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Author: Peter Rutledge Koch
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Included are Peter Koch's work from 1975 through 1998. The archive contains works of poets and other authors that Stanford collects, and complements other library holdings by Koch and other fine presses of the American West. Among its approximately 1500 items are invitations, announcements, business cards and stationery, books, prints, broadsides, and related ephemera. It does not include MONTANA GOTHIC, Peter  Read more...
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Named Person: David Thomas; Michael Poage; Robert Sund; Ulisse Pagliari; Nelson Crocker Hawks; Elizabeth H Severson; Mary H Silloway; Daniel Edward Koshland, Jr.; James Welsh Elliot; David W Forbes; Charles E Odegaard; Lawrence Clark Powell; Barbara Guest; June Fuller; Adolphus Andrews, Jr.; Michael Rothenberg; Guy Davenport; Nina Wemyss; Tom Clark; Albert B Southwick; Lawrence Ferlinghetti; Ann Kyle-Brown; A W Baxter; Elers Koch; Ann Fields; Richard Brautigan; Zuzana Licko; Charles Kendrick Morris; Malles Maje; Kerr L White; Ira M Rutkow; Hablot Knight Browne; Opal L Nations; Kenneth Rexroth; Pat D'Alessandro; W S Merwin; Robert Duncan; Margaret Atwood; Tomas Transtomer; Dominick Argento; Roger Aplon; Denise Levertov; Eleanora Antinova; Rainer Maria Rilke; Sandra M Gilbert; Wolf Von dem Bussche; Alice Waters; Christopher Smart; J H Mason; Molly Gleason; Mary Stent; Joel D Levinson; Neil Folberg; Vanni Scheiwiller; Giovanni Scheiwiller; Marcel Pagnol; Molly Frederick; Nancy J Peters; M F K Fisher; David Gilhooly; David R Brower; Alan Beck; Sylvia Solochek Walters; Robert J Burdette; Stefanie Marlis; Richard Seibert; Ruth Bernhard; Holly Horn; Galway Kinnell; Gary Snyder; Robinson Jeffers; Oscar Wilde; Thomas Sanchez; Barry Gifford; Juvenal Acosta Hernandez
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Rutledge Koch
OCLC Number: 122586045
Description: 7.75 linear ft.
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Included are Peter Koch's work from 1975 through 1998. The archive contains works of poets and other authors that Stanford collects, and complements other library holdings by Koch and other fine presses of the American West. Among its approximately 1500 items are invitations, announcements, business cards and stationery, books, prints, broadsides, and related ephemera. It does not include MONTANA GOTHIC, Peter Koch's literary tri-quarterly which was published 1974-78.

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