Search results: 269 Finding Aids

Guide to the 0 to 9 Archive 1967-1969MSS 26MSS 026

The 0 to 9 Archive is a collection of correspondence and manuscripts to the editors of 0 to 9magazine, Vito Hannibal Acconci and Bernadette Mayer. 0 to 9was a small avart garde literary magazine from the late 1960's.

: <em>Tom</em> <em>Clark</em>, <em>John</em> <em>Giorno</em>, <em>Kenneth</em> <em>Koch</em>, <em>Sol</em> <em>LeWitt</em>, <em>Clark</em> <em>Coolidge</em>, <em>Adrian</em> <em>Piper</em>, <em>Yvonne</em> <em>Rainer</em> and <em>Aram</em>
.) and the <em>Lower</em> <em>East</em> <em>Side</em> (<em>Broome</em> <em>St</em>.) of <em>New</em> <em>York</em> in the <em>late</em> <em>1960</em>'<em>s</em>. An <em>8.5</em> by <em>11</em>", <em>stapled</em>, <em>mimeographed</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/0to9#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/0to9#dscd3e235
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/0to9#ref9

Guide to the Ralph Adimari Papers 1931-1970(Bulk 1957-1963)MSS 28AMSS 028A

Ralph T. Adimari (1902-1970) was an editor, researcher, and historian of the dime novel, a class of popular fiction that thrived in the mid to late nineteenth century and into the early twentieth. The Ralph Adimari Papers contain records of Adimari's research, including correspondence, notebooks, clippings, photographs, and ephemera.

. <em>Charles</em> <em>D</em>. <em>Randolph</em>, <em>aka</em> "<em>Buckskin</em> <em>Bill</em>," <em>known</em> for <em>his</em> <em>dime-novel</em> and <em>Western</em> <em>themed</em> <em>poetry</em>. <em>Also</em>
of <em>his</em> <em>life</em>, <em>including</em> <em>Mount</em> <em>Vernon</em> and <em>Suffolk</em>. In <em>addition</em> to <em>his</em> <em>work</em> on <em>dime</em> <em>novels</em>, <em>he</em> <em>co-edited</em> <em>a</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/adimari#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/adimari#dscd3e191
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/adimari#ref9

Guide to the Lester Afflick Papers ca. 1975-1998MSS 097

Lester Afflick was a downtown poet, writer and once co-editor of 'The Door Newsletter.' The collection is an assemblage of his writings and biographical material which illustrate aspects of his style and the downtown scene in general of the 1990's.

<em>consists</em> of <em>periodicals</em> in <em>Afflick</em>'s <em>collection</em> <em>including</em> The <em>Door</em> <em>Newsletter</em> of <em>which</em> <em>he</em> was <em>a</em> <em>co-editor</em>
and the <em>downtown</em> <em>scene</em> in <em>general</em> of the <em>1990</em>'<em>s</em>. <em>Afflick</em> <em>died</em> of <em>a</em> <em>heart</em> <em>attack</em> in <em>2000</em>.
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/afflick#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/afflick#dscd3e172
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/afflick#ref9

Guide to the Becca Albee Riot Grrrl Papers ca. 1992-1996 MSS 273

Becca Albee is a musician, writer, and visual artist who was active in the early days of the Riot Grrrl movement in Olympia, Washington. This collection is comprised of materials--including original lyric sheets and artwork, posters, photos, and fan mail--pertaining to Ms. Albee's involvement with the bands Excuse 17 and Heartless Martin, as well as a small number of personal papers, ephemera and objects.

in the <em>Riot</em> <em>Grrrl-inspired</em> <em>bands</em> <em>Excuse</em> <em>17</em> and <em>Heartless</em> <em>Martin</em>. <em>Also</em> <em>included</em> are <em>personal</em> <em>papers</em> and <em>objects</em>
. The <em>band</em> <em>released</em> <em>two</em> <em>full-length</em> <em>albums</em>: <em>Excuse</em> <em>17</em> (<em>1994</em>, <em>Chainsaw</em> <em>Records</em>) and <em>Some</em> <em>Friends</em> Are <em>Dangerous</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/albee#ref64
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/albee#dscd3e203
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/albee#ref66

Guide to An American Family DVD Collection 1973 MSS 210

The An American Family Collection consists of 12 one-hour episodes of the 12-hour documentary, "An American Family," that debuted on PBS-TV in early 1973. It consists of 12 DVDs.

The <em>collection</em> is <em>comprised</em> of <em>12</em> <em>one-hour</em> <em>episodes</em> that <em>document</em> the <em>Loud</em>'s <em>day-to-day</em> <em>life</em> <em>during</em>
," <em>debuted</em> on <em>PBS-TV</em> in <em>early</em> <em>1973</em>. The <em>show</em> <em>captivated</em> <em>millions</em> of <em>viewers</em> <em>worldwide</em> with <em>its</em> <em>then-unconventional</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/amfamily#ref3
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/amfamily#dscd3e105
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/amfamily#ref7

Guide to the William Anthony Papers 1976-2004 MSS 081

This collection primarily contains facsimiles of Anthony's work, documenting his artistic career from 1976 though 2004. There are also some original artworks, photographs of Anthony, and other personal materials.

<em>from</em> <em>1976</em> <em>though</em> <em>2004</em>. There are <em>also</em> <em>some</em> <em>original</em> <em>artworks</em>, <em>photographs</em> of <em>Anthony</em>, and <em>other</em>
). <em>His</em> <em>other</em> <em>books</em>, <em>all</em> of <em>satirical</em> <em>drawings</em>, <em>include</em> <em>Bible</em> <em>Stories</em>, <em>1978</em>, (<em>The</em> <em>Jargon</em> <em>Society</em>, <em>Winston-Salem</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/anthony#ref89
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/anthony#dscd3e92
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/anthony#ref90

Guide to the Jacki Apple Papers 1984-2000 MSS 173

Jacki Apple is a professor at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. Her career has spanned through a range of the visual and media arts. Her radio show, Soundings, of which she was the host and producer, was on KPFK-FM Los Angeles Public Radio from 1981-1995. The Jacki Apple Papers includes correspondence with artists and listeners, promotional material from artists and record labels, memos and letters pertatining to KPFK Los Angeles Public Radio business, cue sheets, and recordings of music, audio art, and interviews that were featured on the show. The collection ranges from 1984-2000.

