Rare Book & Manuscript Library

Angus MacLise papers, 1956-2010

Series III: Ephemera, 1965-2006

The Ephemera subseries is comprised of advertisements, fliers, postcards, clippings, and other printed ephemera, as well as a small amount of original artwork and some publications. Much of the material in this series is related to the various artistic and creative endeavors undertaken by MacLise and his friends. This series documents the variety of activities that MacLise and his circle were involved in, and includes numerous fliers, invitations, and programs for gallery openings, film screenings, poetry readings, performance pieces, and other creative projects emerging from the downtown arts scene in the 1960s. There are also newspaper clippings and pamphlets related to Tibetan Buddhism and Hindu mythology, indicating MacLise's developing interest in Eastern spirituality.

Also included are press releases and other material related to the posthumous releases of some of Angus MacLise's recorded albums.

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Box 3 Folder 2 [Abu Nuwas Society]. The Abu Nuwas Society for the Study of Sexual Culture in the Middle East. Utrectht, Netherlands,, undated

4-p. brochure. The Society "devotes itself to the encouragement of research on a facets of sexual culture in the Middle East."

Box 3 Folder 2 [Arcade, Penny]. Postcard handbill for "Born Under the Same Sign" by Penny Arcade and Dame Margo Howard-Howard. April 1988.

Addressed in ms. on verso to Ira Cohen in the hand of Penny Arcade.

Box 3 Folder 2 [Bowles, Paul.] Invitation to a memorial event for Paul Bowles at the Morris Library, University of Delaware, /010/10, 2000.

2 leaves, 2 p. Exhibition of material by Paul Bowles/talk on Bowles by biographer Virginia Spencer Carr. October 10 -- December 15 2000. With original mailing envelope addressed with typed label to Ira Cohen.

Box 23 Folder 9 [Brochures] "Joyful Persevarance" by Hetty MacLise.

6 gallery brochures noting her style, technique, and the meanings of 9 specific paintings for a show, 8.5" x 11". Includes business card for Christine Daniels.

Box 3 Folder 2 Center for Public Cinema. Focus on Public Cinema. December 1980.

4 p. brochure on noting forthcoming cinema events at Carnegie Hall. Holographic ms. in unidentified hand along top margin: "Ira: ask Jackie Raynal if she'd like you to interview me…"

Box 3 Folder 2 [Clipping -- Illustration.] [Illustration of a hand.], undated

7.5" x 4.5". Trimmed illustration of a human hand (right), palm up. Drawing, colored. From an unidentified source.

Box 3 Folder 2 [Cohen, Ira]. [Unidentified author]. "'Brain Damage:' Sorcery as an Art.", undated

Photocopied magazine clipping, 1 leaf, 1 p. Article from an unidentified issue ofAvant-Gardeon Ira Cohen and Bill Devore.

Box 3 Folder 2 [Cohen, Ira.] "Notice from the Executive Prime Committee.", undated

Box 3 Folder 2 Condon, Jim. "Filmographies: NICO and ANGUS MacLISE." , 1983

Computer printout of text from "What Goes On" No. 3, 1 leaf, 1 p., 11" x 8.5". Two columns listing filmographies as noted. "What Goes On" was a magazine published by the Velvet Underground Appreciation Society.

Box 3 Folder 2 [Gatewood, Charles]. "Clayton," designer. Flier for a Charles Gatewood event held at Chameleon, /010/14, [1987].

Box 3 Folder 2 [Gysin, Brion]. Handbill for exhibit "Brion Gysin: Calligraphies -- Permutations -- cut ups." Paris: Galerie de France, 1987.

Box 3 Folder 2 [Joss paper.] "Hell bank note.", undated

Box 3 Folder 2 [Joss paper.] "Hell bank note.", undated

Box 3 Folder 2 Leary, Timothy. "Majoon and the Mind.", undated

Photocopy, 1 leaf, 1 p. Letter from Leary reprinted in an unspecified issue ofPlayboy.

Box 3 Folder 2 Licht, Alan. "Flaming Creature Reborn."

Photocopy of article, 2 leaves, 2 p. From an unidentified issue ofThe Wire, 2000.

Box 3 Folder 2 MacLise, Angus. Straight Farthest Blood Towards. [Undated .]

