Inventory of the Gary Snyder Papers D-050

Sara Gunasekara and Melissa Tyler
University of California, Davis Library, Dept. of Special Collections
September 2003
1st Floor, Shields Library, University of California
100 North West Quad
Davis, CA 95616-5292
speccoll@ucdavis.edu

Note

Collection processed and described by Sara Gunasekara and Melissa Tyler. The finding aid was encoded using UC Davis EAD MySQL application and XSL transformed XML files. Application and XSLT stylesheets created by Jared Campbell and Jim Sylva.


Language of Material: English
Contributing Institution: University of California, Davis Library, Dept. of Special Collections
Title: Gary Snyder Papers
Creator: Snyder, Gary (1930-)
Identifier/Call Number: D-050
Physical Description: 275.2 linear feet
Date (inclusive): 1910-2018
Date (bulk): 1945-2009
Abstract: The Gary Snyder Papers document the personal and professional activities of Gary Snyder (1930- ), poet, essayist, translator, Zen Buddhist, environmentalist, lecturer, and teacher. Snyder is considered one of the most significant environmental writers of the twentieth century and a central figure in environmental activism. He wrote more than twenty books of poetry and prose including his forty-year work Mountains and Rivers Without End and Turtle Island, for which he won the 1975 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry. The collection spans the years 1910-2009 (1945-2002 bulk) and continues to grow. Drafts as well as final versions of poems and prose pieces are found in the collection along with correspondence, recordings of poetry readings and interviews, subject files, manuscripts and publications by other authors, serials, ephemera, and memorabilia.

Access

Collection is open for research with the exception of fourteen letters in Series 2, Box 214 which are restricted until September 8, 2038. Appropriate reading room rules and forms required for use.

Publication Rights

The Library holds physical ownership of the Gary Snyder Papers. Copyright to the materials found in the Gary Snyder Papers are protected by copyright law, chapter 17, of the U.S. Code. Users are responsible for satisfying any claimants of literary property. Requests to publish or use materials requires the "Requests for Permission to Use Materials Owned by UC Davis Library, Special Collections" and clearance by copyright holders.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Gary Snyder Papers, D-050, Special Collections, UC Davis Library, University of California, Davis.

Acquisition Information

Special Collections began acquiring the collection from Gary Snyder in 1983. As of 2003, the collection consists of 270 linear feet and it continues to grow.

Processing Information

In October 2002, the General Library, Department of Special Collections at the University of California, Davis was awarded an $86,765 grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services, Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) administered by the California State Librarian to develop a finding aid for the Gary Snyder Papers to be mounted on the Online Archive of California (OAC). The project was also supported by in-kind funds from the General Library, University of California, Davis to process the collection. Additionally, the grant provided for the cataloging of a select group of monographs and serials in the Papers to make them accessible through the OCLC union catalog.
Daryl Morrison, Head of Special Collections, served as Project Manager. She administered the grant project, set work goals, held weekly meetings to discuss technical issues, and provided reports. The Gary Snyder Grant Project Advisory Committee evaluated progress on the grant project and provided technical advice. Sara Gunasekara and Melissa Tyler were the Project Archivists. In 1995, Pamela Pogojeff and John Skarstad created a finding aid for material that had been acquired through the year 1983. Skarstad also assisted the archivists by providing historical background information on the collection. Gunasekara and Tyler arranged and described the material acquired since 1983 and reprocessed and integrated the earlier accession into a unified collection of 270 linear feet of material. As they created the new finding aid, the archivists entered their data into the locally developed Encoded Archival Description (EAD) Creation Application and XML templates. Jared Campbell, the project's Finding Aid Encoder/Metadata Coordinator and technical advisor, prepared the final version of the EAD finding aid for mounting on OAC. Programmer Jim Sylva provided additional technical support by designing XML templates and XSLT stylesheets. Special Collections student assistants Jenny Hodge, Debbie Pan, and Renee Therriault performed data entry work.
John Sherlock, Rare Books Librarian and principal author of the grant proposal, selected and directed materials to Monographs and Serials Cataloging. Original Cataloger, Elaine Franco, and Copy Cataloger Loretta Firestone provided cataloging from the Monographs Department, headed by Karleen Darr. Pat French, Head of Serials, oversaw serials cataloging by Willy Maulit. Assistance in translating Chinese and Japanese language materials was provided by East Asian Librarian Annie Lin, Japanese Language Specialist Terri Matsumura, and Chinese Language Cataloger Carolyn Geng.

Biographical Narrative

Poet, essayist, translator, Zen Buddhist, environmentalist, and teacher, Gary Snyder made an indelible mark on late-twentieth century thought. He is considered one of the most significant environmental writers of the twentieth century and a central figure in environmental activism.
Snyder wrote more than twenty books of poetry and prose including: Riprap (1959), Myths & Texts (1960), Riprap & Cold Mountain Poems (1965), A Range of Poems (1966), The Back Country (1967), Earth House Hold: Technical Notes & Queries for Fellow Dharma Revolutionaries (1969), Regarding Wave (1970), Turtle Island (1974), The Old Ways (1977), The Real Work: Interviews & Talks, 1964-1979 (1980), Axe Handles (1983), Passage Through India (1983), Left Out in the Rain: New Poems 1947-1985 (1986), The Practice of the Wild (1990), No Nature: New and Selected Poems (1992), A Place in Space: Ethics, Aesthetics, and Watersheds, New and Selected Prose (1995), Mountains and Rivers Without End (1996), The Gary Snyder Reader (1999), The High Sierra of California (2002), and Look Out: A Selection of Writings (2002).
In addition to his books, Snyder contributed his works of poetry and prose to numerous journals and anthologies. He often provided introductions and prefaces to scholarly translations, Buddhist studies, and poetry books. His writings have been translated into a number of languages, and he has been the subject of several critical books and many interviews.
Gary Sherman Snyder was born to Harold and Lois Snyder on May 8, 1930 in San Francisco, California. The family soon moved to the Pacific Northwest, to start a small dairy farm north of Seattle, Washington. His sister, Anthea, was born in 1932. The family moved to Portland, Oregon, in 1942. Snyder climbed Mt. St. Helens in 1945; and a year later he joined the Portland Mazamas, a mountaineering club. Throughout his life he has continued to climb mountains and take long wilderness hikes. During his high school years, he held a number of part-time jobs including working at a camp on Spirit Lake in Washington and as a copy boy for the Portland Oregonian.
In 1947, Snyder graduated from Lincoln High School and enrolled at Reed College. He published his first poems in the campus literary magazine, Janus. While at Reed, he met fellow poets Philip Whalen and Lew Welch who would become his lifelong friends. Snyder graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and Anthropology in 1951. His senior thesis was later published as the book, He Who Hunted Birds in His Father's Village: The Dimensions of a Haida Myth (1979).
Snyder spent the summer of 1951 working as a timber scaler on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation on the east side of the Oregon Cascades. Following the summer job, he hitchhiked to Indiana University to begin graduate study in Anthropology. It was on the trip east to Indiana that Snyder had a revelation that constituted a real turning point in his life. In an interview with the Commonwealth Club on May 15, 2002, Snyder described the incident, "In the middle of Nevada, on old Interstate 40, there was a period of about five hours where nobody would give me a ride. As I stood there in the middle of the sagebrush flats, I was reading through a chapter of Suzuki's Essays in Zen Buddhism, First Series, and I hit on some phrases that turned my mind totally around. I knew that I wouldn't last at Indiana, and that I would soon be heading in the other direction back toward Asia, but I had to complete my short-term karma. So I did finish out that semester and then went back to the West Coast."
By spring 1952, Snyder was living with Philip Whalen in San Francisco and taking on odd jobs in order to support himself. During the early 1950's, Snyder returned several times to the forests and mountains of the Pacific Northwest for summer employment including stints as a choker-setter for the Warm Springs Lumber Company and as a fire lookout. From 1953 to 1955, he lived in a tiny cottage near campus as he pursued graduate studies in the Department of East Asian Languages at the University of California, Berkeley. It was while he was at Berkeley that Snyder met Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac.
In October 1955, Snyder and Ginsberg hosted a poetry reading at the Six Gallery in San Francisco. Snyder, Ginsberg, Philip Lamantia, Michael McClure, and Philip Whalen read, and Kenneth Rexroth acted as master of ceremonies. Snyder read his poem, "A Berry Feast." Jack Kerouac recalled this event in The Dharma Bums (1958) and used Snyder as the basis for the book's fictional hero, Japhy Ryder, a Beat poet, Asian scholar, and mountain climber. In the early months of 1956, Snyder moved into a cabin in Mill Valley and Kerouac later joined him there. Snyder named the place, Marin-an -- Japanese for "Horse Grove Hermitage" for the adjacent meadow with its grazing mares.
In May 1956, Snyder left for Japan to study and work at a Buddhist temple, Shokoku-ji, in conjunction with the activities of the First Zen Institute of America's Kyoto facility. He took a job, in August 1957, as a wiper in the engine room of the S.S. Sappa Creek and was at sea for eight months until the ship reached the United States in April 1958. He spent the next nine months involved in the San Francisco Bay Area literary scene before returning, in early 1959, to Kyoto, where he began studying under Oda Sesso Roshi at the Daitoku-ji monastery. During this time, Snyder's first book Riprap was published, printed in Kyoto by Cid Corman and distributed through City Lights Books.
Snyder married Joanne Kyger in Kyoto in February 1960. From late 1961 to early 1962, the pair spent six months travelling in Sri Lanka, India, and Nepal. They joined Allen Ginsberg in New Delhi and visited with the Dalai Lama in Dharamshala. Snyder returned to San Francisco in May 1964, and that fall he taught English classes at the University of California, Berkeley. Snyder and Kyger divorced in 1965, and he returned to Japan in October of that year.
On August 6, 1967, Snyder married Masa Uehara. The ceremony took place on the rim of an active volcano on Suwa-no-se, a small island north of Okinawa. Suwa-no-se was the site of the Banyan Ashram, founded by Nanao Sakaki, a poet, World War II veteran, and Japanese cultural radical. In 1967, Snyder briefly lived at the Banyan Ashram with the group of young people who gathered around Sakaki and called themselves Buzoku or Tribe.
In April 1968, Snyder's first son, Kai, was born in Kyoto. The family left Japan in December 1968 to make their home in California. A second son, Gen, was born in 1969. In 1970, Snyder took up residence with his wife and two young sons on San Juan Ridge, in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, near Nevada City, California. With students and friends, Snyder built his home and named it Kitkitdizze, a Native American (Wintun) word for a local plant with a unique and pungent aroma. Snyder and Uehara divorced in 1989.
Snyder was a founding member of the "Ring of Bone" Zendo, a country-based Mahayana Buddhist sangha, which is located on his property on San Juan Ridge. Meetings and sesshin were first held in Snyder's barn in the 1970's and later moved to the Zendo after it was constructed in 1982. The Zendo was named "Ring of Bone" after the poem by Lew Welch. Although the Zendo is an affiliate of the Diamond Sangha in Hawaii, it functions as a completely independent and self-governing church.
Using Kitkitdizze as his home base, Snyder toured extensively, giving readings and talks, doing what he termed, "hunting and gathering." In addition to his numerous appearances in the United States and Canada, his lecture tours took him to Australia in 1981, Sweden, Scotland, and England in 1982, Taiwan in 1990, Spain in 1992, Ireland in 1995, and Greece and the Czech Republic in 1998, Korea and Japan in 2000, Japan and France in 2002, and Japan again in 2003.
Snyder married Carole Koda in April 1991 in a ceremony at Kitkitdizze. She is a writer and has two daughters, Mika and Robin. Of Japanese-American heritage, Koda grew up in the South Dos Palos area of the San Joaquin Valley of California on a large rice farm that had first been planted by her father's parents. Her father researched and founded the "Kokuho Rose" line of rice and was a pioneer in using airplanes to plant rice from the air.
Snyder became a faculty member in the Department of English at the University of California, Davis in 1986. He was instrumental in founding the "Nature and Culture" program (1993), an undergraduate academic major for students of society and the environment. He was also active in establishing "The Art of the Wild" (1992), an annual conference on wilderness and creative writing. The Academic Senate selected Snyder as the 2000 Faculty Research Lecturer, the University of California, Davis' highest faculty peer honor. He retired in 2002.
Recognition of Snyder's achievements includes the 1975 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry for his book Turtle Island, his appointment to the California Arts Council (1975-1979), and his induction into both the American Academy of Arts and Letters (1987) and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (1993). After his long poem cycle and forty-year work, Mountains and Rivers Without End, was published, he was presented with the 1997 Bollingen Prize for Poetry. In conferring the award, the judges observed, "Gary Snyder through a long and distinguished career, has been doing what he refers to in one poem as 'the real work.' 'The real work' refers to writing poetry, an unprecedented kind of poetry, in which the most adventurous technique is put at the service of the great themes of nature and love. He has brought together the physical life and the inward life of the spirit to write poetry as solid and yet as constantly changing as the mountains and rivers of his American -- and -- universal landscape." Snyder received the Lila Wallace Reader's Digest Grant in 1998. Also in 1998, he was honored with the Bukkyo Dendo Kyokai (Society for the Propagation of Buddhism) award for his outstanding contributions in linking Zen thought and respect for the natural world across a lifelong body of poetry and prose. In 2001, he was awarded the California State Library Gold Medal for Excellence in the Humanities and Science.
Snyder continues his writing career at Kitkitdizze.
A detailed chronology follows this biography.
Sources:
"A Brief Biography." University of California, Davis. Dept. of English website. http://www.english.ucdavis.edu/faculty/snyder/a_brief_biography.htm  Accessed August 20, 2003.
Donahue, James J. Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 275: Twentieth-Century American Nature Writers: Prose. A Bruccoli Clark Layman Book. Edited by Roger Thompason, Virginia Military Institute, and J. Scott Bryson, Mount St. Mary's College. Gale Group, 2003. pp. 294-302.
"Gary Snyder: A Brief Biography." Stanford Humanities Center, "Mountains and Rivers" workshop website. http://shc.stanford.edu/shc/1997-1998/97-98workshops/Gary.Snyder.html  Accessed Sept. 29, 2003.
"Gary Snyder & John Suiter, In Conversation-May 15, 2002." Commonwealth Club website. http://www.commonwealthclub.org/archive/02/02-05snyder-suiter-speech.html  Accessed August 27, 2003.
McLeod, Dan. "Gary Snyder." Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 16: The Beats: Literary Bohemians in Postwar America. Detroit: Gale Research Co., 1983. p. 486-500.
Murphy, Patrick D. A Place for Wayfaring: The Poetry and Prose of Gary Snyder. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University Press, 2000.
Ring of Bone Zendo Newsletter. Oct. 15, 1986; March 10, 1987; March 7, 1988.
Snyder, Gary, Wendell Berry, and Carole Koda. Three on Community. Boise, Idaho: Limberlost Press, 1996.
Suiter, John. Poets on the Peaks: Gary Snyder, Philip Whalen, and Jack Kerouac in the North Cascades. Washington, D.C.: Counterpoint, 2002.
Yamazato, Katsunori. "Snyder, Sakaki, and the Tribe." Gary Snyder: Dimensions of a Life. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 1991.

Gary Snyder Chronology

1930 Gary Snyder born (May 8) in San Francisco, California, first of two children born to Harold and Lois Wilkie Snyder.
1932 Snyder's family moves to country land near Lake City, Washington and starts a small dairy.
  Sister, Anthea, born.
1942 Family moves to Portland, Oregon.
1943-1945 Enters high school in Portland.
  Works summers at camp on Spirit Lake, Washington.
  Summer of 1945 climbs Mt. St. Helens.
1946-1947 Joins the Portland Mazamas, a mountaineering club.
  Works summers for United Press and as a copy boy for the Portland Oregonian.
  Graduates from Lincoln High School.
  Climbs a number of Pacific Northwest snowpeaks.
1947 Summer, backpacks in the southern Washington Cascades.
  Climbs Mt. Rainier.
  Begins undergraduate study at Reed College, Portland, Oregon.
1948 Summer, hitchhikes to New York City, gets seaman's papers and ships out in the Marine Cooks and Stewards Union.
  Visits Colombia and Venezuela.
1949 Summer, works on the trail crew for the U.S. Forest Service, Columbia National Forest (now the Gifford Pinchot National Forest).
1950 Publishes first poems in Reed College student publication Janus.
  Marries Alison Gass.
  Summer, works for U.S. Park Service excavating the archaelogical site of old Fort Vancouver.
1951 Spring, graduates from Reed College with BA in Anthropology and Literature, senior thesis, The Dimensions of a Haida Myth.
  Summer, works as timber scaler on Warm Springs Indian Reservation, backpacks in the Olympic Mountains.
  Fall, begins graduate program in Anthropology at Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, but stays only one semester.
1952 Spring, returns to San Francisco, does odd jobs, lives with poet Philip Whalen.
  Summer, works as lookout at Crater Mountain, Mt. Baker National Forest.
  Divorces Alison Gass.
1953 Summer, works as a lookout in Mt. Baker National Forest on Sourdough Mountains, works on Myths & Texts.
  Fall, meets Kenneth Rexroth.
1953-1955 Graduate student, East Asian Languages Department, University of California, Berkeley.
1954 Summer and fall, works as choker-setter for Warm Springs Lumber Company, Oregon.
1955 Summer, works on trail crew, Yosemite National Park.
  Long backpack trip in the Minarets and headwaters of the Kern.
  Fall, continues East Asian language study at U.C. Berkeley and translates Han-Shan.
  Meets Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac in San Francisco.
  Poetry reading at Six Gallery in San Francisco.
  Lives with Jack Kerouac in cabin in Mill Valley.
1956 May, by freighter to Kyoto, Japan, lives in Zen Temple Shokoku-ji.
  Studies under Miura Isshu Roshi.
  Summer, with Japanese climber friends, backpacks and climbs in the Northern Japanese Alps.
1957 August, boards S.S. Sappa Creek in Yokohama, works as wiper in engine room.
  Visits Persian Gulf five times, Italy, Sicily, Turkey, Okinawa, Wake, Guam, Ceylon, Samoa, Hawaii.
1958 April, disembarks in San Pedro, returns to San Francisco.
  Shares Marin cabin with Lew Welch, spends nine months involved in the literary scene.
1959 Returns to Kyoto, Japan and begins study under Oda Sesso Roshi at the Daitoku-ji monastery.
  Riprap published, printed in Kyoto and sold through City Lights Books, San Francisco.
1960 Myths & Texts published by Totem Press.
  Marries Joanne Kyger in Kyoto.
1961-1962 Kyger and Snyder go to India by boat, travel extensively in Sri Lanka, India, and Nepal.
  Join Allen Ginsberg in New Delhi.
  Visit with the Dalai Lama in Dharamshala.
1963 Allen Ginsberg visits Kyoto.
  Snyder and Ginsberg first meet poet Nanao Sakaki.
1964 May, Snyder returns to the West Coast.
  Summer, long backpack trip in the Sierra in Bubbs Creek country.
  Fall, teaches English poetry workshops and classes at U.C. Berkeley.
1965 Summer, participates in Berkeley Poetry Conference (Robert Duncan, Charles Olson, Jack Spicer, James Koller, Lew Welch, Allen Ginsberg, and others.)
  Long trip with Ginsberg to British Columbia where the two climb Glacier Peak in the North Cascades.
  October, returns to Japan.
  Six Sections from Mountains and Rivers Without End published by Grey Fox Press.
  Kyger and Snyder divorce.
1966 Meets Masa Uehara.
  Visits U.S., participates in the "Gathering of the Tribes" in Golden Gate Park.
  A Range of Poems published in England.
  Oda Sesso Roshi dies.
1967 March, returns to Japan.
  Summer at Banyan Ashram on Suwa-no-se Island in the East China Sea.
  Marries Masa Uehara there.
  Winter, studies with Nakamura Sojun Roshi at Daitokuji.
1968 Son, Kai, born in Kyoto.
  Returns to U.S., receives Levinson Prize from Poetry (Chicago), and is awarded Guggenheim Fellowship.
  Publishes The Back Country.
  Father, Harold Snyder dies.
1969 Son, Gen, is born.
  Earth House Hold published.
  Summer, backpacks with Nanao Sakaki in high Sierra.
  Visits environmental activists around the U.S., distributes "Smokey the Bear Sutra" at Sierra Club Wilderness Conference, San Francisco.
1970 Moves to San Juan Ridge, north of the South Yuba river, in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada.
  Builds his house, "Kitkitdizze," with friends and students.
  Regarding Wave published.
1971 Reads paper, "The Wilderness" at the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Santa Barbara.
1972 June, attends United Nations Conference on the Environment, Stockholm, Sweden.
  July, travels throughout Hokkaido, Japan researching wildlife, climbs in the Daisetsu Mountain Range.
1973 The Fudo Trilogy published.
1974 Turtle Island published.
1975 Awarded Pulitzer Prize for Poetry for Turtle Island.
  First MLA panel on Snyder's poetry held in San Francisco.
1975-1979 Appointed member of the Board of the California Arts Council.
1976 First critical book-length study of Snyder's work published: Bob Steuding, Gary Snyder.
1977 The Old Ways published.
1979 He Who Hunted Birds in His Father's Village: The Dimensions of a Haida Myth (based on Reed College thesis) published.
1980 The Real Work: Interviews & Talks 1964-1979 published.
1981 Summer, trip with family to Japan.
  Fall, poetry readings in Australia with Nanao Sakaki.
1982 Summer, "Ring of Bone" Zendo built.
  Fall, readings in Sweden, Scotland, and England.
1983 Axe Handles and Passage through India published.
  Second critical study, Gary Snyder's vision by Charles Molesworth, appears.
1984 Fall, travels in the Peoples' Republic of China as guest of the Writers' Union together with Toni Morrison, Maxine Hong Kingston, Allen Ginsberg, and others.
1986 Begins teaching at U.C. Davis.
  Left Out in the Rain published.
1987 Inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
  Travels in the Brooks Range of Alaska.
1989 Awarded the Fred S. Cody Memorial Award.
  Masa Uehara and Snyder divorce.
1990 Yuba Watershed Institute established.
  Readings in Taiwan.
  Practice of the Wild published.
1991 Marries Carole Koda.
  Fall, Snyder, Koda and Sakaki travel in Japan.
1992 Travels in Ladakh and readings in Spain.
  No Nature published.
1993 Elected into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
1994 Travels in Botswana and Zimbabwe with Kai and Gen Snyder.
1995 A Place in Space published.
  Readings in Ireland.
  Fall, trip to Nepal with Carole Koda and daughter, trek to Base Camp on Sagarmatha (Everest).
1996 Travels to France for cave art study.
  Mountains and Rivers Without End published.
1997 Awarded the Bollingen Prize for poetry and the John Hay Award for Nature Writing.
1998 Travels to Japan for Bukkyo Dendo Kyokai (Society for the Propagation of Buddhism) award.
  Readings in Greece and in the Czech Republic.
  Receives Lannan Award and a Lila Wallace Reader's Digest Grant to support literary and educational programs in the rural Sierra Nevada.
1999 Gary Snyder Reader published.
2000 Named U.C. Davis Faculty Research Lecturer.
2001 Awarded the California State Library Gold Medal for Excellence in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
2002 Retires from U.C. Davis.
  Look Out and The High Sierra of California published.

Scope and Contents

The Gary Snyder Papers illustrate the personal and professional activities of Gary Snyder's life. The collection spans the years 1910-2009, with the bulk of the material dating from 1945-2002. Drafts as well as final versions of poems and prose pieces are found in the collection along with correspondence, recordings of poetry readings and interviews, subject files, manuscripts and publications by other authors, serials, ephemera, and memorabilia.
The holdings of Snyder's works--poetry and prose drafts, research and lecture notes, translations, interviews, proofs, broadsides, and books--and Snyder's correspondence are especially rich. Among his correspondents are: Donald Allen, Peter Berg, Cid Corman, Peter Coyote, Robert Creeley, Bill Devall, Clayton Eshleman, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, Joanne Kyger, James Laughlin, Michael McClure, Kenneth Rexroth, George Sessions, Anne Waldman, Alan Watts, Lew Welch, and Philip Whalen.
The Gary Snyder Papers are divided into eleven series: 1. Works by Gary Snyder, 2. Correspondence, 3. About Gary Snyder and His Works, 4. Readings, Talks, and Workshops, 5. Files, 6. Others' Works, 7. Serials, 8. Audiovisual Materials, 9. Photographs, 10. Ephemera, and 11. Memorabilia.

Related Materials

MC007, Carpenter, Donald R. Correspondence. Donald R. Carpenter (1931-1995) was a close associate with Snyder in the post-Reed College days. This mini-collection contains letters, including some poetry, from Snyder to Carpenter from 1964-1973. Also included are letters from Michael McClure, Philip Whalen, and others.
D-121, Coyote, Peter. Papers. Peter Coyote, writer, director, and actor, was an early member of the San Francisco Mime Troupe (1965-1967), and a founding member of the San Francisco Diggers (1967-1970). The Coyote Papers contain correspondence from Snyder as well as from friends, actors, directors, and agents.
D-325, Kyoi/Kuksu. Archives.  Kyoi/Kuksu was a poetry magazine devoted to Northern California backcountry writers and artists. Snyder contributed poetry and prose to five of the six published issues of the magazine. The collection, which ranges from 1972-1977, contains correspondence and manuscript submissions from Snyder as well as many others. Also included are announcements, drawings, and production designs.
D485, McNeil, Katherine. Papers. McNeil compiled Gary Snyder: a Bibliography (1983). This mini-collection contains correspondence with Snyder's publishers, collectors, and friends that McNeil assembeled during the time she worked on the bibliography. In addition, there are 24 pieces of correspondence from Snyder answering various questions and providing background material. Also included are five audiocassettes that contain a biographical/bibliographical interview of Snyder.
D-124, Robertson, David. Papers. Robertson, professor at the University of California, Davis, since 1971, was a colleague of Snyder's in the English department. Robertson's book, Real Matter (1987) tells the stories of American authors (including Snyder) whose real life mountain adventures surface in their writings. Robertson's papers contain items relating to Real Matter, the U.C. Davis Nature and Culture program, and the Putah Creek Bioregion Project. Also included are his research materials (including correspondence and audiocassettes of interviews) for an unpublished book on the San Juan Ridge.
D-221, Sanfield, Steve. Papers. Sanfield, a resident of the San Juan Ridge, is a storyteller and poet. His papers contain journals, manuscripts, publications, audiocassettes, and ephemera relating to his life and career. Also included is correspondence from Snyder and many other individuals.
D-366, Uehara, Masa. Collection. This collection contains 113 letters from 1966-1981 written by Snyder to Masa Uehara, his former wife.
MC107, Whalen, Philip. Correspondence. Philip Whalen was a poet and close friend of Snyder's since their Reed College days. This mini-collection contains correspondence with Snyder, Robert Creeley, Michael McClure and others from 1979-1987.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Poets, American -- 20th century
American poetry -- 20th century
Authors, American -- 20th century
American literature -- 20th century
Environmental literature.
Beat generation.
Buddhism -- United States.
Snyder, Gary (1930-) -- Archives
Allen, Donald, 1912-2004
Berg, Peter
Corman, Cid
Coyote, Peter
Creeley, Robert, 1926-
Devall, Bill,--1938-
Eshelman, Clayton.
Kerouac, Jack,--1922-1969.
Kyger, Joanne.
Laughlin, James,--1914-
McClure, Michael.
Rexroth, Kenneth,--1905-
Sessions, George,--1938-
Waldman, Anne,--1945
Watts, Alan,--1915-1973.
Welch, Lew.
Whalen, Philip

 

Works by Gary Snyder Series 1 1945-2009

Physical Description: 40.8 linear feet

Scope and Contents

Includes published and unpublished works created by Gary Snyder and is divided into six subseries: Daily Records, Manuscripts, Monographs, Published In (Gary Snyder's contributions to books, periodicals, and other publications), Interviews, and Classroom Lecture Notes and Course Materials.
 

