University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Judson Crews:

An Inventory of His Papers at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Crews, Judson
Title: Judson Crews Papers
Dates: 1935-1981
Abstract: The papers of poet, editor, publisher, and book dealer Judson Crews include extensive correspondence, published and unpublished manuscripts of novels, poetry, and other genres written by Crews under his many pseudonyms, and materials relating to censorship.
RLIN Record #: TXRC94-A16
Extent: 17 boxes (7.15 linear feet)
Language English.
Repository: Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Judson Crews, poet, editor, publisher, and book dealer, was born June 30, 1917, in Waco, Texas, to Noah George Crews and Tommie Farmer Crews. In 1947 he married Mildred Tolbert, a photographer and writer who also contributed to her husband's early publications and works. They had two children, Anna Bush and Carole Judith, before divorcing in 1980. Crews received both the B.A. (1941) and M.A. (1944) in Sociology from Baylor University, and during 1946-1947 studied fine arts at Baylor. In addition, Crews did graduate study at the University of Texas, El Paso in 1967. He has worked as an educator at Wharton County Junior College, New Mexico (1967-1970), the University of New Mexico, Gallup Branch (1971-1972), and at the University of Zambia (1974-1978). He has also been involved in social work. After two years in the U. S. Army Medical Corps during World War II, Crews moved his family and business, Motive Press, from Waco, Texas, to Taos, New Mexico, where he began his writing and publishing career in earnest.

Judson Crews was a prominent figure in the Southwest poetry scene as a poet, editor, and publisher of contemporary poetry and art magazines. Crews is known as an original and innovative poet applying the 20th-century poetic techniques of poets like Pound, Williams, and Wallace Stevens in an idiosyncratic way. Since 1935 he has contributed to a large number of little magazines, journals, and anthologies. These include Beloit Poetry Journal, Evergreen Review, Poetry Now, Wormwood Review, City Lights Anthology (1974), Poems Southwest (1968), and An Uninhibited Treasury of Erotic Poetry (1963). His published chapbooks include A Poet's Breath (1950), Come Curse the Moon (1952), The Wrath Wrenched Splendor of Love (1956), The Ogres Who Were His Henchmen (1958), and The Stones of Konarak (1966). Crews' more recent works include the chapbook, Nolo Contendere (1966), edited by Joanie Whitebird and a 1982 collection of poems, The Clock of Moss, edited by Carol Bergé.

Crews admittedly wrote under numerous pseudonyms. Of these pseudonyms, Willard Emory Betis, Trumbull Drachler, Cerise Farallon (Mrs. Trumbull Drachler, maiden name Lena Johnston), and Tobi Macadams have been clearly identified. In the instance of these, and possibly many other pseudonymous names, Crews created a fantasy world of writers to encompass, perhaps, the breadth of his literary ambitions.

Crews' fiction and non-fiction writing includes two unpublished novels and numerous essays. Crews was a crusader in various causes related to his writing and publishing activities. These causes include such topics as obscenity and censorship, freedom of sexual expression, and women's reproductive issues including abortion, contraception, and forced sterilization. Other essays include literary criticism, such as book reviews, as well as regional topics as found in The Southern Temper (1946), and Patocinio Barela: Taos Wood Carver (1955). In 1976 Crews began an extensive memoir which remains unpublished.

Crews' publishing activities began in earnest after his move from Texas to the Taos area. He started the Este Es Press in 1946, which remained in operation until 1966. The little magazines with which he was involved from 1940 to 1966 include The Deer and Dachshund, The Flying Fish, Motive, The Naked Ear, Poetry Taos, Suck-Egg Mule: A Recalcitrant Beast, Taos: A Deluxe Magazine of the Arts, and Vers Libre. Together with Scott Greer, he was co-editor of Crescendo: A Laboratory for Young America, and worked with Jay Waite on Gale. Crews published not only his own chapbooks and magazines but also those of his friends and colleagues, including the Zambian poet Mason Jordan Mason, among others. In conjunction with this printing activity, Crews operated the Motive Book Shop which became a focal point for the dissemination and advocacy of avant-garde poetry, important little magazines and literary reviews, as well as so-called pornographic materials. The material that Crews sold ranged from literary classics such as the works of D. H. Lawrence and Henry Miller, to hard-to-obtain domestic and foreign avant-garde journals, and nudist magazines. Crews was also a friend as well as an advocate of Henry Miller and continued to sell Miller's works after they were banned in the United States.


Scope and Contents

The Judson Crews Papers, 1935-1981 (bulk 1940-1966), include correspondence, drafts, notes, manuscripts, and newspaper clippings, as well as page proofs, paste-ups, and various materials collected for publication. The collection is arranged in five series: Correspondence, 1935-1981 (7.5 boxes); Works, 1946-1974 (2 boxes); Works by Others, 1945-1966 (2 boxes); Publications Edited, 1940-1965 (1.5 boxes); Censorship Activities, 1945-1966 (1 box); and Personal Papers, 1935-1966 (3 boxes).

Crews' correspondence with friends, colleagues and editors, subscribers and customers dominates the collection. Significant correspondents include Wendell B. Anderson, Imamu Amiri Baraka, Kenneth Lawrence Beaudoin, Robert Bly, Charles Bukowski, Glen Coffield, Robert Creeley, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Carol Ely Harper, Langston Hughes, Aldous Huxley, John F. Kennedy, Meridel Le Sueur, Gordon Lish, Mabel Dodge Luhan, Larry McMurtry, Henry Miller, Anaïs Nin, Kenneth Patchen, Kenneth Rexroth, Alan Swallow, Louis Untermeyer, William Carlos Williams, and Louis Zukofsky. While most of the correspondence is of a business nature, some letters from writers with whom Crews was more intimate shed light on his personal life and creative process. Other correspondence with individuals, organizations, and government agencies pertains specifically to Crews' involvement in censorship and obscenity issues. A complete list of correspondents can be found at the end of this inventory.

Manuscripts of works by Crews and others are also present in the collection. Among these are poems by Crews spanning the years 1946-1965, including those published separately in individual chapbooks. Other unpublished poetry manuscripts include “Sudden Encounter” (nd) and “The Unnecessary Serpent” (nd). Numerous early works by Crews are found in the works series, including two as yet unpublished novels, miscellaneous essays, book reviews, and notebooks, as well as a 1974 diary of Crews' travel in Africa. Some of Crews' pseudonymous poetry (by Willard Emory Betis, Trumbull Drachler, and Cerise Farallon) is also present. Other writers whose works are represented in this collection include Wendell B. Anderson, Kenneth Lawrence Beaudoin, Carol Bergé, Scott Greer, Norman Macleod, Mason Jordan Mason, Alfred Morang, and Robert Rivera.

Publication files for several little magazines with which Crews was involved, about 1940 to 1965, are also found among these papers. These include The Deer and Dachshund, The Flying Fish, The Naked Ear, Gale (co-edited with Jay Waite), Poetry Taos, Taos: A Deluxe Magazine of the Arts, and Suck Egg Mule: A Recalcitrant Beast.

A few personal records such as medical and military papers, are also present. Other materials in the collection include numerous clippings, many of which are related to obscenity and censorship topics (especially the Henry Miller obscenity trial of 1961), advertisements, brochures, and catalogs from nudist colonies, and newsletters and pamphlets from a variety of political and literary organizations in which Crews was interested, helped organize, or of which he was a member. Copies of “The Horse Fly” (1935-1965), written by his friend Spud Johnson, are also found here.

Beyond the study of Crews and his writings, this collection also provides insight into the Southwestern and avant-garde poetry scenes of the 1950s and 1960s, the publication and editorial process involved in publishing little magazines, the assumption and use of pseudonymous literary identities, as well as issues involved in publishing and bookselling, such as censorship, obscenity, and the import and sale of banned books through the U. S. mails.


Restrictions

Access

Open for research


Index Terms

Correspondents
Anderson, Wendell B.
Baraka, Imamu Amiri, 1934- .
Beaudoin, Kenneth Lawrence, 1913- .
Bergé, Carol, 1928- .
Bly, Robert.
Bond, Pearl.
Bontemps, Arna, 1902-1973.
Bukowski, Charles.
Bynner, Witter, 1881-1968.
Childs, Barney.
Ciardi, John, 1916- .
Coffield, Glen, 1917- .
Corman, Cid, 1924- .
Creeley, Robert, 1926- .
Crosby, Caresse, 1892- .
Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- .
Ferlinghetti, Lawrence.
Ginsberg, Allen, 1926- .
Greer, Scott A.
Hill, Hyacinthe.
Hoover, J. Edgar (John Edgar), 1895-1972.
Hughes, Langston, 1902-1967.
Huxley, Aldous, 1894-1963.
Ignatow, David, 1914- .
Johnson, Walter Willard, 1897-1966.
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963.
Kupferberg, Tuli.
Legman, G. (Gershon), 1917- .
Le Sueur, Meridel.
Levy, D. A.
Lish, Gordon.
Luhan, Mabel Dodge, 1879-1962.
Macleod, Norman, 1906- .
Macauley, Robie.
McMurtry, Larry.
Malanga, Gerard.
Miller, Henry, 1891- .
Morang, Alfred, 1902-1958.
Nin, Anaïs, 1903-1977.
Patchen, Kenneth, 1911-1971.
Rexroth, Kenneth, 1905- .
Shapiro, Karl, 1913- .
Sorrentino, Gilbert, 1929- .
Swallow, Alan, 1915-1966.
Untermeyer, Louis, 1885-1977.
Williams, William Carlos, 1883-1963.
Zukofsky, Louis, 1904-1978.
Subjects
American poetry--Southwest, New.
American poetry--Periodicals.
American poetry--20th century.
Erotic poetry, American.
Erotica--Censorship.
Experimental poetry.
Little magazines--United States.
Poets, American.
Southwest, New--Poetry.
Document Types
Chapbooks.
Commonplace books.
Diaries.
First drafts.
Galley proofs.
Photographs.
Poems.
Prints.

Related Material

Other Crews materials can be found in several HRHRC collections, including the E. E. Cummings, Henry Miller, Spud Johnson, and Gerard Malanga collections. There are also letters from Mildred Tolbert Crews in the Spud Johnson Collection.

The HRHRC was a customer of Crews' book service and purchased various little magazines between 1959 and 1963. A record of these transactions can be found in the Crews and Little Magazines Collection Files.

Other collections of Crews' papers are housed at the University of New Mexico Special Collections Library and at the University of California, Los Angeles. The collection at UCLA also includes materials of Mildred Tolbert.


Administrative Information

Acquisition

Purchases, 1962, 1981

Processed by

Yuka Asai, Heather Moore, and Katherine Mosley, 1990, revised by David Hatfield Sparks, June 1994