Photocopy, 2 leaves, 4 p. Photocopy of Dead Language Press publication.

Box 3 Folder 2 [McCormick, Carlo]. "What to Look for In the Whitney Biennial". New York, 2006.

Box 3 Folder 2 [Mylar]. "Something of Value." Wilmington, Delaware: Dupont,, undated

4.75" x 7.5" booklet from DuPont presenting various uses of Mylar.

Box 3 Folder 2 [Snyder, Don/Film-Makers' Cinematheque.] Flier for Spectro-Mach 1 on December 7 & 12, 1965. [New York]: Film-Makers' Cinematheque, December 1965.

Box 3 Folder 3 Briskin, Jerrold. Tree Oracle, Cloud Oracle: Fire and Rain. The Passion According to Certain Watchers. Paris, [undated.]

Cover page only from manuscript, torn at left margin.

Box 3 Folder 3 Cohen, Ira. "Black Isis Petra Vogt" [and] "Stellar Witnesses Before the Heart of Dawn.", undated

Two postcards of Ira Cohen photographs, glued to a single 11" x 8.5" leaf of paper.

Box 3 Folder 3 Cohen, Ira. "For Angus MacLise.", undated

1 leaf, 1 p. Photocopy of two pages from unidentified publication, including photo of Ira Cohen by Don Snyder and poem (originally published in Poems From the Cosmic Crypt).

Box 3 Folder 3 [Cold-Drill.] Poster advertising the publication of the publication cold-drill 1991. Boise, ID: Boise State University Dept. of English, 1991.

17" x 11" white paper, folded once. With a photograph by Ira Cohen.

Box 3 Folder 3 [Daily News.] "Not Again!" 18-Inch Snowfall Stuns Area." New York, February7, 1978.

first and last page of an issue of the New York Daily News.

Box 3 Folder 3 [Kitchen, The.] Press release for "Hybrid Nights: Evenings of Occurrences in the Kitchen's Second Floor Café-Theater." New York, January 31, 1995.

2 leaves, 2 p. "Hybrid No. 2" in the series was Angus MacLise's Orfeo: The 500$ Opera, starring Sylvie and Wayne.

Box 3 Folder 3 [MacLise, Angus.] Flier for a CD release party [for Invasion of Thunderbolt Pagoda] at the Collective Unconscious on /010/26, [1999].

8.5" x 11" flier on green card stock. Announcement of Angus MacLise celebration w/screenings of Ira Cohen films, The Collective Unconscious, 145 Ludlow.

Box 23 Folder 18 [MacLise, Angus] Three poster for his farewell to Woodstock party (on blue paper stock), as well as the original maquette and poster printing template (on white papers stock). ].

8.5" x 11" flier on green card stock. Announcement of Angus MacLise celebration w/screenings of Ira Cohen films, The Collective Unconscious, 145 Ludlow.

Box 3 Folder 3 MacLise, Angus. "Punk Landscape."

Photocopy of published poem from Ratio:3 (London: Temple Press, 1991). 1 leaf.

Box 3 Folder 3 [MacLise, Hetty]. "An Invitation for you." Invitation to "A celebration in honour of the three Magi" at St. Marks Church in the Bowerie, January 6, [1970].

1 leaf, folded to 4 p. With calligraphy by Hetty MacLise.

Box 3 Folder 3 [Mela Foundation.] Press release and attendant material. New York, April 28, 1989.

7 leaves, 9 p. General information on the MELA Foundation and notices of upcoming events, including LaMonte Young production and "Three Memorial Concerts" including the work of Angus MacLise. Including fliers for memorial concert event. Original envelope addressed with typescript label to Ira Cohen.

Box 3 Folder 3 [October Gallery.] Flier for "A Tantric Tale of Enchantment: The Legend of Caurangi the Limbless One" at the October Gallery, London, January -February, [1998].

Box 3 Folder 3 [Oui Magazine]. 2 leaves from an unidentified article on Frederick's of Hollywood. New York, August 1978.

Box 3 Folder 3 [Postcard.] Postcard of Jama Masjid. Bombay, India: L.R. Trading Company,, undated

Box 3 Folder 3 [Rydvall, Marianne]. "'The Green Tara' painted in Christiania 1975." [Ca. 1975].

