Hanuman Books Records (1978-1996, bulk 1986-1994)
Summary Information
Title: Hanuman Books Records
Creator: Hanuman Books
Inclusive dates: 1978-1996
Bulk dates: 1986-1994
Extent: 16 boxes, 16 linear feet
Abstract:
Hanuman Books was founded by Raymond Foye and Francesco Clemente in 1986. The press published small handmade books, primarily of works by contemporary avant-garde writers and rare translations. The administrative and editorial functions were housed in New York's Chelsea Hotel, while printing and binding were done in Madras, India. Through correspondence, invoices, manuscripts, typescripts, artwork, audiotapes, printed ephemera, photographs and books, this collection documents the founding of Hanuman Books, the administration of a small press, Indian printing practices, San Francisco’s North Beach and New York’s Lower East Side art scenes, Beat poetry, the Naropa Institute, contemporary music and film, and gay culture.
Call number: Hanuman
Language: The material is in English.
Repository: University of Michigan Library (Special Collections Library)

Access and Use
Access Restrictions:

The collection is open for research.

Copyright:

Copyright has not been transferred to the Regents of the University of Michigan. Permission to publish must be obtained from the copyright holder(s).

Preferred Citation:

Hanuman Books Records, University of Michigan Library (Special Collections Library)

Collection History
Acquisition Information:

Hanuman Books Records were purchased from Bill Morgan, Morgan & Rosenthal, in 1997.

Processing Information:

Processed by Melissa McCollum, Kathleen Dow, 1998.


Arrangement

The Hanuman Books Records are arranged in six series: Administrative Files (1986-1994), Publication Series (1986-1994), Raymond Foye Files (1978-1996), Mixed Media (1980s-1990s), Photographs (1970s-1990s), and Printed Material (1970s-1994).

Summary Contents/Box Listing

  1. Administrative Files, 1986-1996, Boxes 1-3
  2. Publication Series, 1986-1994, Boxes 3-8
  3. Raymond Foye Files, 1978-1996, Boxes 8-14
  4. Mixed Media, 1980s-1990s, Box 14
  5. Photographs, 1970s-1990s, Box 14-15
  6. Printed Material, 1970s- 1994, Boxes 15-16


Biography

Raymond Foye and Francesco Clemente founded Hanuman Books in 1986. Small handmade Indian prayer books, collected a year earlier on a trip to India, influenced Hanuman Books’ format and name. The American editor and Italian painter decided to publish a series of small handmade secular books to provide an outlet for contemporary writers, hard to find translations, and “exquisite expressions” of poets and artists. They named the press after Hanuman, the Hindu monkey god of grammar and bravery.

Foye and Clemente chose content after setting a publishing schedule of twelve books a year, six in the spring and six in the fall. Foye tended to emphasize younger American writers, such as Eileen Myles and David Trinidad. Clemente often suggested works in translation, including René Daumal, Henri Michaux, and Francis Picabia. Many of the early titles were published by default, after Foye tried to place titles with other publishers. Hanuman Books also solicited and received stories, poems and essays from well-known writers and visual artists, including John Ashbery, William Burroughs, Willem de Kooning, Allen Ginsberg, and Patti Smith.

Administrative and editorial functions, managed by Foye, took place at the Chelsea Hotel in New York City. Paul Rickert worked closely with Foye from 1989-1993. Clemente, in addition to suggesting books, painted the Hanuman Books logo, contributed money to pay for printing in India, and envisioned the design of the books. Clemente, for example, suggested sending black and white author photographs to be hand tinted, so Indian printers would influence the books.

Hanuman books were printed at C.T. Nachiappan’s Kalakshetra Press in Madras, India. Books were hand-set in Monotype Times Roman on a letter press, and the acid-free pages were sewn together by local fishermen and others. Handmade Indian paper and vegetable dyes enabled colorful covers. Titles stamped in gold and tinted author photographs appear on the dust jackets. All of the books are 3" x 4" inches except for René Ricard’s God with Revolver . A larger format was necessary for Ricard’s unnumbered edition because the smaller bindings cannot hold more than twelve thousand words.

George Scrivani was Kalakshetra editor from 1986-1993. He exchanged corrections, concerns, and galleys with Foye and Rickert via telephone, fax, and mail. Books were shipped by boat from Madras to New York. Indian customs officials and obscenity laws affected the distribution of two books. Cookie Mueller’s Fan Mail , Frank Letters and Crank Calls held up a shipment of twenty thousand books in 1988 because officials objected to a picture of Priapus, a Roman fertility god. Hanuman Books eventually won the obscenity case, and reclaimed all of the books that were not ruined by customs officials. Nachiappan destroyed the first run of Bob Flanagan’s Fuck Journal because anti-obscenity regulations apply to printers in addition to publishers. Foye convinced Nachiappan to print five hundred additional copies, and smuggle them to the United States.

Foye and Rickert shipped Hanuman Books from the Chelsea Hotel to friends, individuals, and stores. Distributors, including Sun and Moon Press in Los Angeles and Small Press Distribution in Berkeley, also sold Hanuman books to bookstores and museums. Most retailers displayed the books near cash registers because of their unique size and sold each book for four or five dollars.

The last Hanuman books were published in 1993. Financial considerations and tensions among principal employees affected the press’ viability.

Biographies of Principal Employees:

Raymond Foye:

The Hanuman Books collection documents Foye’s professional and personal life. He made some distinction between personal and professional relationships in his files and in his editorial decisions at Hanuman Books (he published some friends and politely refused to publish others) but his professional and personal interests, activities, and relationships often overlapped.

Foye was born on January 29, 1957 in Lowell, Massachusetts. As an adolescent, he delivered The Lowell Sun to Jack Kerouac and read many of Kerouac’s books. He told Arts Magazine in 1988, “A City Lights book, a Grove Press book, these were like messages from another world.” Other publishing influences include Harry Crosby’s Black Sun Press, Robert Creeley’s Divers Press, John Martin’s Black Sparrow Press, the small presses of Claude Pelieu and Mary Beach, Ed Sanders, and Harry Brown, and magazines like Michael McClure’s Moby 2 Arc 1 and Wallace Berman’s Semina .

Foye studied painting and filmmaking at the Philadelphia College of Art and the San Francisco Art Institute. In 1978, he met Lawrence Ferlinghetti at a cafe in San Francisco’s North Beach, and accepted an opportunity to work at City Lights Books. Foye edited The Unknown Poe , worked on books with Allen Ginsberg and Gregory Corso, and co-produced several important poetry readings during his three years at City Lights Books.

Foye moved to New York in 1980. He edited Bob Kaufman’s Ancient Rain for New Directions and John Wieners’ poetry for Black Sparrow Press. At Petersberg Press, he served as the Press' liaison with painters and artists, among them David Hockney, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, and Robert Motherwell. Henry Geldzahler introduced Foye to Francesco Clemente, and Foye proposed that Clemente contribute art work for an illustrated book. Foye’s and Clemente’s first collaboration produced The Departure of the Argonaut , as well as a willingness to work together on future projects. Foye also curated many art exhibits, including Clemente’s Three Worlds at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and a William Burroughs exhibition at Gagosian Gallery in New York City.

Foye was professionally and personally involved with both the North Beach and Lower East Side scenes. Correspondence with contemporary writers and artists, including Allen Ginsberg, Herbert Huncke, James Schuyler, and Anne Waldman, illustrates his ongoing participation in the American literary and art worlds of the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s.

Francesco Clemente:

Clemente was born in Naples, Italy in 1952. He studied architecture in Rome before leaving for a series of voyages to India and Afghanistan in 1973. Clemente’s art work has been exhibited in major retrospectives at the Philadelphia Museum of Art (1990) and the Sezon Museum in Tokyo (1994). Other shows include exhibitions of: paintings at the Ringling Museum in Sarasota, Florida (1985-1987); drawings at the Kunstmuseum, Basel (1987-1988) and Centre Pompidou, Paris (1994); pastels at the National Gallery, Berlin (1984-1985); and prints at the Milwaukee Art Museum, (1988).

At the time of writing, Clemente, his wife Alba, and their four children were dividing their time among New York City, Rome, and Madras, India.