 Judson Crews Papers--Index of Correspondents 

  • Aaron, John ( Chicago Review)--1.4
  • Abbé, George--1.4
  • Abbot, Eugene S.--1.4
  • Abbot, Ward ( The Desert Review)--1.4
  • Abbott, Charles D. (University of Buffalo. Lockwood Memorial Library)--13.4
  • Abernathy, Otis L. (Veterans Administration)--15.3
  • Abrams, Gordon C. (University of Wisconsin Library)--7.6
  • Abrams, N. R. (Post Office Department)--14.5
  • Abramson, Ben (Abramson's Argus Book Shop)--1.4
  • Accent (The Editors)--1.4
  • Adams, F. W.--1.4
  • Adelman, Janet ( The Grecourt Review)--1.4
  • Agel, Jerome B. (Books!)--1.4
  • Aker, Gene ( Nimrod; University of Tulsa)--1.4
  • Alberts, Frank ( 2 1/2: A Quarterly of Contemporary Art)--1.4
  • Albertson, Ursula S. (Literary Art Press)--1.4
  • Aldan, Daisy (Folder Editions)--1.4
  • Alexander, Caro ( The Grecourt Review)--1.4
  • Allen, Dick ( Poetry Editions)--1.4
  • Allen, Donald--1.4
  • Allen, Mary--13.4
  • Allen, Sam--1.4
  • Alley, Barbara (Charles Scribner's Sons)--1.4
  • American News Company, Inc.--1.4
  • Amirian, L. T.--1.4
  • Amlin, Charles W.--1.4
  • Anderson, Chilton (Taos Music School)--1.4
  • Anderson, Clinton P. (United States Senate)--8.7
  • Anderson, G. B. [Wendell B. Anderson's father]--1.4
  • Anderson, J. ( Charlatan)--1.4
  • Anderson, Susan B. B.--13.4
  • Anderson, Wendell B.--1.5-7, 2.1, 8.6-7, 13.4
  • Andrews, Mike--1.4
  • Angel, Rifka--1.4
  • Angoff, Charles ( The Literary Review)--1.4
  • Ansberry, Carl, Jr.--1.4
  • Anthony, Richmond George ( Poetry Promenade)--1.4
  • Approach (The Editors)--1.4
  • Archer, H. Richard (University of California at Los Angeles. Andrews Memorial Library)--1.4
  • Ardanuy, Joachim M. ( 3 Hands)--1.4, 8.2
  • Argraves, Hugh--1.4
  • Armstong, A. J. (Baylor University. Department of English Literature)--1.4
  • Armstrong, Leonie Faith--1.4
  • Aronson, James ( National Guardian)--14.6
  • Ashman, Richard--1.4
  • Asterisk (The Editors)--1.4
  • Atkins, Russell (The Free Lance Press)--1.4
  • Audience (The Editors)--1.4
  • Aufrére, Gaston-Henry ( Marches de France)--1.4, 8.1
  • Austin, A. Karl ( Wanderlust)--1.4
  • Austin, Alan ( Motive)--1.4
  • Austin, Rickey M. H.--1.4
  • Avila, Agnes R. (Postmaster, Taos, New Mexico)--14.5
  • Backman, Thomas (The University of Kansas Libraries)--2.2, 5.2
  • Badenhop, Alvin--13.4
  • Bagby, Jeanne ( Span)--2.2
  • Bagon, William, Jr.--2.2
  • Bailey, Carol L.--2.1 ( Discourse), 8.1 (Concordia College)
  • Baillie, Grandma--2.2
  • Bain, Read ( The Humanist)--2.2
  • Baker, Don ( The Penny Papers)--2.2
  • Baker, Ellis K.--2.2
  • Balala, Ben--2.2
  • Ball, Albert E. (New Mexico State Hospital)--8.6
  • Ballard, James (Globe News Publishing Company)--2.2
  • Banherd, Charles--2.2
  • Baraka, Imamu Amiri, 1934- ( Yugen)--5.1, 8.1, 8.2, 8.5
  • Barclay, Anna Lee-2.2
  • Barker, Richard ( Aquarius)--2.2
  • Barnet, Dick--2.2
  • Barrow, John (CRWTH Press)--2.2
  • Bartell, R. (Bartell's Book Store)--2.2
  • Barth, Lawrence--2.2
  • Bartlett, Elizabeth--2.2
  • Bassil, Robert (Voices Publishing Company)--2.2, 8.1
  • Bauer, Della Marie ( Cresset)--2.2
  • Bauer, Fred--2.2
  • Bauerfeld, Erik (KPFA-Berkeley)--2.2
  • Baur, J. J. (Veterans Administration)--15.3
  • Bayes, Ronald H.--2.2
  • Baylor, R. T. ( Danse Macabre)--2.2
  • Bays, Jack--2.2
  • Beach, Atmore--2.2
  • Beach, Cora--2.2
  • Beals, R. A. (New York Public Library)--13.4
  • Beaudoin, Kenneth Lawrence, 1913- (Archangel Press; Iconograph; Memphis Archeological and Geological Society)--2.3, 13.4
  • Beecher, John (Morning Star Press; Rampart Press)--2.2
  • Beier, H. U. ( Black Orpheus)--2.2
  • Belknap, Opal ( Genesis West)--2.2
  • Bell, Marvin ( Statements)--2.2
  • Bell, Mary ( Statements)--2.2
  • Benedetti, Donald-- 2.2
  • Benson, Deborah--2.2
  • Benson, John R. ( The Phoenix)--2.2
  • Benton, Alice--2.2
  • Benton, Herbert ( The Blue Vulture)--2.2
  • Benton, John--2.2
  • Benton, Marlene--2.2
  • Bergé, Carol, 1928- --2.2, 3.4
  • Bergmann, Sidney ( New Foundations)--8.5
  • Berhun, Mitch--2.2
  • Berkman, Eleanor--2.2
  • Berkman, Jack--2.2
  • Berman, Wallace ( Semina)--2.2
  • Berne, Stanley
  • Berner, Jeff ( Stolen Paper Review)--2.2
  • Beum, Robert Lawrence--13.4
  • Bevelyn, Lawrence--13.4
  • Bewley, Ed (Taos Animal Shelter)--7.3
  • Beye, Holly--13.4
  • Billera, Jan ( Podium)--2.2
  • Bird, Mary Carol ( Nomad; Trace)--2.2
  • Birmingham, Frederic A. ( Cavalier Magazine)--2.2
  • Birth (The Editor)--8.2
  • Bivona, Francesco--2.2
  • Bjerkner, Chris--2.2
  • Bjorklund, [?] ( The Publisher's Auxiliary)--14.6
  • Black, John--2.4
  • The Black Mountain Review (The Editors)--8.5, 15.3
  • Blaine, Nell (Blaine Ross Studios)--2.4
  • Blankenship, Earl H.--2.4
  • Blatt, Veryl--2.4
  • Blazek, Douglas ( Ole)--2.4, 8.1
  • Blevins, Tenelle--13.4
  • Blevins, Winfred ( Blue Guitar; Eastgate Press; A Nosegay in Black)--2.3
  • Bly, Robert ( The Fifties, The Sixties)--2.4
  • Bock, Fred ( Poetry)--2.4
  • Bohac, Dororthy--2.4
  • Boldereff, Frances--2.4
  • Bolian, Phil G. ( Nimrod)--2.4
  • Bonazzi, Bob ( Latitudes)--2.4
  • Bond, Pearl--2.4, 13.4, 8.7
  • Bonheim, Helmut--2.4
  • Bontemps, Arna, 1902-1973 (Fisk University)--2.4
  • Borchale, D. V.--4.1
  • Borden, David--2.4
  • Bottomley, Harriet--2.4
  • Boulois, Ronald--2.4
  • Bourne, Larry S.--2.4
  • Bowen, Robert O. ( Epoch; Alaska Review)--2.4, 8.1
  • Boyars, Arthur ( Mandrake)--2.4
  • Boyce, McKinley--2.4
  • Boyd, C. F. (Howard Duckett Company)--8.2
  • Boyd, Sue Abbott ( South and West Poetry Magazine)--2.4, 8.2
  • Brady, Frank R. ( Eros)--8.3
  • Braun, Carol H. (Braun and Brumfield, Inc.)--2.4
  • Breakthru Magazine (The Editors)--2.4
  • Breman, Paul (Paul Breman Ltd., Publishers and Booksellers)--2.4, 8.5
  • Brenger, Florence--13.4
  • Brennan, Joseph Payne ( Essence)--2.4
  • Brevet, Jan--2.4, 8.7
  • Brigante, Louis ( Intro Magazine)--2.4
  • Briggs, H. C. (Books 'n Things)--2.4
  • Bright, Bebe--8.7
  • Briley, Alice--2.4
  • Brilliant, Alan ( Pan)--2.4
  • Broadfoot, Thomas M. (National School of Poetry)--2.4
  • Brown, Davis--3.4
  • Brown, Elinor Henry ( The Archer)--2.4
  • Brown, Francis ( New York Times Book Review)--8.2
  • Brown, Harold C.--13.4
  • Brown, Harry--2.4
  • Brown, Marie--2.4
  • Brown, Michael ( New Lantern Club Review)--2.4
  • Brown, Ruth M.--2.4
  • Brown, Ted--2.4
  • Brown, W. E.--2.4
  • Brownjohn, Alan ( Departure)--2.4
  • Bryan, John ( Renaissance)--2.4
  • Bryant, Byron R. (Pacifica Foundation; The KPFA Folio)--2.4
  • Brysson, R. J. (Mrs.)--2.4
  • Buchanan, Bessie Glen--2.4, 13.4
  • Buck, Ashley--2.4
  • Bukowski, Charles--2.4
  • Bunch, David R.--2.4
  • Burdick, Roland E. (American Book Publishers Council, Inc.)--2.4, 8.2, 14.4, 14.6
  • Burlingame, Robert (Texas Western College)--2.4
  • Burnette, Carrie--13.4
  • Burns, Dott Moss--2.4
  • Burns, James A.--2.4
  • Burns, Jerry H. ( The Goliards)--2.4, 8.1
  • Burzyunski, Joseph--2.4
  • Bushey, Galen, Jr. (Baylor University)--2.4
  • Byler, William ( Triad)--2.4
  • Bynner, Witter--2.4
  • Cairns, Huntington (National Gallery of Art)--14.6
  • California Crossroads--2.5
  • Calkins, Jean ( J. and C. Transcripts)--2.5
  • Call, David and JoAnn--2.5
  • Call, Harold L.--2.5 (Dorian Book Service), 14.6 ( Mattachine Review)
  • Calmar, Elaine ( Inscape)--2.5
  • Calvert, M. M. (Captain of Police, Waco, Texas)--14.6
  • Campbell, Ann ( Pax)--2.5. 8.5
  • Campbell, Bill--2.5
  • Campbell, Donald A. (Office of the Postmaster General)--14.5
  • Campbell, Erika--2.5
  • Campbell, Robert A.--2.5 ( The Fair), 8.7, 13.4 (The Fair Stores)
  • Cantine, Holley--2.5
  • Cantonwine, Donn--2.5
  • Cantonwine, Josephine--2.5
  • Canzoneri, Robert ( Per Se)--2.5
  • Caplan, Ron ( Mother)--2.5
  • Cappon, A. P.--2.5
  • Capstick, Ella--2.5
  • Carle, Edwin--2.5
  • Carlson, Jehanne Salinger ( Poetry Score)--2.5
  • Carr, Peter--2.5 (Brandeis University), 8.1 ( Festival)
  • Carroll, Dudley ( The Carolina Quarterly)--2.5
  • Carroll, Paul--8.5
  • Carruth, Hayden ( Poetry)--2.5
  • Carter, Manfred A.--2.5
  • Carter, Thomas H. ( Shenandoah)--2.5
  • Carver, W. M. (United States Post Office, North Carolina)--14.5
  • Casciannik, Ed ( Cardinal)--2.5
  • Casebolt, Casey--2.4, 8.2
  • Casement, Douglas (The Fenian Head Centre Press)--2.5
  • Cass, R. ( Climax)--2.5
  • Cassidy, W. A. ( Curled Wire Chronicle)--2.5
  • Cassin, Maxine--2.5
  • Caswell, Robert J. (Austin College)--2.5
  • Cates, C. J.--2.5
  • Celli, Anne ( Look Magazine)--2.5
  • Change (The Editor)--8.2
  • Chapin, Hank ( Blue Grass)--2.5
  • The Charioteer (The Editors)--2.5
  • Chase, Dean--2.5, 14.6
  • Cheek, David--2.5
  • Chehonin, M.--13.4
  • Chelsea (The Editors)--2.5
  • Cherry, Neelie ( Black Cat Review)--2.5
  • Cherwinski, Joseph (Michigan State Library)--2.5, 13.4
  • Chester, Al ( Varieties)--8.5
  • Chew, Byron--2.5, 14.6
  • Chiba, Akira--2.5
  • Childs, Barney--2.5 ( Genesis West), 14.6 (Ruth Stephan Poetry Center)
  • Childs, J. Rives ( Casanova Gleaning)--2.5
  • Christian, Sheldon ( The Winged Word)--2.5
  • Chumbly, Harold ( Mummy)--2.5
  • Chustenson, D. ( Fallout)--2.5
  • Chute, Bob M.--2.5
  • Ciardi, John, 1916- --2.5 (University of Wyoming), 14.6 ( Saturday Review)
  • City Lights Books--2.5
  • Cizmich, Mildred ( SSCribe)--2.5
  • Clairmont, Robert (Pegasus Poetry Society; Pegasus)--2.5, 8.1
  • Clark, Fred R. (Clark Printing Company)--2.5
  • Clark, Thomas ( The Paris Review)--2.5
  • Clemens, Cyril (International Mark Twain Society)--8.5
  • Climax (The Editors)--8.2
  • Climenhaga, Joel (Transient Press; Ferment; Seed)--2.5
  • Coastline (The Editors)--2.5
  • Coercion (The Editors)--2.5
  • Coffield, Glen, 1917- ( The Bridge; Golden Gate; New Age Publishers)--2.5, 8.2, 13.4
  • Coffield, Jessie--2.5
  • Cogswell, Fred ( The Fiddlehead; University of New Brunswick)--2.6
  • Cohn, Lowell K.--2.6
  • Coke, D. (Mrs.)--13.4
  • Cold Mountain Review (The Editor)--2.6
  • Cole, Thomas ( Imagi)--2.6, 13.4
  • Coleman, Lucile--2.6, 13.4
  • Collier, Gladys--8.6
  • Collier, Grace--2.6
  • Collier, Oscar--2.7
  • Collins, C. C. (Veterans Administration)--15.3
  • Collins, Donna M. (Views Associates)--2.6
  • Collins, Helen J. ( The Free Lance)--2.6