Daily Records Subseries 1.1 1947-2009

Physical Description: 6.0 linear feet

Scope and Contents

Snyder's journals (diaries), calendars, and account books. Calendars are wall calendars in which both family and professional engagements are noted. Account books record Snyder's purchases and, therefore, many of his activities.
 

Journals (Diaries) Subseries 1.1.1 1947-2009

Physical Description: 5.2 linear feet

Scope and Contents

Arranged chronologically.
Box I 84, folder 1

[Journal] 1947-1952

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 1, folder 1

Sourdough Mountain Journal, Summer 1953

Physical Description: 1 vol., 1 note.
Box I 84, folder 2

[Journal] 1953-1955

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 84, folder 3

[Journal] 1956-1958

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 1, folder 2

[Journal], no. 1 1957

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 1, folder 3

[Journal], no. 2 1957

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 1, folder 4

[Journal], no. 3 1957

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 1, folder 5

[Journal], no. 1 1958

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 1, folder 6

[Journal], no. 2 1958

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 1, folder 7

[Journal] Sept. 30, 1958-Dec.16, 1958

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 84, folder 4

[Journal] 1959-1961

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 1, folder 8

[Journal] 1959

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 1, folder 9

[Journal] 1960

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 84, folder 5

[Journal], India 1961-1962

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 85, folder 1

[Journal] 1962-1963

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 85, folder 2

[Journal] 1964

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 85, folder 3

[Journal] 1965

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 1, folder 10

Mountains and Revels, journal, Summer 1965

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 85, folder 4

[Journal] 1966

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 86, folder 1

[Journal] 1967

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 86, folder 2

[Journal], Summer on Suwa-no-sei 1967

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 86, folder 3

[Journal], Book 1 1968

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 86, folder 4

[Journal], Book 2 1968

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 86, folder 5

[Journal], Book 3 1968 September-1969 August

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 86, folder 6

[Journal], Book 4 1969 August 14-1970 August 8

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 86, folder 7

[Journal], Book 5 1970 August 17-1971 September 2

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 87, folder 1

[Journal], Book 6 1971 September 3-1972 June 4

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 87, folder 2

[Journal], Book 7 1972 June 5-1972 August 15

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 87, folder 2

[Journal], Book 8 1972 August 16-1973 August 29

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 87, folder 4

[Journal], Book 9 1973 September 3-1974 August 31

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 1, folder 11

Thorofare Meadow Trip, journal Sept. 1974

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 87, folder 5

[Journal], Book 10 1974 September 1-1975 December 2

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 88, folder 1

[Journal], Book 11 1975 December 3-1976 December 31

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 88, folder 2

[Journal], Book 12 1977

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 88, folder 3

[Journal], Book 14 1978 October 1-1979 August 24

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 88, folder 4

[Journal], Book 15 1979 August 24-1980 August 24

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 88, folder 5

[Journal], Book 16 1980 August 25-1981 May 28

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 89, folder 1

[Journal], Book 17 1981 May 31-1981 July 31

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 88, folder 6

[Journal], Book 17A, Japan Notes 1981 June-July

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 89, folder 2

[Journal], Book 18, Australia 1981 August 13-1981 October 27

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 89, folder 3

[Journal], Book 19 1981 October 31-1982 May 6

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 89, folder 4

[Journal], Book 20 1982 May 15-1982 November 8

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 89, folder 5

[Journal], Book 21 1982 November 12-1983 June 1

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 89, folder 6

[Journal], Book 22 1983 June 4-1984 October 15

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 90, folder 1

[Journal], Book 23.1, China 1984 October 16-1984 December 9

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 90, folder 2

[Journal], Book 23.2, China Studies 1985 March-April

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 90, folder 3

[Journal], Book 25 1985 May 7-1985 June 13

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 90, folder 4

[Journal], Book 26 1985 June 23-1985 December 31

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 90, folder 5

[Journal], Book 27.1 1986

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 90, folder 6

[Journal], Book 27.2, Tatshenshini Noatak 1986 July 29-1986 August 22

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 90, folder 7

[Journal], Book 28 1987

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 91, folder 1

[Journal], Book 29 1988

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 91, folder 2

[Journal], Book 30 1989

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 1, folder 12

Chronological Work Diary, Last Year of The Practice of the Wild Jan. 10, 1989-Feb. 3, 1990

Physical Description: 20 leaves.
Box I 91, folder 3

[Journal], Book 31 1990

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 91, folder 4

[Journal], Book 32 1991

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 91, folder 5

[Journal], Book 33 1992

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 91, folder 6

[Journal], Book 34 1993

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 91, folder 7

[Journal], Book 35 1994

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 92, folder 1

[Journal], Book 36 1995

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 92, folder 2

[Journal], Book 37 1996

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 92, folder 3

[Journal], Book 38 1997

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 92, folder 4

[Journal], Book 39 1998

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 92, folder 5

[Journal], Book 40 1999

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 92, folder 6

[Journal], Book 41 2000

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 93, folder 1

[Journal], Book 42 2001

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 93, folder 2

[Journal], Book 43 2002

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 93, folder 3

[Journal], Book 44 2003

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 93, folder 4

[Journal], Book 45 2004

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 93, folder 5

[Journal], Book 46 2005

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 93, folder 6

[Journal], Book 47 2006

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 95, folder 1

[Journal], Book 48 2007

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 95, folder 2

[Journal], Book 49 2008

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 95, folder 3

[Journal], Book 50 2009

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 94, folder I 94

[Further journal transcriptions] 1988-2003

 

Calendars Subseries 1.1.2 1979-1989

Physical Description: 0.2 linear feet

Scope and Contents

Arranged chronologically.
Box Legal 1, folder 1

Wall calendar with notes on family and professional engagements 1979

Physical Description: 1 calendar
Box Legal 1, folder 2

Wall calendar with notes on family and professional engagements 1981

Physical Description: 1 calendar
Box Legal 1, folder 3

Wall calendar with notes on family and professional engagements 1982

Physical Description: 1 calendar
Box Legal 1, folder 4

Wall calendar with notes on family and professional engagements 1984

Physical Description: 1 calendar
Box I 2, folder 1

Wall calendar with notes on family and professional engagements 1984

Physical Description: 1 calendar.
Box I 2, folder 2

Wall calendar with notes on family and professional engagements 1985

Physical Description: 1 calendar
Box I 2, folder 3

Wall calendar with notes on family and professional engagements 1987

Physical Description: 1 calendar
Box I 2, folder 4

Wall calendar with notes on family and professional engagements 1988

Physical Description: 1 calendar
Box I 2, folder 5

Wall calendar with notes on family and professional engagements 1989

Physical Description: 1 calendar
 

Account Books Subseries 1.1.3 1964-1978

Physical Description: 0.2 linear feet

Scope and Contents

Arranged chronologically.
Box I 2, folder 6

Account book 1964-1968

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 2, folder 7

Account book 1969-1972

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 2, folder 8

Account book with financial record enclosed 1973-1978

Physical Description: 1 vol., 1 envelope, 2 leaves
 

Manuscripts Subseries 1.2 1945-2000

Physical Description: 8.2 linear feet

Scope and Contents

Arranged alphabetically by title. Includes notes, hand-written and typed poetry and prose drafts, and proofs. Manuscripts of published works have been filed under the published title. The first line was used for untitled poetry. Genre terms (i.e., blurb, notes, etc.) were assigned to untitled prose. Titles created by library staff were placed in brackets. Some of the works contained in the manuscripts subseries are drafts of or notes for talks and readings. See also, drafts and notes in Series 4, Readings, Talks, and Workshops; and recordings of Snyder's talks and readings in Series 8, Audiovisual Materials.
Box I 3, folder 1-3

Across Lamarck Col., poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 3, folder 4-6

Affluence, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 3, folder 7

After Ramprasad Sen, poem ca. 1961

Physical Description: 1 leaf.
Box I 3, folder 8

Against the San Juan Ridge County Water District, prose 1972

Physical Description: 4 leaves.
Box I 3, folder 9

Aged Tamba Temple Plum Tree Song, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 3, folder 10

Alabaster, poem Dec. 22, 1970

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 3, folder 11-13

Alaska, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 3, folder 14

Alibi for a Vagabond, poem Nov. 4, 1945

Physical Description: 1 leaf.
Box I 3, folder 15-17

All in the Family, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 3, folder 18-21

All Over the Dry Grasses, poem undated

Physical Description: 4 drafts/6 leaves
Box I 3, folder 22

[All things are impermanent...], poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 3, folder 23

Alysoun, poem 1955

Physical Description: 1 leaf.
Box I 3, folder 24

[American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, nominations for membership], including nomination of Wendell Berry 1988-1990

Physical Description: 93 leaves.
Box I 3, folder 25-30

Ami, poem undated

Physical Description: 6 drafts/6 leaves
Box I 3, folder 31-33

Among, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 3, folder 34

Anasazi, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf.
Box I 3, folder 35

Ancient Forests of the Far West, a synopsis of the paper given at the 11th Annual American Studies Conference, University of the Ryukyus Nov. 25, 1989

Physical Description: 2 leaves.
Box I 3, folder 36-37

Another for the Same, poem 1955-1956

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 3, folder 38-41

Anuradhapura City of the Pleiades, poem undated

Physical Description: 4 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 3, folder 42-43

Arktos, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 3, folder 44

Arts Councils, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf.
Box I 3, folder 45-46

The Arts in California, prose undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/5 pp.
Box I 3, folder 47

As for Poets, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 leaves.
Box I 3, folder 48-50

Asleep on the Beach, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/6 leaves
Box I 3, folder 51

At Kitano Shrine for the Fair, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf.
Box I 3, folder 52-55

At North Star Christian University in Hokkaido, poem undated

Physical Description: 4 drafts/5 leaves
Box I 3, folder 56

At the Ibaru Family Tomb, poem June 1981

Physical Description: 1 leaf.
Box I 3, folder 57-58

At White River Roadhouse in the Yukon, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 3, folder 59-63

August on Sourdough, A Visit from Dick Brewer, poem undated

Physical Description: 5 drafts/5 leaves
Box I 3, folder 64

August was Foggy, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf.
Box I 3, folder 65

An Autumn Poem, poem 1950

Physical Description: 1 leaf.
Box I 3, folder 66-68

Avocado, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 3, folder 69-73

Axe Handles, poem undated

Physical Description: 5 drafts/6 leaves
Box I 3, folder 74

Axe Handles, book, working copy 1983

Physical Description: 88 pp.
Box I 3, folder 75

Axe Handles, book, final typed copy 1983

Physical Description: 90 pp.
Box I 4, folder 1-2

Axe Handles, book, proofs set 1983

Physical Description: 116 pp., 1 envelope
Box I 4, folder 3

The Back Country, "Contents," and statements about publication history undated

Physical Description: 5 Leaves
Box I 4, folder 4

Bakers Cabin on Boone's Ferry Road, poem 1952

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 4, folder 5

Banaras, prose Feb. 14, 1962

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 4, folder 6-7

The Bath, poem April 6, 1971

Physical Description: 2 drafts/7 pp.
Box I 4, folder 8-10

Beating the Average, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 4, folder 11

Beating Wings, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 4, folder 12-14

The Bed in the Sky, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 4, folder 15-16

Bedrock, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 4, folder 17-18

Before the Stuff Comes Down, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 4, folder 19

Bellyfulls, by Nanao Sakaki, English translation by Neale Hunter [and Gary Snyder] undated

Physical Description: 4 pp.
Box I 4, folder 20-21

Bellyfulls, by Nanao Sakaki, English translation by Neale Hunter [and Gary Snyder], with note by Snyder; and " from Au I lu mahara," by Tetsuo Nagazawa, English translation by Snyder; May 1964

Physical Description: 2 drafts/20 pp.
Box I 4, folder 22-23

Beneath my Hand and Eye the Distant Hills, Your Body, poem Jan. 18, 1965

Physical Description: 2 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 4, folder 24-25

A Berry Feast, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/11 pp.
Box I 4, folder 26-29

Berry Territory, poem undated

Physical Description: 4 drafts/5 pp.
Box I 4, folder 30

Beyond Survival, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 4, folder 31

[Bibliography (1950-1959)], Secondary Poems undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 4, folder 32

[Bibliography (1954-1981)], Publishing Record ca. 1981

Physical Description: 18 pp.
Box I 4, folder 33

[Bibliography (1956-1962)], record of published poems undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 4, folder 34

[Bibliography (1959-1996)], Gary Snyder Brief Bibliography/Books in Print ca. 1999

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 4, folder 35

[Bibliography (1961-1985)], Published (and a Few Not) Prose ca. 1985

Physical Description: 2 pp.
Box I 4, folder 36

[Bibliography (1990-1991)], Limited Distribution Items undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 4, folder 37

Black Mesa Mine #1, poem April 12, 1972

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 4, folder 38

The Blue Sky, notes undated

Physical Description: 13 Leaves
Box I 4, folder 39-40

The Blue Sky, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/9 pp.
Box I 4, folder 41

[Blurb] for Ceremony by Leslie Silko, prose Feb. 15, 1977

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 4, folder 42

[Blurb] for The Farm by Jim Heynen, prose Sept. 24, 1978

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 4, folder 43

[Blurb] for Unsettling of America by Wendell Berry, prose Dec. 6, 1976

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 4, folder 44

[Blurb] for A Zen Wave: Basho's Haiku and Zen by Robert Aitken, prose 1978

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 4, folder 45

Book Reviews, poems undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 4, folder 46-47

Bows to Drouth, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/3 pp.
Box I 4, folder 48-52

Breasts, poem undated

Physical Description: 5 drafts/6 leaves
Box I 4, folder 53

A Buck Just Dropped Me His Antler, poem Jan. 23, 1984

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 4, folder 54

Burned Out, poem Feb. 1972

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 4, folder 55-60

Burning Island, poem undated

Physical Description: 6 drafts/20 pp.
Box I 4, folder 61-62

Burning the Small Dead, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 4, folder 63-68

By Frazier Creek Falls, poem undated

Physical Description: 6 drafts/6 leaves
Box I 4, folder 69

By the North Gate, Wind Blows Full of Sand, poem 1950

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 4, folder 70-73

By the Tama River at the North End of the Plain in April, poem undated

Physical Description: 4 drafts/5 leaves
Box I 5, folder 1-2

Calcium, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 5, folder 3

The Call of the Wild, poem 1971

Physical Description: 3 pp.
Box I 5, folder 4-8

The Canyon Wren, poem April 1981

Physical Description: 5 drafts/12 leaves
Box I 5, folder 9

Cats Thinking About What Birds Eat ; At Kitano Shrine for the Fair ; A Ball and a Swing ; poems undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 5, folder 10-13

A Century, poem undated

Physical Description: 4 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 5, folder 14

Ceremony in Memory of the Death of Daito Kokushi Who "Opened the Mountain", poem Nov. 22, 1965

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 5, folder 15

Changing Diapers, poem May 9, 1972

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 5, folder 16

Changing Oil, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 5, folder 17

Channelled Scablands, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 5, folder 18

Charms, poem Feb. 1, 1971

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 5, folder 19

Chion-in, poem ca. 1958

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 5, folder 20

Cincinnati Chili, poem ca. 1976

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 5, folder 21-22

Circumambulating Arunachala, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 5, folder 23

Cliffs and Boulders, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 5, folder 24

Clouds and Rocks, transcript of talk given at "Right to Remain Wild" conference in Missoula, Montana Nov. 1, 1975

Physical Description: 11 Leaves
Box I 5, folder 25

[Clouds not minding...], notes undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 5, folder 26

Cold Mountain Poems, worksheets on the Chinese poet Han Shan which became the basis of translations, fall 1955

Physical Description: 1 booklet (photocopy)/66 pp.
Box I 5, folder 27

[Colin Still film project], notes Feb.-July 1995

Physical Description: 8 Leaves
Box I 5, folder 28

[Comment] for Buddha-Dharma, correspondence between Gary Snyder and Rev. Seishin Yamashita, copies of sections of Buddha-Dharma 2000

Physical Description: 1 draft, 2 letters, and copies
Box I 5, folder 29-67

Comments for Books, etc., collection of typescript (photocopy) drafts 1973-1994

Physical Description: 39 drafts/39 leaves
Box I 5, folder 68

Complaint to the Muse, poem Sept. 1958

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 5, folder 69

Contribution to John Hollander's Tribute to Allen Ginsberg for the American Academy of Arts and Letters Annual Memorial Meeting Held Nov. 5, 1997 circa 1997

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 5, folder 70-73

Control Burn, poem undated

Physical Description: 4 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 5, folder 74

Conversation with Michael McClure & Peter Manso, notes Dec. 19, 1984

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 5, folder 75-78

The Cool Around the Fire, poem undated

Physical Description: 4 drafts/5 leaves
Box I 5, folder 79

[Corrections] to essay, Gary Snyder, by Christopher Mattison undated

Physical Description: 8 Leaves
Box I 5, folder 80

Could She See the Whole Real World with Her Ghost Breast Eyes Shut Under a Blouse Lid? poem and note undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 5, folder 81-82

The Council Meets in Eureka, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 5, folder 83-91

The Courage of Conviction (working title: Belief in Action ), Phillip L. Berman, ed.; withdrawn submission; drafts with editors' and author's comments and related letters; 1983-1985

Physical Description: 3 letters, 7 drafts/69 pp.
Box I 5, folder 92

Cow, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 6, folder 1-4

The Coyote Breath, poem undated

Physical Description: 4 drafts/8 leaves
Box I 6, folder 5-7

Coyote Man, Mr. President, & the Gunfighters, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/11 pp.
Box I 6, folder 8

Coyote Valley Spring, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 6, folder 9

Crash, poem March 16, 1960

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 6, folder 10

The Curse, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 6, folder 11

A Curse on the Men in Washington, Pentagon, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 6, folder 12-16

Dancing in Place, talk given at the Exploratorium in San Francisco May-June 1984

Physical Description: 5 drafts/32 pp.
Box I 6, folder 17

Darma's Bodhi, with David Padwa, screenplay and notes ca. 1970

Physical Description: 40 leaves, 2 envelopes
Box I 6, folder 18

The Dazzle, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 6, folder 19-20

The Dead by the Side of the Road, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/3 pp.
Box I 6, folder 21

Dead People Practicing Evasion, poem Nov. 11, 1966

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 6, folder 22

Dear Mr. President, poem 1965

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 6, folder 23-24

December at Yase, poem 1959

Physical Description: 2 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 6, folder 25-26

Delicate Criss-Crossing Beetle Trails Left in the Sand, poem July 1981

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 6, folder 27-29

Dillingham, Alaska, The Willow Tree Bar, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 6, folder 30

Dimensions of a Life (Jon Halper editor), Snyder's notes July-Aug. 1988

Physical Description: 9 Leaves
Box I 6, folder 31-33

Dosewallip, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 6, folder 34

[Down to the river...], poem undated

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 6, folder 35

Dream, poem, draft and notes undated

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 6, folder 36-38

The Dripping Spear, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 6, folder 39-44

Driving to Sacramento, poem undated

Physical Description: 6 drafts/6 leaves
Box I 6, folder 45-46

A Dry Day Just Before the Rainy Season, poem 1955

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 6, folder 47-49

Dusty Braces, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 7, folder 1

Early Morning India, prose Jan. 19, 1962

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 7, folder 2

Earth Day Speech (The Poet Speaks Out), Colorado State College, Greeley, Col., April 22, 1970; and letter from "Lavonne," 1970

Physical Description: 1 draft/24 pp., 1 letter
Box I 7, folder 3-32

Earth House Hold, manuscripts for book 1954-1968

Physical Description: 30 folders
Box I 7, folder 33-35

The Earth's Wild Places, poem Nov. 10, 1975

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 7, folder 36

East of the Humboldt Range, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 7, folder 37

Eastward Across Texas, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 7, folder 38

The Edge, poem Sept. 6, 1964

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 7, folder 39-40

The Egg, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 7, folder 41-42

Eight Sand Bars on the Takano River, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 7, folder 43

Empty Can Plea Poem, poem Aug. 21, 1972

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 7, folder 44

Energy is Eternal Delight, prose 1972

Physical Description: 2 pp.
Box I 7, folder 45

Enforcement, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 7, folder 46-47

English Lessons at the Boiler Company, poem 1964

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 7, folder 48

Epistemological Fancies, poem 1953

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 7, folder 49-50

[Essay on Lew Welch], notes and prose May 23, 1972

Physical Description: 3 Leaves
Box I 7, folder 51-53

Ethnobotany, poem Oct. 22, 1972

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 7, folder 54

The Etiquette of Freedom, prose May 20-21, 1989

Physical Description: 16 pp.
Box I 7, folder 55

The Etiquette of Freedom, edited drafts, and letter from Annie Stine of Sierra, June 20, 1989. undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/32 pp., 1 letter
Box I 7, folder 56

Everybody Lying on Their Stomachs, Head Toward the Candle, Reading, Sleeping, Drawing, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 7, folder 57

Exclamations Gone to the Twin Breasts of Maya, poem Sept. 1955

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 8, folder 1

Farewell to Burning Island, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 8, folder 2

Farewell to the Three Little Buildings of Our/The School, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 8, folder 3

Fear Not, poem Nov. 29, 1973

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 8, folder 4-5

The Feathered Robe, poem 1957

Physical Description: 2 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 8, folder 6-8

Fence Posts, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/5 leaves
Box I 8, folder 9-10

A Few Words for the Dedication of the West Wing of Peter J. Shields Library, background information for keynote speech given on Oct. 19, 1990

Physical Description: 2 folders
Box I 8, folder 11-12

A Few Words for the Dedication of the West Wing of Peter J. Shields Library, keynote speech given on Oct. 19, 1990

Physical Description: 2 drafts/8 pp.
Box I 8, folder 13-15

Fire in the Hole, poem 1959

Physical Description: 3 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 8, folder 16

"Fire in the Hole," proofs for poem (excerpt), published in Birkby, Robert, Lightly on the Land 1996

Physical Description: 4 pp.
Box I 8, folder 17-18

The Firing, poem Jan. 30, 1964

Physical Description: 2 drafts/5 leaves
Box I 8, folder 19-20

First Landfall on Turtle Island, poem Dec. 21, 1968

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 8, folder 21

Fog Blows in, Sun Burns it Away, notes May 12, 1984

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 8, folder 22

For a Far Out Friend, poem 1955

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 8, folder 23

For a Fifty Year Old Woman in Stockholm, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 8, folder 24-27

For a Stone Girl at Sanchi, poem 1954-1955

Physical Description: 4 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 8, folder 28

For Alan Watts, poem 1973

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 8, folder 29

For All, poem Sept. 15, 1974

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 8, folder 30

For Berkeley, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 8, folder 31

For E. Shaffer's Dissertation, notes on dissertation by Eric Paul Shaffer undated

Physical Description: 6 pp.
Box I 8, folder 32-33

For/From Lew, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 8, folder 34

For Hemp, poem Oct. 8, 1972

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 8, folder 35-39

For John Chappell, poem 1964

Physical Description: 5 drafts/9 leaves
Box I 8, folder 40

For Nothing, poem, undated undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 8, folder 41-43

For Plants, poem ca. 1959

Physical Description: 3 drafts/6 leaves
Box I 8, folder 44

For the Boy Who Was Dodger Point Lookout Fifteen Years Ago, and [Aaron and Tony were here on this day...], poems undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 8, folder 45-46

For the West, poem Oct. 13, 1964

Physical Description: 2 drafts/6 leaves
Box I 8, folder 47

Fording the Flooded Goldie River, poem ca. 1952

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 8, folder 48

The Foreigners, poem 1962

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 8, folder 49

The Forest Fire at Ananda (The Big Forest Fire), poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 8, folder 50

"Foreword," for Break the Mirror by Nanao Sakaki Feb. 24, 1987

Physical Description: 4 pp.
Box I 8, folder 51-54

"[Foreword]," for The Divine Woman by Edward H. Schafer 1980

Physical Description: 4 drafts/21 pp.
Box I 8, folder 55

"[Foreword]," for The Maidu Indian Myths and Stories of Hancibyjim, edited and translated by William Shipley ca. 1991

Physical Description: 4 Leaves
Box I 8, folder 56-60

"[Foreword]," for Mirror for the Moon by Saigyo (William R. LeFleur, translator) undated

Physical Description: 5 drafts/27 pp.
Box I 8, folder 61-66

"[Foreword]," for Songs of Gods, Songs of Humans, (Donald L. Philippi, translator) 1977-1978

Physical Description: notes and 5 drafts/34 pp.
Box I 8, folder 67-69

"Foreword," for Taking the Path of Zen by Robert Aitken undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/11 pp.
Box I 8, folder 70-71

"[Foreword]," for A Zen Forest, Sayings of the Masters by Soiku Shigematsu 1980

Physical Description: 2 drafts/18 pages
Box I 8, folder 72

"[Foreword]," for A Zen Forest, Sayings of the Masters by Soiku Shigematsu, page proofs July 1992

