Joel Oppenheimer Papers 1925-1988.

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Joel Oppenheimer Papers, 1925-1988.

Joel Oppenheimer Papers 1925-1988.

Born in Yonkers in 1930, Joel Oppenheimer was a student of Charles Olson's at Black Mountain College from 1950-1953. He published over a dozen books of poetry, a play, a book on baseball, and was a columnist for the from 1968 to 1984. Oppenheimer was the first director of the St. Mark's Poetry Project in Greenwich Village (from 1966 to 1968) and was an active teacher of poetry throughout his life. He died of complications from cancer in 1988. The collection contains only a small amount of Oppenheimer's writing and correspondence prior to his time at Black Mountain College. The Black Mountain period itself is also represented somewhat poorly, although there are a few items of ephemera. The content of the collection becomes more comprehensive in the late 1950s and into the 1960s, with a substantial number of poetry manuscripts and a wider range of correspondence. While most of Oppenheimer's published poems are represented in the collection, it is often difficult to discern between first drafts and later copies. Village Voice

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Olson, Charles, 1910-1970

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Charles Olson, the leading voice of the Black Mountain poets, was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, and was a notable student at Wesleyan University, where his groundbreaking work on Herman Melville evolved into the highly praised monograph, Call Me Ishmael. Inspired by Franklin Roosevelt, Olson worked his way up through the Democratic Party, but quit after Roosevelt's death, and began a brilliant career as a writer and educator. His manifesto, Projective Verse, influenced a generation of poets ...

Krupa, Charles

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Elman, Richard M.

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A professional writer of articles, stories, reviews, and poetry. From the description of [Papers] / Richard M. Elman. 1963-1973. (Bowling Green State University). WorldCat record id: 13872586 Richard Elman (1932-1997) was an American author, novelist and poet. He graduated from Syracuse University in 1955 and studied creative writing at Stanford, after which he embarked on a literary career producing novels, nonfiction, essays, book reviews, poetry and other pieces. He also ...

Koch, Robert G.

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Ungar, Barbara

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Rod Rademacher

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William Saroyan

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Don Wellman

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William Morris Agency

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Ostrander, Mary

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Hitzig, Karen

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Andrew David Dillman

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Merrimack High School

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Abrams, Sam

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Evers, Medgar Wiley, 1925-1963

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Medgar Wiley Evers (b. July 2, 1925, Decatur, MS–d. June 12, 1963, Jackson, MS) was an African American civil rights activist in Mississippi. He worked to overturn segregation at the University of Mississippi, to end segregation of public facilities, and to expand opportunities for African Americans, including enforcement of voting rights. He was assassinated by a white supremacist and Klansman....

Meade, Nancy Lee

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Lion's Head Restaurant

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Bill Sylvester

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Gloria Steinem

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O'Connor, William P.

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Tom Blackburn

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Donzella, D. W.

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Leo Oppenheimer

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Marianne Moore

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Ross, Sandra (Sandra Marcelle)

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French, David, 1939-2010

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Clancy, Tom, 1947-2013

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Sean Lennon

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Hamady, Walter

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Walter Samuel Haatoum Hamady (1940-) was a papermaker, book designer, printer, publisher, artist, poet, and teacher. Hamady is best known for his Shadwell Paper Mill and the Perishable Press. Hamady founded both the Perishable Press and the Shadwell Paper Mill while he was a student at Wayne State University in 1964. In 1966, Hamady was hired as an art instructor at the University of Wisconsin where he taught letterpress printing for over thirty years. Hamady continued to operate th...

Kimmelman, Burt.

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Oppenheimer, Nathaniel

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Shaun Farragher

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City College of CUNY

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Carroll, Paul (Vocalist)

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Levertov, Denise, 1923-1997

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The interview took place at Wells College, New York. From the description of Audio interviews with poet Denise Levertov by Clive Scott Chisholm : sound recordings, 1973 Jan. 27. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754864806 Correspondence to Lewis and Sophia Mumford from Denise Levertov and her husband, Mitchell Goodman. From the description of Letters, 1965-1976, to Lewis and Sophia Mumford. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155871475 ...

Furlong, Rena

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O'Brien, Michael, 1947-

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Hollo, Anselm.

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Hamill, Pete

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Doreski, Carole

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Kahn, Peter

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Professor of Art, Cornell University From the guide to the Peter Kahn papers., (Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library) ...

