Guide to the Jan Herman Archive

Collection Title: Jan Herman Archive
Dates: 1967-2002
Identification: 051
Creator: Herman, Jan, 1942-
Extent: 33 Boxes
Language of Materials: English
Abstract: The Jan Herman Archive consists of the files of the NOVA Broadcast Press which published San Francisco Earthquake (1967 1969), a little magazine featuring avant-garde writers and concrete and beat generation poets of the 1960s. Many of them were connected with Fluxus.
Included are correspondence, manuscripts, graphics, and photocollages by such authors as Charles Bukowski, William Burroughs, Henri Chopin, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg, Walter Lowenfels, Claude Pelieu, Dick Higgins, Alison Knowles, and Carl Weissner, as well as a significant amount of Herman's own work.
Herman edited Dick Higgins's Something Else Press publications for a few years as well, so some correspondence relates to those publications. Thefinancial records of the NOVA Broadcast Press and the production files for San Francisco Earthquake are kept separate from the general files. There is also a collection of 8mm films,tapes, slides, and computer tapes. Monographs and serials in the archive have been catalogued for the McCormick Library if needed; duplicates remain with the collection.
Acquisition Information: Materials in the Jan Herman Archive were acquired from him in 1973 and 2006.
Processing Information: Sigrid Pohl Perry in 1980.
Separated Materials: Some monographs and serials from the archive have been catalogued for the McCormick Library with a note added about this archive; other titles are listed in this finding aid.
Conditions Governing Use: All patrons must comply with federal copyright regulations.
Conditions Governing Access: There are no restrictions on use of the materials in the department for research.
Repository: Charles Deering McCormick Library of Special Collections
Deering Library, Level 3
1970 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL,
URL: http://www.library.northwestern.edu/spec
Email: special.collections@northwestern.edu
Phone: 847-491-3635

Biographical/Historical Information

Jan Herman (Jan. 2, 1942), editor, publisher, author and journalist, founded NOVA Broadcast Press as well as the journal San Francisco Earthquake (1967-1971.) He published Beat, post-Beat and Fluxus writers and artists such as William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Dick Higgins, Wolf Vostell, Norman Mustill, Claude Pelieu, Mary Beach, Liam O'Gallagher and Nanos Valaoritis. He worked with Higgins at Something Else Press, becoming the editor (1972-1974). He co-wrote Cut Up or Shut Up, with Carl Weissner and Jurgen Ploog, and published other experimental fiction. He is also the author of A Talent for Trouble, the biography of the director William Wyler.

As a journalist, he was a reporter and columnist at the Chicago Sun-Times, the New York Daily News and the Los Angeles Times (1981-1998), a National Arts Journalism fellow at Columbia University (1998-1999), and a senior editor at MSNBC.com (1999-2003).

Scope and Content

The Jan Herman Archive consists of the files of the NOVA Broadcast Press which published San Francisco Earthquake (1967 1969), a little magazine featuring avant-garde writers and concrete and beat generation poets of the 1960s. Many of them were connected with Fluxus.

Included are correspondence, manuscripts, graphics, and photocollages by such authors as Charles Bukowski, William Burroughs, Henri Chopin, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg, Walter Lowenfels, Claude Pelieu, Dick Higgins, Alison Knowles, and Carl Weissner, as well as a significant amount of Herman's own work.

Herman edited Dick Higgins's Something Else Press publications for a few years as well, so some correspondence relates to those publications. Thefinancial records of the NOVA Broadcast Press and the production files for San Francisco Earthquake are kept separate from the general files. There is also a collection of 8mm films, tapes, slides, and computer tapes. Monographs and serials in the archive have been catalogued for the McCormick Library if needed; duplicates remain with the collection.

Subjects

Corporate Name

Nova Broadcast Press

Subjects

Beat generation

Fluxus (Group of artists)


