Richard Miller archive for the Tiber Press poetry series by Ashbery, Koch,O'Hara, and Schuyler, ca. 1955-1975.


Richard Miller archive for the Tiber Press poetry series by Ashbery, Koch,O'Hara, and Schuyler, ca. 1955-1975.

Papers of Tiber Press publisher Richard Miller relating to the textualcomponent of the 1960 publication of a series of four volumes by four American poetswith illustrations by four artists: John Ashbery ( ,illustrator Joan Mitchell); Kenneth Koch ( , illustratorAlfred Leslie); Frank O'Hara ( , illustrator Michael Goldberg);and James Schuyler ( , illustrator Grace Hartigan). The poems Permanently Odes Salute

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SNAC Resource ID: 6385142

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