Guide to the Kim Robert Stafford Collection
1972-1989

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Creator: Stafford, Kim Robert
Title: Kim Robert Stafford Collection
Dates: 1972-1989 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 3.55 linear feet (7 containers, 1 oversize folder)
Collection Number: Coll 206
Summary: Kim Stafford is a writer from the Pacific Northwest. His poetry and essays focus on the relationship of people with nature and social custom. Stafford places great value on folklore and bases much of the research for his own writing on the study of folk custom and oral history. He has taught and served as an artist-in-residence throughout the state of Oregon and in Washington, Idaho, and California. He regularly offers poetry readings and writing workshops and is active as a printer. The majority of the collection of Kim Stafford’s work encompasses books and other printed material, including periodicals and newspapers. Also included are photographs, videos, broadsides, and printed flyers.
Repository: Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries

1299 University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon, 97403-1299
(541) 346-3068
spcarref@uoregon.edu

Languages: Collection materials are in English. 
Sponsor: Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Historical Note

Kim Robert Stafford was born on October 15, 1949 in Portland, Oregon, one of four children of Dorothy and William Stafford, who was also a poet. Stafford’s interest in nature dominates his poetry and essays, which focus on the relationship of people with nature and social custom.

Kim Stafford has spent most of his life in the Pacific Northwest, particularly in Oregon. He received his college and graduate education at the University of Oregon where he obtained his B. A. in 1971, his M. A. in 1973, and his Ph.D. in Middle English Literature in 1979. In addition to a fellowship for graduate study at the University of Oregon from 1971-1974, Stafford received creative writing fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts in 1976 and 1984.

During the 1970s Stafford began an intense study of printing in Port Townsend, Washington, where he assisted Graywolf Press in the production of printed works of several poets. He has made a practice of regularly issuing postcard editions of his poems from his own press, Ashwood Press.

Stafford places great value on folklore and bases much of the research for his own writing on the study of folk custom and oral history. He served as an oral historian for the Siuslaw Pioneer Museum in Florence, Oregon, in 1975. Stafford’s interest in folk literature led to his regular attendance and support of the Cowboy Poetry Gathering, held annually in Elko, Nevada. In January 1990 he gave the Gathering’s keynote address.

Kim Stafford has steadfastly pursued his creative work in Oregon. He has taught and served as an artist-in-residence throughout the state of Oregon and in Washington, Idaho, and California. He was an artist-in-residence in Burns, Oregon (1975) and Wallowa, Oregon (1978). Stafford taught at Pacific Lutheran University (1980), Idaho Sate University (1981-1982), and the University of California at Davis (1983-1984). He began teaching in 1978 at Lewis and Clark College, and became director of the Northwest Writing Institute (Oregon Writing Project).

A steady contributor to many literary journals, Stafford describes himself as a “professional eavesdropper,” and relies on his daily journal as a source for his writing projects. In 1976 he published a collection of his own poetry, A Gypsy’s History of the World, and contributed to a collection of poetry by his father, Braided Apart. Stafford continues to publish collections of his poetry and prose. His collection of essays, Having Everything Right, won a special award in 1986 from the Western States Arts Foundation.

Stafford has contributed to many Northwest as well as national poetry and literary journals. In Oregon, his work frequently appears in The Oregonian supplement of Northwest Magazine in the poetry section as well as in feature articles. He regularly offers poetry readings and writing workshops and is active as a printer.

Content Description

Given the variety and rarity of Stafford’s publications, this collection is remarkably complete to date (September, 1990). All of the books in this collection have been removed from the manuscript collection but are available in Rare Books.

Stafford has produced several books, including two for which he shares authorship with his father William Stafford: Braided Apart (1976) and That Meeting Place: Poems (1979). The collection also includes Stafford’s award-winning collection of essays, Having Everything Right (1986), as well as his latest collection of poems about local character, Places and Stories. Within this category are also two books which present some of Stafford’s ideas and examples about teaching writing: Twenty-three Ways of Holding Still and Thirty-Seven Ways of Holding Still: Poems Written at Wallowa School and Assignments as Given (1978), which contain exercises for grade school students supplementing the examples of the work of Stafford’s students from Idaho and eastern Oregon primary and secondary schools.

Books containing contributions by Kim Stafford date from 1983 through 1988. These include Stafford’s introduction to a collection of essays in honor of his advisor and Middle English scholar Stanley Greenfield, Modes of Interpretation in Old English Literature (1986). Also included is Idaho Place Names (1988) by Lalia Boone, which contains a poem by Stafford as the frontispiece.

Stafford is a prolific contributor to national and Northwest literary journals, many of which have had short lives on the market. The collection of journals with Stafford’s poetry includes 47 journals, some with several issues containing Stafford’s work. These range from well-know journals such as the Atlantic Monthly, Poetry Northwest, and the South Carolina Review, to rare issues of Permafrost, Mister Cogito, and other ephemeral periodicals. The earliest published poem in the collection dates from 1971-1972 ( Northwest Review), with the majority of entries dating from 1975-1980.

The section containing Stafford’s essays, articles, and reviews is represented by a collection of 15 periodicals. These include short stories and reviews, as well as articles about others, such as “He Found This Great Strength,” the Idaho Foxfire Network, which describes the last days of Lloyd Reynolds, scholar, artists, and friend of Stafford. This category also contains an interview with Kim Stafford about his writing ( Mossy Creek Journal, 1988).

James Henry kept a cross-reference index of all of Stafford’s poems and essays. Henry’s file is kept in the Special Collections Reading Room.

As an artist-in-residence, Kim Stafford often collected and published the work of his students in booklets. These are represented in the category of work edited by Kim Stafford and include rare copies of the poetry by students at Lewiston, Idaho (1975); Enterprise, Oregon (1978); Lincoln Junior High, Burns, Oregon (1980); Redmond, Oregon (1980); and Washington High School, Portland, Oregon (1981).

Three programs contain work by Kim Stafford. Cityfolk (1981) and Cowboy Poetry Gathering (1987 and 1989) feature Stafford’s essays.

Newspapers containing poetry and essays by Kim Stafford were collected by the donor. The majority of Stafford’s works are represented here in issues of The Oregonian or its supplement, Northwest Magazine, together with Stafford’s contributions to the Elko Daily Free Press and Fresh Weekly ( Willamette Week) dating from 1980 to 1989. Because the donor had Kim Stafford autograph nearly every entry of the collection, the original newspapers have been preserved and kept in a separate box at the end of the collection.

