Inventory of the San Francisco Oracle Archives, 1966-1991;(1966-1968 bulk)

Department of Special Collections
General Library
University of California, Davis
100 North West Quad
Davis, CA 95616-5292
Phone: (530) 752-1621
Fax: (530) 754-5758
Email: speccoll@lib.ucdavis.edu
2004 ©2004
The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

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Arts and Humanities--News, Arts and Humanities

Inventory of the San Francisco Oracle Archives, 1966-1991;(1966-1968 bulk)

D-015

Department of Special Collections

General Library

University of California, Davis

Davis, California

Contact Information

  • Department of Special Collections
  • General Library
  • 100 North West Quad
  • University of California, Davis
  • Davis, CA 95616-5292
  • Phone: (530) 752-1621
  • Fax: (530) 754-5758
  • Email: speccoll@lib.ucdavis.edu
Encoded by: Sara Gunasekara
Completed: 2004
©2004 The Regents of the University of California

Descriptive Summary

Title: San Francisco Oracle Archives,
Date (inclusive): 1966-1991;
Date (bulk): (1966-1968 bulk)
Collection number: D-015
Creator: San Francisco Oracle
Extent: 6.20 linear feet
Repository: University of California, Davis. General Library. Dept. of Special Collections.
100 North West Quad
Davis, California, 95616-5292
Abstract: The San Francisco Oracle, an underground or alternative newspaper, was a worker-owned cooperative paper. It began in September 1966 and after a very short run of only twelve issues, folded in February 1968. The collection contains partial holdings of the articles, essays, original artwork, paste-ups, photomechanical transfers, photographs, poems, and transcripts of interviews and speeches used in the publication of the newspaper. Also included are a small assortment of business records and correspondence. Ten of the newspaper's twelve issues are included in the collection.
Physical location: Researchers should contact Special Collections to request collections, as many are stored offsite.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright is protected by the copyright law, chapter 17 of the U.S. Code. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Special Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf of Special Collections, General Library, University of California, Davis as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the researcher.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], San Francisco Oracle Archives, D-015, Department of Special Collections, University of California Library, Davis, California.

Acquisition Information

The archives arrived in Special Collections in 1970 with a second installment in 1972.

Processing Information

Arranged and described by Pamela Pearl Wilson in 1996. EAD finding aid created by Sara Gunasekara in 2004 with assistance from student employee Renee Therriault.

Administrative History

History

The San Francisco Oracle, a worker-owned cooperative newspaper, began in September 1966 and after a very short run of only twelve issues, folded in February 1968. According to one of its founders and co-editors, Allen Cohen, the paper's circulation peaked at between 100,000 and 125,000.
The Oracle was one of many underground or alternative newspapers published in large cities, on college campuses, and even in high schools during the 1960s. Many of these newspapers were in response to the mainstream media's control of information regarding the Vietnam War, the anti-war movement, and the cultural changes that were sweeping the United States. The Oracle was a result of months of meetings and debates between leftists who wanted to put out a political, anti-war paper and hippies more interested in social transformation through higher consciousness.
The issues were filled with colorful graphics and printing with some articles typeset in circles instead of straight, up-and-down columns of conventional newspapers. Cohen and his cohorts discovered that inserting small plates in the inkwells of the big web presses at Howard Quinn (their San Francisco printer) enabled them to run three colors at a time and create additional colors by blending ink - a technique called split-fountain printing. Their imaginative use of color helped make the paper unique, even in the anything goes underground press.
The Oracle's most memorable piece may have been its 23,000 word record of a wide-ranging rap session with Dr. Timothy Leary, poets Allen Ginsberg and Gary Snyder, and the late Zen philosopher Alan Watts. The paper's staff reportedly helped organize and publicize the first Human Be-In in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, an event designed to unite Berkeley political radicals with the cultural radicals of San Francisco. They also were instrumental in the organization of the famous Summer of Love.

Scope and Content of Collection

The collection contains partial holdings of the articles, essays, original artwork, paste-ups, photomechanical transfers, photographs, poems, and transcripts of interviews and speeches used in the publication of this newspaper. Also includes are a small assortment of business records and correspondence.
Poems and essays by such notable writers as Allen Cohen, Philip Lamantia, Steve Levine, Michael McClure, John Montgomery, Gary Snyder, Alan Watts, and Lew Welch are found in either manuscript or typescript form. Transcripts of interviews with Buckminster Fuller, Allen Ginsberg, Herman Kahn, Timothy Leary, Carl Rogers, Gary Snyder, and Alan Watts comprise a section of the archives.
Ten of the newspaper's twelve issues are included in this collection. For a complete example of all twelve issues, please see The San Francisco Oracle, Facsimile Edition, (1991) edited by Allen Cohen.
The collection is arranged in four series: 1. Office Records, 2. Essays and Poetry, 3. Original Issues, 4. Publication Materials.