Physical Description: 16 pp.
Box I 8, folder 73

Four Changes, notes ca. 1974

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 8, folder 74

Four Changes, prose, updated version 1974

Physical Description: 11 pp.
Box I 8, folder 75

Four Deaths, poem 1951

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 8, folder 76-80

Foxtail Pine, poem April 27, 1959

Physical Description: 5 drafts/10 leaves
Box I 8, folder 81

Fragments of an Elegy, poem 1950

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 8, folder 82

[From the dark you can watch...] and [It's nice outside the corral...], poems undated

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 8, folder 83-84

The Front Lines, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 8, folder 85

The Fruit, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 9, folder 1-2

Gaia, poem June 16, 1973

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 9, folder 3

Gary Snyder on Literary Genre, talk Spring 1973

Physical Description: 1 draft
Box I 9, folder 4

The Gary Snyder Reader, Ad Card ca. 1999

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 9, folder 5-7

The Gary Snyder Reader, "Author's Note," March-April 1999

Physical Description: 3 drafts/6 leaves
Box I 9, folder 8

The Gary Snyder Reader, "Chronology," circa 1999

Physical Description: 7 pp.
Box I 9, folder 9

The Gary Snyder Reader, "Contents," ca. 1999

Physical Description: 5 pp.
Box I 9, folder 10

The Gary Snyder Reader, dedication page ca. 1999

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 9, folder 11-13

The Gary Snyder Reader, "Foreword by Jim Dodge," ca. 1999

Physical Description: 3 drafts/22 pp.
Box I 9, folder 14

The Gary Snyder Reader, notes on which works to include ca. 1999

Physical Description: 48 Leaves
Box I 9, folder 15

The Gary Snyder Reader, notes, "To Do Today, Finish the Reader," Feb. 10, ca. 1999

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 9, folder 16

Gatha for All Threatened Beings, poem 1975

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 9, folder 17

Geese Gone Beyond, poem Oct. 1979

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 9, folder 18

Getting in the Wood, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 9, folder 19

Getting the Volvo Wheel Seals Fixed, poem Feb. 17, 1984

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 9, folder 20-21

Getting There, poem 1979

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 9, folder 22-24

Go Round, poem 1966

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 9, folder 25

The Goddess Parvati at the Freer, poem Nov. 27, 1973

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 9, folder 26-28

Going Where You Shouldn't, poem Jan. 12, 1968

Physical Description: 3 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 9, folder 29

Gold, Green, poem 1978

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 9, folder 30

The Good Earth, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 9, folder 31-33

Good, Wild, Sacred, notes 1981-1982

Physical Description: 6 Leaves
Box I 9, folder 34-36

Good, Wild, Sacred, talk 1982

Physical Description: 3 drafts/70 pp.
Box I 9, folder 37

Good, Wild, Sacred, "final changes copy" of prose published in Fall 1983 issue of CoEvolution Quarterly undated

Physical Description: 10 pp.
Box I 9, folder 38

Grace for Love, poem undated

Box I 9, folder 39-43

The Grand Entry, poem 1975-1979

Physical Description: 5 drafts/5 leaves
Box I 9, folder 44

Gravel-bars, Riverbanks, Scars ; poem; Oct. 8, 1972

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 9, folder 45

Greasy Boy, poem March 23, 1973

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 9, folder 46

The Great Bear, poem Aug. 6, 1972

Physical Description: 2 pp.
Box I 9, folder 47

The Great Clod Project, book dedication and contract notes; with draft of poem, Ponderosa Pine undated

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 9, folder 48-49

The Great Mother, poem Sept. 30, 1967

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 9, folder 50

Great Spirit, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 9, folder 51

[He didn't go so much to the south...], poem Feb. 27, 1973

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 9, folder 52-53

He Shot Arrows, But Not at Birds Perching, poem 1976

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 9, folder 54-59

He Who Hunted Birds in His Father's Village, "Foreword," notes and drafts 1978

Physical Description: 2 index cards, 16 pp.
Box I 9, folder 60

[Heavy rain lashed and cascades...], poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 9, folder 61-62

A Heifer Clambers Up, poem 1955

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 9, folder 63

High Forms, poem Nov. 11, 1973

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 9, folder 64

High Quality Information, poem Nov. 30, 1975

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 9, folder 65-66

The High Sierra of California, "Introduction" and "Singing the Seasons" by Tom Killion 20-2002

Physical Description: 2 drafts/51 pp.
Box I 9, folder 67

The High Sierra of California, notes on journal entries Oct. 1997

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 9, folder 68

The High Sierra of California, "Preface," and " Gary Snyder's High Sierra Journals: 1955-1991," drafts and related correspondence with Heyday Books Nov.-Dec. 2001

Physical Description: 46 pp.
Box I 10, folder 1

Hills of Home, poem (fragment) Nov. 16, 1958

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 10, folder 2

History Must Have a Start, poem 1952-1955

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 10, folder 3-5

Hitch Haiku, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/14 leaves
Box I 10, folder 6-8

Home from the Sierra, poem 1955

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 10, folder 9

Home on the Range, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 10, folder 10-11

Hop, Skip, & Jump, poem Oct. 4, 1964

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 10, folder 12-14

How Many Times, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/5 leaves
Box I 10, folder 15

How Poetry Comes to Me, poem 1959

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 10, folder 16-17

How to Make Stew in the Pinacate Desert Recipe for Locke & Drum, poem Dec. 1964

Physical Description: 2 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 10, folder 18-20

The Hudsonian Curlew, poem Feb. 18, 1969

Physical Description: 3 drafts/10 leaves
Box I 10, folder 21-25

Hymn to the Goddess San Francisco in Paradise, poem 1963

Physical Description: 5 drafts/30 leaves
Box I 10, folder 26-27

[I know where you're moving now...], poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 10, folder 28-29

I See Old Friend Dan Ellsberg on TV in a Mountain Village of Japan, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 10, folder 30

I Went Into the Maverick Bar, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 10, folder 31

Icy Mountains Constantly Reading, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 10, folder 32-34

In the House of the Rising Sun, poem July 20, 1966

Physical Description: 3 drafts/5 leaves
Box I 10, folder 35-36

In the Night, Friend, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/7 pp.
Box I 10, folder 37

Intransit, lists of contributors' addresses ca. 1969

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 10, folder 38

Intransit, "Contents," ca. 1969

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 10, folder 39

Intransit, " From Au i lu mahara," poem by Tetsuo Nagasawa, translated by Gary Snyder, and notes undated

Physical Description: 4 Leaves
Box I 10, folder 40

Intransit, poems submitted by unknown authors ca. 1969

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 10, folder 41

Intransit, poems submitted by Franco Beltrametti undated

Physical Description: 10 Leaves
Box I 10, folder 42

Intransit, poems submitted by Harry Hoogstraten July 1967

Physical Description: 3 Leaves
Box I 10, folder 43

Intransit, poems submitted by Neale Hunter, with letter Sept. 29, 1966

Physical Description: 1 draft/28 leaves, 1 letter
Box I 10, folder 44

"Introduction," for Beneath a Single Moon: Buddhism in Contemporary American Poetry May 1990

Physical Description: 7 pp.
Box I 10, folder 45-47

"[Introduction]," for Unexpected Manna by Gary H. Holthaus, notes and drafts 1977

Physical Description: 4 Leaves
Box I 10, folder 48

Introductory Speech Foothills Reinhabitation Conference, transcript undated

Physical Description: 14 pp.
Box I 10, folder 49-50

It Pleases, poem Nov. 26, 1973

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 10, folder 51

[It started just now with a hummingbird...], poem 1956

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 10, folder 52-53

It was When, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/5 leaves
Box I 10, folder 54

James Laughlin, notes March 1988

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 10, folder 55

The Jemez Pueblo Ring, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 10, folder 56

[Joel bombed out in Roseville...], song 1973

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 10, folder 57

Journal for the Protection of All Beings / The CoEvolution Quarterly, no. 19, lists and notes ca. 1978

Physical Description: 5 Leaves
Box I 10, folder 58

Journal for the Protection of All Beings / The CoEvolution Quarterly, no. 19, " Suggested Order of CQ Issue 'Protection' by GS," ca. 1978

Physical Description: 2 pp.
Box I 10, folder 59-63

Journal for the Protection of All Beings / The CoEvolution Quarterly, no. 19, " Editor's Statement," 1978

Physical Description: 5 drafts/8 leaves
Box I 10, folder 64

Journal for the Protection of All Beings / The CoEvolution Quarterly, no. 19; works by Paul Lee, Alfred Wakeman, and Steve Sanfield; submitted but not used in issue; 1978

Physical Description: 2 letters, flier, 5 drafts
Box I 10, folder 65

Journal for the Protection of All Beings / The CoEvolution Quarterly, no. 19, page proofs 1978

Physical Description: 1 set
Box I 10, folder 66

Jubilo, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 10, folder 67-75

Kai Today, poem April 17, 1968

Physical Description: 9 drafts/13 leaves
Box I 10, folder 76

The Khajuraho Poem, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 10, folder 77

Kine, poem 1975

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 11, folder 1-2

Kumarajiva's Mother, notes and poem undated

Physical Description: 7 Leaves
Box I 11, folder 3-4

The Kuuvangmiut and the Humanities, notes and worksheets April-June 1984

Physical Description: 19 pp., 1 envelope
Box I 11, folder 5-6

The Kuuvangmiut and the Humanities, for April 26, 1984 Alaska Humanities Forum, draft of talk 1984

Physical Description: 2 drafts and photocopies
Box I 11, folder 7-8

Kyoto Born in Spring Song, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 11, folder 9

Kyoto Vacation, poem Oct. 24, 1963

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 11, folder 10

The Late Snow & Lumber Strike of the Summer of Fifty-Four, poem 1955

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 11, folder 11

Laughlin's "Mahayana" or "Big Open Spirit," prose undated

Physical Description: 3 Leaves
Box I 11, folder 12-96, 12, Box I 12, Folder 1-69

Left Out in the Rain, original manuscript, drafts of poems and bibliography 1947-1984

Physical Description: 189 leaves in binder, 1 envelope

Contents

Section Title Page: "1947-52, Portland," undated
"Invocation," poem, 1957.
"Bomb Test," poem, 1956.
"Satellite Calypso," poem, undated
"Dullness in February: Japan," poem, undated
"A Work for Burke," poem, Dec 4, 1973.
"Out of the soil and rock," poem, June 1948.
"Under the Skin of It," poem, 1952.
"Lines on a Carp," poem, 1950.
"The Lookouts," poem, undated
"Numerous Broken Eggs," poem, undated
"A Sinecure for P. Whalen," poem, 1950.
"For George Leigh-Mallory," poem, ca. 1950.
"Spring Songs," poem, 1950.
"A Change of Straw," poem, 1951.
"dogs, sheep, cows, goats," poem, 1952.
Atthis , "Tiger Song," poem, undated
"Mantic Song," poem, undated
"Epiphany of Eros," poem, 1950.
"Invocation," poem, 1950.
"Message from Outside," poem, 1951.
"Birth of the Shaman," poem, 1952.
"Seven uncollected early poems by Gary Snyder in Janus (Reed College)," poems, 1950-1951.
Section Title Page: "A Few For Robin," undated
Atthis, "The painful accumulation of our errors...," poem, undated
Atthis, "Her life blew through my body and away...," poem, 1949.
Atthis, "Love me love, til trees fall flat...," poem, undated
Atthis, "Poorness and the pride we shared...," poem, 1955.
Atthis, "You've gone cold, I suppose...," poem, 1955.
Atthis, "Half-known stars in the dawn sky...," poem, undated
Atthis, "Seaman's Ditty," poem, 1957.
"Fable," poem, 1951.
"Four Deaths," poem, 1951.
"Reserve your judgment...," poem, ca. 1952.
Atthis, "Up the Dosewallips," poem, undated
Section Title Page: "1952-56, Bay Area," undated
"Tavern in Sunshine," poem, 1951.
"Poem left in Sourdough Mountain Lookout," poem, 1953.
"The Curse," poem, 1957.
"The Genji Story," poem, ca. 1955.
"On Vulture Peak," poem, 1957-1958.
"Late October Camping in the Sawtooths," poem, ca. 1956.
"Epistemological Fancies," poem, ca. 1954.
"A War of Dwarfs and Birds Beyond the Sea," poem, ca. 1954.
"Song for a Cougar Hide," poem, 1954.
"Villanelle of the Wandering Lapps," poem, 1951.
"Riddle," poem, 1951.
"The Third Watch," poem, 1953.
"Mt. Baker 1947," poem, 1953.
"Fording the Flooded Goldie River," poem, ca. 1952-1953.
"Cat wouldn't finish that mouse...," poem, 1952-1954.
"Coyote Valley Spring," poem, ca. 1954.
"For Saigyo," poem, 1954.
"History Must Have a Start," poem, 1955.
"Kree!...," poem, 1955.
"Point Reyes," poem, ca. 1956.
"neuri," poem, 1956.
"Plum petals falling...," poem, 1956.
"Geological Meditation," poem, 1955.
"Wind has blown...," poem, 1954.
"The Rainy Season," poem, Dec. 8, 1955.
"Makings," poem, 1956.
"& once again the same," poem, 1956-1963.
"Longitude 170 West, Latitude 35 North," poem, 1956.
"Svaha a Feminine Ending for Mantra," poem, 1953.
Section Title Page: "1956-59, Kyoto, and the Sappa Creek," undated
"Invocation," poem, 1957.
"The Feathered Robe," poem, undated
"In Tokyo: At Loose Ends," poem, March 23, 1964.
"Bomb Test," poem, 1956.
"English Lessons at the Boiler Company," poem, undated
"Chion-In," poem, 1956.
"Saying Farewell at the Monastery after Hearing the Old Master Lecture on 'Return to the Source'," poem, undated
"For Example," poem, 1957.
"Yoko's Poem," poem, 1957.
"Joe Hill Fragment," poem, ca. 1957-1958.
"Housecleaning in Kyoto," poem, 1957.
"Ballad of Rolling Heads," poem, July 1956.
"After the Typhoon," poem, August 1959.
"Tenjin," poem, July 1959.
"Prepotent," poem, March 8, 1959.
"The Enemy," poem, 1959.
"Hills of Home," poem, Nov. 16, 1958.
"Tree Song," poem, 1957.
"A Monument on Okinawa," poem, 1958.
"Straits of Malacca 24 Oct 1957," poem, ca. 1957.
"To catch all the lions in the desert...," poem, 1959.
"Satellite Calypso," poem, undated
"Dullness in February: Japan," poem, 1957.
"The Engine Room, S.S. Sappa Creek," poem, 1958-1963.
"Map," poem, Feb. 11, 1957.
"The Bodhisattvas," poem, ca. 1957.
Section Title Page: "1959-69, California and Back to Kyoto," undated
"Some lovers wake one day," and "What history fails to mention is," poems, undated
"One Year," poem, April 15, 1959.
"Some Square Comes," poem, 1957-1962.
"Kyoto Vacation," poem, Oct. 24, 1963.
"Vacance Prance," poem, Aug. 8, 1964.
"Crash," poem, March 16, 1960.
"Parting with Claude Dalenberg," poem, 1960.
"Riding the hot electric train," poem, Feb. 18, 1961.
"Two Comments," poem, 1961.
"This Is Living," poem, undated
Three Poems for Joanne , "The Heart of the Wood," poem, July 7, 1959.
Three Poems for Joanne , "Loving Words," poem, May 14, 1959.
Three Poems for Joanne , "Joanne My Wife," poem, ca. 1960-1961.
"Foreigners," poem, 1963.
"I know where you're moving, now...," poem, May 1964.
"The Fruit," poem, undated
Section Title Page: "Post-1969. San Francisco/Marin, 1970. Kitkitdizze, 1970-85," undated
"O," poem, undated
"Then," poem, undated
"Original Vow," poem, undated
"The Trail Is Not a Trail," poem, undated
"Kine," poem, undated
"From Below," poem, Feb. 2, 1967.
"Nixon," poem, Aug. 19, 1973.
"Genocide," poem, undated
"Alabaster," poem, Dec. 22, 1970.
"Gatha for All Threatened Beings," poem, undated
"Eating Event," poem, undated
"Smog," poem, undated
"For Alan Watts," poem, Dec. 18, 1978.
"Fall winds knock down leaves and bark...," poem, Nov. 17, 1973.
"Ordering Chile Verde in Gallup," poem, undated
"I See Old Friend Dan Ellsberg on TV in a Mountain Village of Japan," poem, 1981.
"Sustained Yield," poem, 1978.
"Ordering Child Verde in Gallup," poem, undated
"Changing Oil," poem, undated
"Know," poem, undated
"Spring," poem, Dec. 31, 1972.
"Lots of play," poem, undated
"Driving to Sacramento to a Budget and Policy Committee Meeting," poem, undated
"Fog Blows In, Sun Burns It Away," poem, May 1984.
Section Title Page: "Satiric, Didactic, Imitations, Parodies," undated
"After the Chinese," poem, ca. 1957.
"At the sky's edge...," poem, 1956.
"After T'ao Ch'ien," poem, 1956.
"Versions of Anacreon," poem, undated
"The Professor as Transformer," poem, 1951.
"Popular Education," poem, 1952.
"Spring Song of Aleksandr Leitswics," poem, undated
"The Elusiad, or Culture Still Uncaught, In Heroicks," poem, 1952.
"What I Think About When I Meditate," poem, undated
"Moo," poem, 1957.
"To My Teachers," poem, undated
"Sherry in July," poem, undated
"Dear Mr. President," poem, undated
"A Work for Burke," poem, Dec. 4, 1973.
"Smog," poem, undated
"Tibetan Army Surplus Store," poem, undated
"Publishing Record," Snyder's poems listed by title, date, where submitted, and where published, 1954-1981.
Japanese-style binder once holding: "Original MS unpublished GS poems," Left out in the Rain
Envelope once holding: "Original MS unpublished GS poems," Left out in the Rain
Box I 13, folder 1

Left Out in the Rain, draft, letter from Kate Moses of North Point Press June 1986

Physical Description: 1 draft/173 leaves, 1 letter
Box I 13, folder 2

Left Out in the Rain, H. T. Odum quote used on intro. page for, " Tiny Energies, 1970-1984," undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 13, folder 3

Left Out in the Rain, " Table of Contents," ca. 1986

Physical Description: 4 pp.
Box I 13, folder 4

Left Out in the Rain, page proofs, letter from Tom [Christensen] of North Point Press July 1986

Physical Description: 1 set proofs/176 leaves, 1 letter
Box I 13, folder 5

Letter from Sweden, prose by Gary Snyder, with The Unbroken Chain, poem by Reidar Ekner Oct. 1982

Physical Description: 9 Leaves
Box I 13, folder 6

The Levels, poem 1961-1962

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 13, folder 7

Life as Practice, notes undated

Physical Description: 4 Leaves
Box I 13, folder 8

The Lin-Chi Lu, part one, Gary Snyder's working copy 1964-1967

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 14, folder 1

The Lin-Chi Lu, parts two and three, translation, Ruth Fuller Sasaki's working copy 1967

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 14, folder 2-3

The Lin-Chi Lu, introductory and grammatical notes by Seizan Yanagida, working copy undated

Physical Description: 2 vols.
Box I 14, folder 4

Lines on a Carp, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 14, folder 5

A Lion Dream, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 14, folder 6

A Lion Dream, poem, in translation-Italian March 3, 1967

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 14, folder 7-9

Little Dead Kids Butts, poem Nov. 21, 1969

Physical Description: 3 drafts/7 leaves
Box I 14, folder 10-34

Little Songs for Gaia, poems 1974-1981

Physical Description: 25 drafts/35 leaves
Box I 14, folder 35-36

LMFBR, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 14, folder 37-40

Long Hair, poem undated

Physical Description: 4 drafts/6 leaves
Box I 14, folder 41-42

Longitude 170 West, Latitude 35 North, poem and fragment 1956-1960

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 14, folder 43-45

Look Back, poem 1978

Physical Description: 3 drafts/7 pp.
Box I 14, folder 46

Looking at Pictures to be Put Away, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 14, folder 47

Looking for Nothing, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 14, folder 48

Looking for Nothing ; For Will Petersen the Time We Climbed Mt. Hiei Cross-Country in the Snow ; Hitch Haiku ; Stovewood ; poems; undated

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 14, folder 49

The Lookouts, poem 1952

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 14, folder 50

Loose Ends in Tokyo, poem March 23, 1964

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 14, folder 51

Love, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 14, folder 52

Love Beyond the Lingam, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 14, folder 53

[Low winter sun...], poem Dec. 22, 1978

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 14, folder 54

Lunch Break Nap, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 14, folder 55

[Lying in bed on a late morning...], poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 14, folder 56

Lyric to be Sung with Guitar 1951

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 15, folder 1

Madly Whirling Downhill, poem 1959-1962

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 15, folder 2

Magpie's Song, poem 1956

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 15, folder 3

Makings, poem 1956

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 15, folder 4

The Manichaeans, poem March 1959

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 15, folder 5

[Man's purpose in the biosphere...], notes Jan. 5, 1990

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 15, folder 6

Mantic Song, poem 1950

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 15, folder 7

Many Times, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 15, folder 8

Manzanita, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
map-case IV, drawer Q

Map of My San Juan Ridge Area with Inventory of Critters, for Peter Berg workshop Sept. 1990

Physical Description: 1 map
Box I 15, folder 9-10

A Maul for Bill and Cindy' Wedding, poem May 4, 1980

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 15, folder 11

[Members of the Planning Commission, County staffpersons, members of the Audience...], speech, Nevada County (Calif.) July 26, 1984

Physical Description: 2 drafts/4 pp.
Box I 15, folder 12

Migration/Immigration: Wandering South and North, Erasing Borders, Coming to Live on Turtle Island, proofs for prose published in Michigan Quarterly Review 2000

Physical Description: 3 pp.
Box I 15, folder 13

Migration of Birds ; Stovewood ; poems; 1956

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 15, folder 14

Milton by Firelight, poem 1955

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 15, folder 15

"Milton by Firelight," "Hay for the Horses," "Cartagena," from " Cold Mountain Poems," "For a Far-out Friend," "For the Boy who was Dodger Point Lookout Fifteen Years Ago," "Four Poems for Robin," "Nansen," "For a Stone Girl at Sanchi," "Circumambulating Arunachala," "Through the Smoke Hole," "As for Poets," "No Shoes No Shirt No Service," "Building," "Word Basket Woman," poems, contributions to The Beat Book: Poems and Fiction of the Beat Generation Nov. 8, 1995

Physical Description: proofs/11 pp., 1 letter
Box I 15, folder 16-17

A Moment of Rain in Alleghany, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 15, folder 18-21

Money Goes Upstream, poem undated

Physical Description: 4 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 15, folder 22

A Monument on Okinawa, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 15, folder 23

Moo, poem 1957

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 15, folder 24

More Better, poem ca. 1962

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 15, folder 25-27

Mother Earth: Her Whales, poem June 15, 1972

Physical Description: 3 drafts/10 leaves
Box I 15, folder 28

Mother of the Buddhas, Queen of Heaven, Mother of the Sun; Marici, Goddess of the Dawn ; poem; 1962

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 15, folder 29

Mountains Hidden in Mountains: Dogen-zenji and the Mind of Ecology, talk given at the 1999 Dogen Zen conference at Stanford and letter from Bill Redican Dec. 19, 2001

Physical Description: 1 draft/20 pp., 1 letter
Box I 15, folder 30-31

Mt. Hiei, poem Nov. 20, 1959

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 15, folder 32-34

Myths & Texts, "Introduction," Oct. 13, 1977

Physical Description: 3 drafts/9 pp.
Box I 15, folder 35-36

Myths & Texts, " Burning," part 11, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 15, folder 37

Myths & Texts, " Hunting," part 13, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 15, folder 38

Myths & Texts, setting copy 1978

Physical Description: 54 pp.
Box I 15, folder 39

"Nanao's Poems," introduction for Real Play by Nanao Sakaki, with notes 1981

Physical Description: 5 Leaves
Box I 15, folder 40-42

Natives of Turtle Island, prose, notes and drafts undated

Physical Description: 9 Leaves
Box I 15, folder 43-45

Nature Green Shit, poem Dec. 16, 1963

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 15, folder 46-47

The Net, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 15, folder 48

Night, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 15, folder 49-52

Night Herons ( Dawn ), poem undated

Physical Description: 4 drafts/7 leaves
Box I 15, folder 53

Night Song of the Los Angeles Basin, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 15, folder 54-55

No Matter, Never Mind, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 15, folder 56-58

No Shoes, No Shirts, No Service 1974

Physical Description: 3 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 15, folder 59

Nooksack Valley, poem Feb. 1956

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box Folio 1, folder 1

North Beach, prose, broadside proof undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 15, folder 60-61

North Beach Alba, poem 1956-1957

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 15, folder 62

The North Coast, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 15, folder 63

North Sea Road, cover art and prose undated

Physical Description: 1 print, 1 draft/6 leaves
Box I 15, folder 64

Not Leaving the House, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 15, folder 65

A Note on the Interface, prose undated

Physical Description: 4 pp.
Box I 15, folder 66

Notes from Journals, notes 1952-1973

Physical Description: 5 Leaves
Box I 15, folder 67

[notes on Shaping the Sierra], by Timothy P. Duane, notes and proof 1998

Physical Description: 4 pp.
Box I 15, folder 68

Numerous Broken Eggs, poem 1952

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 16, folder 1-6

O, poem 1970-1973

Physical Description: 6 drafts/7 leaves
Box I 16, folder 7

Oil, poem 1957

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 16, folder 8

[Old burns ragged green...], poem 1957

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 16, folder 9-14

The Old Dutch Woman, poem March 1963

Physical Description: 6 drafts/7 leaves
Box I 16, folder 15

The Old Man, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 16, folder 16-18