Box 3 Folder 3 Samuel Weiser, Inc. [Catalogue pages.], undated

1 leaf, 2 p. Samuel Weiser Inc. book catalogue, p.3-4. With holographic hs. notations in blue ink.

Box 3 Folder 3 Snyder, Don. "Gerard Malanga & Angus MacLise, 1973." Amsterdam: Ins & Outs Press, 1981.

Postcard of a Don Snyder photograph. (2 copies)

Box 3 Folder 3 [Temple Press.] Flier for the publication of Ratio 3: Media Shamans. Brighton, Sussex, [1991].

Color photocopied flier.

Box 23 Folder 10 Tibetan practice texts: Vairochana, Vajradhara, Guru Yoga.

Used by Hetty MacLise.

Box 3 Folder 3 [Unidentified author]. Fragment of printed page., undated

1 leaf, 2 p. Page fragment torn from larger publication, bearing on recto a poem beginning "All men/The adored" with an ms. note: "Best risk like kiss", and on verso a poem beginning "No heart bone/But let it break".

Box 3 Folder 3 [Unidentified photographer]. Publication., undated

One 10" x 20.75" leaf, folded four times, with a photographic image of a [New Guinean] native ceremony removed from unidentified publication.

Box 3 Folder 3 [Clippings.] Five clippings from unidentified publications.

Ranging in size from 3.5" x 2.75" to 6" x 4". Two have ms. annotations in the hand of Angus MacLise ("Chan chan," "Iris & Zephyr").

Box 3 Folder 4 [Barnwell, Randall]. "William Burroughs and the last of the Beat Generation." Clipping from an Boston Rock #109 [ca. 1989-1990], p. 10.

Box 3 Folder 4 Bemis, Alec Hanley. "Room and Bored." Newspaper clipping from the Village Voice, February6, 2001

p. 110. Reviews of MacLise CDs, overview.

Box 3 Folder 4 [Clipping -- Illustration.] [Chinese dragon illustration.] [Undated .]

Magazine clipping, 11" x 8". Coated color page from unidentified magazine showing gold celestial dragon against blue background.

Box 3 Folder 4 [Clipping -- Illustration.] "Immortals (hsien) in a celestial boat bound for the Taoist Island Paradise. Te-hua porcelain, early seventeenth century, Ming dynasty, h. 11 3/8 in.", undated

1 leaf, 1 p. 11" x 8" coated color page from unidentified magazine.

Box 3 Folder 4 [Clipping -- Illustration.] [Arabic design and script.] [Undated ].14.65" x 9.85" paper

Offset colored design of unidentified Arabic letter/word containing additional lines of Arabic script, against background of roses and flowers.

Box 3 Folder 4 [Clippings -- Illustrations.] "India Religious Paintings."

Eleven unbound pages, some trimmed, all bearing color illustrations of various Hindu gods, scenes etc. enclosed within standard 9" x 12" manila file folder identified by title in holographic ms. in blue ink.

Box 3 Folder 4 [Clippings -- Illustrations.]

Folder containing eight clippings taken from unidentified sources. Scenes of Hindu mythology, Central Asian painting, figures from Tibetan Buddhism, Tantric badges. All kept within standard 9" x 12" manila file folder.

Box 3 Folder 4 [Clippings-Illustrations]. [Medical illustrations.]

23 leaves, 23 p. 9.5" x 6.15" plates detached from unidentified Indian/Hindi publication, bearing color illustrations of physical organs, chakras, etc. Three pages of print text still attached to Picture No. 3, "Skeleton of human body." All contained within one 9" x 12" manila folder.

Box 3 Folder 4 Dal Soler, Gino. "Angus MacLise."

Photocopy, 1 leaf, 1 p. Photocopied clipping fromBlowUpmagazine no. 21, p. 17. In Italian.

Box 3 Folder 4 Davis, Erik. Review of The Invasion of Thunderbolt Pagoda . [Ca. 1999].

Photocopied magazine clipping, 1 leaf 1 p. From an unidentified issue of Spin magazine.

Box 3 Folder 4 Glickman, Gary. "Boy Bars./"The Sheltering Sky."