<em>III</em>: <em>Press/Promo/Catalogues</em> <em>Series</em> <em>IV</em>: <em>Soundings</em>- <em>Radio</em> <em>Works/Spoken</em> <em>Word/Sound</em>
<em>weekly</em> <em>live</em> <em>radio</em> <em>show</em> on <em>KPFK-FM</em> <em>Los</em> <em>Angeles</em> <em>Public</em> <em>Radio</em> <em>from</em> <em>1981-1995</em>. <em>Additionally</em>, <em>she</em> <em>co-produced</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/apple#ref235
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/apple#dscd3e162
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/apple#ref236

Guide to the Alice Himelstein AREA Collection ca. 1983-1987 MSS 328

The Alice Himelstein AREA Collection contains invitations and material related to New York's AREA nightclub, and includes material dating from 1983 to 1987.

The <em>Alice</em> <em>Himelstein</em> <em>AREA</em> <em>Collection</em> <em>contains</em> <em>material</em> <em>related</em> to <em>New</em> <em>York</em>'s <em>AREA</em> <em>nightclub</em>, <em>extant</em>
<em>like</em> <em>Keith</em> <em>Haring</em>, <em>Jeff</em> <em>Koons</em>, <em>David</em> <em>Hockney</em>, and <em>Jean-Michel</em> <em>Basquiat</em>. The <em>club</em> <em>closed</em> in <em>1987</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/area#ref21
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/area#dscd3e103
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/area#ref24

Guide to the Artists Space Archive 1973-2009 MSS 291

The original goal of Artists Space was to support young, emerging artists, specifically those who had not yet had a solo show in New York City. Artists Space became one of the most influential alternative non-profit arts spaces in the Downtown New York Scene, hosting a variety of prominent exhibitions including Adrian Piper’s "It’s Just Art" (1981), Nan Goldin’s "Witnesses: Against Our Vanishing" (1989), Douglas Crimp’s "Pictures" (1977), and Michael Asher’s "Untitled" (1988). The bulk of the material is exhibition files, and includes research files, coordination, opening, reception, sales, touring, and dismantling. This collection also preserves artists' materials (CVs, catalogues, photographic elements), correspondence, drafts of published works, financial records, gallery floorplans and maps, grant applications, loan and legal documentation, and promotional matter in the form of brochures, postcard announcements, newsletters, posters, and press releases.

and <em>collages</em>, <em>floppy</em> <em>disks</em>, <em>zip</em> <em>disks</em>, <em>cd-roms</em>, and <em>other</em> <em>digital</em> <em>media</em> <em>containing</em> <em>images</em>, <em>films</em>, and <em>audio</em>
, <em>Barbara</em> <em>Kruger</em>, <em>Laurie</em> <em>Simmons</em>, <em>Anthony</em> <em>McCall</em>, <em>Fred</em> <em>Wilson</em>, <em>Felix</em> <em>Gonzalez-Torres</em>, <em>Mike</em> <em>Kelly</em>, <em>Judith</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/artistsspace#ref2
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/artistsspace#dscd3e248
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/artistsspace#ref1

Guide to the A's Events Flyers Collection 1979-1987 MSS 277

A's events was a series, curated by Arleen Schloss, that was part traditional art show, part salon, and part performance, occuring at 330 Broome Street. The A's Events Flyers Collection inlcudes flyers for A's Events from 1979-1987, as well as some flyers for events at other spaces.

The <em>flyers</em> <em>contained</em> in this <em>collection</em> <em>document</em> <em>A</em>'s <em>Events</em> <em>from</em> <em>1979-1987</em>. <em>A</em>'s <em>events</em> was <em>a</em> <em>series</em>
<em>loft</em> <em>space</em> at <em>330</em> <em>Broome</em> <em>Street</em> in <em>Manhattan</em>. The <em>events</em> <em>combined</em> <em>a</em> <em>2</em><em>D</em> <em>art</em> <em>show</em> with <em>performances</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/asflyers#ref7
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/asflyers#dscd3e112
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/asflyers#ref8

Guide to the Abraham Singer Papers 1881-1961 (bulk 1920-1961) MSS 255

Abraham Singer was born in Austria in 1876. He is mainly known as a composer of Jewish folk and popular songs. He served as cantor of Congregation Ahavath Chesed in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY, in 1920 and as chair of Member Committee of the Jewish Ministers Cantors’ Association of America in 1936. The collection contains originals and copies of manuscript scores, published sheet music by Singer as well as others, photographs, printing plates, business cards, printed materials, and a scrapbook.

The <em>Abraham</em> <em>Singer</em> <em>Papers</em> <em>contains</em> <em>originals</em> and <em>copies</em> of <em>manuscript</em> <em>scores</em>, <em>published</em> <em>sheet</em> <em>music</em>
<em>Abraham</em> <em>Singer</em>, <em>born</em> in <em>Austria</em> in <em>1876</em>, is <em>mainly</em> <em>known</em> as <em>a</em> <em>composer</em> of <em>Jewish</em> <em>folk</em> and <em>popular</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/asinger#ref13
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/asinger#dscd3e127
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/asinger#ref7

Guide to the Henry Barnard Papers1765-1935 (Bulk 1830-1899)MSS 33

The Henry Barnard Papers of Fales Library holds a substantial portion of the manuscript materials collected and authored by Henry Barnard (1811-1900), a nineteenth century educationalist and prominent member of the Common School Reform movement. He joined with many of his era's most respected educators in advocating the improvement of public education in the United States, a pursuit which dominated his career as a scholar, orator, and politician. Barnard was particularly involved in expanding the literature describing the history, practice, and theories of education and teaching; over the course of his life he wrote extensively on these subjects and established multiple periodicals dedicated to them, including the American Journal of Education. The collection at Fales Library is composed primarily of correspondence, much of which is of a routine business nature, but also includes some of Barnard's diaries, draft versions of articles published in his journals, and images of Barnard's correspondents. It also contains typed transcripts of Barnard's letters prepared by the donor of the collection, Will Monroe, notes regarding the genealogy of the Barnard family, clippings that discuss Barnard's life or the subject of education, and some of Monroe's own correspondence.

), <em>Nathan</em> <em>Bishop</em> (<em>46</em> <em>letters</em>), <em>Vincenzo</em> <em>Botta</em> (<em>32</em> <em>letters</em>), <em>James</em> <em>D</em>. <em>Butler</em> (<em>57</em>), <em>Lyman</em> <em>C</em>. <em>Draper</em> (<em>34</em>
(<em>1878</em>), <em>New</em> <em>Orleans</em> (<em>1884</em>), and <em>Chicago</em> (<em>1893</em>). <em>Henry</em> <em>Barnard</em> <em>died</em> on <em>July</em> <em>5</em>, <em>1900</em> at the <em>age</em> of <em>eighty-nine</em>.
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/barnard#a2
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/barnard#a23
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/barnard#a3

Guide to the James Beard Collection 1919-1985 (Bulk 1965-1981)MSS 139

This small collection of materials related to the noted cookbook author and food industry consultant James Beard includes selected correspondence, clippings, photographs, and personal effects.