Old Pond, poem Aug. 23, 1974

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 16, folder 19-21

Old Rotting Tree Trunk Down, poem 1978-1980

Physical Description: 3 drafts/8 leaves
Box I 16, folder 22-23

The Old Ways, cover art and front matter undated

Physical Description: 9 Leaves
Box I 16, folder 24

The Old Ways, part 1, " The Yogin and the Philosopher," prose 1974

Physical Description: 4 pp.
Box I 16, folder 25

The Old Ways, part 2, " The Politics of Ethnopoetics," prose 1975

Physical Description: 22 pp.
Box I 16, folder 26-28

The Old Ways, part 3, " North Beach," prose 1973

Physical Description: 3 drafts/9 pp.
Box I 16, folder 29-31

The Old Ways, part 4, " The Dharma Eye of D.A. Levy," prose Aug. 4, 1971

Physical Description: fragment and 2 drafts/11 pp.
Box I 16, folder 32-35

The Old Ways, part 5, " Re-inhabitation," prose undated

Physical Description: 4 drafts/41 pp.
Box I 16, folder 36

The Old Ways, part 6, " The Incredible Survival of Coyote," notes undated

Physical Description: 5 Leaves
Box I 16, folder 37

The Old Ways, part 6, " The Incredible Survival of Coyote," revision of essay in Western American Literature Feb. 1975

Physical Description: 1 journal with annotations
Box I 16, folder 38

The Old Ways, part 6, " The Incredible Survival of Coyote," fragments undated

Physical Description: 4 Leaves
Box I 16, folder 39

The Old Ways, part 6, " The Incredible Survival of Coyote," prose, draft undated

Physical Description: 16 pp.
Box I 16, folder 40-42

The Old Ways, part 6, " The Incredible Survival of Coyote," extension undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/14 pp.
Box I 16, folder 43

Old Woman Nature, poem July 1981

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 16, folder 44

On Mountains and Rivers Without End, prose/talk undated

Physical Description: 6 pp.
Box I 16, folder 45

On San Gabriel Ridges, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 16, folder 46-49

On "Song of the Taste", prose Nov. 1983

Physical Description: 4 drafts/10 pp.
Box I 16, folder 50

On the Path and Off the Trail, prose Jan. 17, 1988

Physical Description: 9 pp.
Box I 16, folder 51

On Vulture Peak, poem 1956-1957

Physical Description: 5 Leaves
Box I 16, folder 52-54

Once Only, poem March 1958

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 16, folder 55

One Should Not Talk to a Skilled Hunter About What Is Forbidden by the Buddha, poem Feb. 1, 1973

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 16, folder 56

I: VI: 40077, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 16, folder 57

The Orchard, poem March 1978

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 16, folder 58-59

Ordering Chile Verde in Gallup, poem April 1975

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 16, folder 60

The Other Side of Each Coin, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 16, folder 61

Our Common Nature: The Morality of Ecology, prose May 30, 1987

Physical Description: 3 pp.
Box I 16, folder 62-63

Out West, poem 1962

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 16, folder 64-67

Oysters, poem undated

Physical Description: 4 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 16, folder 68

Oysters and Antiquity, poem June 2, 1947

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 17, folder 1-2

Painting the North San Juan School, poem 1974

Physical Description: 2 drafts/6 leaves
Box I 17, folder 3

Passage Through India, prose, bound draft 1962-1972

Physical Description: 1 letter, 1 photograph, 1 vol.
Box I 17, folder 4

The Past Year on San Juan Ridge, prose undated

Physical Description: 5 pp.
Box I 17, folder 5

"The Past Year on San Juan Ridge ;" " Two Old Gents in the Sacramento Greyhound Station ;" for Kitkitdizze Broadside #1 1980

Physical Description: 6 pp.
Box I 17, folder 6-7

Penstemon, Purple Sage, and Lupine for Sally, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 17, folder 8-10

The Persimmons, poem 1984-1985

Physical Description: 3 drafts/6 pp.
Box I 17, folder 11

Pete Poems, poems undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 17, folder 12-13

Pine River, poem Aug. 1959

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 17, folder 14

Pine Tree Tops, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 17, folder 15

Piute Creek, poem 1955

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 17, folder 16

"The Place, The Region, and The Commons ;" " The Etiquette of Freedom ;" " On the Path, Off the Trail ;" " Coming into the Watershed ;" prose for Our Land Ourselves: Readings on People and Place, San Francisco: The Trust for Public Land 1999

Physical Description: 1 set final page proofs
Box I 17, folder 17

Places on Earth, prose March 11, 1986

Physical Description: 4 Leaves
Box I 17, folder 18-20

The Plum Blossom Poem, poem Feb. 22, 1965

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 17, folder 21

Poem Left at Sourdough Mountain Lookout, poem 1953

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 17, folder 22

Poet & the Primitive, transcript of lecture at Berkeley Poetry Conference July 1965

Physical Description: 13 pp.
Box I 17, folder 23-26

Poetry, Community, & Climax, outline for reading/talk 1978

Physical Description: 4 sets notes/6 leaves
Box I 17, folder 27

Poetry, Community, & Climax, prose undated

Physical Description: 30 pp.
Box I 17, folder 28

Poetry, Community, & Climax, prose; For All, poem; 1979

Physical Description: 28 pp.
Box I 17, folder 29-31

Poetry is the Eagle of Experience, poem Sept. 28, 1979

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 17, folder 32-35

Poke Hole Fishing After the March, poem June 2, 1969

Physical Description: 4 drafts/8 leaves
Box I 18, folder 1

The Practice of the Wild, background information on bioregionalism, revised interviews and articles, drafts, clippings 1980-1986

Physical Description: 12 items
Box I 18, folder 2

The Practice of the Wild, background information on Inupiaq Spirit, printed material and correspondence 1981-1982

Physical Description: 1 packet
Box I 18, folder 3

The Practice of the Wild, background information on language, printed material and notes 1981-1982

Physical Description: 35 Leaves
Box I 18, folder 4

The Practice of the Wild, notes undated

Physical Description: 6 Leaves
Box I 18, folder 5

The Practice of the Wild ; first four chapters, in progress; used in University of California, Davis seminar, spring 1989

Physical Description: 1 vol.
Box I 18, folder 6

The Practice of the Wild, comments by R. Edward Grumbine Sept. 5, 1989

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 18, folder 7

The Practice of the Wild, " The Etiquette of Freedom," draft with comments by Jim Pyle undated

Physical Description: 16 pp.
Box I 18, folder 8

The Practice of the Wild, " On the Path, Off the Trail," draft with comments by Nelson [Foster] undated

Physical Description: 10 pp.
Box I 18, folder 9

The Practice of the Wild, prose, draft with letter and comments by David Padwa Sept. 1989-Nov. 1990

Physical Description: 1 letter, 1 draft/96 pp.
Box I 18, folder 10

The Practice of the Wild, " A Summation of the Work So Far," and " Subsequent Projects, " for MacArthur Foundation award Dec. 17, 1989

Physical Description: 3 Leaves
Box I 18, folder 11

The Practice of the Wild, book manuscript 1990

Physical Description: 197 pp.
Box I 18, folder 12

The Practice of the Wild, page proofs (photocopy) and letter from Barbara Ras of North Point Press May 4, 1990

Physical Description: 1 letter, proofs/211 pp.
Box I 19, folder 1

Praise for Sick Women, poem 1953

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 19, folder 2-4

Prayer for the Great Family, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/5 leaves
Box I 19, folder 5

"Preface," for Selected Poems, by Lew Welch June 1973-Jan. 1976

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 19, folder 6-7

"Preface," for Turtle, Bear and Wolf, by Peter Blue Cloud Jan. 16, 1976

Physical Description: 2 drafts/5 pp.
Box I 19, folder 8

Prose Take 13:IX:58, prose ca. 1958

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 19, folder 9-12

The Public Bath, poem 1958-1962

Physical Description: 4 drafts/7 leaves
Box I 19, folder 13-14

The Rabbit, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 19, folder 15-16

Rainbow Body, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 19, folder 17-18

The Rainy Season, poem Dec. 8, 1955

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 19, folder 19

Reading Blake in a Cowshed During a Typhoon, on an Island in the East China Sea, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 19, folder 20-22

The Real Work, poem Feb. 13, 1972

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
map-case IV, drawer Q

The Real Work, book undated

Physical Description: 1 galley proof set
Box I 19, folder 23

The Real Work, book, corrections to galley proofs undated

Physical Description: 25 pp.
Box I 19, folder 24

Reed 1949, poem Nov. 1949

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 19, folder 25

Regarding Wave, poem Oct. 16, 1967

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 19, folder 26

Regarding Wave, book, " [blurb]," undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 19, folder 27-28

Regarding Wave, book, front matter Feb. 25, 1970

Physical Description: 11 pp.
Box I 19, folder 29

Regarding Wave, "Long Hair," compositor's copy undated

Physical Description: 38 pp.
Box I 19, folder 30

Regarding Wave, book, compositor's copy undated

Physical Description: 22 Leaves
Box I 19, folder 31

[Revisions] to A Biographical Sketch and Descriptive Checklist of Gary Snyder by David Kherdian ca. 1964

Physical Description: 6 pp.
Box I 19, folder 32-34

[Review] of Welch, Lew, Ring of Bone ca. 1973

Physical Description: notes and drafts/5 leaves
Box I 19, folder 35

Revolutionary Thought & Ecological Insights, prose undated

Physical Description: notes and draft/8 pp.
Box I 19, folder 36

The Ride, poem ca. 1968

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 19, folder 37

Riding the Hot Electric Train, poem Feb. 18, 1961

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 19, folder 38

[The rising hills, the slopes...], poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 19, folder 39-42

River in the Valley, poem 1978

Physical Description: 4 drafts/5 pp.
Box I 19, folder 43

The Roaring Stream: A New Zen Reader, [Notes] May 12, 1996

Physical Description: 25 leaves, 1 envelope
Box I 19, folder 44-46

Robin, poem June 16, 1954

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 19, folder 47

[Rocks suffer...], poem 1953-1955

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 19, folder 48-50

Rolling in at Twilight, poem 1958

Physical Description: 3 Leaves
Box I 19, folder 51-52

The Route, poem 1973-1974

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 19, folder 53

Running Water Music, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 19, folder 54

Sakaki Pacing thru Shinjuku, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 19, folder 55-56

Sand, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 19, folder 57

Sather, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 19, folder 58

Saying Farewell at the Monastary after Hearing the Old Master Lecture on "Return to the Source", poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 19, folder 59-60

Seed Pods, poem, undated undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 19, folder 61-63

The Seed Within Its Bone & Muscle Castle, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 19, folder 64

Seeing the Ox, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 19, folder 65

Self-Portrait Sad, poem 1958

Physical Description: 3 pp.
Box I 19, folder 66

Sentimental Song to Keep a Tame Bug Dancing, poem 1957

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 19, folder 67

Serves, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 19, folder 68

Sestina of the End of the Kalpa, poem 1953

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 19, folder 69

7:IV:58, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 19, folder 70

7:IV:64, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 19, folder 71-72

7:VII, poem 1962

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 20, folder 1

Shark Meat, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 20, folder 2

"She dreamed...," poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 20, folder 3

Sherry in July, poem 1979

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 20, folder 4

Shinkyogkin, Kyoto, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 20, folder 5-9

Siwashing it out once in Siuslaw State Park, poem 1963

Physical Description: 5 drafts/5 leaves
Box I 20, folder 10

The Six Hells of the Engine Room, poem April 13, 1964

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 20, folder 11-13

Six Month Song in the Foothills, poem 1953

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 20, folder 14

Six Poems, draft with notes by William Carlos Williams undated

Physical Description: 8 Leaves
Box I 20, folder 15

Six Scrolls to be Seen in Kansas City, poem undated

Physical Description: 4 pp.
Box I 20, folder 16-37

Six Years, poem, notes and drafts 1957-1964

Physical Description: 29 Leaves
Box I 20, folder 38-39

Sleep Song, poem April 11, 1967

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 20, folder 40

So Old--, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 20, folder 41

Some Good Things to be Said for the Iron Age, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 20, folder 42

Song of the Cloud, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 20, folder 43-45

Song of the Tangle, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 20, folder 46-48

Song of the Taste, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 20, folder 49-50

Song of the View, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 20, folder 51-52

Song to be Sung Later, poem 1955

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 20, folder 53-54

Song to the Raw Material, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 20, folder 55-56

The Songs at Custer's Battlefield, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 20, folder 57-59

Source, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 20, folder 60-61

Sours of the Hills, poem Oct. 17, 1968

Physical Description: 2 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 20, folder 62-63

South Indian Poetry and Dance, prose/talk 1976

Physical Description: 2 drafts/5 pp.
Box I 20, folder 64-67

Soy Sauce, poem 1978-1979

Physical Description: 4 drafts/6 leaves
Box I 20, folder 68-71

Spel Against Demons, poem, notes and drafts undated

Physical Description: 6 Leaves
Box I 20, folder 72-73

The Spirits Wait and Sing Beneath the Land, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 20, folder 74-78

The Spring, poem undated

Physical Description: 5 drafts/7 leaves
Box I 20, folder 79

Spring Songs, poem 1950

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 20, folder 80

Steak, poem March 25, 1970

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 20, folder 81

A Stone Garden, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 Leaves
Box I 20, folder 82

Storms are Made in the Aleutians, Sending Out, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 20, folder 83-85

Straight Creek--Great Basin, poem April 1973

Physical Description: 7 Leaves
Box I 20, folder 86

Strategic Air Command, poem Aug. 1982

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 20, folder 87

Su Tung P'o, notes undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 20, folder 88

Subsistence, Sacrament, Sangha, notes ca. 1983-1987

Physical Description: 5 Leaves
Box I 20, folder 89

Sustained Yield, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 20, folder 90

Svaha a Feminine Ending for Mantra, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 20, folder 91-92

Swimming Naked in the Yuba River, poem and artwork undated

Physical Description: 3 Leaves
Box I 21, folder 1

T 36N R 16E S 25, poem 1952

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 21, folder 2-5

Talking Late with the Governor About the Budget, poem undated

Physical Description: 4 drafts/5 leaves
Box I 21, folder 6-8

Tasting the Snow, poem Oct. 14, 1965

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 21, folder 9

Tavern in Sunshine, poem 1951

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 21, folder 10

Tawny Grammar, prose undated

Physical Description: 26 pp.
Box I 21, folder 11

Tell Me if I am Not Glad, poem 1950

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 21, folder 12

The Temples at Khajuraho, prose Feb. 19, 1962

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 21, folder 13-16

Ten Facts, poem undated

Physical Description: 4 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 21, folder 17-18

Then, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 21, folder 19

[There are those who love to get dirty...], poem Sept. 18, 1981

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 21, folder 20

The Third Watch, poem 1953

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 21, folder 21

The 32 Households Without Electricity, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 21, folder 22

This Tokyo, poem (fragment); Kyoto Footnote, poem; 1956

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 21, folder 23-24

This Tokyo, poem Dec. 27, 1956

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 21, folder 25

[Those picnics covered with sand...], poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 21, folder 26-27

Three Deer One Coyote Running in the Snow, poem March 18, 1982

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 21, folder 28-30

Three Worlds, Three Realms, Six Roads, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/16 leaves
Box I 21, folder 31

Through, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 21, folder 32-33

Through the Smoke Hole, poem Sept. 22, 1964

Physical Description: 2 drafts/6 leaves
Box I 21, folder 34-37

To Fire, poem April 7, 1968

Physical Description: 4 drafts/6 leaves
Box I 21, folder 38-39

To Hell with Your Fertility Cult, poem 1952-ca. 1954

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 21, folder 40-45

To Meet with Agaricus Augustus, poem June 30, 1974

Physical Description: 6 drafts/6 leaves
Box I 21, folder 46-48

To the Chinese Comrades, poem Feb. 3, 1964

Physical Description: 3 drafts/19 leaves
Box I 21, folder 49-50

To the Gods of the Revolution, poem Nov. 5, 1964

Physical Description: 2 drafts/5 leaves
Box I 21, folder 51

Toji, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 21, folder 52-53

Tomorrow's Song, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 21, folder 54

Toward Climax, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 21, folder 55-56

The Trade, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 21, folder 57-59

Trail Crew Camp at Bear Valley, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 21, folder 60-62

Tree Song, poem 1957

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 21, folder 63

True Night, " A Note Concerning Bob Giorgio's Hand-Made Graphic Book," blurb June 4, 1980

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 21, folder 64-67

True Night, poem Sept.-Oct. 1977

Physical Description: 4 drafts/14 leaves
Box I 21, folder 68-69

The Truth Like the Belly of a Woman Turning, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 21, folder 70

A Turn for Sally, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 21, folder 71

Turtle Island, front matter, compositor's copy ca. 1974

Physical Description: 6 pp.
Box I 21, folder 72

Turtle Island, " Magpie's Song," compositor's copy ca. 1974

Physical Description: 40 pp.
Box I 21, folder 73

Turtle Island, " For the Children," compositor's copy ca. 1974

Physical Description: 17 pp.
Box I 21, folder 74

Turtle Island, " Plain Talk," compositor's copy ca. 1974

Physical Description: 26 pp.
Box I 21, folder 75

Twelve Hours Out of New York after Twenty-five Days at Sea, poem April 19, 1964

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 21, folder 76

12:VII:58, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 21, folder 77-78

Two Comments, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 21, folder 79

Two Fawns that Didn't See the Light this Spring, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 21, folder 80-81

Two Ghosts undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 21, folder 82-84

Two Logging Songs, poems 1972

Physical Description: 3 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 21, folder 85

[Typhoon No. 17 struck Suwanose...], translation of telephone call (or card), fragment Sept. 13, ca. 1978

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 1-6

Uluru Wild Fig Song, poem 1981

Physical Description: 6 drafts/16 leaves
Box I 22, folder 7

Under the Sign of Toki's, poem Feb. 4, 1976

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 22, folder 8

Under the Skin of It, poem 1952

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 9

[University of Michigan, Gary Snyder's Writer-in-Residence Appearances], talks transcribed by Russell Gregory 1971

Physical Description: drafts/73 pp., 1 letter
Box I 22, folder 10

Up, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 11-12

Up Branches of Duck River, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 22, folder 13

Up from the Abyss, poem Feb. 17, 1967

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 14

The Uses of Light, poem July 2, 1972

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 15-16

Vapor Trails, poem 1957

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 22, folder 17

Villanelle, poem 1953

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 18

Villanelle of the Wandering Lapps, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 19-20

A Volcano in Kyushu, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 22, folder 21-22

W, poem 1967

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 22, folder 23-26

Waikiki, poem, background info. and drafts 1978-1983

Physical Description: 1 letter, 1 clipping, 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 22, folder 27-28

A Walk, poem Nov. 6, 1964

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 22, folder 29-32

Walked Two Days in Light Snow, Then it Cleared for Five, poem undated

Physical Description: 4 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 22, folder 33-34

Walking Home from "The Duchess of Malfi", poem 1955

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 22, folder 35-38

Walking in the Footprints of the Ancestors, poem 1985

Physical Description: 4 drafts/6 leaves
Box I 22, folder 39

Walking Through Myoshin-ji, poem June 18, 1981

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 40

[Wandering the old dirty countries...], poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 41

A War of Dwarfs and Birds Beyond the Sea, poem 1952

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 42

Water, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 43-46

Wave, poem June 1967

Physical Description: 4 drafts/4 leaves
Box I 22, folder 47

The Way West Underground, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 22, folder 48-49

We Make Our Vows Together with All Beings, poem Dec. 22, 1983

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 22, folder 50-52

The Weave, poem Feb. 9, 1984

Physical Description: 3 drafts/3 leaves
Box I 22, folder 53

[Weddings] ; notes for wedding ceremonies of Jacques and Subhana Barzaghi and of Kurt and Robin Lorenz; with letter from Governor Jerry Brown; 1982-1986

Physical Description: notes/5 leaves, 1 letter, 1 envelope
Box I 22, folder 54-55

Wenatchee Range: Late June, poem 1955

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 22, folder 56

Whale Night June 1972

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 57

What Do They Say and Work to Do, Toward Town, poems Dec. 15, 1960

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 58-61

What Happened Here Before, poem undated

Physical Description: 4 drafts/13 leaves
Box I 22, folder 62-63

What Have I Learned, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 22, folder 64

What is Meant by "Here", prose undated

Physical Description: 3 pp.
Box I 22, folder 65-66

What Steps, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 22, folder 67-69

What You Should Know to be a Poet, poem undated

Physical Description: 3 drafts/7 leaves
Box I 22, folder 70

When I Went Down, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 71

[When they sat by the fire...], prose (fragment) undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 72

[While waiting between trips...], poem 1954

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 73

White Devils, poem 1966

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 74-75

White Sticky, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 22, folder 76

[Who lays bugs...], poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 77

Why I Laugh When Kai Cries ; Hiking in the Totsugawa Gorge ; Civilization ; poems and fragment; undated

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 22, folder 78

Why Log Truck Drivers Rise Earlier Than Students of Zen, manuscript broadside 1973

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 79

The Wide Mouth, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 80-81

The Wild Edge, poem May 25, 1968

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 22, folder 82-83

The Wild Mushroom, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 22, folder 84

Wild Wisdom, " Talk Background," notes undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 85

Wild Wisdom, Zen Buddhism and Nature in North America, notes Nov. 22-23, 1986

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 22, folder 86

[Wind dust yellow cloud swirls...], poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 87-88

Without, poem June 1970

Physical Description: 2 drafts/2 leaves
Box I 22, folder 89

A Work for Burke, poem Dec. 4, 1973

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 22, folder 90

Work to do Toward Town, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 91-92

Working on the '58 Willys Pickup, poem undated

Physical Description: 2 drafts/5 pp.
Box I 22, folder 93

Working on the '58 Willys Pickup, and other poems, in translation-Chinese, with related correspondence 1981-1986

Physical Description: 37 leaves, 1 folder
Box I 22, folder 94

Xrist, poem 1959

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 95

Yase: September, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 96

The Years Seem to Tumble, poem undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box I 22, folder 97

Yuba Country Autumn, poem 1980

Physical Description: 1 leaf
 

Monographs Subseries 1.3 1959-2000

Physical Description: 3 linear feet

Scope and Contents

Includes broadsides and books by Gary Snyder and materials related to the publication of his books.
 

Broadsides Subseries 1.3.1 1964-1998

Physical Description: 1 linear foot

Scope and Contents

Single sheets printed on one side, these broadsides, poem-cards, and folded sheets, range in size from 9x13 cm. to 46x60 cm. They feature Gary Snyder's poetry and prose works. Many are signed copies. Some are illustrated, and examples of Snyder's calligraphy can be found here. Arranged alphabetically by title.
Box Legal 1, folder 5

Above Pate Valley undated

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box Folio 1, folder 2

Anasazi, printed by Michael Corr 1972

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box Legal 1, folder 6

Axe Handles undated

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box Legal 1, folder 7

The Call of the Wild, illustrated and silkscreened by Mike Morgulis and Jerry Wells [1971]

Physical Description: 5 broadsides in folder
Box Folio 1, folder 3

A Curse on the Men in Washington, Pentagon, [first letterpress edition, Santa Barbara, CA]: Unicorn Press 1968

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box Folio 1, folder 4

Dear Mr. President undated

Physical Description: 2 broadsides
Box I 23, folder 1

Earth Verse, Folger Poetry Series 1997-1998

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box Legal 1, folder 8

Eating: The Sacramental Sharing of Energies, fragments of Earth Wisdom series, no. 3, Silverton, Col.: Way of the Mountain Learning Center ca. 1984

Physical Description: 1 broadside (folding mini-poster), 1 photocopy
Box I 23, folder 2

Endless Streams and Mountains (excerpt), on The Nature Conservancy announcement undated

Physical Description: 1 poem-card
Box Folio 1, folder 5

Everybody Lying on Their Stomachs, Head Toward the Candle, Reading, Sleeping, Drawing, [Berkeley, CA: Maya] 1969

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box I 23, folder 3

Fire Rules, Adams, Mass.: Second Life Books 1982

Physical Description: 5 broadsides
Box I 23, folder 4

For All (excerpt), Galisteo, New Mexico: Desert Rose Press, Earth Day 1990

Physical Description: 1 poem-card
Box I 23, folder 5

For All (excerpt), Galisteo, New Mexico: Desert Rose Press, Earth Day 1990

Physical Description: 1 poem-card
Box Legal 1, folder 9

For the Children, Rainbow Recycling Ltd. 1977

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box I 23, folder 6

Four Changes, [Chicago: Robert Shapiro] 1969

Physical Description: 1 folded sheet
Box I 23, folder 7

Four Changes undated

Physical Description: 1 folded sheet
Box I 23, folder 8

Four Changes undated

Physical Description: 1 broadside (photocopy)
Box Folio 1, folder 6

Four Changes, Santa Barbara: Noel Young for Unicorn Book Shop 1969

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box Folio 1, folder 7

Front Lines, announcement for benefit for Institute for the Study of Nonviolence 1976

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box Folio 1, folder 8

Go Round, [Santa Barbara, CA: Unicorn Press] ca. 1967

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box I 23, folder 9

How Zen Masters are Like Mature Herring May 30, 1983

Physical Description: 14 broadsides
Box Legal 1, folder 10

Manzanita, a keepsake of the dedication of Kent State Library, [Kent, OH: Kent State University Libraries] 1971

Physical Description: 1 folded sheet
Box I 23, folder 10

A Mind Like Compost, North San Juan, CA: Bob Giorgio 1979

Physical Description: 8 poem-cards
Box Folio 1, folder 9

A Mind Like Compost, [North San Juan, CA]: Bob Giorgio 1979

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box Legal 1, folder 11

Nanao Knows 1964

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box Folio 1, folder 10

North Beach, [San Francisco: Canessa Gallery, 1975]. undated

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box I 23, folder 11

O Mama undated

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box Legal 1, folder 12

Old Way, fragments of Earth Wisdom series, no. 2, Silverton, Col.: Way of the Mountain Learning Center ca. 1984

Physical Description: 2 broadsides (folding mini-posters)
Box Legal 1, folder 13

One Should Not Talk to a Skilled Hunter About What is Forbidden by the Buddha, [Port Townsend, Wash.]: Copper Canyon Press 1974

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box I 23, folder 12

Practice of the Wild (excerpt), Okeanos Press undated

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box Folio 1, folder 11

Prayer for the Great Family [1971]

Physical Description: 2 broadsides
Box Folio 1, folder 12

Prayer for the Great Family, announcement for Santa Fe's 3rd annual All Species Day undated

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box Legal 1, folder 14

Right in the Trail, wood engraving by Michael McCurdy, [Richmond, Mass.]: Mad River Press May 1990

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box Legal 1, folder 15

Smokey the Bear Sutra, [San Francisco, first edition] 1969

Physical Description: 2 broadsides
Box Legal 1, folder 15

Smokey the Bear Sutra, printed at Feathered Serpent Press for occasion of Twelfth Annual Members' Meeting of the Yosemite Association Sept. 12, 1987