Newspaper clipping fromBay Windows, January 24, 1991 p.15. Reviews of "The Words and Music of Paul Bowles" andThe Sheltering Sky(film).

Box 3 Folder 4 [Living Theatre.] Poster for "Films from the Margin: the Best of Independent Films Past & Present" at Emerson College, /010/5-December 7, [no year.]

Boston: Emerson College Film Arts Society/Post Mordem Productions, [undated .] Advertisement for film screenings, including films relating to the Living Theatre.

Box 3 Folder 4 [MacLise, Angus]. Press release for the release of the CD Invasion of the Thunderbolt Pagoda . San Francisco: Revolver USA, [1999].

Box 3 Folder 4 [MacLise, Angus.] Handbill for a CD release party [for Invasion of Thunderbolt Pagoda ] at the Collective Unconscious on /010/26, [1999].

8.5" x 11" flier on green card stock. Announcement of Angus MacLise celebration w/screenings of Ira Cohen films, The Collective Unconscious, 145 Ludlow. Uncut sheet of 4 handbills.

Box 3 Folder 4 [MacLise, Angus]. "Angus Maclise: Braindamage in Oklahoma City: New CD, Quakebaskiet/Siltbreeze." [Ca. 2000.]

Box 3 Folder 4 [MacLise, Angus.] [Photocopied colophon from The Subliminal Report ]

Box 3 Folder 4 [Mela Foundation.] Flier for "Three Memorial Concerts" at the MELA Foundation/Dia Art Foundation, May [1989].

Box 3 Folder 4 [Mela Foundation.] Program for "The Music and Poetry of Angus MacLise (1938-1979)." New York, May 16, 1989. 6 leaves, 11 p. WITH: Cover letter concerning membership

Box 3 Folder 4 [Poetry Project at St. Mark's Church, The.] Flier for "Lover's Raffle" at St. Mark's Church, February 14, 1991.

Typed mailing label on verso to Ira Cohen.

Box 3 Folder 4 [Postcard.] "Sculpture, Lower Hua Yen Monastery." Peking, China,, undated

Box 3 Folder 4 [Postcard.] "Bronze Poshan incense burner inlaid with gold decoration." Peking, China,, undated

Box 3 Folder 4 [Postcard.] "Idols of steatite, Chalcolithic 1 period, 3000-2500 B.C." Greece,, undated, 3000-2500, undated

Box 3 Folder 4 [Postcard.] "Balkrishna: Tanjore School Painting 19th Century.", undated

Box 3 Folder 4 Pouncey, Edwin. "Theatre of Dreams." Magazine clipping from Top magazine, October 2000

Box 3 Folder 4 [SZ Press]. [Order forms form several books, including The Map of Dusk by Angus MacLise.]. New York, 1984.

Four 7" x 5" cards with book information and one 7" x 5" paper order form. In original mailing envelope addressed with printed label to Ira Cohen.

Box 3 Folder 4 [Temple Press]. [Proof pages from Ratio:3 .] [Ca. 1991.]

2 leaves, 2 p. Photocopied proof pages of cover, spine, and Angus MacLise spread (p. 36-27) from Ratio:3.

Box 3 Folder 4 [Unidentified designer]. [Proof sheets of Tantric badges].

Two leaves, 20" x 15" and 18.5" x 5". Tantric badges reproduced against purple background, folded coated paper. With holographic ms. in black ink on lower border of larger portion: "No's 1-32 are the new range of Tantric badges."

Box 3 Folder 4 [Unidentified designer]. [Page proof from an unidentified publication.], undated 1 leaf, 1 p. 14" x 10" copy paper with page illustration and holographic notes in green ink. Red chop mark., undated

Box 3 Folder 5 [Chick, Jon/Bardo Matrix.] "Bardo Matrix"., undated

Ink on paper, 2.5" x 2". Rubber stamp of Bardo Matrix logo/emblem. (2 copies)

Box 3 Folder 5 [Chick, Jon/Bardo Matrix.] Bardo Matrix business card., undated

Business card, 2.25" x 3.5". Business card for "international roving editor Jon Chick… Rarest Celestial Tantric Exotica." Home office address marked out. With ms. notes on verso.

