
30:1562 First facts (notes). Prose No. 191. Typescript. 4p. ca. 1947.
30:1563 The fish weir. Prose No. 1. Carbon copy. 6p. 1931.
30:1564 Fluff. Prose No. 9. Manuscript. 3p. ca. November 1961.
30:1565 "Form, no more than means, is caused..." Prose No. 81. Typescript. 12p. 1954.
30:1566 Further part. Prose No. 154. Manuscript/Photocopy. 6p. November 1965.
30:1567 Gabriel on American national symbols. Prose No. 175. Typescript. 1p. April 1939.
30:1568 Genuine missing pieces in the "thought" of the west. Prose No. 110. Typescript. 2p. November 1958.
30:1569 Geocentric and circumferential. Prose No. 128. Transcript. 2p. ca. 1963.
30:1570 Giovanni diPaolo (1403-1483). Prose No. 205. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1948.
30:1571 "Go out. The world is larger than any of its places..." Prose No. 88. Typescript. 2p. ca. 1955-1958.
30:1572 Grammar a book. Prose No. 289. Manuscript/Typescript. 5p. March 11, 1961.
30:1573 Grandpa, goodbye. Prose No. 211. Typescript/Carbon copy. 37p. March 1948? or possibly January 1950 [see Olson's letter to F. Boldereff, 30 January 1950.]
30:1574 The great origins of European thought (note). Prose No. 310. Manuscript/Photocopy. 24p. 1966.
H-K
31:1575 He peopled his world with their giant characters. Prose No. 177. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1939-1940.
31:1576 He slept. Prose No. 200. Carbon copy. 24p. ca. 1948.
31:1577 He was a player [Shakespeare introduction]. Prose No. 69. Manuscript/Typescript. 5p. November 1954.
31:1578 Herman Melville and the Civil War. Prose No. 184. Typescript. 3p. ca. 1940.
31:1579 The Hinges of civilization to be put back on the door. Prose No. 292. Manuscript. 2p. December 7, 1961.
31:1580 History and selfconsciousness have won. Prose No. 157. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. November 4, 1967.
31:1581 History tutorial. Prose No. 100. Photocopy. 3p. ca. 1956.
31:1582 "History" essay. Prose No. 48. Typescript/Photocopy. 23p. Two letters separated to correspondence: 1) Letter dated February 14, 1952 from CO to John Chamberlain and 2) Letter, dated March 5, 1952, from John Chamberlain to CO. Photocopies of letters in folder. February 15, 1952.
31:1583 Homer and Bible. Prose No. 279. Manuscript/Typescript. 19p. ca. 1957.
31:1584 A house built by Capt. John Sores, 1763. Prose No. 295. Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. April 1962.
31:1585 How to work everyday. Prose No. 43. Typescript. 1p. July 14, ca. 1952-1956.
31:1586 Human universe--II. Prose No. 119. Typescript. 1p. 196-?
31:1587 Human universe. Prose No. 232. Typescript. Written on "Origin IV: A Quarterly for the Creative, featuring New Foreign Poetry, Winter '51-'52." 1952.
31:1588 Human universe: draft of an essay. Prose No. 229. Typescript/Carbon copy. 4p. 1951.
31:1589 I am engaged in rather a different work entirely... Prose No. 306. Typescript. 2p. 1965.
31:1590 I am not the first poet who happily find material... Prose No. 152. Manuscript. 14p. October 11, 1965.
31:1591 I had been a psilanthropist... Prose No. 277. Typescript. 2p. ca. 1956.
31:1592 I write to name Cabeza De Vaca... Prose No. 189. Typescript. 3p. ca. 1946.
31:1593 Ideas for series of lectures at Richman's Institute of Contemporary Art. Prose No. 23. Typescript. 2p. ca. 1948.
31:1594 Imago. Prose No. 196. Typescript. 2p. 1947.
31:1595 Immediate and preliminary statement for whatever use. Prose No. 162. Manuscript/Typescript. 8p. December 27, 1968.
31:1596 In Adullam's lair. Prose No. 178. Typescript. 21p. Fragile. 1939.
31:1597 Innocence and knowledge. Prose No. 95. Typescript. 2 versions. 3p. October 1955.
31:1598 Introduction to the Sutter-Marshall lease with the Yalesumney Indians for monopoly of the gold-bearing lands. Prose No. 210. Typescript/Drawing. 2p. January 5, 1948.
31:1599 It is impossible to concern oneself... Prose No. 58. Typescript. 1p. Fragile. ca. 1953.
31:1600 It's hard work... Prose No. 156. Manuscript. 2p. April 30, 1966.
31:1601 The job is the old one... Prose No. 190. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1946.
31:1602 Joyce, Pound, and W.B. Yeats. Prose No. 12. Typescript/Carbon copy. 6p. ca. 1940-1947.
31:1603 Judson Crews' The Anatomy of Proserpine. Prose No. 91. Manuscript/Typescript. 3p. February 1955.
31:1604 Katherine Litz dance concert: a review. Prose No. 236. Carbon copy. 7p. August 1952.
L-M
32:1605 Language, and mythology. Prose No. 261. Typescript. 6p. March 4, 1953.
32:1606 Language and theater. Prose No. 269. Typescript. 7p. 1954.
32:1607 Language and theatre. Prose No. 272. Typescript. 9p. 1954.
32:1608 Language is a thumb. Prose No. 109. Photocopy of notebook. ca. April 7, 1958.
32:1609 The Law. Prose No. 39. Typescript. 5p. October 1951.
32:1610 A Letter of petition to the Viking fund. Prose No. 38. Typescript. 23p. June 1951.
32:1611 The limit of Melville... Prose No. 108. Typescript. 2p. ca. 1958-1959.
32:1612 Literary criticism in Emerson (term paper). Prose No. 169. Typescript. 43p. Fragile. June 1932.
32:1613 Logography. Prose No. 286. Manuscript/Typescript. 1p. ca. October 31, 1959.
32:1614 Love is the life of the beloved. Prose No. 84. Typescript. 1p. 1955.
32:1615 Man as townsman... Prose No. 86. Typescript. 2p. 1955.
32:1616 A man's life is a continual allegory. Prose No. 136. Typescript. 4p. December 26-27, 1963.
32:1617 Man, by nature, is man. Prose No. 85. Typescript. 1p. 1955.
32:1618 Mason. Prose No. 166. Manuscript. 4p. ca. 1930.
32:1619 The materials and weights of Herman Melville. Prose No. 235. Typescript/Carbon copy. 30p. March-August 1952.
32:1620 Mayan Letters bibliography. Prose No. 251. Typescript. 4p. October 1953.
32:1621 Melville and Homer: notes vis-a-vis V. Berard. Prose No. 29. Typescript. 5p. Letter separated into correspondence, dated March 25, 1949, from Merton Sealts to CO. March 28, 1949.
32:1622 Melville book manuscript. Prose No. 179. Typescript. 2p. 1939-1940.
32:1623 Melville's reading. Prose No. 171. Manuscript. 4p. 1934.
32:1624 Me-mo to Stefan and John. Prose No. 237. Carbon copy. 2p. 1952.
32:1625 The Methodology is the Form. Prose No. 46. Typescript. 7p. 1952.
32:1626 Methodology note for Mary Fitton. Prose No. 242. Manuscript. 3p. ca. 1951-1953.
32:1627 More notes toward the proposition: Man is prospective. Prose No. 22. Typescript. 3p. ca. 1948.
32:1628 The morphology -- the structure. Prose No. 101. Manuscript/Typescript. 8p. ca. 1956.
32:1629 The mother acquires the definite sacrificial sublimity of a heroine. Prose No. 172. Typescript. 2p. ca. 1936-1939.
32:1630 Mouths Biting Empty Air. Prose No. 15. Typescript. 2p. October 27, 1946.
32:1631 Mr. Dantini and His Twelve Year Old. Prose No. 188. Typescript. 3p. ca. 1946.
32:1632 Mr. Meyer. Prose No. 208. Typescript. 13p. 1948.
32:1633 My faith is, It is possible to know what your are doing... Prose No. 55. Manuscript. 4p. November 5, 1952.
32:1634 My Favorite Forgotten Book. Prose No. 13. Typescript/Carbon copy. 8p. May 12, 1946.
32:1635 My poor nerves are so exacerbated. Prose No. 148. Typescript. 1p. ca. 1965-1968.
32:1636 The Mystery of What Happens When It Happens. Prose No. 201. Manuscript/Carbon copy. 8p. ca. 1948.
32:1637 The Mystery of What Happens When It Happens. Prose No. 202. Typescript. 6p. ca. 1948-1949.
32:1638 The Mystery of What Happens When It Happens. Prose No. 28. Typescript. 21p. December 1948-January 1950.
32:1639 "Myth and logos..." Prose No. 44. Photocopy of typescript. 6p. ca. 1952-1956.
32:1640 Mythography and Geometry. Prose No. 214. Manuscript. 1p. ca. 1949.
