A Guide to the Ed Sanders Papers

A Guide to the Ed Sanders Papers

Summary Information

Title
A Guide to the Ed Sanders Papers
Creator
Sanders, Ed.
Inclusive Dates
undated, 1955-1976
Extent
12.0 Linear feet
Abstract
Collection materials reflect Sanders' literary and publishing work, affinities with writers from both the Beat and New York Schools of poetry, and political organizing activities and interests, including his pacifism, opposition to the Vietnam War and nuclear weapons, and advocacy for sexual freedom, legalization of marijuana, and freedom of expression. The collection includes manuscripts of poems, books, articles, and lyrics; correspondence; manuscript submissions and page proofs; promotional materials and interviews; and printed ephemera. Major correspondents include Robert Creeley, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Jackson MacLow, Gerard Malanga, Duncan McNaughton, Charles Olson, and Ron Padgett. The bulk of the collection dates from 1960 to 1976.
Call Number
1978.0002
Language
English
Finding Aid Prepared By
Finding aid prepared by Jennifer Schlechtweg. (August 2005)
Repository
University of Connecticut Libraries 405 Babbidge Road Unit 1205 Storrs, Connecticut, 06269-1205 860.486.2524 archives@uconn.edu

Preferred Citation

[Item description, #:#], Ed Sanders Papers.  Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center,  University of Connecticut Libraries.

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Access and Use

Acquisition Information

The collection was purchased from Mr. Sanders in 1978.

Access Restrictions

The collection is open and available for research.

Preferred Citation

[Item description, #:#], Ed Sanders Papers.  Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center,  University of Connecticut Libraries.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • FY Press.
  • Peace Eye Bookstore.

Genre(s)

  • Audio visual materials
  • Correspondence
  • Financial Records
  • Fliers [printed matter]
  • Galley proofs
  • Illustrations (layout features).
  • Manuscripts (document genre)
  • Newsletters
  • Newspapers
  • Notebooks
  • Notes
  • Periodicals
  • Photocopies
  • Photographs
  • Poems
  • Posters
  • Press releases
  • Publications
  • Typescripts

Geographic Name(s)

  • New York (State)
  • New York (State)--New York
  • United States

Personal Name(s)

  • Glover, Albert--Correspondence.
  • Malanga, Gerard
  • Manson, Charles, 1934-
  • Sanders, Ed.

Subject(s)

  • Actions and defenses
  • American literature
  • American poetry
  • Authors and publishers
  • Beat generation
  • Civil rights
  • Civil rights demonstrations
  • Cultural life
  • Freedom of speech
  • Fuck you (Periodical).
  • Literature
  • Obscenity (Law)
  • Peace movements
  • Poetry
  • Poetry--Editing
  • Poets
  • Publishers and publishing
  • Trials (Obscenity)
  • Twentieth century.

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Biography

James Edward Sanders was born in  Kansas City, Missouri, on August 17, 1939. In 1958, at the age of 17, he left the  University of Missouri, hitchhiked to New York City, and enrolled at  New York University. Between 1961 and 1963, Sanders participated in a number of nonviolent demonstrations against the proliferation of nuclear weapons. At a peace vigil in August 1961, Sanders was fined and later jailed for refusing to pay. While in jail, Sanders wrote his first book,  Poem from Jail, a poem in nine parts published by  Lawrence Ferlinghetti's  City Lights Books.

In 1962, Sanders opened Peace Eye Bookstore in the East Village neighborhood of New York City. The bookstore quickly became a gathering place for local activists, poets, artists and musicians. Sanders began publishing a literary journal that same year;  Fuck You/A Magazine of the Arts featured poems by Sanders and many important writers of the Beat Generation, including  William Burroughs,  Gregory Corso,  Robert Creeley,  Diane DiPrima,  Allen Ginsberg,  Michael McClure,  Frank O'Hara,  Charles Olson,  Joel Oppenheimer,  Gary Snyder, and  John Wieners. In 1966, after thirteen issues, the journal ended when it was seized, along with a number of publications and personal materials, when Sanders was charged with obscenity by the New York City police.

