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Series 1: Correspondence
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E - J.
K - O.
P - Z and unidentified.
Coolidge - Malanga.
Matthau - Poetry; a.
Random House - Zukofsky.
Series 2: Manuscripts
Manuscripts By the Following Authors
Manuscripts and Other Material Used in the Publication of Lines 1-4
[Articles About Aram Saroyan]
Books By or Published By Aram Saroyan
Saroyan, Aram. Coffee coffee. New York: 0 to 9 Books. c. 1967.
Saroyan, Aram. Aram Saroyan. New York: Random House, .
Coolidge, Clark. Flag flutter & U.S. electric. [New York?] Lines. 1966.
Perreault, John. Camouflage. [New York?] Lines. 1966.
Periodicals Containing Works By Aram Saroyan
Joglars no.1 (): Tired poem, 4th leaf; 4 poems from Sled Hill Voices, 4th leaf (verso) - 5th leaf; Poem recognizing someone in the street, 22nd leaf; [3 more poems on following pages]. 1966
The Bolinas magazine, no.1 (): Madness [poem]. March 1973
The Bolinas magazine, no.2 ]: poem and fiction. [1973
Strange Faeces 10 ]: various articles. [
The World no.26 (): 5 poems with Bill Berkson. Winter 1973
Ararat. New York. vol.15 no.2 (): Thirteen [Poem]. Spring 1974
The Bolinas hearsay news. Bolinas. Poem. ca. July 26, 1974
The Bolinas hearsay news. Bolinas. ) Poem. ca. (August 12, 1974
The Bolinas hearsay news. Bolinas. ) Poem: Friendship. ca. (September 6, 1974
The Bolinas hearsay news. Bolinas. ) News item. ca. (October 15, 1974
Chicago. Essex, England. no.2 () Poem: Cream's story. February 1974
The ear in a wheatfield. Victoria, Australia. () Poem. May 1974
The east-west journal. vol.4 no.8 () Letter. September 1974
The end over end. Monte Rio, California. no.8 () Poems. Spring/Summer 1974
L magazine. Berkeley, California. vol.2 no.1/2. Poem: Mr. Stumola.
Nation. New York. vol.219 no.2 () Poem: The night. July 20, 1974
New Journal. Cambridge, Massachusetts. () Poem: Lines from my autobiography. November 1974
New York Times. New York. () Article: Unhorsed as a space cowboy. Clipped. November 23, 1974
Occident. Berkeley, California. vol.8 () Poem: Timing. Spring 1974
Out there. Chicago. no.6. Poems: Erasers: Sawing the wood; Poem.
Paris review. New York. no.59 () Poems: Madness: I'm the Mississippi. Fall 1974
Poetry. Chicago. vol.124 no.6 () Poems: Life is no arrival: Life is a dream. September 1974
The poetry project newsletter. New York. no.15 () Open letter. May 1974
Rolling stone. San Francisco. no.159 () Poem: Lines for my autobiography. April 25, 1974
Sotto voice. Beeston, Nottingham. no.1 ] Excerpts from The Street. [1974
Sotto voice. Beeston, Nottingham. no.3 ] Poem: Sawing the wood. [1974
1. Archive Newsletter.
Search for tomorrow. Iowa City. no.3 (). [Poems]. 1971
This. Iowa City. no.2. [Poems]. c. 1971.
Gum. Iowa City. no.6. [Poems]. September 1971.
San Francisco. San Francisco. (). [poems]. 1972
The California Courier. , vol.31 no.31. February 9, 1989
Books By or Published By Aram Saroyan
Saroyan, Aram. Aram Saroyan. [New York?] Lines. 1967.
Saroyan, Aram. Works. [New York?] Lines. 1966.
Coolidge, Clark. Clark Coolidge. [New York?] Lines. 1967.
Kolmar, Richard. Games. [New York?] Lines. 1966.
Books - Presentation Copies to Aram Saroyan
Clark, Tom. Green. Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press. 1971.
Grenier, Robert. Dusk road games: poems, 1960-66. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Pym-Randall Press. c. 1967.
Hausman, Gerald. New Marlboro Stage. Lenox, Massachusetts: Bookstore Press. 1971.