Paul Rickert:

Rickert was a student of John Clellon Holmes at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, and has served as a literary editor to such poets as Allen Ginsberg, Peter Orlovsky, and Gregory Corso. He was a contributing editor to The Portable Lower East Side and BLAST Books. He also assisted musical ethnologist Harry Smith on an edition of American Folk Music . (Biography from Hanuman Books publicity literature)

George Scrivani:

Scrivani is a noted writer, editor, and translator. He has published translations in Greek, Latin, Italian, and German. Scrivani is also a student of Tamil culture and languages. (Biography from Hanuman Books publicity literature)


Collection Scope and Content Note

The Hanuman Books Records include correspondence, invoices, manuscripts, typescripts, books, art work, audio material, printed material, photographs, and other assorted material. The twenty linear feet of records span the years 1978 to 1996, with the bulk of the material falling between 1986 and 1994. Subjects documented in the collection include the founding of Hanuman Books, the administration of a small New York press, Indian printing, twentieth- century publishing, San Francisco’s North Beach and New York’s Lower East Side literary and art scenes, Beat poetry, the Naropa Institute, music, film, gay men in the 1980s and 1990s, and gay male literature. The Records are arranged in six series: Administrative Files (1986-1994), Publication Series (1986-1994), Raymond Foye Files (1978-1996), Mixed Media (1980s-1990s), Photographs (1970s-1990s), and Printed Material (1970s-1994).

Note: The Special Collections Library also holds a complete set of all the titles printed by Hanuman Books. To make these Hanuman Books imprints more accessible, the books were removed from the Records and individually cataloged. A listing of all of the titles follows the Scope and Content Note in the Related Material section.

Separated Material

The Special Collections Library holds a complete set of titles printed by Hanuman Books. In August, 2003, the books were removed from the Records and individually cataloged in order to increase accessibility. All the books removed are listed bellow. Numbered titles of Hanuman Books are arranged in publication order and unnumbered titles are listed at the end.

Hanuman Books imprints in the Special Collections Library:

  1. Books, no. 1-48; unnumbered
    1. Series I (1-6)
      1. Wieners, John, Superficial Estimation
      2. Trinidad, David, November
      3. Myles, Eileen, Bread and Water (2 copies)
      4. Mead, Taylor, Son of Andy Warhol
      5. Picabia, Francis, Who Knows
      6. Michaux, Henri, By Surprise
    2. Series II (7-12)
      1. Gerstler, Amy, Primitive Man
      2. Ashbery, John, The Ice Storm
      3. Huncke, Herbert, Guilty of Everything
      4. Rosenthal, Manuel, Satie, Ravel, Poulenc
      5. Daumal, René, A Fundamental Experiment
      6. Weiners, John, Conjugal Contraries & Quart
    3. Series III (13-18)
      1. Flanagan, Bob, Fuck Journal
      2. De Kooning, Willem, Collected Writings
      3. Mueller, Cookie, Fan Mail, Frank Letters, and Crank Calls
      4. Penna, Sandro, Confused Dream
      5. Katz, Vincent, Cabel of Zealots
      6. Danielou, Alain, Fools of God
    4. Series IV (19-24)
      1. Denby, Edwin, Willem de Kooning
      2. Beckmann, Max, On My Painting
      3. Indiana, Gary, White Trash Boulevard
      4. Genet, Jean, Rembrandt
      5. Trinidad, David, Three Stories
      6. Ginsberg, Allen, Your Reason and Blake’s System
    5. Series V (25-30)
      1. Guénon, René, Oriental Metaphysics
      2. Myles, Eileen, 1969
      3. Corso, Gregory, Mind Field
      4. Daumal, René, The Lie of the Truth
      5. Equi, Elaine, Views Without Rooms
      6. Firbank, Ronald, Firbankiana
    6. Series VI (31-36)
      1. Hockney, David, Picasso
      2. St. Teresa/Simone Weil, On the Lord’s Prayer
      3. Smith, Jack, Historical Treasures
      4. Mueller, Cookie, Garden of Ashes
      5. Houston-Montgomery, Beauregard, Pouf Pieces
      6. Dylan, Bob, Saved! The Gospel Speeches of Bob Dylan
    7. Series VII (37-42)
      1. Hell, Richard, Artifact: Notebooks from Hell 1974-1980
      2. Geldzahler, Henry, Looking at Pictures
      3. Picabia, Francis, Yes No
      4. Creeley, Robert, Autobiography
      5. Bellamy, Dodie, Feminine Hijinx
      6. Kerouac, Jack, Safe in Heaven Dead
    8. Series VIII (43-48)
      1. Darling, Candy, Candy Darling
      2. Zedd, Nick, Bleed Part One
      3. Smith, Patti, Woolgathering
      4. Burroughs, William, Painting and Guns
      5. Hunter, Robert, Idiot’s Delight
      6. Frank, Robert, One Hour
  2. Unnumbered
    1. Kerouac, Jack, Manhattan Sketches
    2. Ricard, René, God with Revolver

Related collections at the University of Michigan’s Special Collections Library include the Anne Waldman Papers and the Alternative Press Archive. Columbia University’s Butler Library and Berkeley’s Bancroft Library also hold related collections.

Subject Terms
    Subjects:
    • American poetry -- 20th century.
    • American prose literature -- 20th century.
    • Artists -- United States -- 20th century.
    • Authors -- United States.
    • Authors and publishers.
    • Beat generation -- United States.
    • Bohemianism -- United States -- 20th century.
    • Chelsea Hotel.
    • City Lights Books.
    • French poetry -- Translations into English.
    • Gay men’s writings, American -- 20th century.
    • Kalakshetra Press.
    • Kaufman, Bob.
    • Naropa Institute.
    • New York (N.Y.) -- Intellectual life -- 20th century.
    • Poets -- United States.
    • Publishers and publishing -- India.
    • Publishers and publishing -- United States.
    • Punk culture -- New York (State) -- New York.
    • Small presses -- United States -- 20th century.
    • Wieners, John, 1934-
    Contributors:
    • Ashbery, John, 1927-
    • Basquiat, Jean-Michel.
    • Biderman, Peg.
    • Bockris, Victor, 1949-
    • Brainard, Joe, 1942-1994.
    • Burroughs, William S., 1914-1997.
    • Chance, John.
    • Chatwin, Bruce, 1940-1989.
    • Clark, Tom, 1941-
    • Clemente, Francesco, 1952-
    • Cooper, Dennis, 1953-
    • Corso, Gregory.
    • Cortez, Diego.
    • Creeley, Robert, 1926-2005.
    • Darling, Candy, 1944-1974.
    • Daumal, Rene, 1908-1944.
    • De Kooning, Willem, 1904-1997.
    • Di Prima, Diane.
    • Dylan, Bob, 1941-
    • Ellingham, Lewis.
    • Ferlinghetti, Lawrence.
    • Foye, Brian.
    • Foye, Raymond, 1957-
    • Geldzahler, Henry.
    • Haring, Keith.
    • Hell, Richard.
    • Hockney, David.
    • Huncke, Herbert.
    • Indiana, Gary.
    • Joans, Ted.
    • Johns, Jasper, 1930-
    • Katz, Alex, 1927-
    • Kaufman, Bob.
    • Kaufman, Eileen Kohl.
    • Kerouac-Parker, F.E.
    • Killian, Kevin.
    • Landes-Levi, Louise.
    • McClure, Michael.
    • Michaux, Henri, 1899-1984.
    • Motherwell, Robert.
    • Mueller, Cookie.
    • Myles, Eileen.
    • Nachiappan, C.T.
    • Nicosia, Gerald.
    • Olson, Kirby, 1956-
    • Padgett, Ron, 1942-
    • Pelieu, Claude.
    • Pettet, Simon.
    • Plymell, Charles.
    • Ricard, Rene, 1946-
    • Rickert, Paul.
    • Salle, David, 1952-
    • Schuyler, James.
    • Scrivani, George.
    • Smith, Harry, 1936-
    • Smith, Patti.
    • Snyder, Gary, 1930-
    • Stipe, Michael, 1960-
    • Taaffe, Philip, 1955-
    • Trinidad, David, 1953-
    • Waldman, Anne, 1945-
    • Wieners, John, 1934-
    • Zedd, Nick.
    Genre Terms:
    • Audiotapes.
    • CD-ROMs.
    • Correspondence.
    • Drafts (documents).
    • Drawings.
    • Invoices.
    • Manuscripts for publication.
    • Phonograph records.
    • Photographs.
    Contents List
       Container / Location    Title
     
    Administrative Files [series]:

    Administrative Files (1986-1994) contain records documenting the management of Hanuman Books and is divided into four subseries. Correspondence is arranged alphabetically and filed at the beginning of the series. C.T. Nachiappan’s and George Scrivani’s correspondence relates to financial, editorial, and printing decisions at Kalakshetra Press in Madras, India. Most correspondents send essays, poetry, or stories, order books, or thank Raymond Foye for free copies of Hanuman books. Frequent correspondents include Louise Landes-Levi and Michael White. Well-known correspondents represented in the Administrative Files include Joe Brainard, Tom Clark, Diane Di Prima, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, and Alex Katz. Some of the richest correspondence, however, is found elsewhere in the collection-- in the Author Files, in the Publications series, or in Foye’s personal correspondence.