Physical Description: 5 folded sheets
Box I 23, folder 13

The Songs at Custer's Battlefield undated

Physical Description: 1 poem-card
Box Legal 1, folder 17

Sours of the Hills, [New York]: Samuel Charters 1969

Physical Description: 1 folded sheet
Box Folio 1, folder 13

Spel Against Demons, [Berkeley, CA: Moe's Books] 1970

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box I 23, folder 14

The Spirits Wait and Sing Beneath the Land, Plum Island Press undated

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box I 23, folder 15

Swimming Naked in the Yuba River, [Berkeley, CA: Maidu Press] 1971

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box I 23, folder 16

Tree Song, by Gary Snyder with Michael Mundy photograph, San Francisco: James Linden 1986

Physical Description: 1 broadside, 1 folder, 1 photograph, 1 envelope
Box Legal 1, folder 18

Two Logging Songs, Berkeley, CA: Serendipity Books 1973

Physical Description: 1 broadside
Box I 23, folder 17

Why Log Truck Drivers Rise Earlier Than Students of Zen, [Berkeley, CA: Gary Snyder(printed for him at Rainbow Zenith Press)] 1973

Physical Description: 2 broadsides
Box I 23, folder 18

Why Log Truck Drivers Rise Earlier Than Students of Zen, Olympia, Wash.: Lightfoot Press circa 1976

Physical Description: 3 broadsides
Box Legal 1, folder 19

The Wild Mushroom, announcement for reading at Eugene, OR: March 7, 1983

Physical Description: 2 broadsides
Box Folio 1, folder 14

Yase: September, [North San Juan, CA: Bob Giorgio] circa 1979

Physical Description: 1 broadside
 

Books Subseries 1.3.2 1959-2000

Physical Description: 1.6 linear feet

Scope and Contents

Consists of personal copies of Snyder's own works. A small number of the books are translations published in languages such as: Czech, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Swedish. Other types of materials include sheet music titled, "Gratitude to Mother Earth," and a booklet, "Smokey the Bear Sutra," ("Merry Christmas 1969" edition), created out of two mimeographed pages. Arranged alphabetically by title.
Box I 24, folder 1

The Back Country. London: Fulcrum Press 1967

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 24, folder 2

The Back Country. New York: New Directions 1968

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 24, folder 3

The Blue Sky. New York: The Phoenix Book Shop 1969

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 24, folder 4

Cold Mountain Poems, ( Ventiquattro Poesie di Han Shan ), in translation-Italian, North Press 1977

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 24, folder 5

Coming In To the Watershed, Keynote Address Publication Series. Sacramento, CA: The Center for California Studies, California State University, Sacramento 1992

Physical Description: 2 books, 1 letter
Box I 24, folder 6

Earth House Hold. New York: New Directions 1969

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 24, folder 7

Earth House Hold, in translation-Japanese. Tokyo: Orion Press 1969

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 24, folder 8

Earth Hold Hold, ( Le Retour des Tribus ), in translation-French 1972

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 24, folder 9

The Fudo Trilogy. Berkeley, CA: Shaman Drum 1973

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 24, folder 10

Good Wild Sacred. England: Five Seasons Press 1984

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 24, folder 11

Gratitude to Mother Earth, (sheet music). Rockville Centre, NY: Belwin Mills Publishing Corp. 1974

Physical Description: 1 item
Box I 24, folder 12

Intransit: The Gary Snyder Issue. Toad Press 1969

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 25, folder 1

Manzanita, a poem by Gary Snyder with silk screens by Marla Weinhoff undated

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 25, folder 2

Manzanita. Bolinas, CA: Four Seasons Foundation 1972

Physical Description: 2 books
Box I 25, folder 3

Maya: Gedichte, poems in translation-German. Munich: Carl Hanser Verlag 1972

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 25, folder 4

Myths & Texts. New York: Totem Press 1960

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 25, folder 5

Myths & Texts. New York: Totem Press 1960

Physical Description: 2 books
Box I 25, folder 6

Myths & Texts. New York: New Directions [hardbound] 1978

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 25, folder 7

Myths & Texts. New York: New Directions [paperback] 1978

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 25, folder 8

North Sea Road 1974

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 25, folder 9

A Place in Space, Ethics, Aesthetics, and Watersheds: New and Selected Prose. Washington D.C.: Counterpoint 1995

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 25, folder 10

Poetry Reading: Gary Snyder, Singing Zen, in English and Japanese. Japan: 2000

Physical Description: 1 book, 1 program, 4 fliers.
Box I 25, folder 11

Premier chant du chaman et autres poems, in translation-French. Paris: la Difference 1992

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 25, folder 12

A Range of Poems. London: Fulcrum Press 1966

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 26, folder 1

Regarding Wave, Iowa City: University of Iowa 1969

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 26, folder 2

Regarding Wave, New York: New Directions 1970

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 26, folder 3

Regarding Wave. London: Fulcrum Press 1970

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 26, folder 4

Riprap. Ashland, Mass.: Origin Press 1959

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 26, folder 5

Riprap, second edition. Kyoto: Origin Press 1959

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 26, folder 6

Riprap and Cold Mountain Poems. San Francisco: Four Seasons Foundation 1965

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 26, folder 7

Riprap and Cold Mountain Poems. San Francisco: Four Seasons Foundation 1969

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 26, folder 8

Riprap and Cold Mountain Poems. San Francisco: North Point Press 1990

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 26, folder 9

Ryosen-an: Zendo Practices. Kyoto: The First Zen Institute of America in Japan 1960

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 26, folder 10

Six Sections from Mountains and Rivers Without End. San Francisco: Four Seasons Foundation 1965

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 26, folder 11

Six Sections from Mountains and Rivers Without End. London: Fulcrum Press 1967

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 26, folder 12

Six Sections from Mountains and Rivers Without End Plus One. San Francisco: Four Seasons Foundation 1970

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 26, folder 13

Smokey the Bear Sutra, "Merry Christmas 1969" edition 1969

Physical Description: 1 two-page booklet
Box I 26, folder 14

Smokey the Bear Sutra. Yellow Springs, Ohio: 1974

Physical Description: 1 booklet
Box I 26, folder 15

Songs for Gaia. Port Townsend, WA: Copper Canyon Press for Kah Tai Alliance [hardbound] 1979

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 26, folder 16

Songs for Gaia. Port Townsend, WA: Copper Canyon Press, [paperback] 1979

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 27, folder 1

Tahle basen je pro medveda, in translation-Czech. Praha: Argo 1997

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 27, folder 2

Three Worlds, Three Realms, Six Roads. Marlboro, Vermont: The Griffin Press 1966

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 27, folder 3

Tingens adring, poems in translation-Swedish 1975

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 27, folder 4

Turtle Island, (Skoldpaddson), in translation-Swedish 1976

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 27, folder 5

Turtle Island, in translation-Japanese 1978

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 27, folder 6

The Wooden Fish. Japan: The First Zen Institute of America in Japan 1961

Physical Description: 1 book
 

Related Materials Subseries 1.3.3 1968-[1999]

Physical Description: 0.4 linear feet

Scope and Contents

These materials related to books written by Gary Snyder are divided into two categories: Dust Jackets and Other. Other related materials include receipts, royalty and fee statements, complimentary copies lists, a reviewer's checklist, cover art, agreements, and copyright records.
 

Dust Jackets 1.3.3.1 [1970]-[1999]

Physical Description: 0.2 linear feet

Scope and Contents

Arranged alphabetically by title.
Box Folio 1, folder 15

Axe Handles. San Francisco: North Point Press [1983]

Physical Description: 1 advance proof dust jacket
Box Folio 1, folder 16

The Gary Snyder Reader. Counterpoint [1999]

Physical Description: 2 dust jackets, 1 paperback cover
Box Folio 1, folder 17

Left Out in the Rain. San Francisco: North Point Press [1986]

Physical Description: 1 dust jacket, 2 paperback covers
Box Folio 1, folder 18

Myths & Texts. New Directions [1978]

Physical Description: 1 dust jacket
Box Folio 1, folder 19

The Practice of the Wild. North Point Press [1990]

Physical Description: 1 dust jacket
Box Folio 2, folder 1

The Real Work. New Directions [1980]

Physical Description: 1 dust jacket
Box Folio 2, folder 2

Regarding Wave, New Directions [1970]

Physical Description: 1 dust jacket
Box Folio 2, folder 3

Riprap and Cold Mountain Poems. San Francisco: North Point Press [1990]

Physical Description: 1 dust jacket, 1 paperback cover
Box Folio 2, folder 4

Taking the Path of Zen (by Robert Aitken with a Foreword by Gary Snyder). San Francisco: North Point Press [1982]

Physical Description: 2 dust jackets
Box Folio 2, folder 5

Turtle Island. New Directions [1974]

Physical Description: 1 dust jacket
 

Other 1.3.3.2 1968-1982

Physical Description: 0.2 linear feet

Scope and Contents

Arranged alphabetically by title.
Box I 27, folder 7

The Back Country, receipts from J. B. Lippincott Co. March 25, [1968]

Physical Description: 2 receipts
Box I 27, folder 8

The Back Country, royalty and fee statements and receipts from New Directions Publishing Corp. 1968-1969

Physical Description: 11 pp.
Box I 27, folder 9

The Back Country, complimentary copies list undated

Physical Description: 2 pp.
Box I 27, folder 10

Earth House Hold, royalty statements and copyright records from New Directions Publishing Corp. 1968-1969

Physical Description: 6 pp.
Box I 27, folder 11

Earth House Hold, complimentary copies list undated

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 27, folder 12

[The Great Clod] Project, or Hokkaido: Perspective on Wildness, agreement with The John Muir Institute March 12, 1970

Physical Description: 8 pp.
Box I 27, folder 13

He Who Hunted Birds in His Father's Village: The Dimensions of a Haida Myth, agreement with Grey Fox Press 1977

Physical Description: 8 pp.
Box I 27, folder 14

Passage Through India, agreement with Grey Fox Press Dec. 31, 1982

Physical Description: 5 pp.
Box I 27, folder 15

Regarding Wave, complimentary copies list undated

Physical Description: 2 Leaves
Box I 27, folder 16

Six Sections from Mountains and Rivers Without End, registration of a claim to copyright, and Manzanita, registration of a claim to copyright. Sept. 13, 1965

Physical Description: 2 certificates, 1 note, 1 envelope
Box I 27, folder 17

Turtle Island, cover art and Basic Reviewers Checklist with notes ca. 1974

Physical Description: 2 items
 

Published In (Gary Snyder's contributions to books, periodicals, and other publications) Subseries 1.4 1947-2001

Physical Description: 19.7 linear feet

Scope and Contents

Snyder collected examples of most of the publications to which he contributed. Formats of materials in this subseries include newsletters, newspapers, literary journals, and other periodicals, as well as books, pamphlets, reports, broadsides, clippings, calendars, catalogs, and fliers. Includes works translated into and published in: Chinese, Czech, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovene, Spanish, and Swedish. Arranged chronologically by year of publication and within each year alphabetically by title of Snyder's contribution.
 

Subseries 1.4.1 1947

Physical Description: 1 item
Box I 27, folder 18

"The Youngsteigers," prose in Mazama, Vol. 29, no. 13 (1947) 1947

 

Subseries 1.4.2 1950-1952

Physical Description: 27 items
Box I 27, folder 19

"An Autumn Poem," "The Death of Rhea," poems, in Janus Nov. 1950

Box I 27, folder 20

"A Poem," ("[Her life blew through my body and away...]") in Janus Feb 1950

Box I 27, folder 21

"A Poem," ("Walking lonely on a fall day..."), poem in Janus Jan. 1950

Box I 27, folder 22

"Tell Me If I Am Not Glad," "A Sinecure for P. Whalen," poems, in Janus Feb. 1951

Box I 27, folder 23

"Three Mantic Poems," in Janus May 1951

Box I 27, folder 24

"Songs for a Four-Crowned Dancing Hat," poem, in The Folio March 1952

Box I 27, folder 25

"Maitreya," poem, in Berkeley Bussei 1954

Box I 27, folder 26

"Epistemological Fancies," poem, in Berkeley Bussei 1955

Box I 27, folder 27

"Olympic Mountains," poem, in Poems & Pictures, no. 4 (July 1955) 1955

Box I 28, folder 1

"[Review]," of Ella E. Clark, Indian Legends of the Pacific Northwest, in Midwest Folklore, Vol. 5, no. 3 (1955) 1955

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 28, folder 2

"Song to be Sung Later," poem, in Occident, fall 1955 1955

Box I 28, folder 3

"Groves 14," poem in The Needle, Vol. 1, no. 2 (1956) 1956

Box I 28, folder 4

"A Berry Feast," poem, in Evergreen Review, Vol. 1, no. 2 (1957) 1957

Box I 28, folder 5

"Changes: 3," poem, in The Black Mountain Review, no. 7 (autumn 1957) 1957

Box I 28, folder 6

"Groves 12," poem, in Ark II, Moby I ca. 1957

Box I 28, folder 7

"Late October Camping in the Sawtooths," in Berkeley Bussei 1957

Box I 28, folder 8

"What I Think About When I Meditate," poem, in Ark III, winter 1957

Box I 28, folder 9

"Chion-in," poem, in Yugen, no. 2 (1958) 1958

Box I 28, folder 10

"Cold Mountain Poems," in Evergreen Review, Vol. 2, no. 6 (1958) 1958

Box I 28, folder 11

"Praise for Sick Women," "Another for the Same," poems, in Yugen, no. 3 (1958) 1958

Box I 28, folder 12

"Song for a Stone Girl at Sanchi," "For Zeami and Kwanami, from Myths & Texts," poems, in Berkley Bussei 1958

Box I 28, folder 13

"Spring Sesshin at Shokoku-ji," prose, in Chicago Review, summer 1958

Box I 28, folder 14

"Dear Sis," poem, in The Mariner May 1959

Box I 28, folder 15

"From Myths & Texts," poem, in Yugen, no. 4 (1959) 1959

Box I 28, folder 16

"Night," "Cartagena," poems, in Evergreen Review, no. 9 (1959) 1959

Box I 29, folder 1

"Seven Quick Flips," poem, in Vigil: New Writing by New Writers, autumn 1959

 

Subseries 1.4.3 1960-1969

Physical Description: 110 items
Box I 29, folder 2

"Aubade," poem, in Sidewalk: Scotland's Quarterly Review, Vol. 1, no. 2 (1960) 1960

Box I 29, folder 3

"Burning the Small Dead," poem, in Nomad, no. 8, autumn 1960

Box I 29, folder 4

"Kyoto Sketch," "Hunting," "This Poem is for Deer," poems, in The Galley Sail Review, winter 1960

Box I 29, folder 5

"Marin-an," "Mid-August at Sourdough Mountain Lookout," poems, in Berkeley Bussei 1960

Box I 29, folder 6

"[Note on Beat Generation]," in translation-Japanese, in Chuo-koron 1960

Box I 29, folder 7

"Six Month Song in the Foothills," "The Lookouts," "Baker's Cabin in 1952," "The Feathered Robe," "This Poem is for Birds," "Numerous Broken Eggs," "Under the Skin of It," poems, in Poetry Score, fall 1960

Box I 29, folder 8

"Soseki," poem, in translation-Japanese, in Tsukue Nov. 1960

Box I 29, folder 9

"Vapor Trails," "A Dry Day Just Before the Rainy Season," "The Rainy Season," poems, in Between Worlds, Vol. 1, no. 1 1960

Box I 29, folder 10

"[A View from the Mountain in Alaska in August]," "[Thin Ice]," "[Everyone in the Rain]," "[Shingon Temple, Kyoto]," "[Shinshu Temple]," "[Kyoto, March]," poems, in translation-Japanese, in Shigaku 1960

Box I 29, folder 11

"A Walk," "Wild Horses," "After Work," "On Vulture Peak," poems, in Yugen, no. 6 (1960) 1960

Box I 29, folder 12

"Zen Buddhism," prose, in The New Funk & Wagnalls Encyclopedia Yearbook 1959 1960

Box I 30, folder 1

"Buddhist Anarchism," prose, in Journal for the Protection of All Beings, no. 1 (1961) 1961

Box I 30, folder 2

"Fire in the Hole," "Skill," poems, in Trobar, no. 2 (1961). 1961

Box I 30, folder 3

"Hay for the Horses," poem, in translation-Japanese, in Subterraneans, no. 2 (1961). 1961

Box I 30, folder 4

"Letters to Will Peterson ;" "Letters to Philip Whalen," "Letters to Allen Ginsberg," prose; "Bubbs Creek Haircut," "Yase: September," "Pine River," poems; in Origin July 1961

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 30, folder 5

"Nooksack Valley," poem, in translation-Japanese, in Subterraneans, no. ? 1961

Box I 30, folder 6

"Oil," poem, in translation-German, in Rhinozeros 1961

Box I 30, folder 7

"A Poem of Plants," poem, in Outburst, no. 1 1961

Box I 30, folder 8

"[Review]," of Ch'u Yuan, Li Sao, A Poem on Relieving Sorrows, in Journal of American Folklore Jan.-March 1961

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 30, folder 9

"The Ship in Yokohama," prose, in Kulchur, no. 3 1961

Box I 30, folder 10

"Xrist," poem, in The Outsider, no. 1 1961

Box I 30, folder 11

"Zen Buddhism," prose, in The New Funk & Wagnalls Encyclopedia Yearbook 1960 1961

Box I 30, folder 12

"All Through the Rains," "Piute Creek," "Above Pate Valley," "Milton by Firelight," "Hay for the Horses," poems, in Contemporary American Poetry, Baltimore, MD: Penguin Books 1962

Box I 31, folder 1

"Logging No. 9," poem, in translation-Japanese, in Gendai America shishu 1962

Box I 31, folder 2

"Night Highway Ninety-Nine," poem, in Origin, no. 4 Jan. 1962

Box I 31, folder 3

"Four at Sea," "The Levels," poems, in The Yale Literary Magazine April 1963

Box I 31, folder 4

"Foxtail Pine," "Eight Sandbars on the Takano River," poems, in Northwest Review, summer 1963

Box I 31, folder 5

"A Heifer Clambers Up," poem, in The Beloit Poetry Journal, fall 1963

Box I 31, folder 6

"A Journey to Rishikesh & Hardwar," poem, in City Lights Journal, no. 1 1963

Box I 31, folder 7

"Six Years," poem, in Poetry Oct.-Nov. 1963

Box I 31, folder 8

"Some Square Comes," "Madly Whirling Downhill," poems, in The Outsider, Vol. 1, no. 3 1963

Box Folio 2, folder 6

"Across Lamarck Col.," poetry broadside, in A Poetry Folio, San Francisco: San Francisco Art Festival 1964

Physical Description: 10 broadsides in folio
Box I 31, folder 9

"A Break," "Refractive Index," "Some Views Concerning the Proposed Site of a National Park," poems, in The East-West Review, Vol. 1, no. 1 1964

Box I 31, folder 10

"The Firing," poem, in exhibition catalogue, Takeichi Kawai, John Chappell 1964

Box I 31, folder 11

"Hymn to the Goddess San Francisco in Paradise," poem, in City Lights Journal, no. 2 1964

Box I 31, folder 12

"Hymn to the Goddess San Francisco in Paradise," poem, in Fuck You: A Magazine of the Arts Sept. 1964

Box I 31, folder 13

"The Late Snow & Lumber Strike of the Summer of Fifty-Four," poem, in Poets of Today, New York: International Publishers 1964

Box I 32, folder 1

"Six Years," poem, in Joglars, Vol. 1, no. 2 1964

Box I 32, folder 2

"The Spring," "April," poem, in Coyote's Journal, no. 1 1964

Box I 32, folder 3

"3.XI.60," poem, in Joglars, Vol. 1, no. 1 1964

Box I 32, folder 4

"Across Lamarck Col.," "August was Foggy," "For the West," "How to Make Stew in the Pinacate Desert Recipe for Locke & Drum," poems, in The Critical Quarterly, Vol. 7, no. 2 1965

Box I 32, folder 5

"Dear Mr. President," poem, in Vietnam Blues, San Francisco: Bindweed Press 1965

Box I 32, folder 6

"For the West," poem, in Synapse, no. 4 May 1965

Box I 32, folder 7

"Hop, Skip, & Jump," "On Our Way to Khajuraha," poems, in The Paris Review, no. 34 (spring-summer 1965

Box I 32, folder 8

"Nanao Knows," poem, in Fux Magascean! 1965

Box I 32, folder 9

"The Plum Blossom Poem," "Beneath My Hand and Eye the Distant Hills, Your Body," poems, in The Yale Literary Magazine April 1965

Box I 32, folder 10

"[Review]," of Fosco Maraini, Where Four Worlds Meet, in Arizona Quarterly, Vol. 21, no. 2 1965

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 32, folder 11

"Through the Smoke Hole," poem, in Poetry April-May 1965

Box I 32, folder 12

"To the Chinese Comrades," poem, in Coyote's Journal, no. 4 1965

Box I 32, folder 13

"2.XI.1964," "Sather," poems, in Synapse Jan. 1965

Box Legal 1, folder 20

"All Over the Dry Grasses," "Sand," poems, in unidentified Japanese periodical ca. 1966

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 32, folder 14

"The Circumambulation of Mt. Tamalpais," "What Do They Say," "The Truth Like the Belly of a Woman Turning ," poems, in Coyote's Journal, no. 5-6 1966

Box I 33, folder 1

"Could She See the Whole Real World with her Ghost Breast Eyes Shut Under a Blouse Lid? "poem; "Buddhism & the Coming Revolution," prose; in translation-Japanese, in Psyche, Vol. 2 Sept. 1966

Box I 33, folder 2

"Could She See the Whole Real World with her Ghost Breast Eyes Shut Under a Blouse Lid? "" The Circumambulation of Mount Tamalpais," poems, in Poems Read in the Spirit of Peace & Gladness, Berkeley, Calif.: Peace & Gladness Co-op Press 1966

Box Legal 1, folder 21

"The Elwha River," poem, in "...stained the water clear...": A Festschrift for Lloyd J. Reynolds, Portland, OR: Reed College 1966

Box I 33, folder 3

"For the Boy Who Was Dodger Point Lookout Fifteen Years Ago," "The Truth Like the Belly of a Woman Turning ," "The Circumambulation of Mount Tamalpais," poems, in Agenda, (summer) 1966

Box I 33, folder 4

"Go Round," "Oysters," "Circumambulating Arunachala," poems, in The Paris Review, no. 37 (spring 1966

Box I 33, folder 5

"Nanao Sakaki," note for Nanao Sakaki, Bellyfulls, Eugene, OR: Toad Press 1966

Box I 33, folder 6

"7.IV.64," poem; "A Statement About '7.IV.64'," prose; in Poems for Young Readers 1966

Box I 33, folder 7

"Six Years," "Mt. Hiei," poems, in Poetry Northwest, Vol. 6, no. 4 1966

Box I 33, folder 8

"Sixth-Month Song in the Foothills," "Trail Crew Camp at Bear Valley, 9000 Feet. Northern Sierra-White Bone and Threads of Snowmelt Water," "Home from the Sierra," poems, in The Critical Quarterly, Vol. 8, no. 1 1966

Box I 33, folder 9

"Three Worlds, Three Realms, Six Roads," poem, in Poetry Dec. 1966

Box Folio 2, folder 7

"Buddhism & the Coming Revolution," prose in City of San Francisco Oracle 1967

Box Folio 2, folder 8

"Buddhism & the Coming Revolution," prose, in translation-Japanese, in Psyche Journal April 1967

Box Folio 2, folder 9

"Buddhist Anarchism," prose, in The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle, Vol. 1, no. 8 1967

Box I 33, folder 10

"A Curse on the Men in Washington, Pentagon," "By the Tama River at the North End of the Plain in April," "Passage to More than India," poems, in unidentified Japanese publication ca. 1967

Box Folio 2, folder 10

"Go Round," poetry broadside, in Unicorn Folio, series 1, no. 1, [Santa Barbara, CA:] Unicorn Press 1967

Physical Description: 8 broadsides in folio
Box I 33, folder 11

"A Lion Dream," "Early Morning Orissa," "Banaras," "The Temples at Khajuraho," poems, in Coyote's Journal, no. 8 1967

Box I 33, folder 12

"Praise for Sick Women," poem, in translation-Czech, in Novi Americti Basnici 1967

Physical Description: 1 book
Box Legal 1, folder 22

"Seed Pods," poem, in unidentified Japanese periodical ca. 1967

Box I 34, folder 1

"Six Years," "Envoy to Six Years," "The Wide Mouth," poems, in The Journal of Creative Behavior, Vol. 1, no. 3 July 1967

Box Folio 2, folder 11

"Why Tribe," prose, in The Tribes, Vol. 2, no. 1, Tokyo: Emerald Breeze Tribe 1967

Box Folio 2, folder 12

"Burning Island," poem, in The Tribe, Vol. 2, no. 2, Tokyo: Emerald Breeze Tribe 1968

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 34, folder 2

"Eight Songs of Clouds and Water," poem, in Poetry March 1968

Box I 34, folder 3

"In the House of the Rising Sun," "Dear Mr. President," "A Curse on the Men in Washington, Pentagon," poems, in War Poems, New York: The Poets Press, Inc. 1968

Box I 34, folder 4

"Milton by Firelight," "A Stone Garden," "Myths and Texts, III," "Four Poems for Robin," poems, in Poems of our Moment, New York: Pegasus 1968

Box I 34, folder 5

"A Curse on the Men in Washington, Pentagon," "To Fire," "In the House of the Rising Sun," poems, in Thunderbolts of Peace and Liberation, Blackburn (Lancs.): BB Books 1969

Box I 34, folder 6

"The Hudsonian Curlew," poem, in Poetry Nov. 1969

Box I 34, folder 7

"Human Chauvinism," letter to the editor, in Newsweek Dec. 1, 1969

Physical Description: 1 periodical, 1 letter
Box I 34, folder 8

"It," "Love," poems, in Field, fall 1969

Box Legal 1, folder 23

"Land Lovers," quote from Snyder, in Look Nov. 4, 1969

Box Legal 1, folder 24

"Love," poem; "The Return of Japhy Ryder," interview; in translation-Japanese; in Buzoku, Vol. 2, no. 3 1969

Box I 34, folder 9

"Piute Creek," "Riprap," poems and literary criticism, in translation-Japanese, in The Rising Generation Feb. 1969

Box I 34, folder 10

"Poke Hole Fishing After the March," "Smokey the Bear Sutra," poems, in Lillabulero, summer/fall 1969