<em>correspondence</em>; of <em>special</em> <em>note</em> are <em>three</em> <em>letters</em> <em>from</em> <em>writer</em> <em>M.F.K</em> <em>Fisher</em> and <em>a</em> <em>number</em> of <em>letters</em> <em>from</em> <em>Elizabeth</em>
and <em>opened</em> <em>a</em> <em>gourmet</em> <em>food</em> <em>shop</em>, <em>Hors</em> <em>D'Oeuvre</em> <em>Inc</em>. The <em>work</em> at the <em>shop</em> <em>led</em> to <em>Beard</em>'s <em>first</em> <em>book</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/beardcoll#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/beardcoll#dscd3e196
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/beardcoll#ref9

Guide to the James Beard Foundation Archive 1939-2008 (bulk 1990-2008) MSS 214

The James Beard Foundation continues the work of cookbook author and teacher, James Beard, by offering a variety of events and programs designed to educate, inspire, entertain, and foster a deeper understanding of our culinary culture. The James Beard Foundation Archive represents subject files kept by the Foundation on specific subjects: Chefs, Wine, and Food Writers and Personalities.

<em>subjects</em>: <em>Chefs</em>, <em>Wine</em>, and <em>Food</em> <em>Writers</em> and <em>Personalities</em>. The <em>largerst</em> <em>set</em> of <em>files</em> by <em>far</em> is on <em>Chefs</em>
to <em>maintaining</em> the <em>historic</em> <em>James</em> <em>Beard</em> <em>House</em> in <em>New</em> <em>York</em> <em>City’s</em> <em>Greenwich</em> <em>Village</em> as <em>a</em> “<em>performance</em> <em>space</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/beardfoundation#ref5080
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/beardfoundation#dscd3e133
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/beardfoundation#ref5079

Guide to the James Beard Papers ca. 1950-1980 MSS 263

This collection contains materials relating to James Beard’s professional career as a chef, food writer and cooking instructor, as well as some materials relating to his personal life. Materials include drafts of manuscripts and articles, galley proofs, scripts for television shows, correspondence, date books, itinerary, recipes, cooking lessons, photographs, printed material, clippings and media.

This <em>collection</em> <em>contains</em> <em>materials</em> <em>relating</em> to <em>James</em> <em>Beard’s</em> <em>professional</em> <em>career</em> as <em>a</em> <em>chef</em>, <em>food</em>
, and in <em>1937</em> <em>he</em> <em>settled</em> in <em>New</em> <em>York</em> and <em>opened</em> <em>a</em> <em>gourmet</em> <em>food</em> <em>shop</em>, <em>Hors</em> <em>D'Oeuvre</em>, <em>Inc</em>. The <em>work</em> at the <em>shop</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/beardpapers#ref1043
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/beardpapers#dscd3e199
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/beardpapers#ref1044

Guide to the Carol Bellamy Papers 1977-1985MSS 71MSS 071

The Carol Bellamy Papers consist chiefly of her public papers (speeches, testimony, schedules, press releases) and clippings, feature articles, and background information used in developing and supporting the positions reflected in her speeches and public statements. Also included are correspondence and statements on issues of concern to the City Council President's Office, and materials pertaining to city finances, mass transit, and women's issues.

<em>succeeded</em> in <em>targeting</em> $<em>250,000</em> for <em>two</em> <em>pilot</em> <em>day-care</em> <em>programs</em> at <em>city</em> <em>high</em> <em>schools</em>, and <em>she</em> <em>budgeted</em>
of <em>city</em> <em>agencies</em>. <em>During</em> <em>her</em> <em>first</em> <em>term</em> <em>she</em> <em>held</em> <em>four</em> <em>votes</em> on the <em>Board</em>; this <em>number</em> <em>decreased</em> to <em>two</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/bellamy#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/bellamy#dscd3e209
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/bellamy#ref9

Guide to the William J. Benners Papers 1850-1940(Bulk 1880-1920)MSS 28BMSS 028B

William J. Benners, (1863-1940), was a writer, publisher, and historian of dime novels, a class of popular fiction that flourished in the mid to late nineteenth century and into the early twentieth. The William J. Benners Papers consist of letters to Benners from family members, various authors, and publishers, fragments of dime novel manuscripts, several research and accounting notebooks, and miscellany such as scrapbooks and photos. The collection includes material on and belonging to Benners gathered by Ralph Adimari during Adimari's extensive research on the history of the dime novel. It also includes some personal papers of dime novel authors Charles Garvice and Emma A. B. Sharkey (pseud. Mrs. E. Burke Collins), and publisher Frank Tousey.

The <em>collection</em> <em>consists</em> of <em>personal</em> <em>correspondence</em> <em>from</em> <em>Benners</em>'s <em>family</em> and <em>many</em> <em>dime</em> <em>novel</em>
<em>Jean</em> <em>Libby</em> <em>wanted</em> <em>his</em> $<em>3</em> or $<em>5000.00</em> <em>ring</em> to <em>wear</em>, and <em>he</em> <em>wouldn't</em> <em>let</em> <em>her</em> <em>have</em> <em>it</em>, <em>so</em> that was the <em>end</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/benners#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/benners#dscd3e242
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/benners#ref9

Guide to The Alfred C. Berol Collection of Lewis Carroll 1845 - 1993MSS 057

The Alfred C. Berol Collection of Lewis Carroll is one of the pre-eminent collections of Lewis Carroll (a pseudonym of Charles L. Dodgson) materials in the United States. It contains his correspondence, manuscripts (firsts, autographed copies, presentation copies, and proofs), drawings, and photographs. It also contains drawings by his foremost illustrators John Tenniel and Harry Furniss. Additionally, there is a wide cross section of ephemeral materials related to Lewis Carroll which illustrate his work's contemporary and ongoing cultural impact, as well as, Alfred C. Berol's correspondence and notes on the provenance of the materials in the collection.

