Finding aid for the Juan Fassio pataphysique collection

Pietro Rigolo


Descriptive Summary

Title: Juan Fassio pataphysique collection
Date (inclusive): 1948-1978, undated
Number: 930091
Creator/Collector: Fassio, Juan (Juan Esteban)
Physical Description: 9.1 Linear Feet (16 boxes and 1 flatfile)
Repository:
The Getty Research Institute
Special Collections
1200 Getty Center Drive, Suite 1100
Los Angeles 90049-1688
reference@getty.edu
URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10020/askref
(310) 440-7390
Abstract: The pataphysique collection, compiled by Juan Esteban Fassio (1924-1980), offers a rich resource for the understanding of this movement and its ramifications outside of France. It features a wealth of correspondence with the most active members of the Collège de Pataphysique, research files, as well as a collection of rare ephemera and publications.
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Language: Collection material is primarily in French with some material in Spanish and other languages.

Biographical/Historical Note

"Pataphysique" (or, in English, "pataphysics") is a term coined around 1889 by a group of high school students in Rennes, and later appropriated by one of them, writer Alfred Jarry (1873-1907). Although deliberately obscure and absurd, the term was supposed to designate a science beyond, and on top of, metaphysics. Pataphysics has been variously described as the science of the detail and of the individual, as well as of imaginary solutions. It is devoted to the total acceptance and celebration of paradoxes and nonsense in every aspect of human life, and is based on the principles of universal equivalence (according to which, everything is the same) and of inversion of the contraries. Ultimately, pataphysique is not describable, as it constitutes a strenuous form of resistance towards any kind of systematization, and any attempt to make sense of the universe.
One of the main objectives of this science without objectives seems to be to ridicule and laugh at every form of power and authority. The Parisian Collège de Pataphysique, founded in 1948, came to play a fundamental role in the understanding of pataphysics itself, as a delirious structure in which the cult of hierarchy and titles is manifested in an organizational chart with no end and no meaning, in which the administration of the institution is everything. Among the satraps, or personalities of the Collège, some of the most relevant figures of twentieth century culture are to be found, including Marcel Duchamp ("el más brillante patafísico contemporáneo," according to Fassio in 1954), Jean Dubuffet, Max Ernst, Joan Miró, Man Ray, Raymond Queneau, Eugène Ionesco, Jean Baudrillard, and Umberto Eco.
Juan Esteban Fassio, born in Buenos Aires in 1924, was close to the most active avant-garde circles in his home town from a young age, particularly thanks to his friendship with poet, art critic and painter Aldo Pellegrini, a key figure in the development of surrealism in Latin America. Fassio enrolled in the Collège of Pataphysique in 1952, and on April 6, 1957, on the 50th anniversary of the death of Alfred Jarry, founded together with Albano Rodríguez the Instituto de Altos Estudios Patafísicos de Buenos Aires (IAEPBA, now Longevo Instituto de Altos Estudios Patafísicos de Buenos Aires), the first ever pataphysical institution after the Collège.
An enthusiastic researcher and collector, Fassio, who worked at the Centro Editor de América Latina (CEAL), translated for the first time into Spanish some works by Alfred Jarry, among them Ubu roi ( Ubu rey , Buenos Aires: Ediciones Minotauro, 1957, together with Enrique Alonso), and invented peculiar machines for reading specific novels. His Machine à lire Roussel was meant to help the reader to navigate the complex structure of Roussel's Nouvelles impressions d'Afrique (1932), characterized by continuous divagations and stories within stories. Julio Cortázar in his La Vuelta al día in ochenta mundos (1967) writes about Fassio sending him sketches for another machine, the Rayuel-o-matic, designed to mechanically assist in the reading of Cortázar's Rayuela (1963). Made up of a bed and a mechanical system of drawers offering the reader the different chapters of the book according to three different orders (among which, one completely random). The machine, most likely never realized, would have featured amenities such as a cabinet with groceries and a toaster, and a self-destruction button.
With the advent of military dictatorship in Argentina in 1976, Fassio started feeling that he was in danger, due both to his activities within CEAL, and to his associates. He managed to leave the country for Switzerland in 1978, and settled in Barcelona, where he died in 1980.
Sources consulted:
Enrico Baj, Che cos'è la patafisica? (Salorino, CH: L'Affranchi, 1994);
Isabel Cadenas Cañón, e-mail message to author and "La 'Patafísica en Argentina 1957-1986" (unpublished manuscript, Microsoft Word file), March 20, 2016;
Julio Cortázar, "De otra máquina célibe," in La vuelta al día en ochenta mundos (México: Siglo Veintiuno Editores, 1967), 79-88;
Juan Esteban Fassio, "Alfred Jarry y el Colegio de Patafísica." Letra y Línea 4 (1954): 2-4;
Ruy Launoir, Clefs pour la 'pataphysique, rev. and enl. ed. (Paris: Seghers, 1969; Paris: L'Hexaèdre 2005).