Box 3 Folder 5 [Cohen, Ira]. "Second Avenue Familiar.", undated

Box 3 Folder 5 Grillo, Paul. "The Subliminal Report." Baltimore: Northeast Rising Sun, [ca. 1975-79]. Article removed from unidentified issue of Northeast Rising Sun.

Box 3 Folder 5 Licht, Alan. "Flaming Creature Reborn."The Wire, 2000.

Photocopy of feature article, 2 leaves, 2 p.

Box 3 Folder 5 [MacLise, Angus]. Flier for Map of Dusk by Angus MacLise and 13 ½ Poems by Frank Kuenstler. New York: Printed Matter, 1984.

Box 3 Folder 5 [MacLise, Angus]. Flier for Brain Damage in Oklahoma City . San Francisco: Revolver USA, 2000.

Single photocopied leaf from p. 11 of an unidentified magazine, July /August 2000. [[2 copies, housed together]]

Box 3 Folder 5 MacLise, Angus, ed.. Ting Pa 3 . Kathmandu, 1973.

Photocopy of complete Dreamweapon publication.

Box 3 Folder 5 [MacLise, Ossian.] Diane Amery. "Boston teenager is holy reincarnation." [London] Daily Sun, August 6 1985. 11" x 8.5".

Box 3 Folder 5 [MacLise, Ossian.] Arun Chacko. "American Teen Is A Buddhist Saint." Clipping from National Enquirer, January 3, 1984.

Article on Ossian MacLise. (2 copies)

Box 3 Folder 5 [Mela Foundation]. Program from performance "Three Memorial Concerts… The Music and Poetry of Angus MacLise (1938-1979), Tuesday, May 16, [1989]" at Dia Foundation, New York, NY. 6 leaves

Box 3 Folder 5 [Rochlin, Sheldon & Diane.] Flier for a screening of Dope at Millennium Film Workship, April 16, [1978].

Box 3 Folder 5 [Snyder, Don/Film-Makers' Cinematheque.] Poster for Spectro-Mach 1 on December 7 & 12, 1965. [New York]: Film-Makers' Cinematheque, December 1965.

Box 3 Folder 5 [Spirit Catcher Bookstore.] "Kathmandu's Finest Selection of Books." [Undated.] Handbill

Box 3 Folder 5 [Third Rail]. Flier for Third Rail magazine, Issue #7. [1985].

Box 3 Folder 6 [Aspen.] "Aspen, the multi-media magazine invites you to accept this special collector's edition of our Dreamweapon portfolio issue free with a trial subscription." Advertisement removed from an unidentified issue of Evergreen

(2 copies: one copy is only p. 21/22. WITH: two photocopies.)

Box 3 Folder 6 [Clipping -- Illustration.] Folded leaflet bearing an image of an unidentified Indian figure on one side and a stupa on the other. [Undated .]

Box 3 Folder 6 [Clippings-Illustrations.], undated

1.25" x 2" to 5.25" x 4.5" each. 14 small clipped illustrations from unidentified publications. Two have identifying ms. in the hand of Angus MacLise.

Box 3 Folder 6 [Clippings -- Woodblock.] [Undated .]

Approx. 3.5" x 2.5" to 3.675" x 4.675" each. 23 small clipped woodblock prints, 5 hand-colored.

Box 3 Folder 6 [Clipping -- Arabic publication.] Five leaves from an unidentified Arabic publication. [Undated .]

10.25" x 6.75". With page numbers added in ms. in the hand of Angus MacLise.

Box 3 Folder 6 Cohen, Ira. "Ballad of the Gone MacLise.", undated

2 leaves, 2 p. Photocopy of printed pages from anthology,On Feet of Gold

Box 3 Folder 6 [Golden Rosary Hermitage]. "Greetings [sic] Cards and Prints from the Golden Rosary Hermitage, Lostwithiel . " [Undated .]

Mimeographed handbill, 1 leaf, 2 p. (r/v). Descriptions of eponymous items as well as "amulets, talismans and magical charms etc." Noted as "Bardo/DW sales list."

Box 3 Folder 6 Ins & Outs Press. 1981 Postcard Catalogue . Amsterdam: Ins & Outs Press, 1981. Catalog, 24 p.