Container List / Contents

  • Correspondence
    • Manuscripts and graphics
    • Richard Abel, 1970-1971Box 1, Folder 1
    • ABYSS Publications (Gerard Dombrowski), 1969-1971Box 1, Folder 2
    • The Alternative Press (Ken Mikolowski), 1970Box 1, Folder 3
    • Maggy Altmann, 1972Box 1, Folder 4
    • Gabor Altorjay (postcard from Originalgrafik series), n.d.Box 1, Folder 5
    • American Literary Anthology (Victoria Schochet, George Plimpton, Peter B. Ardery), 1968-1971Box 1, Folder 6
    • AMS Press, Inc. re: "San Francisco Earthquake" agreement, 1971Box 1, Folder 7
    • Alan Ansen, 1968-1971Box 1, Folder 8
    • Kenneth Anger;, 1989Box 1, Folder 9
        Scope and Contents: Includes12 slides; Jan Herman [profile of Kenneth Anger], 5pp.; Anger correspondence with Burda Publications re: "Ambiente" magazine article, 1989, 2pp.
    • Minos Argyrakis, 1969Box 1, Folder 10
    • Arsenal, 1969Box 1, Folder 11
    • Asphodel Book Shop (James R. Lowell), 1966-1970Box 1, Folder 12
    • Dick Bakken, 1971Box 1, Folder 13
    • Lynne Banker, 1969Box 1, Folder 14
    • Subimal Basak, 1972Box 1, Folder 15
    • Bob Basara, 1970Box 1, Folder 16
    • Heiner Bastian, 1967-1969Box 1, Folder 17
    • Bill Bathurst, n.d.Box 1, Folder 18
        Scope and Contents: Includes Letter, 1p.; poem, "Time On My Hands", 1p.
    • Mary Beach (Beach Books); catalogues, 1967-1971Box 1, Folder 19
    • Sinclair Beiles and Annie Rooney, 1968Box 1, Folder 20
    • Sinclair Beiles and Annie Rooney, 1969Box 1, Folder 21
    • Sinclair Beiles and Annie Rooney, 1970-1971Box 1, Folder 22
    • Gerard Simon Belart, 1967-1971Box 1, Folder 23
    • Wallace Berman, 1968Box 1, Folder 24
    • Jeff Berner, 1968-1971Box 1, Folder 25
    • Re: Jamie Bernstein (George M. Pica), 1980Box 1, Folder 26
        Scope and Contents: Jan Herman, "Jamie Bernstein", 7pp.; press releases on Bernstein, 1980 by Tony Origlio. Jan Herman interviews with Bernstein, 11pp. 3 photographs, 2 contact sheets
    • Black Sparrow Press, 1968-1969Box 1, Folder 27
    • Doug Blazek, 1968-1971Box 1, Folder 28
    • Herbert Blumberg (Haverford College, Conflict Resolution Center), 1971Box 1, Folder 29
    • Robert Bly, 1970Box 1, Folder 30
    • Bookazine Co., Inc., 1969Box 1, Folder 31
    • Borestone Mountain Poetry Awards (Waddell Austin), 1969Box 1, Folder 32
    • J.F. Bory, 1969-1971Box 1, Folder 33
    • Kay Boyle, 1968Box 1, Folder 34
    • Udo Breger, 1971-1973Box 2, Folder 1
    • Ray Bremser, 1970Box 2, Folder 2
    • Alan Brilliant, 1968Box 2, Folder 3
    • Jim Brodey, 1968Box 2, Folder 4
    • D.J.R. Bruckner; Patricia O'Toole, 1968-1979Box 2, Folder 5
        Scope and Contents: Includes "City Lights in Modern Times," "Change" (March 1979), pp. 36-39
    • D.J.R. Bruckner, 1980-1983Box 2, Folder 6
        Scope and Contents: Includes D.J.R. Bruckner, "A Few Words of Grace," 27pp. Ryerson Lectures, University of Chicago: 1976: John T. Wilson, "Introductory Remarks," 11pp. 1978: Albert Dorfmann, "Answers without Questions and Questions without Answers," 20pp. 1979: Stephen Toulmin, "The Inwardness of Mental Life," 21pp.
    • D.J.R. Bruckner articles, photocopies, reprints from "The Los Angeles Times", 1967-1971Box 2, Folder 7
    • John and Joan Bryan ("San Francisco Phoenix"), 1971-1984Box 2, Folder 8
        Scope and Contents: Includes clippings
    • Charles Bukowski, 1970-1973Box 2, Folder 9
        Scope and Contents: Includes poem, "A Poem to Myself," 5pp.
    • Whit Burnett, 1969Box 2, Folder 10
    • William S. Burroughs, 1960-1984Box 2, Folder 11
        Scope and Contents: Includes correspondence; Jan Herman, Interview with Burroughs, March 8, 1984 (typescript, 14pp.; carbon copy, 14pp.; galleys) ; William S. Burroughs, 6pp. (Göttingen, 1972 Taschenbuch/Pocket Book) ; Publishing agreement between Something Else Press and William S. Burroughs, 1973
    • William S. BurroughsBox 2, Folder 12
        Scope and Contents: Includes 4 photographs ; W.S. Burroughs, "The Book of Breeething," [56]pp. photocopy; copy [47]pp. ; William Burroughs, "Edible Corpses, Killer Drugs and the Psychic CIA," in "Crawdaddy", July 1976, pp. 55-57. ; William Burroughs, "Time of the Assassins," in "Crawdaddy", June 1976, pp. 10-13; August 1976, pp. 14-16; September 1976, pp. 12-14.
    • William S. BurroughsBox 2, Folder 13
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Notes from Underground", no. 4 ("Bitch, Butch, Black and Bad"), 1977 ; Richard Goldstein, "An Interview with William Burroughs," in "College Papers", Fall 1979, pp. 37-38, 41-42 ; "Berkeley Barb", November 1-7, 1974, special issue Burroughs ; Craig Karpel, "With the Goat God" in "Oui", pp. 69-70, 96 ; William Burroughs, "Face to Face: William Burroughs Observes Its Rites," in "Oui", pp. 68, 92, 94 ; William Burroughs, "Kerouac," pp. 52-53, 55 ; Timothy Leary, "Gods Secret Agent," pp. 51-55, 83-85 ; Aram Saroyan, "A Death in the Family," in "Voice", April 22-28, 1981 ; John Tytell, "The Beat Generation and the Continuing Revolution," pp. 308-317 ; Reprint from "The American Scholar", v. 42 no. 2, Spring 1973 ; Howard Mandel, "Burroughs" "The Reader", April 10, 1981
    • Paul Carroll (Big Table Books), 1967Box 3, Folder 1
    • Gail Chiarello, 1971-1983Box 3, Folder 2
        Scope and Contents: Includes 4 photographs, drawing, resume
    • Henri Chopin, 1972Box 3, Folder 3
    • Malay Choudhuri, 1968Box 3, Folder 4
    • Pradip Choudhuri, 1967-1973Box 3, Folder 5
        Scope and Contents: Includes letter from George Dowden re: Choudhuri; "Labourrom," 1p.; "Labourroom," 1p.
    • City Lights Books (Nancy Joyce Peters), 1971-1975Box 3, Folder 6
    • Tom Clark (address only), n.d.Box 3, Folder 7
    • Cyril Clouts, 1970Box 3, Folder 8
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Monologue for Giordano," 5pp.
    • Andrei Codrescu; "14 Stories," 6pp. and typescript, 5pp. 16mm film, "1968-1969", 1973-1981Box 3, Folder 9
    • John Robert Colombo, 1969Box 3, Folder 10
    • Clark Coolidge, 1974Box 3, Folder 11
        Scope and Contents: Includes "The Clark Coolidge Issue," "Big Sky", #3, 1972
    • Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines (Caroline Rand Herron), 1968-1969Box 3, Folder 12
        Scope and Contents: Includes memos, press releases
    • Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines (George Faust, Caroline Rand Herron), 1970Box 3, Folder 13
        Scope and Contents: Includes annual report, 1969 (draft and published version); memos, press releases, minutes; resignation letter for Clayton Eshleman, May 4, 1970; photocopies of "Washington International Arts Letter" (v.9 no.4, 1970), "Congressional Record" (June 30, 1970)
    • Philip Corner, 1969Box 3, Folder 14
    • Committee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers (COSMEP) (Richard Morris), 1969-1972Box 3, Folder 15
        Scope and Contents: Includes address list for CCLM party; "COSMEP Newsletter" (v.1, no.4-5)
    • Bobbie Creeley; flyers, 1971Box 3, Folder 16
    • Herman Damen, 1968Box 3, Folder 17
    • Bernard De Boer, 1968Box 3, Folder 18
    • Ruby Dee, 1968Box 3, Folder 19
    • Allen De Loach, 1969-1970Box 3, Folder 20
    • Diane Di Prima, 1974Box 3, Folder 21
    • Norman Dishotsky, 1971Box 3, Folder 22
    • George Dowden, 1969-1970Box 4, Folder 1
    • Phil Du Plessis, 1968-1969Box 4, Folder 2
    • Gail Dusenbery, 1969-1970Box 4, Folder 3
    • Edition Tangente, 1969-1971Box 4, Folder 4
        Scope and Contents: Includes "A Call to Action"; Intermedia 69 brochure with calendar included
    • Russell Edson, 1968Box 4, Folder 5
    • Edwards Brothers, Inc.; re: "San Francisco Earthquake" printing, 1968-1969Box 4, Folder 6
    • Dov Erner, 1970Box 4, Folder 7
    • Manfred Esser, 1969Box 4, Folder 8
    • Maxwell Ewing, 1968Box 4, Folder 9
    • Larry Fagin, 1971Box 4, Folder 10
        Scope and Contents: Includes notes 1971; "Landscape" (Angel Hair Books, 1972)
    • Jorg Fauser, 1981Box 4, Folder 11
    • David Fechheimer, 1968Box 4, Folder 12
    • Wolfgang FeelischBox 4, Folder 13
        Scope and Contents: Includes Vice Versand catalog, 1968?
    • Jules FeifferBox 4, Folder 14
        Scope and Contents: Includes 3 photographs
    • Lawrence Ferlinghetti, 1968-1969Box 4, Folder 15
    • Roy Finer, 1982Box 4, Folder 16
    • Michael Fleisher, 1970Box 4, Folder 17
    • Bill Fox ("West Coast Poetry Review"); Jan Herman, "Interview with Emmett Williams," 22pp. carbon copy, 1975-1978Box 4, Folder 18
    • Peter Frank ("The SoHo Weekly News"), 1974Box 4, Folder 19
    • Franklin Square Agency (Michael Michaelson), re: "San Francisco Earthquake", 1968-1969Box 4, Folder 20
    • David Franks, 1969Box 4, Folder 21
    • Ken Friedman, 1967-1969Box 4, Folder 22
        Scope and Contents: Includes correspondence and flyers
    • Len Fulton (Dust Books), 1974Box 4, Folder 23
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Whole COSMEP Catalog", 4pp.
    • Kenneth Gangemi, 1968-1969Box 4, Folder 24
    • Dan Georgakas, 1972Box 4, Folder 25
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Interview with William Burroughs," London, August 1970, 10pp.; correspondence, 1972?
    • Jochen Gerz, 1968-1974Box 4, Folder 26
        Scope and Contents: Includes 6 photographs
    • Michael Gibbs, 1971Box 4, Folder 27
    • Morgan Gibson, 1968-1970Box 4, Folder 28
    • Allen Ginsberg correspondence, 1968-1970Box 4, Folder 29
    • Allen Ginsberg, 1977-1981Box 4, Folder 30
        Scope and Contents: Includes 4 cassettes, 1 contact sheet, 3 photographs, negatives; miscellaneous receipts; Jan Herman, "Interview with Allen Ginsberg," 9pp.; "Ginsberg," 9pp. Flyer for reading of "Howl" on November 14, 1981 "Allen Ginsberg: Autobiographical Precis," 4pp.; Jan Hermans review of "Journals: Early Fifties Early Sixties" by Allen Ginsberg, edited by Gordon Ball, [1977], 3pp. with letter carbon to Jean Adelsman, "Show", 1977, 1p.; Miscellaneous newspaper articles on Ginsberg.
    • John Giorno, publicity flyers, 1968-1969Box 4, Folder 31
    • Michel Giroud, 1972Box 4, Folder 32
    • David Gitin, 1970Box 4, Folder 33
    • Glide Publications (Donald L. Kuhn), 1971Box 5, Folder 1
    • Uwe GöbelBox 5, Folder 2
        Scope and Contents: Includes"Take a Look at Yourself", 13 Mai 18 Mai 1995, Kunsthalle Bielefeld. Uwe Göbel and Christine Engel, "Zehn Buchstaben zum 10. Forum Typografie Köln", 1993. Uwe Göbel, "Mode von 18. Jahrhundert. . ." 16 Dezember 1994 26 February 1995, Modemuseum München
    • Gotham Book Mart publicity and catalogsBox 5, Folder 3
    • Spaulding GrayBox 5, Folder 4
        Scope and Contents: Includes 2 photographs
    • Ronald Gross, 1968-1969Box 5, Folder 5
        Scope and Contents: Includes 5 photographs (Jackson Mac Low and R. Gross)
    • John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1968-1969Box 5, Folder 6
        Scope and Contents: Includes correspondence and materials re: Jan Herman application for fellowship
    • Hammond Guthrie, 1970-1972Box 5, Folder 7
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Electric Arabic," 1971
    • Brion Gysin, 1970-1974Box 5, Folder 8
        Scope and Contents: Includes 10 photographs
    • Janet Hardy, 1968Box 5, Folder 9
    • John Hamilton, 1967Box 5, Folder 10