Administrative Information

Access

Open for use by qualified researchers.

Publication Rights

Preferred Citation

Juan Fassio pataphysique collection, 1948-1978, The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, Accession no. 930091
http://hdl.handle.net/10020/cifa930091

Acquisition Information

Acquired in 1993.

Processing History

Processed by Pietro Rigolo between February and March 2016.

Related Materials

The Harald Szeemann papers (2011.M.30) contains correspondence with Fassio regarding loans for the exhibition The Bachelor Machines in Series I. Project files, 1836-2007, bulk 1949-2005, as well as an extensive collection of pataphysical artworks, publications and ephemera. The University of Miami holds a Pataphysics collection, 1957-1978 (ASM0118) containg 254 letters by Chapman, addressed to Fassio between 1957 and 1978, as well as correspondence addressed to Fassio by other individuals, Fassio's school reports, and other ephemera.
More than 110 publications were transferred to the general collection of the Getty Research Institute. They can be found by searching the library catalog   for the phrase "Juan Fassio pataphysique collection."

Scope and Content of Collection

The collection offers an insight into Fassio's network of correspondents, the activities of the Collège de Pataphysique and other pataphysical institutions.
Series I. Correspondence contains letters sent to Fassio by many members of Collège de Pataphysique, and other intellectuals interested in the movement. Correspondence from Stanley Chapman constitutes by far the largest part of the series, with approximately 500 items. Chapman (1925-2009) was a London-based architect, stage designer, translator, writer and theatrical critic, and one of the founders and president of the London Institute of Pataphysics. His letters bear testimony to an intense epistolary relationship for over twenty years, touching on daily life and relationships, discussing publications, theatre productions and films, and are suffused with explicit homoerotic content. Correspondence from Chapman includes drawings, theatre and gallery ephemera, press clippings, photographs, poems, collages, and sketches of a set design for an Ubu roi production. Some of the dates of these materials have been calculated by converting the year according to the pataphysical calendar into the gregorian one.
Series II. Research files includes press clippings, magazines, photographs, publications, notes, correspondence, book drafts and translations related to some of the authors relevant to the pataphysical movement. Most notably, the Raymond Roussel files include drawings by Fassio for his Machine à lire Roussel and index cards which were components of the machine itself.
Series III. Artists' books, ephemera and Collège de Pataphysique publications includes a collection of various materials related to pataphysics, its members, and activities. Series III.A. Artists' books contains a small series of artists' books, for the most part by Stanley Chapman. Series III.B. Ephemera includes a collection of ephemera from the Collège de Pataphysique and other pataphysical institutes such as IAEPBA, founded by Fassio. Among the charts and maps about the structure of the Collège and its international offspring, some maps drawn by Fassio are to be found. Series III.C. includes approximately 100 limited-run and small-format publications by the Collège de Pataphysique, some of them "secret," meaning they were published only for internal circulation among the members. Publications include board games, songs, calendars, transcripts of lectures, bibliographies and unpublished fragments by various members of the Collège and other authors, together with statutes, charters and other institutional documents, and much more. Issues of Cahiers du Collège de Pataphysique, the official magazine of the institution, later called Subsidia Pataphysica and then Organographes du Cymbalum Pataphysicum, have been transferred to the Library, as well as other larger and more widely available publications by the Collège, and all the publications issued by others.