  • Colquitt, Betsy--2.6 ( Feagan Literary Journal), 8.1-2 ( Descant)
  • Coney, Paul R. (Veterans Administration)--15.3
  • Congdon, Kirby (Interim Books)--2.6
  • Connellan, Leo--2.6 ( Dasein), 8.3 (Dasein-Jupiter Hammon Publishers)
  • Connolly, Bob--2.6
  • Conover, Robert ( Kansas Magazine)--2.6
  • Conroy, Jack--2.6 ( Chicago Globe); 13.4 (Young Mothers Study Club)
  • Contemporary Poetry (The Editors)--2.6
  • Continental Book Company--2.6
  • Contrell, Harry (Taos Council for Youth)--14.6
  • Corleto, Joe--2.6
  • Corman, Cid, 1924- ( Origin)--2.6, 8.6, 13.4
  • Cornish, Dudley T. ( The Midwest Quarterly)--2.6, 8.1
  • Cosby, Clark H. (Cosby Supply Company)--2.6
  • Cox, Garland--2.6
  • Cox, Glen I.--13.4
  • Coyote's Journal (The Editor)--8.5
  • Cozzi, Eugene--2.6
  • Craddock, Edward U.--13.4
  • Craig, James B. (American Forests)--8.1
  • Crane, Frances--2.6
  • Cranshaw, Jean (Bruce Humphries, Inc.)--13.4
  • Crazy Horse (The Staff)--2.6
  • Creeley, Robert, 1926- ( Black Mountain Review)--3.1, 8.1-2, 13.4
  • Crews, Anna Bush--3.2
  • Crews, Carole--3.2, 8.6
  • Crews, Eve--3.2
  • Crews, Jack--3.2
  • Crews, Leila Mai--3.2
  • Crews, N. G. (Mrs.)--3.2 [Crews' mother]
  • Crews, Thomas--3.2, 8.7
  • Criswell, W. B. (Veterans Administration)--15.3
  • Crosby, Caresse, 1892- (Black Sun Press; Portfolio; Women of the World Against War; World Citizen Information Center)--3.3
  • Crowder, N. Leroy--3.3
  • Crowl, Leon M.--3.3
  • Crowley, Joseph E.--3.3
  • Crull, William H.--3.3
  • Cuddily, William T. ( New Student Review)--3.3, 6.4
  • Cummings, Ridgely ( Comprehension)--3.3, 8.5
  • Curry, Andrew ( Dust)--8.1, 8.2
  • Curry, Helen ( Line)--3.3
  • Curtis, Jack--3.3, 13.4
  • Curtis Publishing Company--3.3
  • Curtis, Ward (Santa Fe Schools)--13.4
  • Cuscaden, Robin Reay [Rob, “R. R.”] ( Mainstream; The Midwest; Odyssey; New Writing by New Authors; Vigil)--3.3, 8.5
  • Cusick, Robert Sherman ( The Penny Papers)--3.3, 8.5
  • Cyclotron (The Editors)--3.3
  • Dalton, Dorothy--3.3
  • Dark Tower (The Editors)--3.4
  • D'Aryan, Leon (International Writers League)--3.4, 8.2
  • Dauset, Laverne--3.4
  • Davenport, J. P.--3.4
  • Davidson, R. T.--13.4
  • Davidson, Selene ( Twice a Year)--7.3
  • Davis, Brown--3.4
  • Davis, Louis H. (Davis Book Wholesalers, Inc.)--14.6
  • Day, Don ( Fanscient)--8.1
  • Day, Robert ( Smoky Hill Review)--3.4
  • Dean, David Kirby--3.4
  • Dean, Frances ( The Chat Noir Review)--3.4
  • Dean, Priscilla--3.4
  • De Boer, Bernhard (Selected Outlets)--3.4
  • Decavalles, Andonis Manjanaris ( The Charioteer)--3.4
  • De Grange, Ronald--3.4
  • De Jong, [?] (Rhode Island Medical Society)--3.4
  • de la Chesnaye, John (Wells Publishing Company)--3.4
  • De La Cruz, Leopoldo ( Aklan Times)--3.4
  • Delafield, Harriet (Ray Brook Tuberculosis Sanitarium)--3.4
  • Delany, Frank J. (Post Office Department. Office of the Solicitor)--14.5
  • Delevante, S.--13.4
  • de Lima Sousa, Milton--3.4
  • De Loach, Allen ( Intrepid)--3.4
  • de Longchamps, Joanne--3.4
  • Delp, R. B. (Dixie Mail Service)--3.4
  • The Denver Post--8.1
  • DePledge, Orian--3.4, 13.4
  • Derleth, August ( Hawk and Whippoorwill)--3.4, 8.1
  • de Selnveinitz, D.--13.6
  • de Stefans, John ( The Connecticut Literary Review)--3.4
  • Devereaux, Elaine Knight--3.4
  • De Witt, G. E. ( The Blue Guitar; Pacific Explicator)--3.4, 8.1
  • De Young, Garry (The Freethought Society of America, Inc.)--3.4
  • Dickinson, Edward T. (The New York Racing Association, Inc.)--3.4
  • Dickson, E. Pratt--3.5, 13.4
  • Di Emidio, Monica--8.2
  • Dienes, Sari--3.4
  • Diers, Dick (University of Oklahoma Library)--6.5
  • DiGenti, Thomas C.--3.4
  • Dillinger, Lucile E.--3.4
  • Di Prima, Diane--6.7, 14.6 (Timothy Leary Defense Fund)
  • Disher, Norman (Angel Island Publishers, Inc.)--3.4
  • Dodds, John R. ( The Centaur Press)--3.4
  • Dollase, Vern--3.4
  • Donahue, Don ( Pale Dog)--3.4, 8.3
  • Donahue, John J.--13.4
  • Donovan, Alan--3.4
  • Doria, Charles ( Poetry/Audit)--3.4
  • Dorn, Alfred (New Orlando Publications; New York University)--3.4, 8.3
  • Dorn, Edward--3.4
  • Dowdy, John M. C. (United States House of Representatives. Public Documents)--3.4
  • Doyle, Stan Pierce ( Nimrod)--3.4
  • Drachler, Trumbull [Pseudonym of Judson Crews]--8.2, 14.4
  • Drennan, Joe Wheeler--3.6, 13.4
  • Dryce, Tom (Gonzo Arts and Crafts-Artist's Exchange)--3.4
  • Dudley, Don ( Era)--3.4, 13.4
  • Duerden, Richard--3.4
  • Duffy, William ( The Fifties)--3.4
  • Duke, James R.--3.4
  • Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- --3.4
  • Dunetz, Lora E.--3.4, 13.4
  • Durling, Lee--3.4
  • Durrett, Eustace--3.4, 8.1 ( Views), 8.2 (University of Louisville)
  • Durrett, Jocelyn--13.4
  • Dutton, David ( Westways)--8.1
  • Eastman, Max--3.7
  • Eaton, Charles Edward--13.4
  • Eberman, Willis--3.7
  • Eckman, Frederick ( Texas Quarterly)--3.7, 13.4
  • Edwards Brothers, Inc.--3.7
  • Edwards, D. Ward.--3.7
  • Edwards, E. W.--3.7
  • Edwards, Jeannette Slocomb--3.7
  • Egri, Kitsted--3.7
  • Eidson, John O. ( The Georgia Review)--3.7
  • Eigner, Larry--3.7
  • Eisenstein, Sam--3.7
  • Elam, Samuel Milton ( Now! A Journal of Our Time)--14.6
  • Elam, Sophie L.--3.7
  • Elkin, Stanley ( Accent)--3.7
  • Elliot, Jean--3.7
  • Ellis, Ann Foster--3.7
  • Ellis, Gordon--3.7
  • Ellis, Neal ( Barefoot)--3.7
  • Elton, William ( Mandrake)--8.5
  • Elwood, Maren (Author's Representative)--3.7
  • Emblen, Donald L. (Grundtvig Folk School)--13.4
  • Emerson, Richard Wirtz (Golden Goose Press)--13.4
  • Emetaz, Eulalia ( La Galeria Escondida)--3.7
  • Epstein, Lester--3.7
  • Ernst, Pearl--See Bond, Pearl
  • Eshelman, William R. ( The Illiterati; The Untide Press)--2.3, 13.4
  • Etnyre, L. E. (Veterans Administration)--15.3
  • Eulert, Donald ( The Western Poet)--8.1
  • Eusterly, Hugh Doug--13.4
  • Evans, H. H. (Books!)--3.7
  • Evans, Max--3.7
  • Evans, William A.--3.7
  • Everts, Lillian--3.7
  • Excell, Patricia ( Meanjin)--8.1
  • Experiment: A Quarterly of New Poetry--3.7, 13.4
  • Factor, Donald ( Nomad)--3.8, 6.4, 8.5
  • Fallender, Arnold--3.8
  • Fankhauser, David G.--13.5
  • Fantasma (The Editors)--3.8
  • Farallon, Cerise (Mrs. Trumbull Drachler) [Pseudonym of Judson Crews]--14.6
  • Farr, Richard S. (Post Office Department. Office of the General Counsel)--14.3, 14.5
  • Farrar, Larston D.--14.6
  • Farrell, Miss (Taos Book Shop)--13.5
  • Farrington, A. (Short Run Service)--6.9
  • Fasater, William--3.8
  • Federman, Raymond ( Mica)--3.8
  • Feller, Siegfried (University of Oklahoma)--6.5
  • Felton, Gordon H.--3.8
  • Ferlinghetti, Lawrence (City Lights Books)--3.8
  • Ferrini, Vincent ( Four Winds)--3.8, 13.5
  • Fielder, Mildred--3.8
  • Fiene, Donald M. ( Views)--3.8
  • Finch, L. R. (Las Vegas Publishing Company)--3.8
  • Fine, Michael (The Paper Place)--3.8
  • Fink, L. H. (Mrs.)--3.8
  • First State Bank of Taos--3.8, 15.3
  • Fischbach, John A.--13.5
  • Fisher, John Andrew--3.8
  • Fisher, Paulyne M.--3.8
  • Fishman, Irving (Treasury Department. Bureau of Customs)--14.4
  • Fitzpatrick, George ( New Mexico Magazine)--3.8, 8.1
  • Fitzpatrick, Joseph ( Arts in Louisville)--3.8
  • Fitzsimmons, Thomas (Yale University)--3.8
  • Fjelde, Rolf ( Poetry New York)--3.8
  • Flack, Vic ( Insert)--3.8, 8.3
  • Flanders, Marjorie ( Location)--8.5
  • Fletcher, John G. (McDowell Colony)--3.8, 8.7
  • Fletcher, K.--3.8
  • Flood, Ralph--8.2
  • Flores, Robert ( Original Works)--3.8
  • Fojtik, Sonja--3.8
  • Fokes, Fran (Chrysalis West Foundation; Genesis West)--3.8
  • Fontinelle, R. E.--3.8
  • Foot, Junior--3.8
  • Forbes, Ivan (University of Michigan. The Lawyers Club)--3.8
  • Ford, Edsel--3.8, 13.5
  • Ford, George H. (University of Rochester)--3.8
  • Ford, Kenneth--3.8
  • Foster, Jeannette H. (University of Kansas City Library)--3.8
  • Foster, Joseph--3.8
  • Foster, Margaret Hale (“Margue”)--3.8
  • Fowler, Helen ( Approach)--8.1
  • Fowler, John E. (Abington Book Shop; Grist)--3.8
  • Fowler, Natalie Knowles--3.8
  • Fowlie, Wallace--3.8
  • Fox, Steven ( Also)--3.8
  • Fraenkel, Michael--3.9
  • Fram, Michael L.--3.9
  • Franklin, Laura ( Midwest Review)--8.1
  • Fraser, Kathleen Marshall--3.9
  • Frazzle, Hazel--3.9
  • Frederick, C. M. (The Banyan Press)--3.9
  • Freedman, Morris (University of New Mexico, Albuquerque)--14.6
  • Freelance, The (The Editors)--3.9
  • Freilich, Henry--3.9
  • French, Warren G. (University of Mississippi)--3.9
  • Frend, George J.--3.9
  • Freudenthal, Camen K. (Dona Ana County Planned Parenthood Association)--3.9
  • Friederick, Reinhard H. ( The New Lantern Club Review)--3.9
  • Friedman, Sue ( Signet)--3.9
  • Friesner, Paul (Fort Hays Kansas State College. Forsyth Library)--3.9
  • Frontier (The Editors)--14.6
  • Frumkin, Gene ( Crestlines)--3.9
  • Fry, Barbara ( Harlequin)--3.9, 8.3
  • Fry, S. ( Harlequin)--8.2
  • Frye, Burton--13.5
  • Fusscas, Louis--3.9
  • F. W. Faxon Company--13.5
  • Gablik, Suzi--4.1
  • Galley Publishing Company--13.5
  • Gamble, George--4.1
  • Garland, Philip--4.1
  • Garner, W. L. ( Targets)--4.1, 8.1-2
  • Garrick, Jed--4.1, 13.5
  • Gathings, E. C. (United States House of Representatives. Select Committee on Current Pornographic Materials)--14.6
  • Gato--4.1
  • Gegenheimer, Albert F. ( Arizona Quarterly)--4.1
  • Geiger, Henry ( Mannas)--14.6
  • Genee, Edythe Hope ( The American Bard)--8.1
  • George, Allen--4.1
  • George, Anna B.--13.5
  • Gershwiler, C. O. (Education Information, Inc.)--4.1
  • Gerstenberger, Donna (Directory of Periodicals)--4.1
  • Gertz, Elmer--4.1
  • Ghiselin, Brewster (University of Utah. Writer's Conference)--4.1
  • Gibbons, Louis--4.1
  • Gibbs, Alonzo ( The Kinsman)--4.1
  • Gibson, Morgan ( Arts in Society)--4.1
  • Gilbert, Jack--4.1
  • Gilbert, Miriam (Authors' and Publishers' Service; New Voices Publishing Company; New Voices in Poetry: 1948)--4.1, 8.2-3, 8.5, 8.7
  • Gill, John--4.1
  • Ginsberg, Allen, 1926- (Timothy Leary Defense Fund)--14.6
  • Glass Hill Publishing Company--13.5
  • Glauber, Robert H. ( The Beloit Poetry Journal; Compass)--4.1
  • Glover, Tom--4.1
  • Glynn, Irene ( New Directions)--4.1
  • Goddard, Madeline--4.1
  • Goldberg, Barbara ( Venture; Compass Review)--4.1