Whenever James Henry could not find original issues of journals or publications containing Stafford’s work, he obtained photocopies. Many of these copies duplicate original issues in the collection. The copies are represented in 21 titles and numerous issues.

Also included in the collection are undated press catalogues and flyers, as well as advertising postcards for Stafford’s own work or books and periodicals to which he contributed.

As director of the Northwest Writing Institute at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon, Stafford contributed regularly to the institute’s newsletter. In addition to newsletters from 1988 through 1990, the collection also contains flyers advertising workshops and events at the Institute from 1987 to 1989.

A few newspaper articles about Kim Stafford also appear in this collection and feature Stafford’s work as a judge in the Young Writers Fiction Contest (1988), as head of a conference on writing (1989), his award for Having Everything Right (1986), as well as other events in which Stafford participated.

James Henry and Kim Stafford began corresponding in March 1981 when Henry began a serious collection of Stafford’s work. Their correspondence currently includes letters through November 1989 and reveals the wide-ranging interest, activities, and jobs that Kim Stafford took on during this period, and the slow process of assembling the materials for this collection which required Henry’s persistence. A selection of James Henry’s letters to Kim Stafford, which were photocopies from Stafford’s files, is also included. This correspondence highlights the effort involved by the collector as well as the firm friendship and respect between Stafford and Henry in their struggle as writers.

Also included among the correspondence are James Henry’s replies from publishers to his requests for copies of their journals. These have been arranged according to publishers rather than by addressee to coordinate them with the publications in the collection. The inventory identifies the names of all correspondents.

Numerous photographs of Stafford appear throughout the journal and newspaper articles of this collection. Also available is one autographed 8 by 10 inch photograph of Kim Stafford and his father.

During the 1970s the Oregon Humanities Foundation produced a television series on Northwest Writers. A video featuring Kim Stafford as part of the Visiting Writers Series is included in this collection. An audiocassette recording of Stafford’s keynote address to the Cowboy Poetry Gathering at Elko, Nevada in January 1990 is also included.

Some of Stafford’s poetry has been printed in limited editions by others. The largest (18” x 24”) in the collection is the Breakwater Broadside Series I, which included Stafford’s “The Bears” (1980). “The Rocking Chair” (1980) and “A Woman and a Bear” (1985) also include illustrations.

Kim Stafford’s father, William Stafford, is a nationally acclaimed post whose work James Henry began collecting before he began collecting Kim Stafford’s work. Some of the periodicals include poems by William Stafford who has autographed most of them. These are listed in a separate category, although the publications may be found within he appropriate category of Kim Stafford’s work.

The works donated to this collection by Thelma Greenfield are of a personal nature, most dating from Stafford’s frequent contact with the Greenfields when he was a student at the University of Oregon. The one piece of correspondence, a letter dated June 13, 1989, contains a draft of one of Stafford’s essays. The remaining items, made during the early 1970s, include several broadsides and a small handmade book which features Stafford’s poetry and photographs taken by Stafford.

Other Descriptive Information

The major portion of this collection of works by Kim Stafford is one of three collections donated to the University of Oregon Library by James Henry during 1989 and 1990. Thelma Greenfield donated additional materials for inclusion in the collection in 1990. This introductory section provides information regarding the donors James Henry and Thelma Greenfield; other sections include a biography of Kim Stafford, a scope and content note, and a box-by-box inventory of the collection.

James Henry was born in Oakland, California on July 26, 1908 and spent most of his youth in the oil country of southern California. In 1927 he went to work at the Shell Oil Refinery in Martinez, California where he remained until 1941. During the second World War, Henry served in the Air Force as an airplane and engine mechanic. At the conclusion of the war, Henry continued to work as an airplane mechanic at the San Francisco and Oakland Airports. He retired in 1968 and has lived in The Dalles, Oregon since 1979.

Over the years, Henry’s activities have ranges from touring California by motorcycle to long distance running, but by far his deepest and most compelling interests are the English language, modern literature, and book collecting. Henry has written on Thomas Wolfe and Jack London, and he had done extensive research on colloquial American English. An avid book collector, Henry had put together outstanding collections on such writers as George Sterling, Jack Kerouac, Herbert Gold, and William and Kim Stafford.

In assembling these book collections, Henry has shown himself to be an adept sleuth and a fine scholar in compiling publication histories. Many times he has ferreted out materials long considered lost by their authors and publishers. Henry has demonstrated his respect for writing and scholarship by donating these assembled collections to libraries in California and Oregon where they can be read and enjoyed by a wide audience.

James Henry first became interested in Kim Stafford’s work in 1980 while assembling a collection of materials by William Stafford, Kim’s father. Over the years, through correspondence with publishers and Kim Stafford and careful searching, Henry has put together an important collection of materials produced by Kim Stafford. During this time Henry took an active interest in Kim Stafford and his creative endeavors. The two men have been in frequent contact since 1980 and have developed a close friendship. Henry donated this collection to the University of Oregon Library during 1989 and 1990.

In 1979 Kim Stafford received his doctorate in Middle English literature from the University of Oregon. His advisor Stanley Greenfield and Greenfield’s wife, Thelma, became good friends with Kim Stafford during the course of his studies at the University of Oregon. In 1990, Thelma Greenfield donated gifts of broadsides, a book, and correspondence (which includes the draft of an essay) to add to this collection.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  

Collection is open to the public.

Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.

Collection includes sound recordings or moving images to which access is restricted. Access to these materials is governed by repository policy and may require the production of listening or viewing copies. Researchers requiring access must notify Special Collections & University Archives in advance and pay fees for reproduction services as necessary.

Restrictions on Use :  

Property rights reside with Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries. Copyright resides with the creators of the documents or their heirs. All requests for permission to publish or from collection materials must be submitted to Special Collections & University Archives. The reader must also obtain permission of the copyright holder.

Archival material may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal and/or state right to privacy laws and other regulations.

Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g. a cause of action for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of Oregon assumes no responsibility.

If a researcher finds sensitive personal information in a collection, please bring it to the attention of the reading room staff.