Kherdian, David. Homage to Adana. Fresno: Giligia Press. 1971.
Minasian, Khatchik. Five Poems. Mount Horeb: Perishable Press. 1971.
Raworth, Tom. Lion Lion. London: Trigram Press Limited. c. 1970.
Kherdian, David. An evening with Saroyan, the ghost of Shah-Mouradian, a review of Short Drive, Sweet Chariot. Fresno: Giligia Press. Monday, May 9, 1966. 1970.
MacAdams, Lewis. City Money. Oxford, England: Burning Waters, .
Veitch, Tom. My Father's Golden Eye. [New York]: Adventures in Poetry, .
Buxton, John. Byron and Shelley. London: Macmillan. 1968.
Cornish, Sam. Generations. [United States]: Beacon Press .
Kyger, Joanne. Desecheo Notebook. Berkeley, California: Arif Press. 1971.
MacAdams, Lewis Jr. Dance - As Individual Body-Power. [New York: The Institute of Further Studies. 1972].
Wylie, Andrew. Yellow Flowers. [United States of America]: Dot Books, ] [1972
ATOZ - '71-'72. Dedicated to Aram Saroyan. n.p. n.d.
Berkson, Bill. Recent visitors. n.p., Angel Hair Books, [c. 1973].
Brodey, Jim. Breathlahem. New York: Sun Spot, [
Creeley, Robert. Contexts of poetry: interviews 1961-1971. Bolinas, California: Four Seasons Foundation. 1973.
Creeley, Robert. His idea. n.p.: The Coach House Press, [c. 1973].
DeVore, Darrell. Pigmy Unit. n.p.: Books Too. n.d.
Loonin, Allen. Extension of crevice. Bolinas, California. 1971.
Meltzer, David. French broom. Bolinas, California. 1973.
Padgett, Ron and Tom Veitch. Antlers in the treetops. Toronto: The Coach House Press, .
Sander, Ellen. Trips. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, [c. 1973].
Waldman, Anne. Light and shadow. n.p. [c. 1972].
Berkson, Bill. Ants. Berkeley: Arif Press. 1974.
Berkson, Bill. 100 women. Chicago: Simon and Schuster. 1974.
Bockris-Wylie. Ali. New York: Freeway Press. 1974.
Hawkins, Bobbie. Fifteen poems. Berkeley: Arif Press. 1974.
Knott, Bill. Love poems to myself. Boston: Barn Dream Press. 1974.
Kyger, Joanne. Trucks:tracks. Bolinas: Mesa Press. 1974.
MacClain, Martin. The Bearing. San Francisco: Cranium Press. 1967.
MacClain, Martin. The dwelling poem. n.p.: no publisher. n.d.
Malanga, Gerard. Light/Licht. Göttingen, Germany: Expanded media editions. 1973.
Malanga, Gerard. 22 by Gerard Malanga. Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press. 1974.
Malanga, Gerard. Wheels of light. Dharmsala, India: White Light Foundation. 1972.
Palmer, Michael. The Circular Gates. Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press. 1974.
Pearlstein, Darlene. Rabbits, frogs and other mischief. Chicago: Yellow Press. 1973.
Waldman, Anne. Life notes. New York: Bobbs-Merrill Company. 1973.
Wolfe, Michael. How love gets around. Victoria, British Columbia: Soft Press. 1974.
About Time. Poems by Diana Der Hovanessian.
The Wounded Alphabet: Poems Collected & New 1953-1983, by George Hitchcock.
Love-Songs & Graffiti. Verse by Jack Little.
Forbidden Days of Ramazan. A novel by Lucik Melikian.
From Hunger to Caviar. A novel by Lucik Melikian.
Turtle Dream by Gerald Hausman. A Mariposa Book.
Stargazer by Gerald Hausman. Lotus Press.
The Feminization of America by Elinor Lenz and Barbara Myerhoff. Jeremy P. Tarcher. Inscribed by Elinor Lenz.
The State of California by Ted Pejovich. Knopf. Signed.
In the Name of Love by Jessica Lansing (David Ritz). A Jove Book.
Dreams by David Ritz. Berkeley.
Blue Notes Under a Green Felt Hat by David Ritz. Donald I. Fine.