  • Golden Goose Press (The Editors-Beum, Eckman, Emerson)--4.1
  • Goldstone, Adrian H.--4.1
  • Goll, Yran ( Hemisphere)--4.1
  • Goode, Stephen H. ( Connotations)--4.1
  • Goodloe, Muriel ( University of Kansas City Review)--13.5
  • Goodson, Mary Swanzy--4.1
  • Gordon, Giles--4.1
  • Gordon, Kenneth--4.1
  • Gordon, Ronald--13.5
  • Gordon, Sidney--4.1
  • Gormly, Walter ( Newsman Gadfly)--4.1
  • Gotham Book Mart--13.5
  • Gove, Jim--4.1
  • Graham, Alma ( The Carolina Quarterly)--4.1
  • Graham, Clem--13.5
  • Grainger, John H. (Graphic Arts Studio)--4.1
  • Granbery, John C. ( The Emancipator)--4.1
  • Grant, Truett K. (Baylor University)--15.3
  • Graper, Marcus J.--4.1
  • Grauer, Ben--4.1
  • Grayson, Stuart H.--4.1
  • The Grecourt Review--4.1
  • Greedy, Max--13.5
  • Green, Ivan--4.1
  • Green, Jack--14.6
  • Greenhill, Jack--4.1
  • Greenwood, R. ( Talisman)--4.1
  • Greer, Dodie--4.1
  • Greer, Scott A.--4.2
  • Gregor, Arthur (The Macmillan Company)--4.1
  • Gregor, Doris (Santa Fe Public Library)--14.6
  • Gregson, Edwin--4.1
  • Gresser, Seymour--4.1
  • Griffee, Carol ( Nimrod)--4.1
  • Griffin, Howard--4.1
  • Griffith, E. V., 1927- ( Hearse; Minnesota Quarterly; Sheaf)--4.3, 8.2-3, 13.5
  • Griffith, Jon T. ( Gallows; Griffith Brothers; Hearse)--4.1
  • Gross, John ( Experiment)--4.1
  • Grossman, D. Jon ( Points)--4.1
  • Grove Press, Inc. (The Editors)--14.4
  • Grow, Nona--13.5
  • Grundtvig Folk School. Projection Press-13.5
  • Gryphon #2 (The Editor)--8.6
  • Guenther, Charles ( The New Atlantis)--4.1
  • Guggenbull, Gaile ( The Villager)--4.1
  • Gulick, Charles ( Idiom)--4.1
  • Gurley, Nell Whitman--4.1
  • Gustafson, R.--4.1
  • Guy, H. M. ( The Miscellaneous Man)--4.1, 8.2
  • Guzman, Jessie P. (Tuskegee Institute)--4.1
  • Habenicht, Robert (Mayshark Lithography Company)--4.4
  • Hagglund, Ben ( Caravel; The Book Gazette; The House of Hagglund)--4.4, 8.2
  • Hahn, Margaret--13.5
  • Haidukewiez, Robert (Maryland School for the Blind)--4.4
  • Hakim, Eleanor ( Studies on the Left)--4.4
  • Hall, Richard--4.4
  • Hallows, Mary E.--4.4
  • Ham, R. A. ( The Goodly Co.)--4.4, 8.5
  • Hamilton, Mary M. (Reflections Press)--4.4
  • Hanna, Charles ( Damascus Road)--3.4
  • Hanson, Kenneth O. ( Inland)--4.4
  • Hansroth, Harry Roberts ( Recuerdo)--4.4
  • Hardesty, C. (C. Hardesty Photos, Plaques, Novelties)--4.4
  • Harding, James Lombard--13.5
  • Harlan, Doug--4.4
  • Harmon, Catherine ( Here and Now Magazine)--4.4
  • Harms, Feodor A. (Ferdinand Harms, Inc.)--13.5
  • Harper, Carol Ely ( Experiment)--4.5, 13.5
  • Harper, R. W. (Veterans Administration)--15.3
  • Harper's Magazine (The Editors)--8.1
  • Harrigan, Anthony (American Letters)--4.4, 8.5
  • Harrington, Helen ( Caravan)--8.2
  • Harris, Barbara ( Coastlines Literary Magazine)--4.4
  • Harris, Erna P.--4.4
  • Harris, Farah--4.4
  • Harris, Patricia Nothway ( Perception)--4.4
  • Harris, W. E.--14.6
  • Harris, William ( Ante; Echo Press)--4.4
  • Harrison, Thomas (United States Post Office, Waco, TX)--14.5
  • Harsch, Eugene--4.4
  • Hartley, Margaret L. ( Southwest Review)--4.4, 8.1, 8.5
  • Hartman, Arthur D.--4.4
  • Hartman, Carl ( Epoch)--8.2
  • Harwell, Meade--4.4
  • Hastings, Baird ( Chrysalis)--4.4, 8.5
  • Hastings, Lily--4.4
  • Hatch, Carl A. (United States Federal District Court Judge)--14.6
  • Hatch, Robert ( The Nation)--8.2
  • Hathaway, B.--4.4
  • Hathaway, S. ( Epoch)--13.5
  • Hayden, Robert ( Counterpoise)--4.4
  • Hazard, Geoffrey--4.4
  • Hazard, Harry W.--4.4
  • Hazelton, D. R.--4.4
  • Heanue, James ( Wunderhorn Musette)--4.4
  • Heartman, Charles F.--4.4
  • Heaton, William--4.4
  • Hedley, Leslie Woolf ( Inferno)--4.4, 13.5
  • Heifetz, L. M.--4.4
  • Helms, Margaret--4.4
  • Hemeroteca Municipal (Madrid)--4.4
  • Henbest, D. A.--4.4
  • Hendon, Robert--13.5
  • Herndon, Venable--4.4
  • Herrmann, John ( Chrysalis)--4.4
  • Herschkowitz, Harry ( Death)--4.4
  • Hershberger, H. M. ( The Western Poet)--4.4
  • Herzing, Albert--4.4
  • Heywood, Terence--4.4, 13.5
  • Hicks, John ( Massachussetts Review)--4.6
  • Higginson, Fred H. ( Kansas Magazine)--4.6
  • Hill, Hyacinthe--4.7, 14.6
  • Hinze, Helen (San Francisco State College)--4.6
  • Hippocrene (The Editors)--4.6
  • Hirschman, M. C. K.--4.6
  • Hitchcock, William M. (Timothy Leary Defense Fund)--14.6
  • Hoffman, Hazel--4.6
  • Hoffman, Joseph--4.6
  • Hoffrek, Ada Mae--13.5
  • Hogan, Nelda--8.1
  • Hoggins, Carolyn ( Lynx)--4.6, 8.1, 8.3
  • Hohmann, Fred J. (Department of Labor)--15.3
  • Holden, Marcia Nichols ( Poetry Book Magazine)--8.2
  • Holland, Lee ( Outcry)--4.6, 8.2
  • Holmes, Donald C. (Library of Congress)--14.4
  • Holmes, Lawrence J.--4.6
  • Holowaty, Michael--4.6
  • Holt, Dennis--13.5
  • Hood, Edward ( Shenandoah)--4.6
  • Hoopes, John ( Wild Dog)--4.6
  • Hooton, Harry--4.6
  • Hoover, J. Edgar (John Edgar), 1895-1972 (Federal Bureau of Investigation)--14.3
  • Hopper, John--4.6
  • Horn, John C. (Veterans Administration)--15.3
  • Hornick, Lita ( Kulchur)--4.6
  • Horwood, H. ( Protocol)--4.6
  • Hough, Henry--4.6 ( The Denver Post), 8.1 ( Empire)
  • Hough, Polly W. ( The Grecourt Review)--4.6
  • Howard, J. A. (Treasury Department. Internal Revenue Service. New Mexico)--15.3
  • Howard, Maxwell--4.6
  • Howland, Wallace (Office of the Attorney General)--14.4
  • Howorth, John L. (Mrs.)--4.6 (Albuquerque Peace Information Center)
  • Hoyden, R.--4.6
  • Hoyt, Clement ( American Haiku)--4.6
  • Huaco, Henry ( The Berkeley Review)--4.6, 8.1
  • Hudson, Flexmore ( Poetry: The Australian International Quarterly of Verse)--4.6
  • Hudspeth, Frances H. ( Texas Quarterly)--4.6
  • Huett, Richard (Dell Publishing Company. Laurel Editions. Delta Books)--4.6, 8.3
  • Hugh, Margaret--8.7
  • Hughes, Langston, 1902-1967--4.6
  • Hughes, Max A.--4.6
  • Hughes, Maxine Wright--13.5
  • Hull, William--13.5
  • Hunter, Grace ( The Tanager)--4.6
  • Hunter, James Edward--4.6
  • Huppert, George ( The Berkeley Review)--4.6
  • Hutchins, Bill--4.6
  • Huxley, Aldous, 1894-1963--4.6
  • Ignatow, David, 1914- ( The Beloit Poetry Journal; Chelsea)--4.8
  • Impeccable Publications (The Editors)--4.8
  • Ingalls, Robert Herron ( The Chat Noir Review)--4.8
  • Ingianni, Ignace M. ( Simbolica)--4.8, 13.5
  • Integer, [?] ( New Views)--4.8
  • Isolina [Publishing Company] ( Why?)--4.8
  • Jack L. Stoll and Associates, Inc.--7.1
  • Jackinson, Alex (Alex Jackinson Literary Agency)--5.1
  • Jackson, Nyle M. (Post Office Department)--14.5
  • Jacobs, Alden F.--5.1
  • Jacobs, Leonard (The University of Chicago)--5.1
  • Jacobs, S. A. (The Golden Eagle Press)--5.1
  • Jacobs, Sheila M. (The Golden Eagle Press)--5.1
  • Jacobs, Thornwell ( The Westminster Magazine)--5.1
  • Jacoby, Grover I., Jr. ( Variegation)--5.1
  • Jain, R. K. (Bharti Association Publications)--5.1
  • James, Rebecca Salisbury--5.1
  • Jameson, R. D. ( Western Folklore)--5.1
  • Janes, Kelly--5.1, 13.5, 14.6
  • Jankus, Hank--5.1
  • Jans, Miriam--5.1
  • Jape, Fred--5.1
  • Jeantete, Eloy (First State Bank of Taos)--5.1
  • Jenkins, Betty ( Logos: My Word; Queens College)--5.1
  • Jennison, Peter S. (American Book Publishers Council)--14.6
  • Jewell, Rhoda ( SCTH)--5.1
  • Johnson, Bess Powers--13.5
  • Johnson, Charles D. ( The Baylor Century)--5.1
  • Johnson, Dewey E. (New Mexico House of Representatives)--14.6
  • Johnson, George ( The Other)--5.1
  • Johnson, Margaret Lee--5.1
  • Johnson, Marguerite (The Network of Patriotic Letter Writers)--5.1
  • Johnson, Ray--5.1
  • Johnson, Samuel ( Undertakings Quarterly)--5.1
  • Johnston, Lena [Pseudonym of Judson Crews]--8.2
  • Johnston, Percy E. ( Dasein; Jupiter Hammon Publishers)--5.1
  • Jones, Adele Fenter--13.5
  • Jones, E. H. ( Blue Guitar)--5.1
  • Jones, Eddie--5.1
  • Jones, Enid Daniel ( The American Bard)--5.1
  • Jones, Getty Jo--5.1
  • Jones, James Land ( Nimrod)--5.1
  • Jones, LeRoi--See Baraka, Imamu Amiri, 1934-
  • Jones, Oliver--5.1
  • Jones, Peter ( New Helios)--5.1
  • Jordan, Casper LeRoy--5.1 ( The Free Lance), 8.2 (The Free Lance Poets and Prose Workshop)
  • Jordan, Dan--5.1
  • Jordan, Fred ( Evergreen Review)--5.1
  • Jordan, James O. ( The Review of Contemporary Poetry)--5.1
  • Joski-Katz, Daniel (United States Information Service, Paris)--5.1
  • Joyce, John E.--15.3
  • Judson, John--5.1
  • Juniper, Walter H. (Baylor University)--5.1
  • Kalmer, Elaine ( Inscape)--5.2
  • Kanellos, Vassos (Institute of Ancient Dance Drama in Greece)--5.2
  • Kaplen, Joe--5.2
  • Kapral, Richard--13.5
  • Kapustka, Stan Lee ( The Kapustkan Magazine)--5.2
  • Karp, Sol ( Bitterroot)--5.2
  • Katy, Daniel (American Embassy, Paris)--5.2
  • Katy, Menke ( Bitterroot)--5.2
  • Kay, George Henry ( New Verse Magazine)--5.2
  • Kay, Joseph Anthony ( The Angry Young Man)--5.2
  • Keegan, Diane ( Poet Lore)--5.2
  • Keller, R. M. ( Venture)--5.2
  • Kelly, Robert ( The Chelsea Review)--5.2
  • Kemp, Lysander--5.2, 13.5
  • Kendall, Isabella Jeanine--13.5
  • Kendle, Burton ( Middle State Review)--5.2
  • Kennedy, Jim--5.2
  • Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963--5.2
  • Kennedy, X. J. ( The Paris Review)--5.2
  • Kenny, Jerome F.--5.2
  • Kentnor, T. M. (Taos Artists Association, Inc.)--7.3
  • Keough, Margaret--5.2
  • Kephart, W. Franklin--5.2
  • Kersting, Raymond F. (First Presbyterian Church, Taos)--14.6
  • Kessler, A. (Professional Products Company)--5.2
  • Kessler, Jascha--5.2
  • Keyser, George--5.2
  • Kidis, John G. (John G. Kidis Books)--5.2
  • Kiesel, Stanley--5.2
  • Kight, R. J. (Army Services Foreces)--15.3
  • Kimball, George ( Grist)--5.2, 8.1
  • King, Herman Stowell--5.2
  • King, J., Jr. (Kings Press)--5.2
  • King, Joe--5.2
  • King, S. A. M.--5.2
  • Kinzinger, Edmund Daniel (Baylor University. Art Department)--5.2
  • Kissam, Ed ( Burning Water)--8.5
  • Kitaif, Ted--5.2
  • Kiviat, Erik ( Head)--5.2
  • Kizer, Carolyn ( Poetry Northwest)--5.2
  • Klein, Michael--5.2
  • Klipstein, Pessa S.--5.2
  • Knauff, Janet--5.2
  • Knoepfle, John ( Deep Channel Packet)--5.2
  • Knoll, Leo G. (Post Office Department. Office of the General Counsel)--14.5
  • Knopp, Karl C. (Mrs.)--5.2
