Photographs by and relating to Allen Ginsberg 1926-1997


Photographs by and relating to Allen Ginsberg 1926-1997

Photographs of and by poet Allen Ginsberg and colleagues.

88,000 images; 26 linear ft.


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In 1919 Edward Bushnell was appointed publicity agent for the University of Pennsylvania. His appointment began a long and expanding effort at public relations at the University. In 1954 the Department of Public Relations expanded its work to include two new units, Motion Picture Services and the Office of Radio and Television. These two offices operated until 1975 when they were phased out of a stream-lined department. From the description of University Film Collection, 1915-1989. (...

Misao Mizuno (person)

Tom McIntyre (person)

Edwin Denby? (person)

Henry Groskinsky (person)

George Sheeman (person)

Kim, Aaron (person)

Patrick Warner (person)

Claude Pelieu (person)

Cathal Dawson (person)

Harold Chapman (person)

Nico Kormer (person)

Everett Junior High School (corporateBody)

Jack Kerouac (person)

Jack Shuai Shu; Edith Ginsberg (person)

Andy Clauser (person)

Joy Arpots (person)

J. Giorno (person)

CUNY Graduate Center (corporateBody)

Istvan Eorsi; Allen Ginsberg (person)

Marroniers Hotel (corporateBody)

Radford University (corporateBody)

John J. Calvelli (person)

John Kolomvakis (person)

Istvan, Eorsi (person)

Harvey Wang (person)

Vern and Evelyn Show (corporateBody)

Jacob Burckhardt (person)

Toccaceli, Enzo Eric (person)

Gordon and Daisy Ball; Gelek Rinpoche (person)

Peter Orlovsky; Arthur Russell (person)

Rosebud Pettet; Allen Ginsberg (person)

Allen Ginsberg; Robert Rauschenberg (person)

Albert Hall (corporateBody)

Iggy Pop (Jim Osterberg); Charles Burns (person)

Bardo Rinpoche; Happy Traum (person)

North Park Studio (corporateBody)

Brooks, Gwendolyn, 1917-2000 (person)

African American poet and novelist, who was an important figure in the Black Arts Movement of the 1960s and 1970s. From the description of Of Robert Frost / Gwendolyn Brooks. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79334638 Gwendolyn Elizabeth Brooks was born in Topeka, Kansas, on June 17, 1917 and moved shortly after her birth to Chicago's South Side, where she lived until her death. She authored more than twenty books of poetry, beginning with A Street in Bronzeville (1945), follow...

Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Soyer; Chaim Gross (person)

Christopher Holden (person)

Allen Ginsberg; Eugene Brooks (person)

Jon Shallworthy (person)

Jane Morrissey (person)

David Rowe Green? (person)

Bob Greenfelder (person)

Steven Tayor (person)

Swami B (?) (person)

Arthur and Kit Knight (person)

Robert Lowell (person)

Allen Ginsberg; Lucien Carr (person)

Steven Taylor; Peter Hale (person)

Maurice Gerodias (person)

James W. Granerholz (person)

Robert Creely (person)

Francesco and Alba Clemente and family; Allen Ginsberg (person)

Joe Gross (person)

Robert Kirsch (person)

M. Bajalich (person)

Rapp Theater Benefit (corporateBody)

Laurie Anderson; Philip Glass (person)

Peter Rodakir (person)

Secret Sound Records (corporateBody)

Resisters' League (corporateBody)

Andrew Whittuck (person)

Mick Jones (person)

Fred Haberer (person)

Tove Neville (person)

Essex County College (corporateBody)

Committee on Poetry (corporateBody)

Jewel Heart Summer Retreat (corporateBody)

Beidao, 1949-.... (person)

Poetry Conference Festival (corporateBody)

Daisy Ball; Gordon Ball (person)

Ornette Coleman; Herbert Huncke (person)

Roman Vazansky (person)

Nova Convention (corporateBody)

Park Lane Hotel (corporateBody)

L. Lee Buschell (person)

Paul, Olivier (person)

Ira Cohen (person)

Diane DiPrima (person)

Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery (corporateBody)

Allen Ginsberg; Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche (person)

Robert Zuckerman (person)

Michael Echolneck? (person)