    Finances is the second subseries in the Administrative Files. Information regarding incorporation, foreign rights, imports, inventory, royalties, and taxes is available, but business functions are not comprehensively documented. The Printed material subseries provides information about Hanuman Books publicity. Broadsides, catalogs, flyers, mailing list addresses, and press releases illustrate Hanuman Books’ efforts to advertise books and the press. Positive and negative reviews gauge the success of Foye, Clemente, and the authors. The final subseries in the Administrative Files, Topical, consists of files of routine or miscellaneous items. “Faxes, 1990-1991,” for example, is a collection of Hanuman Books faxes arranged chronologically. “Hanuman Books, miscellaneous,” on the other hand, consists of Foye’s unmatched notes and printed material.

     
    Correspondence
    Box   1  
    A-B, collected,  1988-1992
    Box   1  
    Brainard, Joe,  1987
    Box   1  
    C, collected,  1989-1992
    Box   1  
    Christman, David,  1989-1990
    Box   1  
    Clark, Tom,  1987-1993
    Box   1  
    Cohen, Ira,  1981 1990-1991
    Box   1  
    Cooper, Dennis,  1982-1990
    Box   1  
    D, collected,  1988-1992
    Box   1  
    DiPrima, Diane,  1991
    Box   1  
    E-F, collected,  1987-1991
    Box   1  
    Ferlinghetti, Lawrence  1980-1981 1987-1991
    Box   1  
    Foye, Raymond (unidentified correspondents; outgoing), undated,  1990-1991
    Box   1  
    G, collected,  1989-1993
    Box   1  
    H, collected,  1987-1994
    Box   1  
    Hirschman, Jack,  1991-1993
    Box   1  
    Hough, Randy,  1987
    Box   1  
    Iverson, Roderick,  1988
    Box   1  
    J-K, collected,  1987-1994
    Box   1  
    Katz, Alex,  1987 1990
    Box   1  
    Killian, Kevin,  1987-1990
    Box   1  
    L, collected,  1989-1992
    Box   1  
    Landes-Levi, Louise,  1989-1996
    Box   1  
    M-N, collected,  1988-1996
    Box   1  
    Nachiappan, C.T.,  1987-1994
    Box   1  
    O, collected,  undated
    Box   1  
    Oliveira, Nathan,  1992
    Box   1  
    Olson, Kirby,  1989-1990
    Box   1  
    P, collected,  1988-1994
    Box   1  
    Padgett, Ron,  1988
    Box   1  
    Peters, Robert,  1991
    Box   1  
    Plymell, Charles,  1990
    Box   1  
    R, collected,  1988-1994
    Box   1  
    Rattay, David, undated,  1988
    Box   1  
    Rickert, Paul, undated,  1990-1993
    Box   1  
    Rocket, Jimmi,  1988-1989
    Box   1  
    Rosenthal, Irving,  1988-1990
    Box   1  
    Rosenthal, Manuel,  1983 1987
    Box   1  
    S, collected,  1987-1992
    Box   1  
    Scrivani, George, undated,  1986-1993
    Box   1  
    Shattuck, Roger,  1986
    Box   1  
    Solomon, Carl,  1988
    Box   1  
    T, collected,  1988-1994
    Box   1  
    Topp, Mike,  1988-1989
    Box   1  
    Unidentified correspondents, undated,  1988-1992
    Box   1  
    V-W, collected,  1987-1994
    Box   1  
    Walden, Tisa,  1980-1994
    Box   1  
    White, Michael,  1989-1993
    Box   1  
    Yarra, Robert,  1988
     
    Finances
     
    Balance sheets (2 folders)
    Box   1  
     1989-1991
    Box   1  
     1992-1993
    Box   1  
    Business certificates,  1987-1991
    Box   1  
    Business charts,  1987-1991
    Box   1  
    Contracts,  1986-1992
    Box   1  
    Foreign rights,  1991-1992
     
    Imports/receipts (6 folders)
    Box   1  
     1987
    Box   1  
     1988
    Box   1  
     1989
    Box   1  
     1990
    Box   1  
     1991
    Box   1  
     1992-1993
    Box   1  
    Inventory,  1992
     
    Invoices (4 folders)
    Box   1  
     1988
    Box   2  
     1989
    Box   2  
     1990
    Box   2  
     1991-1993
    Box   2  
    Royalties,  1987-1992
    Box   2  
    Taxes,  1993-1994
     
    Printed material
     
    General
    Box   2  
    Author biographies
    Box   2  
    Masters
     
    Media and reviews
    Box   2  
    Book blurbs
    Box   2  
    Press kit
    Box   2  
    Press releases
    Box   2  
    Reviews
     
    Publicity
    Box   2  
    Advertisements
     
    Authors (3 folders)
    Box   2  
    Bellamy, Dodie, William Burroughs, Candy Darling, Bob Dylan, Robert Frank, and Henry Geldzahler
    Box   2  
    Hell, Richard, Beauregard Houston-Montgomery, Robert Hunter, Jack Kerouac, Cookie Mueller, and Francis Picabia
    Box   2  
    Ricard, Rene, St.Teresa/Simone Weil, Jack Smith, Patti Smith, and Nick Zedd
    Box   2  
    Broadsides
    Box   2  
    Catalogs
    Box   2  
    Flyers
     
    Mailing List,  1989-1991 (4 folders)
    Box   2  
    A-E
    Box   2  
    F-L
    Box   2  
    M-S
    Box   2  
    T-Z; Miscellaneous
     
    Topical
    Box   2  
    Brother CE-65 typewriter,  1984
    Box   2  
    Clemente, Francesco
    Box   2  
    College Art Association,  1994
    Box   2  
    DIA Artists’ Books and Publications Symposium,  1989
    Box   2  
    Faxes,  1990-1991
    Box   2  
    General Electric air conditioner
    Box   2  
    Hanuman Books audio cassettee (plans),  1992
    Box   3  
    Hanuman Books, miscellaneous
    Box   3  
    Hanuman Books, out-of-print titles
    Box   3  
    New Writing Foundation,  1991
    Box   3  
    Phone Messages,  1992
    Box   3  
    Website (added to collection by archivist; 11-2-98)
     
    Publication Series [series]:

    The Publication Series (1986-1994) contains several subseries, including Author files, Book covers, Manuscripts/typescripts/galleys, Planned books, and Topical. Author files contain correspondence, biographical information, and writing. Please note that the correspondence of William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, and Herbert Huncke is located with the Raymond Foye Files since Foye’s primary interactions with the authors were unrelated to Hanuman Books. Foye interacted with Burroughs and Ginsberg socially and he helped raise money for Huncke’s living expenses. Researchers should use Author files in conjunction with folders included in the Manuscripts/typescripts/ galleys subseries. The Manuscripts/typescripts/ galleys subseries is arranged by author and contains manuscripts, edited versions of Hanuman Books titles, and corrected galleys.

    Foye and Clemente published fifty books between 1987 and 1993. The Book covers subseries contains selected dust jackets. Planned books consists of a collection of numbered folders with authors’ names. Foye, at one time, intended to publish some of the books after 1993. The Topical subseries contains Foye’s folders about other artists and authors.