  • Knutson, Russell F. (Fridtjof-Karla Press)--14.6
  • Kohler, Charlotte ( The Virginia Quarterly Review)--8.1
  • Koller, James--5.2
  • Kopala, Barbara ( Contemporary Authors)--5.2
  • Korman, Harrison (Ninth House Publishing)--5.2
  • Korn, Albert Ralph--13.5
  • Koster, D. A.--5.2
  • Kramm, J. E.--13.5
  • Krassner, Paul ( The Realist)--5.2
  • Krones, Peter David ( The Carolina Quarterly)--5.2
  • Kuenstler, Frank ( Bread)--5.2
  • Kulek, Jerome ( Nexus)--5.2
  • Kupferberg, Tuli ( Birth)--5.2, 8.1
  • Kusensky, Raymond (Iowa Poetry Association)--13.5
  • Kuykendall, Mabel McKinney Weil ( Quicksilver)--6.8, 8.1-3, 8.6
  • Lafoe, P.--5.3
  • Lancaster, June E. ( Nat)--5.3, 13.5
  • Landesman, Jay Irving ( Neurotica)--8.5
  • Lang, Marcia--5.3
  • Lange, Sigrid (Voyage Press)--5.3
  • Langland, Joe ( The Massachussetts Review)--5.3
  • Langvardt, Arthur ( The Kansas Magazine)--5.3
  • Lansing, Gerrit Y. ( Set)--5.3
  • Lanye, C. J.--5.3
  • Larsen, Carl ( Existarïa; Seven Poet Press)--5.3, 8.2-3
  • Larsen, Erling--5.3
  • LaRue, Carl Leon--5.3
  • Lasater, William R.--5.3
  • La Tour, Onya--5.3
  • Laufman, Marilyn Joselit--5.3
  • Laughlin, James ( New Directions)--5.3
  • Lawrence, Edna--5.3
  • Lawson, Jack (Fore Publications Limited)--5.3
  • Lazarus, Arnold ( Quartet: A Magazine of the Arts)--5.3
  • Lea, George--5.3
  • Leary, Albert P.--5.3
  • Lee, Donald W. ( Forum)--5.3
  • Legman, Beverly--5.3
  • Legman, G. (Gershon), 1917- ( Neurotica)--5.3, 14.6
  • Leite, George ( Circle; Daliel's)--5.3
  • Le Master, J. R. (Defiance College)--5.3, 8.1
  • Lemoke, Henry (Mrs.)--5.3
  • Leonard, Henry K.--5.3
  • Lescaze, Mary ( Twice a Year)--7.3
  • Lesdain, Pierre--5.3
  • Le Sueur, Meridel--5.3
  • Letchford, Frank--5.3
  • Lett, Jane, Paul and Diana--5.3
  • Lett, Paul (Mutiny Press)--5.3
  • Levertov, Denise, 1923- ( The Nation)--5.3
  • Levin, Millea--5.3
  • Levine, Paul ( Lynx)--5.3
  • Le Viness, W. Thetford--13.5
  • Levy, D. A. (Renegade Press)--5.3
  • Levy, Herbert Monte (American Civil Liberties Union)--14.6
  • Levy, Robert--5.3
  • Lewis, Dori ( Saturday Review)--14.6
  • Lewis, James Franklin ( Crescendo)--8.4, 8.7
  • Lewis, Leon O. (Lewis and Montag, Certified Public Accountants)--5.3
  • Liberation (The Editors)--5.3
  • Lichtenstein, Jean--5.3
  • Liebow, Richard (Richard's Books)--5.3
  • Light Year Printing Office-5.3
  • Lil' Abner--13.5
  • Lindeman, Jack ( Whetstone)--5.3, 8.2-3
  • Linick, Anthony ( Nomad)--5.3, 6.4
  • Lippincott, Orval Burdette (Society of North American Poets)--5.3
  • Lish, Gordon (Chrysalis West Foundation; Genesis West)--5.3
  • Lisle, Floy [cousin of Judson Crews]--5.4
  • Literary Arts Press (The Editors)--8.1
  • Litjens, Gerard W. (St. Anthony's Church)--8.2
  • Livingstone, Kenneth M.--5.4
  • Locke, Duane ( Poetry Review, Florida)--5.4
  • Lockridge, Norman ( Good Times)--8.2
  • Loftus, Frank--5.4
  • Long, Harriet C.--5.4
  • Loran, Muriel--5.4
  • Lorraine, Lillith ( Avalon; Different; Flame)--5.4
  • Lottinville, Savoie (University of Oklahoma Press)--8.6
  • Love, George L. ( Response)--5.4
  • Lovelady, Bill ( The Blue Guitar; Poetry Fund Journal)--5.4, 8.5
  • Lovelady, Lee ( The Blue Guitar)--5.4
  • Lowbury, Edward--13.5
  • Lowell, James A. (The Processing Center Cadre; Asphodel Book Shop)--5.4
  • Lowenfels, Walter ( Dialog)--5.4
  • Lowenthal, Morris (Freedom-To-Read Citizens Committee)--14.6
  • Lowery, Liza--5.4
  • Lowler, Helen ( Approach)--5.4
  • Luchini, Benjamin D. (Employment Security Commission of New Mexico)--15.3
  • Luhan, Mabel Dodge, 1879-1962--5.4
  • The Lumberjack News--5.4
  • Lund, Mary Graham--5.4
  • Lundstedt, Christine ( Configuration)--5.4
  • Lusk, William ( SSCribe)--5.4
  • Lynx (The Editors)--5.4
  • Lyttle, David--5.4
  • McAdams, H. J. ( The Fantopologist)--5.5
  • McAfee, James T.--5.5
  • McAfee, Tom--5.5
  • Macauley, Robie--5.5, 13.5
  • McBeth, Varley--5.5
  • McBride, Richard (City Lights Books)--5.5
  • McCandless, J. H. ( Approach)--5.5
  • McCarthy, Albert J. ( The Delphic Review)--5.5
  • McCaulley, Fred A.--5.5, 8.7
  • McChesney, Mae--5.5
  • McChesney, Mary--5.5
  • McClay, Whipple--13.5
  • McClure, Michael--5.5
  • McCrudden, Francis Lambert ( The Raven)--5.5
  • McDermott, William--5.5
  • McEvilley, Tom--5.5
  • McG. Shore, M.--13.5
  • McGee, I. H. ( The Westminster Magazine)--5.5, 8.2
  • McGovern, Hugh--5.5
  • McGrath, Tom--5.5
  • McIntrye, Helen (The University of New Mexico Library)--5.5
  • McKay, John--5.5
  • Mackey, S. E.--See Moray, Sylvi
  • McKinney, Robert ( The New Mexican)--5.5
  • Maclaine, Chris ( Contour Quarterly)--5.5
  • McLane, Bob--5.5
  • Maclellan, William (William Maclellan Publishers Ltd. Scotland)--5.5
  • Macleod, Norman, 1906- --5.5
  • Macleod, William--13.5
  • MacLow, Jackson--5.5
  • McMahan, Helen (Oklahoma. State Chairman of Poetry)--5.5
  • McManus, Pat--5.5 ( Artpress), 8.1 (Literary Arts Press)
  • McMullen, Dennis--5.5
  • McMurtry, Larry ( Adept)--5.5
  • MacNab, Arden--5.5
  • McNail, Stanley ( The Galley Sail Review)--5.5
  • McNair, Lura Thomas ( Scimitar and Song)--5.5
  • McNamara, Tom--5.5
  • McNamee, Edward--5.5
  • McQuarrie, Diane--5.5
  • McReynolds, David ( Liberation)--5.5
  • McWilliams, Carey ( The Nation)--14.6
  • Mad Virgin (The Editor)--8.2
  • Madigan, LaVerne (Association on American Indian Affairs, Inc.)--8.1
  • Madison, James H.--5.5
  • Maggs, Derek ( Zebra Magazine)--5.5
  • Magner, Eugene--5.5 (University of Buffalo Library), 8.5, 13.5 ( Glass Hill)
  • Maguffey, Ethel--5.5
  • Mahoney, Dolores ( SSCribe)--5.5
  • Mahoney, Donal F. ( Today)--5.5
  • Mahoney, Terese--13.5
  • Major, Clarence ( The Coercion Review)--5.5, 8.2
  • Malanga, Gerard ( Wagner Literary Magazine)--5.5
  • Malanga, Paul ( From a Window)--5.5, 8.5
  • Mallery, Helen--13.5
  • Malone, Marvin ( Wormwood Review)--5.6, 8.2
  • Malone, Ted (National Broadcasting Corporation, “Between the Bookends”)--5.7
  • Mandel, Barry ( Scribe)--5.7
  • Mandelblatt, Sol (Obelisk Books)--5.7
  • Manly, Albert Morse--5.7
  • Manning, James--5.7
  • Margolis, William J. ( The Miscellaneous Man)--5.7, 8.2
  • Marin, Robert--5.7
  • Marinoni, Rosa Zagnoni--13.5
  • Marra, John--5.7
  • Marsh, Miriam--13.5
  • Marsh, Willard--5.7
  • Marshall, Kathleen Fraser ( The Second Coming)--5.7
  • Marshall, Marjorie ( Provincetown Review)--5.7
  • Marshall, Vera T.--5.7
  • Martin, Peter (City Lights Books)--5.7
  • Marvin, H. M.--5.7
  • Mason, Carol--5.7
  • The Massachusetts Review (The Editors)--5.7
  • Masters, Robert E. L. ( Texarkana Gazette)--5.7
  • Masterson, Stella--5.7
  • Mathews, Sidney E. (Ohio State University Library)--5.7
  • Maxey, Wallace O. ( Sex and Censorship)--14.6
  • Maxwell, Earl ( Venture; The Writer's Workshops)--5.7
  • Maxwell, Lawrence R. (L. R. M. Books)--5.7
  • Maxwell, Peter (CRWTH Press)--5.7
  • May, Frances--5.7
  • May, James Boyer ( Inferno; Trace; Villiers Publications)--5.7, 13.5
  • May, Martin (Veterans Administration)--15.3
  • Mayer, Donald S.--5.7
  • Mayer, Katherine Van Stone ( Spanish Folk Songs of the Southwest)--5.7
  • Maynard, Merrill A. V. (Braille Poets' Guild, Inc)--13.5
  • Mayo, Lester W.--5.7
  • Mazurova, Alexandra--5.7
  • Mazzaro, Jerome L. (University of Detroit. Publications Department; The New Fresco, Inc.)--5.7, 8.1
  • Medhurst, Nista--5.8
  • Meehan, Margaret ( American Aphrodite; Seven Sirens Press)--5.8
  • Meline, Elva ( Galley; Proof Inc.; Little Magazine Publishing)--5.8
  • Mencher, Melvin (United Press Association)--13.5
  • Merritt, LeRoy C. ( Newsletter on Intellectual Freedom of the American Library Association)--14.6
  • Merry, Judith (The University of Arizona Library)--5.8
  • Meyer, Larry L. ( Westways)--8.1
  • Mid-Tower Publishing Corporation--14.6
  • Middleton, B. F. (Mrs.)--5.8
  • Middleton, Christopher--5.8
  • Midwest (The Editors)--5.8
  • Mille, Roy H. ( San Francisco Review)--5.8
  • Miller, Eve--5.8
  • Miller, G. (National Amateur Press Association)--5.8
  • Miller, Guy Waltman--5.8
  • Miller, Henry, 1891- --6.1
  • Miller, Kaylaine ( SSCribe)--5.8
  • Miller, Lowell F.--5.8
  • Miller, Robert--5.8
  • Miller, Tom Polk ( The Illiterati)--5.8
  • Millett, William--5.8
  • Milton, John R. ( S. D. Review; State University of South Dakota. Department of English)--5.8, 8.1
  • Mindel, Saul J. (Post Office Department. Office of the General Counsel)--14.5
  • Minot, Stephen ( New Directory)--5.8
  • Mitchell, Amy ( Prairie Schooner)--5.8
  • Mitchell, Evelyn M.--5.8
  • Mitchell, Fredric--5.8
  • Mitchell, John Emery--13.5
  • Moffitt, H. E.--13.5
  • Mohr, Richard--5.8
  • Montague, H. B. (Post Office Department. Chief Postal Inspector)--14.5
  • Montgomery, Pettis--13.5
  • Mookse, George ( Nova)--8.2
  • Moon, Samuel ( The Step Ladder)--5.8
  • Moore, Everett T. (University of California, Los Angeles)--14.6
  • Moore, Fritz (Kansas State College. Department of Modern Languages)--5.8
  • Moore, Susan (Contemporary Arts)--5.8
  • Moore, Thomas (Henry Miller Literary Society)--5.8, 14.4
  • Moorman, George R. (Veterans Administration)--15.3
  • Moorse, George ( Nova)--5.8, 8.2
  • Morang, Alfred, 1901-1958--6.2
  • Moray, Joe ( Matrix)--6.3
  • Moray, Sylvi E. [pseudonyms S.(ylvi) E.(dith) Mackey, S. E. Laurila]--6.3
  • Morehouse College--5.8
  • Morehouse, William--5.8
  • Morris, Alice S. ( Harper's Bazaar)--5.8
  • Morris, Constance--13.5
  • Morris, James Ryan ( The Croupier)--5.8
  • Morrissey, deRosset ( Time)--14.6
  • Morton, Ann (Doubleday and Company, Inc.)--5.8
  • Moscovitz, Joe--See Joe Moray
  • Moseley, Sara Caroline ( Harlequin)--5.8, 8.5
  • Moser, Alice--5.8
  • Moser, Norman--5.8
  • Mounce, Mervin (A. N. L. Publishing Company)--14.6
  • Muller, Anthony W. ( The Pendulum)--5.8
  • Murfey, Etta Josephine ( The American Bard)--5.8
  • Murphey, Joseph Colin ( Southwest Review; Harlequin)--5.8, 8.1
  • Murphy, Carol ( Approach)--8.2
  • Murray, George (J. N. Bartfield Art Galleries, Inc.)--5.8
  • Murray, Joe--5.8
  • Murray, Lois--13.5
  • Murray, Muriel (Northwesten University Library)--5.8
  • Murray, W.--5.8
  • Musial, Frank H.--5.8
  • Mutiny Press--5.8
  • Myers, J. William ( Poetry Dial)--5.8
  • Myers, John--5.8
  • Nabb, Paul--13.6
  • Naser, George--6.4