Spring Thaw by S.L. Stebel. Walker and Company.
Pangolin Magazine. Blue Shadow Press. Ventura, California.
The Best of the Arcade Poetry Project. Ventura, California.
Anthologies Containing Works By Aram Saroyan
The American Literary Anthology / 1. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, [c. 1968].
An Anthology of Concrete Poetry, edited by Emmett Williams. New York: Something Else Press, Incorporated, [c. 1967].
Allstars, edited by Tom Clark. New York: Grossman Publishers, [c. 1972].
How porcupines make love, edited by Alan C. Purves. Lexington, Massachusetts: photocopy College Publishing, [c. 1972].
Probes; an introduction to poetry, William K. Harlan. New York: The Macmillan Company, [c. 1973].
Shake the kaleidoscope; a new anthology of modern poetry, edited by Milton Klonsky. New York: Pocket Books, [c. 1973].
Fathar 66. Bolinas: Duncan McNaughton. 1974.
Fillmer, H. Thompson, et al. Patterns of language. New York: American Book Company. 1974.
National Poetry Anthology. Clarkston, Georgia. De Kalb Literary Arts Journal, vol.7 no.2/4. n.d.
Swanger, David. The poem as process. New York: Harcourt, Brace Jovanovich. 1974.
Laughlin, James, et al. New Directions 33: An international anthology of prose and poetry. [New York]: [New Directions Publishing Corporation] [c. 1976].
--- Christmas card Little is what she is. Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1971.
Hand made poster announcing Aram Saroyan reading in Bolinas, California.
Saroyan, William. Peace, it's wonderful. New York: Modern Age Books. 1939.
8 envelopes of unsorted material & 1 poster.
Video tape of the graduation ceremony at Viewpoint School including Aram Saroyan's commencement address.
Correspondence, Individual: Coolidge - Malanga.
Matthau - Poetry: a.
Random House - Zukofsky.
Manuscript Material By Aram Saroyan
Published Material By Aram Saroyan
The Bolinas book. South Lancaster, Massachusetts, Other Publications. 1974.