Box 3 Folder 6 MacLise, Hetty. Flier for auction of Hetty MacLise's paintings at the Peace Eye Bookstore, September 6, [1968]. [New York], 1968.

Box 3 Folder 6 [Unidentified artist]. "Ezra did a lot about…" [1970].

Pages 47-50 removed from an unidentified publication. B&w collage on p. 48-49; three poems (at least one by Dick Gallup) on p. 47 & 50.

Box 3 Folder 7 [Clipping-Pattern clipping.] [Undated .]

Printed red floral pattern with dragons.

Box 3 Folder 7 [Clippings -- illustrations.] 3 clippings from unidentified publications. [Undated .]

Buddhist, Chinese, and European imagery.

Box 3 Folder 7 [Clipping -- illustration.]

Clipping from an unidentified magazine. Color illustration of Chinese or Japanese painting.

Box 3 Folder 7 [Clipping -- illustration.]

Clipping from an unidentified magazine. Color illustration of a painting of mushrooms

Box 3 Folder 7 [Clippings-Illustrations.], undated 3.5" x 2.75" and 5.5" x 4.5"., undated

2 small clipped illustrations from unidentified publications: one Chinese figure, one photograph of Devil's Tower.

Box 3 Folder 7 [Clippings-Woodblock.] [Undated .]

7 small clipped woodblock prints.

Box 3 Folder 7 [Close Encounters of the Third Kind.] Three trading cards from the film Close Encounters of the Third Kind . 1978.

Two trading cards ("Monitoring a UFO," "Vanished Planes reappear in the desert!") and one sticker card (no. 10)

Box 3 Folder 7 Cole, Alden. "The Denderah Zodiac." New York: Barnes Graphics, 1978.

Poster, approx. 36" x 24", folded to 9" x 6".

Box 3 Folder 7 [Dharmaware.] "Fine and Exotic Gifts From Many Lands: Dharmaware." New York, [undated .]

Flier for import shop Dharmaware

Box 3 Folder 7 Focus International Inc. Brochure for film program Nepal: Land of the Gods. New York: Focus International Inc., undated

Films in series are entitledThe Tantric Universe, Tibetan Heritage,andSherpa Legend.

Box 3 Folder 7 Herb ______. "Am tag der Erhebung," "Morgenhymne," [and] "Taubenshaukel." 1976-1977.

Three trimmed color postcards of artwork. Lower portion of one card is clipped off but present. With ms. titles on back in the hand of Angus MacLise.

Box 3 Folder 7 Himalayan Paper, Inc. [Letterhead fragment.] [Ca. 1970-1979.]

Top section only of letterhead for Himalayan Paper, Inc., with MacLise named as "Export Consultant."

Box 3 Folder 7 Holistic Life Seminars. "The Mysteries of Illumination" San Francisco, CA: Holistic Life Seminars, [1978].

Addressed to Hilary Harris, NYC.

Box 3 Folder 7 The Image Empires of Daniel, Chapter 2: In the light of present World Events, August, 1946. London: Covenant Publishing Co., 1946.

Double-sided broadside with map on verso entitled "The Four Great Past World Empires and the Indestructible Fifth Stone Kingdom."

Box 3 Folder 7 "Israel-The Kingdom of God on Earth -- 12 Tribes ." [Undated .]

Handbill, 8.25" x 11.75". "Reprinted from Youth Message, 6 Buckingham Gate, S.W.1."

Box 3 Folder 7 Kala, Mohan S. "Towards a New Alphabet." [Undated .]

(Clipping from an unidentified newspaper, 10.75" x 9". Advertisements on reverse suggest the newspaper is from New Delhi.)

Box 3 Folder 7 [Letraset.] One leaf of Letraset dry transfer letters. 1972.

15" x 10". "Letragraphica … LG1209." With accompanying protective sheet. Partially used.

Box 3 Folder 7 National Endowment for the Arts Literature Program. "Guidelines for Assistance to Small Presses." July 1974.

Box 3 Folder 7 Necronomicon. New York: Barnes Graphics, [n.d.].

Prospectus for the publication of the (allegedly real)Necronomicon. This publication is now known as the "Simonicon." With a short text by William S. Burroughs.