    • Nick Harvey, 1970Box 5, Folder 11
    • Robert Head, 1969Box 5, Folder 12
    • Bernard Heidsieck, 1971-1976Box 5, Folder 13
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Livres objets estampes (Le Soleil Noir)"
    • Mary HemingwayBox 5, Folder 14
        Scope and Contents: Includes Jan Herman, "Interview," 13pp.
    • Robert Heslen, 1967Box 5, Folder 15
        Scope and Contents: Includes miscellaneous poems, 5pp.
    • Dick Higgins, 1968-1971Box 5, Folder 16
    • Dick Higgins, 1972-1983Box 5, Folder 17
    • Dick HigginsBox 5, Folder 18
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Lightworks", no. 11/12, 13 (1979-1980) ; "The Something Else Press," "New Lazarus Review", v.2#1
    • Jack Hirschman, 1968-1970Box 5, Folder 19
    • Eje Hgesttt, 1974Box 5, Folder 20
    • Agence Hoffman (Munich), 1970Box 5, Folder 21
    • Michael Horowitz, 1971-1975Box 5, Folder 22
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Declaration of Independence for Dr. Timothy Leary, July 4, 1971," draft, 8pp; final version, 8pp.; Correspondence re: Memorial Dope Library
    • Jose Maria Iglesias, 1970Box 5, Folder 23
    • Independent Printing Co. (J.H. Goodman) re: NOVA Broadcast Press, 1968-1971Box 5, Folder 24
    • Dennis Jasudowicz, 1968Box 6, Folder 1
    • Onwuchekwa Jemie, 1968Box 6, Folder 2
    • Pierre Joris, 1971Box 6, Folder 3
    • Kayak Press (George Hitchcock), 1970Box 6, Folder 4
    • Jack KerouacBox 6, Folder 5
        Scope and Contents: Includes 6 photographs
    • Alison Knowles, 1969-1971Box 6, Folder 6
    • Michael Koehler, 1972Box 6, Folder 7
    • John Kois (Kaleidoscope Publishing), 1969Box 6, Folder 8
    • Henry Korn, 1971Box 6, Folder 9
    • Richard Kostelanetz, 1968-1981Box 6, Folder 10
    • Steve Kowit, 1970Box 6, Folder 11
    • KPFA application form 1971Box 6, Folder 12
    • Kraus Reprint Co., 1968-1973Box 6, Folder 13
        Scope and Contents: Includes memorandum of agreement for Earthquake Books and Kraus Reprint Co. (Peter Kraus)
    • KRAB Radio (Michael Wiater), 1972Box 6, Folder 14
    • Ferdinand Kriwet, 1969-1972Box 6, Folder 15
    • Philip Lamantia; poem "Horse," 1p., 1969Box 6, Folder 16
    • Larry Laske, 1971Box 6, Folder 17
    • Timothy Leary, 1971Box 6, Folder 18
    • F. Legros, 1968Box 6, Folder 19
    • Jacques Lepage, 1970-1972Box 6, Folder 20
    • Philip Levine, 1970Box 6, Folder 21
    • Bill Levy, 1972-1975Box 6, Folder 22
        Scope and Contents: "Suck turns flesh into Words" ("Suck", no. 8, June 1974)
    • Tony Levy, 1970Box 6, Folder 23
    • Walter Lowenfels, 1968Box 6, Folder 24
        Scope and Contents: Includes "The Universal Bubble," 1p.; "Epitaph for my Typewriter," 1p.
    • Graham Macintosh, 1969-1975Box 6, Folder 25
    • Michael Macnamara, 1969-1970Box 6, Folder 26
    • Robin Magowan, n.d.Box 6, Folder 27
    • Norman MailerBox 6, Folder 28
        Scope and Contents: Includes: photograph; cassette tape of interview; Jan Herman, "Mailer Taking Stock," 8pp. typescript and carbon; draft, 10pp.; 2 copies; check stubs and receipts
    • Richard Mangelsdorff (Kaleidoscope Press), 1968-1969Box 6, Folder 29
    • Michael March, 1970Box 6, Folder 30
    • Norman Marcus, 1971Box 6, Folder 31
    • Paul Marlowe, 1971-1972Box 6, Folder 32
    • Mrz Verlag, 1969Box 6, Folder 33
    • George Mattingly (Blue Wind Press), 1974-1982Box 6, Folder 34
        Scope and Contents: Includes Blue Wind Press catalogues, 1975/1976, 1980; review of Blue Wind publishing: John Updike, "Books: Dark Smile, Devilish Saints," "The New Yorker", August 11, 1980.
    • Tom Maschler, 1968Box 7, Folder 1
    • McBride Brothers and Broadley, 1968Box 7, Folder 2
        Scope and Contents: Includes catalog
    • Tom McNamara, 1969Box 7, Folder 3
    • Media Research Institute, n.d.Box 7, Folder 4
    • Mediacontact (Dietmar Kirves), 1971Box 7, Folder 5
    • Joey Mellen, 1969Box 7, Folder 6
        Scope and Contents: Includes correspondence, "Something to Teach," 7pp.
    • Richard Meyers, 1968-1969Box 7, Folder 7
    • Jack Micheline, 1969, 1982Box 7, Folder 8
    • James MichenerBox 7, Folder 9
        Scope and Contents: Includes Jan Herman, "Michener [interview]," 13pp. Jan Herman, "James Michener interview at the Plaza in Manhattan," November 13, 1980, 17pp.
    • Miles Associates (Barry Miles), 1971-1973Box 7, Folder 10
    • Jeffrey Miller, 1970Box 7, Folder 11
    • David Mitchell, 1967-1969Box 7, Folder 12
    • Tradib Mitra, 1969Box 7, Folder 13
        Scope and Contents: Includes one photograph
    • John Montgomery, 1968Box 7, Folder 14
    • Mildred Morris, 1971Box 7, Folder 15
    • Richard Morris (Camels Coming Press), 1971Box 7, Folder 16
    • Norman O. Mustill, 1968-1974Box 7, Folder 17
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Three Untitled Poems for Dick Wold," 1973, 4pp.; "Grease Rack, [with towelette attached]," 1974; Norman O. Mustill publishing agreement with Something Else Press, October 11, 1973 for "Paper Cuts"; "Peace in Vietnam @ 3 3/4 ips" with magnetic tape strip of Richard M. Nixon saying "peace in Vietnam," 1973.
    • National Council on the Arts, 1969Box 7, Folder 18
    • Dave "Harry" Newman, 1966-1968Box 7, Folder 19
    • Nola Express (Robert Head), 1968-1969Box 7, Folder 20
    • Harold Norse, 1967-1972Box 7, Folder 21
    • Northwestern University Library (Richard Press, R. Russell Maylone), 1971-1973Box 7, Folder 22
        Scope and Contents: Includes Peter Howard, Serendipity Books; Hermans list of writers in San Francisco Earthquake and Nova Express archives
    • Nothing Doing in London (Anthony Barnett), 1968Box 7, Folder 23
    • Liam OGallagher, 1968-1982Box 7, Folder 24
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Manifesto," 1p.; "How Does it Feel. . ." [1974]; Institute for Fundamental Studies [proposal], 5pp.; "Nostalgia," 1p.; The Ojai Foundation [program pamphlet and calendar], 1982-1983
    • Omnibus News (Thomas Niggl), 1969Box 7, Folder 25
    • Opus International, n.d.Box 7, Folder 26
    • Steve Osterlund, 1969Box 7, Folder 27
    • Pacifica WBAL-FM (Ruth Rotko, Julia Curtis, Charles Amirkhanian), 1971Box 7, Folder 28
    • Ron Padgett, 1969Box 7, Folder 29
    • Daniela Palazzoli, 1969Box 7, Folder 30
    • Panache, Inc. (Rosalie Frank), 1969-1970Box 7, Folder 31
    • Jim Parker, 1967-1969Box 7, Folder 32
    • Parnassus Press (Herman Schein) re: "Un-American Express", 1970-1971Box 7, Folder 33
    • "Partisan Review" (Caroline Rand Herron, William Phillips, Patricia T. Cross), 1970-1971Box 7, Folder 34
    • Kenneth Patchen, 1967Box 7, Folder 35
    • Claude Pelieu, 1968-1969Box 7, Folder 36
    • Elena Pelli, 1969-1970Box 7, Folder 37
    • Michele Perfetti, 1969Box 7, Folder 38
    • Paloma Picasso, 1969Box 8, Folder 1
    • Jose Alcides Pinto, 1969-1970Box 8, Folder 2
    • Charles Plymell, 1968Box 8, Folder 3
        Scope and Contents: Includes several short poems
    • Jean-Marc Poinsot, 1971Box 8, Folder 4
    • Jaimie Pommy-Vega, 1968Box 8, Folder 5
    • Michael Portman, 1970Box 8, Folder 6
    • Esther Posner, 1969Box 8, Folder 7
    • Michael Prigent, 1970-1971Box 8, Folder 8
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Slice of Life with Gravy," 2pp.; letters sometimes include poems
    • Jindrich Prochazka, 1968-1969Box 8, Folder 9
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Sesity", no. 27, 1969
    • Publicity for "San Francisco Earthquake"Box 8, Folder 10
        Scope and Contents: Includes mailing labels, address lists, examples of advertising in serials, etc.
    • Margaret Randall, 1968-1970Box 8, Folder 11
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Concerning the Suppression of El Corno Emplumado," 3pp.
    • Edward Ruscha, 1968Box 8, Folder 12
    • Debi Ray, 1967Box 8, Folder 13
        Scope and Contents: Includes "As the Open Bible, my beloved, you the only Religion and Hunger," 1p.
    • Reflections Press (Dietrich Albrecht);, 1969-1971Box 8, Folder 14
    • Register of Copyrights, 1968-1969 for "San Francisco Earthquake", and 1973 for "Brion Gysin Let the Mice In".Box 8, Folder 15
    • Reprint permissions from Lerici editore, 1969Box 8, Folder 16
    • Reviews: "San Francisco Earthquake", 1968-1969Box 8, Folder 17
    • Richard Romanoff, "Lecture on the Future of the World," 3pp., n.d.Box 8, Folder 18
    • Herb Rosen, n.d.Box 8, Folder 19
    • "San Francisco Express Times", billing, 1968Box 8, Folder 20
    • Ed Sanders; "The Hairy Table," 12pp., 1971Box 8, Folder 21
    • Irwin Savodnik, 1966-1969Box 8, Folder 22
    • Marty Schneider, 1970Box 8, Folder 23
    • Hannelore Schwengers, 1972Box 8, Folder 24
    • Robert Ian Scott, 1968Box 8, Folder 25
    • Geoffrey Sharits, photocopies of various poemsBox 8, Folder 26
    • Sam Shepard, one photographBox 8, Folder 27
    • Mieko Shiomi, 1971-1972Box 8, Folder 28
    • James Silver, 1968Box 8, Folder 29
    • James Silver, 1969, 1988Box 8, Folder 30
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Eight Months on a Chinese Junk," 4pp.
    • Carlo Sitta, 1969-1971Box 8, Folder 31
    • Small Publishers Co. (Michael E. Hoffman), 1969Box 8, Folder 32
    • Archiv Sohm, 1969-1970Box 8, Folder 33
    • Raphael Sohm, 1971Box 8, Folder 34
    • Something Else Press (Dick Higgins), 1969Box 8, Folder 35
    • "Something Else Press Yearbook," permissions letters from authors for 1971, 1971Box 8, Folder 36
    • Ian Sommerville, 1973Box 8, Folder 37
    • Adriano Spatola, 1969-1971Box 9, Folder 1
    • George Stanley, 1968Box 9, Folder 2
    • Peter Stansill, 1968Box 9, Folder 3
    • Mark Stefanyshyn, 1968-1969Box 9, Folder 4
    • Martin Steingesser, 1968-1969Box 9, Folder 5
    • Stephan Stepanchev, 1973Box 9, Folder 6
    • Michael StraightBox 9, Folder 7
        Scope and Contents: Includes re: Ed Sanders; Michael Straight, "Twigs for an Eagless Nest, "Government and the Arts: 1965-1978, (Devon Press, 1979) pp. 25-28
    • Gay TaleseBox 9, Folder 8
        Scope and Contents: Includes Jan Herman, "Talese" [interviews with six drafts, notes, etc. each from three to thirteen pages]
    • Gay Talese, 1980Box 9, Folder 9
        Scope and Contents: Includes Jan Herman "Talese Interview," March 22, 1980, [29]pp.; Talese telephone interview, 4pp.; Nan Talese interview, April 10-11, 1980, [12]pp.; William Morris agents Owen Laster and Martin Bauer, [5]pp.; "Book begins in 1957. . .," 12pp.; correspondence with Tom Durkin, 1980
    • Hal Tokay, 1969Box 9, Folder 10
    • "Tri-Quarterly" (Charles Newman, Janet Clevenstine, Michael Mcnamara), 1970Box 9, Folder 11
    • Unicorn Press (Alan Brilliant), 1968-1969Box 9, Folder 12
        Scope and Contents: Includes Unicorn Press poetry catalogue, 1969; Unicorn checklist, 1967-1969; photograph
    • Unmuzzled Ox (Michael Andre, M. Nakell), 1971-1972Box 9, Folder 13
    • USCITA, 1970Box 9, Folder 14
    • University Microfilms, re: "San Francisco Earthquake", 1969Box 9, Folder 15
    • Jiri Valoch, 1969Box 9, Folder 16
    • Nanos Valaoritis, 1969-1972Box 9, Folder 17
        Scope and Contents: Includes one photograph
    • Nanos Valaoritis, 1973-1974, 1983, 1996Box 9, Folder 18
        Scope and Contents: Includes "I Am Everybody," 1p.; "A Classical Education," 1982 [40]pp.; "ufo" [reprint from "The Berkeley Graduate", 1978], 1p.