Related collection

D-050, The Gary Snyder Papers

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.

Subjects

Oracle (San Francisco, Calif. : 1966)--Archives
Underground periodicals--California--San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury (San Francisco, Calif.)--Periodicals
San Francisco (Calif.)--Social life and customs--Periodicals


Collection Contents

 

Series 1 Office Records

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Contains advertisement samples, articles, business records and correspondence, flyers, original artwork, photographs, posters, transcripts of posters and interviews, and speeches.
Arranged alphabetically by subject.

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Box 1:1

Add Samples

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23 pp. of samples of advertisements from volume 1 number 2
Box 1:2

Add Samples

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23 pp. of samples of advertisements from volume 1 number 3
Box 1:3

Add Samples

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24 pp. of samples of advertisements from volume 1 number 4
Box 1:4

Artwork

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Box 1:5

Artwork

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Box 1:6

Artwork

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Box 1:7

Correspondence

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11 letters
Box 1:8

Correspondence

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9 letters
Box 1:9

Correspondence

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13 letters to the editor
Box 1:10

Correspondence

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8 letters requesting issues/subscriptions
Box 1:11

Correspondence

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1 letter from Michael McClure to Guru (n.d.)
Box 1:12

Correspondence

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1 letter from Gary Snyder to Allen Cohen (dated 3.VI)
Box 1:13

Correspondence

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1 note from Gary Snyder to Allen Cohen (n.d.)
Box 1:14

Correspondence

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Photocopies of letters regarding the Lenny Bruce trial (1964-1965)
Box 1:15

Essays

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1 letter, 3 essays, 1 copy of Indian Peace Songs, 3 pp. notes, 1 newsclipping
Box 1:16

Essays

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"Many Smokes" volume 2 number 2 (2 copies); 1 newsclipping
Box 1:17

Essays

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3 letters, 9 pp. notes, 2 poems, 8 essays
Box 1:18

Essays

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3 letters, 5 pp. notes, 1 copy of the "Omnibus Bill"
Box 1:19

Essays

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1 newsletter; 9 photocopies of drawings of Native Americans
Box 1:20

Flyers

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11 flyers
Box 3:5

Flyers

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3 flyers
Box 1:21

General Information

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31 pp. notes, 1 typewriter manual
Box 1:22

Interview

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49 pp. typescript of interview with Chinmayananda
Box 1:23

Interview

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21 pp. typescript of interview with Chinmayananda
Box 1:24

Interview

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7 pp. typescript of interview with Dr. Buckminster Fuller
Box 1:25

Interview

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49 pp. typescript of "2000 AD - A Symposium" interview with Carl Rogers, Alan Watts, and Herman Kahn
Box 1:26

Interview

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105 pp. annotated typescript of "Where Do We Go From Here?", roundtable discussion at Sausalito, California with Alan Watts, Gary Snyder, Timothy Leary, and Allen Ginsberg
Box 1:27

Interview

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164 pp. annotated typescript of "Where Do We Go From Here?"
Box 1:28

Interview

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101 pp. annotated typescript of "Where Do We Go From Here?"
Box 1:29

Interview

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101 pp. annotated typescript of "Where Do We Go From Here?"
Box 1:30

Map

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1 map titled "Indian Country"
Box 3:6

Newspapers

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1 copy of "Oracle of Southern California;" 1 copy of "Oracle" volume 1 numbers 2 and 4
Box 14:6

Newspapers; San Francisco Oracle by a different publisher, November 1968

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Box 14:7

Newspapers; Oracle by a different publisher, n.d.