N-O
33:1641 Nakedness, or the nude outside art. Prose No. 118. Photocopy. 1p. ca. June 14, 1959.
33:1642 Names; and place. Prose No. 142. Manuscript. 1 notepad. January 27, 1964.
33:1643 The narrow and the wide. Prose No. 249. Typescript. 1p. 1953.
33:1644 Natchez Trace: Seven Plays. Prose No. 6. Manuscript/Typescript. 8p. ca. 1954.
33:1645 The Necessary Propositions. Prose No. 238. Typescript. 5p. ca. May 1952.
33:1646 The New Empire. Prose No. 270. Typescript. 4p. 1954.
33:1647 New sciences of man. Prose No. 248. Typescript. 2p. 1953.
33:1648 The New Sciences of Man, Session No. 8. Prose No. 260. Typescript/Photocopy. 15p. February 1953.
33:1649 The New Sciences of Man, Session No. 10. Prose No. 262. Typescript. 6p. March 1953.
33:1650 The New Sciences of Man, The cave's recesses... Prose No. 263. Manuscript. 8p. March 1953.
33:1651 New sense from a flood of suddenly increased young persons... Prose No. 155. Photocopy of manuscript. 6p. December 12, 1965.
33:1652 A New Short Ars Poetica, a litle boke. Prose No. 89. Typescript. 3p. ca. 1955-1956.
33:1653 The Nineteenth of April. Prose No. 7. Typescript. 4p. ca. 1960-1962.
33:1654 No slow and flow the way in each instant. Prose No. 312. Manuscript/Typescript. 4p. November 7, 1967.
33:1655 Not Down. Prose No. 140. Typescript. 1p. January 4, 1964.
33:1656 A Note for Anyone Able to. Prose No. 298. Manuscript. 1p. ca. January - February 1964.
33:1657 Note on Havelock's Preface to Plato. Prose No. 129. Typescript. 2p. 1963.
33:1658 Note on type-face. Prose No. 33. Typescript. 1p. 4p. of photocopies from "Dance of India" attached. ca. 1950.
33:1659 Notes for a book on the West. Prose No. 194. Typescript. 1p. November 20, 1946.
33:1660 Notes for a lecture on Corrado Cagli and the 4th Dimension. Prose No. 31. Typescript. 5p. ca. December 15, 1949.
33:1661 Notes for a response to "A Letter From Italy." Prose No. 203. Manuscript/Typescript/Carbon copy. 15p. ca. 1948.
33:1662 Notes for the Proposition: Man is Prospective. Prose No. 25. Manuscript/Typescript/Photocopy. 27p. ca. 1948.
33:1663 Notes from reading Frobenius and Fox. Prose No. 309. Manuscript. 2p. December 12, 1965.
33:1664 Notes made April 4th. Prose No. 145. Typescript. 3p. ca. 1964-1965.
33:1665 Notes on the Source of the Imagination. Prose No. 94. Manuscript/Typescript. 4p. August 21, 1955.
33:1666 "Nudae Quantitates": A Character to Verse Itself. Prose No. 283. Typescript. 5p. December 1956.
33:1667 Of Charles Olson. Prose No. 240. Carbon copy. 2p. November 4, 1952.
33:1668 On receiving a book of poems. Prose No. 66. Typescript. 2p. March 24, 1953.
33:1669 Once you know your own name... Prose No. 307. Manuscript. 9p. 1965.
33:1670 Only a true crusade... Prose No. 153. Photocopy of manuscript. 4p. November 20, 1965.
33:1671 An Original New and Audaciously Aboriginal, Erratic Operatic, Historico-plagiaristic, Pre-patriotic Extravaganza... Prose No. 167. Typescript. 43p. ca. 1930.
33:1672 Origo. Prose No. 18. Typescript/Carbon copy. 62p. April 1947.
33:1673 Our loves are an expression of our fate... Prose No. 222. Typescript. 2p. ca. 1950.
33:1674 Outline for new sciences of man. Prose No. 247. Manuscript/Typescript. 2p. February 1953.
33:1675 An Outline of a Projected Poem called West. Prose No. 192. Typescript. 8p. ca. 1946.
33:1676 Outside, Inside: Notes on Narrative, Provoked by Mr. Creeley's Stories. Prose No. 226. Typescript. 3p. October 1950.
P-Q
34:1677 Pacific Northwest Writer's Conference lecture notes. Typescript. July-August 1947.
34: 1st Essay on the Phoenician History. Prose No. 143. Handwritten manuscript. 16p. February 5, 1964.
34:1678 Pigeonmilk. Manuscript/typescript. 1945.
34:1679 Place and names. Manuscript/carbon copy. January 1962.
34:1680 The place, the thing, the act of the action. Typescript. 1955-1956.
34 Plan of work. Carbon copy/Typescript. 1948.
34 Plans (note). Typescript. December 1963.
34 A plausible 'entry' for, like, man. Typescript. 1961.
34 A play called document. Carbon copy. 1952.
34 A poem is a presented duration note on poetry. Typescript/Manuscript. 1958-January 1959.
34 Poetry and criticism. Typescript. July 1947.
34 Possibilities for the Institute of the Sciences of Man, 1st draft. Prose No. 253. Typescript. 2p. [1953].
34 The post office. Carbon copy. 1948.
34 Post west (notes). Typescript. 1953.
34 Postscript to proprioception and logography. Holograph. March 1960.
34 Premises (notes). Holograph. October 1949.
34 The present state of knowledge, or, The area, and the discipline of, totality. Typescript. 1953.
34 The present state of romance: fragment. Typescript. November 1954.
34 The principle of measure in composition by field. Typescript/photocopy. December 1958-January 1959.
34 Problems in poetics (note). Holograph/typescript. October 1969.
34 Project for a book untitled. Carbon copy. 1947.
34 Projected verse (early draft). Photocopy of typescript. 1950.
34 The projective in poetry and thought and the paratactic (notes). Typescript. 1965.
34 Projective verse II. Typescript. 1956.
34 Projective verse II. Typescript. 1959.
34 Projective verse: early draft. Photocopy. February - July 1950.
34 Prose fragment. Typescript. 1932-1933.
34 Prose fragment. Typescript. 1952.
34 Pun as the true meaning as well as of rhyme. Typescript. 1964.
34 Quantity in verse. Typescript/holograph/photocopy. December 1958.
34 Quantity in verse and the late plays of Shakespeare. Typescript. December 1956.
34 Quantity in verse and Shakespeare's late plays. Typescript. December 1956.
34 Quantity in verse: Shakespeare essay. Holograph. 1954.
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35 Raymond Weaver essay. Typescript/carbon copy. April 1948.
35 Regret. Typescript. October 1932.
35 Religious, racial and national origin factors. Typescript. May 1946.
35 The resistance. Typescript. 1949.
35 Respone to Richard Chase's Herman Melville. Typescript. March 1950.
35 A review of Eric Havelocks' Preface to Plato. Holograph/typescript. November-December 1963.
35 Review of John Wilmerdings' Fitz Hugh Lane. Typescript. August 1964.
35 Review of Robert Creeley's For Love. Typescript/holograph. 1962.
35 Rhapsodia to sew song together. Typescript. 1949.
35 The scapegoat. Photocopy of typescript. March 1950.
35 The science of mythology. Holograph/typescript. 1953.
35 The search in art, or Notes on the New Dimension (lecture notes). Holograph/carbon copy. 1948.
35 The secret of the black chrysanthemum. Holograph. 1969.
35 Session number one. Holograph/typescript. February 1953.
35 Shakespeare chap. 10: Out this side. Typescript. December 1954.
35 Shakespeare chap. 7: To make cold nymphs chaste crowns. Typescript. November 1954.
35 Shakespeare chap. 8: The individual scene. Typescript. November 1954.
35 Shakespeare chap. 9: The poem unlimited. Typescript. 1954.
35 Shakespeare chap. VI: The new Morris. Typescript. November 1954.
35 Shakespeare chapter 9: the poem unlimited. Typescript. 1954.
35 Shakespeare essays, notes and fragments. Typescript/holograph. 1954.
35 Shakespeare pt II: The sedged crown. Typescript. November 1954.
35 Shakespeare pt III: The human title. Typescript. November 1954.
35 Shakespeare pt IV: The so-called masque and W. Shakespeare. Typescript. November 1954.
35 Shakespeare pt V: The bergomask. Typescript. November 1954.
35 Shakespeare pt. 1: The difference of men. Typescript. November 1954.
35 Shape up. Typescript/photocopy. 1953.
35 A short guide to present advantages. Photocopied typescript. May 1962.
35 Shortness of time. Typescript. March 1968.
35 So I am an only child. Typescript. May 1946.
35 Society is a diversion of attention. Typescript. December 1963.
35 Sophocles, or Dilemma. Typescript. 1955.
35 Southerners of the Civil War. Typescript. ca. 1947.
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36 Space and time (note). Holograph/typescript. 1947.