    • Andre Vandegeerde, 1971Box 9, Folder 19
    • Tom Veitch, 1969-1971Box 9, Folder 20
    • Viking Press, Inc., re: "American Literary Anthology", 1969-1970Box 9, Folder 21
    • Wolf Vostell, 1968-1972Box 9, Folder 22
    • Anne and Lewis Walsh, 1968Box 9, Folder 23
    • War Resisters League, 1971Box 9, Folder 24
    • Jon and Louise Webb (Loujon Press), 1968-1971Box 9, Folder 25
        Scope and Contents: Includes a photocopy of Jon Webb obituary, June 11, 1971
    • Ted Wilentz, 1969-1972Box 9, Folder 26
    • Emmett Williams, 1969-1976Box 9, Folder 27
        Scope and Contents: Includes two photographs, negatives
    • Heathcote Williams, 1970Box 9, Folder 28
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Love Is Psychic Capitalism," 1p.; "Suck Manifesto," 1p. (signed)
    • William Carlos WilliamsBox 9, Folder 29
        Scope and Contents: Includes [galley?] of published letter to "Dear Carl," September 7, 1957
    • Unidentified correspondence and poemsBox 9, Folder 30
        Scope and Contents: Includes Letter from "Maggy," 21 Mar 1972 re: Roberto. "A Christmas Play" for Joseph Cornell event card. Poem, "cdtcdtcdtctc. . . ", 1p.; "The Cosmos: Something from Nothing?" 14pp.
    • Carl Weissner, Jan Herman carbon copies, 1967Box 10, Folder 1
    • Carl Weissner, Jan Herman carbon copies, 1968Box 10, Folder 2
    • Carl Weissner, Jan Herman carbon copies, 1969Box 10, Folder 3
    • Carl Weissner, Jan Herman carbon copies, 1970, Jan-JunBox 10, Folder 4
    • Carl Weissner, Jan Herman carbon copies, 1970, Jul-DecBox 10, Folder 5
    • Carl Weissner, Jan Herman carbon copies, 1971Box 10, Folder 6
    • Carl Weissner, Jan Herman carbon copies, 1972Box 10, Folder 7
    • Carl Weissner, Jan Herman carbon copies; "Gasolin 23", no. 2, April 1973, 1973Box 10, Folder 8
    • Carl Weissner, Jan Herman carbon copies, 1974Box 10, Folder 9
    • Carl Weissner, Jan Herman carbon copies or originals, 1975Box 10, Folder 10
    • Carl Weissner, Jan Herman carbon copies or originals, 1976Box 10, Folder 11
    • Carl Weissner, Jan Herman carbon copies, 1977Box 10, Folder 12
    • Carl Weissner, Jan Herman carbon copies, 1978Box 11, Folder 1
    • Carl Weissner, Jan Herman copies, 1979Box 11, Folder 2
    • Carl Weissner, Jan Herman copies or originals, 1980Box 11, Folder 3
    • Carl Weissner, Jan Herman copies, 1981Box 11, Folder 4
    • Carl Weissner, Jan Herman copies; "The American Pen", Fall 1975, with letter by John Morrone, 1982Box 11, Folder 5
    • Carl Weissner, Jan Herman copies, 1983Box 11, Folder 6
    • Carl Weissner, Jan Herman copies, 1984Box 11, Folder 7
    • Carl Weissner, Jan Herman copies, 1985Box 11, Folder 8
    • Carl Weissner, Jan Herman copies or originals, 1986Box 11, Folder 9
        Scope and Contents: Includes includes photocopies of Carl Weissners correspondence with Nelson Algren, 1978-1981
    • Carl Weissner, Robert A. Tibbetts, 1987Box 11, Folder 10
    • Carl Weissner, 1988-1989Box 11, Folder 11
    • Carl Weissner, 1992-2002Box 11, Folder 12
    • Carl WeissnerBox 11, Folder 13
        Scope and Contents: Includes17 photographs, undated greeting cards, miscellaneous envelopes
    • Geoffrey Wolfe, 1970Box 11, Folder 14
    • Adrianna Wood, 1970Box 11, Folder 15
    • Alexander Yaniv, 1976Box 11, Folder 16
    • Konrad Zobel, 1969-1971Box 11, Folder 17
    • James Anderson, [1969]Box 12, Folder 1
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Gun Moll Talk" [56 cards]
    • Alan Ansen, [1969]Box 12, Folder 2
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Introduction to Routines," 2pp.; "Fritzlhasenpfeffer: A Routine," 1p.; "Playing for Keeps: A Routine," 2pp.; "Slumming: A Whig Exercise," 1p.; "Canon Lou: An Interview," 2pp.; "Professor Joe: A Candidate for the Presidency," 1p.; "Booby Trapping Baby: A Position Paper," 1p.
    • Minos ArgyrakisBox 12, Folder 3
        Scope and Contents: Includes "And the City Swam in Black Flags," 2pp. galleys
    • Antonin ArtaudBox 12, Folder 4
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Here Then the Question," 16pp.; "The Cahier Lutece or the Repudiation of Baptism," 6pp.; galleys
    • Jennifer Bartlett, 1971Box 12, Folder 5
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Cleopatra I-IV," 90pp.
    • Subimal BasakBox 12, Folder 6
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Guerilla Indignance," 10pp.
    • Mary Beach, 1968Box 12, Folder 7
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Whos in Charge Here?" 2pp.; "After Station Identification," 6pp. and 15pp.; "The Gigantic American Handshake," 1p.; "Celine," 2pp. translation
    • Sinclair Beiles and Annie RooneyBox 12, Folder 8
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Alice in Progress," [15pp. and 6pp.]; "Manifesto," 1p.; "The Exodus," 4pp.; "Political Quake," 1p.; "A Twisted Nerve," 2pp.; "To All the Annes Male and Female Confined in Mental Hospitals," 3pp.; "I was launched into space," 1p.; "Collectors Corner," 1p.; "The Rough Ride," 1p.; "The Fate of Mr. Crossroads," 1p.; "Fantasia," 1p.; "The Fashion War," 1p.; "UPI Desk, Paris," 2pp., "President Lincoln issued. . . " 1p.
    • Gerard Simon Belart, 1967Box 12, Folder 9
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Deadly Dialogue," 28pp.; "The Adventures of Poet-Man," 1p.; 6 miscellaneous sketches
    • Jeff Berner, 1969Box 12, Folder 10
        Scope and Contents: Includes "The Innerspace Project," 3pp.
    • Ted Berrigan, 1967Box 12, Folder 11
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Many Happy Returns to Dick Gallup," 3pp.[Grabhorn-Hoyem, 1967]; Ted Berrigan and Tom Clark, "Pound Sterling," 3pp.
    • Julien BlaineBox 12, Folder 12
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Breuvage Epandu," 2pp. "Mai 1968: manifeste sous forme didogrammes" (1968) with presentation note on postcard laid in.
    • Doug BlazekBox 12, Folder 13
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Small Press Riprap" excerpts; "Cartwheel Newsflashes of Paper Cut-Outs," 2pp.; "Reckoning the Clock, the Revolver," 2pp.; "Kidnapping Respiration," 1p.; "The New Eye," 2pp.; "Circular Tomorrow," 2pp. Presentation copies of: "Baptismal Corruption in the Sunflower Patch" (Runcible Spoon, 1969); "Fuck Off, Unless You Take Off That Mask" (Gunrunner Press, 1969); "This Is What You Wanted, Isnt It?" (Augtwofive, 1970); "Why Man Goes to the Moon" (1970)
    • Marie BlomerusBox 12, Folder 14
        Scope and Contents: Includes Miscellaneous poems, 4pp.
    • J.F. Bory, 1970Box 12, Folder 15
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Amenophis", no. 8, 1970; 3 photos; 4 miscellaneous printed graphics, untitled.
    • D.P.M. BotesBox 12, Folder 16
        Scope and Contents: Includes Miscellaneous poems, 11pp.
    • Robert Branaman, 1966Box 12, Folder 17
        Scope and Contents: Includes holograph text on envelope addressed to Charles Plymell with note inside, 1p.
    • George Brecht, 1961Box 12, Folder 18
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Three Chair Events, 1p.
    • Bonnie and Ray Bremser. "Drive Suite", galleys and proofs. Nova Broadcast Press, 1968Box 12, Folder 19
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Poems of Madness" (Paper Book Gallery, 1965)
    • Jim BrodeyBox 12, Folder 20
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Born Standing Up," 17pp.; "Long distance quote," 1p.; miscellaneous poems, 3pp.
    • Charles BukowskiBox 12, Folder 21
        Scope and Contents: Includes "A Poem to Myself," 3pp.; publicity
    • William Burroughs. "So Who Owns Death TV?" (Beach Books, 1967); "The Dead Star," 7pp.; "Old Fashioned Books," 1p.; "Salt Chunk Mary," 2pp.; "The Cold Spring News"; "Palm Sunday Tape," 2pp. and 6pp.; "They Just Fade Away," 4pp. copyBox 12, Folder 22
    • Gregory CorsoBox 12, Folder 23
        Scope and Contents: Includes Miscellaneous poems, 10pp.; "Gasoline" (The Pocket Poets Series, no. 8) presentation copy.
    • Allen DeLoachBox 12, Folder 24
        Scope and Contents: Includes "The Poem Is a Real Thing, Baby," 6pp.; "lamp-ion-diffus," 1p.
    • Harmen Deman, 1968Box 12, Folder 25
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Design Kinetic Pouim," 3pp.
    • Diane DiPrima, 1971Box 12, Folder 26
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Prayer to the Mothers"; "So Fine" (Yes! Press)
    • Norman Dishotsky, 1970Box 12, Folder 27
        Scope and Contents: Includes "LSD Use and Genetic Damage: A Critical Review," 33pp.; "No Long-Term Chromosome Damage after Massive Drug Abuse or LSD Treatment," 10pp.
    • George Dowden, 1970Box 12, Folder 28
        Scope and Contents: Includes "This is the Land of the Dead, the Island of the Blessed" (West Howe: Bournemouth Hants)
    • Sean DuckerBox 12, Folder 29
        Scope and Contents: Includes "No Apparent Head, Consistently Frivolous," 3pp.; "Red blood bones on the back porch. . .," 5pp.; "Across the plains of forgotten wildflowers. . .," 6pp.; "Gold room promises blot on the walls. . .," 6pp.(by Kay Boyle?); miscellaneous poems, 2pp.
    • Phil DuPlessisBox 12, Folder 30
        Scope and Contents: Includes Miscellaneous poems, 7pp.
    • Gail DusenberyBox 12, Folder 31
        Scope and Contents: Includes Miscellaneous poems, 7pp.
    • Wolfgang FeelischBox 12, Folder 32
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Lebenslauf," 1p.
    • Lawrence Ferlinghetti, 1967-1971Box 12, Folder 33
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Wind-Bell Night-Dream," 3pp.; "Tyrannus Nix," 6pp.; "Assassination Raga," 6pp.; "After the Cries of the Birds" (Haselwood Books, 1967); "Mexican Journal," 4pp.; "A World Awash with Fascism and Fear" (Cranium Press, 1971); "High Noon, High Night, Salome, Arizona," 1p.; "Meditation on Observation-Affliction," 7pp.; "The Mind of Che Guevara a Day after his Death," 4pp.; "Wilfred Funk," 6pp. copy; miscellaneous poems and collages, 7pp.; "Moscow in the Wilderness, Segovia in the Snow" (Beach Books, 1967), with corrections and note: "Final corrected for reprint, LF"
    • Michael FleisherBox 13, Folder 1
        Scope and Contents: Includes "2nd Journal: Attendant Must Be Present," 171pp.
    • Ken Friedman, 1963-1968Box 13, Folder 2
        Scope and Contents: Includes "O.K. Joe Sonata," 10pp.; "Leave It All Behind," 5pp.; miscellaneous poems, graphics, event flyers, 57pp.;
    • Jochen Gerz, 1968-1970Box 13, Folder 3
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Liberte de Parole" (Editions du Soleil Noir, 1969), 4pp.; "Alternative alla memoria," 2pp.; "Footing," 9 photos; "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Bourgeois," 1 photo; [12 photos of a demonstration], "No Word Please," 2 photos; "Theory of Mobile Texts," 3 photos; "Six Exhibits," with "329" on verso; "Is There Life on Earth?" 4pp.; "Aktionsraum 1," 2pp.; "Versprechen vergessen," 2pp.; "La situation notoire. . ." 2pp. with translation by Jan Herman, 5pp.; "Un Dictionnaire des Litteratures paralleles," 1p.; "Motre langage est etroitement," 2pp.
    • Allen Ginsberg, 1967-1968Box 13, Folder 4
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Genocide," 2pp.; "Pentagon Exorcism," 1p.; "Howl and Other Poems" (City Lights Books, 1967) presentation copy to Jan Herman.