Box Folio 2, folder 13

"Revolution in the Revolution in the Revolution," poem; "The Return of Japhy Ryder," interview; in Berkeley Barb, Vol. 8, no. 1 Jan. 3-9, 1969

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box Folio 2, folder 14

"Smokey the Bear Sutra," poem, in The Augur, Vol. 1, no. 3 1969

Box I 34, folder 11

"Sours of the Hills," poem, in Harper's Magazine Sept. 1969

 

Subseries 1.4.4 1970-1979

Physical Description: 250 items
Box I 34, folder 12

"All the Spirit Powers Went to Their Dancing Place," "Without," poems in Aldebaran Review, no. 9 Aug. 1970

Box I 34, folder 13

"Cold Mountain Poems," in Ting: The Caldron, San Francisco: Glide Urban Center 1970

Box I 35, folder 1

"The Cold Mountain Poems of Han-Shan," from the Chinese, in Literature of the Eastern World 1970

Box I 35, folder 2

"Dear Poets Commune," letter, in Anthology of Underground Poetry: Section Seven, Berkeley, Calif.: Poets' Commune Publications 1970

Box I 35, folder 3

"Four Changes," prose, in The Congressional Record April 15, 1970

Box I 35, folder 4

"Four Changes," prose, in translation-French (Swiss), in Oeuf: Premature Egg 1970

Box I 35, folder 5

"Four Changes," prose, in Overflow, Vol. 3, no. 3 1970

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box Folio 2, folder 15

"Four Changes," prose, in Peace News Jan. 30, 1970

Physical Description: 3 copies
Box I 35, folder 6

"Four Changes," prose; "Smokey the Bear Sutra," poem; in Win Magazine 1970

Box I 35, folder 7

"No Matter, Never Mind," poem, in A Book of Poems by Gary Snyder, Nathaniel Tarn, Anselm Hollo, Allen Planz, Ken Smith, Lee Harwood, Michael Anania, and Stuart Montgomery 1970

Box I 35, folder 8

"O," poem, in The Hudson Review, Vol. 23, no. 3 1970

Box I 35, folder 9

"Six Years," poem, in Ta Tzu Pao, ( Big Letter Newspaper ), winter 1970

Box I 35, folder 10

"Smokey the Bear Sutra," poem, in Fulcrum, Vol. 1, no. 1 Feb. 16, 1970

Box I 35, folder 11

"Smokey the Bear Sutra," poem, in A Report on E-Week at the Smithsonian May 15, 1970

Physical Description: 1 photograph and 1 report, in binder
Box I 35, folder 12

"What You Should Know to be a Poet," "Long Hair," poems, in New American Review, no. 8 1970

Box I 35, folder 13

"The Wilderness and the Non-Verbal," prose, in The Center Magazine, Vol. 3, no. 4 July/Aug. 1970

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box Folio 2, folder 16

"Words for Earth," poems and prose, in Chinook April 16, 1970

Box I 35, folder 14

"All the Spirit Powers Went to Their Dancing Place," poem; "Four Changes," prose; in Changes Magazine 1971

Box I 36, folder 1

"The Call of the Wild," poem, in Not Man Apart, Vol. 1, no. 8 Aug. 1971

Box I 36, folder 2

"Cold Mountain Poems," poems, in Montagna Rossa 1971

Box I 36, folder 3

"The Dharma Eye of d.a. levy," prose, in The Serif Dec. 1971

Box I 36, folder 4

"A Dry Day Just Before the Rainy Season," poem, in Mark in Time: Portraits & Poetry/San Francisco, San Francisco: Glide Publications 1971

Box I 36, folder 5

"Four Changes," prose, in translation-German, in Hotcha!, no. 52 Feb. 1971

Box I 36, folder 6

"The Hump-backed Flute Player," poem, in Coyote's Journal, no. 9 1971

Box I 36, folder 7

"Little Dead Kids Butts," "Charms," "The Bath," poems; "[Review] "of Philip Whalen, On Bear's Head, prose; in Caterpillar, no. 17 Oct. 1971

Box Legal 1, folder 25

"Manzanita," poetry broadside, in Six Poems/Seven Prints, Kent, OH: Kent State University Libraries 1971

Physical Description: 6 broadsides and 7 prints in folio
Box I 36, folder 8

"Meeting the Mountains," poem, in Origin, no. 20 Jan. 1971

Box Legal 1, folder 26

"Prayer for the Great Family," poem, in Look Jan. 26, 1971

Box I 36, folder 9

"Smokey the Bear Sutra," poem, in COSMEP Newsletter, Vol. 3, no. 2 Nov. 1971

Box I 36, folder 10

"Source," poem, in Unmuzzled Ox 1971

Box Legal 1, folder 27

"A Spring Night in Shokoku-ji," poem, in Daily Planet, Vol. 2, no. 1 Jan. 25, 1971

Box I 36, folder 11

"Steak," poem, in Jeopardy, spring 1971

Box I 36, folder 12

"The Way West, Underground," "Control Burn," "Smokey the Bear Sutra," poems, in Raster 1971

Box I 36, folder 13

"What is to be Done," poem, in Kayak, no. 26 1971

Box I 36, folder 14

"Anasazi," "By Frazier Creek Falls," poems, in The Yes! Press Anthology, Santa Barbara, Calif.: Christopher's Books 1972

Box I 36, folder 15

"[The Ancient Forests of China Logged]," "Maudgalyayana Saw Hell," "from Six Years," "Beneath My Hand and Eye the Distant Hills, Your Body," "Wave," "Kyoto Born in Spring Song," "Burning Island," "Revolution in the Revolution in the Revolution," "What You Should Know to be a Poet," poems, in Today's Poets, 2nd edition, New York: Charles Scribner's Sons 1972

Box I 37, folder 1

"As for Poets," "Anasazi," "Coyote Valley Spring," "Control Burn," poems, in translation-Italian, in Tam Tam 1972

Box I 37, folder 2

"As for Poets," "By Frazier Creek Falls," "Source," poems, in Raster 1972

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 37, folder 3

"As for Poets," poem; "On 'As for Poets'," prose; in Diamond Sangha 1972

Box I 37, folder 4

"As for Poets," poem; "On 'As for Poets'," prose; in The Rising Generation, no. 10 Oct. 1972

Box Folio 3, folder 1

"The Bath," poem, in The Drummer Nov. 30, 1972

Box I 37, folder 5

"The Bath," poem, in Edge, no. 3 Feb. 1972

Box I 37, folder 6

"Clear-Cut," in Poetry Nippon Sept. 1972

Box I 37, folder 7

"The Dead by the Side of the Road," poem, in Raven, Vol. 1, no. 3 1972

Box I 37, folder 8

"Down," poem, in Open Reading, no. 1 March 1972

Box I 37, folder 9

"Energy is Eternal Delight," prose, in translation-Italian, in Indian Paria ca. 1972

Box I 37, folder 10

"Energy is Eternal Delight," prose in The New York Times Jan. 12, 1972

Physical Description: 1 clipping
Box Folio 3, folder 2

"Energy is Eternal Delight," prose, in The Union, Grass Valley-Nevada City, Calif. May 2, 1972

Box Folio 3, folder 3

"For Berkeley," poem, in New Morning Oct. 1972

Box I 37, folder 11

"For Nothing," "Night Herons," "Pine Tree Tops," poems, in Clear Creek, no. 13 1972

Box I 37, folder 12

"The Front lines," "Manzanita," poems, in Dacotah Territory, no. 3 1972

Box I 37, folder 13

"Hers," poem, in The 11 1972

Box Folio 3, folder 4

"[Letter to Will Petersen]," prose, in Toucan 1972

Box I 37, folder 14

"Mother Earth," in The New York Times July 13, 1972

Box I 37, folder 15

"On San Gabriel Ridges," poem, in Caterpillar, no. 18 April 1972

Box I 37, folder 16

"[Poems]," unidentified, in translation-Swedish, in Poesi fran USA, Stockholm: 1972

Physical Description: 1 book
Box Legal 1, folder 28

"Poetry and the Primitive," prose, in Co Tinneh 1972

Physical Description: 1 periodical, 1 letter
Box I 37, folder 17

"Prayer for the Great Family," poem, in The San Francisco Phoenix, Vol. 1, no. 2 1972

Box Legal 1, folder 29

"The Real Work," broadside, in Rogue River Gorge, no. 4 (spring 1972

Physical Description: 20 broadsides in folio, 2 copies
Box I 37, folder 18

"The Way West, Underground," poem, in The Seventies, no. 1 (spring 1972

Box I 38, folder 1

"Above Pate Valley," poem, in Cold-Drill, no. 3 1973

Box I 38, folder 2

"Anasazi," poem, in Northwest Review, Vol. 13, no. 2 1973

Box I 38, folder 3

"A Berry Feast," poem, in translation-Japanese, in Kurushimagire June 1973

Box I 38, folder 4

"Clear-Cut," "Virgin," poems, in Polaris, winter 1973

Box I 38, folder 5

"Collected Poems of Lew Welch," review, in The San Francisco Chronicle Nov. 28, 1973

Box I 38, folder 6-7

"The Elwha River," "A Walk," "A Heifer Clambers Up," "Four Poems for Robin," "The Snow on Saddle Mountain," "Meeting the Mountains," poems, in The Norton Anthology of Modern Poetry, New York: W.W. Norton & Co., Inc. 1973

Physical Description: 1 hardbound copy, 1 paperback
Box I 39, folder 1

"Hemp," poem, in The Marijuana Review, Vol. 1, no. 9 1973

Box I 39, folder 2

"The Hump-backed Flute Player," "For Plants," poems, in America A Prophecy, New York: Random House 1973

Box I 39, folder 3

"Kamchatka Ravens," prose, in translation-Italian, in Tam Tam 1973

Box I 39, folder 4

"Kyoto Born in Spring Song," "Shark Meat," poems, in Wetlands Magazine, summer 1973

Physical Description: 1 periodical, 1 clipping
Box I 39, folder 5

"[Letter about Ezra Pound]," excerpt, in A Quiet Requiem for E.P. Jan. 19, 1973

Physical Description: 1 program
Box I 39, folder 6

"Mother Earth: Her Whales," poem, in translation-Swedish, in Tryck, no. 2 1973

Box I 39, folder 7

"Original Vow," poem, in Kyoi, no. 2 May 1973

Box I 39, folder 8

"Poetry and the Primitive," "Song of the Taste," "As for Poets," "Two Logging Songs," "Smokey the Bear Sutra," poems and prose, and article about Snyder, in translation-Japanese, in Yuriika Nov. 1973

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 39, folder 9

"[Review]," of Lew Welch, Ring of Bone, in Book People New Titles Dec. 15, 1973

Box I 39, folder 10

"Tsurugi Mountain," poem, in Hawaii Review, spring 1973

Box I 39, folder 11

"Up Branches of Duck River," poem, in "Unmuzzled Ox," Vol. 2, no. 1-2 1973

Box I 39, folder 12

"Why Log Truck Drivers Rise Earlier Than Students of Zen," poem, in Hyperion, fall 1973

Box I 40, folder 1

"August on Sourdough, A Visit from Dick Brewer," "Trail Crew Camp at Bear Valley, 9000 Feet. Northern Sierra-White Bone and Threads of Snowmelt Water," "A Heifer Clambers Up," "How to Make Stew in the Pinacate Desert Recipe for Locke & Drum," poems, in Literary Calvacade Jan. 1974

Box I 40, folder 2

"Bedrock," "Rain in Alleghany," "Why Log Truck Drivers Rise Earlier Than Students of Zen," poems, in Wednesday Nights 1974

Box I 40, folder 3

"Burning Island Yake Jima," "Love," poems; article about Berkeley poetry reading; in Om, Tokyo: Cosmic Child Community Dec. 1974

Box I 40, folder 4

"Det Nye Stammesamfunnet," prose, in translation-Norwegian, in Vannbaereren, no. 1 (winter) 1974

Box I 40, folder 5

"For Alan Watts," "Why Log Truck Drivers Rise Earlier Than Students of Zen," poems, in The Eastern Buddhist May 1974

Box I 40, folder 6

"For the Boy Who Was Dodger Point Lookout Fifteen Years Ago," poem, in Wilderness Camping, fall 1974

Box I 40, folder 7

"Four Changes," in translation-Japanese, in Om, Cosmic Child Community Nov. 1974

Box I 40, folder 8

"Just Before 44," poem, in Bastard Angel, fall 1974

Box I 40, folder 9

"Letter from Gary Snyder," in Om, Cosmic Child Community July 1974

Box I 40, folder 10

"MA," poem, in Coyote's Journal, no. 10 1974

Box I 40, folder 11

"Mid-August at Sourdough Mountain Lookout," "Riprap," "A Berry Feast," "Burning the Small Dead," "Yase: September," "A Volcano in Kyushu," "Nansen," "Wandering the Old, Dirty Countries," "For John Chappell," "7-IV-64," "August was Foggy," "Logging," "Hunting," poems, in Almanacco Dello Specchio, no. 3 1974

Box I 40, folder 12

"[Poems]," in translation-Swedish, in Vox 1974

Box I 40, folder 13

"Postnote," prose, in Bits & Snatches: The Selected Works of Sam Thomas, New York: White Rose Press 1974

Box I 40, folder 14

"[Review]," of Lew Welch, Ring of Bone ; "What Steps," poem; in North Country March 1974

Box I 40, folder 15

"Tomorrow's Children," poem, in Not Man Apart, Vol. 4, no. 15 1974

Box I 40, folder 16

"What Happened Here Before," poem, in Phenomenology of Landscape, Carrboro, N.C.: Truck Press 1974

Box I 41, folder 1

"What Will Happen to Suwanose Island and Banyon Ashram?," in Om, Japan: Cosmic Child Community May 15, 1974

Box I 41, folder 2

"Why Log Truck Drivers Rise Earlier Than Students of Zen," poem, in Not Man Apart, Vol. 4, no. 17 1974

Box I 41, folder 3

"The Call of the Wild," "Revolution in the Revolution in the Revolution," "Song of the Taste," " Civilization," "Not Leaving the House," "Long Hair," poems, in Beat Generation ( Entretiens, no. 34) 1975

Box Legal 1, folder 30

"Coyote Yapping on the Ridge...," poem, in Mountain Gazette Aug. 1975

Box I 41, folder 4

"For Berkeley," poem, in Noise, no. 4 Dec. 1975

Box I 41, folder 5

"Getting There," "All in the Family," "Fear Not," poems; "Pelton Wheel Notes," prose; in An Alleghany Star Route Anthology 1975

Box I 41, folder 6

"Getting There," "Fear Not," poems, in Northwest Review, Vol. 14, no. 3 1975

Box I 41, folder 7

"The Incredible Survival of Coyote," prose, in Western American Literature Feb. 1975

Box I 41, folder 8

"Mid-August at Sourdough Mountain Lookout," "Piute Creek," "Nooksack Valley," "The Late Snow & Lumber Strike of the Summer of Fifty-Four," poems, in Modern Poetry of Western America, Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Press 1975

Box I 41, folder 9

"Nanao Knows," "Through the Smoke Hole," "Long Hair," "What You Should Know To Be a Poet," "Revolution in the Revolution in the Revolution," "No Matter, Never Mind," "For the Children," "Prayer for the Great Family," "Mother Earth: Her Whales," "As for Poets," poems, in translation-Dutch, in Mandala, no. 2 (summer) 1975

Box I 41, folder 10

"On Wilderness," prose, in The Living Wilderness, winter 1974-1975

Box I 41, folder 11

"Pine Tree Tops," "The Dazzle," "Mid-August at Sourdough Mountain Lookout," "Piute Creek," "Milton By Firelight," "Kyoto: March," "Logging," "This Poem is for Bear," "Burning," "Foxtail Pine," "Through the Smoke Hole," "Wave," "Song of the Taste," "Magpie's Song," "For the Children," "Without," poems; "Clouds and Rocks ," "Wildland, A Voice From Within," prose; in Proceedings of the Right to Remain Wild, A Public Choice Nov. 17-19, 1975

Box I 41, folder 12

"Poetry and the Primitive: Notes on Poetry as an Ecological Survival Technique," prose, in translation-Spanish, in Revista de Occidente Feb.-March 1975

Box I 41, folder 13

Turtle Island, excerpt, in Earthwatch Oregon April 1975

Box I 41, folder 14

Turtle Island, excerpt, in Energy in Kansas: A Look at Human Values and Changing Lifestyles, League of Women Voters of Kansas 1975

Box I 41, folder 15

Turtle Island, selections, in translation-Japanese, in Om, Cosmic Child Community April 1975

Box I 41, folder 16

"Why Log Truck Drivers Rise Earlier Than Students of Zen," poem, in West Coast Paria 1975

Box I 42, folder 1

"Without," poem (print by Michael Corr), in Alcheringa; Ethnopoetics, Vol. 1, no. 2 1975

Box I 42, folder 2

"The Yogin and the Philosopher," prose, in Alcheringa; Ethnopoetics, Vol. 1, no. 2 1975

Box I 42, folder 3

"All the Spirit Powers Went to Their Dancing Place," poem, in Understanding Poetry, 4th edition, New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston 1976

Box I 42, folder 4

"Energy is Eternal Delight," prose, in translation-Italian, in North Oct. 1976

Box I 42, folder 5

"Facts," poem, in translation-Romanian, in Secolul 20 1976

Box Legal 1, folder 31

"For All," "The Grand Entry," poems, in The New York Times Magazine July 4, 1976

Box I 42, folder 6

"For/From Lew," ("Poem For/From Lew"), poem, in Pacific Sun Literary Quarterly, fall 1976

Box I 42, folder 7

"For/From Lew," ("Poem For/From Lew"), poem, in "...where ring is what a bell does": appreciation of Lew Welch, Stone Soup Poetry 1976

Box Folio 3, folder 5

"The Future of Nuclear Power," prose, in Simple Living, Vol. 1, no. 5 1976

Box I 42, folder 8

"High Quality Information," "Poetry is the Eagle of Experience," "The Earth's Wild Places," "Calcium Poem," poems; "[Comment on O'Neill's space colony]," prose; in Coevolution Quarterly, spring 1976

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 42, folder 9

"[Letter to the Editor]," in defense of the California Arts Council, in The Sacramento Bee Aug. 1, 1976

Box I 42, folder 10

"Myths and Texts," in The Face of Poetry: 101 Poets in Two Significant Decades--the 60's & the 70's, Arlington: Gallimaufry 1976

Box I 43, folder 1

"North Beach," prose, in The New Deep City Press 1976

Box I 43, folder 2

"Pine Tree Tops," poem, in Henry Luce Foundation, Inc., 1975-1976 Annual Report 1976

Box I 43, folder 3

"Piute Creek," "The Public Bath," "As for Poets," "Coyote Valley Spring," "Pine Tree Tops," poems, in Sixteen Modern American Poets, Tokyo: The Eihosha Ltd. 1976

Box I 43, folder 4

"Poetry and the Primitive," prose, in translation-Hungarian, in Helikon 1976

Box I 43, folder 5

"The Politics of Ethnopoetics," prose, in Alcheringa; Ethnopoetics, Vol. 2, no. 2 1976

Box I 43, folder 6

"Preface," in Peter Blue Cloud, Turtle, Bear and Wolf, Rooseveltown, NY: Akwesasne Notes 1976

Box Legal 1, folder 32

"Re-Inhabitation," prose; "What Happened Here Before," poem; in Humanities Network: Newsletter of the California Council for the Humanities in Public Policy, Vol. 1, no. 3 1976

Physical Description: 1 clipping, 1 newsletter
Box I 43, folder 7

Turtle Island, excerpt, in Earth Journal, Vol. 6, no. 4 1976

Box I 43, folder 8

"The Bath," poem, in Wet: The Magazine of Gourmet Bathing Aug./Sept. 1977

Box I 43, folder 9-10

"Berry Territory," "Bows to Drouth," "Walked Two Days in Snow, Then It Cleared for Five," poems, in New Directions in Prose and Poetry 35, New York: New Directions 1977

Physical Description: 1 hardbound book, 1 paperback
Box I 43, folder 11

"Big Fire at Ananda," poem, in Poetry Center Newsletter Nov. 1977

Box I 44, folder 1

"By Frazier Creek Falls," poem, in The Gift Outright: America to Her Poets, New York: Greenwillow Books 1977

Box I 44, folder 2

"The Cool Around the Fire," poem, in Kuksu, no. 6 1977

Box Legal 1, folder 33

"The Country Surrounds the City...," poem, in Backcountry, fall 1977

Box Folio 3, folder 6

"The Dead by the Side of the Road," poem, in The Western Slopes Connection July 19-Aug. 1, 1977

Box I 44, folder 3

"The Earth's Wild Places," "Prayer for the Great Family," poems, in Earth Heart Almanac 1977

Box Folio 3, folder 7

"For All," poem, in The New Age Harmonist, Vol. 1, no. 3 ca. 1977

Box I 44, folder 4

"For Berkeley," poem, in City of Buds & Flowers, Berkeley, Calif.: Aldebaran Review 1977

Box I 44, folder 5

"For/From Lew," ("Poem For/From Lew,"), poem, in Pocket Poetry, Vol. 2, no. 4 1977

Box I 44, folder 6

"It Pleases," poem, in Washington and the Poet, Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia 1977

Box I 44, folder 7

"Un message de de Gary Snyder," poem, in translation-French, in Chaman, no. 7 1977

Box I 44, folder 8

"The Cold Mountain Poems of Han-Shan," poems; "Le Yogin et le Philosophie," prose; in translation-French, in Chaman, no. 9 1978

Box I 44, folder 9

"The Dead by the Side of the Road," poem, as part of article, "How to Use Road Kills," in Coevolution Quarterly, no. 17 (spring 1978

Box I 44, folder 10

"Editor's Statement," "Wild in China," prose, in Journal for the Protection of All Beings, ( Coevolution Quarterly, no. 19), fall 1978

Physical Description: 3 copies
Box I 44, folder 11

"Facts," poem, in Street Magazine, Vol. 2, no. 4 1978

Box I 44, folder 12

"For the Children," "The Incredible Survival of Coyote," poems, in The New Alchemy Calendar for 1979 1978

Box I 45, folder 1

"Foreword," for Mirror for the Moon, New York: New Directions 1978

Box I 45, folder 2

"Introduction," for Gary H. Holthaus, Unexpected Manna, Port Townsend, WA: Copper Canyon Press 1978

Box I 45, folder 3

"John Muir on Mt. Ritter," "Amitabha's Vow," poems, in East West Journal May 1978

Box I 45, folder 4

"The Kukini," poem, in Plucked Chicken, no. 2 Feb. 1978

Box I 45, folder 5

"[Letter]," in The Caged Collective!, Berkeley, Calif.: Aldebaran Review 1978

Box I 45, folder 6

"Long Hair," "The Dead by the Side of the Road," poems, in Silent Voices: Recent American Poems on Nature, St. Paul, MN: Ally Press 1978

Box I 45, folder 7

"Migration of Birds," poem, in translation-French, in In-Hui, no. 4 1978

Physical Description: 1 periodical, 1 letter
Box I 45, folder 8

"Oil," poem, in Energy Research, University of Minnesota 1978

Box I 45, folder 9

The Old Ways, excerpt, prose in North Country Anvil, no. 26-27 March-June 1978

Box I 45, folder 10

"The Poetry of Natural Philosophy," prose, in announcement, The New Natural Philosophy, International College 1978

Physical Description: 3 copies
Box I 45, folder 11

"Smokey the Bear Sutra," poem, in Gathering Together May 1978

Box I 45, folder 12

"The Songs at Custer's Battlefield," poem, in Zero, no. 1 1978

Box I 45, folder 13

"Through the Smoke Hole," poem, in The Poetry Anthology 1912-1977 1978

Box I 46, folder 1

"As for Poets," "The Good Earth," poems, in translation-German, in Fiesta in Foresta: Poema la Siesta, [Gottingen, Germany]: Verlag Altaquito 1979

Box I 46, folder 2

"The Bath," poem, in A Geography of Poets, New York: Bantam Books 1979

Box I 46, folder 3

"[Comment]," on El Capitan, film by Fred Padula, on flyer ca. 1970

Box Legal 1, folder 34

"The Egg," "Piute Creek," "Running Water Music II," "The Blue Sky," "Meeting the Mountains," The Old Ways, "Looking for Nothing," "For Nothing," "Dawn," "Cold Mountain Poem, 17," "Without," "Prayer for the Great Family," excerpts, in calendar, The Last Wildlands, Friends of the Earth 1979

Box I 46, folder 4

"From a Letter (28.iii.79)," prose published in New Wilderness Letter, no. 7 ca. 1979

Physical Description: 1 clipping
Box I 46, folder 5

"Getting There," poem, in Amerus, no. 1 1979

Physical Description: 1 periodical, 1 note
Box I 46, folder 6

"Hay for the Horses," "Mid-August at Sourdough Mountain Lookout," "By Frazier Creek Falls," "The Dead by the Side of the Road," "The Late Snow & Lumber Strike of the Summer of Fifty-Four," "Avocado," "The Way West, Underground," "This Poem is for Bear," "Milton by Firelight," poems, in Contemporary Northwest Writing, Corvallis: Oregon State University Press 1979

Box I 46, folder 7

"Introduction," "Talk at Ishi Wilderness Conference," prose published in Upriver Downriver," 1979

Box Folio 3, folder 8

"The Old Ways," prose in Not for Sale ca. 1979

Box I 46, folder 8

"Planting," poem, in Brother Songs: A Male Anthology of Poetry 1979

Box I 46, folder 9

"Poetry, Community, & Climax," prose; "For All," poem; in Field, no. 20 1979

Physical Description: clipping
Box I 46, folder 10

"Poetry, Community, & Climax," prose; "For All," "Axe Handles," "Old Rotting Tree Trunk Down," poems; in Field, no. 20 (spring 1979

Physical Description: 1 periodical
Box I 47, folder 1

"Re-inhabitation," prose, in Rootdrinker, Vol. 3, no. 12 1979

Box I 47, folder 2

"Re-inhabitation: Learning Who We Are from Where We Are," prose, in New Roots for the Northeast, no. 7 Sept.-Oct. 1979

Box I 47, folder 3

"[Reviews of periodicals]," in Coevolution Quarterly, no. 21 1979

Box I 47, folder 4

"River in the Valley," "Notes on Natural Style," poems, in Plucked Chicken, no. 5 Aug. 1979