Throughout the 1960s and 1970s, in addition to organizing and participating in a number of political actions, Sanders continued to produce poetry, prose, broadsides, underground newsletters, periodicals, and films, some of which were published by his own small press operations ( Fuck You Press, and  Poetry, Crime & Culture Press). He also gained national notoriety at this time as a rock musician with the band the  Fugs, a group he co-founded with friend and poet,  Tuli Kupferberg. Between 1965 and 1970, the band recorded six albums and toured regularly, playing at small theaters, colleges, political rallies, and bookstores.

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Scope and Content

Collection materials reflect Sanders' literary and publishing work, affinities with writers from both the Beat and New York Schools of poetry, and political organizing activities and interests, including his pacifism, opposition to the Vietnam War and nuclear weapons, and advocacy for sexual freedom, legalization of marijuana, and freedom of expression. The collection includes manuscripts of poems, books, articles, and lyrics; correspondence; manuscript submissions and page proofs; promotional materials and interviews; and printed ephemera. Major correspondents include Robert Creeley,  Lawrence Ferlinghetti,  Jackson MacLow,  Gerard Malanga,  Duncan McNaughton,  Charles Olson, and  Ron Padgett. The bulk of the collection dates from 1960 to 1976.

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Related Materials

Separated Material

The following materials have been separated from the collection and cataloged:

New York Action Bulletin, v. I, #3, May 1965. Dodd Call No. Dodd Per

Committee for Nonviolent Action Bulletin, 3/20/64, 7/24/64, 11/2/64, 1/25/65, 2/27/65, 5/28/65, 8/27/65. Dodd Call No. Dodd Per

Direct Action for a Nonviolent World, 1964-1966 [incomplete]. Dodd Call No. Dodd Per

The Activist, Fall 1961. Dodd Call No. Dodd Per

Bulletin of the World Council of Peace, 11/61. Dodd Call No. Dodd Per

Fellowship, 3/61. Dodd Call No. Dodd Per

I.F. Stone's Weekly, 3/9/64, 6/22/64, 6/14/65. Dodd Call No. Dodd Per

Los Angeles Free Press, 5/64. . Dodd Call No. Dodd Per Oversize

Mobilizer, 9/1/67, 9/26/67. Dodd Call No. Dodd Per

Peace News . Dodd Call No. Dodd Per Oversize

Brownstone. no.16 (1964 Feb.24). Dodd Call No. Dodd Per

Braziller, Fall 1975. Dodd Call No. Dodd Per

Civil Liberties in New York, 3/66. Dodd Call No. Dodd Per Oversize

Verdict against Malay Roy Choudhury. Dodd Call No. XA I.31 no. 57

Marijuana Review, October - December 1968. Dodd Call No. Dodd Per

Fugs/LA Oracle/Liberation News Service October 21, 1967 (reel-to-reel recording) Dodd Call No. 1978-0002.rr1