36 The spell. Holograph/typescript. 195-?
36 Starting where you are. Typescript. 1953.
36 A "state" destroys a noun. Typescript. December 1963.
36 Stocking cap. Typescript. 1948.
36 The suspense. Holograph/typescript. January 1964.
36 A syllabary for a dancer. Carbon copy/typescript. 1952.
36 A tao for here and now. Typescript. 1951.
36 Telepinus. Holograph/typescript. 1961.
36 The Tempest no tempest. Typescript. June 1954.
36 The terrible whaleman Samuel B. Comstock. Typescript. 1945-1946.
36 That flutter in the lightest wind. Holograph/typescript. May 1961.
36 That point at which analogies are facts of myths and science. Typescript. 1953-1956.
36 The theatre for Wes Huss with thanks. Typescript/photocopy. 1953.
36 Theatre Institute lecture on language. Holograph/photocopy. 1952.
36 Theatre with Wes Huss. Typescript. 1953.
36 Theory of society. Holograph. 1960.
36 There are four measurements. Typescript. January 1964.
36 There are four measurements. Holograph/typescript. January 1964.
36 This is a strange one. Typescript. November 1968.
36 This walking as though it were by one silk thread. Typescript. 1950.
36 "Though the practice of American poets since 1908..." Typescript. 1956.
36 The three traps. Typescript. 1953.
36 Time and physicality. Typescript. December 1963.
36 To found a science of mythology. Typescript. 1953.
36 To make it clear. Typescript. 1953.
36 "To partition reality is to lose it." Holograph. 1951.
36 To the writer of a new biography of Captain John Smith. Typescript. August 1964.
36 Troilus. Holograph/carbon copy. 1948.
36 Troilus: a mask. Carbon copy. 1948.
36 Tutorial: the Greeks. Typescript. June 1955.
36 Under the mushroom. Typescript. 1960-1961.
36 Unsticking the sun or something, perhaps for Walt Whitman. Carbon copy/photocopy. 1952.
36 Verse (notes). Typescript. November 1955.
36 The vertical ignorance. Typescript. 1958-1959.
36 The Vinland map review. Typescript. October 1965.
36 Violence is the door: notes on sex violence. Typescript. 1950.
36 The "voice" of perspective is wrong. Typescript. January 1964.
36 We are at the midpoint of the institute tonight. Typescript/holograph. March 1953.
36 West and the long poem. Holograph. 1948-1949.
36 White isle in the black sea. Holograph. January 1962.
36 Wild man fragment and Death and rot, a morality play. Typescript. 1961-1962.
36 "With some, things go to the head..." Photocopy of typescript/carbon copy. May 1952.
36 You can't use words as ideas. Holograph. October 1964.
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37 1st Addition... to The Animate versus the Mechanical. Prose No. 315. Holograph. 3p. April 1969
37 An Essay in the Direction of a Restoration of the Act of MYTH. Prose No. 42. Holograph/typescript. 12p. ca. October 1951-1953.
37 "I have to confess that I am, much more than a poet, an historian..." Prose No. 158. Holograph/typescript. 24p. November 16, 1967.
37 A Letter to the Faculty of Black Mountain College. Prose No. 239. Photocopy/typescript. 30p. Also included, Life article "J. Robert Oppenheimer," by Lincoln Barnett. Photocopy. 15p. March 21, 1952.
37 The MYTHO-. Prose No. 92. Typescript. 15p. May 1955.
37 Notes on Language ["base texts..."]. Prose No. 41. Typescript. 11p. ca. October 1951.
37 The principle extrications and new coordinates now called for. Prose No. 40. Holograph/typescript. 8p. ca. September - December 1951.
37 Propositions. Prose No. 50. Typescript. 20p. ca. May - October 1952.
37 Proprioception: A Small Book. Prose No. 285. Typescript/carbon copy. 25p. ca. 1962.
37 Quantity in Verse and Shakespeare's Late Work. Prose No. 280. Holograph/typescript. 36p. April 1956.
37 A Reversal-of-Field Theory. Prose No. 93. Typescript. 14p. May 1955.
37 Shakespeare Essays: Notes and Fragments. Prose No. 271. Holograph/typescript. 27p. 1954.
37 The Special View of History Applied to the Two "Mysteries" -- of Samothrace and Eleusis. Prose No. 99. Typescript/photocopy. 22p. ca. 1956.
37 A Valuable Book despite the Attacks on it, and its own Staleness. Prose No. 126. Typescript/holograph. 3p. June 13, 1962.
37 West. Prose No. 252. Holograph. 10p. November 4, 1953.
G. Red, White and Black
38 Project notes, 1946-1948
H. The Fiery Hunt
39 Project notes, 1946-1948
I. Ezra Pound materials, 1946-1948
40 Notes from St. Elizabeth interviews, newspaper clippings, etc.
J. Donner Party and Gold Discovery
41 Project notes, 1947-1948, 1968
42 Project notes, 1947-1948, 1968
K. Shakespeare and the Earl of Oxford
43 Project notes, 1948
L. Special View of History
44 Notes, 1951-1957
M. "Equal, That Is, To the Real Itself"
45 Notes, 1958
N. Psilocybin experiment
46 Notes, 1960-1962
O. Dorchester records and Weymouth Port books
47 Microfilm, 1963-1967
P. Causal Mythology
48 Transcriptions, 1965-1968
Q. Notebooks and Diaries, 1932-1969
49 Notebook. No. 25. March 1, 1932 - March 25, 1934.
49 N.Y. City. No. 26. May 6, 1934 - 1936.
49 Journal of Swordfishing Cruise on the Doris M. Hawes, Capt. Cecil Moulton. Published in Olson: The Journal of the Charles Olson Archives 7 (Spring 1977): p.3-42. No. 27. July 1936.
49 Notebook. No. 28. September 1, 1936.
49 Key West II. Filed with a typed transcription. Portions published in Olson: The Journal of the Charles Olson Archives 5 (Spring 1976): p. 3-11. No. 57. February 1945 - April 1945.
49 Washington Fall 1945 I. No. 55. October 25, 1945 - December 19, 1945.
49 Washington, Fall 1945 II. Filed with a typed transcription. No. 31. Fall 1945 - Spring 1946.
49 Field Book, Enniscorthy. No. 38. Summer 1946.
49 Enniscorthy. Portions published in Olson: The Journal of the Charles Olson Archives 5 (Spring 1976): p. 12-13. No. 52. June 1946 - September 1946.
49 Verse and Geometry plus E.P., Washington. No. 37. November 1946.
50 Merchants of the sea. Includes poetry. No. 1. ca. 1946 - 1947.
50 Book. No. 39. ca. 1947.
50 Washington. No. 32. February 1947 - ca. May 1947.
50 Notebook. No. 40. February 1947 - December 2, 1947.
50 Myth Washington. No. 42. Spring 1947.
50 Giovanni di Paolo, 1403-1483. Filed with photocopy. No. 43. 1948.
50 Faust Buch #1, Washington. Filed with photocopy. No. 41. April 1947 - July 22, 1948.
50 Gonagadet. No. 33. ca. 1947 - 1949.
50 Notebook. No. 34. ca. April 1952 - November 1952.
50 Notebook. Record of dreams. No. 137. October 19, 1952 - November 12, 1955.
50 John White the Patriarch of Dorchester. No. 45. ca. 1953.
50 In the present/neither right nor left nor center. No. 59. 1953.
50 Camp Convention Notepad. No. 58. ca. 1953.
50 A Calendar of the Order of Dreams. No. 36. April 8, 1953 - September 1, 1953.
50 White bureau/small trunk. Includes poetry. No. 2. ca. May 15, 1954 - February 1955.
51 The Period. Includes notes from August 7, 1954, February 15, 1955, and March 6, 1955. No. 35. 1954 - 1955.
51 Notebook. No. 60. ca. 1954 - 1955.
51 Notebook. No. 61. ca. 1956.
51 III: Real Goods. No. 66. ca. 1956 - October 1957.
51 Olson's passport. Annotated. No. 64. 1957.
51 Olson's 1st large notebook. With note for October 1955. No. 135. Spring 1956 - 1957.
51 58 and Brooks conv. April 59 II Cape Ann Historical maps etc. No. 65. August 1957.
51 I (begins after "a begin a plant"). Portions published in Olson: The Journal of the Charles Olson Archives 5 (Spring 1976): p.61-62. No. 136. September 15, 1957.