<em>Subseries</em> <em>D</em> <em>contains</em> <em>entire</em> <em>magazines</em> <em>which</em> <em>have</em> <em>articles</em> <em>relating</em> to <em>Dodgson</em> <em>and/or</em> <em>his</em> <em>works</em>.
<em>Alfred</em> <em>C</em>. <em>Berol</em> (<em>1892-1974</em>), <em>who</em> <em>assembled</em> this <em>substantial</em> <em>collection</em> of <em>Lewis</em> <em>Carrol</em> <em>letters</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/berol#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/berol#dscd3e363
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/berol#ref9

MSS 006

The Black Sun Archive is a collection of correspondence and manuscripts sent to the poetry magazine, Black Sun which was edited by poet, Harvey Tucker.

to the <em>avant-garde</em> <em>writing</em> <em>from</em> the <em>1960</em><em>s</em> and <em>early</em> <em>1970</em><em>s</em>. The <em>collection</em> was <em>built</em> <em>during</em> that <em>period</em>
and <em>his</em> <em>wife</em>, <em>Linda</em>, <em>have</em> <em>run</em> <em>Black</em> <em>Sun</em> <em>Books</em> (<em>157</em> <em>East</em> <em>57</em><em>th</em>, <em>NY</em>), <em>dealing</em> in <em>rare</em> <em>books</em> and <em>manuscripts</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/blacksun#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/blacksun#dscd3e175
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/blacksun#ref9

Mark Bloch Postal Art Network (PAN) Archive, 1978-2012 MSS 170

Mark Bloch is an American fine artist and writer whose work utilizes both visuals and text to explore ideas of long distance communication. This collection contains thousands of examples of original “mail art” sent to and collected by Mark Bloch in New York City from all fifty states and dozens of countries in the form of objects, envelopes, artwork, and enclosures as well as publications, postcards and announcements documenting avant garde cultural activities in various media during the years 1978 to 2013.

<em>Bloch</em> in <em>New</em> <em>York</em> <em>City</em> <em>from</em> <em>all</em> <em>fifty</em> <em>states</em> and <em>dozens</em> of <em>countries</em> in the <em>form</em> of <em>objects</em>, <em>envelopes</em>
<em>University</em>, <em>where</em> <em>he</em> <em>received</em> <em>his</em> <em>B.A</em>. <em>degree</em> in <em>Broadcasting</em>. <em>Bloch</em> <em>moved</em> to <em>New</em> <em>York</em> <em>City</em> in <em>1982</em>, <em>after</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/bloch#ref12
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/bloch#dscd3e107
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/bloch#ref16

Guide to the Elmer Holmes Bobst Collection 1862-1978MSS 67MSS 067

Elmer Holmes Bobst was born in 1884 in Clear Springs, Maryland with aspirations to become a doctor, but instead, he taught himself pharmacology. Bobst became manager and treasurer of the Hoffman-LaRoche Chemical Works by 1920. In 1928, Hoffman-LaRoche became Roche-Nutley, and when Bobst retired from there in 1944, he was one of the nation's highest paid corporate executives. In 1945 he took charge of the ailing William Warner Company (later Warner-Lambert) and he remained board chairman. Bobst had close connections to President Eisenhower, but was also a close friend of President Nixon, helped guide his career and contributed generously to his campaigns. In 1968, Bobst became a White House advisor on health issues. Philanthropic pursuits were also of tremendous importance, particularly cancer research and education. The collection includes family documents from the American Civil War, Bobst's documents and artifacts of both a public and private nature.

, the <em>public</em> and <em>private</em> <em>life</em> of <em>Elmer</em> <em>Holmes</em> <em>Bobst</em> <em>covering</em> the <em>time</em> <em>period</em> <em>between</em> <em>1863</em> and <em>1978</em>. <em>Material</em>
, <em>Roche-Nutley</em> was <em>generating</em> <em>two-thirds</em> of <em>Hoffman-LaRoche</em>'s <em>total</em> <em>profits</em>, and <em>Bobst</em>, <em>when</em> <em>he</em> <em>retired</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/bobst#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/bobst#dscd3e290
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/bobst#ref9

Guide to the Howard Brubaker Papers 1907-1957 MSS 53

Howard Brubaker was an editor ( Success and Liberator) and a contributor to many other periodicals from 1918 through the 1950's, including: Collier's, The New Yorker, The New Republic, and Saturday Evening Post. Many of his contributions were political in nature and reflected his, at times, left-of-center point of view. The collection includes his manuscripts and copies of journals to which he contributed. Brubaker died in 1957.

is the <em>primary</em> <em>special</em> <em>collections</em> <em>division</em> of the <em>NYU</em> <em>libraries</em>, <em>housing</em> <em>nearly</em> <em>200,000</em> <em>volumes</em> of <em>English</em>
on <em>contemporary</em> <em>affairs</em>, <em>especially</em> <em>national</em> <em>politics</em>. <em>He</em> is <em>best</em> <em>known</em> for "<em>Of</em> <em>All</em> <em>Things</em>", <em>a</em> <em>by-liner</em> <em>column</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/brubaker#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/brubaker#dscd3e265
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/brubaker#ref9

Guide to The Knox Burger Archive ca. 1969-2000MSS 078

Knox Burger was an editor, writer and journalist based in New York City. While serving in World War II, Burger contributed to Yank, and then after the war to such publications as Collier's. He then moved on to editing for Dell and Fawcett Publications. In 1970, he founded Knox Burger and Associates, a literary agency which later merged with the Harold Ober agency. The collection consists of Burger's correspondence from the late 1960's through 2000.

The <em>collection</em> <em>includes</em> <em>6</em> <em>boxes</em> in <em>one</em> <em>series</em> of <em>original</em> and <em>carbon</em> <em>copy</em> <em>typewritten</em> <em>manuscripts</em>
, <em>John</em> <em>Steinbeck</em>, <em>Ray</em> <em>Bradbury</em>, <em>Jack</em> <em>Finney</em>, <em>Horace</em> <em>McCoy</em>, <em>Walter</em> <em>Tevis</em>, <em>MacKinlay</em> <em>Kantor</em>, <em>Morris</em> <em>West</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/burger#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/burger#dscd3e221
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/burger#ref9

Guide to the Burning Water Archive ca.1962-1968MSS 7MSS 007

The Burning Water Archive is a collection of correspondence to the editors, Edward Kissam and Paul Boorstin, and issues 1-5 of the journal.

<em>Boorstin</em>, <em>from</em> <em>1962</em> to <em>1968</em>. <em>Collection</em> <em>highlights</em> <em>include</em> <em>letters</em> <em>written</em> by <em>Carol</em> <em>Bergé</em>, <em>Robert</em> <em>Bly</em>, <em>Ted</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/burning_water#dscd3e143
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/burning_water#ref8

Guide to the Pam Butler Good Girl Archive ca. 1992-2011 MSS 322

This collection contains the original artwork, photocopies, and audio and video recordings produced by the Good Girl and Win street art projects as conceived and executed by artist Pam Butler in Buffalo and New York during the 1990s.

with <em>Butler</em>, <em>press</em> <em>coverage</em>, and <em>contextual</em> <em>information</em> <em>related</em> to the <em>New</em> <em>York</em> <em>street</em> <em>art</em> <em>milieu</em> of the <em>1980</em><em>s</em>
<em>related</em> to <em>success</em> ("<em>Have</em> <em>you</em> <em>ever</em> <em>won</em> the <em>lottery</em>?", "<em>Suppose</em> <em>your</em> <em>life</em> <em>ws</em> <em>all</em> <em>over</em> and <em>you</em> <em>hadn't</em> <em>gotten</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/butler#ref252
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/butler#dscd3e146
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/butler#ref255