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Collection Inventory

Series I: Poetry, 1955-1976 

Subseries A: Individual Poems, undated, 1955-1976 

BoxFolder

"4 Times was the City Rebuilt--The 34th Year", undated 

1:1

A, undated, 1959-1973 

1:2

The Age, undated, 1975-1976 

1:3

B, undated, 1960-1968 

1:4

C, undated, 1961 

1:5

Cemetery Hill, 1961-1964 

1:6

D, undated, 1959-1969 

1:7

E, undated, 1967-1969 

1:8

F, undated, 1959-1971 

1:9

G, undated, 1967 

1:10

Gobble Gang Poems, 1961-1965 

1:11

H, undated 

1:12

I, undated, 1957-1976 

1:13

J, undated, 1960-1972 

1:14

K, undated, 1959 

1:15

King Lord/Queen Freak, 1973 

1:16

L, undated, 1964 

1:17

M, undated, 1959-1974 

1:18

N, undated, 1974-1975 

1:19

O, undated, 1961-1976 

1:20

P, undated, 1959-1976 

1:21

Q, undated 

1:22

R, undated, 1962-1965 

1:23

S, undated, 1957-1962 

1:24

Soft-Man Poems, 1962-1966 

1:25-26

T, undated, 1965-1976 

2:27

U, undated 

2:28

V, undated, 1964-1972 

2:29

"The Vision of the Fist", 1959-1961 

2:30-31

W, undated, 1959-1974 

2:32

"Wounded by the War", 1975 

2:33-34

Y, undated, 1959 

2:35

Subseries B: Collected Poems, undated,1955-1976 

"Total Collected Poems" (unpublished manuscript), undated 

BoxFolder

Volume I: Standing Up to Face It, 1955-1958 

2:36

Volume I: Standing Up to Face It, 1959-1960 

2:37

Volume II: Vision of the Fist, 1959-1961 

2:38-39

Volume III: Sparkling Flower, undated 

2:40

Volume IV: Streets of Freedom, undated 

2:41

Volume V: Dreams of Sexual Perfection, undated 

2:42

Volume VI: 20,000 A.D., undated 

2:43

Volume VII: Rejected Relicta Floating in the Drool-Poems Crowding the Poem, undated 

3:44-45

Volume VIII: The Tides, undated 

3:46

Volume IX: Peals of Ha Ha Hee Th' Politeia, 1975-1976 

3:47
BoxFolder

Poems for Marilyn, undated 

3:48

Poems From Jail, 1961-1962 

3:49-50

Poems From Jail, undated 

3:51

The Toe Queen Poems, 1964 

3:52

Fuck God in the Ass, undated 

3:53

Egyptian Hieroglyphics, 1973-1974 

3:54

20,000 A.D., notes and working papers, undated, 1975 

3:55-56

20,000 A.D., final manuscript, 1974-1975 

3:57

Investigative Poetry, undated, 1975 

11:271

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Series II: Books and Pamphlets, 1969-1976 

