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Hanuman books records, 1978-1996,

Author: John AshberyJean-Michel BasquiatPeg BiedermanVictor BockrisJoe BrainardAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Collection includes: correspondence, invoices, manuscripts, typescripts, artwork, audiotapes, printed ephemera, photographs and books. Records document the founding of Hanuman Books, the administration of a small New York Press, Indian printing practices, San Francisco's North Beach and New York's Lower East Side literary and art scenes, Beat poetry, the Naropa Institute, contemporary music and film, and gay men and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Audiotapes
CD-ROMs
Correspondence
Drafts (documents)
Drawings
Invoices
Manuscripts for publication
Phonograph records
Photographs
Named Person: Bob Kaufman; John Wieners
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John Ashbery; Jean-Michel Basquiat; Peg Biederman; Victor Bockris; Joe Brainard; William S Burroughs; John Chance; Bruce Chatwin; Tom Clark; Francesco Clemente; Dennis Cooper; Gregory Corso; Diego Cortez; Robert Creeley; Candy Darling; René Daumal; Willem De Kooning; Diane Di Prima; Bob Dylan; Lewis Ellingham; Lawrence Ferlinghetti; Brian Foye; Raymond Foye; Henry Geldzahler; Keith Haring; Richard Hell; David Hockney; Herbert Huncke; Gary Indiana; Ted Joans; Jasper Johns; Alex Katz; Bob Kaufman; Eileen Kohl Kaufman; F E Kerouac-Parker; Kevin Killian; Louise Landes-Levi; Michael McClure; Henri Michaux; Robert Motherwell; Cookie Mueller; Eileen Myles; C T Nachiappan; Gerald Nicosia; Kirby Olson; Ron Padgett; Claude Pelieu; Simon Pettet; Charles Plymell; Rene Ricard; Paul Rickert; David Salle; James Schuyler; George Scrivani; Harry Smith; Patti Smith; Gary Snyder; Michael Stipe; Philip Taaffe; David Trinidad; Anne Waldman; John Wieners; Nick Zedd; Hanuman books.
OCLC Number: 68917307
Description: 20 linear ft.

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Collection includes: correspondence, invoices, manuscripts, typescripts, artwork, audiotapes, printed ephemera, photographs and books. Records document the founding of Hanuman Books, the administration of a small New York Press, Indian printing practices, San Francisco's North Beach and New York's Lower East Side literary and art scenes, Beat poetry, the Naropa Institute, contemporary music and film, and gay men and gay literature in the 1980s and 1990s.

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