Series 3: Aram Saroyan Literary Archives for 1988 1988
1. Abintra, the Bookseller.
2. Acacia Elementary School.
3. Admiral, Virginia.
4. Amnesty International.
5. Arbeeny, Karen Lee.
6. Armenian Assembly of America.
7. The Art Letter.
8. Aversano, Frank.
9. Aversano, Frank & Sally.
12. Bagatourian, Biana (student).
13. Bagdasarian, Armen.
14. Bailey, Rosemary and Miles, Barry.
15. Bartlett, Nancy.
17. Blatty, Mike & Sue.
18. Bonanno, David ( American Poetry Review).
20. The Bread and Roses Award.
21. Calder, Professor Daniel G. (UCLA).
22. Calder, Daniel G. and Carothers, Caryl (Friends of English, UCLA).
23. California Democratic State Party.
24. Carothers, Caryl (Friends of English, UCLA).
25. Chavez, Cesar.
26. Christian Appalachian Project.
27. Clarke, Wendy.
28. Cleary, Kristen.
29. Cockburn, Alexander.
31. Cohen, Ronny (The Art Letter).
32. Coleman, Wanda.
33. Cooper, Gail.
34. Crosscurrents (Short Fiction Symposium).
35. Dalkey Archive.
36. Darwent, Brian.
38. Dell Books.
41. Diehl, Digby & Kay.
42. Disabled American Veterans.
43. Dittrick, Lynn (MTM).
44. Dollars & Sense.
45. Dukakis, Michael S.
46. Dutton's Brentwood Bookstore.
47. Dvosin, Nora.
48. Dworkoski, Robert J. (Viewpoint School).
49. Espey, John.
50. Findon, Kathy (McGraw-Hill).
51. First Stage.
52. Fishman, Dr. Charles (SUNY Farmingdale).
53. Fishman, Charles & Ellen.
56. Fusion Video.
58. Galbraith, John Kenneth.
60. Gere, Richard (Tibet House).
61. Ginsberg, Meryl (UCLA--The Writers' Program).
62. Glazer, Lori (McGraw-Hill).
64. Goffin, Gerry.
67. Granger, John (University of California, San Diego).
69. Gregorian, Vartan.
70. Half Hollow Hills School District.
73. Healey, John G. (Amnesty International).
76. Hudgins, Chris (2--University of Nevada, Las Vegas).
77. Huerta, Dolores (United Farm Workers).
78. Human Rights Watch.
80. The Hydens (cousin & husband).
81. In These Times.
82. Jackson, Jesse.
83. Jay, Barbara.
85. Sam: Johnson's Bookshop.
86. Junker, Howard (Zyzzyva).
87. Karoff, Jeff.
90. Jan Kesner Gallery.
91. Kohn, Ben & Barbara.
92. Kolligian, Leo S.
93. Kornblum, Allan (Coffee House Press).
94. Krim, Seymour.
95. Laven, Connie Jo (Robert Kennedy Medical Center).
97. Leary, Timothy.
99. Library Journal.
100. Little, Jack W. (August -Armenian Heritage Project).
101. Long, Carole (Armenian Assembly of America).
103. Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
109. Manson, Joyce (UCLA Extension).
113. Matthau, Walter (step-father).
114. McCarthy, Mignon (student).
116. McGovern, George.
117. Melikian, Armen.
118. Melikian, Lucik.
119. Minasian, Helen.
120. Minasian, Vahan (cousin).
122. Nicaragua Medical Aid.
123. Niles, Charles (Boston University Library).
124. Ohannessian, Griselda ( New Directions).
125. Parisi, Joseph ( Poetry Magazine).
126. Parker, Janet (Thousand Oaks High School Librarian).
127. Peck, Michele.
131. Plowshares Defense Fund.
132. Price-Williams, Douglas (UCLA).
134. The Poetry Project.
136. Reichert, Amie.
137. Ritchie, Michael & Jimmie.
138. Robarts, Richard C. (Near East Foundation).
139. Rooks, Lois (At Home In New York).
140. Roosevelt, James (Social Security and Medicare).
142. Saroyan, Lucy (sister).
145. Segal, Susan (student).
146. Small World Books.
148. Somerville Sutton, Ginger (Sidwell Friends School).
149. Songwriters Hall of Fame.
150. Sonnenberg, Ben (Grand Street).
151. Sparks, Joan (Thousand Oaks Highschool).
152. Spellman, Erica (International Creative Management).
153. Stevens, Byam (The Writers Theater).
154. Stone, I.F.
155. Storace, Patricia ( The Paris Review).
156. Surovy, Nicolas.
157. Sykes, Michael (Floating Island Publications).
158. Tatum, Leigh & Frances (cousin & husband).
160. Tolhurst, Susan Mahoney.
161. Trinity Alumni Directory.
163. Tuttle-Mori Agency (A.S.'s agents in Japan).
165. van der Leeden, Ingrid (Delacourte Press).
166. Villamore, Paula.
167. Vonnegut, Kurt ( The Washington Spectator).
168. Voter Revolt.
171. UCLA Department of English.
172. UCLA Extention.
173. UCLA Friends of English.
175. Wanger, Shelley (Interview).
176. War Resisters League.
178. Watson, Jill (sister-in-law).
181. Whalen, Kathy Smart.
182. Widdifield, Helen E.
184. Writers Guild of America West.
186. Yaker, Diana (student).
2. The Romantic: Revisions.
13. Media & Reviews.
1. Episode 20.
2. Mead Composition Book labeled St. Elsewhere.
4. A copy of the Second Draft labeled 5 Way Split #1 and Frieda #1 of a storyline to be featured in Episode 20.
5. Loose sheets clipped together, including a copy of a news-clipping with the headline 5 Get Organs of One Slain Man; 7pp. from an Episcopal Church manual on the marriage ceremony; and 6pp. relating to speech impediments.
1. Notes on Armenian history by Aram Saroyan.
3. First draft.
The Light in New York.
1. Preface for The Light in New York.
4. Last Rites.
5. Death on the Upper East Side.
6. A letter to The Nation.
* A reading with Carolyn See at Beyond Baroque in Venice (California) on April 22, 1988.
* A reading/talk with Carolyn See for the UCLA Friends of English on April 27, 1988.