Preferred Citation :  

[Identification of item], Kim Robert Stafford Collection, Coll 206, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Collection is organized by category of publication or production format into the following series, which are arranged in alphabetical order by title:

  • Series I: Books by Kim Stafford or containing work by Kim Stafford
  • Series II: Periodicals containing articles, essays, and reviews by Kim Stafford
  • Series III: Programs containing essays by Kim Stafford
  • Series IV: Newspapsers containing poems and essays by Stafford
  • Series V: Photocopies of poems and essays by Kim Stafford
  • Series VI: Works edited by Kim Stafford
  • Series VII: Works printed by Kim Stafford
  • Series VIII: Northwest Writing Institute flyers and newsletters
  • Series IX: Press catalogues, flyers, and advertising postcards
  • Series X: Northwest Writing Institute flyers and newsletters
  • Series XI: Letters from Kim Stafford to James Henry
  • Series XII: Photocopies of selected letters from James Henry to Kim Stafford
  • Series XIII: Letters from publishers to James Henry (unless otherwise noted)
  • Series XIV: Photographs
  • Series XV: Video and sound recordings
  • Series XVI: Broadsides
  • Series XVII: Ephemera
  • Series XVIII: Printed material, flyers, and catalogues with work by William Stafford (many signed by William Stafford)
  • Series XIX: Thelma Greenfield addendum, including broadsides, books and correspondence

Separated Materials :  

Books in this collection have been cataloged and removed to the Rare Books Collection.

Processing Note :  

Collection processed by staff.

This finding aid may be updated periodically to account for new acquisitions to the collection and/or revisions in arrangement and description.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Inventory
Container(s)
box
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Series I:  Books
Description
Dates
Books by Kim Stafford
Braided Apart: Poems, by Kim Robert Stafford and William Stafford; Confluence Press 1976
The Granary: Poems, Carnegie-Mellon University Press 1982
A Gypsy’s History of the World, Copper Canyon Press 1976
Having Everything Right, Confluence Press 1986
The Middle English Pearl and the Art of Translation, Typescript of dissertation 1979
Places and Stories, Carnegie-Mellon University Press 1987
That Meeting Place: Poems, by William Stafford and Kim Robert Stafford; Gypsy Press 1979
Thirty-seven Ways of Holding Still: Poems Written at Wallowa School and Assignments as Given, Gypsy Press 1978
Twenty-three Ways of Holding Still: Poems Written at Wallowa School, Gypsy Press 1978
Books containing articles, essays, or reviews by Kim Stafford
Idaho Place Names, by Lalia Boone; University of Idaho Press; frontispiece poem by Kim Stafford 1988
James Welch, by Ron McFarland; Confluence Press 1986
Modes of Interpretation in Old English Literature: Essays in Honor of Stanley Greenfield; Phyllis Brown, et. al. eds.; University of Toronto Press; foreword by Kim Stafford 1986
Present Tense, by Magic Circle Dance Theatre; program notes by Kim Stafford June 1988
Rain in the Forest, Light in the Trees, Owl Creek Press 1983
The Spider Anthology; Arachne’s Muse Foundation 1983
Three Rivers, Ten Years, Carnegie-Mellon University Press (University of Pittsburgh Press) 1983
The Truth About the Territory: Contemporary Nonfiction from the Northwest; Rich Ives, ed.; Owl Creek Press (two copies: hardback and paperback) 1987
Writer’s Northwest Handbook, written and edited by Media Weavers, 2d ed., “Some Remedies for Writer’s Block,” by Kim Stafford 1986