     
    Author Files
    Box   3  
    Ashbery, John
    Box   3  
    Beckmann, Max
    Box   3  
    Bellamy, Dodie
    Box   3  
    Burroughs, William
    Box   3  
    Corso, Gregory
    Box   3  
    Creeley, Robert
    Box   3  
    Danielou, Alain
    Box   3  
    Daumal, René
    Box   3  
    De Kooning, Willem
    Box   3  
    Denby, Edwin
    Box   3  
    Dylan, Bob
    Box   3  
    Equi, Elaine
    Box   3  
    Flanagan, Bob
    Box   3  
    Geldzahler, Henry (2 folders)
    Box   3  
    Gerstler, Amy
    Box   3  
    Ginsberg, Allen
    Box   3  
    Hell, Richard (Richard Meyers)
    Box   3  
    Hockney, David (2 folders)
    Box   3  
    Houston-Montgomery, Beauregard
    Box   3  
    Huncke, Herbert
    Box   3  
    Hunter, Robert (2 folders)
    Box   4  
    Indiana, Gary
    Box   4  
    Katz, Vincent
    Box   4  
    Michaux, Henri
    Box   4  
    Mueller, Cookie
    Box   4  
    Myles, Eileen
    Box   4  
    Picabia, Francis
    Box   4  
    Ricard, René (3 folders; includes manuscript)
    Box   4  
    Smith, Jack
    Box   4  
    Smith, Patti
    Box   4  
    Trinidad, David
    Box   4  
    Wieners, John
    Box   4  
    Zedd, Nick
    Box   4  
    Book covers, no. 31-42
     
    Manuscripts/typescripts/galleys
    Box   4  
    Ashbery, John, The Ice Storm
    Box   4  
    Beckmann, Max, On My Painting
    Box   4  
    Bellamy, Dodie, Feminine Hijinx
    Box   4  
    Burroughs, William, Painting and Guns
    Box   4  
    Corso, Gregory, Mind Field
    Box   4  
    Creeley, Robert, Autobiography
    Box   4  
    Danielou, Alain, Fools of God
    Box   4  
    Darling, Candy, Candy Darling
    Box   5  
    Darling, Candy, Candy Darling
    Box   5  
    Daumal, René, A Fundamental Experiment
    Box   5  
    Daumal, René, The Lie of the Truth
    Box   5  
    De Kooning, Willem, Collected Writings
    Box   5  
    Denby, Edwin, Willem de Kooning
    Box   5  
    Dylan, Bob, Saved
    Box   5  
    Equi, Elaine, Views Without Rooms
    Box   5  
    Firbank, Ronald , Firbankiana
    Box   5  
    Flanagan, Bob, Fuck Journal
    Box   5  
    Frank, Robert, One Hour
    Box   5  
    Geldzahler, Henry, Looking at Pictures
    Box   5  
    Genet, Jean, Rembrandt
    Box   5  
    Gerstler, Amy, Primitive Man
    Box   5  
    Ginsberg, Allen, Your Reason and Blake’s System
    Box   5  
    Guénon, René, Oriental Metaphysics
    Box   5  
    Hell, Richard, Artifact: Notebooks from Hell 1974-1980 (2 folders)
    Box   5  
    Hockney, David , Picasso
    Box   5  
    Houston-Montgomery, Beauregard, Pouf Pieces
    Box   5  
    Huncke, Herbert, Guilty of Everything
    Box   5  
    Hunter, Robert, Idiot’s Delight
    Box   5  
    Indiana, Gary, White Trash Boulevard
    Box   5  
    Katz, Vincent, Cabol of Zealots
    Box   5  
    Kerouac, Jack, Safe in Heaven Dead (2 folders)
    Box   6  
    Mead, Taylor, Son of Andy Warhol
    Box   6  
    Michaux, Henri, By Surprise
    Box   6  
    Mueller, Cookie, Fan Mail, Frank Letters, and Crank Calls
    Box   6  
    Mueller, Cookie, Garden of Ashes
    Box   6  
    Myles, Eileen, Bread and Water
    Box   6  
    Myles, Eileen, 1969
    Box   6  
    Penna, Sandro, Confused Dream
    Box   6  
    Picabia, Francis, Who Knows
    Box   6  
    Ricard, René, God with Revolver
    Box   6  
    Rosenthal, Manuel, Satie, Ravel, Poulenc
    Box   6  
    Smith, Jack, Historical Treasures
    Box   6  
    Smith, Patti, Woolgathering (2 folders)
    Box   6  
    St. Teresa/Simone Weil, On the Lord’s Prayer
    Box   6  
    Trinidad, David, November
    Box   6  
    Trinidad, David, Three Stories
    Box   6  
    Wieners, John, A Superficial Estimation
    Box   6  
    Wieners, John, Conjugal Contraries and Quart
    Box   6  
    Zedd, Nick, Bleed Part One (2 folders)
     
    Planned books
    Box   6  
    America, Paul
    Box   6  
    Basquiat, Jean-Michel (2 folders)
    Box   6  
    Beuys, Joseph
    Box   6  
    Christian, Marcel
    Box   6  
    Clifton, Lucille (empty folder)
    Box   6  
    Corso, Gregory
    Box   6  
    De Kooning, Elaine
    Box   7  
    Dlugos, Tim
    Box   7  
    Guénon, René
    Box   7  
    Katz, Alex and Ron Padgett
    Box   7  
    Kaufman, Eileen (4 folders)
    Box   7  
    Nietzsche, Freidrich
    Box   7  
    Ondine
    Box   7  
    Rothko, Mark
    Box   7  
    Schuyler, James
    Box   7  
    Scott-Heron, Gil (empty folder)
    Box   7  
    Smith, Harry
    Box   7  
    Soupault, Philippe
    Box   7  
    Trinidad, David
     
    Topical
    Box   7  
    Baselitz, Georg
    Box   7  
    Blake, William
    Box   7  
    Bockris, Victor
    Box   7  
    Bourgeois, Louise
    Box   7  
    Brakhage, Stan
    Box   7  
    Butts, Mary
    Box   7  
    Cornell, Joseph
    Box   7  
    Davis, Stuart
    Box   7  
    Davvetas, Demosthenes
    Box   7  
    Duncan, Robert and Charles Olson
    Box   7  
    Gerrit, Henry
    Box   7  
    Gilbert-Lecompte, Roger
    Box   7  
    Gluck, Robert
    Box   7  
    Hölderlin, Friedrich
    Box   7  
    Hough, Randy
    Box   7  
    Igliori, Paola
    Box   7  
    Junger, Ernst
    Box   7  
    Kaufman, Eileen (4 folders)
    Box   7  
    Killian, Kevin
    Box   7  
    Kwock, C.H.
    Box   7  
    Landry, Paul
    Box   7  
    Laughner, Peter
    Box   7  
    Moore, Abd Al-Havy (Daniel Moore)
    Box   7  
    Mrabet, Mohamed
    Box   7  
    Mueller, Jack
    Box   7  
    Newman, Barnet
    Box   7  
    O’Hara, Frank
    Box   7  
    Peters, Robert
    Box   7  
    Pike, Laurie
    Box   7  
    Plymell, Charles
    Box   7  
    Pound, Ezra and Ernest Francesco Fenollosa
    Box   7  
    Satie, Erik
    Box   8  
    Smith, Harry
    Box   8  
    Steinberg, Saul
    Box   8  
    Sufi
    Box   8  
    Tzara, Tristan
    Box   8  
    Vidal, Gore
    Box   8  
    Waldman, Anne
    Box   8  
    Welch, Denton
    Box   8  
    White, Michael
     
    Raymond Foye Files [series]:

    The Raymond Foye Files (1978-1996) consist of four subseries: Correspondence, Miscellaneous correspondence, Projects, and Topical. Correspondence is arranged alphabetically and, within folders, chronologically. Foye’s most prolific correspondents are Peg Biderman, John Chance, Kirby Doyle, Eileen Kaufman, and James Schuyler. Many of his other correspondents are well-known, including Victor Bockris, William Burroughs, Bruce Chatwin, Gregory Corso, Diego Cortez, Allen Ginsberg, Herbert Huncke, Ted Joans, Jasper Johns, Bob Kaufman, Michael McClure, Duncan McNaughton, John Montgomery, Robert Motherwell, Gerald Nicosia, Harold Norse, David Salle, Gary Snyder, Michael Stipe, Philip Taaffe, and Anne Waldman. Miscellaneous correspondence contains letters or copies of letters addressed to Peg Biderman, Francesco Clemente, Gregory Corso, Robert Duncan, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Henry Geldzahler, Bob Kaufman, George Scrivani, and John Wieners.

    The Projects subseries documents Foye’s editing, curating, and archival activities before, during, and after Hanuman Books. Editing and curating activities include projects for Black Sparrow Press, City Lights Books, Gagosian Gallery, New Directions, and Petersberg Press. Archival projects include researching Samuel Greenberg in New York University's Fales Collection and arranging and describing James Schuyler’s records and Allen Ginsberg’s photo archives. Poets Bob Kaufman and John Wieners are well documented in the Projects subseries.