* Book Affaire. Luncheon and Autograph Party. A Benefit for the Robert F. Kennedy Medical Center at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel on (re The Romantic). November 6, 1988.
* A reading with Eloise Klein Healy at Gasoline Alley in Hollywood on November 13, 1988.
* A Book Signing for The Romantic at Dutton's Brentwood Bookstore in Los Angeles on December 1, 1988.
* A Book Signing for The Romantic at Hudson Book and News in Manhattan on December 9, 1988.
Series 4: Additions. July 1986
Galleys from Trio.
Trio: reviews, letters to the editor, etc.
Miscellaneous/Inserts and Notes.
Chapters from Trio:
Springtime in the Rockies.
Suburban Square and O'Sullivan in Spain.
The Brown Weekend.
The Sound of Love.
The Shoes in the Lobby.
The View From the Plaza.
The Last Fairy Tale.
Up Above the World.
Today: Interview notes, publicity for Trio.
Notes on manuscript.
The Matthaus at Home.
Pasternak and Mandelstam, Act 2.
Pasternak and Mandelstam.
On Writing Trio.
Archie Minasian's Party.
Revised A Merry Xmas to You, G.V.!
Ted Berrigan: A Personal Memoir.
Trio - synopses, etc.
Trio - articles, etc.
Trio - resources.
Books and magazines - includes advance uncorrected copy of Trio.
Books and magazines - includes videotape of an interview with A.S. re Trio. July 17, 1985.
Original typed manuscript of Trio.
Copy of Trio with revision notes by Joni Evans and Marjorie Williams (including first person material not in the manuscript).
Copy of Trio with revision notes by A.S.
Final master of manuscript before typed by the Linden Press typist ( January 1985).
Two books; correspondence of A.S.
Series 5: Additions. September 1986
Correspondence between A.S. and various persons. ca. 1985.
Chapters from Trio: Almost Christmas, etc.
Chapters from Trio: The Sound of Love, etc.
Chapters from Trio: The Last Fairy Tale, etc.
A Merry Christmas to You, Gloria Vanderbilt! (from Trio).
Typescript of Trio.
Corrected typed (by Linda Gaede) of Brown Weekend and Springtime (from Trio).
O'Sullivan in Spain (from Trio) original typed draft.
Springtime in the Rockies: original typed draft.
The Brown Weekend: first two typed drafts.
Correspondence with various publishers.
University of La Verne - yearbook, etc. Announcement of Aram Saroyan's talk at the campus ( November 9, 1984).