Public Theater (corporateBody)

Valley Advocate (corporateBody)

Scottish National Portrait Gallery. (corporateBody)

Peter Orlovsky; Beverley Isis (person)

Rhode Island College (corporateBody)

Abe Ginsberg; Harry Smith (person)

Diane Di Prima (person)

Dean Baker (person)

John Wieners; Raymond Foye (person)

Abbie Hoffman; Allen Ginsberg (person)

Dennis Cunningham (person)

Udo Bregar (person)

Joe Strummer (person)

Angie Roberts (person)

Daniel Nicoletta (person)

Peter Prince : Trevor Carolan (person)

Turret Bookstore (corporateBody)

Francis Ford Coppola; Eric Drooker (person)

Thomas Felegy (person)

Bill, Paul (person)

Bernard M? dich (person)

Natalie Merchant; Marc Israel (person)

Jonathan Rose (person)

J. N. Vincent (person)

Jerry Aronson; Allen Ginsberg (person)

Ami Shambhala? ; Pema chodron (person)

Edith Ginsberg; Anselm Hollo (person)

David Cope (person)

Rod Kersher (person)

Francesco and Alba Clemente; Allen Ginsberg (person)

Blair Hansen (person)

Attila Gyenis (person)

Mark Kramer (person)

T. R. Leyde (person)

Mark Rudd (person)

Kate Heliczer (person)

Tony B. Coe (person)

Karou Sekine (person)

Clement Hurd (person)

Jack Moore (person)

Lafcadio Orlovsky (person)

Dan Ellison (person)

David Padwa (person)

Steven Taylor (person)

San Francisco Unitarian Church (corporateBody)

George Becker (person)

Terry Williams (person)

William Blake (person)

Paul Berg (person)

Leeanne Brown, Vicki Stanbury; Chris Funkhauser (person)

Wes Wilson (person)

George Walker (person)

Poharnok Gergely (person)

Miles; Allen Ginsberg (person)

John Metcalf (person)

Gary Snider (person)

William Burroughs; Lucien Carr (person)

Jonas Mekas; Jello Biafra (person)

Pierre Toris (person)

Ken Lohf (person)

Evergreen State College (corporateBody)

Patti A. Warner (person)

Andrew Wylie (person)

Jay Bolstin (person)

Angelo Branford (person)

John Schoenwalter (person)

Drumvoices Revue (corporateBody)

Michele Curel (person)

Leon Stokesbury (person)

Sonnd Photosynthesis (corporateBody)

Piotr Sumara (person)

Israel Martell? (person)

Varsity Townhouse (corporateBody)

Gregory Corso; Allen Ginsberg (person)

Faustin Bray (person)

Jim Haynes (person)

Warren Tallman's Bellavista House (corporateBody)

Boulder High School (corporateBody)

Peter Orlovsky; Simon Pettet (person)

J H Stephenson (person)

Philip Whalen (person)

Olga Rudge; Mary de Rachewitz (person)

Philip Glass; Don Cherry (person)

Adrian Mitchell (person)

Andrew Keegan (person)

Allen DeLoach (person)

Ed White (person)

CUNY (Brooklyn College) (corporateBody)

Hotel Excelsior (corporateBody)

Tania Elezov (person)

Centre Georges Pompidou (corporateBody)

Abe Ginsberg; Clara (person)

Jacqueline Gens; Carl Solomon (person)

Francesco Clemente; Allen Ginsberg (person)

Vesna Pavlovic (person)

Gary Gety (person)

Donald Baechler; Eugene Brooks (person)

William Viggiano (person)

Christine Doudna (person)

Anne Waldman; Robert Creeley (person)

Ken Regan (person)

P. H. Segura (person)

L.A. airport (corporateBody)

Frank Stanford (person)

Lone Star Cafe; Shea Stadium (corporateBody)

Steve Miles (person)

Mick Cusimano (person)

Paul Murao (person)

Richard Bartkey (person)

Joseph Papp; Allen Ginsberg (person)

Bill Kwong (person)

Michel Bulteau (person)

Carl Solomon (person)

George Condo; Jean Jacques Lebel (person)

Allen Ginsberg; Edith Ginsberg (person)