Guide to the Elinor Miller Papers1977-2004MSS 178

The Elinor Miller Papers consist largely of letters to Miller from Michel Butor, a prominent French author, and of Miller's collection of published material by or about Butor. Some of Miller's own letters to Butor are included, and some of her correspondence on the subject of Butor. Also included are various mixed media focusing on several artists with whom Butor often collaborated, and whom Miller also studied in their relation to the author.

for the <em>dissemination</em> of <em>much</em> of <em>his</em> <em>writing</em> to the <em>English-speaking</em> <em>world</em>, and <em>her</em> <em>essays</em> <em>appeared</em> in <em>numerous</em> <em>journals</em>
the <em>dominant</em> <em>form</em> of <em>avant-garde</em> <em>literature</em> <em>throughout</em> the <em>1950</em><em>s</em> and <em>early</em> <em>1960</em><em>s</em>. <em>Michel</em> <em>Butor</em>, <em>whose</em> <em>novel</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/butor#a2
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/butor#a23
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/butor#a3

Guide to the Andrea Callard Papers 1966-2000MSS 156

The Andrea Callard Papers include materials relating to the downtown New York art scene in the late 1970s and 1980s. The collection contains a particularly rich series on Collaborative Projects, Inc. (Colab), a non-profit arts group which Andrea Callard helped create. Additionally, the collection includes research, drawing, painting, and photography related to Andrea Callard's professional art career. Finally, the collection contains a great deal of information on art education residencies throughout New York.

<em>includes</em> <em>objects</em> such as <em>Andrea</em> <em>Callard</em>'s <em>red</em> <em>pill-box</em> <em>hat</em>, <em>Super</em>-<em>8</em><em>mm</em> <em>film</em> <em>supplies</em> and the <em>black</em>
in <em>painting</em> in <em>1972</em>. In <em>San</em> <em>Francisco</em>, <em>Callard</em> <em>found</em> <em>a</em> <em>rich</em> <em>artistic</em> <em>community</em> <em>including</em> <em>Jim</em> <em>Vincent</em>, <em>Bonnie</em> <em>O'Neill</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/callard#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/callard#dscd3e925
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/callard#ref9

Tammy Rae Carland Zine Collection 1988-2002 MSS 320

Tammy Rae Carland is a Professor at the California College of the Arts where she also chairs the Photography Program. In the 1990's Carland produced a series of fanzines, including I (heart) Amy Carter and Thorn. From 1997-2005 she co-ran Mr. Lady Records and Videos, an independent record label and video art distribution company that was dedicated to the production and distribution of queer and feminist culture. The collection contains zines from Carland's personal collection, spanning through feminist, queer, punk, and popular culture in the 1990's, beginning in 1988 through to 2002.

<em>fanzines</em>, <em>vegetarian/veganism</em>, <em>sexuality</em>, <em>AIDS</em>, <em>comics</em>, <em>erotica</em>, <em>poetry</em>, <em>literature</em>, and <em>diary-style</em>
<em>collaborated</em> on the <em>record</em> <em>art</em> for <em>bands</em> <em>Bikini</em> <em>Kill</em>, The <em>Fakes</em> and The <em>Butchies</em>. <em>From</em> <em>1997-2005</em> <em>she</em> <em>co-ran</em> <em>Mr</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/carlandzines#ref270
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/carlandzines#dscd3e132
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/carlandzines#ref271

Guide to the Caterpillar (Sherman Oaks, CA) Archive ca.1957-1987 MSS 010

Caterpillar was a highly regarded avant-garde poetry magazine which was issued quarterly between 1967 and 1973. Edited by Clayton Eshleman, the magazine sought to publish and promote experimental poetry and writing produced in North America during the late 1960s. This collection consists of correspondence, announcements, notes, manuscripts, typescripts and photographs related to Caterpillar's run. Among the noteworthy contributors: Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg, Denise Levertov, Robert Kelly, Gary Snyder, Gerard Malanga, Diane Wakoski, Luis Zukofsky, Gilbert Sorrentino, Vito Acconci, Georges Bataille, Carol Berg, Robert Bly, Charles Bukowski, Robert Creeley, Leon Golub, Thomas Merton, Anais Nin, Adrienne Rich, and Nancy Spero, among others.

of this <em>collection</em> <em>includes</em> <em>material</em> that <em>predates</em> and was <em>written</em> <em>subsequently</em>, the <em>run</em> of <em>Caterpillar</em> was <em>from</em> <em>1967-1971</em>.
in and <em>later</em> in <em>Sheman</em> <em>Oaks</em>, <em>Ca</em>. In <em>1971</em>, the <em>magazine</em> was <em>anthologized</em> by <em>Doubleday-Anchor</em> <em>as</em>: '<em>A</em> <em>Caterpillar</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/caterpillar#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/caterpillar#dscd3e257
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/caterpillar#ref9

The Guide to the Jerome Charyn Papers 1937-1997MSS 044

Jerome Charyn was born in the Bronx, New York, in 1937, and since 1963 has published short stories such as: 'On Second Avenue,' and more than twenty novels, the first of which is entitled: 'Once Upon A Droshky.' His reputation as a major writer has been fueled in part by a disregard for the limitations of established literary genres and a unique approach to the historical, romance and detective novel. The Jerome Charyn Papers are comprised of his personal archive from the years: 1937-1997.

<em>Subseries</em> <em>A</em> <em>contains</em> <em>videotapes</em> of The <em>Good</em> <em>Policeman</em> <em>TV</em> <em>Series</em>, <em>Vasanta</em> <em>Productions</em>, <em>Inc</em>. (<em>1992-1993</em>)
in <em>1963</em> <em>upon</em> <em>publishing</em> <em>two</em> of <em>his</em> <em>short</em> <em>stories</em>: '<em>Faigele</em>,' '<em>the</em> <em>Idiotke</em>' and '<em>On</em> <em>Second</em> <em>Avenue</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/charyn#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/charyn#dscd3e365
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/charyn#ref9

Guide to the Collective: Unconscious Archive 1995-2008 (bulk 1998-2004)MSS 225

Founded in 1995, Collective: Unconscious (C:U) was an experimental theater group strongly committed to the neighborhood of Manhattan's Lower East Side and its developing artists. Collective: Unconscious members staged dozens of their own productions at the group's home on Ludlow Street (and later on Church Street) and rented space to many other performers. As leaders of other performance groups, Collective members also involved Collective: Unconscious in many of the downtown cultural festivals of the 1990s and early 2000s, including the New York International Fringe Festival and the Downtown Arts Festival. The materials in the collection document the production and promotion of performances staged and hosted by the Collective and contains exhaustive documentation of the group's administrative functions and financial difficulties.

