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Guide to the Peter Veres Papers
MS 172  
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Description
Contains correspondence, manuscript pages and clippings relating to his published work "The Argument of Innocence". Included also are the transcript and audio recording to "Miriam Patchen, an interview with Peter Veres", 1974.
Background
Peter Veres, author of The Argument of Innocence: A selection from the arts of Kenneth Patchen" was born in 1938 in London. He was raised in Budapest by Hungarian - Jewish parents. The family immigrated to United States in early 1949 and settled in New York City where he attended public school and received a BA from Columbia College. In 1961 he married Ruth and moved to Cambridge. After receiving a Harvard master's degree the couple moved to Berkeley in 1963 where they raised their two children. In the Bay Area he's taught art history at Lone Mountain College, San Francisco and currently is making name as an mosaic artist.
Extent
1 box
Restrictions
Property rights reside with the University of California. Literary rights are retained by the creators of the records and their heirs. For permission to publish or to reproduce the material, please contact the Head of Special Collections and Archives.
Availability
Collection open for research.