    The Topical subseries contains collected articles, notes, and writings from a variety of authors and artists. Manuscripts from John Chance, Kirby Doyle, Lewis Ellingham, and Cookie Mueller, lecture notes from a 1979 Philip Lamantia poetry class, and an invitation to Andy Warhol’s memorial service are also included in the Topical subseries.

     
    Correspondence
    Box   8  
    Abbott, Steve,  1980
    Box   8  
    Anderson, Eric,  1991-1994
    Box   8  
    Arion Press,  1995
    Box   8  
    B, collected,  1993-1996
    Box   8  
    Biderman, Peg,  1979-1991 (1 folder)
     
    Biderman, Peg (4 folders; Foye’s correspondence to Biderman)
    Box   8  
     1984
    Box   8  
     1985
    Box   8  
     1986-1988
    Box   8  
     1989-1990 undated
    Box   8  
    Black Sparrow Press,  1986-1989
    Box   8  
    Bockris, Victor,  1991-1994
    Box   8  
    Brinker, Lisa,  1978-1979
    Box   8  
    Burroughs, William,  1990-1993
    Box   8  
    C, collected,  1979-1992
    Box   8  
    Calas, Nicholas,  1979
     
    Chance, John,  1979-1991 (5 folders)
    Box   8  
     Undated
    Box   8  
     November -December 1979
    Box   8  
     January 1980
    Box   8  
     February -May 1980
    Box   8  
     April 1981 February 1983 1991
    Box   8  
    Chatwin, Bruce,  1983
    Box   8  
    Cherkovski, Neeli,  1979-1992
    Box   8  
    Coley, Louise,  1988-1989
    Box   8  
    Cornwall-Jones, Paul,  1980
    Box   8  
    Corso, Gregory,  1979-1992
    Box   8  
    Cortez, Diego,  1992
    Box   8  
    Dombey, Oliver (Jonathan Robbins),  1979
    Box   8  
    Dorfman, Elsa,  1984
     
    Doyle, Kirby,  1981-1993 (2 folders)
    Box   8  
    Undated,  1980-1982
    Box   8  
     1984-1993
    Box   8  
    Dunne, Joan,  undated
    Box   8  
    E, collected,  1988
    Box   8  
    Ellingham, Lewis,  1985
    Box   8  
    Ellis, Thomas Sayers,  1989
    Box   8  
    F, collected,  1991
    Box   8  
    Foye, Brian, undated,  1978-1994
    Box   8  
    Foye, Claire and Raymond Sr.,  1979 1992
    Box   8  
    Foye, Karyn,  1978
    Box   8  
    Foye, Raymond (unidentified correspondents; outgoing),  1979 1996
    Box   8  
    G, collected,  1990 1994
    Box   8  
    Ginsberg, Allen,  1978-1994
    Box   8  
    Hart, Howard,  1981
    Box   8  
    Huncke, Herbert,  1991 1994
    Box   8  
    Joans, Ted,  1982 1986
    Box   8  
    Johns, Jasper,  1987-1992
    Box   8  
    Johnson, Ray,  1985
    Box   8  
    K, collected,  1979 1994
    Box   8  
    Kaufman, Bob,  1983
    Box   8  
    Kaufman, Eileen,  1978-1995
    Box   8  
    Kerouac Parker, Edith,  1980 1984
    Box   8  
    Kitaj, R.B.,  1980-1986
    Box   8  
    L-M, collected,  1980-1996
    Box   8  
    Malinowski, Marion,  1988-1991
    Box   8  
    McClure, Michael,  1988-1994
    Box   8  
    McDonough, Kaye,  undated
    Box   8  
    McNaughton, Duncan,  1987-1988
    Box   8  
    Meltzer, David,  1986
    Box   8  
    Miles, Barry,  1987-1991
    Box   8  
    Montgomery, John,  1981-1983
    Box   9  
    Motherwell, Robert,  1981-1982
    Box   9  
    New Directions Press,  1979-1988
    Box   9  
    Nicosia, Gerald,  1978-1994
    Box   9  
    Norse, Harold,  1978-1981 1993
    Box   9  
    O, collected,  1979
    Box   9  
    O’Neal, Tatum,  undated
    Box   9  
    P, collected,  1989 1992
    Box   9  
    Pelieu, Claude, undated,  1981-1995
    Box   9  
    Peters Lamentia, Nancy,  1980-1992
    Box   9  
    Pettet, Simon,  1987-1991
    Box   9  
    R, collected, undated,  1979-1991
    Box   9  
    Riches, Pierre,  1991-1994
    Box   9  
    Rothschild, Charles,  1979
    Box   9  
    S, collected, undated,  1979 1996
    Box   9  
    Salle, David, undated,  1987
     
    Schuyler, James (4 folders)
    Box   9  
    Undated;  1986-1987
    Box   9  
     1988
    Box   9  
     1989
    Box   9  
     1990-1991
    Box   9  
    Snyder, Gary,  1988-1991
    Box   9  
    Stipe, Michael,  1996
    Box   9  
    T, collected,  1995-1996
    Box   9  
    Taaffe, Philip,  undated
    Box   9  
    Unidentified correspondents,  1986-1994
    Box   9  
    Vosnesensky, Andre,  undated
    Box   9  
    W, collected,  1983 1990
    Box   9  
    Waldman, Anne,  1986-1993
    Box   9  
    Wasserman, Jeffrey,  1991
    Box   9  
    Wildey, Lynne,  1982-1994
    Box   9  
    Z, collected,  1994
     
    Miscellaneous correspondence
    Box   9  
    America, Paul (Paul Johnson) to Henry Geldzahler,  1979
    Box   9  
    Chance, John to Lawrence Ferlinghetti,  1977-1979 (copies)
    Box   9  
    Chia, Sandro to Henry Geldzahler,  undated
    Box   9  
    Corso, Gregory,  undated (letter fragments)
    Box   9  
    Corso, Gregory,  undated (invitation; copy)
    Box   9  
    Corso, Gregory to George Scrivani,  undated
    Box   9  
    Corso, Gregory to Peg Biderman,  1982-1990
    Box   9  
    Geldzahler, Henry to Francesco Clemente,  1994
    Box   9  
    Joans, Ted to Bob Kaufman,  1981
    Box   9  
    Hell, Richard to Francesco Clemente,  1990
    Box   9  
    Hockney, David to Henry Geldzahler,  1983 (copy)
    Box   9  
    Houston-Montgomery, Beauregard to Francesco and Alba Clemente,  1990 (invitation)
    Box   9  
    Kaufman, Eileen to Bob Kaufman,  1978
    Box   9  
    Malinowski, Marion to John Wieners,  1987
    Box   9  
    Manhattan Cable Television to Henry Geldzahler,  undated
    Box   9  
    Orlovsky, Peter, Denise Mercedes, and Allen Ginsberg to Peg Biderman,  1975
    Box   9  
    Sellers, Terence to Francesco Clemente,  1988
    Box   9  
    Smith, Patti and Robert Mapplethorpe to Peg Biderman,  undated
    Box   9  
    Wieners, John to Robert Duncan (copies),  1957-1962
     
    Projects
     
    City Lights Books
    Box   9  
    Foye, Raymond, The Unknown Poe (3 folders)
     
    Gagosian Gallery
    Box   9  
    Burroughs, William, Exhibition, 1993
    Box   9  
    Burroughs, William, The War Universe
    Box   9  
    Clemente, Francesco, Evening Raga
    Box   9  
    Clemente, Francesco, Testa Coda (5 folders)
    Box   10  
    Dickhoff, Wilfried, Philip Taaffe
    Box   10  
    Di Suvero, Mark, Open Secret
    Box   10  
    Flam, Jack, Richard Diebenkorn: The Ocean Park Paintings
    Box   10  
    Graham, Robert and Michael McClure, Interview/catalogue,  1994
    Box   10  
    Miscellaneous
    Box   10  
    Taaffe, Philip, Presentation on Embankment (2 folders)
    Box   10  
    Ginsberg, Allen, Photo archives
    Box   10  
    Greenberg, Samuel, Research/Fales Collection (9 folders)
    Box   10  
    Hockney, David and Graham Nash, Interview,  1991
     
    Kaufman, Bob (8 folders)
    Box   10  
    Ancient Rain manuscript and proofs
    Box   11  
    Ancient Rain poems
    Box   11  
    Archival postcards
    Box   11  
    Articles about Kaufman
    Box   11  
    Burned manuscript fragments
    Box   11  
    Obituaries and tributes
    Box   11  
    Kaufman projects
    Box   11  
    Writing
     