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David Lorczak

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Lampe, Dave

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Zukofsky, Louis, 1904-1978

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American poet. From the description of Poetry manuscripts, [193-] (University of California, San Diego). WorldCat record id: 18447266 American poet, translator. From the description of Louis Zukofsky Collection, 1910-1985. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122385750 Louis Zukofsky was born in Manhattan, on the lower east side, in 1904 to Pinchos and Channa Pruss Zukofsky, immi...

Harris, Hal

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Brown, Gordon B.

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Joel Oppenheimer

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Buck, Fred

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D. W. Donzella

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Brian McInerney

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Eshleman, Clayton

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Clayton Eshleman was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, in 1935. He earned a B.A. in philosophy and an M.A. in creative writing, both from Indiana University. He is the author of numerous collections of poetry and prose, including Under World Arrest (1994), Companion Spider (2002), An Alchemist with One Eye on the Fire (2006), and Reciprocal Distillations (2007), and has translated the work of César Vallejo and Aimé Césaire, among others. He founded and edited the literary magazines Caterpillar (196...

Patterson, Tom

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Toi Derricotte

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Connellan, Leo

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Maloney, Dennis

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Biography The Time of Our Lives The circuses we get Are our own lives. The fight for survival is Our own tyranny and Our own entertainment. Edith M. Shiffert These lines spring from Edith Marion Marcombe Shiffert, Canadian born poet and translator of Japanese haiku masters. Her books are inspired by the natural and human worlds, and the aesthetic, philosophical and literary traditions of Japan. Many call her a religious poet, but ...

Meade, Nancy Lee

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University of Notre Dame.

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Wakoski, Diane.

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Poet. From the description of Letters, 1984-1996. (Indiana University). WorldCat record id: 47287823 American poet. From the description of Papers, 1959-[ongoing] (bulk 1959-1978) (University of Arizona). WorldCat record id: 28318855 Diane Wakoski (b. 1937), American poet and teacher. From the description of Diane Wakoski poems, 1971-1972. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702199357 From the description of Diane Wakoski letters to John ...

Jim Mele

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McClure, Michael.

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Michael McClure was an American poet, playwright, songwriter, and novelist, and part of the Beat Generation of poetry. He was one of five authors who read at the famous San Francisco Six Gallery reading, and became close with Jack Kerouac, being immortalized as Pat McLean in Big Sur. He is known as the Prince of the Frisco Scene. From the guide to the Michael McClure letter to Diane di Prima, September 1968, (Ohio University) San Francisco-based ...

Sam Greenberg

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Williams, Galen

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Baraka Amiri 1934-....

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Amiri Baraka was born LeRoi Jones in Newark, New Jersey, in 1934. He was educated at Rutgers and Howard Universities, graduating from the latter at the age of 19. In 1958 he founded the influential poetry magazine Yugen, which ran until 1962. His writings, including fiction, essays, and poetry, appeared in such publications as The nation, Evergreen review, Downbeat, and The floating bear. From the description of Imamu Amiri Baraka papers, 1958-1982. (University of California, Berkele...

John Cowles

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Jones, F. Whitney

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RIT

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Leo Connellan

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Joe Early

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Maryland Institute

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Finstein, Max

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Krim, Seymour

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Sharyn Skeeter

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Tinling, David

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William R. O'Connell, Jr.

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Sanders, Ed

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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, ...

Rachlis, Eugene

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North Carolina Wesleyan University

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Jonathan Williams

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Diane DiPrima

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Sam Abrams

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Martha Moffett

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Ryan, Lisa

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Christine Dolonich

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Kidd, Peter.

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Nicholas Oppenheimer

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Talen, William

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DeLoach, Allen

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Leo Hamalian

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Bailey, Dan

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Longville, Tim

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Oppenheimer, Lemuel

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Budbill, David

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Phenix, Richard

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Major, Clarence

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Clarence Major, born in Atlanta, Georgia, was raised in Chicago where he briefly attended the Chicago Art Institute. He began writing before joining the U.S. Air Force in 1955, during which he continued to write poems and short stories. From 1958 to 1961 he edited Coercion Review, which put him in touch with such writers as William Carlose Williams, Robert Creeley, and Allen Ginsberg, and allowed him to continue to develop his craft. In 1966 Major moved to New York City, where he became further ...