Subseries A: Shards of God, 1969-1970 

BoxFolder

Name Usage Consent Papers, 1969-1970 

4:58

Notes and Drafts, undated 

BoxFolder

Abbie Danger Fucking, undated 

4:59

Aunt No No, undated 

4:60

The Burning Bush, undated 

4:61

Church Center, undated 

4:62

Festival of Life, undated 

4:63

The Great Pentagon Hunching Contest, undated 

4:64

Growth of Yippie, undated 

4:65

Hilton Battles, undated 

4:66

Initiation, undated 

4:67

Introduction, undated 

4:68

Jerry Rubin, undated 

4:69

Jerry Summons the Spread of Che, undated 

4:70

LSD Chicago Water Supply, undated 

4:71

Mayor Deley Sucks Off a Pig, undated 

4:72

Night at Lincoln Park, undated 

4:73

Orgy of Triumph with the Sauceriods, undated 

4:74

The Puking Sphinx, undated 

4:75

The Salt Water Tank Ceremony, undated 

4:76

A Sketch of Paul Kraussuer, undated 

4:77

Terry Southern, undated 

4:78

Unidentified, undated 

4:79-80

Original Manuscript, undated 

BoxFolder

Introduction and Dedication, undated 

4:81

The Great Pentagon Hunching Contest, undated 

4:82

Aunt No No and the Psychedlic Concentration Camp, undated 

4:83

The Formation of Yippie, undated 

5:84

Jerry Rubin's Apartment, undated 

5:85

The Initiation, undated 

5:86

The Growth of Yippie, undated 

5:87

Computer Worship, undated 

5:88

The Freedomright Vale of Detention, undated 

5:89

Jerry Rubin Summons-The Spririt of Che, undated 

5:90

The Festival of Life, undated 

5:91

Nighttime in Lincoln Park, undated 

5:92

Goons: The Saga of Robert Pierson, undated 

5:93

The Battle of Hilton, undated 

5:94

Orgy of Triumph With the Sauceroids, undated 

5:95

Copy of Manuscript, undated 

BoxFolder

Cover-Growth of Yippie, undated 

5:96

The LSD Water Supply Caper-The End, undated 

5:97

Subseries B: The Family, 1971-1972 

Notes and Drafts, undated 

BoxFolder

August 8, 1969, undated 

5:98

Berserk, undated 

5:99

The Breaking of the Case, undated 

5:100

The Burning of the Michigan Loader, undated 

5:101

The Capture of Manson, undated 

5:102

The Capture of Manson Continued, undated 

5:103

Chapter 1, undated 

5:104

Death on Cielo Drive, undated 

5:105

Early August, undated 

5:106

The Fall of the House of Manson September 1-October 12, 1969, undated 

5:107

Fear Swept the Poolsides, undated 

5:108

Hell the Death of Gary Hinman, undated 

5:109

Middle of Book Portion of The Family, undated 

5:110

The Morning of August 9, 1969, undated 

6:111

November-December, undated 

6:112

Out of the Slams, undated 

6:113

Pages 48-57 of Manuscript-Transcript of Tape #5, undated 

6:114

Rommel, undated 

6:115

The Search, undated 

6:116

The Second Night, undated 

6:117

Triad Number Two, undated 

6:118

William Garretson, undated 

6:119

Unidentified, undated 

6:120-124

Working Papers and Reviews, undated 

6:125

Esquire Rough Cuts, 1971 

BoxFolder

Esquire Rough Cuts August 10, 1971 

6:126-129

Author's Manuscript, undated 

BoxFolder

Introduction, undated 

6:130

Chapter 1: A Poor Risk for Probation, undated 

6:131

Chapter 2: Out of the Slams, undated 

6:132

Chapter 3: The Witches of Mendocino, undated 

6:133

Chapter 4: The Sleazo Inputs, undated 

6:134

Chapter 5: The Polanskis, undated 

6:135

