Camels Coming Archive 1965-1969

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Camels Coming, Archive, 1965-1969

Camels Coming Archive 1965-1969

Camels Coming Camels Coming Camels Coming was a small avant garde poetry magazine in operation from the mid-1960's through the early 1970's. The Archive is a collection of correspondence written to the editor, Richard Morris, and includes manuscripts of material submitted for publication in .

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