Banks, Russell, 1940-....

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Bakken, Dick

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Betty Kelly

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Harry Greenberg

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Keegan, Michael

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Irving Layton

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Sterling Lord Agency

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Hightower, John B. (John Brantley), 1933-2013

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On May 1, 1970, John Brantley Hightower (1933-) succeeded Bates Lowry as Director of The Museum of Modern Art. He resigned on January 5, 1972, at which time Richard E. Oldenburg was named Acting Director. During Hightower's tenure, new programs, such as the Projects series, were begun, the Museum's first strike occurred, and the union, called the Professional and Administrative Staff Association (PASTA), was formed. From the description of John B. Hightower papers, 1968-1972. (Museum...

Nelson, Howard

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Viereck, Peter, 1916-2006

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Peter Viereck (1916-2006) was an American Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, and a professor of history at Mount Holyoke College. From the guide to the Peter Viereck Manuscripts, 1963-1965, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries) Peter Viereck is an accomplished American poet, historian, and scholar. His verse features a unique gift for rhyme, lyricism, and an almost metaphysical infatuation with ideas. His combination of traditional forms with intelle...

Williams, William Carlos, 1883-1963

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This collection covers the years of William Carlos Williams's medical studies at the University of Pennsylvania, a year of service at a New York City hospital, a semester of medical study in Leipzig, and the period when he was setting up his medical practice and courting his future wife, Florence Herman, in his home town of Rutherford, N.J. During this time, his younger brother Edgar went from engineering and architectural studies at M.I.T. to further study of architecture at the American Academ...

helene herman

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Sloman, Joel

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Johnson, Jeanine

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Kathleen Chodor

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Weinberger, Tony

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George Butterick

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Hunter, Phyllis

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Chris Beach

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Derricotte, Toi, 1941-....

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Maier, Theresa

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Howard Levy

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Andrew Reinbach

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Kachline, Clifford

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Duplessis, Rachel Blau

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DuPlessis is a contemporary poet and feminist scholar, whose primary research interest have been modern and postmodern American writing. She has been an Oppen family friend for more than twenty years. From the description of George Oppen letters, 1930-1982. (University of California, San Diego). WorldCat record id: 28684021 Biography An Oppen family friend for more than twenty years, Rachel Blau DuPlessis is Professor of ...

Nat Oppenheimer

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Louis Zukofsky

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LeRoi, Jones

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Michael Rumaker

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Blackburn, Paul

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Prolific American poet and translator Paul Blackburn (1926-1971) is known for his verse focusing on life in New York City; for his association with the Black Mountain literary circle that included American poets such as Robert Creeley (1926-2005), Charles Olson (1910-1970), and Denise Levertov (1923-1997); and for his work as a translator of Provençal, Spanish, and Portuguese writers. Blackburn was born on November 24, 1926, in Saint Albans, ...

Skeeter, Sharyn

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Cid Corman

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Barbara Lowenstein

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Donzella, Niccolo

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New England College

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Rixon, Bob

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Denise Levertov

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Rukeyser, Muriel, 1913-1980

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Muriel Rukeyser was an American poet, playwright, biographer, and writer of children's literature. From the description of Muriel Rukeyser collection of papers, 1920-1976 bulk (1931-1976). (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122570595 From the guide to the Muriel Rukeyser collection of papers, 1920-1976, 1931-1976, (The New York Public Library. Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature.) American poet. From the ...

Fox, Siv Cedering

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Helen Bukberg

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Davies, Jordan

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Fielding Dawson

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Oppen, George

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James Weil is a poet, former editor of Elizabeth magazine, and publisher of Elizabeth Press, which promoted work by second and third generation objectivist poets such as William Bronk, Cid Corman, John Taggart and Ted Enslin. George Oppen is one of the original objectivist poets and recipient of the Pulitizer prize for his work Of being numerous. Oppen's work often appeared in Elizabeth, and he was a mentor and friend to Taggart, Enslin and other poets published by Weil. From the des...

Margaret Randall

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Barnhouse, Dorothy

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Dan Gabriel

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Habacker, James A.