    Petersberg Press
    Box   11  
    Clemente, Francesco , Departure of the Argonaut
    Box   11  
    Deleuze, Gilles, Francis Bacon: Logique de la Sensation
    Box   11  
    Duncan, Robert/RB Kitaj, A Paris Visit
    Box   11  
    French translations
    Box   11  
    History/miscellaneous
    Box   11  
    Rosenthal, Manuel, Satie, Ravel, and Poulenc (2 folders)
     
    Schuyler, James, Archives (4 folders)
    Box   11  
    Notes, catalogue, and correspondence
    Box   11  
    Archival material (copies)
    Box   11  
    Articles, interviews, and obituaries
    Box   11  
     1991 FY NEH application
     
    Smith, Patti (3 folders)
    Box   11  
    Heaven’s Hired Hand Spoken World Tour, Fall  1995
    Box   11  
    International Peace University, Berlin,  1995
    Box   11  
    Jewel Heart Benefit, Ann Arbor, MI,  1995
     
    Wieners, John
    Box   11  
    Behind the State Capital: or Cincinnati Pike manuscript (copy)
    Box   11  
    Collected poems
    Box   12  
    Collected poems (3 folders)
    Box   12  
    Cultural Affairs in Boston (2 folders; includes manuscript)
    Box   12  
    Cultural Affairs in Boston (2 folders; includes manuscript)
    Box   12  
    Miscellaneous projects
    Box   12  
    Selected Poems
    Box   12  
    Selected Poems: 1958-1984 (3 folders; includes manuscript)
    Box   12  
    We Were There
    Box   12  
    Writing and reviews about Wieners
     
    Topical
    Box   12  
    Berlin bars
     
    Bockris, Victor
    Box   12  
    “A Buddhist Apocalypse Banquet with Allen Ginsberg, Norman Mailer, William Burroughs, John Ashbery, and Ted Berrigan”
    Box   12  
    Pittsburgh Andy
     
    Chance, John
    Box   12  
    The Edge of Silence (manuscript)
    Box   12  
    Chelsea Hotel (2 folders)
     
    Doyle, Kirby (4 folders)
    Box   12  
    Momentum of Birth ,  1977 (manuscript)
    Box   13  
    Pre American Ode ,  1979-1980
    Box   13  
    Pre American Ode , Books I-V (manuscript)
    Box   13  
    Pre American Ode , Books VI-XI (manuscript)
    Box   13  
    Duncan, Robert
     
    Ellingham, Lewis (6 folders)
    Box   13  
    Miscellaneous
    Box   13  
    Poet Be Like God ; Chapters 1-8 (manuscript)
    Box   13  
    Chapters 9-16
    Box   13  
    Chapters 17-24
    Box   13  
    Chapters 25-30
    Box   13  
    Chapters 31-36
     
    Foye, Raymond
    Box   13  
    Miscellaneous,  1978-1983
     
    Geldzahler, Henry and Jules Olitski
    Box   13  
    Interview,  1990
    Box   13  
    Hart, Howard
     
    Lamantia, Philip (2 folders)
    Box   13  
    Foye’s lecture notes, The Poetic Spirit,  1979
    Box   13  
    Lichtenstein, Roy
    Box   13  
    Mueller, Cookie (5 folders)
     
    Shively, Charles
    Box   13  
    Johnsongs, 1990
    Box   14  
    Smith, Harry
    Box   14  
    Voznesensky, Andre
    Box   14  
    Warhol, Andy
     
    Mixed Media [series]:

    Mixed Media (1980s-1990s) contains Artwork, Audio, and Miscellaneous subseries. Highlights include Francesco Clemente’s Santa Claus drawing, a small sketch by Keith Haring, and David Hockney’s paper bow ties, Bob Kaufman’s record, The Local Moon , and a compilation of recorded phone messages from various authors and artists. The Miscellaneous subseries includes a Patti Smith t-shirt and button.

     
    Art Work
    Box   14  
    Clemente, Francesco, Santa Claus drawing
    Box   14  
    Corso, Gregory, Miscellaneous drawings
    Box   14  
    Corso, Gregory, Hand-decorated Shakespeare anthology
    Box   14  
    Haring, Keith, Small baby sketch
    Box   14  
    Hockney, David, Paper bow ties
    Box   14  
    Hockney, David , Small geometric sketch
    Box   14  
    Smith, Harry, Miscellaneous drawings
    Box   14  
    Vadim, Two body sketches
    Box   14  
    Wieners, John, Conjugal Contraries and Quart collage
     
    Audio
    Box   14  
    Beat Sampler, Compact disc
    Box   14  
    Burroughs, William, Cassette; [1969]
    Box   14  
    Burroughs, William, Henry Geldzahler, David Hockney, and various authors and artists, Cassettes; phone messages (6)
    Box   14  
    Chemical Imbalance (includes Faust, Pavement, T.V. Personalities, Sun City Girls, and Kicking Giant singles), Record
    Box   14  
    Geldzahler, Henry, Cassette; lecture
    Box   14  
    Graham, Robert and Michael McClure, Cassettes;  1994 interview (3)
    Box   14  
    Hockney, David , Cassettes; lecture (2)
    Box   14  
    Kaufman, Bob, Record; The Local Moon
    Box   14  
    We Magazine XV, Cassette
     
    Miscellaneous
    Box   14  
    Foye, Raymond, Computer disk; Francesco Clemente’s Evening Raga
    Box   14  
    Hanuman Books, Jack Kerouac silkscreen
    Box   14  
    Lawler, Louise, Three matchbooks
    Box   14  
    Smith, Patti, T-shirt; Woolgathering
    Box   14  
    Swift, Kelly, Patti Smith button
     
    Photographs [series]:

    The Photographs (1970s-1990s) series includes negatives, photographs, and slides. Well-known authors, artists, and photographers are represented in the series, including William Burroughs, Francesco Clemente, Gregory Corso, Bob Dylan, Allen Ginsberg, David Hockney, Bob Kaufman, Philip Lamantia, Harry Smith, Patti Smith, John Wieners, Elsa Dorfman and Lewis Ellingham. Raymond Foye is the photographer or subject of many of the photographs. Several photographs taken by Ginsberg and Dorfman also are included. Williams Burroughs’ seventieth birthday party and the first Beatitude printing are visually documented. Photographed locations include City Lights Bookstore, the Chelsea Hotel, Coney Island, Lowell, Massachusetts, New York City, and Kalakshetra Press in Madras, India.

     
    Negatives (by photographer)
    Box   14  
    Lichtenstein, Roy (Jan Corash),  1982
    Box   14  
    Miscellaneous,  undated
    Box   14  
    Miscellaneous (Louis Cartwright),  undated
    Box   14  
    Miscellaneous contact sheets and negatives, include Allen Ginsberg, John Wieners, Francesco Clemente, and others (Raymond Foye), undated,  1980s 1991 (53 rolls; 3 marked; 1 single frame; 31 contact sheets)
    Box   14  
    Smith, Patti,  undated
    Box   14  
    Woolgathering copy negatives (Linda Smith Bianucci),  1992 (5)
     
    Photographs (by photographer when known)
     