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Series II:  Periodicals
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
1 Periodicals containing poems by Kim Stafford
Box
1 Atlantic Monthly, "Feather Bag, Stick Bag," Vol. 257, No. 4 (two copies) April 1986
1 Beloit Poetry Journal, “Washing Hands,” Vol. 27, No. 1 Fall 1976
1 Beloit Poetry Journal, “A Gypsy’s History of the World,” Vol. 27, No. 1 Fall 1976
1 Calapooya Collage II, “Possum Dream” Summer 1987
1 Carolina Quarterly, “Letter to Phil,” Vol. 32, No. 3 Fall 1980
1 Clearwater Journal, “The Southern Hills,” Vol. 1, No. 1 Winter 1982
1 Clearwater Journal, “The Bones,” Vol. 1, No. 1 Winter 1982
1 Cutbank, “Driving Through the Storm,” No. 8 Spring 1977
1 Cutbank, “Cadillac,” No. 17 Fall/Winter 1981
1 Dalmo’ma, “Living Basket House,” Vol. 1, No. 2 January 1978
1 Field, “Orcas Island,” No. 11, (two copies) Fall 1974
1 Field, “Medieval Prayerbook,” No. 30 Spring 1984
1 Gilt Edge, New Series, “The Power that Softens Ice,” Vol. 2 1981
1 The Greenfield Review, “Dawn of the Moon,” Vol. 9, Nos. 1 and 2 Spring 1981
2 Highway One, “Her Mother Tell Her,” Vol. 7, No. 3 Fall 1984
2 Highway One, “The Linguist Catalogues the Seven-word Vocabulary of the Meadow Grasshopper,” Vol. 7, No. 3 Fall 1984
2 The Hudson Review, “The Lighthouse,” Vol. 32, No. 1 Spring 1979
2 Jeopardy, “The Only Way,” Vol. 32, No. 1 Spring 1978
2 Kaleidoscope, “Muffins,” Vol. 1, No. 2 July 1977-August 1977
2 Kaleidoscope, “The Orchard,” Vol. 1, No. 2 July 1977-August 1977
2 Kansas Quarterly, “Old Penny,” Vol. 9, No. 3 Summer 1977
2 Kansas Quarterly, “Civil War Cemetery,” Vol. 9, No. 3 Summer 1977
2 Kansas Quarterly, “Picnic,” Vol. 12, No. 3 Summer 1980
2 Kansas Quarterly, “Salamander,” Vol. 12, No. 3 Summer 1980
2 Kayak 33, “Found Poem: Open Book of Nature” November 1973
2 The Limberlost Review, “The Family at Lost Lake,” No. 12 1984
2 The Loon, “Duets,” No. 5 October 31, 1975
2 The Loon, “Purchase,” No. 8 May 1, 1977
2 Luckiamute, “Your Life,” No. 2 1973
2 Luckiamute, “Asleep by Rebel Creek,” No. 2 1973
2 The Malahat Review, “Proposal,” No. 48 October 1978
2 The Malahat Review, “Fossil,” No. 48 October 1978
2 The Malahat Review, “A Sermon on Eve,” No 61 February 1982
2 The Malahat Review, “Sleeping in the Barn,” No. 61 February 1982
2 The Malahat Review, “Inheritance at Wheatland,” No. 61 February 1982
2 The Malahat Review, “Finding the True Point of Beginning,” No. 61 February 1982
2 The Malahat Review, “The Yew,” No. 61 February 1982
2 The Malahat Review, “The Messengers,” No. 61 February 1982
2 The Malahat Review, “The Kindling,” No. 61 February 1982
2 The Malahat Review, “No Port But Passage,” No. 61 February 1982
2 The Malahat Review, “Short Story,” No. 61 February 1982
2 The Malahat Review, “Wilma Tells How They Moved Old Joseph’s Bones,” No. 74 March 1986
2 Mid-American Review, “The Parable of Growing Old,” Vol. 1, No. 2 Fall 1981
2 Mid-American Review, “How Things Are Broken But Continue,” Vol. 1, No. 2 Fall 1981
2 Mister Cogito, “Residence in Grizzly,” Vol. 2, No. 2 Fall 1975
2 Mister Cogito, “Coinshooter,” Vol. 2, No. 2 Fall 1975
2 Montana Gothic, “The Moon,” No. 5 Winter 1977
3 North American Review, “Root and Feathers,” Vol. 261, No. 2 Summer 1976
3 North Coast Poetry, “Autumn,” No. 9 undated
3 Northwest Review, “Interstate 5,” Vol. 12, No. 1 Fall/Winter 1971-1972
3 Northwest Review, “Gaberlunzie,” Vol. 15, No. 3 1976
3 Northwest Review, “Promises to the Dead,” Vol. 17, No. 1 1978
3 Northwest Review, “Vigilance,” unsigned Vol. 17, No. 1 1978
3 Northwest Review, “Losing One,” Vol. 24, No. 3 1978
3 The Ohio Review, “Nineteenth Century News,” No. 36 1986
3 Permafrost, “Opening the Book,” Vol. 4, No. 1 Spring 1982
3 Permafrost, “At Caesar’s Place: Stateline Nevada,” Vol. 7, No. 1 Summer 1987
3 Poetry Northwest, “historic marker,” Vol. 16, No. 4 Winter 1975-1976
3 Poetry Northwest, “The Rocking Chair,” Vol. 20, No. 4 Winter 1979-1980
3 Poetry Northwest, “Heartwood,” Vol. 20, No. 4 Winter 1979-1980
3 Poetry Northwest, “Schockley,” Vol. 25, No. 2 Summer 1984
3 Poetry Northwest, “There Are No Names But Stories,” Vol. 26, No. 1 (two copies) Spring 1985
3 Portland, “Figurehead on the Good Ship MaryAnne,” Vol. 6, No. 3 Summer 1987
3 Portland Review, “Shaman,” Vol. 21 1975
3 Portland Review, “Inside the Fence: Tule Lake Internment Camp,” Vol. 22 1976
3 Puerto del Sol, “Cove,” Vol. 14, No. 1 Fall 1975
4 Rapport 9, “Bum,” Vol. 3, No. 3 1976
4 Rapport 9, “Boppums,” Vol. 3, No. 2 Fall 1976
4 Rapport 9, “Shire,” Vol. 3, No. 3 Fall 1976
4 Raven, “Grandview, Oregon,” Vol. 2, No. 2 Summer 1973
4 The Seattle Review, “Paulina Rodeo,” Vol. 7, No. 2 Fall 1976
4 The Seattle Review, “Having Words with Belle,” Vol. 7, No. 2 Fall 1984
4 The Seneca Review, “A Story I Remember Hearing That No One Told,” Vol. 7, No. 1 June 1976
4 Silverfish Review, “From Corvallis,” No. 4 1981
4 The Slackwater Review, “Dusk,” Vol. 1, No. 1 Spring 1976
4 The Slackwater Review, “Crow Feather,” Vol. 1, No. 1 Spring 1976
4 The Slackwater Review, “Climbing the Wildcat Grade,” Vol. 1, No. 1 Spring 1976
4 The Slackwater Review, “If We Shed Our Names” Spring 1984
4 The Slackwater Review, “Pocatello Light” Spring 1984
4 The Small Farm, “Early Riser,” Nos. 4 and 5 October 1976-March 1977
4 The Small Farm, “The Spring,” Nos. 4 and 5 October 1976-March 1977
4 The South Carolina Review, “History at North Star,” Vol. 14, No. 1 Fall 1981
4 Stand, “Near Minerva,” Vol. 20, No. 1 Fall 1981
4 Tailwind, “The Rocking Chair,” (two copies) Spring 1987
4 Three Rivers Poetry Journal, “Being the Last to Leave,” Nos. 15/16 Fall 1980
4 Three Rivers Poetry Journal, “The Family Gathered Here,” Nos. 15/16 Fall 1980
4 Three Rivers Poetry Journal, “The Surface,” Nos. 15/16 Fall 1980
4 Three Rivers Poetry Journal, “Waiting to be Born,” Nos. 15/16 Fall 1980
4 Virginia Quarterly Review, “Mr. Epp’s Garden in Aurora,” Vol. 56, No. 1 Winter 1980
4 Virginia Quarterly Review, “A Lesson in Architecture,” Vol. 56, No. 1 Winter 1980
4 Way Out in Idaho, “Called Idaho,” Vol. 1, Book 1 Summer 1982/1983
4 Way Out in Idaho, “The Gift I Carry Home,” Vol. 1, Book 1 Summer 1982/1983
4 Way Out in Idaho, “Dare to Be Great,” Vol. 1, Book 2 1982-1984
4 Way Out in Idaho, “Suffer the Little Children to Go to Mazatlan,” Vol. 1, Book 2 1982-1984
4 Way Out in Idaho, “Watching the Automatic Typewriter Reproduce My Vita,” Vol. 1, Book 2 1982-1984
4 Way Out in Idaho, “Meeting the Thief,” Vol. 1, Book 2 1982-1984
4 Way Out in Idaho, “Beautiful Old Wreck,” Vol. 3 1982-1986
4 Way Out in Idaho, “The Restless Calligraphy of the Human Form in Boundless Varieties of Change,” Vol. 3 1982-1986
4 West Coast Review, “Indian Graveyard Central B. C.,” Vol. 11, No. 2 October 1976
4 Wisconsin Review, “Spanish Museum,” Vol. 10, No. 3 October 1976
5 Periodical containing essays, short stories, and reviews by Kim Stafford
Box
5 America West, “A Few Miles Short of Wisdom,” Vol. 25, No. 1 February 1988
5 Clearwater Journal, “Notes on the First Issue,” Vol. 1, No. 1 Winter 1982
5 Clearwater Journal, “Dear Arlone” (short story) undated
5 Idaho English Journal, “Power, Responsiblity, Play,” Vol. 9, No. 2 Autumn 1986
5 Idaho Foxfire Network, “He Found This Great Strength: the Story at the End,” Vol. 1, No. 1 October 1987
5 The Kenyon Review, “Where Art and Fact Ignite,” Vol. 9, No. 2
Review of Will Baker’s Mountain Blood
Spring 1987
5 Mossy Creek Journal, “Looking for Mr. Nu,” No. 12 (two copies) Spring 1988
5 Mossy Creek Journal, “Interview with Kim R. Stafford,” No. 12 Spring 1988
5 Mossy Creek Journal, Book Review by Karen Walden of Kim Stafford’s Having Everything Right, No. 12 (two copies) Spring 1988
5 Northwest Review, Book review of New Letters for Hiroshima and Other Poems by Alexander Kuo, Vol. 14, No. 2 1974
5 Oregon Humanities, “At the Root Feast” Summer 1989
5 Rain, “Should we Pave Our Dead-end Road?” Vol. 11, No. 2 January 1985-February 1985
5 The Redneck Review of Literature, “The Truckstop,” No. 12 Spring 1987
5 Rendezvous: Stories, Songs, and Opinions of the Idaho Country, Introduction by Kim Stafford who also edited the magazine; Idaho State University
See also works edited by Kim Stafford for a later edition.
1982
5 The Slackwater Review, “Reading at the Dead Horse Saloon: Current Writing in Idaho,” Idaho Renaissance, Special Issue 1983
5 Sweet Reason: Oregon Essays, “Local Character,” Issue No. 2 1982
5 The Trout Laker, “Hallelujah for the Thumb,” Vol. 1, No. 2 Summer 1988
5 Western American Literature, Book Review: Words for the Wind: The Collected Verse of Theodore Roethke, University of Washington Press, 1981; Vol. 17, No. 2
Additional reprint of single page also enclosed.
August 1982

