Irving Rosenthal papers, ca. 1950-1996.

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Rosenthal, Irving, 1930-. Irving Rosenthal papers, ca. 1950-1996.

Irving Rosenthal papers, ca. 1950-1996.

The papers document Rosenthal's life from his childhood onwards, containing outgoing correspondence, doctoral dissertation materials, manuscript materials, and detailed documentation of his own novel, SHEEPER. There are materials relating to his editorship of THE CHICAGO REVIEW and BIG TABLE, his trip to Cuba in 1961, and his life in Tangier from 1962-1964. Also included are manuscripts by, and correspondence with, William Burroughs, Edward Dahlberg, Herbert Huncke, Allen Ginsberg, and Jack Smith. Other significant figures featured in the collection include Paul Bowles, Paul Carroll, Gregory Corso, Elsa Dorfman, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, George Harris III, Jack Kerouac, Eila Kokkinen, Robert La Vigne, Phillip Lamantia, Edward Marshall, Michael McClure, Peter Orlovsky, Ed Sanders, Philip Whalen, and John Wieners.

22 linear feet (32 manuscript boxes, 1 half box, 7 flat boxes, 1 tube)

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