51 How small the news was. Includes poetry. No. 3. 1957/1958 - December 5, 1960.
51 Sign 1 (Charlotte). Includes poetry. No. 4. ca. 1957 - 1958.
51 Endicott, that year. Includes poetry. No. 6. ca. 1958.
51 Notepad. No. 139. 1958.
51 Notepad. No. 144. ca. 1958.
51 Don't cover anything. With notes from 1953 laid in. No. 67. ca. February 1958.
51 Fr P-Town. No. 81. July 1958 - February 1959.
51 I 1623. No. 63. February 16, 1958.
51 II/A long time to fill the wells. Includes poetry. No. 7. March 1958 - November 1958.
52 Index. No. 75. ca. Spring 1958 - 1959.
52 Notepad. No. 140. May 1958 - June 1958.
52 Notepad. No. 141. May 1958.
52 Dream Journal. No. 82. June 11, 1958 - July 8, 1958.
52 Dream Journal. No. 83. July 12, 1958 - August 26, 1958.
52 Gloucester - Spring 1959. No. 70. Spring 1958 - ca. September 9, 1959.
52 Notepad. No. 142. December 1958.
52 Even though the land policy of the Mass. Bay Co. ... Includes poetry. No. 44. ca. 1950 - 1959.
52 Notebook. No. 62. 1959.
53 Wm Stevens John Briar, Ralph Parker... No. 72. 1959.
53 Gloucester Town Records I. No. 71. ca. 1959.
53 Notebook. No. 69. ca. 1958 - 1959.
53 Notepad. No. 143. 1959.
53 Gloucester Feb/59. Max 1639. No. 73. ca. February 1959.
53 Gloucester Town Records III. Staying with Mr. White. No. 80. February 3, 1959.
53 Notebook. With notes dated December 16, 1969. No. 76. February 13, 1959 - October 4, 1959.
53 III. No. 86. August 1959 - March 1960.
53 I: April, 1959. Gloucester Town Records III. No. 79. April 1959.
53 A world or life view to contest the classical-representational and confirm the primitive-abstract. No. 77. April 1, 1959 - July 19, 1959.
53 2nd such book/Gloucester sources. No. 78. May 15, 1959.
53 On the Kings Mt. men. Includes poetry. No. 8. ca. October 1959.
53 Gothonic. Includes poetry. No. 5. ca. Winter 1957 - 1959.
54 H. Josselyn He and a John Wallis. Notepad. No. 85. ca. 1960.
54 D'town. No. 88. December 8, 1960 - February 21, 1961.
54 Indians I. No. 87. March 1960 - April 1960.
54 Started night of May 27th... No. 134. May 27, 1960 - July 11, 1960.
54 Notes July 1960? and June 1961. Removed from inside back cover of notebook (below) entitled "Gloucester Persons Book," dated 1961. No. 102. July 1960 - June 1961.
54 Where did Mr. John Tylly go from Gloucester... No. 89. ca. 1961.
54 Gloucester Persons Book. "Starts July 4th 1961." Includes notes from January 1961. Additional notebook removed from back cover, entitled "Notes July 1960? and June 1961." No. 98. ca. January 1961 on.
54 Geography. Psilocybin experiment with Timothy Leary and Arthur Koestler. No. 90. February 1961.
54 Gravelly Hill. Notepad. Includes poetry. No. 9. March 1961.
54 Opened March 20, 1961. Includes poetry. No. 10. March 20, 1961 - ca. August 6, 1961.
54 To select Lane's drawings. Notepad. Includes poetry. With note from 1 June 1962 inserted. No. 11. June 1961.
54 Bibliography. No. 91. September 12, 1961 - September 27, 1961.
54 Notepad. No. 68. ca. November 29, 1961.
55 ff. No. 84. ca. 1959 - 1962.
55 Notepad. No. 147. November 1962 - March 1963.
55 Out of control, ignorant. Includes poetry. No. 12. October 1962 - November 1962.
55 Notepad. No. 145. November 1962.
55 Notepad. No. 146. ca. 1962 - 1963.
55 Blue Book of Telephone Numbers and Area Codes. No. 101. September 23, 1963 - January 21, 1964.
55 Father! of Typhoeus. Includes poetry. No. 13. March 1963.
55 Notepad. No. 148. May 1963 -1964.
56 It is all rests on nothing. Includes poetry. Also includes letter draft from March 30, 1964, and "West 6" from March 4, 1964. No. 14. 1964.
56 Notepad. Written on "Vanity Fair" typewriter paper pad. Includes poetry. No. 15. Spring 1964.
56 Wyoming. No. 100. ca. June 1964.
56 Notepad. Begins with Olson's will. No. 99. September 3, 1964.
56 Notebook. No. 103. November 22, 1964 - December 13, 1964.
56 Book #1. Also includes notes for January 24, 1966, and March 2-4, 1966. No. 94. December 11, 1965 - January 23, 1966.
56 Bedroom Notebook. No. 93. December 30, 1965 - February 1966.
56 Death Will Have Opened Its Jaws. No. 95. May 1965 - June 1965.
56 Notebook. Chiefly telephone numbers and addresses. Includes poetry. No. 16. Summer 1965.
56 Accompanying Day-book. No. 96. November 4, 1965.
57 The boats' lights in the dawn. Includes poetry. No. 17. 1966.
57 Spring 1959, II and III; Persons and... No. 74. ca. 1966.
57 In Respect and Recollection of a Most Attractive Old Girl Friend. No. 92. 1965 - 1966.
57 Record. Bound book. No. 97. 1965 - 1966.
57 Monday January 18 1966. Includes poetry. Also includes notes from "Sunday night Dec. 15, 1968." No. 18. January 18, 1966 - February 18, 1966; December 15, 1968.
57 Bk 4. No. 104. January 26, 1966 - January 30, 1966.
57 Starting February 22nd. No. 105. February 22, 1966.
57 The reading is all wrong. Includes poetry. No. 21. August 2, 1966 - February 24, 1967.
58 Sunday March 6th. No. 106. March 6, 1966 - April 1, 1966.
58 1966... Includes poetry. No. 19. April 15, 1966 - July 15, 1966.
58 A Book of thought. Includes poetry. No. 20. May 26, 1966 - September 26, 1966.
58 4th of July, 1966 I/I married the Earth and have known love since. No. 107. July 4, 1966.
58 Notebook. No. 109. July 15, 1966 - October 1967.
58 Inside. No. 108. ca. August 1966 - September 1966.
58 Pragmaticism. No. 112. 1967.
58 Typification. No. 117. November 24, 1967 - Feburary 29, 1968.
58 Notepad. Written on pad from the Mayfair Hotel, London. Includes Poetry. No. 22. ca. March 1967 - July 1967.
59 G'l, fall 1967. No. 111. October 27, 1967 - November 12, 1967.
59 Vol IV. No. 110. November 1967.
59 Continuing direct from book January 1966. No. 113. December 1967.
59 Thurs am 6:15. No. 114. January 25, 1968 - February 10, 1968.
59 Work only!. No. 115. February 9, 1968.
59 1957-8, 1958-9... Notepad. No. 116. ca. Summer 1968.
59 Wait till the Judgement is past, till the Creation is consumed. Notepad. No. 118. July 1968.
59 Cathy - we seem to really need matches. Notepad. No. 119. July 1968.
59 If I had had more faith I wld have married her... Notepad. No. 121. July 1968 - August 1968.
59 Started July 4th. Notepad. No. 122. July 4, 1968 - September 1968.
59 July 14!!!! a journey 80-80. No. 120. July 14, 1968 - ca. October 1968.
59 Tuesday Jl 30. Includes poetry. No. 23. ca. July 26, 1968 - September 16, 1968.
60 HERE'S HOWE. Notepad. No. 124. August 1968.
60 The Bard - of Ward Four. Notepad. No. 125. August 20, 1968 - August 14, 1968.
60 G'l book. May also include notes from Winter 1966. No. 127. August 20, 1968 - December 7, 1968.
60 Fauna book. Notepad. No. 129. ca. September 1968 - October 1968.
60 Poem off to Stonybrook. Notepad. Includes poetry. No. 24. September 18, 1968 - September 25, 1968.
60 Thursday October 10th. Notepad. No. 126. October 10, 1968 - November 12, 1968.
60 Looseness of the universe. Notepad. No. 123. May 1969 - June 1969.
60 New coats of paint like new coats. Notepad. No. 128. May 22, 1969 - May 24, 1969.
60 II (after midnight). No. 132. June 11, 1969 - June 16, 1969.
60 Notepad. No. 138. July 1969.
60 6A Separate Notebook on Separate subject. No. 130. July 26, 1969.
60 Started (in bed) 6AM Thursday night. No. 131. August 1969 - September 1969.
61 #3. Filed with a typed transcription. No. 30. December 7, 1939 - ca. January 13, 1940.
61 #1 Summer and Fall. Filed with a typed transcription. No. 133. September 7, 1939 - October 24, 1939.
62 #2 Fall. Filed with a typed transcription. No. 29. October 24, 1939 - December 7, 1939.
62 Notebook. Filed with a typed transcription. No. 48. ca. 1939 - 1940.
62 #4, Cambridge and New York. Filed with a typed transcription. No. 46. Winter - Spring 1940.
63 #5 Gloucester. Continues beyond April. Filed with a typed transcription. No. 47. March 1940 - April 16, 1940.
63 Notebook. Filed with a typed transcription. No. 49. April 19, 1941.
63 Notebook. Filed with a typed transcription. No. 50. January 1942 - ca. March 4, 1942.
64 Key West I. Filed with a typed transcription. Portions published in Olson: The Journal of the Charles Olson Archives 5 (Spring 1976): p. 3-10. No. 56. January 1945 - February 4, 1945.