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Series III:  Programs containing essays by Kim Stafford
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
6 1 Cityfolk (for Oregon Folklife Festivals), “Traditions in the Neighborhoods” 1981
6 1 Cowboy Poetry Gathering (Elko, Nevada), “How You Came By What You Got” January 29, 1987-January 31, 1987
6 1 Cowboy Poetry Gathering (Elko, Nevada), “The Chores of Grief and Delight” January 25, 1989-January 28, 1989

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Series IV:  Newspapers containing poems and essays by Kim Stafford
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
6 2 Fresh Weekly [ Willamette Week], “Finding the True Point of Beginning,” No. 20 (poem) March 18, 1980-March 20, 1980
6 2 Northwest Magazine [ The Oregonian], “Last Words,” Vol. 19, No. 30 (essay) March 18, 1984
6 2 Northwest Magazine [ The Oregonian], “Morning Report by Lady Makepeace,” Vol. 19, No. 45 (poem) July 1, 1984
6 2 Northwest Magazine [ The Oregonian], “Whatever Happened to Gypsy Slim?” Vol. 20, No. 7 (poem) October 7, 1984
6 2 Northwest Magazine [ The Oregonian], “Anatomy of One Thing Living,” Vol. 20, No. 19 (poem) December 30, 1984
6 2 Northwest Magazine [ The Oregonian], “A Separate Hearth,” Vol. 20, No. 26 (essay) February 17, 1985
6 2 Northwest Magazine [ The Oregonian], “Joanne’s Gift,” Vol. 23, No. 20 (poem) October 2, 1988
6 2 Northwest Magazine [ The Oregonian], “Being the One You Are,” Vol. 24, No. 34 (essay) April 9, 1989
6 2 Northwest Magazine [ The Oregonian], “Faces of the Northwest,” Vol. 24, No. 47 (essay) July 2, 1989
6 2 Northwest Magazine [ The Oregonian], “A Judge’s View,” Vol. 25, No. 22 (essay) January 7, 1990

