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PAPERS OF LIL PICARD
Series II - Writings by Lil Picard and Related Aural Material

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Lil Picard being interviewed while filming Lil Picard by Silvianna Goldsmith, 1978

Lil Picard being interviewed while filming Lil Picard by Silvianna Goldsmith, 1978

 

Box Contents List

Series II - Writings by Lil Picard and Related Aural Material

Box 15

Writings on Art

LP’s writings on art are divided into two groups: typescripts and manuscripts, and published articles.

Typescript and manuscripts

These items are arranged alphabetically with three exceptions where groups of items appear under their subject matter (Jill Johnston, Jochen Seidel, Andy Warhol) and it ends with miscellaneous typed and holograph fragments, as follows:

“Abenteuer in eine neue Amerikanische Kunst,” 1963: carbon copy of five-page typescript [lacks page six to the end.]

“Again and again – wieder und wieder,” 1979

“Alfred Jensen: a new fashion in American Art”: typescript with holograph corrections and carbon copy of final version. [Translation of “Amerika hat eine neue Mode: Alfred Jensen.” See Die Welt, 21.Januar 1961 in Box 17.]

“Die alten Abrstakten und die Neuen Realisten,” 1963

“Amerikanische Doppel-Karrieren” [1957?]

“Amerikanische Kuenstler in Ferien/Atlantische Paradiese – von Cape Cod zu Monhegan,” n.d.

“Anti-Andy, Anti-Photo, Good by [sic] Cultural Center,” 1975, plus holograph notes on 5 legal size yellow pad pages

“Archivar einer vergangenen Zeit/Retrospektive Joseph Cornell im Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum” [1967?]

“Austauschabkommen zwischen Pace Galerie in New York und Beyeler in Basel,” November 1971

“Die Bedeutung deutscher Kunst in der New Yorker Szene,” 1977

“Beeinflüsfung der Kunst durch Kritik,” 1973

“Begraebnis von Candy Darling. Warhol Szene,” 1974, plus holograph notes on fifteen small yellow pad pages

“Behoerdliche Untersuchung der Verkaeufe des Metropolitan Museums eroeffnet,” January 1973

“ Berlin Now” [1977]

“ Berlin Now: New York Gestern,” with “ Berlin Now: New York Yesterday” 1977

“Bob Rauschenber” [1953][Tears in second leaf with a few pieces missing without loss of text.]

“Brand X…Marke X…Underground Film Superplus” [1969?]: 5-page typescript

“Brief aus New York” [1979]

“Brief aus New York/Berlin” [1980]

“Brief wechsel ueber Abstrakte Kunst,” n.d.: carbon copy of 2-page typescript

“Confession With an Accent,” 1969. Offset. 23 copies. (LP’s contribution to “The Disintegration of a Critic,” New York University, Eisner and Lubin Auditorium, May 21, 1969) [See related material under “Jill Johnston,” below]

“Confession With an Accent,” 1969. With 2 press clippings announcing “The Disintegration of a Critic,” New York University, Eisner and Lublin Auditorium, May 21, 1969

“Dynamik und Monumentalitaet amerikanischer Plastik. Realiteat, Raum, Stouktur, Bewegung” [1964?]

“Ecktisch – Philosoph – Träumer – Maler – Poet. Vom Romanischen Café zum Denx Magots: Emile Szilfya,” n.d. [1963? See LP 428.]

“Erotic, Eccentric, Fanatic Explosion” [1966]

“Erste gro β e amerikanische Grinth-Austellung in der Gallery of Modern Art, New York” [1964]

“Erstes erotisches Film festival” [1977]

“Everybodies [sic] Andy/Jedermann’s Andy” [1975] [Possibly incomplete]

“Expressionism – A German Intuition, 1905-1920” [1980?]: carbon copy of 2-page typescript with 5-page holograph draft

“Fantastischer Exhibitionismus. The Innest In/Dan Innerste In” [1976]

“Film Manifestoes” [1970?]: 6-page holograph draft

“For Peace Sake” [1967]: 2 different versions

“Die forderungen der Art Worker Coalition. Juni 1969”

“From ABC to Camp Art” [1965]

“From Moodiness to graciousness: surprising season of the art of sculpture roving through New York’s Galleries" [1962?]