64 En Route North. Filed with a typed transcription. No. 51. April 1945 - May 1945.
64 Washington Spring. Filed with a typed transcription. No. 53. April 25, 1945 - ca. June 26, 1945.
64 Washington Summer. Filed with a partial typed transcription. No. 54. Summer 1945.
65 Notebook. No. 149. October 1961 - November 1961.
65 Notebook. No. 150. October 1964 - December 1964.
65 Notepad. No. 151. ca. October 1967 - May 1968.
65 Notepad. No. 152. November 1967.
65 Notepad. No. 153. January 1968.
66 Notepad. No. 154. September 1968.
66 Notepad. No. 155. February 1969.
66 Notepad. No. 156. March 1969.
66 Mon Jly 21st to Sat Jly 26th. No. 161. July 1969.
66 Notepad. No. 157. August 1969.
66 Notepad. No. 158. August 1969.
66 Notepad. No. 159. September 1969.
66 Notepad. No. 160. September 1969.
67 RESTRICTED. 5 notebooks. Closed until January 1, 2041. 1964 - 1966.
R. Melville Projects, ca. 1930-1952
68 The Growth of Herman Melville. Early drafts. 1933.
69 Confidence Man. Photostat.
70 Call Me Ishmael.
71 Melville's library.
72 Research notes and materials on Melville.
73 Research notes and materials on Melville.
74 Offprints, booksellers' catalogs. 1927-1935, 1946-1952.
75 Notes. File cards restored during the Melville Project. Card numbers 1-291. 1930's.
76 Notes. File cards restored during the Melville Project. Card numbers 292-515. 1930's.
77 Notes. File cards restored during the Melville Project. Card numbers 516-814. 1930's.
78 Notes. File cards restored during the Melville Project. Card numbers 815-1018. 1930's.
79 Notes. File cards restored during the Melville Project. Cards in this box are either oversized, or could not be separated during restoration. Card numbers 15, 69, 520-521, 522-537, 601-607, 618-621, 816, 967-974. 1930's.
80 Notes. DAMAGED AND FRAGILE - materials closed to the public. 1930's
81 Notes. DAMAGED AND FRAGILE - materials closed to the public. 1930's
82 TS Study. DAMAGED AND FRAGILE - materials closed to the public. 193-?
83 Chapters. DAMAGED AND FRAGILE - materials closed to the public. ca. 1938-1940.
84 Footnotes. Unknown hand. DAMAGED AND FRAGILE - materials closed to the public.
S. Unsorted Manuscripts and Fragments, ca. 1928-1969.
85-117 Unsorted manuscripts and fragments. Materials are foldered and some are titled.
118-123 Unsorted fragments. DAMAGED AND FRAGILE - materials closed to the public.
Series II: Correspondence, undated, 1910-1970
[Note: For a detailed listing of the items in this series, please see the correspondence database of the Charles Olson Research Collection.]
124 Abbott - Alford
125 Allen, Donald M.
126 Allen - Aydelotte
127 Babbidge - Benson, D.E.
128 Benson, Joyce
129 Berge - Boffey
130 Boldereff, Francis M.
131 Boldereff, Francis M.
132 Bompiani - Brooks, Alfred
133 Brooks, Bob - Brubaker
134 Brussel - Byrne
135 Cage - Chapman
136 Charters - Clarke, John
137 Clarke, M.A. - Cook, Albert
138 Cook, Albert - Corman, Cid
139 Corman, Doris - Creeley, Ann
140 Creeley, Robert
141 Creeley, Robert
142 Creeley, Robert
143 Creeley, Robert
144 Creeley, Robert
145 Crehan - Cutler
146 Dahlberg, Edward
147 Daley - Dawson
148 Day - Donchian
149 Doner - Dorn, Edward
150 Dorn, Edward
151 Dorous - Duncan, Robert
152 Duncan, Robert - Elevitch
153 Eliot - Fawcett
154 Feidt - Finch
155 Finlay - Freedman
156 Freeman - Ginsberg
157 Giroux - Gottlieb
158 Gottlober - Grier
159 Gross - Hanna
160 Hannegan - Hawks
161 Hawley - Hicks
162 Higgins - Hollo
163 Holmberg - Hughes
164 Hugo - John
165 Johnson - Jung
166 Kadhim - Kelly, Joan
167 Kelly, Robert - King
168 Kinney - Kruger
169 Kruse - Landau
170 Landreau - Lasser
171 Lattimore - Leinoff
172 Leite - Linscott
173 Liscomb - Malanga
174 Malone - Matz
175 Maud - McLuhan
176 McMann - Metcalf, Henry K.
177 Metcalf, Paul C. - Mixon
178 Moe - Moore, Frank Ledlie
179 Moore, Harry T. - Murray
180 Muse - Olsen
181 Olson, Charles: Allen - Ames
182 Olson, Charles: Anderson - Boer
183 Olson, Charles: Boldereff, Francis M.
184 Olson, Charles: Boldereff, Francis M.
185 Olson, Charles: Boldereff, Francis M.
186 Olson, Charles: Bompiani - Cook
187 Olson, Charles: Corman - Creeley
188 Olson, Charles: Creeley, Robert
189 Olson, Charles: Creeley - Davis
190 Olson, Charles: Dawson - Evans
191 Olson, Charles: Feinstein - Gross
192 Olson, Charles: Hammond - Kollar
193 Olson, Charles: Kramer - Matthiessen
194 Olson, Charles: Maud - Nettlebeck
195 Olson, Charles: Olson, Betty - Sandum
196 Olson, Charles: Sassoon - Sutherland
197 Olson, Charles: Taylor - Woodburn
198 Olson, Charles J. Sr. - Olson, Charles Peter
199 Olson, Constance
200 Olson, Constance
201 Olson, Katherine
202 Olson, Katherine
203 Olson, Elizabeth - Olson, Mary T.
204 Omata - Penka
205 Pepper - Posner
206 Potts - Prynne
207 Purcell - Rexroth
208 Rey - Richards
209 Richman - Rogers
210 Rorty - Russell
211 Sabbadini - Schleifer
212 Schmeckebier - Shapiro
213 Shaughnessy - Silverman
214 Simms - Spender
215 Spicer - Szuravkin
216 Taggart - Thurn
217 Tilman - Villa
218 Vincent - Weismann
219 Weiss - Wicker
220 Wieners - Wilentz
221 Williams, Florence - Williams, Jonathan
222 Williams, Jonathan - Williams, William Carlos
223 Wills - Woolf
224 Wormser - Zukofsky
225 Unidentified Correspondent
Series III: Personal and Professional Papers
A. Scrapbooks
226 Biographical. ca. 1913-1934.
227 Biographical. ca. 1927-1932.
228 U.S. Presidents, etc. ca. 1918-1919.
229 Gloucester and maritime. ca. 1920-1935.
230 Gloucester and maritime. ca. 1920-1935.
231 "Drawings" and "Sketches." ca. 1917-1924.
232 "Current events." ca. 1923-1925.
B. Grammar and Highschool Papers
233 Notebooks and papers. ca. 1920-1924.
234 "Ancient History" notebook. ca. 1924-1928.
235 Debate materials. ca. 1924-1928.
236 Debate materials. ca. 1928.
237 Miscellaneous. May-June 1928.
C. European Tour, 1928
238 Souvenirs: France and Belgium.
239 Guidebooks, etc.
240 Guidebooks, etc.
241 Guidebooks, etc.
242 Notebooks, letters, etc.
D. Wesleyan University
243 Class notes and exams. ca. 1928-1930.
244 Chemistry and biology notes. 1928-1930.
245 Exams. 1929-1930.
246 Notes and exams. ca. 1931-1932.
247 Newspaper clippings. ca. 1928-1936.
248 Debate materials. 1929-1932.
249 Debate materials: printed sources. ca. 1929-1932.
250 Theater materials. ca. 1928-1932.
251 Memorabilia. 1928-1933.
252 Memorabilia. ca. 1928-1935.
253 Miscellany. 1928-1933.
254 Miscellany. 1928-1933.
255 Miscellany. 1928-1933.
256 Miscellany. 1928-1935.
257 Miscellany. 1928-1935.
E. Clark University
258 Notes and teaching materials. 1934-1936.
259 Notes and teaching materials. 1934-1936.
F. Harvard University
260 F. Merk's History 62: Westward Movement. Olson's notebook - lecture notes(1/3). September - December 1937.
260 F. Merk's History 62: Westward Movement. Olson's notebook - lecture notes (2/3). February 8 - May 7, 1938.
260 F. Merk's History 62: Westward Movement. Olson's notebook - reading notes (3/3). 1937-1938.
260 F. Merk's History 62: Westward Movement. Notes and exams. 1937-1938.
G. Grants
261 Guggenheim Fellowship material. 1938-1950.
262 Grants. Maximus Poems distribution. 1951-1957.
H. Political Career
263 Selective Service, Office of War Information. Includes curriculum vitae. 1941-1943.
264 Common Council and OWI. 1941-1944.
265 OWI: Tresca Case. 1943.
266 Political matters. 1944-1946.
I. SUNY/Buffalo
267 Teaching materials. 1963-1964.
268 Teaching materials. 1963-1964.
269 1964-1966.