<em>Collective</em>: <em>Unconscious</em>' <em>contributions</em> to <em>late</em> <em>20</em><em>th-century</em> and <em>early</em> <em>21</em><em>st-century</em> <em>Manhattan</em> <em>avant-gardism</em>
and (<em>years</em> <em>undocumented</em>). <em>Among</em> the <em>most</em> <em>well-known</em> <em>works</em> <em>mounted</em> by <em>outside</em> <em>artists</em> <em>were</em> <em>Reverend</em> <em>Jen</em>'s <em>Anti-Slam</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/collun#ref956
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/collun#dscd3e209
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/collun#ref965

Guide to the El Corno Emplumado Archive1959-1969MSS 011

El Corno Emplumado was a literary magazine of poetry, prose, letters and art from two hemispheres, printed in Spanish and English. Margaret Randall founded the magazine in 1962 in an attempt to unite the literatures of the Americas. Published from Mexico, Margaret Randall and Sergio Mondragon co-edited the magazine until 1969 when Robert Cohen joined Randall as co-editor for the final two issues.

, to <em>create</em> <em>a</em> <em>sense</em> of <em>solidarity</em> <em>between</em> <em>hemispheres</em>. The <em>collection</em> <em>contains</em> <em>Margaret</em> <em>Randall</em>'s <em>personal</em>
and <em>revolutionaries</em> <em>themselves</em> <em>caused</em> <em>a</em> <em>rift</em> <em>between</em> <em>her</em> and <em>her</em> <em>co-editor</em> <em>Sergio</em> <em>Mondragon</em>. As <em>a</em> <em>result</em>, <em>Robert</em> <em>Cohen</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/corno#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/corno#dscd3e180
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/corno#ref9

Guide to the Cover Magazine Archive ca. 1986-1999 MSS 245

Cover Magazine was a New York arts monthly publication that existed from the late 80's through the 90's. Its stated mission was to be a comprehensive arts magazine--"to cover all the arts in every issue"--which included eclectic music and literary features alongside coverage of film, sculpture, dance, photography, and other visual arts. Press, promotional material, and advertiser information, including flyers, invitations, advertising rates, venue regulations, and other miscellaneous files from the magazine's publishing life, may be found in the archive.

, and <em>advertiser</em> <em>information</em>, <em>including</em> <em>flyers</em>, <em>invitations</em>, <em>advetising</em> <em>rates</em>, <em>venue</em> <em>regulations</em>, and <em>other</em>
<em>Publisher/Editor</em> <em>Jeffrey</em> <em>Cyphers</em> <em>Wright</em>, <em>including</em> <em>John</em> <em>Yau</em>, <em>Robert</em> <em>C</em>. <em>Morgan</em>, <em>Judd</em> <em>Tully</em>, <em>Anthony</em> <em>Bozza</em>, <em>A.D</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/cover#ref3
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/cover#dscd3e102
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/cover#ref2

Guide to the Richard W. Rychtarik / Hart Crane Papers 1923-1935MSS 103

Harold Hart Crane was born in 1899 and became a significant voice within modernist American poetry of the first half of the twentieth century. Crane moved to New York City and mixed with other prominent writers of the time and was influenced by both contemporary currents in poetry, and his early affinity for nineteenth-century French poets. In 1930, Crane received some acclaim from the publication of "The Bridge," his book-length poem that depicts New York City and his outlook on America in general. In 1932, upon completing a Guggenheim fellowship in Mexico, he set off by ship back to New York, but committed suicide by jumping from the deck during his passage.

The <em>collection</em> <em>had</em> <em>been</em> <em>kept</em> in <em>a</em> <em>very</em> <em>acidic</em> <em>scrapbook</em> <em>which</em> was <em>disbound</em> <em>when</em> the <em>Fales</em> <em>Library</em>
and <em>dissuaded</em> <em>from</em> <em>a</em> <em>career</em> in <em>poetry</em>, <em>Crane</em> <em>moved</em> to <em>New</em> <em>York</em> <em>City</em> to <em>write</em>, <em>where</em> <em>he</em> <em>met</em> <em>other</em> <em>prominent</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/crane#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/crane#dscd3e164
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/crane#ref9

Guide to the Les Dames d'Escoffier New York Archive 1976-2008MSS 150

Les Dames d'Escoffier New York (LDENY) is a society of professional women involved in the food, wine, and hospitality industries. The purpose of the organization is to support and promote the understanding, appreciation, and knowledge of food, beverages, nutrition, the arts of the table, and other fields as they relate to these disciplines. The collection includes menus, flyers, invitation cards, members' correspondence, administrative and promotional material, photographs, and videorecordings.

The <em>Les</em> <em>Dames</em> <em>d'Escoffier</em> <em>New</em> <em>York</em> <em>Archive</em> <em>spans</em> the <em>organization</em>'s <em>activities</em> <em>from</em> the <em>years</em> <em>1976-2008</em>
<em>Les</em> <em>Dames</em> <em>d'Escoffier</em>, <em>New</em> <em>York</em> (<em>LDENY</em>), is <em>a</em> <em>society</em> of <em>professional</em> <em>women</em> <em>involved</em> in the <em>food</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/dames#ref9
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/dames#dscd3e246
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/dames#ref10

Guide to the Joe Campbell Collection of Dorothy Dean Letters 1964-1987 MSS 222

The Joe Campbell Collection of Dorothy Dean Letters contains 46 letters written to Joe Campbell. Of the 46, 42 were written by Dorothy Dean; the other four were written by various friends of Campbell after Dean's death. The letters are dated from 1964-1987.

of the <em>first</em> <em>issue</em> of <em>Dean</em>'s <em>film</em> <em>review</em>, <em>which</em> <em>she</em> <em>called</em> the "<em>All-Lavender</em> <em>Cinema</em> <em>Courier</em>." <em>Evincing</em> <em>her</em>
<em>Plains</em>, <em>New</em> <em>York</em>, <em>she</em> <em>attended</em> <em>Radcliffe</em> <em>College</em> and in <em>1958</em> <em>earned</em> <em>a</em> <em>masters</em> <em>degree</em> in <em>Fine</em> <em>Arts</em> <em>from</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/dean#a2
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/dean#a23
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/dean#a3

Guide to the Marcelo DeMoura Papers 1941-1999 MSS 112

Marcelo DeMoura is an animation artist and collector of animation artworks. The Marcelo DeMoura Papers contain original drawings and animation cels, as well as copies of additional drawings and Disney movie drafts.