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Series V:  Photocopies of poems and essays by Kim Stafford
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
6 3 Arts Review, “The Bears,” Vol. 1, No. 2 Winter 1984
6 3 The Atlantic Monthly, “Feather Bag, Stick Bag” April 1976
6 3 Christian Science Monitor, “Five Views of Concord” November 27, 1977
6 3 Christian Science Monitor, “Mountains: The Stars Were So Close, So Clean” March, 10, 1986
6 3 The Dragonfly, “The Pilgrim Martyred (from Jung),” No. 9 undated
6 3 Hudson Review, “The Lighthouse,” Vol. 32, No. 1 Spring 1979
6 3 James Welch (Ron McFarland, ed.), “At the Only Bar in Dixon” undated
6 3 Luckiamute, “San Jan Batista,” No. 1 1972
6 3 Luckiamute, “Earth Mercy,” No. 1 1972
6 3 Luckiamute, “Tehuacan,” No. 1 1972
6 3 Luckiamute, “The Reason for Snow,” No. 1 1972
6 3 Luckiamute, “Drift,” No. 1 1972
6 3 Luckiamute, “Abandoned Sounds,” No. 1 1972
6 3 Luckiamute, “Utah Winter,” No. 1 1972
6 3 Luckiamute, “Central Oregon Storm,” No. 4 1975
6 3 Luckiamute, “Yarrow,” No. 4 1975
6 3 Modes of Interpretation in Old English Literature: Essays in Honor of Stanley Greenfield, University of Toronto Press, Phyllis Brown, et al., eds; forward by Stafford
6 3 The Midwest Quarterly, “Nana,” Vol. 17, No. 1 1975
6 3 The Nation, “John Clare,” Vol. 230, No. 6 February 16, 1980
6 3 New York Times Book Review, Review of The Paradise of Bombs by Scott Russell Sanders May 24, 1987
6 3 The North American Review, “Root and Feathers,” Vol. 261, No. 2 Summer 1976
6 4 Oregon East, “Poetry at Wallowa School,” Vol. 7 1977-1978
6 4 Oregon English, “The Power of One,” Vol. 8, No. 1 Spring 1986
6 4 Oregon Rainbow, Two photographs by Kim Stafford, Vol. 1, No. 3 Autumn 1976
6 4 Oregon Rainbow, “Villanelle for the Spiders,” Vol. 1, No. 3 Autumn 1976
6 4 Outside, “The Desert Sage and Silence,” Vol. 12, No. 9
See also “Being the one You Are," Northwest Magazine, April 9, 1989 (same essay).
September 1987
6 4 Outside, “The Desert Sage and Silence,” Vol. 12, No. 9 September 1987
6 4 Poetry Northwest, “The Rocking Chair,” Vol. 20, No. 4 Winter 1979-1980
6 4 Poetry Northwest, “Heartwood,” Vol. 20, No. 4 Winter 1979-1980
6 4 Sequoia, “Shed This” [1973]
6 4 Sequoia, “raccoon” [1973]
6 4 The Small Farm, “Putting Hand-set Type Away,” Nos. 11 and 12 Spring 1980-Fall 1980
6 4 The Virginia Quarterly Review, “Mr. Epp’s Garden in Aurora,” Vol. 56, No. 1 Winter 1990
6 4 The Virginia Quarterly Review, “Back Home in the Shopping Center,” Vol. 60, No. 4 Autumn 1984
6 4 The Virginia Quarterly Review, “Indian Languages,” Vol. 60, No. 4 Autumn 1984
6 4 The Virginia Quarterly Review, “In Photograph, My Grandmother, Re-Shingling the Roof Pretends to Be Departing for Heaven,” Vol. 62, No. 1 Winter 1986
6 4 The Virginia Quarterly Review, “Under an Oak in California,” Vol. 62, No. 1 Winter 1986
6 4 The Virginia Quarterly Review, “Walking to the Mailbox,” Vol. 62, No. 1 Winter 1986
6 4 West Coast Review, “Indian Graveyard Central B. C.,” Vol. 11, No. 2 October 1976
6 4 West Coast Review, “Be Warned: Read This in a Private Place Alone,” Vol. 11, No. 2 October 1976
6 4 Writer’s Northwest Handbook (2nd edition), “Some Remedies for Writer’s Block” (essay) 1986

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Series VI:  Works edited by Kim Stafford
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Box
Folder
6 5 Stories, Songs, and Opinions of the Idaho Country, first published by Rendezvous in 1982; second printing 1987
6 5 Faces in the Crowd: An Anthology of Washington High School Student Poetry and Fiction 1981, Centrum Foundation; (eds. Carol Bangs, Sam Hamill, Kim Stafford) 1981
6 5 Kids Are Poets Too: Poems from Lincoln Junior High, Lincoln Junior High School (Burns, Oregon) 1980
6 5 A New Face Full of Surprise (Redmond, Oregon) [February 1980]
6 5 Reachin' for the Moon: Student Writings and Images from Wallowa Valley (Enterprise, Oregon); published by Chieftain and Wallowa School 1978
6 5 Echoes of the Wind: Poems for Idaho Children Grades 3-4-5 (Lewiston, Idaho) 1975

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Series VII:  Works printed by Kim Stafford
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
6 6 Broadsides
Box
Folder
6 6 Salal Series V, Eight poets in a Postcard Edition, “Crow Feather,” (two copies) 1976
6 6 “The Cove,” postcard-flyer for A Gypsy’s History of the World (two copies) November 1976
6 6 “The Yew,” postcard 1980
6 6 “The Yew,” small paperback book, Ashwood Press 1980
6 6 “October in Idaho,” postcard December 10, 1983
6 6 “Sleeping in the Barn,” postcards (two copies) December 1982
6 6 “The Good Life,” postcard December 10, 1983
6 6 “The Family at Lost Lake,” postcard advertising Limberlost Review (two copies) June 1984
6 6 “Night Work in June,” postcard December 21, 1984
6 6 “Smallest Day at Dark,” postcard December 21, 1985
6 6 “After All These are Elemental Things,” Brooding Heron Press
Double-sided broadside with “Nights You Row” by Jawbone Press 1982 on reverse side.
1985
6 6 “Rosemary at Four,” postcard December 21, 1986
6 6 Two untitled poems by Rosemary Stafford – “The Sun Doesn’t Come Up” December 21, 1987
6 6 “The Life and... Adventures of Robinson Crusoe” undated
6 6 “Reflections on Courtship and Marriage” undated
6 7 Books
Box
Folder
6 7 Dream of Dying, poems by William Logan, published by Graywolf Press, Port Townsend, Washington (Kim Stafford was typesetter) 1974
6 7 Eight Poems by Linda Gregg, published by Graywolf Press, Port Townsend, Washington (Kim Stafford was press assistant) 1982
6 7 Journey from Essex, Poems for John Clare (ed. By Sandra McPherson), published by Graywolf Press, Port Townsend, Washington (Kim Stafford was publishing assistant) 1981

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Series VIII:  Northwest Writing Institute flyers and newsletters
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Box
Folder
6 8 Flyers
Box
Folder
6 8 Workshops 1987-1988
6 8 Special courses for teachers and writers Winter 1988
6 8 Courses Winter 1988-Spring 1988
6 8 Workshops June 20, 1988-June 24, 1988
6 8 Workshops 1988-1989
6 8 Courses Spring 1989
6 9 Newsletters
Box
Folder
6 9 Fall 1988
6 9 Winter 1988
6 9 Summer 1989
6 9 Winter 1990