Box I 47, folder 5

"Smokey the Bear Sutra," poem, in Wild Oregon Sept.-Oct. 1979

Box I 47, folder 6

"Working on the '58 Willys Pickup," poem, in Zero 1979

 

Subseries 1.4.5 1980-1989

Physical Description: 246 items
Box Legal 2, folder 1

"[Blurb]," for True Night, on flyer ca. 1980

Box Legal 2, folder 2

"Marin-an," "Mid-August at Sourdough Mountain Lookout," "Song of the Taste," "The Great Power Line Pole ," "Cartagena," poems, in translation-Spanish, in Noroeste May 4, 1980

Box I 47, folder 7

"For All," poem, in The Applevine Sept. 24, 1980

Box I 47, folder 8

"For the Children," poem, in The Flower Essence Quarterly, autumn 1980

Box I 47, folder 9

"For the Children," poem, in Issues in Planning Services for California's Children and Youth, California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development 1980

Box I 47, folder 10

"Foreword," for Edward H. Schafer, The Divine Woman, San Francisco: North Point Press 1980

Box I 47, folder 11

"I Speak for the Wilderness," prose, in Resurgence, no. 83 Nov.-Dec. 1980

Box I 47, folder 12

"Journeys," poem, in Dreamworks, Vol. 1, no. 2 1980

Box I 47, folder 13

"Loving the Land: Living by the Green and the Sun," prose, in Resurgence Jan.-Feb. 1980

Box I 47, folder 14

"A Mind Like Compost," poem, in 25 Years...Reflection Vipasyayana, Buddhist Seminar Aug. 1-3, 1980

Box I 47, folder 15

"The Past Year on San Juan Ridge," prose, in Upriver Downriver 1980

Physical Description: 1 periodical, 1 photocopy
Box I 48, folder 1

"Poem for/from Lew," poem, in Poemcard of the Month: 12 Poemcards, Buffalo, N.Y.: White Pine Press 1980

Box I 48, folder 2

"Poetry, Community, & Climax," prose, in InterChange, Honolulu: InterArts Hawaii 1980

Box I 48, folder 3

"Poetry, Community, & Climax," prose, in Minus 31 and the Wind Blowing, Anchorage, AK: Alaska University Press 1980

Box I 48, folder 4

"The Real Work of Gary Snyder," prose; "Talking Late with the Governor about the Budget," "Without," "For the Children," poems; in NewAge, Vol. 5, no. 12 1980

Box Folio 3, folder 9

"A Sense of Place," prose, in The Ravencall June 1980

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 48, folder 5

"Smokey the Bear Sutra," poem, in The Windless Orchard, no. 36 (spring-summer 1980

Box I 48, folder 6

"Songs for Gaia," poem, in translation-Italian, in "...?" 1980

Box Legal 2, folder 3

"True Night," poem, in The Union, Weekend Prospector Sept. 13, 1980

Box I 48, folder 7

"When to Not," poem, in Upriver Downriver, no. 4 1980

Box I 48, folder 8

"Where We Are," poem, in Parabola, Vol. 5, no. 1 1980

Box I 48, folder 9

"Zen, Why?," prose, in Plucked Chicken, no. 6 April 1980

Box I 48, folder 10

"[Borrowers don't bother me...]," translation of Han Shan poem, in Trips for Beginners, Some Poems, Nana Press 1981

Box I 48, folder 11

"Breasts," "True Night," poems, in Zero 1981

Box I 48, folder 12

"Cities: Salvaging the Parts," prose, in The Planet Drum Review, Vol. 1, no. 3 1981

Box I 48, folder 13

"[Comment]," on Eye of the Womb by Susan Suntree, on flyer ca. 1981

Box Legal 2, folder 4

"The Dead by the Side of the Road," poem, in Roadkills, Cheloniidae Press 1981

Physical Description: 1 book
Box I 48, folder 14

"The Flowing," poem, in Conjunctions: I. Inaugural Double-Issue: A Festschrift in Honor of James Laughlin, Publisher of New Directions 1981

Box I 48, folder 15

"For/From Lew," poem, in Blaketimes, no. 2 1981

Box Legal 2, folder 5

"For the Children," poem, in Ziriuz, no. 33 Nov. 1981

Box I 49, folder 1

"Ink and Charcoal," prose, in Coevolution Quarterly, no. 32 (winter) 1981

Physical Description: 2 periodicals, 1 clipping
Box I 49, folder 2

"Look Back," poem, in Upriver Downriver, no. 6 ca. 1981

Box I 49, folder 3

"Mid-August at Sourdough Mountain Lookout," "An Autumn Morning in Shokoku-Ji," "The Dead by the Side of the Road," "Prayer for the Great Family," poems, in The Harper Anthology of Poetry 1981

Box I 49, folder 4

"Musgrave Ranges Gatha," poem, in Scripsi, Vol. 1, no. 2 1981

Box I 49, folder 5

"Overseas Poets Visit Central Australia," excerpts from a talk, in Aboriginal Languages Association Newsletter, no. 2 Nov. 1981

Box I 49, folder 6

"[Preface]," for A Zen Forest, Sayings of the Masters, in translation-Japanese, in Zenrinkushu Ri Tsuite 1981

Box I 49, folder 7

"[Quote]," in Agayuli: Southeastern Permaculture Inventory and Newsletter, fall 1981

Box I 49, folder 8

"[Quote]," in Tom Birch article, "The Liberation of Turtle Island," in Not Man Apart Oct. 1981

Box I 49, folder 9

The Real Work, excerpt in "Journal Jottings," in Bulletin-The Indian Institute of World Culture, Vol. 1, no. 8 1981

Box I 49, folder 10

"Revolution in the Revolution in the Revolution," "Above Pate Valley," "Burning Island," poems, in Affinities, Vol. 1, no. 1 1981

Box I 49, folder 11

"Riprap," poem, in translation-Japanese, in Amerikashi no sekai: seiritsu kara gendai, Tokyo: Taishukanshoten 1981

Box Legal 2, folder 6

"Smokey the Bear Sutra," poem, in The Fifth Estate, Vol. 15, no. 6 1981

Box I 50, folder 1

"Soy Sauce," poem, in Snapdragon, Vol. 4, no. 2 1981

Box Folio 3, folder 10

"True Night," poem, in The San Francisco Bay Guardian, Vol. 15, no. 43 1981

Box I 50, folder 2

"True Night," poem, in Temenos, no. 1 1981

Box I 50, folder 3

"Up Branches of Duck River," poem, in Gregory Corso: Writings from Unmuzzled Ox Magazine, New York: 1981

Box I 50, folder 4

"Where We Are," poem, in The American West July/Aug. 1981

Box I 50, folder 5

"Aboriginal Dreamtime and Mahayana Buddhism," prose, in Mind, Moon, Circle June 1982

Box I 50, folder 6

"Arts, Bioregions, and Communities," prose, in Native Arts Issues 81/82, Alaska State Council on the Arts 1982

Box I 50, folder 7

"Breasts," poem, in Exile, Reed College Literary Magazine 1982

Box I 50, folder 8

"Delicate Criss-crossing Beetle Trails Left in the Sand," "Breasts," "Soy Sauce," poems, in River Styx, no. 12 1982

Box I 50, folder 9

"Earth is Sacred," prose, in Resurgence Nov.-Dec. 1982

Box I 50, folder 10

"How Ethnopoetry can be Realized," prose, in translation-German, in Trickster, no. 9/10 Dec. 1982

Box I 50, folder 11

"Journey to Mountains and Rivers Without End," prose, in Takaido, Lawrence: The University of Kansas 1982

Box I 50, folder 12

"Kenneth Rexroth," prose, in The Kyoto Review, no. 15 (fall) 1982

Box I 50, folder 13

"Kenneth Rexroth," prose, in translation-Japanese, in Seiza Oct. 1982

Box I 50, folder 14

"[Letter]," in Earth First!, Vol. 2, no. 7 1982

Box I 50, folder 15

"Manzanita," poem, in Dacotah Territory, A 10 Year Anthology, Fargo: North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies 1982

Box I 51, folder 1

"North Country Road," poem, in East West Photo Journal, Vol. 3, no. 8 1982

Box I 51, folder 2

"Old Woman Nature," "I Am Sorry I Disturbed You," poems, in Contact II, Vol. 5, no. 26 1982

Box I 51, folder 3

"Poetry in Turbulence," "Granite Creek Guard Station, July 9," "Grow Food," "Daily Meditation," "Industrial Dark Ages," in Resurgence, Vol. 13, no. 4 1982

Box I 51, folder 4

"Spring Sesshin at Shokoku-ji," prose, in Hampshire Buddhist Society Summer Journal, no. 3 (summer) 1982

Box I 51, folder 5

"Affirming Non-violence in a Violent World," April 6, 1983 talks by Snyder, Thich Nhat Hanh, and Roshi Kapleau, at Rochester, NY, Unitarian Church, transcripts in Zen Bow Newsletter, Vol. 5, no. 3 1983

Box I 51, folder 6

"Axe Handles," poem, in Fine Woodworking, no. 42 Sept./Oct. 1983

Box I 51, folder 7

"Axe Handles," "Talking Late with the Governor about the Budget," poems, in Poet News Dec. 1983

Box I 51, folder 8

"The Bath," poem, in Divided Light: Father and Son Poems, New York: The Sheep Meadow Press 1983

Box I 51, folder 9

"[Behind it is a forest that goes to the Arctic...]," quote, in 1984 Western Wilderness Calendar 1983

Physical Description: 2 calendars
Box I 51, folder 10

"The Call of the Wild," poem, in The Cambridge Poetry Magazine, autumn 1983

Box I 51, folder 11

"Fear Not," "Hers," "Uluru Wild Fig Song," poems, in Sulfur, Vol. 3, no. 1 1983

Box Legal 2, folder 7

"For a Fifty-Year-Old Woman in Stockholm," poem, in translation-Swedish, and article about Snyder, in Sydsvenska Dagbladet Snallposten Feb. 27, 1983

Physical Description: 1 clipping
Box I 51, folder 12

"Good, Wild, Sacred," prose, in Coevolution Quarterly, fall 1983

Physical Description: 3 periodicals, 1 clipping
Box I 51, folder 13

"The Hump-backed Flute Player," poem; "Walls within Walls," prose; in Coevolution Quarterly, no. 37 (spring 1983

Box I 51, folder 14

"[Letter]," in The Deep Ecologist, no. 7 Sept. 1983

Box I 51, folder 15

"Letter from Sweden," in Raise the Stakes: The Planet Drum Review, no. 6 (winter) 1983

Physical Description: 1 periodical, 1 clipping
Box I 51, folder 16

"Money Goes Upstream," poem, in Electrum, no. 30 (summer) 1983

Box I 51, folder 17

"O Waters," poem, in translation-Japanese, in Seidaiki 1983

Physical Description: 1 periodical, 1 letter, 1 envelope
Box I 52, folder 1

"On the Road with D.T. Suzuki," prose, in Cloud-hidden Friends Letter, no. 5 1983

Physical Description: 2 photocopies
Box I 52, folder 2

"[Review]," of Steve Sanfield, A New Way, on announcement ca. 1983

Box I 52, folder 3

"So Old-," poem, in Sierra Heritage, Vol. 3, no. 3 1983

Box Legal 2, folder 8

"Talking Late with the Governor about the Budget," "For All," poems; and interview with Snyder; in California Living Magazine Nov. 20, 1983

Box I 52, folder 4

Turtle Island, prose excerpt, in Katuah: Bioregional Journal of the Southern Appalachians, no. 1 (autumn 1983

Box Legal 2, folder 9

"Volvernos Nativos," prose, in the Spanish, in Periodico Erratico, Argentina April-May 1983

Box I 52, folder 5

"Walked Two Days in Snow, Then It Cleared for Five," "The Canyon Wren," poems, in American West Sept./Oct. 1983

Box I 52, folder 6

"Wild Sacred Good Land," prose, in Resurgence, no. 98 May-June 1983

Box Legal 2, folder 10

"Alaska," "Getting in the Wood," "Dillingham, Alaska, the Willow Tree Bar," "The Grand Entry," poems, in We Alaskans, Vol. 5, no. 20 1984

Physical Description: 3 copies
Box Legal 2, folder 11

"Arts, Bioregions, and Communities," prose, in ARC Sept./Oct. 1984

Physical Description: 1 clipping
Box I 52, folder 7

"Arts, Bioregions, and Communities," prose, in Art Matters, Vol. 2, no. 1 1984

Box I 52, folder 8

"Coyote Man, Mr. President, and the Gun Fighters," prose, in Eugene Magazine, Vol. 1, no. 3 1984

Physical Description: 5 copies
Box I 52, folder 9

"Poetry, Community, & Climax," in translation-German, in Trans Atlantik Feb. 2, 1984

Physical Description: 1 periodical, 1 postcard
Box I 52, folder 10

"Does Bioregionalism Need an Open Fire (Wildfire) (Control Burn)? "prose, in Raise the Stakes: The Planet Drum Review, no. 10 (summer) 1984

Box I 52, folder 11

"The Hump-backed Flute Player," poem, in Loblolly: A Literary Biannual of the Vortex, no. 1 Aug. 1984

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 52, folder 12

"[Journal entry]," in textbook, Expressways: A Basal Language Program 1984

Box I 52, folder 13

"A Maul for Bill and Cindy's Wedding," poem, in The Mother Earth News, no. 86 March-April 1984

Box I 52, folder 14

"Notes on the Beat Generation," "The New Wind," prose, in American Poetry, Vol. 2, no. 1 1984

Box I 52, folder 15

"A Question of Worth," prose, in Outlook: Journal for a Nuclear-Free Sierra, Vol. 2, no. 2 ca. 1984

Box I 52, folder 16

"[Review]," of Peter Blue Cloud, Elderberry Flute Song ; "[Review]," of Richard K. Nelson, Make Prayers to the Raven ; in Coevolution Quarterly, summer 1984

Physical Description: 2 clippings, 1 periodical
Box I 53, folder 1

"Song of the Taste," poem; "Grace," prose; in Coevolution Quarterly, no. 43 (fall) 1984

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 53, folder 2

"Song of the Taste," poem; "On 'Song of the Taste'," prose; in Earth First!, Vol. 5, no. 1 1984

Box I 53, folder 3

"Soy Sauce," "Bows to Drouth," "Old Rotting Tree Trunk Down," "For a Fifty-year-old Woman in Stockholm ," "Old Woman Nature," "Hers," poems, in Mind Moon Circle: Journal of the Sydney Zendo, winter 1984

Box I 53, folder 4

"Strategic Air Command," poem, in Nuke-Rebuke, Iowa City, Iowa: The Spirit That Moves Us Press 1984

Box I 53, folder 5

"Three Deer One Coyote Running in the Snow," "For a Fifty-year-old Woman in Stockholm," "Changing Diapers ," poems, in Poetry Now, autumn 1984

Physical Description: 1 periodical, 1 letter
Box I 53, folder 6

"Tilth Jamboree," 1984 keynote presentation, excerpts, in Tilth Jamboree Directory & Proceedings 1984

Physical Description: 1 periodical, 1 clipping
Box I 53, folder 7

"We Make our Vows Together with All Beings," poem, in Buddhist Peace Fellowship Newsletter, Australia, spring 1984

Box I 53, folder 8

"Wild, Sacred, Good Land, Saving the Little Waterhole We Sing By," prose, in The Schumacher Lectures 1984

Box I 53, folder 9

"Axehandles," poem, in Beatitude 33, Silver Anniversary 1985

Box I 53, folder 10

"By Frazier Creek Falls," "The Truth Like Belly of a Woman Turning," "It Pleases," "For the Children," poems, in translation-Russian, in Flame 1985

Box I 53, folder 11

"Chan in the People's Republic," prose, in Ring of Bone Zendo Newsletter, [March 1985] 1985

Box I 53, folder 12

"Changing Diapers," poem, in Iris: A Journal About Women, no. 13, University of Virginia, spring 1985

Box Folio 3, folder 11

"[Comment] "on The Same Sea In Us All: Poems of Jaan Kaplinski, on broadside ca. 1985

Box I 53, folder 13

"Coyote Man, Mr. President and the Gunfighters," prose, in Buddhist Peace Fellowship Newsletter, Vol. 7, no. 1 Jan. 1985

Box I 53, folder 14

"For All," "The Dazzle," "Three Deer One Coyote Running in the Snow," "Old Woman Nature," poems; " Poetry and the Magic of Animals," prose; in The Human/Animal Connection 1985

Box I 54, folder 1

"Gary Snyder's Sierra for Petra Kelly," prose, in article, "Go," in California June 1985

Physical Description: 2 periodicals, 1 clipping
Box I 54, folder 2

"How We Do Mayday and Halloween on the Western Slope of the Northern Nevada," prose, in Upriver Downriver, no. 7 [June 1985] 1985

Physical Description: 3 copies
Box I 54, folder 3

"June," "The Public Bath," "Nansen," "Things to Do Around Kyoto," poems, in Kaleidoscope Kyoto, no. 14 May-June 1985

Box Legal 2, folder 12

"Na putu sa D.T. Suzukijem," article about D. T. Suzuki, in translation-Slovene, in Kulture Istoka April-June 1985

Physical Description: 1 periodical, 1 clipping
Box I 54, folder 4

"Oil," "Mt. Hiei," "For John Chappel," "Charms," poems, in translation-Russian, in Horizons, no. 1 1985

Box I 54, folder 5

"Old Woman Nature," in Modern Maturity, Vol. 28, no. 5 Oct./Nov. 1985

Box I 54, folder 6

"[Poems]," in translation-Chinese, in [ Anthology of American Contemporary Poetry, 1985?] circa 1985

Physical Description: 3 clippings
Box I 54, folder 7

Regarding Wave, The Back Country, and Turtle Island, excerpts, in Book of Love: An Encyclopedic Lexicon and Consulting Dictionary of the Word Love 1985

Box I 54, folder 8

"Song of the Taste," poem, in 45 Contemporary Poems: The Creative Process, Longman English and Humanities Series 1985

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 54, folder 9

"This Poem is for Bear," "Riprap," "Sixth-month Song in the Foothills," "Trail Crew Camp at Bear Valley. 9000 Feet. Northern Sierra-White Bone and Threads of Snowmelt Water," "I Went into the Maverick Bar," "Two Fawns That Didn't See the Light This Spring," poems, in The Harvard Book of Contemporary American Poetry, Cambridge, Mass.: The Belknap Press of Harvard University 1985

Box I 55, folder 1

"At the White River Roadhouse In the Yukon," poem, in Blind Donkey, Vol. 9, no. 3 1986

Physical Description: 2 periodicals, 1 clipping
Box I 55, folder 2

"At the White River Roadhouse In the Yukon," poem, in The Paris Review, no. 100 (summer/fall 1986

Box I 55, folder 3

"Axe Handles," poem, in The Mind's Eye, Greensboro, NC: Farr Associates, Inc. 1986

Box I 55, folder 4

"Coyote Man, Mr. President & the Gunfighters," prose, in Mind Moon Circle, Journal of the Sydney Zendo, winter 1986

Box I 55, folder 5

"Granite Creek Guard Station," "Milton by Firelight," "Riprap," excerpts from Myths & Texts, "A Walk," "Foxtail Pine," "Beneath My Hand and Eye the Distant Hills, Your Body," "Wave," "Burning Island," "Revolution in the Revolution in the Revolution," "It," "The Bath," "Control Burn," "Axe Handles," "Old Rotting Tree Trunk Down," poems; excerpt from "Poetry and the Primitive," prose; and essay about Snyder; in Crosscurrents, Vol. 6, no. 3 1986

Box I 55, folder 6

"Hitch Haiku," in Strong Measures, New York: Haper & Row 1986

Box I 55, folder 7

"[Letter]," to Geri Larson, Supervisor, Tahoe National Forest, in Save the Tahoe National Forest, Forest Issues Task Force, Action Alert! 1986

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 55, folder 8

"[Letters]," to Vojo Sindolic in article, "Beat Letters to Yugoslavia," in Writers Outside the Margin, an Anthology, Sudbury, Mass.: Water Row Press 1986

Box I 55, folder 9

"Maple Bridge Night-mooring," poem, translation from the Chinese; "At Maple Bridge," poem; in Cloudline, Ketchum, Idaho: Wind Vein Press 1986

Box I 56, folder 1

"The Persimmons," poem, in The New Yorker Sept. 15, 1986

Physical Description: 3 copies
Box I 56, folder 2

"Prayer for the Great Family," poem, in Yoga Journal Sept./Oct. 1986

Box I 56, folder 3

"Re-inhabitation," prose, in Shaman's Drum, winter 1986

Box Legal 2, folder 13

"Song of the Tangle," poem; "Gary Snyder: Poet of the Wilderness," article about Snyder; in Revue: Arts & Entertainment Supplement of the California Aggie March 12, 1986

Box I 56, folder 4

"We Make our Vows Together with All Beings," "Night Song of the Los Angeles Basin," poems, in English and Japanese, in Poetry Kanto, no. 3 (summer) 1986

Box Legal 2, folder 14

"Wild in China," in translation-Slovene, in Kulture Istoka April-June 1986

Box I 56, folder 5

"Alaska," poem, in Earth First!, Vol. 7, no. 6 1987

Box I 56, folder 6

"Daylight All Day/Cool North Breeze with Low Clouds/Midnight Twilight/Steep Rock Slope Mountain Sheep/Green Summer Slopes Song," poem, in ZYZZYVA, Vol. 2, no. 4 1987

Physical Description: 1 periodical, 1 clipping
Box I 56, folder 7

"Long Bitter Song," poem, translated from the Chinese, in Coyote's Journal, no. 11 1987

Box I 56, folder 8

"[on bioregionalism...]," quote, in Green Hippie, Vol. 1, no. 2 1987

Box I 56, folder 9

"On 'Song of the Taste'," prose; "Song of the Taste," poem; in Blind Donkey, Vol. 9, no. 4 1987

Box I 56, folder 10

"Prayer for the Great Family," poem, in Darshan, Vol. 4, no. 10 1987

Box I 56, folder 11

"Prayer for the Great Family," "Front Lines," poems; "Re-inhabitation," prose; in Shaman's Drum, no. 7 1987

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 56, folder 12

"Reinhabitation," prose, in Earth First!, Vol. 7, no. 8 1987

Box I 56, folder 13

"Ridiculing Literature," prose, in Poetry Flash April 1987

Box I 56, folder 14

"There Are Those Who Love to Get Dirty," "How Zen Masters Are Like Mature Herring," "Crash," poems, in East West, Vol. 17, no. 3 1987

Box I 56, folder 15

"Waikiki," poem, in Chaminade Literary Review, no. 1 (fall) 1987

Box I 56, folder 16

"Walking the New York Bedrock Alive in the Sea of Information," poem, in Sulfur, no. 20 (fall) 1987

Box I 57, folder 1

"Back Country Poet," prose, in loblolly, no. 3-4 (fall-winter 1988

Box I 57, folder 2

"[Blurb]," for Hisao Kanaseki, Maho to shite no kotoba: Amerika indian no koshoshi 1988

Physical Description: 1 folded sheet, 1 note
Box I 57, folder 3

"Cartagena," "Nansen," "I Went Into the Maverick Bar," "Two Immortals," "An Autumn Morning in Shokoku-ji," "No Shoes No Shirt No Service," poems, in The Maverick Poets, Santee, Calif.: Gorilla Press 1988

Box I 57, folder 4

"[Comment]," on John Montgomery, Hip, Beat, Cool & Antic ca. 1988

Physical Description: 1 flyer
Box I 57, folder 5

"Falls," poem, in Sierra, Vol. 73, no. 3 1988

Physical Description: 3 copies
Box I 57, folder 6

"Five Poems," in Sulfur, spring 1988

Box I 57, folder 7

"For David Gaines," in The Mono Lake Newsletter, spring 1988

Box I 57, folder 8

"He Shot Arrows, But Not at Birds Perching...," "In That Year, 1914...," poems, in Poetry Horizons, Vol. 2, London: Bell & Hyman 1988

Physical Description: 1 textbook
Box I 57, folder 9

Left Out In the Rain, selections, in translation-Serbian, in Gradina, Belgrade, Yugoslavia: 1988

Physical Description: photocopies, 11 pp.
Box I 57, folder 10

"Message to Friends in Japan ;" letter signed by Snyder, Michael McClure, Joanne Kyger, Peter Coyote, Allen Ginsberg, Nanao Sakaki; in Pacific Discovery, Vol. 41, no. 4 1988

Box I 57, folder 11

"Pine Tree Tops," poem, in Sierra Heritage, Vol. 8, no. 3 1988

Box Legal 2, folder 15

"[Short answer]," in article, "A Harvest of Riches: Writers Select their Favorite Books of 1988," in The Bloomsbury Review, Vol. 8, no. 6 1988

Box I 57, folder 12

"Surrounded by Wild Turkeys," poem, in Hands, Joining: A Calligraphic Anthology, Waldron Island, WA: Brooding Heron Press 1988

Physical Description: 2 copies, 1 note
Box I 57, folder 13

"Surrounded by Wild Turkeys," poem, in Hands, Joining: A Calligraphic Anthology, Waldron Island, WA: Brooding Hen Press 1988

Physical Description: 1 hardback book, 1 letter
Box I 57, folder 14

"Surrounded by Wild Turkeys," in Verse, Vol. 5, no. 1 1988

Box I 57, folder 15

"The Sweat," poem, in ZYZZYVA, Vol. 4, no. 2 1988

Box I 58, folder 1

"Walking the New York Bedrock Alive in the Sea of Information," poem, in The Best American Poetry 1988, New York: Collier Books 1988

Box I 58, folder 2

"Walking the New York Bedrock, Alive in the Sea of Information," poem; "Gary Snyder," interview by Kevin Kelly; in Whole Earth Review, 20th Anniversary Issue, no. 61 (winter) 1988

Box I 58, folder 3

"Why I Take Good Care of My Macintosh," poem, in Turn-Around Times, UC Davis Campus Computing News, Vol. 17, no. 4 1988

Box I 58, folder 4

"Why I Take Good Care of My Macintosh," poem, in Venue, no. 1 1988

Box I 58, folder 5

"Word Basket Woman," poem, in New Directions in Prose and Poetry 52, New York: New Directions Publishing Corp. 1988

Box I 58, folder 6

"Above Pate Valley," "Water," "Hitch Haiku," "Hop, Skip, and Jump," "It," "Song of the Taste," "Mother Earth: Her Whales," poems, in The Longman Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry, 2nd edition, New York: Longman 1989

