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- Names: Duncan, Robert, 1919-1988 X
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- Cole, Norma, 1945- 3
- Jess (1923-2004) 3
- Spicer, Jack 3
- Williams, Jonathan, 1929-2008 3
- Adam, Helen, 1909-1993 2
- Adam, Pat (Isabella Theodosia Patrick), 1911-1988 2
- Broughton, James (James Richard), 1913-1999 2
- Creeley, Robert, 1926-2005 2
- Levertov, Denise 2
- Mariah, Paul, 1937-1996 2
- Allen, Donald, 1912-2004 1
- Alta, 1942- 1
- Beckett, Samuel, 1906-1989 1
- Berrigan, Ted, 1934-1983 1
- Blaser, Robin, 1925-2009 1
- Bunting, Basil, 1900-1985 1
- Canan, Janine, 1942- 1
- Char, René, 1907-1988 1 + ∧ less
This collection consists of letters between Thomas Connolly and various writers, some of which are personal and/or relate to his research interests, but most of which document the hiring of writers as faculty for summer sessions at the University at Buffalo.
The Robert Duncan collection comprises over 100 linear feet of manuscript material, correspondence, artwork, ephemera, audio visual material, and printed material related to Robert Duncan’s (1919-1988) life and work, including a significant amount of material related to his partner, Jess (1923-2004), a visual artist who often collaborated with Duncan.
The Harry Jacobus collection includes 400 prints of digital art by Jacobus, some of which are manipulations of his paintings and drawings; photographs from San Francisco and travels in Europe and Mexico; a file on the King Ubu Gallery, including photocopied exhibition fliers; correspondence from Jess and other friends and associates; and a digital recording of Robert Duncan's "Foust Foutu" performed at The Six Gallery.
The Robert Kelly Collection contains an extensive collection of Kelly’s autographed and typed manuscripts and notebooks (approximately 58,000 pages); over 4,000 letters to Kelly from such writers as Cid Corman, Robert Creeley, Robert Duncan, Ted Enslin, Clayton Eshleman, Charles Olson, Jonathan Williams, and Diane Wakoski; and copies of many of Kelly’s letters to others.
The Manroot/Paul Mariah Collection contains the editorial and business records for Manroot including production material, correspondence, and financial records; personal records for Paul Mariah including manuscripts, correspondence, school work, poetry community ephemera; and activism records for gay and prisoners rights.
The Phoenix collection consists of approximately 5,000 pages of letters and manuscripts underscoring the magazine's literary and political principles. The archive contains significant correspondence from Henry Miller, Anaïs Nin, Robert Duncan, Michael Fraenkel, Frieda Lawrence, and Derek Savage; material by James Peter Cooney; and photographs.