Includes nine letters from publisher Noel Young to Henry Miller. A series of nine typed mainly single page letters mostly
on Capra Press letterhead and club sized stationery from Noel Young, editor, to Henry Miller.
Noel Young was the founder of Santa Barbara-based Capra Press, a small independent publishing house best known for publishing
short works by famous authors such as Henry Miller. Young was a commercial printer who had been designing and printing books
for Black Sparrow Press and other independent presses when he launched his own company in 1969 by publishing "Journey," a
slim volume of poetry by his friend Gordon Grant. Young died on May 31 at his home in Santa Barbara. (Excerpts from Los Angeles
Times, "Obituaries; Noel Young 79; Founded Independent Capra Press": Home Edition July 4, 2002).
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