Chapter 6: The Process, undated 

6:136

Chapter 7: The Spahn Movie Ranch 1968, undated 

7:137

Chapter 8: Death Valley 1968, undated 

7:138

Chapter 9: Woodsrock Road, undated 

7:139

Chapter 10: From Death Valley to Canoga Park, undated 

7:140

Chapter 11: The Invasion of the Scientologist Goldminers, undated 

7:141

Chapter 12: Helter Skelter, undated 

7:142

Chapter 13: The Hollowberry Hill Ranch of Satan, undated 

7:143

Chapter 14: The Solar Lodge of the O.T.O, undated 

7:144

Chapter 15: The Golden Rope, undated 

7:145

Chapter 16: Donner Pass , undated 

7:146

Chapter 17: The Spahn Movie Ranch - April - May - June 1969, undated 

7:147

Chapter 18: The Locusts - July 1969, undated 

7:148

Chapter 19: Fetting the Fear, undated 

7:149

Chapter 20: The Blood Sacrifice Complex, undated 

7:150

Chapter 21: Cielo Drive, undated 

7:151

Chapter 22: Hell the Death of Gary Hinman, undated 

7:152

Chapter 23: Early August, undated 

7:153

Chapter 24: The Anvil Into Tartaros, undated 

7:154

Chapter 25: August 8, 1969, undated 

7:155

Chapter 26: William Garretson, undated 

7:156

Chapter 27: Death on Cielo Drive, undated 

7:157

Chapter 28: The Morning of August 9, 1969, undated 

7:158

Chapter 29: Fear Swept the Poolsides, undated 

7:159

Chapter 30: The Second Night, undated 

7:160

Chapter 31: Triad Number Two, undated 

7:161

Chapter 32: The Search, undated 

7:162

Chapter 33: The Motive, undated 

7:163

Chapter 34: Berserk!, undated 

7:164

Chapter 35: Rommel, undated 

7:165

Chapter 36: The Burning of the Michigan Loader, undated 

7:166

Chapter 37: The Capture of Manson, undated 

7:167

Chapter 38: The Breaking of the Case, undated 

7:168

Dutton's Editor's Copy, undated 

BoxFolder

Introduction/ Index, undated 

7:169

Chapter 1: A Poor Risk for Probation, undated 

7:170

Chapter 2: Out of the Slams, undated 

7:171

Chapter 3: Sleazo Inputs, undated 

7:172

Chapter 4: The Polanskis, undated 

8:173

Chapter 5: The Process, undated 

8:174

Chapter 6: The Spahn Movie Ranch 1968, undated 

8:175

Chapter 7: Death Valley 1968, undated 

8:176

Chapter 8: From Death Valley to Canoga Park, undated 

8:177

Chapter 9: Helter Skelter, undated 

8:178

Chapter 10: The Solar of the O.T.O, undated 

8:179

Chapter 11: Donner Pass, undated 

8:180

Chapter 12: The Spahn Movie Ranch April - May - June 1969, undated 

8:181

Chapter 13: The Locusts, undated 

8:182

Chapter 14: Getting the Fear, undated 

8:183

Chapter 15: The Death of Gary Hinman, undated 

8:184

Chapter 16: The Anvil Into, undated 

8:185

Chapter 17: Death on Cielo Drive, undated 

8:186

Chapter 18: Fear Swept the Poolsides, undated 

8:187

Chapter 19: The Second Night, undated 

8:188

Chapter 20: The Search, undated 

8:189

Chapter 21: Beserk!, undated 

8:190

Chapter 22: Rommel, undated 

8:191

Chapter 23: The Burning of the Michigan Loader, undated 

8:192

Chapter 24: The Capture of Manson, undated 

8:193

Chapter 25: The Breaking of the Case, undated 

8:194

Press Material, 1971-1972 

BoxFolder

Press Material, 1971 

8:195

Press Material, undated,1971-1972 

8:196

Subseries C: Tales of Beatnik Glory, 1973-1975 

Notes and Drafts, undated,1973-1974 

BoxFolder

Galleys, undated 

9:197