    • John Giorno, 1968Box 13, Folder 5
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Rainbow Fire," 11pp.
    • Jeanne GoosenBox 13, Folder 6
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Poem for 1968," 1p.
    • Ron GrossBox 13, Folder 7
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Kinetic Pop Poem (List of Victims)"; "Material Poem," 1p.; "Practice Drill," 1p.
    • John HainesBox 13, Folder 8
        Scope and Contents: Includes Miscellaneous poems, 16pp.
    • John Hamilton, 1967Box 13, Folder 9
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Manifest" and "Open Letter," 1967, 6pp.; Miscellaneous poems, 8pp.
    • Bernard Heidsieck, 1973Box 13, Folder 10
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Petit machine a Mots," 3pp. collage
    • Piero HeliczerBox 13, Folder 11
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Theres a certain board. . ." 1p.
    • Dick Higgins. "A Book about Love and War and Death" (Nova Broadcast Press, 1969); "Ode to London," 1967, 1p. "Women, Like Horses," 1969, 7pp.; "Four Dangers, a Structure, and a Symphony," 1961, 2pp.; "London," 1963, 1p.; "Snake in the Grass; a variation on Concretion Number Eight," 1p.; "The Tart, or Miss America," 1963, 8pp.; "Two Things," 1p.; "Seven Lectures," 2pp., 1961-1969Box 13, Folder 12
    • Jack HirschmanBox 13, Folder 13
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Vowel Points," 8pp.
    • Peter HornBox 13, Folder 14
        Scope and Contents: Includes Miscellaneous poems, 7pp.
    • Bart Huges, 1965-1967Box 13, Folder 15
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Hole Ahead," 50pp.; "Open Letter from Bart Huges to Dr. J. Ariens Kappers. . ." August 23, 1965, 2pp. and December 31, 1965, 2pp.; 1 photograph
    • Dennis JasudowiczBox 13, Folder 16
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Diarrhoea," 3pp.; "The Insects: Nixon Is President or Goy Bless America," 7pp.
    • Onwuchekwa Jemie, 1966-1967Box 13, Folder 17
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Biafra," 1967, 13pp.; "Voyage," 10pp.; "Time Is Passing Me By and miscellaneous poems," 5pp.; "Tentative Rythmic Prologue," 1966, 6pp.; "Toward a Poetics," 4pp.; "Tentative Rhythmic Prologue to a Nine-Chapter Novel," 1966, 6pp.
    • Wopko JensmaBox 13, Folder 18
        Scope and Contents: Includes Miscellaneous poems, 4pp.
    • Bob Kaufman, 1961Box 13, Folder 19
        Scope and Contents: Includes "African Dream," 1p.; "Golden Sardine" (The Pocket Poets Series, no. 21), presentation copy.
    • Wilhelm KnobelBox 13, Folder 20
        Scope and Contents: Includes Miscellaneous poems, 4pp.
    • Richard KostelanetzBox 13, Folder 21
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Radical Thought for Our Time," 12pp. (2 drafts); "The Art of Pornographic Fiction Today," 19pp. copy; "Why Assembling?" 1970, 2pp. re: "Assembling" journal.
    • Ferdinand Kriwet, 1967-1969Box 13, Folder 22
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Decomposition of the Literary Unit," 25pp.; 60 photographs of exhibit installations at Essen, Ulm, Köln, 1968-1969 including Teletext, Mixed Media, Kunstverein Köln, Chromo-signs, Textcubes, and Textschwimmer
    • Kunstmarkt Göttingen, 1971Box 13, Folder 23
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Einladung zum 2. Kunstmarkt der Stadt Göttingen und Kunstkongress." 3 June 1971-6 June 1971; poster: "2. Kunstmarkt Göttingen Kunstkongress 1971."
    • Kunstzone, 1971Box 13, Folder 24
        Scope and Contents: Includes Kunstzone München 1971 Fragebogen (questionnaire), registration materials; poster: "Kunstzone München 1971" (with text and photographs on verso of poster)
    • Adai Kyno, 1967-1968Box 13, Folder 25
        Scope and Contents: Includes Letter with poems, 9pp.; photograph; letter to Lawrence Ferlinghetti with copies of same and additional poems, 12pp.; "Psychedelic Poems,1945-1967," 9pp.
    • Timothy Leary, 1970Box 14, Folder 1
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Timothy Leary v. State of California" (City Lights, 1970) with note: "typeset by Jan Herman"
    • Jean-Jacques Lebel, 1966-1968Box 14, Folder 2
        Scope and Contents: Includes "A Conversation between David Wise and Jean-Jacques Lebel," 1967, 9pp.; [interview with Jean-Jacques Lebel by Saul Gottlieb], 1966, pp. 7-30; "I was a poet for the FBI," 2pp.; [questions from J.J. Lebel answered by Jan Herman], 2pp.; miscellaneous Lebel photo reprints, 1960-1968, 8pp.; "Poem for Carl," 1969, 1p. collage
    • Tony LevyBox 14, Folder 3
        Scope and Contents: Includes Miscellaneous poem typescripts, 5pp.
    • Paolo LionniBox 14, Folder 4
        Scope and Contents: Includes "The International Times", no. 5 with presentation note to Jan Herman "To the Queen"
    • "Recollections of the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of 1906," 1964, 7pp., 1964Box 14, Folder 5
    • Stephen MacDonogh, 1971Box 14, Folder 6
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Prologue in Pandemonium," 4pp.; "Anna Klittik and the Aynell Arotnik Gang," 35pp. of excerpts.
    • Michael Macnamara, 1965-1968Box 14, Folder 7
        Scope and Contents: Includes Miscellaneous poems, 13pp.
    • Robin MagowanBox 14, Folder 8
        Scope and Contents: Includes "For Our Friends the Novelists," 4pp.
    • Rich Mangelsdorf. "The New York poets are much maligned. . ." 2pp.Box 14, Folder 9
    • Joyce MansourBox 14, Folder 10
        Scope and Contents: Includes Miscellaneous poems, 3pp.
    • Mrz VerlagBox 14, Folder 11
        Scope and Contents: Includes Poster: "Acid: Neue Amerikanische Szene."
    • Clive Matson. "Space Age," 4pp.Box 14, Folder 12
    • Jeff Nutall, 1965-196?Box 14, Folder 13
        Scope and Contents: Includes "The Wet Dream of 1923," 1965, 3pp.; "Songs Sacred and Secular", 39pp.; excerpt from "Eighteen Murders" by Christian Parsley, 2pp.; miscellaneous poems and graphics, 6pp.
    • Jack Micheline, 1964-1968Box 14, Folder 14.10
        Scope and Contents: Includes "A Paris Notebook," [1964, 139pp.] "Fat Annie and Other Poems," 39pp.; Miscellaneous poems and pages from "Fat Annie," 11pp.; "Poem to Buk and the brave," 1968, 5pp.
    • Jack Micheline, 1960-1968Box 14, Folder 14.20
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Skinny Dynamite and Other Stories," 104pp. [Court declaration of Jack Micheline in support of John Bryan. . .constitutionally protected expression], 1969, 4pp. Additional stories include: "The Legend of Tambi," "Night of Oblivion and Truth," "Kid Gomez," "Jesse," "The Tides of the Sea," "Benny and Blue," "The Horse Player," "Librizzi Childhood"
    • Jean-Claude MoineauBox 14, Folder 15
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Meta-Art; avec la collaboration de Christine Fragny" (s.l., s.n., 197-?)
    • George Montgomery, 1968Box 14, Folder 16
        Scope and Contents: Note: Includes "Vacancy," 1968, 2pp.; [untitled], pp.6-47
    • Richard MorrisBox 14, Folder 17
        Scope and Contents: Includes Camels Coming Press broadside poems, 3pp.
    • Otto MuehlBox 14, Folder 18
        Scope and Contents: Includes Mama and Papa film publicity, 1p.
    • Norman Ogue MustillBox 14, Folder 19
        Scope and Contents: Includes "The Silent Drama of Fingers," pp.60-68, collages
    • Dave "Harry" NewmanBox 14, Folder 20
        Scope and Contents: Includes "A Man Like Me," 8pp.; "A Man Like Me," 19pp.; "The Squad Leader," 7pp.; "The Dirigible" in presentation copy of "New Mexico Quarterly" (v.35 no. 4, winter 1965/1966)
    • Liam O'Gallagher, 1968-1969Box 14, Folder 21
        Scope and Contents: Includes "23 Extensions," 24pp.; "23 Extensions Prolonged," 24pp.; Liam O'Gallagher and Carl Weissner, "Command Module," 10pp.; "Lightmeter," 13pp. with illustrations; "Space Transfer," 1p. graphic with envelope; "Bluffy Saga Brillo," 3pp.; "Everware," 3pp.; "Detective More," 1969, 2pp.; "Validation Park," 5pp.; "Modulus," 1968, 5pp.; "A HerefordForce-fed," 2pp.; "Nonose Valley," 4pp.
    • Claes OldenburgBox 14, Folder 22
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Pie a la Mode", 1p.
    • Charles OlsonBox 14, Folder 23
        Scope and Contents: Includes "There was a woman in Gloucester," 1p.
    • Jim ParkerBox 14, Folder 24
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Pigalle,"7pp.
    • Larry ParqueBox 14, Folder 25
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Duet from Ellie," 4 photographs, negatives
    • Claude Pelieu. "Blast Area Cleared by 0200," 12pp.; "Cut-ups," 1966, pp.37-41; "Desesperanto," 55pp. and 6pp.; "Hallucinex," 17pp.;, 1966-1968Box 14, Folder 26
        Scope and Contents: "Notes from the Underground," 1968, 8pp. and 3pp.; "Via Satellite," 62pp.; "What the Shadow Mouth Says in the Bronze Star of a Head," 55pp.; "Written in the Snow Subway," 11pp.; "Festival of Nowhere," 7pp.; "Black and Red Journal," 7pp. (with "Letss Kill the Moonlight," by F.T. Marinetti, translated by Paoli Lionni, 1p.); "One Way Sens-unique," 1966, 3pp.; "Open Letter to Time Magazine," 1967, pp.41-44; miscellaneous event cards, 3pp. Many items translated by Mary Beach.
    • Claude PelieuBox 14, Folder 27
        Scope and Contents: Includes Graphics and collages, 14pp.
    • Stuart Perkoff, "Radio Interlude," 39pp.Box 14, Folder 28
    • Paloma PicassoBox 15, Folder 1
        Scope and Contents: Includes "ABC (2)," 2p.
    • Juergen PloogBox 15, Folder 2
        Scope and Contents: Includes "The Bellevue Galaxy," 1p.; "Dust of a Timeless Era," 2pp. ; "The Coca-Cola Colony," 1p. with galleys
    • Charles Plymell, 1968Box 15, Folder 3
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Games of Solitude," 1p.; "the Hidden Equinox," 1p.; "Poem for Poets," 1p.; "As an Art Form," 1p.; "Poem for Murderers," 2pp.; "In Hollywood," 1p.; "Golden West Market," 1968, 5pp.; "This is a proposal for the boom of little magazines. . .," 2pp.; "Reba and other poems," 28pp.
    • Janine Pommy-Vega, 1968Box 15, Folder 4
        Scope and Contents: Includes "City Lights," galley; "Poems to Fernando" (The Pocket Poets series no. 22), presentation copy.
    • Michael PortmanBox 15, Folder 5
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Venus Vision," 2pp.; "Mad Thirteen and Gay," 1p.
    • Wessel PretoriusBox 15, Folder 6
        Scope and Contents: Includes "SOS," 1p.
    • Michel Prigent. "Les 10 mouches cladonnes viande riche," 2pp.; miscellaneous poems, 14pp.Box 15, Folder 7
    • Paul RadinBox 15, Folder 8
        Scope and Contents: Includes "The Winnebago Trickster Cycle," 2pp.
    • Samir Raichowdry. "Revolt against Poetry," 1p.Box 15, Folder 9
    • Gunter Rambow. "Jackie K.O." (flyer with photograph)Box 15, Folder 10
    • Ed SandersBox 15, Folder 11
        Scope and Contents: Includes "The Hairy Table," 6pp.
    • James Silver. "Eight Months on a Chinese Junk," 7pp., 2pp., 14pp.; "Consolidated Deathwish in Harmony," 4pp.; "Air Bubble," 21pp.; "Say I knew you and Somebody heard Something Else," 4pp.; "Three Narcs Drowned," 1968, 1p.; "Baby: They Should Have Named a Racehorse after You," 1968, 2pp.; "Double Wowser Screams Dont You Dare," 1968, 2pp.; "Blues in H," 8pp.; "Phase 6," 2pp.; "Formula 10," 1968, 5pp.; "Aspect Compatible," 2pp.; "Love Song to My Generation," 2pp.; "Incredible Happening 534," 3pp.; miscellaneous poems, 3pp., 1968Box 15, Folder 12