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Peire Vidal, active 1200

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Cuomo, Mario Matthew

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Pachas, Emilio

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Perniciaro, Tony

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Creeley, Robert, 1926-2005

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Sponsored by Stanford University, the English Department, the Creative Writing Program, the Stanford Humanities Center, the Stanford Library, and the Library Associates. From the description of A symposium on his poetry and his place in American letters : recording, 2005 Nov. 5. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754864090 David Shaff was at Yale at this time; he wrote and edited poetry. From the description of Letters to David O. Schaff, 1962-1965. (Unknown). WorldC...

Ferrini, Vincent

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Vincent Ferrini was born 24 June 1913 in Saugus, Massachusetts, the son of Italian immigrants. He received his formal education in local schools and continued his learning through a self-initiated program of study. Ferrini's first book of poems, No Smoke (1941), was written while he was employed by General Electric at the Lynn (MA) plant. Much of his poetry focuses on social issues relating to his factory experiences with GE and other large companies. In the early 1950s he edited a ...

Cornell university

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The Cornell Campaign was a successful $1.507 billion campaign that concluded in 1996. From the description of Cornell Campaign records, 1992-1996. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64045821 Solomon Cady Hollister was dean of the Cornell University College of Engineering from 1937-1959. Dale R. Corson was dean of the engineering college from 1959-1963, University provost from 1963 to 1969, and served as University president until his retirement in 1977. ...

Gilmore, Lyman, 1874-1951

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Codrescu, Andrei, 1946-....

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Charles Olson

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Reinhold Aman

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leon seidel

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Tosh, Ellen

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NY Mets

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Hamalian, Leo.

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Joyce, Michael.

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Mary Oppen

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Gottlieb, Richard

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Rochester institute of technology

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It is unclear when the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) first admitted minority students. However, it appears as though the first African American students entered the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (renamed RIT in 1944) during the early 1900s. For instance, in 1906 Fredericka Sprague, the granddaughter of Frederick Douglass, took classes at the Institute. There are several other instances of African American students attending the school during the early 20th century as well...

Haberman, Daniel

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Mathieu, Bert

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Brody, Saul

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Nick Oppenheimer

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Doc Reese

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Wrenn, Chip

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Stephens, Michael

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Press, Marcia

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Hilda Doolittle

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Allen DeLoach

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Oppenheimer, Bertram

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Smith, Craig (Craig Richard)

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Kunkle, Steven

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Oppenheimer, Helen, 1926-

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Lewis, Harry

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Trainer, Barbara

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Marlene Polson-Lorczak

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Grossinger, Richard, 1944-....

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Willie Sutton

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New York State Council on the Arts

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The position of executive director has been held by the following individuals: Laurence Roberts (1960-1961); John H. MacFadyen (1961-1964); John B. Hightower (1964-1970); Eric Larrabee (1971-1975); Kent Barwick (1975-1976); Robert A. Mayer (1976-1979); Theodore Striggles (1979-1980); Mary Hays (1980-1995); Al Berr (April, 1995-August, 1996); and Nicolette B. Clark (1996-present). From the description of Executive Director's subject and correspondence files, 1960-2001. (New York State...

Oppenheimer, Joel

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Poet and journalist, of New York, N.Y., and later Henniker, N.H.; b. Joel Lester Oppenheimer, 1930; d. 1988. From the description of Papers, ca. 1953-1989. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 86123194 From the description of Joel Oppenheimer papers, 1925-1988. (University of Connecticut). WorldCat record id: 28419831 Joel Oppenheimer was born in Yonkers, New York, in 1930 to Jewish parents. He failed out of Cornell University after one year (in 1948) and spe...

Wasserman, Seymour

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Eugene Rachlis

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Suzanne Sylvester

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Kronenberg, Claudia

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Karen Schnitzler

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Balmer, Steve

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Michael, Joyce

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Farragher, Shaun

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Smith, Colin Shaw

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Giordano, Julia

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Dorfman, Elsa

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Ferlinghetti, Lawrence

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Biography Lawrence Ferlinghetti, American poet, editor, and publisher, was born in March of 1919 in Yonkers, N.Y., the son of Charles S. and Clemence Ferling. From 1920 to 1924, he lived in France with his aunt, and after their return to the U.S., was educated in New York, at the Riverside Country School (1927-28) and Bronxville Public School (1929-33). Ferlinghetti attended high school at Mount Hermon School in Greenfield, Mass. (1933-37), t...

Oppenheimer, Martin.

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Audre Lord

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Montgomery, George R.

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Henderson, Gil

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