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Box 3:3

Original artwork

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Box 1:31

Photographs

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Photo spots for The San Francisco Oracle volume 1 number 6 by unknown photographer
Box 1:32

Photographs

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Photo by Mark Green, Nu-Al Enterprises
Box 1:33

Photographs

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Photo spots by Ken Pate including photos of Gary Snyder and Allen Ginsberg
Box 1:34

Photographs

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Photo spots by M. Rachoff
Box 1:35

Photographs>

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Photograph by Brian E. Rybolt
Box 1:36

Photographs

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Photograph by Hap Stewart
Box 1:37

Photographs

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Photo spots by unknown photographer including group photo of Allen Ginsberg and Timothy Leary
Box 1:38

Photographs

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Photographs, photo spots, and negatives by unknown photographer
Box 3:2

Poetry; Collier, John, Jr. "Who Is An Indian?"

Physical Description: 1 poem from centerfold of The San Francisco Oracle volume 1 number 8

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Box 3:1

Poetry; Oppenheimer, Joel. "When the Drums Stopped"

Physical Description: 1 broadside

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Box 3:4

Posters

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6 posters; 8 pp. from The San Francisco Oracle Facisimile Edition,
Box 14:8

Poster, 1991

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Box 1:39

Publication Materials

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31 pp. notes
Box 1:40

Publication Materials

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31 pp. notes
Box 1:41

Publication Materials

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Clippings from journals, newspapers, and brochures
Box 1:42

Scholars - Native American; [Snyder, Gary]. Scholars, American Indian.

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1 list (2 pp.)
Box 1:43

Speech; Smith, Neill.

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6 pp. typescript of speech given at Esalen; 1 letter
Box 1:44

Speech; Theobold, Robert.

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29 pp. typescript of speech, 1 p. notes
 

Series 2 Essays and Poetry

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Contains articles, essays, and poems submitted for publication.
Arranged alphabetically by author.

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Box 1:45

Adami, Adam. Center Icarus, poetry

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1 p., 1 note
Box 1:46

Arthur, Gavin. Evolution from the Point of View of Cosmic Consciousness, essay

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30 pp. (1 original plus 1 photocopy)
Box 1:47

B., S. Living with the Land, essay

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10 pp. (1 original plus 1 photocopy)
Box 1:48

Baker, Tom. Collected Poems, poetry

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3 pp.
Box 1:49

Barker. Blind Jerry, essay

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5 pp.
Box 1:50

Bautista, Tony. The War, poetry

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2 pp.
Box 1:51

Bhaktivedanta, Swami A. C. Krishma, the Reservoir of Pleasure, essay

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16 pp.
Box 1:52

Bilker, Harvey L. Genetic Faux Pas, essay

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5 pp. (photocopy of original), 1 letter, 1 newsclipping
Box 1:53

Branaman, Susan. The World, essay

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1 p.
Box 1:54

Brownton, Page. Rainbow Warrior Vision, poetry

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4 pp.
Box 1:55

Calypso Joe Press Secretary. General Hershey Bar Report on the "American-scene," essay

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2 pp.
Box 1:56

Chilton, Roger. Dear Mom, essay

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15 pp. (1 original plus 1 carbon copy)
Box 1:57

Cohen, Allen. In memoriam - For Superspade and John Carter, essay

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2 pp.
Box 1:58

Collier, John, Jr. The America Indian and the Long Hope, essay

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18 pp. (1 original plus 5 annotated carbon copies)
Box 1:59

Collier, John, Jr. Who Is An Indian? poetry

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30 pp. (1 original plus 4 annotated copies)
Box 1:60

Coyote Books (Koller, James). Songs of the Teton Sioux, poetry

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11 pp.; 1 letter
Box 1:61

Dodd, Bill. Collected Essays, essay

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19 pp.
Box 1:62

DuGuid, James G. Why? poetry

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1 p.
Box 1:63

Elgalin. [Untitled], poetry

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1 p.
Box 1:64

Forman, Betty. [Untitled], poetry

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1 p.
Box 1:65

Goldhill, Gary. [Untitled], essay

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1 p.
Box 1:66

Grimm, Gene. Teo-Nanacatl, essay

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4 pp.
Box 1:67

Gronek, Cynthia Edelman. News from the Underground - Mexico Division, essay

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3 pp.
Box 1:68

Hannon, Mike. Collected Poems, poetry

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8 pp.
Box 1:69

Helbing, Carl. The Gossipping Guru, essay

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9 pp.
Box 1:70

Hoyem, Andrew. Frontier, poetry

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1 p.
Box 1:71

Kaufman, Bob. Unhistorical Events; Cocoa Morning, poetry

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1 p.
Box 1:72

Korbe, Sister Mary Norbert; Pacifica, Sister Mary. [Untitled], poetry

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4 pp. (1 original plus 1 carbon copy)
Box 1:73

