Red Ozier Press records 1971-1986

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Red Ozier Press records, 1971-1986

Red Ozier Press records 1971-1986

The Red Ozier Press is a private press noted for its fine quality limited editions of works by notable authors. The press was founded by Steven Ken Miller in Madison, Wisconsin, in 1976. In 1979 Miller moved the business to New York City and ran it with Ken Botnick. Collection consists of publication records, correspondence, business records of the Red Ozier Press, records pertaining to printing workshops, zinc printing plates, and papers of Steve Miller and Ken Botnick. Publication records, 1976-1986, include correspondence, typescripts, galley proofs, and materials related to books published by the press. Correspondence, 1976-1986, is with authors, artists, papermakers, printers, booksellers, and others associated with the production of the books. Business records, 1976-1984, contain correspondence, invoices, receipts, and related materials. Printing workshop records, 1982-1986, consist of files for workshops and classes taught by Steve Miller and Ken Botnick. Zinc printing plates, 1976-1986, are the original blocks used for printing illustrations for publications. Ken Botnick papers, 1980-1982, consist primarily of incoming letters when Botnick was proprietor of the Bedouin Press. Steve Miller papers, 1971-1986, include personal correspondence from family and friends, typescripts of his poems, photographs, and miscellaneous items.

10.3 linear feet (12 boxes)

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