    • Gianni Emilio Simonetti, 1969-1970Box 15, Folder 13
        Scope and Contents: Includes Catalog #85, Galleria Schwarz, 1969; poster: "E.M. of S. (ecological maintenance of the stereotypes," 1970.
    • Steven SolbergBox 15, Folder 14
        Scope and Contents: Includes "2 a loved humaahh!" [with miscellaneous graphics] 1p.; "Amblyopia," 1p.
    • Carl Solomon, 1967-1968Box 15, Folder 15
        Scope and Contents: Includes "The Adventures of Zig-Zag," 1968, 5pp.; "The Song of Roland" and miscellaneous poems, 1967, 9pp.; "Celinem, Artaud, Genet," 38pp. including letters; [original works and collected letters?] 39pp.; photograph
    • Martin SteingesserBox 15, Folder 16
        Scope and Contents: Includes Miscellaneous poems, 7pp.
    • Jane StevensBox 15, Folder 17
        Scope and Contents: Includes 5 photographs
    • Herbert Stumpfl, 1968Box 15, Folder 18
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Kunst und Revolution. . .," 1968, 2pp.
    • Henry Targowski.Box 15, Folder 19
        Scope and Contents: Includes "The Universal," 1p.
    • John ThibeauBox 15, Folder 20
        Scope and Contents: Includes "An Open Letter to Che Guevara," 1967, 5pp.
    • Miroljub TodorovicBox 15, Folder 21
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Signalisticka Pesma Ugljen-bilje," 1p.; "Alphabet, Signalist Poster Poem", no. 4.; 1p. letter, 1970
    • Timm UlrichsBox 15, Folder 22
        Scope and Contents: Includes Publicity for "Das signierte Universum"
    • Gnther Uecker. "Der heutige Knstler," 1969, 1p., 1969Box 15, Folder 23
    • Nanos ValaoritisBox 15, Folder 24
        Scope and Contents: Includes "The King of Switzerland," 10pp.; "Wuarter Past Five Exactly," 14pp.; "The Life and Deeds of Alexander the Small," 4pp.; "The Story of Scroloboulopoulos," 6pp.; "Three Figures," 3pp.; "The Love Metaphor," 2pp.; "I Saw him coming up the road wit dread. . .," 8pp.; "Last Supper," 1p.; "My Love for You," 1p.; miscellaneous graphics, 4pp.
    • Tom VeitchBox 15, Folder 25
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Tom Veitch Magazine", no. 2; "Cooked Zeros" (Grape Press, 1970); "The End of the World," pp.145-153; "The Luis Armed Story," 11pp.; [untitled] 8pp.; Tom Clark and Tom Veitch, "some random sections from a novel in progress," 5pp.
    • Wolf Vostell, 1961-1972Box 15, Folder 26
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Fluxus Chronologie", 7 July 1969, 1p.; "2 De-Coll/age Pieces, Saigon, " 1p.; "4 Instant Happenings," 1968, 1p.; 8 photographs and exhibit publicity including "Putzen," 1968, Reflexion Press; "Ein-Minuten Projekte," 1970; exhibits in Kln, Berlin, Frankenthal, Mnchen, 1967-1972; poster: "Nein9de-coll/agen 1961", Wuppertal, 1963.
    • Wolf VostellBox 15, Folder 27
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Miss Vietnam and texts of other happenings", (Nova Broadcast Press, 1968), galleys and 6 photographs
    • Peter WeibelBox 15, Folder 28
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Wien Vienna: Ein Kompendium des Wiener Aktionismus der Gegenwart," 1p.; "Gnter Brus, Irrwisch," 1p.
    • Carl WeissnerBox 15, Folder 29
        Scope and Contents: Includes "The Braille Film,"71pp.; "The Louis Project," written with Jan Herman, 6pp.; "Mutoscope 23," 3pp.; "Hawaii Point Blank," and miscellaneous cut-ups, 9pp.; "Sirenas de Alarma," 5pp.; "Melvin Louis vs. the Martian Menace," 2pp. collage; miscellaneous collages, 5pp.; "Les Paris des Seringues," 2pp.; "sleutelgaten snuffen" by Harold Norse, "de harige tafe" by Ed Sanders, "anemiese cinema" by Carl Weissner (Cold Turkey Press, 1971); [no title] "The passengers of this hopped up mixed media set. . .," 14pp.
    • Lew Welch, 1971Box 16, Folder 1
        Scope and Contents: Includes "I Sometimes Talk to Kerouac When I Drive," 1p.
    • Andre de Wet, 1969Box 16, Folder 2
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Canticum Creaturarium," 24pp. carbon copy; miscellaneous poems, 1969, 16pp.
    • Ted WilentzBox 16, Folder 3
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Good year for us, say police," 1p. collage
    • Peter WilhelmBox 16, Folder 4
        Scope and Contents: Includes "A Love Story," 5pp.
    • Britton WilkieBox 16, Folder 5
        Scope and Contents: Includes "A Voyage through the Center of the Sun," excerpts with photos, pp.19-23, 74-83; "Limits of Space and Time" (Angel Hair Books, 1971)
    • Dennis WilliamsBox 16, Folder 6
        Scope and Contents: Includes Miscellaneous poems, 9pp.; 3 photographs
    • Adrianna WoodBox 16, Folder 7
        Scope and Contents: Includes Miscellaneous poems, 11pp.
    • Francisco Jose de ZabalaBox 16, Folder 8
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Modulos Seriales Plasticos Poemas", 3 items tied together
    • Nicholas Zurbrugg, 1969Box 16, Folder 9
        Scope and Contents: Includes Miscellaneous concrete poems on cards, 1969, 4pp. with letter.
  • "Jan Herman Production Files"
    • Jan Herman.Box 16, Folder 10
        Scope and Contents: Includes Miscellaneous graphics, including collages, photographs, negatives. Includes "Before and After," 1973, with image of Richard M. Nixon.
    • Jan HermanBox 16, Folder 11
        Scope and Contents: Includes unidentified graphics
    • Jan HermanBox 16, Folder 12
        Scope and Contents: Includes photographs
    • Brion GysinBox 16, Folder 13
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Brion Gysin Let the Mice In." Galleys for Nova Broadcast Press, 1972 edition, edited by Jan Herman. Also includes typescript carbon, 55pp. and printing plate for title.
    • Jan Herman and Carl WeissnerBox 16, Folder 14
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Cut Up or Shut Up". Typescript
    • Cut Up or Shut Up draftsBox 16, Folder 15
        Scope and Contents: Including sections: The Bellevue Galaxy, Chinese Smorgasbord, Yippie Invasion
    • Cut Up or Shut Up draftsBox 16, Folder 16
        Scope and Contents: Includes Telepathic, Specialists and combinations of these drafts entitled "Sun City Scandals" (34pp., 24pp.) and "The Big Broadcast" [sic] (23pp.)
    • "Cut Up or Shut Up". Production pages, galleysBox 17, Folder 1
    • Jan HermanBox 17, Folder 2
        Scope and Contents: Includes "The Human Forgery," published in "Cut Up or Shut Up", originally intended for "Un-American Express." Miscellaneous draft pages.
    • Miscellaneous drafts and scenes, possibly for "Cut Up or Shut Up"Box 17, Folder 3
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Rodeo Mice," "Mushroom Mistake"
    • Miscellaneous cut-up drafts by Jan Herman and Carl WeissnerBox 17, Folder 4
        Scope and Contents: Includes working titles: "Sunday Stein," "Situation very alarming," "The Lost Garter on the Plains," "From Notes from Underground 3 June 1970," "The Weeping Fragment," "From Pl (Ecce gubernator) the Unquiet Grave."
    • Jan Herman, editorBox 17, Folder 5
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Un-American Express" (unpublished in this form); various drafts of introduction, contents lists
    • "Un-American Express,", 1971Box 17, Folder 6
        Scope and Contents: Includes contents list, permission letters from Annie Rooney and Sinclair Beiles, Alan Ansen; copies of letters from Jan Herman to Carl Weissner re: "Un-American Express," 6pp., 18 February 1971
    • Alan AnsenBox 17, Folder 7
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Routines," 15pp.
    • Jeffrey BeachBox 17, Folder 8
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Death Talks," 5pp.
    • Mary BeachBox 17, Folder 9
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Badge 23," 37pp. and copy
    • Sinclair BeilesBox 17, Folder 10
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Explosion Apartheid," 12pp. and copy
    • Charles BukowskiBox 17, Folder 11
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Beertalk Under a Kerosene Lamp Somewhere Between Midnight and 5 a.m. in the City of Hell," 37pp. and copy
    • Brion GysinBox 17, Folder 12
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Brion Gysin Let the Mice In," 21pp. and copies
    • Dennis JasudowiczBox 17, Folder 13
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Mammydukes Ghost, the Insects and Diarrhoea," pp.52-54 from "San Francisco Earthquake"
    • Steve KowitBox 17, Folder 14
        Scope and Contents: Includes "How Phrynie Ends Up giving it Away Anyhow," 9pp. and copy; "Operation Christmas Cold Turkey," 10pp. and copy
    • Harold NorseBox 17, Folder 15
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Sniffing Keyholes," 1964, copy only; "take a Chance in the Void," 1965, copy only
    • Liam OGallagherBox 17, Folder 16
        Scope and Contents: Includes [Supersoftware?] 11pp. and copy
    • Michael Portman.Box 17, Folder 17
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Queen Victoria Is Dead," 12pp. and copy
    • Ian SommervilleBox 17, Folder 18
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Flicker," 3pp. copy
    • Nanos ValaoritisBox 17, Folder 19
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Freedom Walks," 13pp. and copy
    • Carl Weissner. "That Was the Week That Was," 5pp. copyBox 17, Folder 20
    • Jan Herman and Carl WeissnerBox 18, Folder 1
        Scope and Contents: Includes "The Louis Project" (Nova Broadcast Press, 196-). Texts issued on folded sheets. Miscellaneous drafts.
    • Jan HermanBox 18, Folder 2
        Scope and Contents: Includes "An Accumulation of the Garbage Can" and "The Black Death exercise in the grand style." Miscellaneous drafts of the same story text.
    • Jan HermanBox 18, Folder 3
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Amsterdam Avenue and No Place to Go," 17pp.; "The Big Bucks in Books," 13pp.
    • Jan HermanBox 18, Folder 4
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Intersections," "Wind Pliers," "Rue Soleil Blue" are various drafts of the same story line.
    • Jan HermanBox 18, Folder 5
        Scope and Contents: Includes "A Liberation Plot," 4pp.
    • Jan Herman., 1964Box 18, Folder 6
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Operation Challenge," 8pp.; "Emulsion 35 Beckman Operation Challenge," 11p.; drafts share text
    • Jan HermanBox 18, Folder 7
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Points in a Suburban Light" (2 drafts, copies, miscellaneous pages), "Prodigious Yesterday" (2 drafts); stories share text.
    • Jan HermanBox 18, Folder 8
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Socratic Dialogue," 26pp.
    • Jan Herman Miscellaneous, 1970Box 18, Folder 9
        Scope and Contents: Includes "A Censorship Protest," 1970, 3pp.; "An Expensive Place to Die," 5pp.; "Homestead Valley," 2pp.
    • Jan Herman Miscellaneous, 1968-1970Box 18, Folder 10
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Ginsberg Vignette: The True Story," 2pp.; "Leary Vignette: The True Story," 2pp.; "Manifesto (from Nova Broadcast Press)," 2pp.;"The Mutter Report," 1970, 3pp.; "The New Riviera Hotel," 1968, 3pp.
    • Jan Herman MiscellaneousBox 18, Folder 11