Arrangement

The collection is arranged in three series: ; ; .Series I. Correspondence, 1952-1978, undated Series II. Research files, 1948-1976, undated Series III. Artists' books, ephemera and Collège de Pataphysique publications, 1949-1977, undated

Indexing Terms

Subjects - Names

Roussel, Raymond
Vian, Boris
Jarry, Alfred

Subjects - Topics

Authors -- Argentina -- Correspondence
Authors and publishers -- France
Publishers and publishing -- France
Literature, Modern -- 20th century
Surrealism (Literature)
Theaters -- Stage-setting and scenery
Theater

Genres and Forms of Material

Artists' books
Drawings (visual works)
Color photographs
Black-and-white photographs -- 20th century
Publications
Manuscripts for publication

Contributors

Szeemann, Harald
Chapman, Stanley
Ionesco, Eugène
Fassio, Juan (Juan Esteban)
Cortázar, Julio


Container List

 

Series I. Correspondence, 1952-1978, undated

Physical Description: 5.6 Linear Feet (9 boxes)

Scope and Content Note

Series I. Correspondence contains letters sent to Fassio by many members of the Collège de Pataphysique, and by other intellectuals interested in the movement. Correspondence from Stanley Chapman constitutes by far the largest part of the series, with approximately 500 items. His letters bear testimony to an intense epistolary relationship for over twenty years, touching on daily life and relationships, discussing publications, theatre productions and films, and are suffused with explicit homoerotic content. Correspondence from Chapman includes drawings, theatre and gallery ephemera, press clippings, photos, poems, collages, and sketches of a set design for an Ubu roi production. Some of the dates of these materials have been calculated by converting the year according to the pataphysical calendar into the gregorian one.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by the archivist, with unidentified material at the end.
box 1, folder 1

Arnaud, Noël, 1958-1964, undated

box 1, folder 1a

Benoit, Pierre-André, 1952-1958

box 1, folder 2

Bouché, Henri P., 1956-1970, undated

 

Chapman, Stanley, 1956-1978, undated

box 1, folder 3

1956

 

1957

box 1-2

Papers

flatfile 1**

Flatfile

box 2, 16*

1958

box 2, folder 4-7

1959-1962

box 3, 16*

1963

box 4, folder 1-3

1964

box 4-5

1965

box 5, folder 3-6

1966-1968

box 5-6

1969

box 6, folder 4-13

1970-1978

box 6, 16*

Undated

 

Miscellaneous, 1959-1970, undated

Scope and Content Note

This material had most likely been sent by Chapman attached to some letters, but was filed separately from the rest of the correspondence.
box 7, folder 1

Scenography for Ubu roi, 1959-1960, undated

box 7, folder 2

Photographs, 1962-1970

box 7, folder 3

Collombet, Henry, 1957

box 7, folder 4

Cortázar, Julio, 1963, undated

box 7, folder 5

Demarigny, Claude, 1956

box 7, folder 6

Ferry, Jean, 1954-1971

box 7, folder 7

Fleury, Raymond, 1958-1975, undated

box 7, folder 8

Gayot, Paul, 1974

box 7, folder 9

Ionesco, Eugène, 1955-1956

box 7, folder 10

Lachenal, François, 1959

box 7, folder 11

Laclos, Michel, 1956

box 7, folder 12

Linard, Jean, 1957

box 7, folder 13

Mauvoisin, Janvier-Jean, 1956

box 7, 16*

Mucci, Renato, 1956-1958, 1965-1966, undated

box 8, 16*

Peillet, Emmanuel, 1953-1971, undated

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence signed with the pseudonyms Latis and Jean-Hugues Sainmont.
box 8, folder 4