“Die gedaempften Siebziger Jahre. Gott – Geist – Gold, je nach Bedarf,” November 1976

“Gerahmtes und ungerahmtes-Kunst Retrospektiven und Kunst revolutionen” [1970]: carbon copy of typescript with holograph corrections, and 3 Xeroxes of final version

“Gewaeltigketi Kultur/Elegante Schieckenskammern” [1975]

“Ghetto Soho…So so. René Block’s Doktorarbeit: Ein vierhundertsieben und zwanzigseitenkatalog und eine dünne, müde, akademische Ausstellung” [1976]

“The golden Age of American Crime and Art/Das goldene Zeitalter des amerikanischen Verbrechens und der Kunst” [1980]

“Die heihge Avant-Garde” [1979?], with 9-page holograph draft

“Henry’s Show New York Painting and Sculpture 1940-1970 in the Metropolitan Museum, a LOVE-SHOW” [1970]: 4-page typescript with holograph corrections

“Ich gebe Euch Goid Water/Happening von Ferró. Gesehen und notiert von Lil Picard, New York” [May 1964]

“Intermedia 69,” n.d.

“Interview mit Franz Kline,” [1961?]: 19-page holograph. [See in Box 16, Frankfurter Rundschau, 15. January 1962]

“Interview mit Helen Frankenthaler und Robert Motherwell. Die Reise ins Unbekannte” [1968?]

“Interview with five German Filmmakers” [1972? Compare with audio cassette in Box 20]

“Jasper John’s Interview in Atelier des Malers,” 1963, with two versions of English translation

“John Hightower’s Visual Bang Bang” [1970]: notebook with 64-page transcription by Poppy Johnson from taped interview [see Box 20] [Edited version published in “Protest and Rebellion: The Function of the Art Workers Coalition,” Arts Magazine, May 1970]

“John Hightower’s visual Bang Bang: [1970]:9-page Xerox

[Jill Johnston] one folder of material re: “The Disintegration of a Critic,” New York University, Eisner and Lubin Auditorium, May 21, 1969:

“Confession With an Accent,” n.d.: one carbon and two Xerox copies of typescript. [See printed version, above, under its title.]

“Jill Johnston: An Aquarian Age Analysis (AAAA),” n.d.: carbon copy of typescript

“Jill Johnston – Word-Dancer,” n.d.: carbon copy of typescript

“From Lil to Jill,” n.d.”: carbon copy of typescript

Holograph notes and typed fragments

One photo portrait of Jill Johnston

Ten clippings from Jill Johnston’s “Dance Journal” in The Village Voice, 1968-1969

“Kunst ‘made in Germany’ in New York. Benys im Kaefig,” [1974]

“Kunst wie Sand am Meer” [1975?]

“Kunst politischer Wetterwechsel/Im Wandel der Siebziger Jahre” [1973]

“Lecture on Destruction Art & films. 12, December 1968, Chicago”

“Licht als Kunst – energie” [c. 1967]: 2 different versions

“Lil Picard interview Robert Morris in seinem Loft in New York am 14. Januar 1972”

“Der Maler Edward Hopper/Der amerikanischste Amerikaner” [1971?]: 4-page holograph

“Marcel Breuer in Metropolitan Museum,” December 1972: typescript, with 10-page holograph draft

“Das Metropolitan Museum wird erneut wegen seiner Praktiken angegriffen,” January 1973

“Museums – Ausstellungen/Monochrom-Meisterhaft,” April 1972

“Mystischer, poetischer, surrealistischer Max Ernst. DaDa Max feiert Triumphe in New York,” 1975

“Neue Wege der Kunsteziehung in USA: Museen und Pädagogik” [1968? Compare with “Kunst, Museum, Erziehung in den USA,” Kunst and Unterricht, number 3, März 1969, in Box 16]

“Die neuen Kulte,” n.d.: 16-page holograph draft

“A new Taste…ein neuer Geschmack” [1979]

“ New York – Downtown Manhattan: Soho. Es spricht Lil Picard, New York” [1976?]. 3-panel folder, offset. 24 copies

“ New York Kunst Herbst” [1974]

“ New York – Original Non-Art/Pun-Art/Breathe Art” [1968]

“Die New Yorker Szene. Porträt eine Kunst epoche 1958-1970” [1970?]

