Between C & D archive, [ca. 1983-1990].


Between C & D archive, [ca. 1983-1990].

The Between C & D archive comprises incoming and outgoing correspondence and business files for both the magazine and the anthology; production files for the magazine; a complete run of the magazine with all variants; manuscripts, posters, and original art; ephemera, including the computer used in the production of the magazine; disks containing the print files for the magazine, outgoing correspondence, and other related data for both the magazine and anthology; and miscellaneous printed materials. The scope of the archive is comprehensive in that it contains all records and files of the magazine and anthology kept by Rose and Texier. As much as possible, the editor's original organization of the material was preserved.

ca. 18 linear ft. (in 12 boxes)

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