  • Nash, Ralph ( Perspective)--6.4
  • Neale, Bob (Contemporary American Poetry Association; Prosidia)--6.4
  • Nearing, Scott--14.6
  • Nelson, Peggy J.--3.5
  • Nelson, Philip Kinlock--6.4
  • Nerber, John ( The Tiger's Eye)--6.4, 7.3
  • Nestor, Nicholas--6.4
  • New Departures (The Editors)--6.4, 15.3
  • New Foundations (The Editors)--8.5
  • New Mexico Quarterly Review (The Editors)--6.4
  • New Voices Publishing Company (The Editors)--5.1, 8.5, 8.7
  • Newberry, William H.--6.4, 14.6
  • Newman, Louis--6.4
  • Newton, R. Morris ( Poetry Review. Florida)--6.4
  • Newton, Ray--6.4
  • Nicholas, Georgia C.--13.6
  • Niles, Faye Phillips ( The Green World)--6.4
  • Nimrod (The Editors)--7.3
  • Nin, Anaïs, 1903-1977 (Anaïs Nin Press)--6.4
  • Nirvana (The Editors)--6.4
  • Norman, Dorothy ( Twice a Year)--6.4, 7.3
  • Norris, Dwight W. ( Newsweek)--14.6
  • Northe, James Neill--13.6
  • Northnagel, E. W. ( Zephyr Rocket)--6.4, 14.6
  • Northwest Review (The Editors)--8.1
  • Nossoff, Nadina ( Statement Magazine)--6.4
  • Novit, Sam ( Greta; “N. B. C. Music Round-Up”)--6.4, 13.6
  • Nowlan, Alden--6.4, 13.6
  • Number (The Editors)--6.4
  • Nyce, Clinton--6.4
  • Nyren, Dorothy ( The Volusia Review)--6.4, 8.2
  • Nyssen, John H. (Precision Cutting Tools and Equipment)--6.4
  • Nystedt, Robert and Elaine--6.4
  • Oakes, Eldred F. ( Oak Leaves)--6.5, 8.2
  • Oatman, Eric F. ( Manhattan Review)--6.5
  • O'Brien, Elizabeth ( New Foundations)--6.5
  • O'Brien, Joseph W. ( 12th Street; New School for Social Research)--6.5, 8.5
  • Odlin, Ren W.--6.5
  • O'Donnell, Michael--6.5
  • O'Donnol, Dion--6.5 (Wagon and Star Publishers), 13.6
  • Offen, Ronald ( Odyssey; Mainstream)--6.5, 8.2
  • O'Grady, Thomas--6.5
  • O'Hair, Madalyn Murray ( Freethought Society of America, Inc.; Murray Newsletter; American Atheist)--5.8
  • O'Kane, W. H. (Mrs.)--6.5
  • Oldden, Stanley K.--6.5
  • Olesen, H.--6.5
  • O'Lessker, Karl--6.5
  • Olivant (The Editor)--8.1-2
  • Olton, H. R. ( Nightwatchman)--6.5
  • Oman, Alice--13.6
  • Opalov, Leonard--6.5
  • O'Rourke, Regina--6.5
  • Ortega, J. ( The New Mexico Quarterly Review)--13.6
  • Ostrom, M. A. (United States Post Office, San Francisco, CA)--14.5
  • Our Lady of Guadalupe Benedictine Monastery--6.5
  • Owen, Guy (Stetson University)--6.5
  • Owens, Major ( Phoenix)--6.5
  • The Owl and the Nightingale--6.5
  • Ownbey, Jenna V. Stephenson--13.6
  • Padgett, Ron ( The White Dove Review)--6.6
  • Palmer, Benjamin Martin ( SSCribe)--6.6, 8.2
  • Panam Editiones--13.6
  • Papazian, P. ( Counterpoint)--6.6
  • Parch, Tommy--8.5
  • Parker, Bob ( Perspectives)--6.6
  • Parker, C. A. A. ( L'Alouette; Threads in Tapestry)--6.6
  • Parker, Elsie Smith (American Poetry Association)--6.6
  • Parker, Pemberton--6.6
  • Parkinson, Tom--6.6
  • Parra, Louis (American Authors Press Association; The American Scene)--6.6
  • Parse, Gladys L.--13.6
  • Pascal, Hannah--13.6
  • Patchen, Kenneth, 1911-1972--6.6, 13.6
  • Patchen, Miriam--6.6
  • Patton, John ( The Trend)--6.6
  • Pavia, P. G. (Second Half Publishing Company)--6.6
  • Payne, Miles (“Mike”)--6.6, 8.2 ( Light Year; Light Year Printing Office)
  • Payne, Robert (Alabama College; Montevallo Review)--6.6
  • Pearce, Roy Harvey (Ohio State University; University of California, San Diego)--6.6
  • Pearce, T. Matt--13.6
  • Pearl, Marian ( Contemporary Issues)--6.6
  • Pearson, Norman Holmes (Yale University)--6.6
  • Pednaud, Emma--6.6
  • Pendulum (The Editors)--6.6
  • Percikow, Henri--6.6
  • Perkins, Michael--6.6
  • Perkoff, Si-6.6
  • Perret, Christopher--6.6
  • Perry, Margaret (Edwards Brothers, Inc.)--6.6
  • Persky, Stan (Open Space Press)--6.6
  • Peters, Robert L. ( Neo: A Quarterly of Prose and Poetry)--6.6
  • Peterson, Robert ( Contact)--6.6
  • Pettinella, Dora M.--6.6
  • Pfeiffer, Eric ( Compass Review)--6.6, 8.2
  • Phelan, Michael (American Amateur Press Association; The Bond)--6.6
  • Phillips, Mary (Peace Democracy Commission)--6.6
  • Phillips, Robert ( Syracuse 10)--6.6
  • Phillips, Wayne ( The Little Magazines; Sibylline)--6.6
  • Philpott, Wayne (Border Press)--6.6
  • Phylon (The Editors)--8.5
  • Pillin, William ( Polia)--6.6, 13.6
  • Planz, Allen--6.7
  • Plummer, Honey Briggs--6.7
  • Podell, Albert M. ( Chicago Review)--6.7
  • Poder, John ( Literature)--6.7
  • Poe, Amos--13.6
  • Poems and Pictures (The Editors)--6.7
  • Poetry (The Editors)--6.7
  • Poetry Book Magazine (The Editors)--13.6
  • Poetry Collector (The Editors)--6.7
  • Poetry New York (The Editors)--6.7
  • Poetry Northwest (The Editors)--6.7
  • Poets Publication Bureau--14.4
  • Poker, Nathan--6.7
  • Poland, Robert--6.7
  • Polk, Grace Porterfield ( Polk-a-Dots)--6.7
  • Pollak, Felix A.--6.7
  • Pool, Rosey E.--6.7, 8.5
  • Poots, Tom--6.7
  • Pope, Joseph R. (Eastern News Company)--6.7
  • Porter, Bern (Bern Porter Books)--6.7
  • Posegate, Mabel--13.6
  • Postell, Thomas--6.7
  • Pound, John (St. Michael's High School)--8.2
  • Powell, Clarence Alva--6.7, 13.6
  • Powell, Lawrence Clark (University of California. School of Library Science. The University Library)--6.7
  • Prather, Louise W.--6.7
  • Pratt, Lawrence--6.7
  • Prausmitz, Walther G.--6.7 (Concordia College. Minnesota), 8.1 ( Discourse)
  • Prieto, Mariana--6.7
  • Proof, Inc.--13.6
  • Pross, Paul E.--6.7
  • Provence, Frances (Mrs. Harry) (Ex-Students Association Baylor University)--6.7
  • The Provincetown Review (The Editors)--6.7
  • Pustarfi, Betty A.--6.7
  • Quagliano, John (University of Notre Dame Press)--6.8
  • Quihillalt, M. E. ( Sapien)--8.2
  • Quinn, Boyce ( Reflections)--6.8
  • Quinn, Kerlerr--8.5
  • Qumtara, Frank M. (Veterans Administration)--15.3
  • Rackham, John ( Inland)--6.8
  • Raffelock, David (National Writer's Club)--6.8
  • Ragó, Henry ( Poetry)--6.8
  • Rainer, Dachine ( Retort)--6.8
  • Rains, Wilson ( The Carolina Quarterly)--6.8
  • Raley, Loker ( Bluestone)--6.8
  • Randall, Virginia D.--6.8
  • Raney, Lee--13.6
  • Ratcliff, Eve ( Ore)--6.8
  • Ratcliff, K. ( Artesian)--6.8
  • Ray, Randolph J.--6.8
  • Raymer, Lester--6.8
  • Raymund, Bernard (“Doc”)--6.8, 13.6
  • Rebert, M. Charles--6.8
  • Reddell, Bill (Express Publishing Company)--14.6
  • Rees, George N.--6.8
  • Reeve, Agnes M. (The Oldest Writer's Service)--6.8
  • Regan, Robert C. ( The Centenary Review)--6.8
  • Reice, Beverly ( Evergreen Review)--6.8
  • Reid, Mildred J.--6.8
  • Rexroth, Kenneth, 1905- --6.8
  • Reyes, Carlos ( Potpourri)--6.8
  • Reynolds, Charles (Taos Artist's Associations)--8.7
  • Reynolds, Charles H. (Reynolds Gallery)--6.8
  • Richards, Benjamin B. ( The Step Ladder)--6.8
  • Richards, John Alan (Mrs.)--6.8
  • Richmond, Steve ( Earth)--6.8
  • Ridge, G. R. (Georgia State College)--6.8
  • Riley, Paul ( Scribe)--6.8
  • Riley, Sherry ( Adept)--6.8
  • Rippy, Frances Mayhew ( Forum)--6.8
  • Ristan, H.--6.8
  • Rivera, William ( Carolina Quarterly)--6.8
  • Rizley, Ross (Post Office Department. Office of the Solicitor)--14.5
  • Roberts, F. Warren. (University of Texas at Austin. Humanities Research Center)--6.8
  • Roberts, Pauline--6.8
  • Robertson, Albert J. (Post Office Department. Assistant Postmaster General)--14.5
  • Robinson, Adele de la Barre ( Folio)--14.6
  • Robinson, Barbara--6.8
  • Robinson, Jack--6.8
  • Robinson, Lee--13.6
  • Roddewig, Lou--6.8
  • Rogaway, Marjorie--6.8, 8.6
  • Rogaway, Rog--6.8
  • Rogers, D. ( Resistance)--6.8
  • Roiderer, Richard--6.8
  • Roman, Jim (Roman Books)--6.8
  • Romero, Celestino (Kiwanis Club of Taos)--5.2
  • Romero, Joe (United States House of Representatives)--14.6
  • Romero, P. B. (Taos County Board of Education)--7.3
  • Romney, B. ( Poetry Broadside)--6.8
  • Roseliep, Raymund--6.8
  • Rosenbaum, Jean B. ( The American Poet; Outcast)--6.8
  • Rosenberg, James L.--6.8
  • Roskolenko, Harry--6.8
  • Ross, Grace ( Quicksilver)--6.8, 8.1, 8.3, 8.6
  • Rothbard, Lorraine ( Diameter)--6.8, 8.5
  • Rowen, D.--6.8
  • Roy, Betty (Taos Artists Association, Inc.)--6.8
  • Roy, K. ( Visva-Bharati Quarterly, India)--7.4
  • Rubenstein, Richard ( Gryphon; Inferno; Neurotica)--6.8, 13.6
  • Ruff, David--6.8
  • Russ, Elmo--6.8
  • Russell, Anna (University of Buffalo Library)--6.8
  • Russell, David (Southern Methodist University; The Poetry Society of Texas)--6.8
  • Russell, Gertrude--6.8, 8.6
  • Russell, Lily M. (Baylor University)--6.8
  • Russell, Paul ( The Nation)--14.6
  • Ryan, Helen Chandler (University of New Mexico. The Harwood Foundation)--6.8
  • Ryan, Iney S. (Mrs.)--6.8
  • Ryan, John Alley--6.8
  • Ryden-Smith, Roland ( Experiment)--6.8
  • Ryp, Ellen S. (The Macmillan Company)--6.8
  • Sachs, David--6.9
  • Saifer, Albert (American Antiquarian Booksellers)--6.9
  • St. Paul Book and Stationery Company--13.6
  • Salmagundi (The Editors)--6.9
  • Salmansohn, Peter ( Input)--6.9
  • Saltmarch, William (Lakedale Telephone Company)--6.9, 14.6
  • Sankey, John (Villiers Publications; The Window)--6.9
  • Santistevan, Floyd (New Mexico State Senate, Senator)--14.6
  • Sapp, Kitt G.--6.9
  • Saroyan, Aram--8.5
  • Saunders, Thel (Saunders and Davis)--6.9
  • Savage, Derek ( The Phoenix)--6.9
  • Savage, Elizabeth--13.6
  • Savage, Sam ( Reflections)--6.9
  • Savoy, Dave ( Scribe)--6.9
  • Schaefer, Rockwell B.--6.9
  • Schaffer, Alan--6.9
  • Schaftel, George (Poets of America)--6.9
  • Schatzp, Gerald--6.9
  • Schaumann, Herbert ( Palinurus)--6.9
  • Scheiwiller, Vanni--6.9
  • Schevill, James ( Berkeley: A Journal)--6.9, 13.6
  • Schmuller, Aaron ( Treblinka Grass)--6.9
  • Schoeberlein, Marion (Fawnlight Magazine)--6.9, 13.6
  • Schow, John ( Inland)--6.9
  • Schubert, Rose [for Janheinz Jahn] ( Black Orpheus)--8.5
  • Schuyler, Philip L.--13.6
  • Schwartz, Eddie (Ad Art Advertising Company)--6.9
  • Schwartz, Horace--6.9
  • Schworín, Jules--6.9
  • Scott, J. W.--6.9
  • Scott, Winfield--6.9
  • Scouffas, George ( Accent)--6.9, 8.5
  • Scouffas, Roberta ( Accent)--6.9
  • Searge, Allan--6.9
  • Sears, Paul M. ( New Mexico Quarterly)--6.9
  • Senn, Flosse P.--6.9
  • Senseney, William--6.9
  • Sentman, George (Dell Books)--8.7
  • Shahan, J. T. (“Happy”)--6.9
  • Shapiro, Karl, 1913- ( Poetry; Prairie Schooner)--6.9
  • Shapiro, Sidney--6.9