Krolik, Steven Richard. Appointment with the Divine, essay

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8 pp.
Box 1:74

Lamantia, Philip. Selected Poems, poetry

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7 pp.
Box 1:75

Leiper, Steve. [Untitled], essay; poetry

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24 pp.
Box 1:76

Levine, Steve. Collected Essays, essay

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7 pp.
Box 1:77

Lewis, Tom. Florentina, essay

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1 pp., 1 note
Box 1:78

Lonidier, Lynn. P, poetry

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2 pp.; 1 note, 1 card
Box 1:79

Marlowe, Gary. Poems, poetry

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30 pp.
Box 1:80

Melton, Frank. Super Cow the Effect of Trying, poetry

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1 p.
Box 1:81

Metzner, Ralph. The Play of the Universe, essay

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17 pp. (1 original plus 2 carbon copies)
Box 1:82

Metzner, Ralph; Leary, Timothy. On Programming Psychedelic Experiences, essay

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12 pp. (1 copy of original)
Box 1:83

Millward, Pamela. Park Songs for Two Kinds of Voices, poetry

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2 pp. (1 original plus 1 carbon copy)
Box 1:84

Monroe, Harry. Collection of Essays and Poems, essay; poetry

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96 pp.
Box 1:85

Montgomery, John. O Great Light, poetry

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1 p.
Box 1:86

Moore, Daniel. This Body, poetry

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1 p.
Box 1:87

Moser, Norman. The Wildest Dream, essay

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3 pp., 1 letter
Box 1:88

Musgrave, Sue. Eight Poems on Love, poetry

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6 pp.
Box 1:89

O'Neil, Jimmie. [Untitled], poetry

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1 p.
Box 1:90

Ramsey, Starr. [Untitled], poetry

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2 pp.
Box 1:91

Resurgence Youth Movement. [Untitled], essay

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1 p.
Box 1:92

Rothernberg. How Isaac Tens Became a Shamansu, essay

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41 pp. (1 original plus 3 drafts/copies)
Box 1:93

Samons, James. Poem, poetry

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Box 1:94

Sammons, Bob. Genesis, poetry

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2 pp.
Box 1:95

Sandberg, ? [Untitled], poetry

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2 pp.
Box 1:96

Schwartzberg, Benedict. The Initiation of Crazy Horse, essay

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3 pp.
Box 1:97

Seeley, Wally. [Untitled], essay

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1 p.
Box 1:98

Shettren, John. Red Flower Run Dance -- Ten Seconds, poetry

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2 pp.
Box 1:99

Smith, Frank. Proclaim Burroughs Spurting Roses, poetry

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1 p.
Box 1:100

Snyder, Gary. A Curse on the Men in Washington, Pentagon, poetry

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1 p.
Box 1:101

Snyder, Gary. Suwa-No-Se Island and the Banyan Ashram, essay

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10 pp.
Box 1:102

Snyder, Gary. Willow, poem

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1 p.
Box 1:103

Spencer, Sam. [Untitled], essay

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2 pp.
Box 1:104

Stark, Clemens. Perimeter, poetry

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1 p.; 1 letter
Box 1:105

Sussmann, Leonard. [Untitled], essay; poem

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33 pp.
Box 1:106

Tsongas, George. The iiiii, essay

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4 pp.
Box 1:107

Tucker, Barri. Collected Poems, poetry

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2 pp.
Box 1:108

Vega, Janine Pommy. Poems to Fernando, poetry

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2 pp.
Box 1:109

Walford, Roy L. Collected Poems, poetry

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2 pp.
Box 1:110

Walker, T. Mike. Alphabetica Metaphysica, poetry

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1 p.
Box 1:111

Watts, Alan. Annam Brahman - Food is God, essay

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5 pp. (1 copy of original)
Box 1:112

Wechsler, Jill. Collected Poems, poetry

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5 pp.
Box 1:113

Weiss, Alexander. Collected Poems, poetry

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5 pp.; 1 note
Box 1:114

Welch, Lew. Final City - Tap City, essay

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4 pp.
Box 1:115

Whalen, Philip. Collected Poems, poetry

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13 pp. (6 originals plus 5 photocopies)
Box 1:116

Witherup, William. Collected Poems, poetry

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5 pp. (2 originals plus 1 photocopy)
Box 1:117