Petitfaux, Georges, 1952-1959, undated

box 8, folder 5

Shattuck, Roger, 1955-1959

box 8, folder 6

Szeemann, Harald, 1975

box 8, folder 7-8

Vasco, Juan Antonio, 1956-1962, undated

box 8, folder 9

Versins, Pierre, 1957

box 8, folder 10

Watson Taylor, Simon, 1956-1962, undated

box 8, folder 11

Weber, Jean, 1960-1961

box 8, folder 12

Wright, Barbara, 1956-1959, undated

box 9, folder 1

Unidentified, 1953-1977, undated

 

Series II. Research files, 1948-1976, undated

Physical Description: 1.3 Linear Feet (3 boxes)

Scope and Content Note

Series II. Research files includes press clippings, magazines, photographs, publications, notes, correspondence, book drafts and translations on some of the authors relevant for the pataphysical movement. Most notably, the Raymond Roussel files include drawings by Fassio for his Machine à lire Roussel and index cards which were components of it.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically.
box 16*, folder 2

Cortázar, Julio, 1963, 1969-1973, undated

box 9, 16*

Ionesco, Eugène, 1952-1963, 1970, undated

 

Jarry, Alfred, 1948-1976, undated

box 9-10, 16*

Papers

flatfile 1**

Flatfile

 

Roussel, Raymond, 1952-1964, 1971-1975, undated

box 10-11

General, 1952-1964, 1971-1975, undated

box 11, 15, 16*

Machine à lire Roussel, undated

Scope and Content Note

Box 11, folder 2 contains the checklist for Harald Szeemann's exhibition The Bachelor Machines ( Junggesellenmaschinen / Les machines célibataires ) at Kunsthalle Bern, 1975 July 5 to August 17.
box 11, folder 5

Vian, Boris, 1958-1964, undated

 

Series III. Artists' books, ephemera and Collège de Pataphysique publications, 1949-1977, undated

Physical Description: 2.2 Linear Feet (4 boxes and 1 flatfile)

Scope and Content Note

Series III. Artists' books, ephemera and Collège de Pataphysique publications includes a collection of various materials related to pataphysique, its members, and activities.

Arrangements

 

Series III.A. Artists' books, 1957-1969, 1975, undated

Physical Description: 0.4 Linear Feet (1 box)

Scope and Content Note

Series III.A. Artists' books contains a small series of artists' books, for the most part by Stanley Chapman.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically.
box 11-12, 15

Chapman, Stanley, 1957-1969, undated

box 12, folder 2

Collone, Henry, 1957

box 12, folder 3

Gimelfarb, Norberto, 1975

box 12, folder 4

Unidentified, 1957, undated

 

Series III.B. Ephemera, 1950-1975, undated

Physical Description: 0.8 Linear Feet (1 box and 1 flatfile)

Scope and Content Note

Series III.B. Ephemera includes a collection of ephemera from the Collège de Pataphysique and other pataphysical institutes such as IAEPBA, founded by Fassio. Among the charts and maps about the structure of the Collège and its international offspring are some maps drawn by Fassio.

Arrangement

Collège de Pataphysique material is followed by miscellaneous material.
 