J. Spoleto-Berkeley
270 Materials. July-August 1965.
K. Financial Documents
271 Banking Records. 1939-1955.
272 Banking Records. 1956-1963.
273 Banking Records. 1960-1964.
274 Banking Records. 1965-1967.
275 Banking Records. 1967-1969.
276 Motor vehicle and insurance records. 1956-1969.
277 Business, income, travel records. 1946-1969.
278 Medical records. 1947-1969.
279 Bills and receipts. 1961-1969.
280 Tax receipts, telephone, utilities. 1961-1969.
L. Printed ephemera
281 Booksellers' catalogs. 1926-1935.
282 Book orders, lists, invoices, call slips, etc. 1949-1968.
283 Publishers' flyers. 1950's-1960's.
284 Publishers' flyers. 1960's.
285 Publishing matters, foreign.
286 Publishing matters, domestic.
287 Booksellers' and publishers' catalogs. 1940's-1950's.
288 Booksellers' and publishers' catalogs. 1960's.
289 Miscellaneous flyers, brochures, advertisements. 1940's-1960's.
290 Miscellaneous printed matter.
291 Miscellaneous printed matter.
292 Miscellaneous printed matter.
293 Miscellaneous printed matter.
294 Articles and pamphlets.
295 Articles and pamphlets.
296 Articles and pamphlets.
297 Articles and pamphlets.
298 Museums, libraries, historical sites.
299 Artists' Workshop, Aspen, Sigma, etc.
300 Films, music, poetry readings, etc. 1940's-1960's.
301 Art exhibits. 1940's-1960's.
302 Maps: U.S. and Mexico.
303 Maps: Europe.
304 Picture postcards (unsent).
305 Sheet music.
306 Sheet music.
307 Sheet music.
308 Gloucester maps and documents.
309 Notebook of Susanna Hara on Egyptian and Mesopotamian archaeology; folder of 18th-and 19th-century historical documents. ca. 1947.
310 Painting by Joe Fiore, 1954; unidentified painting; "Song 8," film by Stan Brakhage; unidentified glass shard.
311 Address books, call slips, translations, etc. ca. 1944-1950.
Series IV: Family Papers
312 Mother's address books, father's NALC petition, etc.
313 Family documents.
314 Charles J. Olson, Sr.: NALC.
315 Charles J. Olson, Sr.: NALC.
316 Charles J. Olson, Sr.: philatelic materials.
317 Betty Olson. 1954-1960.
318 Betty Olson. 1960-1963.
319 Betty Olson. 1963.
320 Betty Olson's notebooks. 1952-1958.
Series V: Photographs
[Note: To view the photographs online, please see the photograph database of the Charles Olson Research Collection.]
A. Photographs by Charles Olson
321:1 European trip. 10 prints. 1928.
321:2-5 Sword-fishing expedition. See Olson 7 (Spring 1977): 39-42; A Guide to the Maximus Poems, plate 3. 20 original prints. Folders 4-5 hold copy prints. 1936.
321:6 Western United States. 40 prints. 1938.
321:6a Parsons-Morse House, Gloucester. 11 black-and-white prints, 5 color prints. 1967.
B. Photographs of Charles Olson
321:7 CO as an infant. 1911.
321:8 CO in his father's mail bag. See The Post Office, cover. Mounted (by CO?) with 1931 portrait with father. Includes copy negative. 1911.
321:9 Formal portrait, sent to Ed Dorn, 14 July 1966. Annotated on verso by CO. See Call Him Ishmael, plate 2. Gift to the Archives from Ed Dorn. ca. 1915.
321:10 With mother and father in Gloucester. 2 prints, with copy print and copy negative. 1918.
321:11 Summer camp, Gloucester. See A Guide to the Maximus Poems, plate 2. 3 copy prints only. ca. 1920.
322:12 With father and mother before Oceanwood Cottage, Stage Fort Park, Gloucester. See A Guide to the Maximus Poems, plate 3. With copy prints and copy negative. ca. 1927.
322:13 With unidentified companions before Oceanwood Cottage. ca. 1927.
322:13a "Visit to Wesleyan College. Stayed at Phi Mu Theta Fraternity. On steps of the chapel or library"--verso. ca. 1927-1928
322:14 "City's Winning Orator is Congratulated:" newspaper clipping. Copy negative only; original in clipping file. 1928.
322:14a "Wreck of the Wm. Thomas, 1929, Ten Pound Island. Chas. J. Olson, Jr., soul [sic] survivor"--verso. 1929.
322:15 At Wesleyan University? Gift to the archives from Barbara Denny Milliken, 1983. ca. 1930-31.
322:16 With father, both wearing postman's hats. See The Post Office, plate 4. 2 variant prints. With copy negative. 1931.
322:17 Formal portrait. 2 prints. ca. 1932.
322:18-1:19, OS Group portraits: school classes and sports teams. 10 prints and 1 rolled panorama. ca. 1910-1936.
322:20-1:23 Undated photographs. Prints and original negatives. ca. 1915-1940.
322:24 CO with unidentified group, including Mary T. Olson. Dated on verso. July 1937.
322:25-1:26 Formal portrait. 2 prints, one inscribed "To my grandmother, Christmas 1939." With copy print. See A Guide to the Maximus Poems, plate 5. Gift to the Archives from Philip Hedges. 1939.
322:27 Key West and Miami, Florida. 14 prints. 1944-1945.
322:28-32 "Enniscorthy," Keene, Va. CO in hayfields. Various shots. See A Guide to the Maximus Poems, plate 9. Includes some copy prints. Summer 1945.
322:33 CO in Washington, D.C., with Corrado Cagli. With 2 copy prints. Also includes unprinted variant negative. ca. 1946-1947.
322:34-323:35 CO in various solitary poses, probably in Washington D.C. 17 prints. ca. 1946-1947.
323:36 CO with Edward Dahlberg in Washington, D.C. Photograph by Sam Rosenberg. See A Guide to the Maximus Poems, plate 12. 2 original prints. With 1 copy print. ca. 1946-1947.
323:37 CO in New York City. Photographs by Mark Riboud? 2 prints. ca. 1948.
323:38 CO reading The Cantos of Ezra Pound at Black Mountain College. See A Guide to the Maximus Poems, plate 7. 2 original prints with 2 copy prints. ca. 1949.
323:39 CO and Mary T. Olson. "Washington, Jan. 6,1949"--verso. 1949.
323:39a CO with Fielding Dawson. 2 prints. ca. 1949-1953.
323:39b CO with Connie in Washington. Photograph by Marc Riboud. See Charles Olson Robert Creeley, v. 1, plate 2. Copy print only, courtesy of Jean Riboud. Spring 1950.
323:40 CO standing in front of vine-covered barn. Photofinisher's date on verso. prior to 28 August 1950.
323:41 CO with Connie and infant Kate. Dated on verso. 1951.
323:42 CO with infant Kate. 3 prints, 1 including Joanna Jalowetz. With 1 copy print. 1951.
323:43 CO, barechested, at writing table (side view). Photograph by Jonathan Williams, Black Mountain. See Olson 5 (Spring 1976): 63. With copy print. August 1951.
323:44 CO, barechested, at writing table (side view). Photograph by Jonathan Williams, Black Mountain. With copy print. August 1951.
323:45 CO, barechested, at writing table (front view). Photograph by Jonathan Williams, Black Mountain. See Olson 6 (Fall 1976): 76. Copyprint only, courtesy of Jonathan Williams. August 1951.
323:46 CO wearing serape. Photograph by Jonathan Williams, Black Mountain. See Olson 8 (Fall 1977): 65. Copy print only, courtesy of Jonathan Williams. ca. 1953.
323:47 CO wearing serape. Another view. Photograph by Jonathan Williams, Black Mountain. Copy print only, courtesy of Jonathan Williams. ca. 1953.
323:48 CO wearing serape. Closer view. Photograph by Jonathan Williams, Black Mountain. Copy print only, courtesy of Jonathan Williams. ca. 1953.
323:49 CO with Constance Olson (his head resting in her lap). Photograph by Jonathan Williams, Black Mountain. See Olson 8 (Fall 1977): 64. Copy print only, courtesy of Jonathan Williams. ca. 1953.
323:50 CO in a suit. Photograph by Jonathan Williams, Black Mountain. Copy print only, courtesy of Jonathan Williams. ca. 1953.
323:51 CO with daughter Kate. Photograph by Jonathan Williams, Black Mountain. Copy print only, courtesy of Jonathan Williams. ca. 1953.
323:52 CO with David Weinrib and Karen Barnes, Black Mountain. ca. 1953.