?, Tony. Collected Poems, poetry

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5 pp. (3 originals plus 1 carbon copy)
Box 1:118

Unidentified. By a Friend - Jim, poetry

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2 pp. (2 carbon copies)
Box 1:119

Unidentified. Crucifixion, poetry

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2 pp.
Box 1:120

Unidentified. Mantra for Rattle, poetry

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1 p.
Box 1:121

Unidentified. Middle of a Long Poem on 'These States,' poetry

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5 pp.
Box 1:122

Unidentified. Untitled for Diane, poetry

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7 pp.
Box 1:123

Unidentified. [Untitled], essay

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23 pp.
Box 1:124

Unidentified. [Untitled], poetry

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10 pp.
 

Series 3 Original Issues,1966-1968

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Ten of the twelve original issues of The San Francisco Oracle. For a complete example of all twelve issues, please see The San Francisco Oracle, Facsimile Edition, (1991) edited by Allen Cohen.
Arranged by issue number.

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Box 14:1

Vol. 1, no. 1 September 20, 1966

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Box 14:2

Vol. 1, no. 3 November 1966

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Box 14:3

Vol. 1, no. 4 December 16, 1966

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Box 14:4

Vol. 1, no. 5 January 1967

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Box 14:5

Vol. 1, no. 6 February 1967

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Box 2:1

Vol. 1, no. 7 April 1967

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Box 2:2

Vol. 1, no. 8 June 1967

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Box 2:3

Vol. 1, no. 9 August 1967

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Box 2:4

Vol. 1, no. 10 October 1967

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Box 2:5

Vol. 1, no. 11 December 1967

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Series 4 Publication Materials

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Publication materials such as original artwork, page layouts, paste-ups, photo negatives, and photomechanical transfers.
Arranged by issue number.

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Box 4:1

Page layout negatives for volume 1 number 2

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Box 4:2

Page layout negatives for volume 1 number 2

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Box 4:3

Page layout designs for volume 1 number 3

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Box 4:4

Page layout negatives for volume 1 number 4

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Box 4:5

Page layout designs for volume 1 number 4

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Box 5:1

Page layout negatives for volume 1 number 5

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Box 5:2

Page layout designs for volume 1 number 5

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Box 5:3

Page layout negatives for volume 1 number 6

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Box 5:4

Page layout designs for volume 1 number 6

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Box 5:5

Page layout designs for volume 1 number 6

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Box 6:1

Page layout designs for volume 1 number 7

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Box 6:2

Page layout negatives for volume 1 number 7

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Box 6:3

Page layout negatives for volume 1 number 7

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Box 6:4

Page layout negatives for volume 1 number 7

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Box 7:1

Page layout designs for volume 1 number 7

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Box 7:2

Page layout designs for volume 1 number 7

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Box 7:3

Page layout designs for volume 1 number 7

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Box 7:4

Page layout designs for unknown volume

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Box 8:1

Page layout designs and negatives for volume 1 number 8

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Box 8:2

Page layout negatives for volume 1 number 8

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Box 8:3

Page layout designs and negatives for volume 1 number 8

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Box 8:4

Page layout designs for volume 1 number 8

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Box 8:5

Page layout designs and negatives for volume 1 number 8

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Box 9:1

Page layout negatives for volume 1 number 9

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Box 9:2

Page layout designs for volume 1 number 9

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Box 9:3

Page layout designs for volume 1 number 9

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Box 9:4

Page layout designs for volume 1 number 9

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Box 10:1

Page layout negatives for volume 1 number 10

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Box 10:2

Page layout designs for volume 1 number 10

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Box 10:3

Page layout designs for volume 1 number 10

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Box 10:4

Page layout designs for volume 1 number 10

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Box 11:1

Page layout designs for volume 1 number 11

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Box 11:2

Page layout negatives for volume 1 number 11

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Box 11:3

Page layout designs for volume 1 number 12

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Box 11:4

Page layout designs for volume 1 number 12

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Box 11:5

Page layout negative for volume 1 number 12

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Box 12:1

Page layout designs, unidentified/unused

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Box 12:2

Page layout designs, unidentified/unused

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Box 12:3

Page layout designs, unidentified/unused

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Box 12:4

Page layout negatives, unidentified/unused

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Box 13:1

Page layout designs, unidentified/unused

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Box 13:2

Page layout designs, unidentified/unused

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