“No Blood in the Finch Museum” [1978] [Published in New York, volume 1/#5, NYC, May 6, 1968, pp. 48-49]

“Objekt Kunst – Die Engel der Technik” [1965]

“Objekte und Geschehnisse/Super-Realisms in New York’s Kunst-Avantgarde” [1960]

“On Garbage…” [1982?]

“Pluralismus – Konfusion oder Vitalitaet,” February 1973

“Poli-Revo-Manifestoes” [1970]

“Politische Kunst von Andy Warhol” [1972?]

“Primitive Dinge zu Kunst gestlktet/Nerd-Amerikanische Indianische Ausstellung im Whitney Museum” [1979]: typescript, with 9-page holograph draft

“Realitaets – Austausch,” n.d. [second half of the 1960s]

“Retrospektive: Das Valium der Kunstszene” [1977]

“Rueckblick-Ausblick/Die Sechziger-Siebziger (Die 60iger-70iger) Jahre” [1971]: 65-page draft in spiral notebook, with carbon copy of 21-page typescript

“Die Saison der bedeuten den Retrospektiven” [1971]

“Sanfte Revolution der New Yorker Künstler” [1970]: 2 holograph drafts and 2 typed versions

“Schweres Geschuetz/Der neue Expressionismus: die Invasionisten” [1982]

[Jochen Seidel] “Excerpt from an article by Lil Picard translated from German,” n.d.: 1½-page holograph [in Henry Odell’s hand?]

“Sensation und Halleluja in der 57sten strasse,” n.d.: typescript. [Lacks page 4 to the end]

“Sommer Vokabular” [c.1970]

“Statement für Feminist Meeting in Parnass Treffen in Wuppertal (Nie zu Worte gekommen) 1980”: 3 pages, with 4 Xerox copies

“Tape recorded Interview with Tom Wolfe/Tonband Interview mit Tom Wolfe” [1968?] English and German versions. [Possibly the transcript from tape, “Acid Test Interview/Tom Wolfe 1968” in Box 19]

“Tatsachen: Bericht über Pop und Happenings. Gesehen, erlect von Lil Picard/Aufri β (Outline) eines Buches” [c.1968] (2 copies)

“Tragisches Finale eines Malers” [Mark Rothko] [1970]

“Trends, Fads, Proliferation: Die Kunstzerstoerer” [1979]

“Universitaeten und Korporationen als Maezene,” April 1972

“Unmogliche, Gedankliche, Anti-IUnsionistische Kunst” [1969]

“Unterhaltung mit Liebermann am 19.Juni 34” [i.e. Max Liebermann, 1847-1935]

“Veraenderungen bei Knoedler,” October 1971

“The Very Best of Rosa” [Rosa von Praunheim] [1977?] [See below, Soho Con/fidential]

“’Vive le Pop’; Reportage Collage von Lil Picard” [1965]

“Warfare of Words/What is Behind the So-Called New Young Dadaism in America?/Controversial New York Exhibition” [1960]: carbon copy and 2 Xeroxes of typescript, with offset version on Martha Jackson Gallery stationery.

“Warfare of Words: What is behind the so-called new young Dadaism in America?/Controversial New York exhibition” [1960]: carbon copy of typescript with holograph notes, and 2 copies of offset version on Martha Jackson Gallery stationery.

[Andy Warhol] Untitled writing, [1975?]: carbon copy of 3-page typescript. [Possibly incomplete]

“Wilde Revolution Nr. II” [1970?]: 3-page holograph draft

“Yes & No Thoughts – Process of a Contribution to the Issues of the Past” [1969] [Edited version translated into German and dated 1970 published in “No!Art” by Boris Lurie and Seymour Krim, Berlin/Köln, 1988, pp.54-56 (See box L39)]. With Xerox of December 15, 1969 t.l.s. with holograph notes from Boris Lurie to LP, the original of which is below.

