Correspondence with contributors, manuscripts, mock-ups, corrected proofs, mailing lists, accounts, and samples of ephemeral
Of the beginnings of the Auerhahn Press in San Francisco, famed for its printing of the works of the new young poets, David
L. Haselwood in his Deposition says, "During the summer of 1958 I drifted around San Francisco talking endlessly with painters such as Robert LaVigne and
Jesse Sharpe and poets Lamantia, McClure, Wieners, and reading all the live poetry and prose I could get my hands on. It was
at this time that it occurred to me that the press could mean a great many things ... "From this intense exposure to the active
literary scene in the Bay Area grew the desire to see these writers published without the great delays imposed by larger printing
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