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Ritz (poem)," 1p.; "The Secret Link (movie scenario)," 8pp.; "The Time Theatre," 1968, 4pp.; "Total Sunday," 1p.; "The True Story," 2pp.; "Us and Them," 3pp.
    • Jan Herman. Cut-Ups and Fragments, 1970Box 18, Folder 12
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Granulometric Tick Gregorian Tock," 1970, 1p.; "for Pradip Choudhuris special cut/up issue," 1970, 2pp.; "Diary of Ted Thorough," 2pp.; "A Find at Thorensons SF Examiner," 1970, 1p.
    • Jan HermanBox 18, Folder 13
        Scope and Contents: Includes [Review of Nelson Algrens book on Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, English version], 10pp., 6pp.; "Mit den Augen des Hurricane," "Literaturtip", pp.39-44.
    • Jan Herman, 1970Box 18, Folder 14
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Handbook for the Seventies: a review of "The Job: Interviews with William S. Burroughs" by Daniel Odier," 3pp., 2pp. drafts, abstract, printed article from "Partisan Review", no. 3, fall 1970.
    • Jan Herman, 1971Box 18, Folder 15
        Scope and Contents: Includes [untitled essay reviewing "To Master, a Long Good Night" by Brion Gysin and "America and Cosmic Man" by Wyndham Lewis], 16pp., 6pp.
    • Jan HermanBox 18, Folder 16
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Buried Novel Comes to Light: Review of "Queer" by William S. Burroughs," n.d. newspaper clipping photocopy
    • Jan Herman and Jim Brodey, 1967Box 18, Folder 17
        Scope and Contents: Includes "No Time in Homestead," 1967, 4pp.; with note from Tom Veitch, 1p.
    • Jan Herman and Andrei CodrescuBox 18, Folder 18
        Scope and Contents: Includes [Collaboration], 25pp.
    • Jan Herman and Carl WeissnerBox 18, Folder 19
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Seven You Lose! A Radio Play," 8pp.; "If the Revolution Fails [cut/up]", 1p. and published version in "Notes from Underground"(no. 3, 1970)
    • Jan HermanBox 18, Folder 20
        Scope and Contents: Includes "San Francisco Earthquake", no. 4. "Cards of Say," 1968. Miscellaneous drafts with sections titled: Mutation: Nueva Babylon/June insurrection, Tableau, The Endless Catalogue, The Catalogue Endless; other early drafts titled "By June Insurrection."
    • Jan Herman, 1968Box 18, Folder 21
        Scope and Contents: Includes "San Francisco Earthquake", no. 5 "VDRSVP" issues. "A Dangerous Opiate," various drafts, 1968; "ESP in Progress," and "McKinley Addresses the Board of ESP" (various drafts)
    • Jan Herman, 1968Box 18, Folder 22
        Scope and Contents: Includes "San Francisco Earthquake", no. 5 "VDRSVP" issues. "Dangerous Stasis," "Cede Dead Time," "Photographic Medium," "Yes, Prince, Clear Surprise"
    • Jan Herman, 1968Box 18, Folder 23
        Scope and Contents: Includes "San Francisco Earthquake", no. 5 "VDRSVP" issues. "Poses Natural Problems," "The Track News Agency," "All Right You TB Addicts," "2nd Version Weissner/Herman,"
    • "San Francisco Earthquake", no. 5 "VDRSVP", 1963Box 18, Folder 24
        Scope and Contents: Includes issues, various artists: Harold Norse, "A Chocolate Rose," 1963, 7pp.
    • Miscellaneous unidentified fragmentsBox 18, Folder 25
        Scope and Contents: Includes "In the Electric Chair," "Heartstone was a balding and mild man. . .," "I didnt belong to dead lines. . .," "This collection of texts shows one thing primarily. . .," "Bell will tell," "You, reading habit, are hard to break. . ."
    • UnidentifiedBox 18, Folder 26
        Scope and Contents: Includes "The International Drift: from pre-history to the United Nations," 4pp.; "Lazer Light withering violin prayer. . .," 3pp., 2 drafts, final version
    • "Journal of the Identical Lunch" (Nova Broadcast Press, 1971)
      • Manuscripts for performances by Pauline, Lynn Lonidier, Dick Higgins, Vernon Hinkle, N [Alison Knowles], John Giorno, Tom Wasmuth, Jim Maya, Michael, D. Hollingworth, Sue, Susan HartungBox 19, Folder 1
      • "Recipe for Kentucky Burgoo,"Box 19, Folder 2
          Scope and Contents: Includes 1p; photography costs list
      • Alison Knowles. Journal of the Identical LunchBox 19, Folder 3
          Scope and Contents: Includes carbon typescript, 60pp.; galleys, 46pp.; Alison Knowles, James Tenney, Siemens System 4004, A House of Dust (Verlag Gebr. Knig Kln, New York); 2 negatives, 1 photograph
      • "Journal of the Identical Lunch." Miscellaneous unidentified performance materialsBox 19, Folder 4
          Scope and Contents: Includes two spiral notebooks with recipts, notes, etc.; some by Tom Wasmuth
      • "Journal of the Identical Lunch."Box 19, Folder 5
          Scope and Contents: Includes 16 photographs, 2 contact sheets, notes
      • "Journal of the Identical Lunch." Instructions, layout sketches, mockupsBox 19, Folder 6
      • "Journal of the Identical Lunch." Production materialsBox 19, Folder 7
          Scope and Contents: Includes 3 proofs, 10 negatives
      • Carl Weissner. "Braille Film" (Nova Broadcast Press, 1970), galleysBox 19, Folder 8
      • Carl Weissner. "Braille Film", printing materials, negatives, instructionsBox 19, Folder 9
      • "The Electric Times", pasteupsBox 19, Folder 10
      • Unidentified event cardsBox 19, Folder 11
          Scope and Contents: Includes 117 cards
    • Nova Broadcast Press Production Files
      • Nova Broadcast Press list of booksBox 20, Folder 1
      • Publishing agreements, contracts, copyright files for "San Francisco Earthquake", City Lights Books, 1967-1968Box 20, Folder 2
          Scope and Contents: Includes blank forms
      • Nova Broadcast Press. General production materialsBox 20, Folder 3
          Scope and Contents: Includes lists, title page mockups, negatives
      • Independent Printing Co., Circus Lithograph Co. correspondence and invoices, 1969-1971Box 20, Folder 4
      • Nova Broadcast Press checking records, 1969-1971Box 20, Folder 5
      • Nova Broadcast Press invoices, 1969-1971Box 20, Folder 6
      • Nova Broadcast Press invoices, 1969-1971Box 20, Folder 7
      • Subscription and sample requests for Nova Broadcast Press publications and "San Francisco Earthquake" productions, 1969-1971Box 20, Folder 8
      • Jan Herman. Miscellaneous financial records and correspondence, 1966-1970Box 20, Folder 9
          Scope and Contents: Includes rental agreements, bank statements, tax records
    • "San Francisco Earthquake" Production Files
      • Production Materials, 1967-1968Box 21, Folder 1
          Scope and Contents: Includes Financial statement, May 26, 1968, 1p.; Draft of letter re: end of publication, 2pp.; Jan Herman editorial, "But what is black! What is white!" 2pp.; correspondence: Caroline Rand Herron, David Bourns, James Laughlin
      • Production materials, "San Francisco Earthquake", v.1 no.2Box 21, Folder 2
      • Production materials, "San Francisco Earthquake", v.1 no.3Box 21, Folder 3
      • Production materials, "San Francisco Earthquake", v.1 no.4Box 21, Folder 4
      • Negatives and contact strips for Beth Bagby filmBox 21, Folder 5
      • Production pages, "San Francisco Earthquake", v.1 no.4Box 22, Folder 1
      • Production materials, "San Francisco Earthquake", v.1 no.5Box 22, Folder 2
      • Miscellaneous production materialsBox 22, Folder 3
          Scope and Contents: Includes photographs, collages, transparencies
      • Printing plates and transparencies for Earthquake Party invitation and Nova Broadcast Press/Earthquake listBox 22, Folder 4
      • Miscellaneous ephemeraBox 22, Folder 5
          Scope and Contents: Includes dust jackets
      • "General Municipal Election" (Nova Broadcast Press, 1969)Box 22, Folder 6
          Scope and Contents: Includes 34 photographs, 1 negative, and graphics
      • Miscellaneous production pagesBox 22, Folder 7
      • "San Francisco Earthquake", v.1-5; Nova Broadcast Press series of books, 1-6, 8. Norman Ogue Mustill, "Mess Kit" (Nova Broadcast Press, 1970, 1971);
  • Financial Records
    • Receipts and invoices, 1967-1968Box 23, Folder 1
    • Receipts and invoices, 1969Box 23, Folder 2
    • Receipts and invoices, 1970Box 23, Folder 3
    • Receipts and invoices, 1971Box 23, Folder 4
    • Nova Broadcast Press receipts and invoices, 1969-1971Box 23, Folder 5
    • "San Francisco Earthquake" receipts and invoices, 1967-1970Box 23, Folder 6
    • Jan Herman, correspondence carbon copies, 1971-1972Box 23, Folder 7
        Scope and Contents: Includes invoices
    • Jan Herman, "Daily News" correspondence, 1985-1987Box 23, Folder 8
    • Jan Herman card file for archive contents, 1972Box 23, Folder 9
        Scope and Contents: Includes book list
  • Slides, Films, and Videotapes
    • Slides
        Scope and Contents: 24 slides, 3 unmounted slides re: "San Francisco Earthquake" and Jan Herman
    • Video Tape Reels
      • Videotape reels Gary Burton, Paris, October 26, 1971, 1971Box 25
          Physical Description: 2 tapes Scope and Contents: Tape 2 includes December 18, 1971 Duke St., St. James
      • 8 Duke St., St. James, London on December 18 and 21, 1971 with William Burroughs, Jan Herman, Eric Mottram, Ian Sommerville, Burroughs/Balch Experiment, 1971Box 25
          Physical Description: 3 tapes
      • Allen Ginsberg, August 21, 1971, William Blake songs, 1971Box 25
          Physical Description: 2 tapes
      • Groupe Dziga Vertov, 1971Box 25
          Scope and Contents: notebooks written in collaboration with Jean-Luc Goddard for filming, recorded November 30, 1971 by Jan Herman with narration by Rafael Sorin (20 minutes)
      • Bernard HeidsieckBox 25
      • Abbie Hoffman interviewed by Julius Lester, recorded off Channel 13 on September 6, 1971 (original interview on April 7, 1971), 1971Box 25
          Physical Description: 3 tapes
      • Pop Sampler, Richartz Walrauf Museum, Cologne, September 19, 1971 from the collection of Ludwig Sammlung, narrated and recorded by Jan Herman, 1971Box 25
      • Daniel Spoerri performing "Eat Art" with Richard Lindner, October 3, 1971 on "Changes" on German Southwest Radio, 1971Box 25
      • Jan Herman, Notre Dame de Video, March 17, 1972, Paris, 1972Box 25
      • Alison Knowles performing "Identical Lunch" at Goddard College, March 1973, 1973Box 25
    • 8mm Films
      • Jan Herman, no. 837, n.d.Box 25
          Physical Description: 2 reels
      • Jan Herman, 1970, no. 566, San Francisco airport, Rocky Mountains from airplane, Racine, Wisconsin, Kennedy AirportBox 25
          Physical Description: 3 reels
      • Jan Herman, no. 242, Moon Happening, September 16, 1969Box 25
          Physical Description: 2 reels
      • Jan Herman, no. 93, Belmont Stakes, June 1971Box 25
          Physical Description: 1 reel
      • Jan Herman, no. 444, Big Sur Cabin, September 29, 1969Box 25
          Physical Description: 2 reels
      • Jan Herman, Bulle IsBox 25
          Physical Description: 1 reel
      • Jan Herman, From the RoofBox 25
          Physical Description: 1 reel
      • Jan Herman, Gail and Gail double exposedBox 25
          Physical Description: 2 reels
      • Jan Herman, Liam and Bob ESPBox 25
          Physical Description: 1 reel
      • Jan Herman, Ira Cohen and Philip LamantiaBox 25
          Physical Description: 1 reel Jan Herman, Nanos; 1 reel