“Yes & No Thoughts. Process of a contribution to the issues of the past” [1969]: carbon copy of typescript, with original of December 15, 1969 t.l.s. from Boris Lurie to Lil Picard.

“Young woman [sic] Painters” [1956?]

Miscellaneous typed fragments: 30 pages

Miscellaneous holograph notes

Notes on Roy Lichtenstein [1969]: 3 pages

Notes on Art Workers Coalition [1969]. Include 22 3” x 5” index cards, “Questions to John Hightower”

Notes on Les Levine. Include Xerox of Levine’s article, “For Immediate Release”

Notes taken at panel on independent film [c.1970]:3 pages

Notes taken at Women in the Arts meeting [1971?]: 4 pages

Notes on Giorgio de Chirico [1972]: 3 pages

Notes taken at Joseph Beuys press conference, 10 January 1974, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, Inc. NYC: 3 pages

Published Articles

These items are arranged alphabetically by title of the publication in which they appeared and their inventory ends with groups of unsorted articles, as follows:

Allgemeine Sonntags Zeitung, Würzburg

2. Juni 1957: “Manhattan im Umbau”

23. Februar 1958: “Selbstständige Kusntlerinnen/Junge amerikanische Malerinnen”

4. April 1958: “Dem Stil der Zeit gemä β /Amerika entdeckt seine Liebe zur abstrakten Modernität”

Art Digest. Volume 29/#11, NYC, March 1, 1954: exhibition reviews

Artery. Volume 4/#4, Wayne, NJ, 1981 [Gregory Battcock issue]

Arts Magazine

September/October 1966: “Notes on the lower East Side”

November 1966: “Turned on Art”

December 1966/January 1967: “Hung Up on Hang Outs”

February 1967: “Milestones and Comets”

March 1967: “Kill for Peace”

April 1968: “DIAS USA 68”

April 1968: “DIAS USA 68” 2 Xerox copies

May 1970: “Protest and Rebellion/the Function of the Art Workers Coalition”

Box 16 Writings on Art, cont.

Published Articles, cont.

Baukunst Und Werkform. Year 1954/#3: “Anmerkungen zur Zeit”

Berliner Kunstblatt. Year 7/#20, Berlin, Oktober 1978: “Brief aus Berlin”

Crawdaddy. January 30, 1972: “Indian givers”

Culture Hero. 3 clippings

Deutsche Rundschau. Year 84/#1, München, Januar 1963: “Alte Abstrakte und neue Gegenständliche”

The East Village Other

One folder: circa 70 pieces including duplicates, 1966 -- 1970. Includes “Teach Art Action” in volume 5/#29, June 16, 1970

One folder: circa 50 pieces including duplicates, 1966 -- 1970

Fragments. Number 1, NYC, 1968: “The Vienna Contribution”

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. 4 pieces, 1953 -- 1957

Frankfurter Rundschau. 3. August 1957: “Junge Malerinnen in den USA”

Frankfurter Rundschau. 15.Januar 1962: “Interview mit Franz Kline” [See 19-page holograph in Box 15]

High Performance. Volume 4/#1 [Whole number 13], Los Angeles, Spring 1981: reprinted excerpt from “Lil Picard – The Empress” by Brien Coleman, originally published in EAST VILLAGE EYE, volume 1/#5, October 1979 [see Box 6]

Interview. Circa 12 pieces, 1969 -- 1970

Kolner Anzeiger. 15. Januar 1958: “Kinder, Kunst und Spiel”

Kunstforum

Xeroxes of 5 articles, 1970s

Volume 48 [year 1982/#2], Köln, Februar/März 1982: “Brief aus New York”

Volume 50 [year 1982/#4]: “Schweres Geschütz/Der neue Expressionismus: Die Invasionisten”