David Letterman (person)

Jill Krementz (person)

David Greenberg; Allen Ginsberg (person)

Peter Hale; Tonn Lacy (person)

Olga Rudge (person)

Astor Place Bookshop (corporateBody)

Graham Greene (person)

Marquis Theater (corporateBody)

Musee de Quebec (corporateBody)

Larry Rivers; Edith Ginsberg (person)

Gati Gyorgy (person)

Marcellino Giubilato (person)

Aarhus Art Museum (corporateBody)

Spencer Higgins (person)

George Balmer (person)

Bob Rosenthal (person)

John Gromo (person)

Mark Carlson (person)

County College of Morris (corporateBody)

Mark Ewert; Jan Kerouac (person)

Adam Puslojic (person)

Frances Stelloff (person)

Jhardene Necta (person)

Flip Franssen (person)

Carl Solomon; Peter Orlovsky (person)

Branna Vejkovic (person)

Renato Tonelli (person)

Pach Bros. Photography (corporateBody)

Billy McKay; Allen Ginsberg (person)

Nanao Sakaki, Lawrence, Shig and Harold, John Montague (person)

Oscar Janiger; Brud Hwang (person)

Tom Moeschler (person)

Roger Miller (person)

William Burroughs; Robert LaVigne (person)

PEN Club (corporateBody)

Rados Stevanovic (person)

Eliot Katz (person)

Marko Zivkovic (person)

Jennifer Girard (person)

Alan Brooks (person)

David Robertson (person)

Eugene and Connie Brooks (person)

M. Sato (person)

Ryan Weederman (person)

Larry Keenan (person)

Joanne Kyger (person)

Joel, Melinda & Jacob Gaidewash (person)

Maxime Godard (person)

Ben Possete (person)

Museum of American Folk Art (corporateBody)

Founded in 1961 to collect and mount exhibitions of American folk art. From the description of Documentation files, 1966-1986, 1970-1986 (bulk) (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155485906 ...

Nefesh Theater (corporateBody)

Allen Ginsberg; George Condo (person)

Gary Goldberg (person)

Pacific Graduate Institute (corporateBody)

R. Dulmar? (person)

University of Chicago. (corporateBody)

Most of the records in the collection pertain to the $400,000 raised by the American Baptist Education Society in 1889-1890 in order to obtain a 600,000 grant from John D. Rockefeller for the creation of an endowment for the University of Chicago. The first volume in the inventory, Record of Pledges for the University of Chicago, contains an alphabetical numbered listing of subscribers, amounts pledged, and payments made through 1906. The subscription forms and letters (1:4-13) are numbered to c...

Richard Sassin (person)

Yevgeny Yevutuchenko; Arthur Miller (person)

Hank O'Neal (person)

Christian Le Bars (person)

Chaim and Rene Gross (person)

Green Wave International (corporateBody)

John Fisk (person)

Mahmud Shurayh (person)

Anselm Hollo (person)

June Leaf; Robert Frank (person)

Gary Snyder (person)

Irena Edrovska (person)

Gordon R. Robtoham (person)

Michael Cusimano (person)

Edith Ginsberg; Allen Ginsberg (person)

Athur Knight (person)

Herbert Henche? (person)

Gregory Corso, Irving Layton (person)

Pavel Beren (person)

Allan Pogue; Michael Christopher (person)

John Wieners; Allen Ginsberg (person)

Karl Schondorfer (person)

Grand Rapids Community College (corporateBody)

Brooklyn College; Shakespeare and Co Bookshop (corporateBody)

Rhoda Galyn (person)

Academe der Kurek (corporateBody)

Christien Le Bars (person)

Angels of Light (corporateBody)

Francesco Clemente; Istvan Eorsi (person)

Richard Chanel (person)

Mack Teasly (person)

Rebels: Painters and Poets of the 1960s (corporateBody)

Rudi Wurlitzer (person)

W. Patrick Hinley (person)

Ivo Dokovpil (person)

Costanzo Allione (person)

Williams, William Carlos, 1883-1963 (person)

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...