    A-C
    Box   14  
    Art work (Claude Pelieu),  1990-1991 (18)
    Box   14  
    Bartolome, Alberti (Sally Larsen),  1990 (3)
    Box   14  
    Biderman, Peg (Maurine O’Connor),  1984
    Box   14  
    Biderman, Peg,  1984 (3)
    Box   14  
    Bourgeois, Louise,  undated
    Box   14  
    Brinker, Lisa and Gregory Corso (Raymond Foye),  1979 (4)
    Box   14  
    Burroughs, William (Paul Rickert), Roger Bellemare Gallery,  1989
    Box   14  
    Chelsea Hotel, Raymond Foye’s Room, 814,  1990
    Box   14  
    Clemente, Francesco (Allen Ginsberg), New York City,  1990
    Box   14  
    Clemente, Francesco, Raymond Foye, and Robert Creeley (Allen Ginsberg), Clemente’s studio, New York City,  1988
    Box   14  
    Clouds, 1989 ; Patti Smith’s Woolgathering cover (Edward Maxey),  1989
    Box   14  
    Corso, Gregory, Italy,  1987
    Box   14  
    Corso, Gregory and Allen Ginsberg,  undated
    Box   14  
    Corso, Gregory, Max Corso, and William Burroughs,  undated
    Box   14  
    Corso, Gregory and unidentified child,  undated
    Box   14  
    Corso, Max,  undated
    Box   14  
    Corso, Max,  1983
    Box   14  
    Crosby, Stills, and Nash concert (Rani Singh),  1993 (4)
    Box   15  
    D-H
    Box   15  
    Darling, Candy,  undated (7)
    Box   15  
    Darling, Candy (Eric Stephen Jacobs),  1973
    Box   15  
    Doyle, Kirby (Raymond Foye), San Francisco,  1980 (2)
    Box   15  
    Dylan, Bob,  undated
    Box   15  
    Dylan, Bob (Ken Regan),  1991
    Box   15  
    Foye, Raymond (Marilyn Mattson Lund),  1978
    Box   15  
    Foye, Raymond and Alba Clemente, Linda Resnick’s home, Pennsylvania,  1990
    Box   15  
    Foye, Raymond and Kaye McDonough [Mark Green], Beatitude reading, [1978]
    Box   15  
    Foye, Raymond and Ted Joans (Maurizio Ruggeri), [1994]
    Box   15  
    Frank, Robert,  undated (2)
    Box   15  
    Geldzahler, Henry and David Hockney,  1989
    Box   15  
    Ginsberg, Allen,  undated
    Box   15  
    Ginsberg, Allen, Diego Cortez, Sting, and William Burroughs (Raymond Foye), William Burrough’s 70th birthday party, New York City,  1984
    Box   15  
    Gish, Lillian (Museum of Modern Art Film Stills Archive),  undated
    Box   15  
    Hanuman statue, [1988]
    Box   15  
    Hell, Richard,  undated and  1991 (11)
    Box   15  
    Hockney, David (Bern Schwartz),  1988
    Box   15  
    Hockney, David (Raymond Foye),  undated (3)
    Box   15  
    Hockney, David [Raymond Foye], Ken Tyler’s house, Bedford Village, New York,  1979 (4)
    Box   15  
    Houston-Montgomery, Beauregard (Timothy Greenfield-Sanders),  undated
    Box   15  
    Huncke, Herbert (Raymond Foye),  1987
    Box   15  
    Huncke, Herbert and Edie Parker Kerouac (Raymond Foye),  1988
    Box   15  
    Hunter, Robert (Jessica Leopard),  undated (2)
     
    I-Kal
    Box   15  
    Joans, Ted and Bob Kaufman (Andre Lewis), City Lights Bookstore, San Francisco,  1979
    Box   15  
    Joans, Ted and Neeli Cherkovski, City Lights Bookstore, San Francisco,  1979
    Box   15  
    Joans, Ted, unidentified woman, and Raymond Foye (Maurizio Ruggeri), [1994]
    Box   15  
    Kalakshetra Press (Amanda Barrow), Madras,  1992 (25)
    Box   15  
    Kalakshetra Press (Bruce Handelsman), Madras,  1991
     
    Kau
    Box   15  
    Kaufman, Bob (Michelle Maria Boleyn),  1986 (13)
     
    Kau-M
    Box   15  
    Kaufman, Bob,  undated (2)
    Box   15  
    Kaufman, Bob and Eileen Kaufman,  undated
    Box   15  
    Kaufman, Bob, Maurine O’Connor, and Peg Biderman (Laurie Johnson), Trieste,  1984
    Box   15  
    Kaufman, Bob and Ted Joans (Andre Lewis), City Lights Bookstore, San Francisco,  1979
    Box   15  
    Kaufman, Bob, [Elissa], Ted Joans, Neeli Cherkovski, and Raymond Foye (Andre Lewis), City Lights Bookstore, San Francisco,  1979
    Box   15  
    Kaufman, Bob and others, Bread and Wine Mission (first printing of Beatitude ),  1959
    Box   15  
    Kaufman, Eileen (M. Boleyn),  1987
    Box   15  
    Kaufman, Eileen and Bob Kaufman (Mark Green), North Beach San Francisco,  1978
    Box   15  
    Kaufman, Eileen, Bob Kaufman, and unidentified man, Marin County, California, [1973]
    Box   15  
    Kaufman, Parker,  undated
    Box   15  
    Kerouac, Jack Memorial, Lowell, Massachusetts,  undated
    Box   15  
    Lamantia, Philip (Raymond Foye), San Francisco, [1977 or 1978]
    Box   15  
    Lamantia, Philip and Nancy Peters (Raymond Foye), San Francisco, [1977 or 1978]
    Box   15  
    Lamantia, Philip, Nancy Peters, and Ted Joans (Raymond Foye), San Francisco, [1977-1978]
    Box   15  
    Mead, Taylor (Raymond Foye), [1987]
    Box   15  
    McClure, Michael, John Wieners, David Meltzer (Larry Jordan), San Francisco,  1958
    Box   15  
    Mueller, Cookie,  undated
    Box   15  
    Mueller, Cookie,  undated
    Box   15  
    Mueller, Cookie and unidentified man,  undated
    Box   15  
    Mueller, Cookie and unidentified man,  undated
     
    N-S
    Box   15  
    Nachiappan, C.T. and Alba Clemente (Allen Ginsberg), New York City,  1990
    Box   15  
    Norse, Harold (Raymond Foye), City Lights Bookstore, San Francisco,  1978
    Box   15  
    Packard, Alice, [Mary de R.], and Robert Creeley,  1985 (7)
    Box   15  
    Ravel, Maurice,  1928 (copy)
    Box   15  
    Ricard, Rene (Allen Ginsberg), New York City,  1987
    Box   15  
    Schuyler, James (Nancy Crampton),  1988
    Box   15  
    Scrivani, George, Peg Biderman, and Raymond Foye, Coney Island,  1978
    Box   15  
    Sharp, Willoughby and Nick Zedd (Robin Renzi), Police State ,  undated
    Box   15  
    Smith, Harry (Alan Dye),  undated
    Box   15  
    Smith, Harry (Alan Dye),  undated
    Box   15  
    Smith, Harry (Horst Ebersberg), New York City,  1970
    Box   15  
    Smith, Harry (Jan Van Raay),  undated
    Box   15  
    Smith, Jack,  undated
    Box   15  
    Smith, Patti,  undated
    Box   15  
    Smith, Patti (Bruce Giffin),  undated (2)
    Box   15  
    Smith, Patti (Kelly Swift),  undated (3)
    Box   15  
    Stipe, Michael, Allen Ginsberg, Bob Dylan, and others at different venues (Elsa Dorfman),  undated
    Box   15  
    Suvanjieff, Ivan,  undated
     
    T-Z
    Box   15  
    Trinidad, David (Becket Logan),  undated
    Box   15  
    Walsh, Karyn, Mt. Washington,  1987
    Box   15  
    Walsh, Lauren,  undated
    Box   15  
    Walsh, Lauren Eileen, Karen and Dennis Walsh, and Raymond Sr. and Claire Foye,  1992 (7)
    Box   15  
    Wieners, John,  undated
    Box   15  
    Wieners, John,  undated
    Box   15  
    Wieners, John,  undated (2)
    Box   15  
    Wieners, John (Allen Ginsberg), Boston,  1985
    Box   15  
    Wieners, John (Raymond Foye), Wieners’ home, Boston,  1984
    Box   15  
    Wieners, John [Raymond Foye], Boston,  1984
    Box   15  
    Wieners, John (Robert A. Wilson), Phoenix Book Shop, [1963]
    Box   15  
    Wieners, John, Allen Ginsberg, and two unidentified people (Elsa Dorfman), [1980]
    Box   15  
    Wieners, John and Francesco Clemente (Raymond Foye),  undated
    Box   15  
    Zedd, Nick,  undated
    Box   15  
    Zedd, Nick,  undated (5)
    Box   15  
    Zedd, Nick (Cassandra Stark),  1985
    Box   15  
    Zedd, Nick (E. Pretzel),  1983
     
    Slides (by photographer)
    Box   15  
    Kalakshetra Press (Amanda Barrow),  1992 (15)
    Box   15  
    Miscellaneous (Louis Cartwright), undated,  1980-1990 (79)
    Box   15  
    Sculpture (David Bradshaw),  1991 (12)
    Box   15  
    Various art works, New York City, [1980s] (19)
     