Posters With Short Poems By Aram Saroyan
Series 6: Aram Saroyan Literary Archives for 1989 1989
1. Abd al-Hayy Moore (formerly Daniel Moore).
2. Admiral, Virginia.
3. Alfs, Kate (Los Angeles Theater Works).
7. Amirkhanian, Ben (3--William Saroyan Festival).
8. Ararat Home of Los Angeles.
9. Archive Newsletter (3--Univeristy of California at San Diego).
11. Bantam Books News.
12. Berman, Alice Haigazian.
13. Bernstein, Pam (William Morris Agency).
14. Beyond Baroque.
16. Bonanno, David (4--The American Poetry Review).
18. Bowman, Valerie (student).
19. Brown, Jerry (California Democratic Victory Fund).
20. Cagney Enterprises.
21. California Arts Council.
23. California Poets in the Schools.
24. The Center for Victims of Torture.
25. Chambers, Constance (The Ford Foundation).
26. Chapman College.
28. Chavez, Cesar (United Farm Workers).
33. Cooper, Gail (Prudential Real Estate agent).
34. Copage, Eric ( The New York Times Magazine).
35. Danspace Project.
36. Dawson, Fielding.
37. Day, Doris (Animal League).
39. Diehl, Digby.
40. Dillingham, Leslie (Michael Chekhov Studio).
41. Disabled Veterans.
42. Dutton's Brentwood Bookstore.
44. Farrell, John (PEN Center U.S.A. West).
47. Foster Parents Plan.
48. Frank, Michael.
50. Fuentes, Manuel.
52. Gallery 454 North.
53. Gerber, Merrill Joan.
54. Glassgold, Peter (New Directions).
55. Glazer, Lori (McGraw Hill).
56. Goeke, John and Annie (cousin and husband).
58. Goldberg, Mr. & Mrs. Barry.
59. Goldsmith, Bruce.
61. Grapes, Jack.
64. Hamilton, Edward R.
65. Handgun Control.
66. K. Reed Harrison (City Council).
69. Haviland, Julia.
71. Helmer, Bonita.
73. Hill, Diane E.
74. Humanitarian Law Project (Romero).
75. Hyden, Charles (cousin and husband).
76. International Biographical Centre.
77. Izmirlian, Leon.
78. Jacoby, Herbert P. (attorney).
79. Jay, Barbara and Steve.
80. Jay, Steve.
82. Johnson, Janet (student).
83. Kennedy Library, John F.
85. Klein, Patsy.
86. Kranz, Paul (Medical Aid to Nicaragua).
87. Krim, Seymour.
88. Kristofferson, Kris and Lisa.
89. Kurefeld, Michael ( L.A. Weekly).
90. Lambert, Nancy (student).
95. Macklin, Elizabeth (Wigwag).
99. Marquis, P.M.
100. Matthau, Carol.
101. Matthau, Charles (half-brother).
102. Barbara Mathes Gallery.
103. Matthow, Michele.
104. McClanahan, Pauli.
105. McGrath (Gallery), Earl.
107. McGraw Hill.
108. Mehagian, Nancy (student).
109. Metzger, Deena.
111. Mitchell, John ( News-Chronicle).
114. Moore, Helen (formerly Mrs. Archie Minasian).
118. The National Humane Education Society.
119. Natwick, Myron (student).
120. NEST (New El Salvador Today).
122. Niles, Charles (Boston University Special Collections).
124. The New Yorker.
126. Ojai Valley Voice.
127. Oxfam America.
129. Paragon House.
130. Parisi, Joseph ( Poetry Magazine).
131. Partners of Conscience (Amnesty International).
132. Peabody, Judith (Gay Men's Health Crisis).
133. Peck, Michele.
136. Poetry on the Buses II.
137. Poets' Audio Center.
138. The Poetry Center.
139. The Poetry Project.
140. Pollack Media Group.
141. The Progressive.
142. Priestley, Dr. Joan.
143. Pruder, Elgin (maternal aunt's husband).
146. Ring, Frances.
149. Saroyan, Armenak (son).
150. Saroyan, Cream (daughter).
151. Saroyan, Lucy (sister).
153. William Saroyan Festival Committee.
154. Schimmelpfeng, Richard H. (University of Connecticut/Storrs Library).
155. Schallert, Edwin G. (Debevoise & Plimpton).
157. See, Lisa.
158. Sender-Barayon, Ramon.
159. Simmons, David (student).
160. Small World Books.
161. Small Press Distribution.
162. Smart-Whalen, Kathy.
163. Smith, Jennifer C. (assistant to Wendy Weil, former agent of Aram Saroyan).
164. South Huntington Schools.
165. Southern Illinois University Press.
166. Stebel, S.L.
167. Stevens, Byam (The Writers Theater).
169. Story Magazine/Richard Rosenthal.
170. Stuart, Ken (Paragon House).
172. Tatum, Leigh and Frances (cousin and husband).
173. Theater West.
174. Tolegian, Araks V. (August - widow of Manuel Tolegian).
175. The Trinity Alumni Review.
176. Tunick, Connie.
178. UCSB. (Santa Barbara).
179. University of Chicago Press.
180. Vagabond Books.
181. Virginia Center for the Arts.
183. Wanger, Shelley (Interview).
184. Ware, Ciji.
185. Watson, Richard and Jill (sister-in-law and husband).
186. The Washington Spectator.
187. Weaver, Dan (editor at McGraw-Hill).
188. Weil, Wendy (former agent).
189. Weiss, Eric (Westwood One).
191. Wooldridge, Susan.
192. Words Project for Aids.
195. Yellow Press.
196. Zipper, Andi (McGraw Hill).
197. Z Magazine.
198. Zyzzyva (magazine).
3. The original typed manuscript of the novel with holograph corrections.
Original Manuscripts of Poems
2. Eleven Poems.
The Light in New York.
Bound Galleys and Review Copy