Robert Anton Wilson; Allen Ginsberg (person)

Bill Small (person)

Brooklyn Bridge, Inc. (corporateBody)

Francesco, Clemente (person)

Gutterboy; Peter Orlovsky (person)

John Wood (person)

Cliff Fyman (person)

Woodstock Festival (1969 : Bethel, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

Woodstock was a music festival held between August 15–18, 1969, which attracted an audience of more than 400,000. Thirty two acts performed outdoors at Max Yasgur's 600-acre dairy farm in Bethel, New York. It was one of the biggest rock festivals of all time and a cultural touchstone for the late 1960s....

Shig Murao; Carl Rakosi (person)

Dale Warner (person)

Harry Lewis (person)

Arthur, Barbara and Simon Vinensog? (person)

Pierre Richer; Alba Clemente? (person)

R. Crumb (person)

Evgheni Evtuscenke (person)

Ted Wilentz; Gary Snyder (person)

Limberlost Press (corporateBody)

M.H. de Young Memorial Museum (corporateBody)

Art museum; San Francisco, California. Founded 1896. Originally named the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. From the description of M.H. De Young Memorial Museum records, 1894-1971. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 86122850 ...

Joan Schroeder (person)

Karel Appel (person)

D. H. Brown (person)

Steven Snair (person)

Salem State College Arts Festival (corporateBody)

Gary Snyder; Nanao Sakaki (person)

Kai Sibley (person)

John Cooper-Clarke (person)

Haupt, Aleksander M. (person)

UCLA Department of Anthropology (corporateBody)

Avery Fisher Hall (corporateBody)

Hal Willner (person)

Bob Erickson (person)

Anya Reflex (person)

Gregory Corso, Jocelyn (person)

Daughters of Israel Geriatric Facility (corporateBody)

Ferlenghetti (person)

Abbie Hoffman (person)

Los Angeles Times (Firm) (corporateBody)

Biography The Times building at First and Broadway, Los Angeles, was dynamited by union terrorists on Oct. 1, 1910; 20 employees were killed, many injured, and the building destroyed; James B. McNamara and John J. McNamara signed a confession admitting their guilt for the bombing, Dec. 2, 1911. From the guide to the Collection of photographs related to the Los Angeles Times bombing, ca. 1912, (University of California, Los Angeles...

George and Anna Condo; Allen Ginsberg (person)

Paul and Linda McCartney (person)

Jerry Aronson; Jack Shuai Shu (person)

Jerry Rubin (person)

J. G. Lebel (person)

Kate Millett (person)

Candy, Gordon Ballgirlfriend (person)

American Academy of Arts and Letters (corporateBody)

Organized 1904, incorporated 1914; New York, N.Y. The American Academy of Arts and Letters was established "to afford recognition to distinguished achievement in literature and the fine arts ..." [The American Academy of Arts and Letters and the National Institute of Arts and Letters merged on Dec. 30, 1976]. From the description of American Academy of Arts and Letters records, 1864-1942. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122565401 The National Institute of Arts and Letters was...

Jim Shimla (person)

Ronald Colleran (person)

Alec Stousell (person)

Matija Vukovic (person)

Noho Star (corporateBody)

Alex Trocchi (person)

William Burroughs; Herbert Huncke (person)

People's Books (corporateBody)

James Laughlin Gathering (corporateBody)

Patricia Maker? (person)

Schear Adrien (person)

Gary Goodrow (person)

Mondriaan Kwartet (corporateBody)

Susan Neville (person)

R. Creely (person)

Damil Kalogera (person)

Bob Dylan (person)

Nelson F. Marek (person)

L. Ryat Neogy (person)

Sam Abrams (person)

Carl Sandburg (person)

Leo Vroman (person)

Dorothy Norman; Francesco Clemente (person)

Frank Falduto (person)

Miss Moore (person)

Ann Charters (person)

Gyorg Bala'zs (person)

Kerouac Conference (corporateBody)

David Mansfiled? (person)

London Albert Hall (corporateBody)

Edward White (person)

Mrs. DeLoach (person)

George Schneeman (person)

George Dowder? (person)

Allen Ginsberg; Arthur Russel (person)

Marc Franklin (person)

Charles Abbott (person)

Renroche (person)

Penny Creeley (person)

Louis Cartwright (person)

