Title:Jack Foley miscellany, 1987-2010
Creator/Contributor:Foley, Jack, 1940-, creator
Creator/Contributor:Poetry USA (Publisher : Berkeley, Calif.)
Includes two items by Foley: "Indeed the name was Irish," a St. Patrick's Day address (with Adelle Foley) to the Commonwealth
Club of San Francisco, delivered March 14, 1990; and the text of a reading at Cody's Books, Berkeley, June 28, 1990. In addition,
a photocopy draft of "O Her Blackness Sparkles: the Batman Gallery 1960-1965," Aug. 1992. Also includes material concerning
poetry events and Foley's journal, Poetry USA, articles, reviews, a photocopy of a drawing of Foley by Mary Fabilli, book
reviews by Foley and an interview. Also includes a bio of Foley and a "Jack Foley Day in Berkeley, 2010) t-shirt (XL).
Foley, Jack -- 1940- -- Archives
Commonwealth Club of California.
Poets, American -- California -- 20th century
Performing arts festivals -- California
Jack Foley miscellany, 1987-2010, BANC MSS 92/49 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Jack Foley is an American poet living in Oakland, California. Born in Neptune, New Jersey and educated at Cornell University,
Foley moved to California in 1963 to attend U.C. Berkeley.
1 box (0.2 linear feet)
BANC MSS 92/49 c