Atomic Energy Commission Sit-in (AEC), undated 

9:198

The Book Verse, undated 

9:199

Changes, undated 

9:200

Chessman, undated 

9:201

The Cuban Missile Crisis, undated 

9:202

A Day of Kicks, undated 

9:203

An Editorial Conference, undated 

9:204

The Feet, undated 

9:205

Introduction, 1973-1974 

9:206

The Kick Grid, undated 

9:207

Lophophora Roller Rink, undated 

9:208

Luminous Animal Theatre, undated 

9:209

Mindscape Gallery, undated 

9:210

The Mother-in-law, undated 

9:211

The Painters, undated 

9:212

The Panelists, undated 

9:213

Peace Walk, undated 

9:214

The Piano Player, undated 

9:215

The Poetry Reading, undated 

9:216

Riotfest, undated 

9:217

Siobhan McKenna Group-Grope, undated 

9:218

Stare-Mush, undated 

9:219

Stonehill, undated 

9:220

A Strange Affair, undated 

9:221

Symposium on the Death of the Beat Generation, undated 

9:222

Total Assault Cantina, undated 

9:223

The VFW Crawling Contest, undated 

9:224

Vulture Egg, undated 

9:225

Unidentified, undated 

9:226

Original Manuscript, undated 

BoxFolder

Introduction/Index, undated 

10:227

The Poetry Reading, undated 

10:228

Mother-in-Law, undated 

10:229

Total Assault Cantina, undated 

10:230

Chessman, undated 

10:231

The Cube of Potato Soaring Through Vastness, undated 

10:232

Johnny the Foot, undated 

10:233

Mindscape Gallery, undated 

10:234

Vulture Egg Matzoh, undated 

10:235

Siobhan McKenna Group-Grope, undated 

10:236

Lumionous Animal Theatre, undated 

10:237

An Editorial Conference, undated 

10:238

The Filmmaker, undated 

10:239

The AEC Sit-in, undated 

10:240

Peace Walk, undated 

10:241

Raked Sand, undated 

10:242

The Book of Verse, undated 

10:243

Final Manuscript, undated 

BoxFolder

Introduction/ Chapter 1: The Mother - in -Law, undated 

10:244

Chapter 2: Total Assault Cantina, undated 

10:245

Chapter 3: The Poetry Reading, undated 

10:246

Chapter 4: Chessman, undated 

10:247

Chapter 5: The Cube of Potato Soaring through Vastness, undated 

10:248

Chapter 6: Johnny the Foot, undated 

10:249

Chapter 7: Mindscape Gallery, undated 

10:250

Chapter 8: Vulture Egg Matzoh Brei, undated 

10:251

Chapter 9: Siobhan Mckenna Group-Grope, undated 

10:252

Chapter 10: The Painters, undated 

10:253

Chapter 11: Lophophora Roller Rink, undated 

10:254

Chapter 12: Luminous Animal Theatre, undated 

10:255

Chapter 13: An Editorial Conference, undated 

10:256

Chapter 14: The Filmaker, undated 

10:257

Chapter 15: The A.E.C Sit-in, undated 

10:258

Chapter 16: Peace Walk, undated 

10:259

Chapter 17: Raked Sand, undated 

10:260

Chapter 18: A Book of Verse, undated 

10:261

Page Proofs, undated 

BoxFolder

Publisher Letter - Page 64, undated 

10:262

Page 64 - 173, 

10:263

Page 174 - 274, 

11:264

Reproductions, undated 

BoxFolder

Introduction - Total Assault on Cantina, undated 

11:265

Chessman - Mindscape, undated 

11:266

Vulture Egg Matzoh Brei - Lophophora Roller Rink, undated 

11:267

Luminous Animal Theatre - An Editorial Conference, undated 

11:268

The Filmmaker - The AEC Sit-in, undated 

11:269

Peace Walk - The Book Verse, undated 

11:270

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Series III: Correspondence (A-Z), 1957 - 1976 