Lubowski, ... (person)

Robert Creeley; Anselm Hollo (person)

Tashi Shimada (person)

Althea Crawford (person)

Brooks, Gene (person)

Eugene Brooks; Edith Ginsberg (person)

James Ragan (person)

Karl Kiralis (person)

Carl Rakosi; Allen Ginsberg (person)

Elvin Jones; Keiko Jones (person)

Norman Mailer; Jayne Cortez (person)

Germain Droogenbroodt (person)

Henri Lenoir (person)

Leanne Brown (person)

JC van Itallie (person)

Regent Osel Tendzin (person)

Psychedelic Solution Gallery (corporateBody)

Christopher Funkhouser (person)

Beryl Bainbridge (person)

Fiedler Fest (corporateBody)

University of Maine (corporateBody)

The University of Maine saw approximately 1,000 students and alumni serve in World War I and 3,900 serve in World War II. Both wars had a strong effect on the university and its students; the desire to honor those who had served and to memorialize those who had died led to various activities on campus. After the end of World War I, funds were raised to erect the Memorial Gymnasium and Armory and after World War II, those who had died were honored in a volume titled "University of Maine, World Wa...

Society for a Better Society (corporateBody)

Joel Gaidemak (person)

Peter Hale; Allen Ginsberg (person)

Chez Lois Hennesy Snyder (person)

1968 Chicago Democratic Convention (corporateBody)

Time (corporateBody)

Rhasha A? (person)

Carson Schwartz (person)

K. Bondor (person)

Peter Hale; Jacqueline Gens (person)

Daniel Dole (person)

Chris Challes (person)

Oktoberfest 1810 - 2010 (corporateBody)

Greg Masters (person)

Francesco Clemente; Ravwolf (person)

Thomas Wolfe Memorial (corporateBody)

Loori Davia; Armin Sebran (person)

The Great Hall of the People; Great Wall Hotel (corporateBody)

Karl Appel (person)

Wayne Slater (person)

David Solomon (person)

Karma Thegsum Choling, Tibetan Buddhist Meditation Center (corporateBody)

Joanna Voit (person)

Gotham Book Mart (corporateBody)

Gotham Book Mart is a New York City bookstore and gallery, founded in 1920 by Frances Steloff. From the description of Gotham Book Mart collection, [1938-1948]. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122597056 From the guide to the Gotham Book Mart records, 1938-1948, (The New York Public Library. Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature.) ...

Victor Bockris (person)

NYU (corporateBody)

Scott Hess (person)

Andreas Brown; Judith Malina (person)

Center for Inter-American Relations (corporateBody)

Boyd, Robert S. (Robert Sloan) (person)

Nanos Valoritis (person)

Dave Taylor (person)

Duke? (corporateBody)

Baird Bryant (person)

Jennifer Mitchell (person)

David Sellers (person)

Rosario Santos (person)

The Clash (corporateBody)

Lael House (corporateBody)

Ram Das (person)

Colleen Fullbright (person)

Norman Mailer (person)

Francesco Clemente; Jack Shuai (person)

Philip Glass; Laurie Anderson (person)

Lydia Tomkins? (person)

Republican Party (corporateBody)

Bob Mann? (person)

Gus Van Sandt (person)

Maretta Greer (person)

Chogyam Trunqpa (?) (person)

Femer Bertalan (person)

Turin Film Festival (corporateBody)

Marion Moore (person)

Arthus Knight (person)

Woody, Wilkin, Van Sant; Allen Ginsberg (person)

Howard Finster (person)

Allen Ginsberg; Eugene and Connie Brooks (person)

Francesco Clemente, Raymond Foye; Robert Creeley (person)

John Cage Merce Cunningham (person)

Octopus Island Books Plus (corporateBody)

Jamie Cassady (person)

Hannah Litzky (person)

Loeb Center (corporateBody)

Herbert Huncke; Edith Ginsberg (person)

Miles; Ken Kesey; Alex Katz (person)

Mich Jones (person)

Larry Warlich (person)

Sergey Bermeniev (person)

L. Lee Buschel (person)

Tong-Choon Shin (person)

Smith, Dale D. (American architect, born 1942) (person)