Box 3 Folder 7 [Postcards.] Two postcards of Islamic calligraphy & décor from Turkey., undated

Box 3 Folder 7 Soeterijn. [Calendar for events in September 1977.] Amsterdam: Soeterijn, September 1977. Two-leaf announcement for programs including "Ira Cohen over het Indiase Kumbh Mela feest" on September 9, 1977.

Box 3 Folder 7 [Talan, Dianne.] Promotional postcard for an exhibit held from April 4-24, [no year] at Sarah Y. Rentschler, New York. WITH: [Talan, Dianne.] "Turners Day Glider, 1976."

Box 3 Folder 7 [Unidentified designer]. Envelope. 8.25" x 11.5"

rice paper, torn. Woodblock print of double-headed eagle in maroon ink in return address corner, upper left.

Box 3 Folder 8 [Clipping-Illustration].

Clipping of 12-and 7-pointed stars with Hebrew lettering., undated 4.25" x 4.25".

Box 3 Folder 8 [Clipping-Illustration]. Arabic illustration., undated

11.25" x 9" card stock with green, red, and yellow ink. Arabic lettering, hand holding a snake, eye in palm of hand. Holographic ms. on verso: "'Only a fool seeks./the black smoke/when jackals sit/in a ring."

Box 3 Folder 8 [Hebrew handbill.], undated

Handbill, 7" x 5". Hebrew lettering, mystic hand, etc.

Box 3 Folder 8 MacLise, Angus, ed.. Ting Pa: Kathmandu Special. Kathmandu, 1972.

Photocopy of complete Dreamweapon publication.

Box 3 Folder 8 [MacLise, Angus.] Handbill for "Hybrid No. 2: Sylvie and Wayne in Angus MacLise's ORFEO: The 500$ Opera" and "Hybrid No. 3: Men… from the agrarian to the technological…" New York: The Kitchen, 1995.

Postcard handbill with Mylar photograph of Angus MacLise by Ira Cohen on recto.

Box 3 Folder 8 MacLise, Angus, ed.. Ting Pa 2 . Kathmandu, 1973.

Photocopy of complete Dreamweapon publication.

Box 3 Folder 8 [Om Swastika.] Business card for Om Swastika. Kathmandu,, undated

2.15" x 3.5" business card. "'Om Swastika' for Rice Paper prints and Batique painting." Holographic ms. in black ink on reverse: "Jimmy Thapa/c/o Jimmy's Wagon/ " 5/53 Joeh….."

Box 3 Folder 8 [Poetry Project.] Flier for "International Flavor." New York, January 5,, undated

14" x 8.5" poster. For an appearance by Charles Henri Ford, Valery Oisteanu, and Ira Cohen (2 copies)

Box 3 Folder 8 [Studio 718.] "Color Xerox." San Francisco, [undated .]

Flier, 11" x 8.5". Price list and ordering information for color copies, studio rental, etc.

Box 12 Cohen, Ira. Sidi Heddi: the Kif Saint of Morocco." From The East Village Other, July 12, 1968.

Article by Ira Cohen, illustrations by Hetty MacLise. Two page article only (p. 9-12).

Box 12 Cohen, Ira, & Bill Devore. "From the Invasion of Thunderbolt Pagoda." New York: The Third Eye, 1968.

Color poster, 26" x 21.5". (2 copies)

Box 12 [Living Theatre.] [Robert] Lavigne, designer. Paradise Now. A Film by Marty Topp ., undated

Poster, 15" x 10". Poster for unspecified screenings of Paradise Now, with blank section at bottom for filling in screening details.

Box 12 MacLise, Angus. "The New Universal Solar Calendar." [1969].

Poster, 20.675" x 23.675". Layout by Palo Lionni, produced by George Maciunas.

Box 12 [MacLise, Angus.] "Year." [ca. 1965.]

Broadside edition of Year; issued as part of the 1965 silverDreamweaponportfolio.

Box 12 [Rochlin, Sheldon & Diane.] "Stelle," designer. "Midnight Movies: Vali and Dope." New York,, undated

Screenprinted poster, 11" x 17". With film titles in red. Poster for screenings held at N.Y.T.E. from September 30-/010/29, [no year].