Kunst + Unterricht; Zeitschripft Fur Alle Bereiche Der Ästhetischen Erziehung. Number 3, Hanover, März 1969: “Kunst, Museum, Erziehung in den USA”

Das Kunstwerk

Volume 16/#4. Baden-Baden, Oktober 1962: “Sam Francis”

April 1964: “Reportage – Collage on Pop Art"

Volume 18/#6, Baden-Baden, Dezember 1964: “The New School of New York”

Volume 18/#7, Januar 1965: “Interview with Raymond Parker”

Volume 19/#1, Juli 1965: “OP-Report”

Volume 19/#9, März 1966: “ New York Report”

Volume 19/#10/12, April/Juni 1966: “ New York’s Underground”

Volume 20/#1/2, Oktober/November 1966: “The New Wave of Woodstock”

Volume 20/#5/6, Februar/März 1967: “Das neue Whitney/Kunst der USA 1670 -- 1966"

Volume 20/#7/8, April/Mai 1967: “Ausstellungen in New York”

Volume 20/#9/10, Juni/Juli 1967: “Austellungen in New York”

Volume 21/#5/6, Februar/März 1968: “Brief aus New York”

September 1971: “Die neuen Kulte”

Volume 25/#2, März 1972: “Interview mit Robert Morris, New York, 14, Januar 1972” [See typescript, “Lil Picard interview Robert Morris in seinem Loft in New York am 14.Januar 1972,” in Box 15]

Die Lowin; Eine Kulturphilosophische Zeitschrift. Number 6, Bern, Dezember 1975

Der Mittag (Düsseldorf)

27.August 1962: “Was malen die bösen buben, die ‘Kitschnicks’?”

5.April 1963: “Mystik, Poesie und Dämonie bei Nolde”

Munchner Merkur: 24./25.August 1957: “Die Farben prasseln nur so/Zur"

NYB: An Arts Magazine

Volume 1/#1, NYC/Berlin, 1985 (© 1984): “On Garbage”

Number 2 [i.e. volume1/#2], 1986: “1919”

New York Times Magazine. NYC, July 20, 1952: Letter to the Editor

Box 17 Writings on Art (cont.)

Published Articles (cont.)

Opus International. Number 29/30, Paris, Décembre 1971: “Le surréalisme de la cruauté

Other Scenes. November 1970: “What Is Art Deco?”

Soho Con/Fidential. Number 6, NYC, March 12, 1977: “The Very Best of Rosa” [Rosa von Praunheim]

Soho Weekly News. NYC, July 28, 1977: “Art Fair Gypsy: International Tel & Tel”

Der Spiegel

Year 1968/#52: “Maschinen/Bälle für Rotozaza”

Year 1969/#41, 6.Oktober 1969: “Genie-Kult/Zarter Sauerbraten”

Year 1970/#11, 9.März 1970: “New York/Platz gefunden”

Year 1970/#31, 27.Juli 1970: “Win Chamberlain/Bad in dollars”

Year 1970/#33: “neuer Realismus/Aut dem Rückweg”

Year 1972/#50, 4.Dezember 1972: “Asketmit Pistole”

5.Februar 1973: “Die Avantgarde Kunst wird ausgebuht”

The Village Voice. NYC, November 26-December 2, 1980: “Life Is Just a Scream”

Volkrecht. 25. Januar 1956: “Washington Square/Das New Yorker Kunstviertel”

Die Welt ( Hamburg)

One folder: circa 85 unsorted pieces including duplicates, 1961 -- 1974

One folder: circa 45 unsorted pieces including duplicates, 1960 -- 1963

One folder: circa 125 unsorted pieces including duplicates, 1960 -- 1974. Contains “Amerika hat eine neue Mode: Alfred Jensen”, 21.Januar 1961, with English translation, “America Has a new Fad: Alfred Jensen.” [For English translation see “Alfred Jensen: a new fashion in American Art (…)” in Box 15.]

