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Troubador Press correspondence.

Author: Charles Plymell; Malcolm Whyte; John Martin; Robert Ronnie Branaman; Troubador Press.
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Plymell; Malcolm Whyte; John Martin; Robert Ronnie Branaman; Troubador Press.
OCLC Number: 69919834
Description: 8 pieces ; 28- 32 cm.
Contents: Letter from Charles Plymell of Cherry Valley editions to Malcolm Whyte querying status of Troubador Press and discussing manuscript of To find Jake Durgen, undated. - Letter from John Martin of the Black Sparrow Press to Charles Plymell concerning To find Jake Durgen, Feb. 1, 1990. - Letter from Wes Goodwin to Charles Plymell concerning Zap comics, dated July 8, 1989. - Letter from Charles Plymell to Malcolm White concerning the printing of Zap comics and the Beat milieu, dated Feb. 27, 1990. - Photocopy of letter from Malcolm Whyte to Charles Plymell concerning Zap comics and William S. Burroughs's Tornado alley, dated Feb. 16, 1990. - Photocopy of letter from Malcolm Whyte to Charles Plymell concerning publication of Last of the Moccisins [sic] and discussing the history of the Troubador Press, dated March 28, 1990. - Photocopy of printing jobs done by Troubador Press for City Lights books from 1959 through 1963. - Letter to Charles Plymell and his wife from Robert Branaman concerning Tornado alley, postmarked Feb. 19, 1990.

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