Collège de Pataphysique,

box 12, 16*

Announcements and other ephemera, 1950-1975, undated

 

Maps and charts related to the history, structure and hierarchy of the Collège de Pataphysique, 1955-1957, undated

box 13, folder 1a

Papers

flatfile 1**

Flatfile

box 13, folder 1

Postcards, undated

box 13, 15, 16*

Miscellaneous, 1952-1965, undated

 

Series III.C. Collège de Pataphysique publications, approximately 1949-1977

Physical Description: 0.9 Linear Feet (2 boxes)

Scope and Content Note

Series III.C. includes approximately 100 limited-run and small-format publications by the Collège de Pataphysique, some of them "secret," meaning they were published only for internal circulation within the members. Publications include board games, songs, calendars, transcripts of lectures, bibliographies and small unpublished fragments by various members of the Collège and other authors, together with statutes, charters and other institutional documents, and much more.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by the archivist, with dates of publication according to the pataphysical calendar.
 

76

box 14, folder 5

[Emmanuel Peillet?], Oraison funèbre de Mélanie Le Plumet

box 14, folder 5

Calendrier pataphysique perpétuel

box 14, folder 5

Ordre de la grande gidouille

box 14, folder 5

Statuts du Collège de 'Pataphysique

 

77

box 13, folder 4

Première musique de la Chanson du décervelage . Collection Euterpe & Polyhymnie, no. 1

 

78

box 13, folder 6

Mémorial du jubilé semi-seculaire d'Ubu Enchaîné : Discours prononcé par Sa Magnificence le Vice-Curateur-Fondateur du Collège de Pataphysique . Collection Haha, no. 1

box 13, folder 6

Oraisons funèbres de Mata Mata. Collection Haha, no. 2

box 13, folder 4

Seconde version musicale de la Chanson du décervelage telle qu'elle fut composée par Claude Terrasse & chantée à la première d'Ubu roi le 10 sable XXIV . Collection Euterpe & Polyhymnie, no. 2

 

79

box 13, folder 6

Alfred Jarry, Les nouveaux timbres. Collection Haha, no. 3

box 13, folder 4

Julien Torma, Lauma lamer : Chanson de la scène VIII mise en musique par Elme le Pâle Mutin . Collection Euterpe & Polyhymnie, no. 4

box 13, folder 4

Hymne des Palotins : Tel qu'il fut chanté more antiquissimo à la première d'Ubu Cocu le 4 merdre LXXIII . Collection Euterpe & Polyhymnie, no. 3

 

80

box 13, folder 6

René Daumal, Le Catéchisme. Collection Haha, no. 4

box 14, folder 5

Luc Étienne, Triptykhon. Collection Haha, no. 5

box 14, folder 3

Alfred Jarry, L'ouverture de la pêche. Collection Iuvenilia d'Alfred Jarry, no. 1

box 14, folder 4

Les perceptions extérieures du poète Franc-Nohain à la suite d'un petit hommage par J. H. Sainmont

 

81

box 14, folder 3

Alfred Jarry, Le futur malgré lui

box 14, folder 1

Alfred Jarry, Tatane. Collection Haha, no. 6

box 13, folder 7

Message au peuple normand & autre émis le 8 tatane LXXXI par Sa Magnificence le Vice-Curateur-Fondateur du Collège de 'Pataphysique Président par Intérim Perpétuel du Conseil Suprême de l'Ordre de la Grande Gidoulle à l'occasion des Fêtes Préparatoires au Centenaire de la Naissance d'Alphonse Allais

 

82

box 14, folder 5

Pierre Corneille, Georges Petitfaux, Le Cid : tragédie allégée en cinq actes et cent-octante-huit vers . Collection Haha, no. 10

box 14, folder 5

Jean Ferry, Monologue de l'employé. Collection Haha, no. 8

box 13, folder 6

Alfred Jarry, Equations. Collection Esoterika, no. 1

box 13, folder 5

Raymond Queneau, Lorsque l'esprit. Collection Q, no. 1

box 14, folder 5

Julien Torma, Lebordelamer. Collection Haha, no. 8

box 14, folder 5

Julien Torma, Premiers écrits. Collection Haha, no. 9

box 14, folder 4

Egxeiridion sue clavicula minor necnon certissima de omni re scibili ac nescibili a Melania Plumata f. m. Proveditrice Generali Collegi Pataphysici olim exquisitissime digestum . Collection Esoterika, no. 4

box 13, folder 6

Introït à la transquination verticale ou corticale par Henri Bouché Provèditeur des Affaires Animales & Végétales Administrateur des Quinconces du Collège de Pataphysique . Collection Esoterika, no. 2

box 14, folder 5

Le château de Courton. Collection Esoterika, no. 3

box 13, folder 6

Lettre de Philippe Merlen concernant Julien Torma

 