Harry Smith; Mrs. Watari (person)

George Holmes (person)

Peter Orlovsky; William Burroughs (person)

Bill Ryan (person)

Ridiculous Theatrical Company. (corporateBody)

Gregory Corso; Edith Ginsberg (person)

Harry Smith; Lucien Carr (person)

Francesco Clemente; Georgio Armani (person)

Image (Musical group) (corporateBody)

Richard Garrett (person)

Rachel Rose (person)

Raymond Frye (person)

Anne Buchannan (person)

Douglas Edmunds (person)

Kies, Paul P. (person)

Paul Charles Joseph Kiès (1895-1968) begon zijn loopbaan in het leger; eerste Nederlandse beroepsofficier die lid werd van de SDAP; politiek leider van de Troelstra Beweging Nederland (TBN) die tijdens de Tweede Wereldoorlog collaboreerde met de Duitsers. From the description of Archief 1927-1969. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 81336393 ...

The Cooler (corporateBody)

Italian Culture Center (corporateBody)

Jorge Ferez (person)

Tandem School (corporateBody)

Brian Graham (person)

Peter Orlovsky; Lucien Carr (person)

San Francisco State University (corporateBody)

Lloyd Ziff (person)

Gotham Book Mart and Gallery. (corporateBody)

Ann White (person)

Kenward Elmslie (person)

Record Planet (corporateBody)

Carol Merrill (person)

Yves LePellec; Allen Ginsberg (person)

Robert Berman (person)

Ted Wahl (person)

Chris Felber (person)

Georgia Free Press (corporateBody)

Bruce Ricker (person)

Marie Orlovsky (person)

Jack Foley (person)

Suwa-no-se (person)

Paul Kagan (person)

Charles Plymell (person)

Andrei Vosnesensky; Michael McClure (person)

Barnes and Noble (corporateBody)

Udo Breger (person)

Susan and Harry Hoopestraten? (person)

Mudd Club (corporateBody)

Williams, William C. (person)

Francesco and Alba Clemente and family; Nanda Pivano (person)

Albert Papazian (person)

Robert Frank; Raymond Foye (person)

Susan Edwards (person)

Peter Hale; Alan Ansen (person)

Dialectics of Liberation (corporateBody)

Jeff Poniewaz (person)

Bill Rich (person)

Benjamin Dimmitt (person)

Angel Dumbraveanu, Secty Writers Assn. of Timesoard; Allen Ginsberg (person)

Felicity Mason (person)

Michael Kellner (person)

Kramer, John C. (person)

Judy Daish (person)

Michael Uffer (person)

Mike Geier (person)

Oona (person)

Ivan Pinkava (person)

Albert Memorial (corporateBody)

Judith Molina (person)

Charlie Cohen (person)

University Inn Motel (corporateBody)

Georgian Court College (corporateBody)

Ram Dass (person)

Paul Krassner (person)

Gary Rasmussen (person)

Reconstuctionist Rabinnical Institute (corporateBody)

Center Moriches (corporateBody)

Ellen Tallman (person)

Paul Levin (person)

Dorothy Norman; Harry Smith (person)

Jef Milfred (person)

Nanda Pivano; Allen Ginsberg (person)

M. Boats (person)

Guillaume Apollinaire (person)

Angel, Jack, 1930- (person)

Hugh Kenner (person)

Robert LaVigne; Peter Orlovsky (person)

West End Cafe (corporateBody)

Tibet House (corporateBody)

Larry Eigner (person)

Chogyam Trungpa (person)

Bill Map (person)

Gelek Rinpoche; Yoniantola (person)

Todd Lawson (person)

Allen Ginsberg (person)

Carl Rakosi (person)

Simon Pettet (person)

COSMEP (corporateBody)

Schule fuer Dichtung in Wien (corporateBody)

Dale Smith (person)

Larry Keenan Jr. (person)

Fran van de Hoeven (person)

Robert Creeley (person)

Vicki Stanbury; Allen Ginsberg (person)

QE2 (corporateBody)

University of Tübingen (corporateBody)

George Condo (person)

Eliot Weineberger (person)

Greydon Carter (person)

Hotel Metropole (corporateBody)

Chris Holda (person)

Half Moon Cafe; SUNY (corporateBody)

Royal Albert Hall (corporateBody)

Joan Hammond? (person)

Mr. and Mrs. J. Rothenberg (person)

David Fullard (person)

Gerard Malenga (person)

D.G. Willis Books (corporateBody)

Harry Hoopshalen? (person)

Kim Deale (person)

Baraka, Amiri, 1934-2014 (person)

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...