<em>drawings</em> that <em>span</em> <em>a</em> <em>date</em> <em>range</em> <em>from</em> <em>1982-1999</em>. The <em>collection</em> <em>also</em> <em>contains</em> <em>photostats</em> of <em>model</em> <em>sheets</em>
<em>Marcelo</em> <em>DeMoura</em>, <em>animator</em> and <em>collector</em> of <em>animation</em>, <em>has</em> <em>worked</em> in the <em>animation</em> <em>departments</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/demoura#ref75
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/demoura#dscd3e151
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/demoura#ref80
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/dickason#dscd3e65

Guide to the Dean Johnson Papers 1982-2007 MSS 335

The Dean Johnson Papers consists of materials documenting Dean Johnson's career as a party and club promotor and perfomer in New York City's Downtown club scene. Spanning over two decades, this collection contains promotional materials for parties organized by Johnson, as well as print and media coverage of Johnson's two bands, Dean and the Weenies and the Velvet Mafia.

<em>audio</em> and <em>video</em> <em>recordings</em> of <em>performances</em>, <em>digital</em> <em>photos</em> and <em>data</em> <em>storage</em>. <em>Dated</em> <em>materials</em> <em>span</em>
and <em>Roll</em> <em>Fag</em> <em>Bar</em>, <em>Pubic</em> <em>Hair</em> <em>Club</em> for <em>Men</em>, and <em>HomoCorps</em>, <em>a</em> <em>gay</em> <em>themed</em> <em>night</em> at <em>CBGB</em>. <em>Johnson</em> <em>fronted</em> <em>two</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/djohnson#ref100
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/djohnson#dscd3e155
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/djohnson#ref105

Guide to the Coleman Dowell Papers 1925-1985MSS 036

(Robert) Coleman Dowell (1925-1985) was a composer, lyricist, poet, playwright, novelist, and critic. He corresponded with many famous authors and well-known personalities from the early 1960's through 1984. The collection includes correspondence, original sheet music composed by Dowell for television and Broadway musicals during his early years in New York City, photographs, and manuscripts of published and unpublished novels, poetry, short fiction, and plays.

as . The <em>2008</em> <em>Accretion</em> <em>includes</em> <em>all</em> of the <em>above</em>, as <em>well</em> as an <em>audio</em> <em>recording</em> of <em>Dowell</em> <em>singing</em> <em>some</em> of <em>his</em>
<em>returned</em> <em>home</em> to the <em>U.S</em>. in <em>1946</em> and <em>settled</em> in <em>Louisville</em> for <em>a</em> <em>few</em> <em>years</em> <em>where</em> <em>he</em> was <em>a</em> <em>full-time</em> <em>member</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/dowell#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/dowell#dscd3e423
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/dowell#ref9

Guide to the Ed Smith Papers 1974-2005 (Bulk 1978-2004)MSS 177

Ed Smith was a poet, active in the 1980's in the scene centered around the Beyond Baroque/Literary Arts Center in Los Angeles. His papers cover the period 1978-2005, when Smith lived in Los Angeles and New York City. The materials include, but are not limited to, journals, notebooks, correspondence, drafts, manuscripts, flyers, photographs, monographs and periodicals.

. The <em>papers</em> <em>cover</em> the <em>period</em> <em>1978-2005</em>, <em>when</em> <em>Smith</em> <em>lived</em> in <em>Los</em> <em>Angeles</em> and <em>New</em> <em>York</em> <em>City</em>. The <em>material</em>
, <em>California</em> for <em>one</em> <em>academic</em> <em>year</em> (<em>1975-76</em>), <em>before</em> <em>making</em> <em>his</em> <em>way</em> to <em>Los</em> <em>Angeles</em>. <em>He</em> <em>worked</em> as <em>a</em> <em>paralegal</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/edsmith#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/edsmith#dscd3e481
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/edsmith#ref9

Guide to the Theodore Enslin Papers ca. 1955-1975 MSS 047

The Theodore Enslin Papers are a collection of correspondence and manuscripts written to and by Theodore Enslin between 1957 and 1975. Collection highlights include letters written by Paul Blackburn, Robert Bly, Carol Berge, Hayden Carruth, Cid Corman, Diane DiPrima, Clayton Eshleman, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Henry Rago and Gary Snyder.

, <em>Robert</em> <em>Bly</em>, <em>Carol</em> <em>Berge</em>, <em>Hayden</em> <em>Carruth</em>, <em>Cid</em> <em>Corman</em>, <em>Diane</em> <em>DiPrima</em>, <em>Clayton</em> <em>Eshleman</em>, <em>Ian</em> <em>Hamilton</em> <em>Finlay</em>
the <em>Niemann</em> <em>Award</em> in <em>1955</em> for <em>his</em> <em>weekly</em> <em>newspaper</em> <em>column</em>, "<em>Six</em> <em>Miles</em> <em>Square</em>." <em>Enslin</em> <em>has</em> <em>also</em> <em>written</em> <em>a</em> <em>play</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/enslin#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/enslin#dscd3e191
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/enslin#ref2

Epoxy Art Group Archive 1982-1992 MSS 367

Epoxy was an art collective that specialized in collaborative, multi-media, and experimental projects. Active between the years of 1982 and around 1992, Epoxy was founded by Ming Fay, Jerry Kwan, Kwok, Bing Lee, Kang Lok Chung, and Eric Chan — all New York City based visual artists with cultural ties to Hong Kong. The Archive includes original artwork, photographs, slides, press releases, press coverage, some business files and correspondence, and internal meeting minutes as well as other writings.

<em>Epoxy</em> <em>Art</em> <em>Group</em> <em>Record</em>'s <em>includes</em> <em>one</em> <em>cassette</em> <em>tape</em>, <em>which</em> <em>has</em> <em>been</em> <em>separated</em> as <em>its</em> <em>own</em> <em>series</em>
<em>Spot</em>, <em>1986-7</em>), <em>Out</em> of <em>Context</em> (<em>1987</em>), <em>36</em> <em>Tactics</em> (<em>1988</em>), <em>18</em> <em>Layers</em> of <em>Hell</em> (<em>1988</em>), and <em>a</em> <em>public</em> <em>art</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/epoxy#ref108
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/epoxy#dscd3e182
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/epoxy#ref109

Guide to the Explorers Club Annual Dinners Archive 1973 - 2002 MSS 234

The Explorers Club was founded in 1904 as an organization to unite explorers in fellowship and to promote the work of exploration. The Club in now an international multidisciplinary professional society dedicated to the advancement of field research and the ideal that it is vital to preserve the instinct to explore. The Explorers Club promotes the scientific exploration of land, sea, air, and space by supporting research and education in the physical, natural and biological sciences. The Club's Annual Dinners honor accomplishments in exploration and field sciences. The collection includes programs from the Annual Dinners of the Club from 1973 to 2002. The programs include brief biographies of honorees, a menu, further biographies of speakers from the event, and a listing of current officers and board members of the Club.