BoxFolder

A, 1962-1969 

11:272

Aldrich, Mike, 1967-1969 

11:273

Allen, Don, 1962-1969 

11:274

B, 1962-1969 

11:275

Beach, Mary, 1965-1966 

11:276

Berke, Dr. Joseph, 1968-1969 

11:277

Bowering, George, 1963-1964 

11:278

Brown, Harvey, 1964-1966 

11:279

C, 1961-1969 

11:280

Carr, James F, 1963-1964 

11:281

Clark, Thomas, 1964-1969 

11:282

Clements, Marshall, 1964 

11:283

Crothers, Robert, 1969 

11:284

Congdon, Kirby, 1962-1969 

11:285

Creeley, Robert, 1957-1968 

11:286

D, 1962-1966 

11:287

Dorn, Ed, 1965-1966 

11:288

E, 1962-1969 

11:289

F, 1962-1967 

11:290

Fainlight, Harry, 1960-1965 

11:291

Ferlinghetti, Lawrence, 1963-1967 

11:292

Ferini, Vincent, 1963-1964 

11:293

Ford, Charles Henri, 1968, 1970 

11:294

Fugs Fan Mail, 1965-1969 

11:295

G, 1962-1969 

11:296

Gellert, Everett, 1964-1967 

11:297

Glover, Al, 1965 

11:298

Grady, Panna, 1964-1966 

11:299

Green, Jack, 1969 

11:300

Greenburger, Sandford, 1964 

11:301

Gulyas, Jim, 1965-1969 

11:302

Ginzberg, Ralph, 1963-1967 

11:303

H, 1961-1969 

11:304

Harris, Marguerite, 1964 

12:305

I, 1962-1964 

12:306

J, 1963-1965 

12:307

Joans, Ted, 1964 

12:308

Johnson, Ray, 1962-1964 

12:309

K, 1962-1969 

12:310

Kendel, Lenore, 1962-1965 

12:311

Kelly, Robert, 1965-1969 

12:312

Keyes, Gene, 1961-1962 

12:313

Keys, John, 1963-1965 

12:314

Kimball, George, 1965-1967 

12:315

Kunkin, Art, 1964 

12:316

Krim, Seymour, 1964-1965 

12:317

Kupferberg, Tuli, 1962-1964 

12:318

L, 1962-1969 

12:319

Lauffer, Dan, 1964 

12:320

Legman, Gary, 1964-1967 

12:321

Lowell, Jim, 1963-1965 

12:322

Lowenfals, Walter, 1965 

12:323

M, 1961-1969 

12:324

MacLow, Jackson, 1962-1968 

12:325

Malanga, Gerard, 1964-1966 

12:326

McNaughton, Duncan, 1964-1967 

12:327

Miles, Barry, 1965-1966 

12:328

Montgomery, George, 1964-1969 

12:329

N, 1960-1967 

12:330

O, 1962-1969 

12:331

Olson, Charles, 1964-1967 

12:332

Olson, Charles Fragile Papers, 1964-1967 

19:452

P, 1962-1969 

12:333

Padgett, Ron, 1964-1969 

12:334

Pearson, Norman Holmes, 1963-1967 

12:335

Pelieu, Claude, 1965-1968 

12:336

Phillips, William, 1969 

12:337

Pivano, Feranda, 1964-1966 

12:338

Poland, Jefferson, 1964-1970 

12:339

Pollak, Felix, 1964-1965 

12:340

Posner, David, 1964-1965 

12:341

Q, 1963 

12:342

R, 1962-1969 

12:343

Roddewig, Lou, 1964-1969 

12:344

Rosevear, John, 1966-1967 

12:345

Rothenberg, Jerry, 1966 

12:346

S, 1961-1969 

12:347

Sanders, Ed, 1962-1964 

12:348

Sanders, Miriam, 1962 

12:349

Schaff, David Stevens, 1964-1967 

12:350

Shrake, Bud, 1969 

12:351

Shrout, Lawrence, 1962-1964 

12:352

Skir, Leo, 1963-1964 

12:353

Sward, Bob, 1964-1969 

12:354

T, 1962-1969 

13:355

V, 1962-1967 

13:356

W, 1962-1968 

13:357

Wagnon, Drew, 1965 

13:358

Wakoski, Diane, 1963-1968 

13:359

Wilcock, John, 1962-1965 

13:360

Williams, Galen, 1966-1969 

13:361

Williams, Henry, 1962 

13:362

Williams, Terrence, 1964-1966 

13:363

Wilson, Robert Anton, 1962-1964 

13:364

Y, 1964-1965 

13:365

Unidentified, 1962-1965 

13:366

Unidentified, 1966-1970 

13:367

Decaying and Fragile Papers, undated 

19:453

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Series IV: Personal and Professional, undated, 1960 - 1970 

BoxFolder

Articles and Interviews, 1964-1969 

13:368

Atomic Energy Commission Sit-in (AEC), 1962 

13:369

Committee for Nonviolent Action - Walk for Peace: hand-written journal, flyers, itinerary, clippings, nametag, 1961-1965 