Don Eddy (person)

Gordon R. Robotham (person)

Mahesh Yogi, Maharishi (person)

Howard Hart (person)

Peter Stella (person)

Helen, Adams (person)

Joanne McClure (person)

Bob Dempleowski (person)

Ivan Rastegorac (person)

Kathleen M. Reyes (person)

Denis Royon (person)

Matthew P. Barbour (person)

Johns Hopkins, Baltimore Institute (corporateBody)

John Doss (person)

Craig Steelsberg(?) (person)

John, Thomas, 1968- (person)

Edith Ginsberg (person)

Arthur Schlesinger (person)

Gary Allen (person)

Lou Welch (person)

Gross and Daley (corporateBody)

Wayne Tompkins (person)

Gelek Rinpoche; Jonas Mekas (person)

City Lights; Cody's Books (corporateBody)

Philip Hipwell (person)

Michel de Benedictio (person)

Daniel Collins (person)

William S. Burroughs (person)

Bradford Lyttle (person)

Herald News; CUNY 42nd St. Graduate School (corporateBody)

William Burroughs and Kiki (person)

Christina Bischofberger (person)

Seth Brigham (person)

Kate Orlovsky (person)

Salvation Army (corporateBody)

Information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: <a href=" Army"> Army</a>. From the guide to the Salvation Army Combined Corps Roll and Ledger, 1926-1980, 1928-1969, (Special Collections Research Center) ...

Nam Thune Pach? (person)

Stanislaw Ciok (person)

Yves Le Pellec (person)

Carl Rakosi; Poets Rabani (person)

United Nations (corporateBody)

In 1945, four individuals who had worked on the Manhattan project-John L. Balderston, Jr., Dieter M. Gruen, W.J. McLean, and David B. Wehmeyer-formed a committee and wrote a letter to 154 public figures asking for their opinions about the possibility of the creation of a world government. Over the next year, as the various public figures responded to the letter, the responses were correlated into a report that was released in 1947. From the guide to the Balderston, John L., Jr. Colle...

Gaile Brennan (person)

Stockton State College (corporateBody)

Booksmith (corporateBody)

Gordon, Kathy and Daisy Ball; Allen Ginsberg (person)

Sam Silver (person)

Marjorie Perloff (person)

Sacred Heart High School (corporateBody)

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On March 29, 1839 the General Aslsembly passed the final version of the act establishing a military school at the Lexington arsenal, where the students would protect the arms while pursuing educational courses. The School was named the Virginia Military Institute and is the nation's oldest state supported military college. The governor appointed nine members to the Board of Visitors to oversee the new school and they elected Claudius Crozet as president of the board and named Franci...

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The Hunter College Dance Therapy Program was begun in 1971 with the support of the National Institute of Mental Health. Forming part of the Department of Health and Physical Education of Hunter College of the City University of New York it offered the first Master of Science degree in dance therapy in the United States. The program was developed by Claire Schmais, Elissa White, and Martha Davis. In 1982 a three-year dual degree program combining social work and dance therapy was started, grantin...

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The Society of Friends (or 'Quakers') was formed by George Fox (1624-1691), a shoemaker from Nottingham. In the 1640s Fox travelled throughout England delivering sermons in which he argued that individuals could have direct access to God without the need for churches, priests or other aspects of the established Church. Fox's followers became known as the 'Friends of Truth' and later the 'Society of Friends'. Fox developed rules for the management of meetings, which were printed as 'Friends Fello...

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U.S. commissioner of narcotics, 1946-1963; d. 1975. From the description of Papers, 1928-1968. (Harry S Truman Library). WorldCat record id: 70958932 Harry Jacob Anslinger was born 20 May 1892 in Altoona, Pennsylvania. He attended Pennsylvania State College, 1913-1915, and received his LL.B. from American University in 1930. Anslinger served in the U.S. Government, 1918-1963, under nine presidents; he held consular posts in The Netherlands, Germany, Venezuela, and the Bahama...