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Series IX:  Press catalogues, flyers, and advertising postcards
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Box
Folder
7 1 Sweet Reason, Issue No. 5; advertisement flyer for Sweet Reason No. 2, essay by Kim Stafford Fall 1986
7 1 Oregon Writing Project, “Second Annual Oregon Writing Festival,” flyer from Vol. 2, No 2 Spring 1986
7 1 An Oregon Message: Places and Stories, postcard advertising authors (William and Kim Stafford) signing books November 30, 1987 (two copies) 1987
7 1 Confluence Press, 1987 catalogue advertising Having Everything Right, review and blurb 1987
7 1 Writers at Home in Oregon Libraries, flyer Summer 1988-Fall 1988
7 1 University of Idaho Press, 1988 catalogue advertising Idaho Place Names by Lalia Boone in which one of Kim Stafford’s poems is frontispiece 1988
7 1 Northwest Poets: The Staffords, William and Kim, Reading and talking about their poetry (order form for videotape) undated

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Series X:  Newspaper articles about Kim Stafford
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Description
Dates
Box
Folder
7 2 Elko [Nevada] Daily Free Press, Vol. 106, No. 25 January 26, 1989
Box
Folder
7 2 Photograph of Kim Stafford at Fifth Annual Cowboy Poetry Gathering
7 2 The Oregonian ( Northwest Magazine is an insert to this paper)
Box
Folder
7 2 “A Gathering: A poetry festival in honor of a destroyer of syntax and a perverter of typography,” with photo of Kim Stafford September 6, 1981
7 2 “Student writers get professional criticism,” February 17, 1983
7 2 “Father and Son,” (about William Stafford and Kim Stafford, with photo) June 19, 1983
7 2 “Western States Book Awards ( Northwest Magazine) May 11, 1986
7 2 “The list goes on: more Western Award Winners ( Northwest Magazine) May 11, 1986
7 2 “Mississippi Mud has grit, bit of glaze,” October 26, 1986
7 2 “Director of new writers’ institute sees creativity in Oregon,” October 27, 1986
7 2 “Stafford finished first among ten major living American poets,” November 9, 1986
7 2 “Two Oregon authors receive awards,” February 15, 1987
7 2 “Cutbacks force poetry festival to raise money,” February 22, 1987
7 2 “Northwest Literature 101: A Pop Quiz,” ( Northwest Magazine) Vol. 23, NO. 7 September 27, 1987
7 2 “Book awards event at arts center honors Oregon writers,” October 3, 1987
7 2 “Father-son poets set reading at bookstore,” November 29, 1987
7 2 “The 1988 Young Writers Fiction Contest,” ( Northwest Magazine) Vol. 23, No. 20 January 1, 1989
7 2 “The Young Writers Fiction Contest,” October 16, 1988
7 2 “The Young Writers Fiction Contest,” advertisement October 23, 1988
7 2 “The 1989 Young Writers Fiction Contest,” ( Northwest Magazine) Vol. 23, No. 2 January 1, 1989
7 2 “Eminent historian to speak January 9 in lecture series,” December 19, 1989
7 2 “Git along, little doggerl”
About Elko, Nevada Sixth Annual Cowboy Poetry Gathering
January 28, 1990
7 2 “Writing like Hemingway will be like facing the bill in the heat of the sun,” undated
7 2 The Dalles Weekly Reminder
Box
Folder
7 2 “Writer’s Conference Creates New Ideas,” July 13, 1989
7 2 The Willamette Week ( Fresh Weekly is insert to paper)
Box
Folder
7 2 “Poet and Mentor" July 14, 1981-July 21, 1981

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Series XI:  Letters from Kim Stafford to James Henry
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Box
Folder
7 3 March 27, 1981–October 17, 1984
7 4 January 1, 1985–October 7, 1987
7 5 January 27, 1988–November 20, 1989

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Series XII:  Photocopies of selected letters from James Henry to Kim Stafford
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Box
Folder
7 6 February 3, 1989–August 18, 1989

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Series XIII:  Letters from publishers to James Henry (unless otherwise noted)
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
7 7 Brooding Heron Press
Box
Folder
7 7 Letter from Sam Green September 27, 1985
7 7 Carnegie-Mellon University Press (University of Pittsburgh)
Box
Folder
7 7 Letter from Gerald Costanzo July 14, 1982
7 7 Chamberlain Press
Box
Folder
7 7 Flyer for work December 10, 1985
7 7 Christian Science Monitor
Box
Folder
7 7 Invoice from Bell and Howell for photocopy of article and order form January 18, 1985
7 7 Confluence Press
Box
Folder
7 7 Letter from James Henry to Keith Browning
Reply written at bottom, c. July 8, 1982
July 6, 1982
7 7 Letter from James Henry to Keith Browning
Reply written on back of letter c. October 29, 1982
October 22, 1982
7 7 Letter from Tanya Gonzales April 23, 1986
7 7 Letter from Linda A. Uhlenkott, managing editor about Having Everything Right (with flyer) ca. December 13, 1986
7 7 Letter from James R. Hepworth with errata sheet for James Welch November 7, 1989
7 7 Copper Canyon Press
Box
Folder
7 7 Letter from Tree Swenson August 10, 1982
7 7 Dragonfly Press
Box
Folder
7 7 Letter from James Henry to Press requesting information; letter returned undeliverable August 24, 1982
7 7 Graywolf Press
Box
Folder
7 7 Letter from Scott Walker re: Eight Poems with enclosure of list of publications September 24, 1982
7 7 Postcard from C. Van Dyke October 14, 1983
7 7 Postcard to James Henry with thanks for order of Eight Poems 1983 (undated)
7 7 State of Idaho Department of Education
Box
Folder
7 7 Letter from Kay Chapman, consultant for Language Arts, enclosing copy of Way Out in Idaho October 23, 1984
7 7 University of Idaho Press
Box
Folder
7 7 Letter from James Henry requesting a copy of Idaho Place Names; reply at bottom with photocopy of poem “There are No Names but Stories” June 16, 1988
7 7 Jawbone Press
Box
Folder
7 7 Letter from Sam Green regarding set of broadside prints of “After All These are Elemental Things” September 28, 1982
7 7 Lewis Clark State College
Box
Folder
7 7 Letter from James Hepworth to James Henry regarding video of Kim and William Stafford March 10, 1988
7 8 Madrona (publisher), Gemini Magazine
Box
Folder
7 8 Letter from James Henry; returned undeliverable October 4, 1982
7 8 Northwest Review
Box
Folder
7 8 Press release regarding honors accorded to Kim Stafford September 21, 1987
7 8 Letter from John White on Kim Stafford’s bibliography with Northwest Review November 26, 1986
7 8 Owl Creek Press
Box
Folder
7 8 Letter from Richard Ives regarding poetry anthology ca. October 14, 1982
7 8 Pittsburgh State University
Box
Folder
7 8 Letter from James B. Schick, editor-in-chief Portland Review August 19, 1982
7 8 Letter from Debbie Gasser regarding possible published poetry by Kim Stafford October 22, 1987
7 8 Letter from Debbie Gasser, Associate Editor, regarding Kim Stafford’s “Swans Sing Before They Die” January 9, 1988
7 8 Rendezvous
Box
Folder
7 8 Letter from Angela Patty enclosing copy of the magazine February 11, 1983
7 8 Spider Anthology
Box
Folder
7 8 Letter from David Cornell regarding order of Spider Anthology November 17, 1982
7 8 Letter from David Cornell regarding order of Spider Anthology June 18, 1983
7 8 Sea Pen Press
Box
Folder
7 8 Letter from Suzanne Ferris regarding “The Rocking Chair” by Kim Stafford September 30, 1986
7 8 Stand Magazine
Box
Folder
7 8 Letter from Jo Solkin regarding order of magazine copy November 28, 1984
7 8 University of Toronto Press
Box
Folder
7 8 Invoice for Modes of Interpretation ed. by Phyllis Brown and James Henry’s full notes for the title of the volume March 12, 1986
7 8 Western States Arts Foundation
Box
Folder
7 8 Invitation to May 23, 1986 awards ceremony (for Kim Stafford for Having Everything Right) April 14, 1986
7 8 Larson, Kris
Box
Folder
7 8 Note from Kris Larson regarding an unidentified magazine October 28, 1982
7 8 Note from Kris Larson regarding an unidentified magazine; reverse side had “For the River” by Roberta Chester November 16, 1982