Box 13 "Auroville Afforestation '77." [Auroville, India: No publisher named, ca. 1977.] Map

Box 13 [Beatles, The.] Lyrics insert from The White Album . Middlesex, England: Apple Records/EMI records, 1968.

Folded poster & lyrics sheet.

Box 13 Bols, Maxim/Don Snyder. Goeralegan. 1970. Print, 14.75" x 12.25" print. With Don Snyder poem, "Dream of Goerlegan" on verso. Section 1 of Aspen No. 9.

Box 13 [Clipping -- Illustration]. [Undated .]

9.25" x 12". Photographic image of a figure lying on table. A larger copy of the image on the cover ofAncient Astronauts, November 1977.

Box 13 [Cohen, Ira.] "A Generation Turning On to Drugs." Clipping from an unidentified issue of Life magazine [ca. 1960s], with a photograph by Ira Cohen.

Box 13 [Cohen, Ira]. Poster for The Invasion of the Thunderbolt Pagoda . Distributed by Revolver USA. [ca. 1999].

16.75" x 11". Mylar photo by Ira Cohen of Angus MacLise on glossy paper. (2 copies)

Box 13 [Cohen, Ira.] "The Ballad of the Gone MacLise." [Ca. 1979-1980.]

Photocopy, 17" x 11". of printing of the poem in an unidentified publication. Typeset column reproducing poem and photo of AM originally published in unidentified magazine or newspaper, possiblyIT.

Box 13 Giri, Avdhut Irawadi. "Introudction to the Kumbh Mela Written Specially for the Tropen Institute[…]: Guru as Gastarbeiter." Amsterdam: Tropen Institut, September 7, 1977.

With "Ma Kom" stamp at bottom. Mimeographed broadside, 14" x 8.5". WITH a photocopy.

Box 13 [Jagger, Mick.] "Mick Jagger Floor Show." Article from the Sunday Mirror, January 29, 1978.

Full first and last page only.

Box 13 [MacLise, Angus]. "Year." [1965.] Photocopy, 17" x 11". Photocopy of this text as issued in the, 1965


Box 13 [MacLise, Angus]. "Untitled Calligraphy.", undated

11" x 17" Photocopy, made by Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library as noted on verso. Calligraphic artwork and 6 small photos of Petra Vogt and unidentified man.

Box 13 [Myers, Vali.] "Vali Myers, Emerald Hill Gallery." Victoria, Australia, 1993. Poster for an exhibit held from /010/28-November 30, 1993 at the Emerald Hill Gallery, Victoria, Australia., /010/28-November 30, 1993

Box 13 [Myers, Vali.] "The Valley of Il Porto Wildlife Oasis." Pistano, Italy, [ca. 1988].

Poster with artwork by Myers. Inscribed "for dear Ira, / love always, / Vali 11th January 1993".

Box 13 [Myers, Vali.] "Jezebel in the Window." [Undated .]

Color print, 19.75" x 13.75". Inscribed "for my Ira, with love Vali / Chelsea Hotel, February 1989".

Box 13 Myers, Vali. "Wu Man." 1970.

Color print, 19.75" x 13.75". Signed in pencil "Vali Myers 1987"; inscribed in blue ink "For Ira, / my NO. 1. Vali, February 89."

Box 13 [Presley, Elvis.] "In peace at last… the troubled King." Article from the Daily Mirror, September 2, 1977.

Box 13 [Rochlin, Sheldon.] Flier for "Weekend of Films by Sheldon Rochlin" at the SaMay a Foundation, New York, April 7-9, [1978].

Box 13 Smith, Patti. "You Can't Say 'Fuck' in Radio Free America." [N.p., ca. 1977-78]. 16.85" x 10.85" poster reprinting eponymous article from Yipster Times (Mar-Apr 1977).

Box 13 Whitney Museum of American Art. "The New American Filmmakers Series." New York: Whitney Museum of American art, Fall 1975.

Double-sided broadside announcing a series of film screenings, including films by Kenneth Anger, Sheldon Rochlin, and Tony Conrad.

Box 13 "The Wide Awake Papers: Kathmandu Punk." Newspaper clipping, 4 p., 17" x 11.35". From iT (International Times) no. 9, May 1977.