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In colonial New York, young people primarily received education through private schoolmasters and tutors, and free schooling was available to poor families through the Dutch Reformed and Catholic churches. Following the establishment of a state government, the Regents of the University of the State of New York granted charters for secondary schools in the state; the first charter, in 1768, was for Erasmus Hall Academy, located in the present-day Brooklyn neighborhood of Flatbush. In...

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Univerzita Karlova. (corporateBody)

University in Prague variously known as Charles University and Universitas Carolina. From the description of Universita Karlova records, 1943. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70982122 ...

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Miller, Arthur, 1915-2005 (person)

American playwright and novelist. From the description of Collection, 1936-1979. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34363746 From the description of Manuscripts, 1952-1953. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122412075 From the description of Arthur Miller collection, 1936-1979. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 66895316 Arthur Miller, playwright. From the description of The crucible : screen...

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Andy Warhol (1928-1987) was an American artist and film maker. From the description of Andy Warhol collection of photographs of actors, 1915-1967. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 79392132 Andy Warhol was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1928. He studied commercial art at the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh, graduating in 1949. After graduation, Warhol went to New York where he worked as an illustrator for magazines such as Vogue and Harpar's Bazaa...

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Brooklyn College. Theatre Research Data Center (corporateBody)

Curator's Office was renamed Bursar's Office. From the description of Curator's reports, 1934-1943. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155451274 The Ditmas House was a Dutch style wooden frame house built in 1827 and occupied by the Ditmas family. A century later, Charles Ditmas, the founder of Kings County Historical Society, helped to make way for Brooklyn's Ditmas farmhouse to become the site for part of the Brooklyn College campus. In 1935, the Ditmas House passed into the c...

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Schafrazzi Gallery (corporateBody)

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Boulder Theater (corporateBody)

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National Arts Club Banquet (corporateBody)

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Thomas Karsten (person)

Claremont College (corporateBody)

New York University (corporateBody)

The Class Collection documents selected student and alumni activities of New York University graduating classes from 1843-1966. Formal and informal gatherings were common, and were documented in detail by the participants. From the description of Class collection, 1843-1966. 1880-1900 (bulk). (New York University). WorldCat record id: 477254465 New York University (formerly, University of the City of New York), is an academic institution and, as such, its faculty produces ar...

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Grestead College (corporateBody)

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Viking Press. (corporateBody)

Huebsch was vice president and chief editor at Viking Press in New York City. Viking became the publisher of Franz Werfel's works in English translation around 1935. Griesser was at Viking Press and wrote on Huebsch's behalf. Medinz was in the copyright dept. at Viking. McClure, Allen and Bradette all wrote letters to Viking Press concerning Werfel's novel The Song of Bernadette: McClure wrote a fan letter with a question that Huebsch forwarded to Werfel; Allen was requesting permission for use ...

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KQED-FM (corporateBody)

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St. Mark's Poetry Project (corporateBody)

Buffalo University (corporateBody)

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Alexander Sevulic (person)

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Frankie Edith Parker (1922-1993) was Jack Kerouac's first wife, from 1944 until their separation in 1946 and legal annulment in 1952. Henri Cru (1921-1992) was Kerouac's friend at Horace Mann Preparatory School in New York City. Parker and Cru dated until Cru introduced Parker to Kerouac in 1942. Kerouac kept in touch with both Parker and Cru until his death in 1969. From the description of Edie Parker and Henri Cru papers, 1883-2004. WorldCat record id: 70660753 ...

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Beijing Institute of Foreign Languages; Baoding Foreign Affairs House (corporateBody)

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Ashor (person)

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Waldman, Anne, 1945- (person)

Poet, performer, editor, publisher, and teacher; director of the St. Mark's Poetry Project (New York); co-founder, with Allen Ginsberg, of the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, Naropa University. From the description of Anne Waldman papers, 1945-<2002> (bulk 1958-1998). (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 68914842 American poet associated with the New York School of Poetry. From the description of 100 memories, 1970. (University of Calif...

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