83

box 14, folder 4

Janvier Jean M. Mauvoisin, Court traité de l'apparence pataphysique . Collection Esoterika, no. 7

box 14, folder 2

[Emmanuel Peillet], Camille Renault par J. H. Sainmont pr. g. a. et r.

box 13, folder 4

Boris Vian, Le petit Lauriston : Berceuse pataphysique à récapitulation . Collection Euterpe & Polyhymnie, no. 5

box 14, folder 4

Anagogies hyperanagogiques avec la révélation dernière sur les choses qui doivent arriver en ce siècle ou sur celles qui y sont arrivées & leur interprètation totale & multivoque parabolique & nyctiphore . Collection Esoterika, no. 5

box 83, folder 5

Annuaire-Enchiridion provéditorial du Collège de Pataphysique

box 13, folder 6

Haha par Bosse de Nage

box 14, folder 5

Janvier Jean M. Mauvoisin provéditeur général du Collège de 'Pataphysique en l'an LXXXIII de l'ère pataphysique, de son age le trente-troisième, de son provéditorat général le troisième

box 14, folder 2

Le Bétrou : Drame en IV actes par Julien Torma

box 13, folder 4

Première version musicale de la Chanson du décervelage telle qu'elle était chantée au lycée de Rennes , 3rd ed. Collection Euterpe & Polyhymnie, no. 1

 

84

box 14, folder 3

Nicolaj Nicolaïevitch Kamenev, Rapport au Corps des Provéditeurs sur quelques problèmes historiques concrets d'activité Pataphysique posés par le Cinquantenaire de la mort de Jarry

box 14, folder 5

Théodore Koenig, Secsa : Petite poétique de la pathomante du Directoire

box 13, folder 5

[Emmanuel Peillet], Bouquet par Jean-Hugues Sainmont . Collection Q, no. 2

box 13, folder 6

Exposé des motifs aux Sérénissimes Provéditeurs du Collège de Pataphysique . Collection Esoterika, no. 9

box 13, folder 6

Les zoos des Quinconces abrèg. par Henri Bouché Provéditeur des Affaires Animales & Végètales Administrateur des Quinconces . Collection Esoterika, no. 8

box 14, folder 5

Petit théatre de René Daumal et Roger Gilbert-Lecomte . Collection Haha, no. 11

box 14, folder 5

Statuts du Collège de 'Pataphysique suivis de la harangue inaugurale de Sa Magnificence le Vice-Curateur-Fondateur

 

85

box 14, folder 5

Jandu Bufe, Oukiva trene sebot. Collection Traître mot, no. 2

box 13, folder 4

René Clair, Une supposition : Chanson folk-lorique recueillie par René Clair, satrape & mise en notation moderne par Georges van Parys . Collection Euterpe & Polyhymnie, no. 7

box 14, folder 1

René Clair, Une supposition : Monographie. Collection Haha, no. 14

box 13, folder 4

Luc Etienne, Polka des Gidovilles : Branle ombilical pour cornet à pistons . Collection Euterpe & Polyhymnie, no. 6

box 14, folder 4

Alfred Jarry, Léda : Fragments de brouillons d'une opérette-bouffe introuvable . Collection Esoterika, no. 13

box 14, folder 4

[Boris Vian?], La Messe en jean mineur par J. S. Bachique . Collection Esoterika, no. 10