One folder: circa 40 unsorted pieces including duplicates, 1961 -- 1967

One folder: circa 50 unsorted pieces including duplicates, 1962 -- 1965

One folder: circa 60 unsorted pieces including duplicates, 1962 -- 1974

Die Welt

3. März 1966: “Riesenspielzeuge aus Watte geformt/Notizen über die Vernissage von Claes Oldenburgs neuer Austellung in New York

15. März 1966: “Hans Hofmann”

1. August 1966: “Labyrintische Kunststadt New York/Primitives, Dekoration und Vitalität: Ein Streifzug durch die Museen der Metropole.” 2 copies

20. September 1966: “Dichter, Drogen, Diskotheken/Am Tage Arbeit-New Yorker neues Kunstviertel ‘East Village’”

[November or December 1966]:”Schwarze Magie/Reinhardt-Ausstellung in New York”

26. Januar 1967: “New York im Jahr der Gipsfiguren/Pop is klassisch geworden, und ‘Pot’ ist modern/Monumentale Spielzeuge beherrschen die Szene”

12. Dezember 1967: “Cool und gelassen am Park stehen die cops/Kunst-Revolution in New York - Eine Stadt wird zum Plastik-Garten”

12. März 1968: “Vietnam-Gedichte mit Chanel/Konfetti-Maschinen und Pop-Poeten”

18. (?) April 1968: “Schreckenskabinett der Künste/Blut flie β t auf Zerstörungs-happenings-New York im Zeichen der Schock-Art”

12. Juli 1968: “Kunstvergnügen unter dem Fallschirm/Verwirren, zertrümmeern, verbrennen: ‘Intermedia Shows’ und ‘Destruction Art’ in New York Galerien”

5. November 1968: “Bilderstürmer vor den Mussentempeln/Revolte, Opposition, Antikunst – Eindrücke auf eine Kunstreise durch Europa”

19. Februar 1969: “’Ist es neu? Ist es gut? Ist es Skulptur?’/Die New Yorker Kunst wird immer extremer – Das Whitney Museum bestellte eine Berntigungsvortrag”

Unidentified publication: “Soft Imitations of Hard Objects”

Various Publications in German

Three folders: circa 110 unsorted pieces including duplicates, 1953-1979, in such publications as Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung (Würzburg), Basler nachrichter, Bremer Nachrichten, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Frankfurter Rundschau, The German Tribune, Hambruger Anzeiger, Handelsblatt (Düsseldorf), Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger, Der Mittag (Düsseldorf), Münchner Merkur, Stultgarter Zeitung, Südkurier, Süddentsche Zeitung, Die Welt, Die Weltwoche, Werk und Zeit (Düsseldorf).

Group of 58 xeroxes of articles published in German publications (Oversized – Box 60)

Writings on Fashion and Lifestyles

The following publications are arranged chronologically. LP’s early pieces are variously signed “Lil Picard,” “L.P.,” and “Lilly Elisabeth.” As a model she is named “Benedikt.”

“Shopping-vor hundert Jahren,” Berliner Stadtblatt, year 42/#12, 8.Juni 1930

“Interview mit Madeleine Vionnet,” unidentified publication, 1930

“Kuh-Geschichten,” Haus, Hof, Garten (Beilage Zum Berliner Tageblatt, year 1933/#42), 28.Oktober 1933

“Frühlings-Phantasien,” “Die vielsagende zwei Buchstaben,” “Hellblau mit Weiss,” Frauenspiegel (Beilage zum Berliner Tageblatt, year 1934/#11), 20.März 1934. [Split in half]

“Bummel durchs Basement,” Neue Volkszeitung, 11.Februar 1939

Frankfurter Algemeine Zeitung. 14 unsorted pieces, 1953-1955

Various publications in German - Circa 40 unsorted pieces, 1953-1961, in such publications as Der Abend, Allgemeine Zeitung (Hannover), Basler nachrichten, Berliner Morgenpost, Deutsche Friseur-Zeitung, Hamburger Anzeiger, Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung, Kölnische rundschau, Münchner Merkur, Nürnberger Nachrichten, SZim bild (Beilage der Süddentschen Zeitung), Südkurier.