323:53 Photographs by Mary Ann Fretz, Black Mountain. Contact sheet of snapshots, including CO and Kate on porch, Wesley Huss, David Tudor, Michael Rumaker, and others. Includes several enlarged copy prints. Gift to the Archives from Mary Ann Fretz Guisti. Summer 1953.
323:54 Group portrait of Black Mountain community, with CO, Betty Kaiser, Joe Fiore, Ebbe Borregaard, Ann Simone, Wesley Huss, Eric Weinberger, Dan Rice, and others. Filed with copy print and identifications by Michael Rumaker (1991). For a variant print with identifications, see The Arts at Black Mountain, p. 241. ca. 1956-1957.
323:55-57 CO in San Francisco. 3 sheets of contact strips and 1 enlargement, by Harry Redl, showing CO at a party and in posed portraits. See A Guide to the Maximus Poems, plate 10. With 3 copy prints. 1957.
323:58 CO in a recording studio, probably in San Francisco. 1 sheet of 35mm-contact strips. ca. 1957.
323:59 CO at Black Mountain. See Olson 2 (Fall 1974): 58. April 1957.
324:60 CO with unidentified woman. CO's annotations on verso. Photofinisher's date on print. November 1959.
324:61 "Grants Receiving." See Olson 9 (Spring 1978): 73. With 2 copy prints. ca. 1961.
324:62 CO contemplating a madonna. See Olson 9 (Spring 1978): 72. With 2 copy prints. ca. 1961.
324:62a 2 color prints. 1961 ca. September.
324:63 CO at home in Gloucester, sitting on table. See Olson 9 (Spring 1978): 74. With 2 copy prints. ca. 1962.
324:64 Portrait. Color print. September 1962.
324:64a Portrait. See Call Him Ishmael, plate 3. Polaroid original with 1 copy print. ca. 1963.
324:65-1:66 CO at Vancouver, with Warren Tallman, Allen Ginsberg, et al. See Olson 4 (Fall 1975): 36-39. 13 copy prints only. 1963.
324:67 In kitchen with Betty. 3 prints, 1 early enlargement, 4 copy prints. June 1963.
324:68 In kitchen with Betty. With 3 copy prints (1 dated July 1968 by the photofinisher). ca. June 1963.
324:69 CO in Gloucester. 2 prints. June 1963.
324:70 Portrait by Elsa Dorfman, with her stamp. Verso of print heavily annotated by CO. See Elsa's Housebook, p. 41 (a different photograph). ca. 1965.
324:71 CO at dinner with an unidentified man. Photographs by M.L. Morse. 2 prints. ca. 1965.
324:72 CO with Ezra Pound at Spoleto. 2 copy prints only. See A Guide to the Maximus Poems, plate 8. July 1965.
324:73 CO onstage at Spoleto. ca. July 1965.
324:74 CO and George Butterick walking in Gloucester. ca. 1968.
324:75 Portrait by Ann Charters. See Olson/Melville, frontispiece. 1968.
324:76-78 CO at home in Gloucester. Photographs by Charles Stein. See Olson 1 (Spring 1974): 8-16. 6 prints and copyprints. Note: Some original prints are missing.
324:79 CO beckoning from house at Fort Square, and CO with N. Stewart Brown and Nick Ceppi. 2 color prints with 2 black-and-white copyprints. 1969 July 19.
324:80-325:93 Undated portraits, snapshots, and negatives, ca. 1937-1969.
C. Charles Olson's Family
325:94 Charles Olson, Sr. Wearing hat, seated on rocks at seaside. See The Post Office, plate 1. ca. 1934.
325:94a Charles Olson, Sr. in the Worcester Continentals. See Charles Olson Robert Creeley, v. 8, plate 6. undated
325:95-97 Charles Olson, Sr. various dates.
325:98 Mary T. Olson. 9 prints. various dates.
325:99 Constance Wilcock Olson with Hilda Morley at Black Mountain College. undated
325:99a Constance Wilcock Olson with infant Kate. Color print. 1952.
325:100 Constance Wilcock Olson. Photograph by Jonathan Williams. Copy print only. ca. 1953.
325:101-105 Betty Kaisar Olson. 38 prints. ca. 1942-1968.
325:106 Kate Olson. Photograph by Jonathan Williams. Copy print only. ca. 1953.
325:107 Kate Olson. 24 prints. various dates.
325:108-109 Charles Peter Olson. 28 prints. Also includes miscellaneous negatives. various dates.
326:110 Vandla Olson Hedges. 2 portraits, one published in A Guide to the Maximus Poems, plate 4. Copy prints only. Gift to the Archives from Philip Hedges. undated
326:111 "Aunt Augusta". 5 prints mounted. undated
OS Mounted prints of unidentified family members (in frame bearing a Gloucester frame-maker's label). undated
D. Friends and Associates
326:112-113c Classmates. 8 studio portraits. Before 1936.
326:113d Paul Blackburn. "Blackburn, summer 1951, Metropolitan Life Buildings fading away behind the firmness of cheekbone jawline, etc. Taken by self, very bad, focus, etc. Flattering, etc. Without glasses."--verso. Summer 1951.
326:114-116 Robert Creeley. Includes photographs of Ann Creeley and sons. See Charles Olson Robert Creeley, v. 1, plate 1; v. 2, plates 2-4; v. 5, plate 6; v. 7, plates 4-5. Copy prints in last folder. various dates.
326:116a Fielding Dawson. undated
326:117 Barbara Denny. prints with 1 original negative. undated
326:117a Ed Dorn with son. Photofinisher's date on print. March 1960.
326:117b Robert Duncan. ca. 1960.
326:118 Vincent Ferrini. 7 prints. undated
326:118a "Vincent Ferrini ... and Mary Shore," newspaper clipping. See A Guide to the Maximus Poems, plate 12. 2 copy prints. undated
326:118b Tom Field. Polaroid print of wife and infant child. Cf. note to CO 1964 ca. July 23. 1964.
327:119 Rainer Gerhardt. Includes family. 6 prints with 1 copy print. See Charles Olson Robert Creeley, v. 7, plate 3. Summer 1957, other dates.
327:119a Hettie Jones nursing infant daughter. "The 2 Lady Joneses"--verso. undated
327:119b Rene Laubies. undated
327:120 Kenneth Rexroth with daughter. 2 prints. undated
327:120a Michael Rumaker. undated
327:121 Helen Stein. See A Guide to the Maximus Poems, plate 9. Gift to the Archives of Mary Shore. With 2 copy prints. undated
327:122 Gael Turnbull. 3 prints. undated
327:123 Jonathan Williams holding Jargon edition of Maximus. undated
327:123a Diana Woelffer. undated
OS1 Emerson Woelffer in studio. Photograph by Diana Woelffer. 27 December 1951.
327:124-328:136 Unidentified photographs of people. May include members of Olson's family.
E. Black Mountain College
328:137 The Studies Building at Black Mountain College reflected in Lake Eden, reproduced from a college catalog. See Olson 2 (Fall 1974): 60-61. 2 copy prints. ca. 1950.
328:138 "T.J.," handyman at BMC. Contact print with enlarged copy print. ca. 1953.
328:139 "From my house Black Mt (when it was the Jalowitz's?) looking to the farm. Olson, October 23rd 1968"--verso. ca. 1953.
328:139a-c Photographs taken at the site of Black Mountain College, then Camp Rochmont, by Frank Ballard. 51 prints. Gift to the Archives from Frank Ballard. Summer 1977.
F. Gloucester
328:140 Shipyards: David Story yard and John Bishop yard; two prints, presentation inscriptions to CO dated 1960. With CO's annotations. undated
OS Unidentified Gloucester shipyard (mounted 19th-century print) undated
328:141-142 Photographs of Gloucester paintings. 21 prints, some with minor annotations by CO. undated
328:142a, OS4 Photographs of Gloucester ships. 3 prints. undated
328:143 19th-century portraits of Gloucester residents. 18 cartes-des-visites and 1 cabinet photograph. undated
328:144 Portrait of Homer Barrett, Gloucester. undated
328:145-329:146a 19th-century scenes. 2 prints and 1 stereocard. undated
329:147 Gloucester scenes, ca. 1920-1960; includes Oceanwood Cottage, Little Theater, etc. undated
329:148 Gloucester scenes by Barry Paine. 8 prints. ca. 1968-69.
329:148a 28 Fort Square: interior of Olson's house, showing maps and notes on walls, writing on window frames. Photographs by George Butterick; his gift to the Archives. 48 prints. March 1970.
OS1:1 Photograph of Charles Olson. Typescript on mattboard reads "property of Vincent Ferrini, Gloucester MA." Charles Olson manuscript on verso, entitled "A Statement on the Sporn Case and on the Feinberg Law."
OS1:2 Photograph of Gloucester MA vessel, the Elizabeth Howard. Manuscript on verso reads "Elizabeth Howard coming into Gloucester Harbor." Photographer's imprint reads "From Keystone View Co. Inc. 258 Washington Street." 1928.
OS1:3 Photograph of the ship "Mabel Leighton" at a rigging loft in Gloucester MA.