box 14, folder 4

Du serieux : Par un anonyme de la revue Roman . Collection Esoterika, no. 12

box 14, folder 5

Paraboles de Sedulius Ersatzmann traduites par Henri Robillot, P. E. G . Collection Traître mot, no. 1

box 14, folder 5

Priapée homérique : Poëme anonyme latin traduit par Jeanne de Valsenestre, R . Collection Traître mot, no. 3

box 13, folder 5

Protée par Philippe Quinault membre du Corps des Satrapes et de l'Académie Française . Collection Q, no. 3

box 14, folder 1

Soleil de Printemps par Pierre Bonnard & Alfred Jarry . Collection Haha, no. 13

box 14, folder 4

Vue cavalière sur la Mignonnette par Jean Ferry Archisphragidophore O. G. G . Collection Esoterika, no. 11

 

86

box 14, folder 4

Caradec, L'affaire de la Gazette de Lausanne . Collection Esoterika, no. 14

box 14, folder 4

Pierre David, Retour de l'enfant podagre. Libellorum intestinorum corpus novissime digestum, no. 1

box 14, folder 5

Hildebert de Lavardin, Vie de Mahumet. Collection Traître mot, no. 4

box 14, folder 4

Raymond Queneau, Inventaire sommaire des papiers déchirés, brûlé, jetés etc. en juin 1918 . Collection Esoterika, no. 15

box 13, folder 4

Jean Racine, Jacques Prévert, and Félix Mendelssohn, Acclamation en l'honneur de Sa Magnificence le Vice-Curateur-Baron solennement exécutée à la Cérémonie du 25 merdre LXXXVI Fête de l'Apparition d'Ubu Roi . Collection Euterpe & Polyhymnie, no. 8

box 14, folder 2

Annuaire-enchiridion provéditorial du Collège de Pataphysique

box 14, folder 4

Lettre Hyperphate au Tr[ascendan]t Satrape Jean Ferry Archisphragidophore OGG sur le 732 . Collection Esoterika, no. 16

box 14, folder 5

Was ist 'Pataphysik?: Elementare Prolegomena zu einer Einführung in die 'Pataphysik

 

87

box 14, folder 4

Jacques Dopagne, Boris Vian, J'irai cracher sur vos tombes : Document folk-lorique & folliculaire . Collection Esoterika, no. 17

box 14, folder 5

Jean Ferry, Hommage à la mémoire immarcesible de Oktav Votka (29-87)

box 14, folder 5

Herodote de Thurium, Le fils de l'architeteur . Collection Traître mot, no. 5

 

88

box 14, folder 3

Marie-Louise Aulard, Rapport au Tr. Corps des Satrapes sur la Géographie du néant avec une photographie et une carte

box 14, folder 4

Caradec, La parfaite secrétaire ou l'alphabet par les méthodes actives . Collection Esoterika, no. 19

box 13, folder 5

J.-H. Sainmont [Emmanuel Peillet], De quelques conséquances . Collection Q, no. 4

box 13, folder 4

La royauté du Père Ubu : Cantate populaire adaptée aux besoins des masses laborieuses . Collection Euterpe & Polyhymnie, no. 9

box 13, folder 7

Prophéties sur les animaux raisonnables & irraisonnables jadis composées par Leonardo da Vinci récemment mises en français dans un Ordre conforme au vœu du Maître par A. de Latis & applicables à l'an de grâce 1961

 

89

box 13, folder 7

Michel Arnaud, Raymond Queneau, and Boris Vian, Zoneilles : Scénario

box 14, folder 5

Louis Ménard, Abandonné

box 13, folder 6

Jean Mollet, Jarry inconnu. Collection Haha, no. 15

box 14, folder 5

Ordre de la grande gidouille, 2nd ed.