    Unidentified negatives and photographs
    Box   15  
    Art work,  undated
    Box   15  
    Beach scene,  undated (copy negative)
    Box   15  
    Building shots,  1960
    Box   15  
    Children (2 girls),  undated (2)
    Box   15  
    Jail,  undated
    Box   15  
    Man,  undated
    Box   15  
    Man,  undated (3)
    Box   15  
    Man,  undated
    Box   15  
    Man,  undated
    Box   15  
    Man,  undated
    Box   15  
    Man in sunglasses,  undated
    Box   15  
    Men (2) (Jack Shear),  undated
    Box   15  
    Miscellaneous,  undated (8 polaroids)
    Box   15  
    [Peter],  undated
    Box   15  
    Woman,  1967
     
    Printed Material [series]:

    The final series, Printed Material, consists of six subseries: Announcements, Articles, Books, Broadsides/catalogs, Periodicals, and Postcards. Hundreds of reading, exhibition, and party announcements, included in the Announcements subseries, describe San Francisco and New York City literary and art scenes in the 1980s and 1990s. Foye frequently saved newspaper and magazine articles about writers and artists. Articles about Hanuman authors or potential contributors are filed in appropriate author or topical files, but Foye’s miscellaneous articles are available in the Articles subseries. The Broadsides/catalogs subseries contains publicity information for small presses and their authors. Forty-eight books, published primarily by small presses, constitute the Books subseries. A list of titles is provided in the Box List. A list of newsletters, literary magazines, and serials, included in the Periodicals subseries, also is provided. Selected titles include Beatitude , Harry Smith Newsletter , Magical Blend , Poetry Project Newsletter , Soho Review of Books , and The New Censorship . The Postcards subseries contains Alternative Press postcards and other American and Indian postcards.

     
    Announcements (2 folders)
    Box   15  
    A-L
    Box   15  
    M-Z
    Box   15  
    Articles
     
    Books
     
    A-C
    Box   15  
    Anderson, Michael and Melanie Neilson, Tripled Sixes/Prop and Guide
    Box   15  
    Barian, Susan, Harmonious Whole
    Box   15  
    Beebe, Mark, A Dream/A Ballad
    Box   15  
    Boy, AHS, War Sense
    Box   15  
    Buckley, Keith, The Spy’s Report
    Box   15  
    Bye, Ambrose, A Day in the Life
    Box   15  
    Campbell, Marsha, Reply of our Lady Teresa to the Poet Crashaw on the Occasion of his Having Written a Hymn for her Sake a few Years after her Death
    Box   15  
    Chance, John, Into the Rain (3)
    Box   15  
    Cherkovski, Neeli, Home, American: Section One
    Box   15  
    Christman, David Paul, The Red Sea
    Box   15  
    Cohen, Marc, On Maplewood Time
    Box   15  
    Creeley, Robert, Autobiographie
     
    D-L
    Box   15  
    Daegling, Karl, Uh Oh
    Box   15  
    Doyle, Kirby, After Olson (3)
    Box   15  
    Doyle, Kirby, The Quest Lock (2)
    Box   15  
    Dye, Ron, Coyote Take up Farming with Bear
    Box   15  
    Feinstein, Sascha, Summerhouse Piano
    Box   15  
    Ferlinghetti, Lawrence, An Artist’s Diatribe
    Box   15  
    Gardner, Steve, The Band on Basketball and Baseball
    Box   15  
    Gardner, Steve, O Baseball, O Columbus
    Box   15  
    Haber-Payne, Miriam, Clearing the Air
    Box   15  
    Hart, Howard, Charmelle and the White Smoke
    Box   15  
    Hunter, Robert, No Apocalypse
    Box   15  
    Krause, Carrol, Archaeological Adventures in England
    Box   15  
    Kwock, C.H. , The Tiger Rider and other Chinese Epigrams (translation)
    Box   15  
    Landes-Levi, Louise, Extinction
    Box   15  
    Landes-Levi, Louise, The Tower
    Box   15  
    Landry, Paul, San Cristobal de las Casas Poems
    Box   16  
    M-Z
    Box   16  
    Manno, Rosemary, Life Outside the Amphora
    Box   16  
    Markopoulos, Quest for Security
    Box   16  
    Matz, Martin, No Magic Egypt Ever Blooms
    Box   16  
    Meyrink, Gustav, Petroleum Petroleum: A Prophecy
    Box   16  
    Michaux, Henri, Vers la Completude
    Box   16  
    Moe, H.D., Oxymoron Nosedive Prayers (from Birth to Birth)
    Box   16  
    Mueller, John, The Paramorphis
    Box   16  
    Nelson, Garrett, Ant Baseball
    Box   16  
    Rensberger, Eric, The Sad Mailbox
    Box   16  
    Schelling, Andrew and Anne Waldman, Xtabentun
    Box   16  
    Schreiber, Dale, Starling in the Stove
    Box   16  
    Schwegman, Barbara Jane, I Flower Like May
    Box   16  
    Silverman, Herschei, High on the Beats
    Box   16  
    Updike, John , A&P
    Box   16  
    Waldman, Anne, Lokapaia
    Box   16  
    Waldman, Anne, Not a Male Pseudonym
    Box   16  
    Walker, Eric, Notes on a Surrealist
    Box   16  
    Wilkerson, Michael, At War
    Box   16  
    Walden T., The City Dweller
    Box   16  
    White, Michael, Naked Awareness
    Box   16  
    Broadsides/catalogs
     
    Periodicals
     
    A-C
    Box   16  
    Appearances ,  1994
    Box   16  
    American Pop ,  1991
    Box   16  
    Archive Newsletter , Spring  1991
    Box   16  
    Avenue ,  March 1991
    Box   16  
    Bananas , January /February 1975
    Box   16  
    Beatitude
    Box   16  
    Beatitude 30 ,  1980
    Box   16  
    Boston Rock ,  December 1990
    Box   16  
    Brooklyn Review ,  1991
    Box   16  
    Chemical Imbalance ,  1991
    Box   16  
    Corpus
    Box   16  
    Cover ,  May 1991
     
    D-O
    Box   16  
    Daredevil ,  1990
    Box   16  
    Dry
    Box   16  
    Fag Rag
    Box   16  
    Fruit Cup ,  1969
    Box   16  
    15 Minutes Magazine ,  1991
    Box   16  
    Grendhal Poetry Review , Spring  1986
    Box   16  
    Harry Smith Newsletter , Fall  1992
    Box   16  
    High Times ,  May 1991
    Box   16  
    High Times ,  October 1991
    Box   16  
    Jamming ,  1981
    Box   16  
    Magical Blend ,  January 1991
    Box   16  
    Magical Blend ,  April 1993
    Box   16  
    Motion Picture , Summer  1991
    Box   16  
    New Departure ,  1980
    Box   16  
    New Republic ,  July 1989
    Box   16  
    Night ,  1991
    Box   16  
    Outweek ,  May 1991
     
    P-R
    Box   16  
    Poesia ,  December 1990
     
    Poetry Flash
    Box   16  
     September 1979 (5)
    Box   16  
     September 1981
    Box   16  
     November 1985
    Box   16  
     December 1985
    Box   16  
     January 1986
    Box   16  
     February 1986
    Box   16  
     April 1986
    Box   16  
     March 1990
     
    Poetry Project Newsletter
    Box   16  
     October 1984
    Box   16  
     October 1985
    Box   16  
     February 1986
    Box   16  
     March 1986
    Box   16  
     May 1986
    Box   16  
    October /November 1990
    Box   16  
     June 1992
    Box   16  
    Poetry San Francisco , Winter  1985
    Box   16  
    Poetry San Franciso , Spring  1986
    Box   16  
    Publishers Weekly ,  July 1990
    Box   16  
    Ripple ,  1991
    Box   16  
    Rolling Stone ,  1987
     
    S-Z
    Box   16  
    Saturday Morning , Summer  1978
    Box   16  
    Scarlet , Fall  1990
    Box   16  
    Sixpack ,  March 1973
    Box   16  
    Soho Review of Books ,  December 1978 (Art Spiegelman cartoons)
    Box   16  
    Shiny
    Box   16  
    Spin ,  May 1991
    Box   16  
    Stony Hills ,  1981
     
    The New Censorship
    Box   16  
     May 1993
    Box   16  
     November 1990
    Box   16  
     August 1991
    Box   16  
    XX!st Century , Winter  1991/1992
    Box   16  
    Verbal Abuse ,  1993
    Box   16  
    ZuZu , July /August 1993
     
    Postcards
    Box   16  
    Alternative Press
    Box   16  
    Collected