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Key to the Collection: Correspondence, 1976-1995 / Held, John Jr.; Marx GG; Vigo EA; Bleus G; Fierens L; Schraenen G; Bruscky P; Duch LF; Deisler G; Mabie D; Varney E; Crozier R; Restany P; Ben; Rehfeldt R; Wolf-Rehfeldt R; Sohm H; Groh K; Mittendorf H; Olbrich JO; Perneczky G; Tot E; Ulrichs T; Carrion U; Gibbs M; Baroni V; Cavellini GA; Maggi R; Cohen R; Zack D; Petasz P; Rypson P; Segay S; Nikonova R; Ackerman A; And M; Andre C; Basinski M; Bennett JM; Brown J; Cleveland B; Cole D; Cook G; Corbett M; Crane M; Craven R; Dyar M; Frank P; Friedman K; Gaglione B; Higgins D; Hoffberg J; Hompson DD; Jackson L; Johnson R; Kostelanetz R; Lastname B; Moore B; Phillpot C; Pittore-Eurifico C; Porter B; Pyros J; Rocola R; Spiegelman L; Stetser C; Truck F; Was E; Welch C; Padin C; Szombathy B; Sackner MA; Sackner RK; Guitierrez PJ., 2000

Identifier: CC-34638-36339

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Scope and Contents

In the letter, John Held Jr. writes that his archive was accepted by the Archives of American Art Smithsonian Institute and has sent the Sackner Archive his annotation of the six boxes of correspondence from his collection donated to the AAA. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.


  • Creation: 2000



0 See container summary (163 unbound pages (photocopied) + letter (handwritten) in envelope (manila paper, rubberstamped, stamps, handwriting)) ; 28 x 22 x 2 cm

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Physical Location

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Custodial History

The Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry, on loan from Ruth and Marvin A. Sackner and the Sackner Family Partnership.


Published: San Francisco, California : John Held Jr. Signed by: Johm Held, Jr. (b.c.- letter). Nationality of creator: American. General: Added by: RED; updated by: RED.

Repository Details

Part of the The Ruth and Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry Repository

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