 

90

box 14, folder 2

Roger Shattuck, Au seuil de la 'Pataphysique

box 14, folder 5

Cinq odes d'Horace Chretien présentées et traduites par André Tchernia A.E . Collection Traître mot, no. 6

 

91

box 14, folder 5

René Daumal, Roger Gilbert-Lecomte, Le lyon rouge : suivi de La tempête des cygnes ou La Conquête des signes . Collection Haha, no. 16

 

92

box 14, folder 2

Album mémorial en souvenir de Sa Magnificence le Baron Mollet Vice-Curateur du Collège de 'Pataphysique (5-91)

box 14, folder 3

Les Antliaclastes par Alfred Jarry (2e version) . Collection Iuvenilia d'Alfred Jarry, no. 3

 

93

box 14, folder 3

Georges Petitfaux, Petit A-B-C de quelques idées reçues parmi les membres du Collège de 'Pataphysique pour les commodités de la conversation

 

94

box 14, folder 2

Prophéties perpétuelles très anciennes & très certaines de Thomas-Joseph Moult natif de Naples grand astronome & philosophe

 

96

box 14, folder 4

Thiéri Foulc, Vingt Ecrits. Libellorum intestinorum corpus novissime digestum, no. 2

box 13, folder 5

[Emmanuel Peillet], Lettre au Trascendant Satrape Raymond Queneau Grand Conservateur O. G. G. par le T. S. Latis . Collection Q, no. 5

 

97

box 14, folder 5

Raymond Prince, Le [triangle] souscrit. Collection Traître mot, no. 7

box 14, folder 3

Réponses à des enquêtes par Alfred Jarry. Collection Iuvenilia d'Alfred Jarry, no. 5

 

98

box 14, folder 5

Calendrier pataphysique perpétuel, 4th ed.

box 13, folder 6

Opach, Grand Largue. Collection Haha, no. 17

 

99

box 14, folder 4

Claude Ernoult, D'un polyèdre. Libellorum intestinorum corpus novissime digestum, no. 3

box 13, folder 7

Chaval graveur : Phantasmes

box 13, folder 4

Le Mirliton Voyer : Thèmes & variations . Libellorum Intestinorum Corpus, no. 4-5

box 13, folder 4

Pour le principe! Post-scriptum au Mirliton Voyer . Libellorum Intestinorum Corpus, no. 6

 

100

box 14, folder 3

Jean Ferry, Un chapitre posthume du Temps Retrouvé

box 14, folder 2

François Laloux, L'Elioclade

 

101

box 16*, folder 4

Gil [Juan Esteban Fassio and Albano Rodríguez?], Le strobile jeu de Ha Ha. Collection Otium, no. 1

 

102

box 13, folder 4

Tchang Che-hsi, Wang Yu-si, Les membres du Collège de 'Pataphysique sont des Helianthes . Collection Euterpe & Polyhymnie, no. 10

box 14, folder 3

Petite résomption culturelle de dictons météorologiques à l'usage des Pataphysiciens

Scope and Content Note

Two copies.
 

103

box 14, folder 5

Sophocles, Antigone : Fragment traduit par Roger Gilbert-Lecomte avec des vers de ... Collection Les Astéronymes, no. 2

box 14, folder 5

Document Hermétique avec une présentation attribuée à Jean Ferry, S. . Collection Les Astéronymes, no. 1

 

104

box 16*, folder 4

Gil [Juan Esteban Fassio and Albano Rodríguez?], Le jeu de la chouette. Collection Otium, no. 2

box 14, folder 4

Jean-Claude Dinguirard, Hebert restitué. Collection Esoterika, no. 20

box 13, folder 7

Jean Ferry, Ethnologie des Maramouts

box 14, folder 4

Thieri Foulc, Mnester ou l'énigme du sphinx . Collection Esoterika, no. 19

box 14, folder 4

Ruy Launoir, Le Grand Pan est mort. Collection Esoterika, no. 18

box 14, folder 5

La triste noce : Chanson folklorique pour phonographe . Collection des cliques & claques, no. 1