Box I 58, folder 7

"At Tower Peak," poem, in Edge, Vol. 2, no. 3 1989

Box I 58, folder 8

"At Tower Peak," poem, in ZYZZYVA, Vol. 5, no. 1 1989

Box I 59, folder 1

"Building," poem, in The Best American Poetry 1989, New York: Charles Scribner's Sons 1989

Box I 59, folder 2

"[Comment]," on Greg Keeler, on flyer for "Post Western Blues," May 5, 1989

Physical Description: 4 fliers
Box I 59, folder 3

"Coyote Valley Spring," "Point Reyes," poems, in Floating Island 1989

Box I 59, folder 4

"The Etiquette of Freedom," prose, in Sierra, Vol. 74, no. 5 1989

Box I 59, folder 5

"Flying Into Albany to See Ed Sanders," poem, in The Galley Sail Review, Vol. 9, no. 3 1989

Box I 59, folder 6

"Haida Gwai North Coast, Naikoon Beach, Hiellen River Raven Croaks," poem, in The Amicus Journal, Vol. 11, no. 3 1989

Box Legal 2, folder 16

"[Letter to the editor]," in The Union, Grass Valley-Nevada City, Calif. June 16, 1989

Box I 59, folder 7

"Mooring on Chien-Te River," "Spring Dawn," poems, translated into English from the Chinese, in The Peabody Review, winter 1989-1990

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 59, folder 8

"Night Song of the Los Angeles Basin," poem, in Los Angeles Downtown News, Vol. 18, no. 1 Jan. 2, 1989

Box I 59, folder 9

"On the Path and Off the Trail," prose, in Antaeus, no. 63 (autumn 1989

Box I 59, folder 10

"Poetics of Emptiness ;" "[Friday evening talk] ;" "[Saturday morning talk] ;" "Poetry and Zen in China ;" "[Discussion] "with Anne Waldman, Joan Halifax, Norman Fischer, and Andrew Schelling; in Jimmy & Lucy's House of "K", no. 9 Jan. 1989

Box I 59, folder 11

"Pollen," poem, in Hug the Earth, A Journal of Land & Life 1989

Box I 59, folder 12

"Raven's Beak River at the End," poem, in Creation, Vol. 5, no. 2 May/June 1989

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 60, folder 1

"A Set of Path Poems," poems, in Sulfur, no. 24 (spring 1989

Box Legal 2, folder 17

"[Short tribute]," in article, "A Celebration of the Life and Work of Edward Abbey," in The Tucson Weekly, Vol. 6, no. 7 1989

Physical Description: 3 copies
Box I 60, folder 2

"Walking the New York Bedrock Alive in the Sea of Information," poem, in translation-French; also interview with and article about Snyder; in Allen Ginsberg & la Beat Generation 1989

Box I 60, folder 3

"The Woman Who Married a Bear," in Witness, winter 1989

 

Subseries 1.4.6 1990-1999

Physical Description: 172 items
Box I 60, folder 4

"Argument in Favor of Measure Q," co-author, on Nevada County's November ballot 1990

Box I 60, folder 5

"Building," poem, in Seien, Japan: Blue Canyon Press, no. 17 1990

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box Folio 3, folder 12

"The Compact," prose, in Exquisite Corpse Jan.-April 1990

Box Legal 2, folder 18

"The Dead by the Side of the Road," "Strategic Air Command," poems, in Sacramento News & Review May 10, 1990

Box I 60, folder 6

"Earth Day and the War Against the Imagination," prose, in Community Endeavor May 1990

Box I 60, folder 7

A Few Words for the Dedication of the West Wing of Peter J. Shields Library, text of keynote speech given on Oct. 19, 1990; in UC Davis Library Perspective, autumn 1990

Box I 60, folder 8

"Good, Wild, Sacred," prose, in The Studio Potter, Vol. 19, no. 1 1990

Box I 60, folder 9

"Hop, Skip, & Jump," poem, in The Paris Review Anthology, New York: W.W. Norton & Co. 1990

Box I 61, folder 1

"Mid-August at Sourdough Mountain Lookout," "Riprap," "Burning Island," "The Bath," "I Went into the Maverick Bar," "Axe Handles," poems in The Vintage Book of Contemporary American Poetry, New York: Vintage Books 1990

Box I 61, folder 2

"Needles Country of the Canyonlands," poem, in Petroglyph, Vol. 2, no. 1 1990

Box I 61, folder 3

"Smokey the Bear Sutra," poem; "Indra's Net as Food Chain: Gary Snyder's Ecological Vision," article by David L. Barnhill; in The Ten Directions, spring/summer 1990

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 61, folder 4

"Toward Climax," poem, in Green Earth Observer, spring 1990

Box I 61, folder 5

"At Home in the Forest," prose, in Tree Rings: Yuba Watershed Institute Journal, Vol. 1, no. 2 1991

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 61, folder 6

"[Comment on Peter Kalifornsky]," in announcement ca. 1991

Box Legal 2, folder 19

"CYA Grammar," letter to the editor, in The Union, Grass Valley-Nevada City, Calif. May 7, 1991

Box I 61, folder 7

"Exhortations for Baby Tigers: The End of the Cold War and the End of Nature," transcript of speech given at Reed College commencement, May 19, 1991; in Reed, Vol. 70, no. 4 1991

Box I 61, folder 8

"For Nothing," "The Uses of Light," "LMFBR," "Tomorrow's Song," poems; "Good, Wild, Sacred," prose; in translation-Japanese; and article about Snyder; in Ningen Kazoku, Gary Snyder's visit to Japan issue, part 1 Sept. 1991

Box I 61, folder 9

"For the Children," poem, in Sierra Heritage, Vol. 11, no. 1 1991

Box I 61, folder 10

"Foreword," for William Shipley, The Maidu Indian Myths and Stories of Hanc'ibyjim, Berkeley, Calif.: Heyday Books 1991

Box I 61, folder 11

"Indra's Net as Our Own "(reply to letters about David L. Barnhill essay), in The Ten Directions, Vol. 12, no. 1 1991

Physical Description: 1 periodical, 1 letter
Box I 61, folder 12

"Just One Breath: The Practice of Poetry and Meditation," prose, in Tricycle: The Buddhist Review, Vol. 1, no. 1 1991

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box Folio 3, folder 13

"Kisiabaton," poem, in The Pacific Coast News & Literary Review June 12-July 11, 1991

Box I 61, folder 13

"Letter to the Editor," reprint, in the "Notes "section of Western American Literature, Vol. 26, no. 1 1991

Physical Description: 3 copies
Box I 62, folder 1

"Not All Those Who Pass," poem, in Out of this World: An Anthology of the St. Mark's Poetry Project, 1966-1991, New York: Crown Publishers 1991

Box I 62, folder 2

"Prayer for the Great Family," "As for Poets," "Without," poems; "Good, Wild, Sacred," prose; in translation-Japanese; and article about Snyder; in Ningen Kazoku, Gary Snyder's visit to Japan issue, part 2 Oct. 1991

Box I 62, folder 3

"The Real Work," prose, in Earth Ethics, Vol. 2, no. 2 1991

Box I 62, folder 4

"Song of the Taste," poem; "On 'Song of the Taste'," prose; in The Earth First Reader: Ten Years of Radical Environmentalism 1991

Box I 62, folder 5

"Watershed Perspectives," "'Inimim Forest Area of Critical Environmental Concern Status," prose, in Tree Rings: The Forum of the Yuba Watershed Institute, Vol. 1, no. 1 1991

Box I 62, folder 6

"The World is Watching," prose, in Mountain Record, winter 1991

Box I 62, folder 7

"Ancient Forests of the Far West: Their Political, Cultural and Spiritual Influences on American Life Today ," prose, in American Civilization and the Significance of the Regions 1992

Box I 63, folder 1

"An Autumn Morning in Shokoku-Ji," "Prayer for the Great Family," poems, in John Frederick Nims, Western Wind, 3rd edition, New York: McGraw-Hill, Inc. 1992

Box I 63, folder 2

"Changing Diapers," "Old Woman Nature," poems, in The Rag and Bone Shop of the Heart: Poems for Men, New York: Harper Collins 1992

Box I 63, folder 3

"Coming in to the Watershed," prose, in Wild Earth, The Wildlands Project, special issue 1992

Box Folio 3, folder 14

"Coming into the Watershed: Diversity in the Habitat "("Search for a Sense of Place," part I), "Colors of the Land, Colors of the Skin "("Search for a Sense of Place," part II), prose; in the San Francisco Examiner March 1-2, 1992

Physical Description: 7 clippings
Box I 63, folder 4

"[Comment]," on Ann Charters, The Portable Beat Reader ; on flyer for City Lights Bookstore party ca. 1992

Box I 63, folder 5

"Crawling," prose, in Tree Rings: Yuba Watershed Institute Journal, Vol. 2, no. 3 1992

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 63, folder 6

"Ekoroji to seishin kakumei," lecture at Kyoto Seika University, [Japanese], in Ningen Kazoku Jan. 1992

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 63, folder 7

"An End to Birth," prose, in Earth Ethics, Vol. 4, no. 1 1992

Box I 63, folder 8

"Exhortations for Baby Tigers: The End of the Cold War and the End of Nature," prose, in ZYZZYVA, Vol. 8, no. 1 1992

Box I 63, folder 9

"For All," poem, in We the People 1992

Box I 64, folder 1

"Harriet Callicotte's Stone in Kansas," prose, in The Heartlands Today: A Cultural Quilt, Vol. 2 1992

Box I 64, folder 2

"Introduction to Beneath a Single Moon," prose, in Poetry Pilot Nov./Dec. 1992

Box I 64, folder 3

"Macaques in the Sky," poem, in Wild Earth, Vol. 1, no. 4 1992

Box I 64, folder 4

"[Our skills and works are but tiny reflections...]," quote, in Whole Terrain, fall 1992

Box I 64, folder 5

The Practice of the Wild, excerpt, in The Fall River Review Jan. 23, 1992

Physical Description: 1 clipping, 1 note
Box I 64, folder 6

"Strategic Air Command," "Talking Late with the Governor about the Budget," "He Shot Arrows, But Not at Birds Perching," poems; in The Before Columbus Foundation Poetry Anthology, New York: W. W. Norton & Co. 1992

Box I 64, folder 7

"The Sweat," poem; "Urgent Time," interview by Frances Phillips; in Hungry Mind Review, no. 24 1992

Box I 64, folder 8

"Walt Whitman's New World, Old World," prose, in English and Spanish, in Homage to Walt Whitman on the Centenary of His Death, Sala Iberia, Casa de America Dec. 1-2, 1992

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 64, folder 9

"The Watershed," prose, in Sierra: The Magazine of the Sierra Club May/June 1992

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 65, folder 1

"Coming in to the Watershed: Biological and Cultural Diversity in the California Habitat," prose, in Chicago Review, Vol. 39, nos. 3-4 1993

Box I 65, folder 2

"Coming into the Watershed: Diversity in the Habitat," prose, in Wild California: Ecosystems on the Brink, winter 1993

Box I 65, folder 3

"Crawling," prose, in Turning Wheel, summer 1993

Box I 65, folder 4

"How Poetry Comes to Me," poem, in translation-Spanish, in Amen, no. 30 March 1993

Box I 65, folder 5

"In the Yuba River Watershed," prose, in Open World, no. 3 1993

Box I 65, folder 6

"Nature's Writing "prose, in Mesechabe, no. 11 (winter) 1993

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 65, folder 7

"Nature's Writing "prose, in The True Subject: Writers on Life and Craft, Saint Paul: Greywolf Press 1993

Box Legal 2, folder 20

"Passage through India," in translation-German, in Chelsea Hotel: A Magazine for the Arts 1993

Box I 65, folder 8

"They Act Human: They Fool "(excerpt from "The Woman Who Married a Bear"), prose, in Elmwood Quarterly, Vol. 8, no. 4 1993

Box I 65, folder 9

Toward Climax, "Virgin," poem, in Windhorse, summer 1993

Box I 65, folder 10

"Uluru Wild Fig Song," poem; "The Writer's Notebook," prose and reproduction of 1981 journal pages; in ZYZZYVA, Vol. 9, no. 3 1993

Box I 65, folder 11

"Under the Hills Near the Morava River," poem, in Sulfur, fall 1993

Box I 65, folder 12

"Walking the Great Ridge Omine on the Womb-Diamond Trail," prose, in The Mountains of Asia, Kyoto Journal, no. 25 1993

Box I 66, folder 1

"At Home in the Forest," prose; "Smokey the Bear Sutra," poem; in Spirit of the Sierra, Earth Day 1994

Physical Description: 3 copies
Box Folio 3, folder 15

"Covers the Ground," poem, in The Threepenney Review, Vol. 15, no. 2 1994

Box I 66, folder 2

"Daconstruction," poem, in Antaeus: The Final Issue, autumn 1994

Box I 66, folder 3

"The Dead by the Side of the Road," poem, in B. R. Peterson, The International Roadkill Cookbook 1994

Box I 66, folder 4

"The Etiquette of Freedom," prose, in The Psychoanalytic Review, spring 1994

Physical Description: 1 periodical, 1 letter
Box Legal 2, folder 21

"The Etiquette of Freedom," in translation-German, in Lesezirkel, no. 69 Sept. 1994

Box I 66, folder 5

"[No Nature: A Selection of Poems]," "[Autobiographical Note]," in translation-Greek; an interview, and an article about Snyder by Liana Sakelliou-Soults; in Planodion, no. 21 Dec. 1994

Box I 66, folder 6

"The Old Bones (For Graham)," poem, in Nineties Poetry, no. 2 (autumn 1994

Box I 66, folder 7

"On the Path, Off the Trail," prose, in Mindfulness and Meaningful Work: Explorations in Right Livelihood 1994

Box I 66, folder 8

"[Our skills and works are but tiny reflections...]," quote, in Whole Terrain, Vol. 3 1994

Box I 67, folder 1

"Riprap," "The Bath," "Avocado," "As for Poets," "Axe Handles," "Right in the Trail," poems, in Postmodern American Poetry: A Norton Anthology, New York: W. W. Norton & Co. 1994

Box I 67, folder 2

"Song of the Taste," poem, in Potlatcxh, Vol. 1 1994

Box I 67, folder 3

"T-2 Tanker Blues," "Through the Smoke Hole," "The Late Snow & Lumber Strike of the Summer of Fifty-four," "Night," "The Politicians," "Marin-an," "A Heifer Clambers Up," "The Sweat," poems, in Visions of Poesy: An Anthology of Twentieth Century Anarchist Poetry, London: Freedom Press 1994

Box I 67, folder 4

"A Village Council of All Beings: Ecology, Place, and the Awakening of Compassion," prose, in Turning Wheel, spring 1994

Box I 67, folder 5

"The Yogin and the Philosopher," prose, in Working Papers, no. 7 Nov. 1994

Physical Description: 1 periodical, 1 form letter, 1 note, 1 envelope
Box I 67, folder 6

"At Tower Peak," poem, in Strange Attraction: The Best of Ten Years of ZYZZYVA, Reno: University of Nevada Press 1995

Box I 67, folder 7

"At Tower Peak," poem, in ZYZZYVA, ( Strange Attraction issue), Vol. 11, no. 3-4 1995

Box I 67, folder 8

"The Black-Tailed Hare," poem, in Sierra Journal 1995

Box I 68, folder 1

"Cultivating Wilderness," prose, in Audubon, Vol. 97, no. 3 1995

Box I 68, folder 2

"The Etiquette of Freedom," prose, in Earth Songs: A Visionary Journal, Vol. 3 1995

Box I 68, folder 3

"For the Children," poem, in Kiowa Creek Botanicals 1995

Box Legal 2, folder 22

"How Poetry Comes to Me," "For All," "Axe Handles," "Hay for the Horses," poems on poet card, in The Language of Life with Bill Moyers Teacher's Guide, New York: Thirteen/WNET 1995

Box I 68, folder 4

"Hymn to the Goddess San Francisco in Paradise," poem, in Asheville Poetry Review, Vol. 2, no. 1 1995

Box I 68, folder 5

"Instructions," poems, in Border Voices II: An Anthology by Major Poets and San Diego Students 1995

Box I 68, folder 6

"Instructions," poem, in Sipapu, Vol. 25, no. 2 1995

Box I 68, folder 7

"[Journal 1981]," excerpts with an introduction by Snyder, in The Writer's Notebook 1995

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 68, folder 8

"New Moon Tongue," poem, in The Return of Wolves to Yellowstone ca. 1995

Box I 68, folder 9

"Note on 'Before the Wilderness'," prose, in Wild Forest Review, Vol. 2, no. 7 1995

Box I 68, folder 10

"An Offering for Tara," poem, in The Yale Review, Vol. 83, no. 1 1995

Box I 68, folder 11

"[Reply]," in "Currents" section, in Utne Reader, no. 69 May-June 1995

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 69, folder 1

"Tedious, the Affairs of Office," poem, in Beloit Poetry Journal, Vol. 45, no. 4 1995

Box I 69, folder 2

Turtle Island, essay based on talk, in Resurgence, no. 171 1995

Box I 69, folder 3

"Blue Mountains Constantly Walking," in Interbeing, no. 12 1996

Box I 69, folder 4

"Boat of a Million Years," poem, in Wild Earth, Vol. 6, no. 1 1996

Box Folio 3, folder 16

"Buddhism and the Coming Revolution," prose, in Heartland: A Free American Journal, no. 44 (summer) 1996

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box I 69, folder 5

"[Comment]," part of "Anniversary Issue: 20 Ways We've Changed," in Mother Jones Jan./Feb. 1996

Box I 69, folder 6

"Crawling," prose, in Yoga Journal, no. 126 Feb. 1996

Box I 69, folder 7

"Cross-legg'd," poem, in ZYZZYVA, Vol. 12, no. 1 1996

Box I 69, folder 8

"The Dance," poem; "The Making of Mountains and Rivers without End," prose; in Wild Duck Review, Vol. 2, no. 5 1996

Physical Description: 3 copies
Box I 69, folder 9

"Earth Verse," poem, in Tree Rings, Yuba Watershed Institute, no. 9 (spring 1996

Box Folio 3, folder 17

"Finding the Space in the Heart," poem, in Neon, spring/summer 1996

Box I 69, folder 10

"Finding the Space in the Heart," poem, in San Francisco Examiner Magazine Sept. 15, 1996

Physical Description: 1 clipping
Box I 69, folder 11

"Finding the Space in the Heart," poem; "The Wild Mind of Gary Snyder," interview by Trevor Carolan; in Shambhala Sun, Vol. 4, no. 5 1996

Box I 69, folder 12

"For/From Lew," "I Went into the Maverick Bar," poems, in Poetry Now: Sacramento's Literary Calendar and Review, Vol. 2, no. 5 1996

Box I 69, folder 13

"For the Children," "The Blue Sky," poems, in Literature and Medicine: Environment and Health, Vol. 15, no. 1 1996

Box I 69, folder 14

"How Poetry Comes to Me," poem, in Fireweed: Poetry of Western Oregon, Vol. 7, no. 3 1996

Box I 69, folder 15

"How to Make Stew in the Pinacate Desert, Recipe for Locke & Drum," poem, in Lit a la Carte: Favorite Recipes of Famous Authors ca. 1996

Box I 69, folder 16

"The Mountain Spirit," poem, in Sulfur, no. 38 (spring 1996

Box I 69, folder 17

"Nature as Seen from Kitkitdizze is No 'Social Construction'," prose; "New Moon Tongue," poem; in Wild Earth, Vol. 6, no. 4 1996

Box Folio 3, folder 18

"The Rediscovery of Turtle Island," prose; "Ripples on the Surface," poem; in Poetry Flash, no. 267 April-May 1996

Box I 69, folder 18

"We Wash Our Bowls in This Water," "Old Woodrat's Stinky House," poems; in The Yale Review, Vol. 84, no. 3 July 1996

Box I 70, folder 1

"Allen Ginsberg Crosses Over," in Sunflowers and Locomotives: Songs for Allen 1997

Box I 70, folder 2

"Allen Ginsberg Crosses Over," in Woodstock Journal, Vol. 3, no. 9 1997

Box I 70, folder 3

"The Canyon Wren," "Ma," poems, in UC Davis Magazine, Vol. 14, no. 2 1997

Box I 70, folder 4

"Entering the Fiftieth Millennium," prose, in Profession 1997

Physical Description: 1 periodical, 1 memo
Box I 70, folder 5

"For All," poem; Turtle Island, introductory note; in Whole Earth, no. 91 (winter) 1997

Box I 70, folder 6

"How I Create," prose; "New Moon Tongue," poem; in Utne Reader, no. 80 March-April 1997

Box I 70, folder 7

"Poetry, Community & Climax," prose, in A Field Guide to Contemporary Poetry and Poetics, Oberlin, OH: Oberlin College Press 1997

Box I 70, folder 8

"Poetry, Community, & Climax," prose in Working Papers, no. 20 Jan. 1997

Box I 70, folder 9

"Poetry, Community, & Climax," prose, in Working Papers, no. 21 March 1997

Box I 70, folder 10

"Riprap," "What You Should Know to be a Poet," poems, in Uncommon Wealth, Oxford University Press 1997

Box I 70, folder 11

"Smokey the Bear Sutra," poem, in The Sumac Reader, East Lansing: Michigan State University Press 1997

Box I 71, folder 1

"[Blurb]," on dust jacket for Andrew Schelling, The Cane Groves of Narmada River: Erotic Poems from Old India, San Francisco: City Lights Books 1998

Physical Description: 1 dust jacket
Box I 71, folder 2

Cold Mountain Poems, selections, in Cold Mountain Review, Vol. 27, no. 1 1998

Box I 71, folder 3

"Is Nature Real?," prose, in Resurgence, no. 190 Sept./Oct. 1998

Box I 71, folder 4

"Migration/Immigration: Wandering South and North, Erasing Borders, Coming to Live on Turtle Island," prose in Wild Duck Review, Vol. 4, no. 1 1998

Box I 71, folder 5

"Ripples on the Surface," poem, in The Best of the Best American Poetry 1988-1997, New York: Scribner 1998

Box I 71, folder 6

"Summer of Ninety-seven," poem, in American River Literary Review, spring 1998

Box I 71, folder 7

"Summer of Ninety-seven," poem, in Tree Rings: The Journal of the Yuba Watershed Institute, no. 12 Dec. 1998

Box I 71, folder 8

"Tsurugi Mountain," in Hawaii Review, 25th Anniversary issue, spring/summer 1998

Box I 71, folder 9

"Why I Take Good Care of My Macintosh," poem, in Information Technology Times, University of California, Davis Jan. 1998

Physical Description: 2 copies, 1 card
Box I 72, folder 1

"Entering the 50th Millennium," prose, excerpt, in Envisioning the Future: Campus Report 1999, University of California, Davis 1999

Box I 72, folder 2

"The Etiquette of Freedom," prose; "Song of the Taste," poem; in Literature and the Environment: A Reader on Nature and Culture 1999

Box I 72, folder 3

"For the Children," poem, in Prayers for a Thousand Years, San Francisco: Harper 1999

Box I 72, folder 4

"A Girl Named Dorjee Dolma," prose, in The Pennwooder, annual magazine of Pennwood Academy July 1999

Box I 72, folder 5

"Mountains Hidden in Mountains," prose, in Soto Zen Journal, no. 5, special edition for Dogen Zenji Symposium Sept. 1999

Box I 72, folder 6

"Pacific Near Panama," poem, in Open City, no. 259, 35th Anniversary Issue, San Francisco 1999

Box I 72, folder 7

"Painting the North San Juan School," poem, in Learning by Heart: Contemporary American Poetry about School, Iowa City: University of Iowa Press 1999

Box I 72, folder 8

"The Place, The Region, and The Commons," "The Etiquette of Freedom," "On the Path, Off the Trail," "Coming into the Watershed," prose, in Our Land, Ourselves: Readings on People and Place, San Francisco: The Trust for Public Land 1999

 

Subseries 1.4.7 20-2001

Physical Description: 17 items
Box Legal 2, folder 23

"As for Poets," poem, translated into Japanese by Nanao Sakaki; and article about Snyder; in Balance 2000

Box I 73, folder 1

"An Autumn Morning in Shokoku-Ji," "Prayer for the Great Family," poems, in Western Wind: An Introduction to Poetry, 4th edition, New York: McGraw-Hill 2000

Box I 73, folder 2

"For All," poem, in Heron Dance, no. 29 2000

Box I 73, folder 3

"Fording the Flooded Goldie River," "River in the Valley," poems, in The River's Voice, London: Common Ground 2000

Box I 73, folder 4

"[Haiku]," in Blue Fur, autumn 2000

Box I 73, folder 5

"A Heifer Clambers Up," poem, in A Fine Excess: Fifty Years of the Beloit Poetry Journal 2000

Box I 73, folder 6

"[Out of the soil and rock,]," "Message from Outside," "The Feathered Robe," poems, in The Body Electric, New York: W.W. Norton & Co. 2000

Box I 74, folder 1

"The Rediscovery of Turtle Island," prose, in Wildflower, summer 2000

Physical Description: 1 periodical, 1 letter
Box I 74, folder 2

"After the Clearcut," prose, in West-Northwest, Vol. 7, no. 3 2001

Box I 74, folder 3

"Bows to Drouth," poem, in The Ohio Review, Thirtieth Anniversary, New & Selected, Volume II, M-Z 2001

Box I 74, folder 4

"By Frazier Creek Falls," excerpt, on invitation for The Poetry & Politics of Rivers benefit dinner May 17, 2001

Box I 74, folder 5

Decade of Diversity, California Biodiversity Council, 1991-2001, contributing author 2001

Box I 74, folder 6

"Four Poems by Gary Snyder," in Modern Haiku, Vol. 32, no. 3 2001

Box I 74, folder 7

"Introduction by Gary Snyder," for poems by Maria Melendez, in Mark My Words: Five Emerging Poets, Foster City, Calif.: Momotombo Press 2001

Box I 74, folder 8

The Practice of the Wild, excerpt, in The Poetics of Wilderness: Proceedings 22nd Annual Wilderness Issues Lecture Series, Missoula, MT: University of Montana Wilderness Institute 2001

Box I 74, folder 9

"Wave," "Not Leaving the House," "Magpie's Song," "Changing Diapers," "All in the Family," poems, in The Louisiana Review, summer/fall 2001

 

Subseries 1.4.8 undated

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