OS1:4 Photograph of audience watching dance performance in a park. Taken from set of Olson family photos. ca. 1920's.
OS1:5 Photograph marked "Annual Outing, City Employees, Aug. 20, 1925, Gloucester [MA]." Taken from set of Olson family photos. August 20, 1925.
OS1:6 Photograph of Robert Creeley. Manuscript on verso reads "Photo, RC [Robert Creeley]/ Bana/ Mar 53 -, for Charles and Con August 54 Jon X W - [Jonathan Williams?]." March 1953.
OS1:7 Photograph marked "First Mid-Winter -- of the Barrett Camp Association, American House, Boston." February 10, 1923.
OS1:8 Photograph of Committee on Street Railways, Massachusetts Legislature. 1908.
OS1:9 Group photograph on steps of building. ca. 1920's-1930's.
OS1:10 Photographs of drawings of Gloucester MA. Views of the city from the Harbor. 7 prints.
OS1:11 Photographs of paintings of Gloucester MA. Views of the Harbor. 3 prints.
OS1:12 Photographs of drawings of Gloucester MA. Views of the coastline. 6 prints.
OS1:13 Photographs of paintings of Gloucester MA. Views of the Harbor. 5 prints.
OS1:14 Photographs of paintings of Gloucester MA. Views of buildings. 5 prints.
G. Miscellaneous Photographs Owned by Charles Olson (Not Family)
329:149 Photograph of the Eaton portrait of Herman Melville. Presentation inscription on verso from Eleanor Metcalf. undated
329:150 Birthplace of Ezra Pound, Hailey, Idaho. undated
329:151 Yucatan scenes. 2 prints. undated
329:152 Photographs by Nicholas Dean (studies of seaweed). 4 prints. undated
329:153-154 Photographs by Dick Lebowitz. 13 prints. undated
329:155 Photographs of Indian artifacts by Diana Woelffer. 7 prints. undated
329:155a, OS2 19th- and 20th-century photographs of miscellaneous artifacts. undated
OS3 Unidentified photograph by Diana Woelffer. ca. 1949.
330:156 Photographs by Sam Rosenberg, Washington, D.C. (studies of plants and store fronts). 4prints. undated
330:157 Unidentified stage set or model. Print removed from Melville, Moby Dick (London: Constable, 1922), vol. 1, p. 210. undated
330:158 Color publicity photographs of the Beatles (George Harrison, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and Ringo Starr). 4 prints. undated
330:159-160 Miscellaneous unidentified photographs. undated
H. Copy Prints Made For Publication (Not Owned by Charles Olson)
330:161 Original manuscript for "Journal of Swordfishing Cruise." See Olson 7 (Spring 1977): 36-37. undated
330:162 Original manuscript for "Added to making a Republic in gloom" (Maximus 584). See A Guide to the Maximus Poems, plate 17. undated
330:163-165 Original manuscript for "The City Hall as is now was burned" with print reproducing the painting by Jerome Elwell. See Olson 1 (Spring 1974): 41, 49-53. 3 sets of prints. undated
330:166-167 Original manuscript for "The Secret of the Black Chrysanthemum." See Olson 3 (Spring 1975): 82-92. 2 sets of prints. undated
330:168 Original manuscript for poem beginning "there on the City's Front" (Maximus, p. 398). See Editing the Maximus Poems, Appendix 1, p. 1. undated
330:169 Original manuscript for poem beginning "I have been an ability" (Maximus, p. 495-499). See Editing the Maximus Poems, Appendix 1, p. 2-10. undated
330:170 Original manuscript for unpublished poem. See Editing the Maximus Poems, Appendix 1, p. 11. undated
330:171 Original manuscript for unpublished poem. See Editing the Maximus Poems, Appendix 1, p. 12. undated
330:172 Original manuscript for unpublished poem. See Editing the Maximus Poems, Appendix 1, p. 13. undated
330:173 Original manuscript for poem beginning "I was bold, I had courage" (Maximus, p. 612). See Editing the Maximus Poems, Appendix 1, p. 14. undated
330:174 Original manuscript for "Short Possible Poem" (Maximus, p. 618). See Editing the Maximus Poems, Appendix 1, p. 15-16. undated
330:175 Original manuscript for "my wife, my car" (Maximus, p. 635). 2 prints. undated
330:175a Original diagram for proposed reorganization of Black Mountain College, ca. 1954. See Olson 2 (Fall 1974): 49. 2 prints. undated
330:176 Pages from Wolfshehl and von der Leyen's Alteste deutsche Dichtung with CO's notes. See A Guide to the Maximus Poems, plate 16. undated
330:177 Pages from The Trot-Moc Book of Indian Fairy Tales. See A Guide to the Maximus Poems, plate 4. undated
330:178 Pages from Carl Jung's Psychology and Alchemy, with CO's notes. See A Guide to the Maximus Poems, plate 18. undated
330:179 Samuel de Champlain's map of "Le Beauport" (Gloucester Harbor), with CO's notes. See Olson 5 (Spring 1976): 66. undated
330:179a Pages from Brooks Adams' The Law of Civilization and Decay, with CO's notes. See Olson 1 (Spring 1974): 59. undated
331:180-181 Miscellaneous manuscripts and annotations. undated
331:182 Postcards from Robert Creeley to CO, ca. 6 October 1950. See Charles Olson Robert Creeley, v. 3, plates 3-5. undated
331:183 "Schooner Doris M. Hawes." See Olson 7 (Spring 1977): 38. With copy negative. undated
331:183a "The Crew of the Auxiliary Schooner Doris M. Hawes Hoisting in Swordfish." See Olson 7 (Spring 1977): 5. undated
331:184 Drawings of CO, including one by Fielding Dawson. See Olson 8 (Fall 1977): 63. undated
331:185 "Retiring Councillors Complimented," clipping from Gloucester Daily Times. See Olson 5 (Spring 1976): 67. 2 prints. undated
331:186 Cover of Fragmente 1 (1951). See Charles Olson Robert Creeley, v. 7, plate 2. undated
331:187 Envelope of Robert Creeley's 11 Sept. 1951 letter to CO. See Charles Olson Robert Creeley, v. 7, plate 6. undated
331:188 Wellesley Hills Trolley. See The Post Office, p. 22. Copy negative only. undated
331:189 Exhibition of Jargon Press books, including Maximus 1-10. Photograph by Jonathan Williams. See Call Him Ishmael, plate 10. Copy print only. undated
331:190-192 Unidentified copy prints and miscellany. undated
332-333 Unsorted photographs. undated
334 Slides of Olson's rooms and portraits in Gloucester. undated
Series VI: Black Mountain College Records
335 Board minutes.
336 Financial records, pensions, etc.
337 Financial records, pensions, etc.
338 Withholding tax records.
339 Business records, correspondence of rector. 1954-1956.
340 Business records: contingency salaries, etc.
341 Business records: miscellaneous. 1953-1956.
342 Business records: miscellaneous.
343 Business records: miscellaneous.
344 Sale of property.
345 Disposition of property.
346 Harriet Englehardt Collection of Latin American Textiles: correspondence and inventories.
347 Student files. Restricted for 75 years from date of file.
348 Student files. Restricted for 75 years from date of file.
349 Student transcripts. Restricted for 75 years from date of file.
350 Student report cards. Restricted for 75 years from date of file.
351 Published ephemera.
352-353 College Finances.
354 Instructor Records.
355-358 Microfilms of Black Mountain College Records.
Series VII: Ephemera
359 Undated, 1928-1938.
360 1939-1951.
361 1952-1960.
362 1960-1969.
363 Charles Olson's Typewriter.
364 Charles Olson's Pocket Litter.
365 American Book Awards Plaque, presented in Charles Olson in 1988 (post-mortem).
366 2 Hand-tooled Leather Purses.
367 Charles Olson's Tarot Cards.
368 Charles Olson's Marbles and Pennywhistle.
Series VIII: Related Materials
369 Anne Bosshard's Olson Materials.
370 Levi and Sarah Berman's Olson Materials.
371-373 Robert Creeley's Olson Materials.
374 Robert Duncan's Olson Materials.
375 Jeremy Prynne's Olson Materials.
376 B. Scott's Olson Materials.
377 Mary Shore's Olson Materials.
378 John Wiener's Olson Materials.
Oversized Materials
The oversized materials are part of their respective series and do not constitute a separate series in this collection.
379 Periodicals.
380 Literary Journals.
381 Newspapers.
382 Newspapers.
383 Artwork, Maps, MS, Correspondence.
384 Original Prints of Charles Olson's "This" in assorted colors from the Black Mountain Printshop.
385 Newspapers.
386 Letterbook. FRAGILE.
387 Artwork, Maps, MS, Correspondence.
388 Newspapers.
389 Maps.
390 Atlases and Newspapers.
391 Atlas.
392 Photographs.
393 Artwork and Maps.
394 MS and Correspondence.
395 Atlas.
MC Maps, Artwork, MS.