      • 4 unlabeled reelsBox 25
  • Serials, Small Presses and Publicity
    • "Abyss", v.3 no.1, 1971Box 26, Folder 1
    • Agentzia PressBox 26, Folder 2
        Scope and Contents: Includes flyers, book catalogs, notices; AMS Press publishing ephemera; 8 photographs, card from Editions Agentzia performance project, Heidelberg, 1969
    • Art Intermedia publicity; "Amenophis"Box 26, Folder 3
        Scope and Contents: Includes no. 4-7, 9, 11, 1969-1970
    • "Approches; revue de recherche fondee en 1965", no. 4; "Anarchy", no. 89, 1968Box 26, Folder 4
    • "Assembling", 1970, no. 1-2Box 26, Folder 5
        Scope and Contents: Edited by Henry Korn and Richard Kostelanetz
    • Biennale de Paris, Parc Floral de Paris, 1971Box 26, Folder 6
    • "Big" Table, no. 1, 1959; Big Table Books catalog; "Bizarre" (no. 28, 1963)Box 26, Folder 7
    • Black Sparrow Press publicityBox 26, Folder 8
        Scope and Contents: Includes catalogs, ephemera Black Thumb Press publications lists
    • "The Book Review" (no. 17, 1971); "Bulletin from Nothing" (no.1-2, 1965)Box 26, Folder 9
    • "Les Cahiers noirs du soleil", no.3, "L'International Halucinex", 1970Box 26, Folder 10
    • "Camels Coming", no. 8/9; press ephemeraBox 26, Folder 11
    • "Cold Truth" subscription information; Compendium Bookshop publishing listBox 26, Folder 12
    • "COSMEP Newsletter", (v.1, no. 1-2, 6; v.2 no. 1, 7-9, 11; 1969-1971); catalogs 1968, 1969Box 27, Folder 1
    • "Coupure" (no. 3, May 1970)Box 27, Folder 2
    • Edition Tangente; "Information", no. 6; "5 Jahre edition tangente"; "Edition Tangente Multiples"Box 27, Folder 3
    • "Eleutheria" (v.1 no.12); "Ephemeris" (no.3, 1969?)Box 27, Folder 4
    • "Extensions", no. 1-5/6Box 27, Folder 5
    • Film-Makers Cooperative, notices, 1967; Fine Arts Center, Provincetown, symposium, 1971-1971Box 27, Folder 6
    • "Free Religious Association News" (v.1 no.2)Box 27, Folder 7
    • UntitledBox 27, Folder 8
    • Grape Press ephemera; Gnther Fuchs dealers catalogBox 27, Folder 9
    • "Hiram Poetry Review" (no. 8-10, 1970-1971)Box 27, Folder 10
    • "Intrepid" (no. 14/15 William Burroughs special issue)Box 27, Folder 11
    • Kairos Institute, San Diego, Town House program calendarsBox 27, Folder 12
    • Karnhoval (Carnevale internazionale degli artiste) 1969 publicity poster; Klnischer Kunstverein, publicity, 1970Box 27, Folder 13
    • "Klacto" (no. 23, 1967)Box 27, Folder 14
    • Kraus Reprint catalog and publicityBox 27, Folder 15
    • "Laugh Literary and Man the Humping Guns" (v.1 no. 2, 1969); "Lip" (no.1, 1969); "Lotta Poetica" (no. 1, 1971)Box 27, Folder 16
    • "Mec" (no. 2, 1971)Box 27, Folder 17
    • "My Own Mag" (no. 14-17)Box 27, Folder 18
        Scope and Contents: Includes Burroughs "The Moving Times"
    • "The Newsletter on the State of the Culture" (Feb. 10, 1969-Aug. 10, 1971, incomplete)Box 27, Folder 19
    • Northwest Mounted Valise; miscellaneous flyers; mailing in envelope stamped "The Invisible Man," 1971Box 27, Folder 20
    • "Other Scenes" (October 1970, May-July 1971)Box 27, Folder 21
    • "Panache "Futures Fictions"" (1971, edited by Richard Kostelanetz); Poesie Vivante, "Argus de la Poesie Francaise" (no. 1, 1971); Project Artaud, San Francisco, publicityBox 28, Folder 1
    • Poetry, theatre, exhibit flyersBox 28, Folder 2
    • "Publishers Weekly" (v. 198 no. 5, 13, Aug.-Sep. 1970)Box 28, Folder 3
    • Quark (no. 1-2, 1967); The "Realist" (no. 83)Box 28, Folder 4
    • Religious Arts Guild, "Circular Packet" (no. 2); "San Francisco Book Review" (no. 19); "Stereo Headphones" (v.1 no.1, 1969)Box 28, Folder 5
    • Something Else Press publicity, catalogs, posterBox 28, Folder 6
    • "Science News" (v.99 no. 15-v. 100 no. 7, Apr.-Aug. 1971)Box 28, Folder 7
    • "South Florida Poetry Journal" (no. 1, 4/5, 1968, 1970)Box 28, Folder 8
    • "Subvert Comics" (1970)Box 28, Folder 9
    • "SUB 70" (no. 2, 3, 1970); Tenth Muse, catalog no. 32, publicityBox 28, Folder 10
    • "UFO" (June 1971); "Waste Paper: A Hungry Generation Newsletter" (no. 3-4, 1968-1969)Box 28, Folder 11
    • "Wormwood Review" (no. 27/28, 1967)Box 28, Folder 12
    • Miscellaneous serial fragments, clippingsBox 28, Folder 13
        Scope and Contents: Includes "Bio/Medical Instrumentation" (v. 1 no. 1, Oct. 1964); "Arya Maitreya Mandala Bulletin", October 1969, 2pp. "The Middle Way."
    • Ephemera (clippings, fragments, book lists)Box 28, Folder 14
  • Monographs
    • Monographs A - B
      • Antonin Artaud. "Here Then The Question" (Filthythumb Press, 1968)Box 30
      • Mary Beach. "Elektric Banana" (Darmstadt, Melzer, 1970)Box 30
      • Sinclair Beiles. "Ashes of Experience" (Wurm, 1969).Box 30
      • Gianni Bertini. "Oppure" (Torino, Il punto, 1970)Box 30
      • Douglas Blazek. "Zany Typhoons" (Open Skull Press, 1970), inscribed copy.Box 30
      • Jean Francois Bory. "Bientot" (Contexte Production, 1967);"Logorinthe" ("Agentzia", no. 15, 1968; inscribed copy); "Once Again" (New Directions, 1968); "Post-Scriptum" (Losfeld, 1970) inscribed copy; "Saga" (Approches, 1968)Box 30
      • Joe Brainard. "I Remember More" (Angel Hair Books, 1972)Box 30
      • Michael Brownstein. "30 Pictures" (Grape Press, 1972)Box 30
      • Charles Bukowski. "Post Office" (Black Sparrow Press, 1971)Box 30
      • William S. Burroughs. "Minutes to Go" (Two Cities Editions, 1960); "Nova Express" (Grove Press, 1964); "The Soft Machine" (Olympia Press, 1961); "The Ticket That Exploded" (Grove Press, 1967); "The Job; Interviews with William S. Burroughs", by Daniel Odier (Grove Press, 1970)Box 30
    • Monographs C - M
      • Tom Clark. "Car Wash".Box 31
      • Wally Depew. "Once" (Dustbooks, 1971)Box 31
      • Kenward Elmslie. "City Junket" (Adventures in Poetry, 1972)Box 31
      • Lawrence Ferlinghetti. "A Coney Island of the Mind" (New Directions, 1958)Box 31
          Scope and Contents: Presentation copy. Lawrence Ferlinghetti. "The Mexican Night" (New Directions, 1970)
      • Luigi Ferro. "Itineraire" ("Agentzia," no. 16); "Moltiplicazione" ("Geiger", no. 8)Box 31
      • Allen Ginsberg. "T.V. Baby Poems" (Cape Goliard Press, 1967) "A Bibliography of Works by Allen Ginsberg", by George Dowden (City Lights Books, 1967)Box 31
          Scope and Contents: Typography by Jan Herman.
      • John Giorno. "Cum" (Adventures in Poetry, 1971), no. A/26 copiesBox 31
          Scope and Contents: Signed.
      • Ferdinand Kriwet. "Apollo Amerika" (Suhrkamp, 1969)Box 31
      • Wyndham Lewis. "America and Cosmic Man" (Doubleday, 1949)Box 31
      • "Mark in Time; Portraits and Poetry/San Francisco". Edited by Nick Harvey (Glide Publications, 1971)Box 31
          Scope and Contents: proof copy and copy with presentation by Harvey laid in.
    • Monographs M - W
      • Thanasis Maskaleris. "Poems and Translations" (1969)Box 32
          Scope and Contents: presentation copy.
      • Bernadette Mayer. "Moving" (Angel Hair Books, 1971)Box 32
      • "Melzers Surf Rider" (Melzer, 1970)Box 32
      • Jean Claude Moineau. "Lecture Rapide" ("Agentzia", no. 25)Box 32
      • Harold Norse. "Karma Circuit" (Nothing Doing in London, 1967)Box 32
          Scope and Contents: Presentation copy
      • Jeff Nuttall. "The Case of Isabel and the Bleeding Foetus" (Beach Books, 1967); Jeff Nuttall. "Pig" (Fulcrum Press, 1969)Box 32
          Scope and Contents: Presentation copy.
      • Simon Schuchat. "Svelte" ( Genesis: Grasp Press, 1971)Box 32
      • John J. Sharkey. "Pentacle" (South Street Publications, 1969)Box 32
      • C.A. Sitta. "In/finito" ("Gieger", no. 9)Box 32
      • Wolf Vostell and Dick Higgins. "Fantastic Architecture" (Something Else Press, 1969). Wolf Vostell and Dick Higgins "Pop Architektur" (Droste, 1969)Box 32
      • Paul De Vree. "Pozie in fusie" (Bladen voor de pozie, 1968)Box 32
      • Translated by Carl Weissner. Paul De Vree. "Cut Up; der sezierte Bildschirm der Worte" (Melzer, 1969)Box 32
  • Oversize Materials
      Scope and Contents: Oversize graphics, serials, photographs
    • Oversize graphics, serials, photographs
      • "Ou." No. 28/29, edited by Henri Chopin.Box 33, Folder 1
      • Jan Herman 3-D CollageBox 33, Folder 2
          Scope and Contents: Includes 9 photographs
      • Oversize original graphicsBox 33, Folder 3
          Scope and Contents: Includes "San Francisco Earthquake" productions. Liam OGallagher, "Space Transfer;" "Space Deck;" "Space Envelope." Jan Herman and Carl Weissner, "If the Revolution Fails, Cut Up." "General Municipal Election". Heathcote Williams, "Fuckingham Palace Frolics," 1970; "Oh Dear Sweet and Loving God Please Let me Win the Competition to meet Sidney Poitier," 1970; "My First Job," 1970; "I had to suck Richard Nixons cock once. . .," 1969.
      • Charles PlymellBox 33, Folder 4
          Scope and Contents: Includes "Head! You were a spy for the Japs. . .," 1967; two photographs. "Charles Plymell: The Question Man" paste-up. "Dennis Williams: Identity" paste-up. Steven Solberg. "Meat Guide." [3 unidentified collages with text and images]
      • Nova Broadcast and "San Francisco Earthquake" production materials. Includes Nanos Valaoritis, "Endless Crucifixion" galleys and broadside.Box 33, Folder 5
      • Oversize transparenciesBox 33, Folder 6
          Scope and Contents: Includes"The Electric Times". Miscellaneous transparencies for "San Francisco Earthquake" productions
      • Oversized MaterialsBox 33, Folder 7
          Scope and Contents: Includes "Fluxus Konzert," 3 February 1971, Stuttgart. Poster advertising Marcel Duchamp Club West meeting, San Bernardino Valley College, October 29, 1971. "Central Park Poetry Events," 1968. "Kunstzone," Mnchen, 1971. "Proxima Centaur," Martial Raysse, 29 September 1969. "2 Kunstmarkt Gttingen Kunstkongress 1971." "Edition Klling Kriwit," Frankfurt am Main, 1969, with oversize photo-poster of event. Roy Lichtenstein, "Landscapes" (image used for cover of "San Francisco Earthquake", no. 3). "Exploitation: Patron, Police, Culture," "La Bulletin de la Jeune Peinture", Mai 1970.
      • PostersBox 33, Folder 8
          Scope and Contents: Includes "LBJs funny stories about his family." ["Vietnam" in rubber stamps with presentation to Jan Herman in 1969 with artists initials] John Giorno signatures on mounted galley/test proofs for "Dakini Software" and "And equally. . ." "The Purple Sage; a journal. . ." "Labor zur Erforschung akustischer und visuelle Ereignisse, Kln." "Faecke/Vostell Postversand. . .1.1.1970." "The Medium is the Message." "Exhibition of Work for Experiments in Art and Technology," December 1966. "Q. And babies?"
      • "Open City" (no. 75, 91)Box 33, Folder 9
          Scope and Contents: Includes supplement, "Renaissance" (no. 1 and [1968] issue edited by Charles Bukowski)
    • Oversized Serials and Monographs
      • Serials and monographsBox 33, Folder 10
          Scope and Contents: Includes Charles Plymell, "Life Begins with Love". William Burroughs, "Open Letter to Mister Gordon Mustain." "Leviathan" (v.1 no.9, 1970); "Messe Extra Literaturproduzenten"; "Mixed Media" (March 1969); "Organ" (v.1 no. 18, 1971)
      • "Nola Express"Box 33, Folder 11
          Scope and Contents: No. 40-41, 70, 72-73, 75, 77, 83-85, 90