  • Shaw, Elmer--6.9
  • Shaw, O'Wendell ( The Negro Writers; Short Story Syndicate)--6.9
  • Sheed, Wilfrid--14.6
  • Sheets, J.--6.9
  • Shekerjian, Regina--13.6
  • Sheldon, Walt--6.9
  • Shepherd, Wilson ( Old Homestead Press)--6.9
  • Sherdeman, Stephanly [for Karl Shapiro] ( Prairie Schooner)--6.9
  • Sheridan, Fran--6.9
  • Sheridan, Roy L. (Post Office Department. Bureau of Operations)--14.5
  • Sherover, Max (Linguaphone Institute)--6.9
  • Sherwin, Sally (Timothy Leary Defense Fund)--6.9
  • Shoemaker, Peter--6.9
  • Shore, Mary (New England Chapter of Artists Equality)--6.9
  • Shull, Sallie J.--13.6
  • Signet (The Editors)--8.1
  • Silvey, E. W. (Kable News Company)--6.9
  • Simpson, Audrey--6.9, 13.6
  • Singer, Felix--6.9
  • Singer, James ( Emergent; Hennypenny Press)--6.9
  • Singer, Virginia ( Syndrome)--6.9
  • Sixies, John B.--14.3, 14.6
  • Sloan, Aaron--13.6
  • Smirl, Warren G.--6.9
  • Smith, D. Vincent ( The Human Voice Quarterly; Olivant House Publishers)--7.2
  • Smith, Earl (Mrs.)--13.6
  • Smith, Helen C.--13.6
  • Smith, Jason ( Extantis)--7.1
  • Smith, John E. (University of California, Los Angeles. The University Library)--13.6
  • Smith, Lois--7.1
  • Smith, Marcus ( Choice)--7.1
  • Smith, Raymond D. ( Shenandoah)--7.1
  • Smith, Shirley--7.1
  • Smith, W. J.--7.1
  • Snipes, Cecilia Griffey ( Quartet)--7.1
  • Snyder, Donald C.--7.1
  • Snyder, Emily--7.1
  • Sohmers, Harriet ( Provincetown Review)--7.1
  • Solomon, Hyde--7.1
  • Sorrentino, Gilbert, 1929- ( Neon)--7.1
  • Sorzano, Margo--7.1
  • Soucks, Jean--7.1
  • Souster, Ray ( Contact)--7.1
  • Spacks, Barry ( Folio)--7.1
  • Spangler, W. D. (United States Post Office)--14.5
  • Spatchill, Louise E.--13.6
  • Spearman, Doris Warren ( The Angels)--7.1
  • Speeder, Gerald--7.1
  • Spellman, A. B.--7.1
  • Springer, Elinor--7.1
  • Squires, Coleman D. ( Manhattan Poetry Parade)--7.1
  • Stacy, Merrill E. (The New Mexican)--7.1
  • Stafford, William (Lewis and Clark College. English Department)--7.1
  • Stamps, William M. (“Pete”)--7.1
  • Stanley, Keith--7.1
  • Starbuck, G. ( Chicago Review)--7.1
  • Stefanili, Felix N. ( The Sparrow Magazine)--7.1
  • Stegmann, Marvin (New American Library. New World Writing)--7.1
  • Stephen, R. (Offset Reproductions, Inc.)--7.1
  • Stephens, D. H. (Chief of Postal Inspection)--14.5
  • Stephens, Genevieve--7.1
  • Stephens, Pauline Francis ( Pegasus)--7.1
  • Stern, Jack (The Central Lithograph Company)--7.1
  • Sternbergs, Judy T. ( The American Showcase Quarterly)--8.1
  • Stevens, A. Wilber ( Interim)--7.1
  • Stevens, C. J. (WLSU-Baton Rouge)--13.6
  • Stewart, James--7.1
  • Stewart, Jess E.--7.1
  • Stocking, Marion ( The Beloit Poetry Journal)--7.1
  • Stone Cup (The Editors)--7.1
  • Stone, Walter ( Accent)--7.1
  • Stover, Elizabeth M. ( Southwest Review)--7.1
  • Strong, R. S. (United States Post Office)--14.5
  • Stuart, Lyle ( The Independent)--7.1, 14.6
  • Sulzberger, Marion B.--7.1
  • Summerville, Bruce (Bruce's Books)--7.1
  • Sumner, Mark (Assistant Postmaster, Asheville, NC)--14.3
  • Sutera, Marie J. ( The Oracle)--7.1
  • Suwa, Yu--7.1
  • Swain, Robert--7.1
  • Swallow, Alan, 1915-1966--7.1
  • Swanson, Judas--7.1
  • Swanson, Roy Arthur ( The Minnesota Review)--7.1
  • Sward, Robert--7.1
  • Symmes, Robert ( Experimental Review)--7.1
  • Tambimuttu ( Poetry London-New York)--7.3
  • Tammer, David--7.3
  • Tatum, Marvin--7.3
  • Taylor, Jay Laurence--7.3
  • Taylor, K. P. A.--7.3, 13.6
  • Taylor, William E. ( Florida Education; Stetson University)--7.3
  • Tax, Ervin (Decker Press)--13.6
  • Tead, Ordway ( Briarcliff Quarterly)--7.3
  • Tedlock, E. W. (University of New Mexico. English Language and Literature)--7.3
  • Tell, P. W. ( Writers' Journal)--13.6
  • Texas Quarterly (The Editors)--7.3
  • Thomas, Carol P. ( The Grecourt Review)--7.3
  • Thomas, Gregory--7.3
  • Thomas, Lorenzo ( Lost World)--7.3
  • Thompson, Tracy--7.3
  • Thomsen, Virginia Jacques--7.3
  • Thorne, Evelyn ( Epos)--7.3, 8.5
  • Tibbs, Ben--7.3
  • Tillson, William ( Poet and Critic)--7.3
  • Tirana, Rosamund--7.3
  • Tobin, Thomas L. (J. B. Lippincott Company)--7.3
  • Tolbert, Mildred [married to Judson Crews]--7.3
  • Tolman, Edward ( Prospect)--7.3
  • Torgersen, Don Arthur ( Catalyst)--7.3
  • Trace (The Editor)--14.6
  • The Trailsman (The Editors)--7.3
  • Triefenbach, Louis W.--7.3
  • Trust, Estelle ( Literary Calendar)--7.3
  • Tucker, Harvey ( Black Sun)--7.3
  • Tucker, Nell--13.6
  • Tullos, Will ( Epos)--7.3
  • Turkat, Judah M.--13.6
  • Turnbull, Gael--7.3
  • Turner, Anne ( New Broom)--7.3
  • Ulrich's Periodical Directory--13.6
  • Ungar, H. ( American Aphrodite)--7.4
  • University of California, Los Angeles. The University Library--2.5, 13.6
  • Untermeyer, Louis, 1885-1977--7.4
  • Vail, Sindbad ( Points, Paris)--7.4
  • Valley Ranch--13.6
  • Valliant, George (Valliant Printing Company)--15.3
  • Van Duren, Mona ( Perspective)--7.4
  • Van Gelie, Henk--7.4
  • Van Horn, Charl (Omnibus Studio Enterprises)--7.4
  • Van Patten, Nathan (Stanford University)--7.4
  • Van Sickle, M. M.--7.4
  • Van Sickle, T. Earl (Super-Exchange)--13.6
  • Vanson, Frederic ( Poetry; Midlands)--7.4
  • Vaughan, Robert ( Element)--7.4
  • Vaughan, Thomas--7.4
  • Venture Publications, Inc.--7.4
  • Ver Duft, Lee ( Gryphon)--7.4
  • Vespers (The Editors)--7.4
  • Views (The Editors)--7.4
  • Vining, Kay--8.7
  • Vogel, H. (Quadri-Color Press)--7.4
  • Voigt, Ronald--7.4 ( Lili; The Poetry Collector; Wwhimsy), 14.6 (American Poetry Publisher)
  • Vosper, Robert--7.4 (University of Kansas), 13.6 (University of California, Los Angeles. Assistant Librarian)
  • Vrbovska, Anca ( New Orlando Publications)--7.4, 8.1
  • Wade, David--7.5
  • Wade, James ( The Stylus)--7.5
  • Wade, John Stevens ( Dimension)--7.5
  • Wade, Seth (Pan American College)--7.5
  • Wagenseil, Kurt--7.5
  • Wah, Fred ( Sum)--7.5
  • Waite, Jay ( Gale)--7.5, 13.6
  • Waite, Polly--7.5
  • Walker, Don D. ( The Western Humanities Review)--7.5
  • Walker, Dorothea--7.5
  • Walker, Edwin S.--13.6
  • Walker, Joe--7.5
  • Walker, Sadie M. (American Amateur Press Association)--7.5
  • Wall, Patrick--7.5
  • Walsh, Peter--7.5
  • Walters, E. E. (R. P. W. Company)--7.5
  • Wang, David Rafael--7.5
  • Warburton, Herbert B. (Post Office Department. Office of the General Counsel)--14.3
  • Ward, Vernon--7.5
  • Warren, Alan--7.5
  • Warren, James E.--7.5
  • Wassall, Irma (Poetry Society of Kansas)--7.5, 13.6
  • Waterman, Charles K.--7.5
  • Waterman, Priscilla ( Albatross)--7.5
  • Watkins, Ben Porter--7.5
  • Watkins, Lavinia Adele ( The Poetry Hour)--13.6
  • Wax, B. (Postal Envelope Company, Inc.)--7.5
  • Weaver, Edith--13.6
  • Webb, Jon Edgar ( The Outsider; Loujon Press)--7.5, 8.3
  • Wees, Ian C. (National Library of Canada, Ottawa)--7.5
  • Wehrly, Bernadette V.--7.5
  • Weil, Jim (The Elizabeth Press)--7.5, 8.5
  • Weinberger, Tony--7.5
  • Weingarden, Ann L. (Dell Publication Company)--7.5
  • Weisbird, Mel ( Coastline)--2.4
  • Weiss, Carol ( Also)--7.5
  • Weiss, T. ( Quarterly Review of Literature)--7.5
  • Welch, Paul E. ( Line)--7.5
  • Weltzin, J. Frederick (University of Idaho)--7.5
  • Weniger, Del and Nell--7.5
  • Wessekemp, M. G. (Modern Book Shop)--7.5
  • West, Austin--7.5
  • West, Ray B. (Angel Island Publications)--7.5
  • Westerfield, Butler (Veterans Administration)--15.3
  • Weynon, Drew ( Wild Dog Press)--7.5
  • Wharton, Jean--7.5
  • Whisnant, Charleen ( Red Clay Reader)--7.5
  • White, Bob (Short Run Service)--7.5
  • White, Donald W.--13.6
  • White, Emil ( The Big Sur Guide)--7.5
  • White, Grace--7.5
  • White, M.--7.5
  • White, Nora Nevada--7.5
  • White, Robin ( Per Se)--7.5
  • Whitebird, Joannie--3.4
  • Whitman, Harold A.--7.6
  • Whitney, J. D. ( It)--7.6
  • Wieners, John ( Measure)--7.6
  • Wiening, Arthur--7.6
  • Wilcock, John W.--7.6
  • Wilder, Calvin L. ( Sibylline)--7.6, 8.5
  • Wiley, Charles G.--13.6
  • Williams, Carl (Turner Printing Machinery, Inc.)--7.6
  • Williams, George Rae--13.6
  • Williams, H. E. (Williams Office Machine Company)--7.6
  • Williams, John ( Matrix)--7.6
  • Williams, Jonathan (Jargon Publishing Company)--7.6
  • Williams, Leonard ( Aperçu Press)--7.6
  • Williams, Loring ( American Weave)--7.6
  • Williams, Oscar Emmett--7.6
  • Williams, Sharon ( Nimrod)--7.6
  • Williams, Virginia C.--13.6
  • Williams, William Carlos, 1883-1963--7.6, 13.6
  • Willis, C. P. (Veterans Administration)--15.3
  • Wilson, Edwin H. (The American Humanist Association)--14.6
  • Wilson, Grace B.--13.6
  • Wilson, Keith--7.6
  • Wilson, William ( Bard Review)--7.6
  • The Window (The Editors)--13.6
  • Winslow, Kathryn Mecham--7.6
  • Winslow, Walker--7.6
  • Wittenborn, G. (Mrs.) ( Transformation)--7.6
  • Wolf, Michael--7.6
  • Wolfe, L. G. (Freedom Press)--7.6
  • Wolff, George A. ( Compass Review)--7.6, 8.1, 8.5
  • Wolff, Kurt H.--7.6
  • Wood, Clement--7.6
  • Wood, William Irving--7.6
  • Woodfin, Henry A.--13.6
  • Woodford, Bruce ( Quartet)--7.6
  • Woodman, George G.--7.6
  • Woodroofe, Kenneth (Visva-Bharati University)--7.6
  • Woods, Frederick ( Platform)--7.6
  • Woods, Helen Gee (Idaho Poets and Writers Guild)--7.6
  • Woods, Lucia C. (Chia and Associates)--7.6
  • Woodson, Mortimer--15.3
  • Wormhondt, Sarah--7.6, 13.6
  • Worth, Jac--7.6
  • Wright, Dave--7.6
  • Wright, Elizabeth ( Poetry)--7.6
  • Wright, Muriel ( Upsurge)--7.6
  • Wright, Shirley--7.6
  • Wulf, Melvin L. (American Civil Liberties Union)--14.6
  • Wynn, Dudley ( The New Mexico Quarterly Review)--7.6
  • Yates, Sanford--7.7
  • Yerrington, Betty--8.7
  • Yorke, Betty ( The Carolina Quarterly)--8.1, 8.5
  • Young, George--7.7
  • Young, Lafayette (The Book Center)--7.7
  • Young, Margaret ( Rough Weather)--7.7, 8.7
  • Zahn, Curtis--7.7
  • Zarchin, Simone (Twice a Year Press)--13.6
  • Zavatsky, William ( New Frontiers)--7.7
  • Zimpel, Lloyd ( Minnesota Quarterly)--7.7
  • Zorn, Ray H. (Ray H. Zorn Books and Music)--7.7
  • Zucker, Hal (Seven Sisters Press)--7.7
  • Zucker, Morris (Eastern News Distributors, Inc.)--7.7
  • Zukofsky, Louis, 1904-1978--7.7
  • Zusiner, M. B.--13.6
  • Zwicky, Laurie (University of Houston. English Department)--7.7

