The fonds consists of correspondence:, consisting of seventy letters from Snyder to poet Joanne Kyger dating from 1959 to 1960, and sixty-six carbon copies of letters written in reply by Kyger, as well as translations and two poems.
The fonds consists of manuscripts, typescripts, and proofs of Io (1-24) and the affiliated publishing house, North Atlantic Books. Correspondence with editors Richard Grossinger and Lindy Hough include that from Clayton Eshleman, Theodore Enslin, Robert Kelly, and David Wilk. Fonds also includes some financial records.
The fonds consists of letters to Joanne Kyger from the poet, Gary Snyder, several with enclosed poems. The letters document in detail the life and thoughts of Snyder when he was living in Kyoto, Japan. Fonds includes carbon copies of letters Kyger wrote in reply.
The fonds consists of correspondence (with manuscript and typescript enclosures) from Anne Waldman to Lewis Marsh, much of it pertaining to the relationship between the two poets, as well as to relationships with other poets. Their involvement in the Naropa Institute is also described. Most of the letters from 1969 to 1973 concern the publishing of Angel Hair Books and contain much information about the New York poetry world centred at the Poetry Project.
The fonds consists of photographs (8 x10) and contact prints of writers reading at the Itatlian Cultural Centre in East Vancouver in the Warren Tallman-organized reading series Writing In Our Time (1979).
The fonds consists of manuscripts and typescripts, clippings and reviews, notebooks, correspondence with friends and associates, galley and proofs, broadsides and cards by McClure, anthologies and magazines containing items by and about McClure, conference material, tape recordings, photographs, film and ephemera. Film is the only remaining print of Andy Warhol's unauthorized version of "The Beard" (1966). Correspondents include Richard Brautigan, Robert Creeley, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Bruce Conner, Allen Ginsberg, Gary Snyder and Philip Whalen.
The fonds consists of correspondence written by Robert Creeley and typescripts of poems, stories and essays of Creeley sent with letters to Emerson. The correspondence is concerned with a magazine Creeley intended to establish, Creeley's poems published in "Golden Goose", the publication of "Le Fou", and other matters.
The fonds consists of manuscripts by contributors to nos. 1-7 of the Resuscitator magazine, with accompanying correspondence. Includes 320 items (approx.) holographs, typescripts, photographs, linoblock, etc.
The fonds consists of records relating primarily to Innes’ drawing, painting, and writing. Records include original cartoons, publications containing Innes’ work, a chapbook, exhibit programs and reviews, and images of Innes’ paintings, as well as photographs of Innes, biographical material, and a patent agreement.
The fonds has been arranged into six series: Records relating to Innes’ paintings ([190-?]-1943); Illustrations and cartoons ([between 1880 and 1941]); Publications (1900-[ca. 1934]); Photographs of Innes ([192-?-193-?]); Patent (1 Feb. 1919); and Records relating to Innes created after his death (-1945).
The fonds consists of essays on the poetics of Charles Olson and Kearns' own "stacked verse", manuscripts of early poems, and correspondence with editors of various little magazines. Correspondents include George Bowering.