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Series XIV:  Photographs
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Description
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Box
Folder
7 9 Photograph of William Stafford and Kim Stafford, signed undated

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Series XV:  Video and sound recordings
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Description
Dates
Box
Folder
7 9 Video of Visiting Writers Series featuring Kim Stafford
7 9 Audiocassette of Kim Stafford’s keynote address at Cowboy Poetry Gathering, Elko, Nevada January 26, 1989

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Series XVI:  Broadsides
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Map Case
drawer
4 19 Breakwater Broadsides – Series I – Breakwater Press
Map Case
drawer
4 19 "The Bears" undated
4 19 “Bike Run” undated
4 19 “Starting with Little Things” undated
4 19 “Varieties of Quiet” undated
4 19 “Boy on a Bicycle” undated
4 19 “A Song... for Burning” – Elliot Press of Pacific Lutheran University January 1983
4 19 “A Woman and a Bear” – Chamberlain Press Fall 1985
4 19 “After All These Are Elemental Things” – Brooding Heron Press 1985
4 19 “The Rocking Chair” – Sea Pen Press and Paper Mill April 1980
4 19 The Jefferson Dancers poster with Kim Stafford poem, “The Dancer” May 9-May 10 [undated]

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Series XVII:  Ephemera
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Description
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Box
Folder
7 10 Postcard advertising Sixth Annual Cowboy Poetry Gathering; Elko, Nevada January 24, 1990-January 27, 1990

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Series XVIII:  Printed material, flyers, and catalogues with work by William Stafford
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
1 Clearwater Journal, “1080,” Vol. 1, No. 1 Winter 1982
2 Dalmo-ma, “On the Boat Coming In,” Vo.. 1, No. 2 1978
1 Gilt Edge, “Notes from Refrigerator Door,” Vol. 2 1981
2 Jeopardy, “Cocktail Party Talk,” Vol. 14 Spring 1978
3 Northwest Review, “Learning to Live in the World,” Vol. 14 Spring 1978
Folder
7 11 The Oregonian, “Gresham Man Finds Medallion in Ivy,” (newsclipping) June 23, 1989
7 11 Pacific Lutheran University, Catalogue advertisement regarding Six Poems: Six Poets from the Pacific Northwest February 1, 1983
3 Portland Review, “Portland Freight,” Vol. 21 1975
3 Portland Review, “Coming Home,” Vol. 22 1976
7 8 Sea Pen Press, Letter from Suzanne Ferris to James Henry regarding poetry on broadsides (correspondence) May 21, 1986
7 8 Sea Pen Press, Letter from Suzanne Ferris to James Henry regarding “Passwords” by William Stafford (correspondence) September 30, 1986
7 11 University of Michigan Press, Catalogue and advertisement regarding William Stafford’s On Poetry undated
7 11 The Michigan Collection, Fall/Winter 1987 Catalogue advertising work by Kim Stafford only 1987

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Series XIX:  Addendum by Thelma Greenfield
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Broadsides printed or handwritten by Kim Stafford
Map Case
drawer
4 19 A Sermon on Eve, by Kim R. Stafford (Ashwood Press) 1981
4 19 Villanelle for the Spiders, 1977 winter solstice inscribed “for Stanley and Thelma” printed 1977
Box
Folder
7 12 “Old dream again,” biofolio pen and ink broadside with feather undated
Box
Folder
7 12 Triptych of photographs of beach, Kim and Beverly Stafford. ca. 1970
Box
Folder
7 12 Books
Box
Folder
7 12 Wood board bound book of photos and two poems undated
Box
Folder
7 12 "Names"
7 12 "Orcas Island"
7 12 Correspondence
Box
Folder
7 12 Letter to Thelma Greenfield regarding draft of essay identified in letter by Kim Stafford as “Making Song”; enclosed draft entitled “Malibu” June 13, 1989

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Subjects

  • Personal Names :
  • Greenfield, Thelma N.
  • Greenfield, Thelma N.--Corresponence
  • Henry, James, 1908-
  • Henry, James, 1908---Corresponence
  • Stafford, Kim Robert--Archives
  • Stafford, William, 1914-1993
  • Subject Terms :
  • American literature--20th century
  • American poetry--20th century
  • Authors, American--20th century
  • Poets, American--20th century
    • Form or Genre Terms :
    • Broadsides
    • Sound recordings
    • Videotapes

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