<em>Cussler</em>, <em>Jim</em> <em>Fowler</em>, <em>John</em> <em>Glenn</em>, <em>Jane</em> <em>Goodall</em>, <em>Heinrich</em> <em>Harrer</em>, <em>Thor</em> <em>Heyerdahl</em>, <em>Marlin</em> <em>Perkins</em>, <em>Sally</em> <em>Ride</em>
"<em>About</em> the <em>Club</em>: <em>A</em> <em>Gathering</em> <em>Place</em>." The <em>Explorers</em> <em>Club</em>. <em>Accessed</em> on <em>Febrary</em> <em>26</em>, <em>2009</em>. <em>http://www.explorers.org/about/history/gatheringplace.php</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/explorers#ref4
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/explorers#dscd3e124
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/explorers#ref11

Food Studies Ephemera Collection MSS 310

The Food Studies Ephemera Collection consists of pamphlets, recipe booklets, and other food- and cookery-related ephemera donated to Fales by various donors.

<em>booklets</em>) <em>having</em> to <em>do</em> with <em>food</em> and <em>cookery</em>. The <em>bulk</em> of the <em>materials</em> are <em>from</em> the <em>mid-twentieth</em> <em>century</em>.
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/foodephemera#dscd3e93
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/foodephemera#ref262

Franklin Furnace Ephemera Collection, Compiled by Matthew Hogan ca. 1970 - 2007 (Bulk 1985 - 2007) MSS 206

Since its inception in 1976, Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc. has been devoted to documenting and preserving ephemeral art forms. The Franklin Furnace Ephemera Collection contains invitations, flyers, postcards, and advertisements collected by Franklin Furnace for close to three decades. The collection is international in scope, comprising materials in numerous languages related to art events in numerous countries.

and <em>St</em>. <em>Mark</em>'s <em>Church-in-the-Bowery</em>, as <em>well</em> as <em>nightclubs</em> such as the <em>Limelight</em>, <em>Tunnel</em> and <em>Palladium</em>.
<em>City</em> in <em>1976</em>; <em>since</em> <em>then</em>, <em>Franklin</em> <em>Furnace</em> <em>has</em> <em>been</em> <em>one</em> of the <em>strongest</em> <em>driving</em> <em>forces</em> <em>behind</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/franklin#ref213
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/franklin#dscd3e355
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/franklin#ref215

Guide to the Fugs Archive ca. 1963-1971MSS 013

The Fugs Archive is a part of the Avant Garde Collection at Fales Library, New York University. The Fugs Archive is a collection of correspondence and manuscripts about band members Ed Sanders, Tuli Kupferberg, and Ken Weaver. Materials are arranged in alphabetical and chronological order.

The <em>Fugs</em> <em>Archive</em> <em>consists</em> of <em>correspondence</em>, <em>manuscripts</em>, <em>flyers</em>, <em>newsclippings</em>, and <em>publications</em>
and <em>hate</em> to <em>super-abundant</em> <em>love</em>. The <em>Fugs</em> <em>performed</em> <em>about</em> <em>15</em> of their <em>110</em> <em>songs</em> <em>per</em> <em>show</em> and <em>presented</em> <em>12</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/fugsarchive#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/fugsarchive#dscd3e149
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/fugsarchive#ref9

Guide to the Nancy Fales Garrett Papers ca.1965-1992 MSS 51

The Nancy Fales Garrett Papers include original manuscripts of theater pieces, poem, short stories, a novel, published pieces, critical reviews, and a poster from the Regent Theatre.

The <em>Nancy</em> <em>Fales</em> <em>Garrett</em> <em>Papers</em> <em>include</em> <em>original</em> <em>manuscripts</em> of <em>theater</em> <em>pieces</em>, <em>poem</em>, <em>short</em> <em>stories</em>
an <em>organic</em> <em>dairy</em> <em>farm</em> in <em>Delhi</em>, <em>NY</em>. <em>Fales</em> <em>Garrett</em> <em>began</em> <em>her</em> <em>theatrical</em> <em>career</em> at <em>LaMaMa</em> <em>ETC</em> and <em>later</em> <em>founded</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/garrett#ref46
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/garrett#dscd3e111
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/garrett#ref2

Guide to the Gay and Lesbian Pulp Fiction Collection 1955-1988 MSS 116MSS 116

American queer culture saw some of its earliest mass expression in the pulp fiction market starting around the end of World War II. The collection includes a substantial sampling of the gay pulp fiction genre from the 1950's to the 1980's.

<em>South</em> <em>Africa</em>? <em>What</em> <em>sorts</em> of <em>erotic</em> and <em>social-political</em> <em>bonds</em> <em>may</em> <em>exist</em> <em>between</em> <em>a</em> <em>Native</em> <em>American</em> <em>Indian</em>
." . <em>Volume</em> <em>2</em>, #<em>2</em>. <em>2002</em>, <em>June</em>. The <em>Stonewall</em> <em>Library</em> and <em>Archives</em>, <em>Ft</em> <em>Lauderdale</em> <em>Fla</em>. [<em>Online</em>: <em>http://www.stonewall-library.org/Archives/news/Archeion/June</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/gaypulp#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/gaypulp#dscd3e269
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/gaypulp#ref9

Guide to the Jack Gelber Papers 1938-2002 (Bulk 1957-1999)MSS 146

The Jack Gelber Papers reflect their creator's career as a writer, director and teacher of American theatre. Much of the collection is composed of Gelber's correspondence and writing, particularly his plays. The collection also holds a smaller amount of records dedicated to a number of the theatre productions and workshops he directed which included performances of his own works. However there are few documents concerning his career as an instructor. As a whole the collection contains substantial quantities of correspondence, typescript drafts, handwritten notes, printed advertisements, and clippings along with a few journal entries, audiotapes, and videocassettes.

<em>television</em> <em>program</em>. <em>A</em> <em>few</em> <em>letters</em> <em>also</em> <em>appear</em> in <em>Series</em> <em>II</em> in <em>instances</em> <em>where</em> they <em>were</em> <em>used</em> to <em>record</em> <em>notes</em>
<em>Jack</em> <em>Gelber</em> <em>began</em> <em>writing</em> <em>his</em> <em>first</em> <em>play</em>, "<em>The</em> <em>Connection</em>," in <em>late</em> <em>1957</em>. <em>Two</em> <em>years</em> <em>later</em>, <em>acting</em>
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/gelber#ref8
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/gelber#dscd3e693
http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/fales/gelber#ref9

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