Series Descriptions

 

Series I. Correspondence, 1935-1981
(7.5 boxes)

This series consists of correspondence from Crews' friends, colleagues, and editors of numerous little magazines and poetry anthologies. There is also an extensive correspondence with subscribers to his publications and customers of his book store and mail order service, the Motive Book Shop. This series is divided into Crews' correspondence, outgoing and incoming, and a group of correspondence received by others. The incoming correspondence is arranged alphabetically; individuals for whom there is more extensive material have separate folders. There is a chronological group of Crews' outgoing correspondence (1963-1981) which includes copies of letters to numerous editors and colleagues. These are the most recent letters among the papers and reflect his editorial and personal relationships with Carol Bergé and Joannie Whitebird.
There is one folder each of correspondence from Robert Creeley and Henry Miller, as well as persons known to the community of little magazines such as Wendell B. Anderson, Kenneth Lawrence Beaudoin, and Oscar Collier. Other well-known writers such as Imamu Amiri Baraka (aka LeRoi Jones), Robert Bly, Charles Bukowski, Langston Hughes, Anaïs Nin, Kenneth Patchen, and William Carlos Williams are represented here. The correspondence with Henry Miller and Anaïs Nin concerns business matters rather than any literary influence or mentorship. Other correspondence, especially that with Beaudoin, Creeley, and Patchen, is of a more personal and critical nature, and includes discussion of poetics and careers.
Some of the general correspondence reflects Crews' interest in numerous causes, such as obscenity and censorship, freedom of sexual expression, and women's reproductive issues including abortion, contraception, and forced sterilization. The correspondence also documents the degree to which Crews was involved in the dissemination and advocacy of avant-garde poetry through little magazines as well as the degree to which he helped push the limits and merits of what was, in the 1950s and 1960s, considered pornographic material. Censorship of literary works such as those by James Joyce, D. H. Lawrence, and Henry Miller was a crucial issue to the avant-garde, Beat, and other regional and literary movements in the United States. Crews, as a friend and advocate of Henry Miller, continued to sell the works of Miller and others after they were banned.
There is also a subseries of correspondence received by others, 1947-1966, which includes that of his wife, Mildred Tolbert, and of his friend and colleague Wendell B. Anderson. There is one folder of correspondence received by Scott Greer almost entirely from James Franklin Lewis, co-editor of Crescendo, 1941-1944. Also found here are two folders addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Trumbull Drachler and Cerise Farallon, two of Crews' pseudonyms. “Cerise Farallon” is, in fact, a pen name for “Mrs. Trumbull Drachler” whose maiden name is “Lena Johnston.” Some of this correspondence documents these fictional identities, such as a wedding invitation, and letters from editors and publishers. Also found here is correspondence to Mason Jordan Mason. Crews appears as Mason's editor, publisher, and liaison to other publishers and colleagues in this correspondence.
Crews, Judson, 1935-1981
Outgoing, 1963-1981
box folder
1 1 1963-1965
2 1978-1979
3 1980-1981
Incoming, 1935-1981
box folder
1 4 A
5-7 Anderson, Wendell B., 1947-1963
box folder
2 1 Anderson, Wendell B., 1964-1965
2 Ba-Bj
3 Beaudoin, Kenneth Lawrence, 1947-1963
4 Bl-By
5 Ca-Cof
6 Cog-Cra
7 Collier, Oscar, 1948-1965
box folder
3 1 Creeley Robert, 1950-1965
2 Crews Family (Anna Bush, Carole, Judson, Eve, Jack, Leila Mai, Tom, Mrs. N. G. Crews)
3 Cro-Cy
4 D
5 Dickson, E. Pratt, 1951-1963, nd
6 Drennan, Joe Wheeler, 1950-1958
7 E
8 Fa-Fox
9 Fra-Fu
box folder
4 1 G
2 Greer, Scott, 1944-1954
3 Griffith, E. V., 1950-1960, nd
4 H-Hey
5 Harper, Carol Ely, 1944-1965, nd
6 Hi-Hux
7 Hill, Hyacinthe, 1951-1962
8 I
box folder
5 1 J
2 K
3 L-Lish
4 Lisle-Ly
5 M-Malanga
6 Malone, Marvin
7 Malone, Ted-Maz
8 Med-Myers
box folder
6 1 Miller, Henry, 1948-1959, nd
2 Morang, Alfred, 1956-1957, nd
3 Moray, Joseph and Sylvi, 1948-1957, nd
4 N
5 O
6 P-Pi
7 Pl-Pu
8 Q-R
9 S-Smirl
box folder
7 1 Smith-Sy
2 Smith, D. Vincent, 1953-1966
3 T
4 U-V
5 W-White
6 Whitman-Wy
7 Y-Z
8 Unidentified
Correspondence Received By Others, 1941-1966
box folder
8 1 Anderson, Wendell B., 1951-1966
2 Drachler, Trumbull and Lena (née Johnston) [pseudonyms of Judson Crews], 1948-1966, nd
3 Farallon, Cerise, [pen name of Lena Drachler and pseudonym of Judson Crews], 1948-1966
4 Greer, Scott, 1941-1943
5 Mason, Mason Jordan, 1947-1965
6 Tolbert, Mildred, 1948-1964, nd
7 Miscellaneous, A-Z



 

Series II. Works, 1946-1978
(2 boxes)

Manuscripts for Crews' poems spanning 1946-1965 are present as are poems published in individual chapbooks. These works are arranged alphabetically by title, except for individual poetry manuscripts which can be found at the end of the series. The individual poems have been left in Crews' original order, which may represent a gathering intended for a published collection of his poetry. The manuscripts are annotated with revisions, printer's marks, and often the date and place of publication. Many are signed by Crews. Each is also numbered in at least two places on the page. The meaning of this numbering system is not known, but may be related to specific magazine issues.
The manuscript for “The Iron Crucible,” from which Crews selected poems for an early privately-printed chapbook, No Is the Night (1949), is present. Two other poetry manuscripts, “Sudden Encounter” (nd) and “The Unnecessary Serpent” (nd), are found here, signed and/or annotated by Crews. One folder includes poems written under three of Crews' pseudonyms (Trumbull Drachler, Willard Emory Betis, and Cerise Farallon).
Also found in this series are numerous early non-poetry works. These include two unpublished novels, “Vengeance Ho: A Story of Adventure in the Old West” (nd), and “Rape of the Innocent...Rape of the [Damned]” (1959-1960). A separate manuscript, “The Curse of Ham,” appears to be a version of Chapter II of “Rape of the Innocent...Rape of the [Damned].” Essays such as “The Past Decade of the New Poetry” and drafts of essays on the topics of contraception, sterilization, obscenity, and censorship are also among the papers in this series. A notebook titled “Documents” (nd) is in the form of a literary scrapbook with annotations. There is also one folder of book reviews of poetry, fiction, and non-fiction titles. Accompanying these works is correspondence concerning censorship and editorial problems with the potential publication of the novel “Rape of the Innocent...Rape of the [Damned].” This series also includes a diary kept in 1974 by Crews during his tenure at the University of Zambia in Lusaka, Africa.
box folder
8 8 Book Reviews, nd
9 “The Curse of Ham” [chapter from novel, nd]
10 “The Iron Crucible” [poems, nd]
11 “Lusaka, Zambia, 1974” [diary]
12 Nolo Contendere (1978)
Notebooks, nd
box folder
8 13 “Documents,” nd
box folder
9 1 “The Past Decade of the New Poetry” [essay, ca. 1940]
2 Essays on contraception and sterilization, nd
3 Essays on Obscenity and Censorship, nd
“Rape of the Innocent...Rape of the [Damned]” [novel, 1959-1960]
box folder
9 4-5 3rd revision
6 Correspondence, 1960-1961
7 Correspondence with Fridtjof-Karla Publications, 1959
8 Miscellaneous notes, nd
9 “Sudden Encounter” [poems, nd]
10 “The Unnecessary Serpent” [poems, nd]
11 “Vengeance Ho: A Story of Adventure in the Old West” [novel, nd; co-author H. L. Cranfill]
box folder
10 1-6 Miscellaneous poetry, 1946-1965
7 Miscellaneous notes, nd
8 Miscellaneous pseudonymous works by Willard Emory Betis, Trumbull Drachler, Cerise Farallon



 

Series III. Works by Others, 1945-1966
(2 boxes)

Because Crews collected manuscripts by friends for possible publication, numerous manuscripts by Wendell B. Anderson, Scott Greer, Norman Macleod, Mason Jordan Mason, and Robert Rivera are present. These manuscripts are arranged alphabetically by author. Among these works are five folders of poetry by Wendell B. Anderson, which include a dozen chapbooks and two essays, arranged alphabetically by title, and one folder of poems by Anderson. There is one folder each of miscellaneous poems by Robert Rivera and Scott Greer, editor of Gale. Also present is a manuscript of Norman Macleod's “The Whaling Christ and other Poems.”
Mason Jordan Mason's poetry in this collection is typed and numbered in a method similar to that used by Crews for his own poems. The manuscript for Mason's chapbook, The Mules that Angels Ride, is also among Crews' papers. Mason became known as an “American Negro writer” during the 1950s and 1960s and was published, anthologized, and hailed by such African American writers as Imamu Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones) and Langston Hughes as an important new voice in African American poetry. Although Crews continues to deny the assertion, it was generally assumed in the literary community to which Crews belonged that Mason was yet another of Crews' cleverly constructed literary personas. Crews reported that he spent part of his teaching sabbatical in Zambia, 1974-1978, searching for Mason and lamented that all traces of the promising poet seemed to have vanished.
One folder of little magazines contains Crews' poetry as well as the poems of many of the aforementioned poets. These publications, spanning 1959-1966, include The Camel's Hump (Keith Wilson, ed.), Golden Gate (Glen Coffield, ed.), Jacaranda, an all Crews edition of Seed #31, Marvin Malone's, Nightshade, and The Desert Review's Penny Poetry Sheet.
A few other manuscripts by numerous writers remain scattered throughout the collection, especially in the Correspondence and Publications Edited series. These writers include Kenneth Lawrence Beaudoin, Carol Bergé and Alfred Morang.
Anderson, Wendell B.
box folder
10 9 “The Awe,” “Big Sur,” “A Blossom Burning Against Time,” “Hart Mountain,” “Hawks Hunger”
box folder
11 1 “Montana,” “Portland: The Hospital 1945-1946,” “Portland Poems”
2 “Rancho 3,” “Rocky Mountain Poems,” and Miscellanous
3 “A Visit with Henry Miller,” and “The Painter and the Poet”
4 Miscellaneous collected poetry
5 Greer, Scott. Miscellaneous poems
6 Macleod, Norman. “The Whaling Christ and other Poems”
7-8 Mason, Mason Jordan. Poetry
box folder
12 1 “The Mules that Angels Ride,” nd
2 Rivera, Robert. Miscellaneous poetry, nd
3-4 Miscellaneous manuscripts, galleys, and offprints
5 Miscellaneous little magazines, 1959-1966



 

Series. IV. Publications Edited, 1940-1965
(1.5 boxes)

This series comprises material from 1940 to 1965 concerning several early magazines with which Crews was associated: The Deer and Dachshund, The Flying Fish, Gale, The Naked Ear, Poetry Taos, Taos: A Deluxe Magazine of the Arts, and Suck Egg Mule: A Recalcitrant Beast, arranged alphabetically by magazine title. These materials are for the most part fragmentary, loosely organized, and contain material for more than one issue. The materials from The Naked Ear are primarily for issues #8 and #9 (ca. 1950), and include paste-ups, photographs, and printer's proofs, as well as submitted manuscripts.
Crews states that he was involved with Jay Waite in the publication of Gale magazine. The files for Gale (about 1 box) are more complete than those for the other magazines. These files also include pasteups, photographs, and printer's proofs as well as manuscripts submitted for publication, correspondence, and a final printed copy of each issue for Volume I, #1-8, 10-12, and Volume II, #1-5 (1949-1950). Among these papers are three folders of correspondence from Gale, alphabetically arranged. Correspondence is found, however, throughout this series.
Also present in the series are two folders of photographs and art works, including drawings, woodcuts, and prints by artists such as Oscar Collier, Luis Herrera Guevara, and Mildred Tolbert. Some of these materials were used in Crews' publications.
box folder
12 6 The Deer and Dachshund; Poetry Taos; Taos: A Deluxe Magazine of the Arts, 1957, nd
7 Flying Fish #4 and Supplement; Naked Ear #8, #9; Suck Egg Mule: A Recalcitrant Beast, 1940-1965
Gale, 1949-1950
box folder
12 8 Volume I #1-3, 1949
box folder
13 1 Volume I #4-6, 1949
2 Volume I #7-8, 10-11, 1949
3 Volume I #12, and Volume II #1-5
Correspondence, 1949-1950
box folder
13 4 A-E
5 F-M
6 N-Z
7 Photographs by Mildred Tolbert and others
box folder
14 1 Miscellaneous art work--drawings, woodcuts, and prints



 

Series V. Censorship Activities, 1945-1966, nd
(1 box)

The Censorship Activities series is arranged alphabetically either by topic or correspondent. Crews' outgoing correspondence comprises one folder of handwritten drafts and carbon copies, 1960-1964, including his “letters to the editor,” as well as letters to individuals representing organizations, local government, and the U. S. Congress. These concern Crews' efforts against literary and artistic censorship on the local and federal levels.
Incoming correspondence includes letters addressed to Trumbull Drachler, one of Crews' pseudonyms, and correspondence from the Henry Miller Literary Society and officials of the U. S. Post Office and Treasury Departments. These letters mainly concern problems with selling books and magazines through the mail, as well as pending hearings and legislation on censorship. Also present are numerous clippings concerning the Miller obscenity trial in 1961, and other articles relating to censorship and banning of literature.
Crews used the nudist and other “pornographic” materials collected here (primarily visual images of women) for collages that he created for the covers of several chapbooks. These materials include brochures, catalogs, and advertisements for nudist colonies, “art” films and books, magazines, and other sexual ephemera. Also represented are advocacy organizations and publications (both for and against censorship) such as the American Library Association's Newsletter on Intellectual Freedom, The Freedom to Read Citizen's Committee Newsletter, the National Office for Decent Literature, the Christian Herald's Family Bookshelf, and Americans for Moral Decency.
box folder
14 2 Outgoing Correspondence, 1960-1964, nd
Incoming Correspondence, 1945-1966, nd
box folder
14 3 Drachler, Trumbull [pseudonym of Judson Crews], 1959-1962, nd
4 Henry Miller Literary Society and Obscenity Trial, 1948-1962
5 U. S. Post Office and Treasury Department, 1945-1965
6 Miscellaneous, 1946-1966
7 Newspaper clippings, 1959-1964
Nudist and pornographic materials
box folder
14 8 Newsletters and brochures
box folder
15 1 Catalogs and advertisements



 

Series VI. Personal Papers, 1935-1966
(3 boxes)

The Personal Papers series consists of Crews' financial and educational records, medical and military records, and related correspondence. The series is arranged alphabetically by format of material or subject. Newspaper clippings, 1944-1966, cover a range of topics. Also included here are copies of “The Horse Fly” (1935-1965) written by Crews' friend, Spud Johnson. “The Horse Fly” began as an independent literary newspaper and became a section of a local New Mexico daily newspaper, El Crespusculo. Copies of “The Horse Fly” are housed in oversize folders, as are many large posters and flyers of literary and art show openings and events received by crews in the 1960s.
The series also contains a collection of newsletters and pamphlets from the many political and literary organizations in which Crews was interested, helped organize, or of which he was a member, including Alternative (1949), the Dorian Book Service Review, the War Resisters' League Newsletter, the Society for Non-Violence Against Nuclear Weapons, and the Society of Separationists (Madalyn Murray O'Hair, president). Also included here are more advertisements and brochures for nudist colonies and other sexually-oriented ephemera.
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15 2 Child's drawing, nd
3 Financial and educational records, 1944-1966
4 Newspaper clippings, 1945-1964
5 Newspaper clippings, 1935-1965--"The Horse Fly” and miscellaneous
6 Posters and brochures for art galleries and literary events
7-8 Miscellaneous newsletters--Anti-war, censorship, 1949-1965
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16 1-2 Miscellaneous newsletters--Anti-war, censorship, Nudist, 1946-1965
3-6 Political and literary advertisements and pamphlets, nd
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17 1-2 Political and literary advertisements and pamphlets, nd