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Scope Note: Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

William Everson Papers

Identifier: MS-MS-ms042
Scope and Contents The William Everson Papers include correspondence between the author and the well-known book dealer Henry Wenning. Wenning was a friend and confidante to a great number of authors, many of whom are included in Washington University's Modern Literature Collection. He acted as publisher for Everson's poetry collection, The Blowing of the Seed (1966), and much of this correspondence deals with this book. The collection also contains a number of poetry...

Lawrence Ferlinghetti Letter

 Collection — Box VMF 4, Folder: 17
Identifier: MS-VMF-vmf050
Scope and Contents

Typed letter signed from Ferlinghetti to Edward Dahlberg concerning the availability of Dahlberg's book, Bottom Dogs, published by City Lights, and which Ferlinghetti praises. Signed in ink with self-caricature. 1 page.

Michael McClure Letters

 Collection — Box VMF 10, Folder: 14
Identifier: MS-VMF-vmf106
Scope and Contents

Correspondence from McClure to Henry Wenning, American book dealer and publisher, 1961-1965.

Kenneth Rexroth Collection

 Collection — Box VMF 11, Folder: 20
Identifier: MS-VMF-vmf138
Scope and Contents 1967 January 17. Typescript letter signed from Robert Gorrlieb to Rexroth requesting his opinions on the war in Vietnam for a projected book to be published by Simon and Schuster titled Authors Take Sides on Vietnam. 1 page1968 March 5. Autograph letter signed from Rexroth to Ron Wolin enclosing a draft of a translation of a Chinese poem. 1 page1967 August 1. Autograph translation of Rexroth of a poem from the Chinese by Chou Kwanghi. 1...