13:370

Egyptology Course Material, 1961 

13:371

Ethan Allen Submarine Sit-in, 1961 

13:372

Freedom Walk for Peace, New Orleans to Washington D.C., 1961 

13:373

Fuck You/A Magazine of the Arts, 1957-1965 

Notes and Drafts for Publication, 1962-1965 

BoxFolder

Issue #1, 1962 

13:374

Issue #2, undated 

13:375

Issue #3, undated 

13:376

Issue #4, undated 

13:377

Issue #5 Volume 3, undated 

13:378

Issue #5 Volume 4, undated 

13:379

Issue #5 Volume 5, undated 

14:380

Issue #5 Volume 6, 1964 

14:381-382

Issue #5 Volume 7, undated 

14:383-384

Issue #5 Volume 7: Final Draft, undated 

14:385

Issue # 5 Volume 8 Part I of II, undated 

14:386

Issue # 5 Volume 8 Part II of II, undated 

14:387-388

Issue # 5 Volume 9, 

14:389-390

Miscellaneous Notes and Drafts, undated, 1964 

14:391

Manuscript Submissions, undated, 1957-1973 

BoxFolder

A, undated, 1965 

14:392

B, 1960-1973 

14:393

B, undated 

14:394

B, undated 

15:395-396

C, undated, 1962-1964 

15:397

C, undated 

15:398

E, undated, 1966 

15:399

D, undated, 1966 

15:400

F, undated, 1962-1968 

15:401

Fainlight, Harry, undated, 1958-1959 

15:402

G, undated, 1964-1969 

15:403

H, undated, 1962-1965 

15:404

I, undated, 1958-1965 

15:405

J, undated, 1963-1964 

15:406

K, 1963-1973 

15:407

K, undated 

15:408

L, undated, 1964-1965 

15:409

M, 1959-1969 

15:410

M, undated 

15:411

N, undated, 1963 

16:412

O, undated, 1966-1968 

16:413

P, undated, 1964-1969 

16:414

R, undated 

16:415

Raphael, Lennox, undated 

16:416

S, 1957-1968 

16:417

S, undated 

16:418

T, undated, 1963-1965 

16:419

V, undated 

16:420

Van Buskirk, Alden, undated 

16:421

W, undated, 1965 

16:422

Y and Z, undated, 1964 

16:423

Zeta, undated 

16:424

Unidentified Submission, undated, 1964 

16:425

Fuck You Press, undated, 1962-1965 

BoxFolder

Apo-33 Notes and Drafts, 1965 

16:426

Automatic Pilot Notes and Drafts, 1964 

16:427

Banana Notes and Drafts, 1965 

16:428

Maxims and Aphorisms Notes and Drafts, 1965 

16:429

Miscellaneous Notes and Drafts, undated, 1964-1967 

17:430

Submissions, Drafts and Notes, undated, 1962-1966 

17:431

Fugs, undated, 1967 

BoxFolder

Notes, Clippings, and Playbills, undated 

17:432
Item

Pentagon Exorcism/Liberation News Service, 10-21-67 Audio Recording, 1967 

Dodd Center Call Number 1978-0002.rr1
BoxFolder

International Anti-Polaris Submarine Demonstrations, 1961 

17:434

LeMar: Committe to Legalize Marijuana, undated, 1965 

17:435

Nashville to Washington D.C. Walk for Peace, 1962 

17:436

New England Committee for Nonviolent Action, Polaris Action, 1961 

17:437

Peace Eye Bookstore, undated, 1965-1969 

BoxFolder

Correspondence and Announcements, undated, 1965-1967 

17:438

Clippings and Flyers, undated, 1964-1969 

17:439

Victory Exhibitions, undated, 1967 

17:440

Newsletters, undated, 1966 

17:441

Miscellaneous Receipts, 1967 

17:442

Bookstore Materials Collected as Evidence, 1966 

17:443

Bookstore Materials Collected as Evidence, including mug shot, 1966 

17:444
BoxFolder

Personal Notes, receipts, and fragments, undated, 1963-1968 

17:445

Poetry Readings, notes and announcements, undated, 1963-1969 

18:446

Sanders' Truckstop: Lyric drafts, performance notes, and promotional materials, undated, 1969-1970 

18:447

Sexual Freedom League of New York, undated, 1964-1970 

18:438

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Series V: Printed Ephemera, undated, 1963-1970 

BoxFolder

Exhibits and poetry readings, undated, 1963-1967 

18:449

Political action announcements and flyers, undated, 1961-1968 

18:450

Sexual Freedom League of San Francisco, undated, 1964-1970 

18:451

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Addition: Manuscripts, correspondence, and interviews of Ed Sanders sent to and transcribed by Jennifer Skerl, includes audio recordings 1983-1984, 1995, 1997, 2005   0.25 Linear feet

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence from Ed Sanders to Jennie Skerl (1983-84, 1997), autographed poem by Sanders (March 2, 1984), bullet casing from William S. Burrough's barn in Lawrence, Kansas (sent with letter of March 2, 1984), periodical 'The Sanders Report' (issue Two, 1983), transcript of interview (May 14, 1983) and edited version, correspondence between Sanders and Skerl regarding Sanders' translation of a newly recovered poem by Sappho, optical disc containing Sanders translations published on Beat Studies Association website (June 20, 2005), autographed limited edition poem 'William at Dinner, Valentine's Night 1974', audio cassettes containing Skerl interview of Sanders (May 14, 1983), interview with and reading by Sanders at West Chester University (December 7, 1995), and Sanders reading 'Yiddish Speaking Socialists' (undated).

Box
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Oversized Materials undated 

The oversized materials are part of their respective series and do not constitute a separate series in this collection. 

Each item has a corresponding paper that can be found within the materials respective series 


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Mixed materials   20
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Mixed materials   21
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Mixed materials   22
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