“Männerbasteln…Frauen schneidern,” Brigitte; Das Blatt Der Hausfrau, year 1954/#5, Berlin, Februar 1954. With reprint as “Zusammen Setzspiele für Erwachsene/Männer basteln…Frauen schneidern,” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeiturn, 12.Juni 1954

9 items, 1956-1958, in such publications as Allgemeine Sonntags Zeitung (Wurzburg), Bremer Nachrichten, General Anzeiger für Bonn und Umgebung, and Süddentsche Zeitung.

Scrapbook: 18 pieces on fashion, lifestyles, pets and animals published in German publications, 1930s. Lil Picard’s articles are variously signed LP, Lilly Elisabeth, LE and LEP. (Oversized – Box 60)

Other Writings

Fiction

“Ilse Berg/Die Geschichte eines unruhigen Lebens”

Typescript of and material relating to an undated [before 1937] and unpublished novel in German

Outline

Nine-page typescript with holograph corrections

Fourteen-page typescript: “Ilse Berg/ The Story of a Restless Life”

Carbon copy, with holograph correction, of the preceding 14-page typescript

Twelve-page typescript with holograph corrections

Two carbon copies of the preceding 12-page typescript, from one of which page ten is missing

Book I

138-page typescript [pp. 1-138] with holograph corrections

Box 18 Other Writings (cont.)

Fiction (cont.)

Typescript of and material relating to an undated [before 1937] and unpublished novel in German

Book II

141-page typescript [pp.139-280] with holograph corrections

First carbon copy of typescript [pp.11-129] with holograph corrections

Second carbon copy of typescript [pp.2-138, 262-270, 279, 280] with holograph corrections

Documents

Three manuscript pages by LP

Two 1937 rejection letters from publishers

Non-Fiction Book Project

April 22, 1977 agreement re: unrealized collaborative book project with Cynthia Navaretta, “Artists Widows”

Poetry

“My eyes are closed…,” 1918: one-page ms.

“Im Regen,” n.d., Der Deutsche Rundfunk, year 7/#35

“Supermag Goddess,” 1963: one-page typescript

“’Dance and Roses’/For Ferró,” May 26-27, 1964

“German and English Poem” [1964?]

“Sitting in Paradoxgarden” [1983]

One folder: 5 pieces, including poems by Ronald Baatz [1983]

Untitled [“Mercy Killing for their Children…”] 1961: 1-page typescript

“Poem of poetic words,” March 1962: 1-page typescript

“Under the Balcony,” 1962: 1-page typescript

“Supermag Goddess,” 1963. 2 versions:

1-page typescript with holograph corrections, plus carbon copy

1-page typescript

“Lipstick-Poem”, April 1964: 2-page typescript, with carbon copy with holograph corrections

“Self portrait 2,” 1969: 1-page typescript

“The Key to My Heart,” n.d.: 1-page typescript

“Paris Lovesong,” n.d. 2 versions:

2-page typescript with 2 carbon copies

1-page typescript with 2 carbon copies

“Poem for Andy Warhol,” n.d.: carbon copy of 2-page typescript with holograph corrections, plus xerox copy

Untitled [“The bartender mixes Manhattans…” n.d.: 1-page ms.

“I Was Thinking Today,” n.d.: carbon copy of 1-page typescript

Miscellaneous Writings

“Modische Kartengrüsse,” 1928, unidentified publication

“Mit Babybeten”

C.V.-Zeitung, 3.Mai 1934. [Torn]

Unidentified Swiss publication, 1945, where it is published under the name Lil Judell

“Warning” (Letter to the Editor), New York Times Magazine, July 27, 1952

“Sales Help Wanted-Female,” Der Aufbau, NYC, May 8, 1953

“Hans Krailsheimer: Kein Auswegist auch einer,” Der Aufbau, NYC, April 23, 1954

“New York hat den ‘Hund des Jahres’ erkoren,” Basler Nachrichten, 16.Februar 1954

“Das Augenbinde als ‘Shock-Appeal’,” Basler Nachrichten, 19.April 1955

“Im Bann und Zwang von ’21 plus’,” Basler Nachrichten, 7.Juni 1955

“Steckenpferde amerikanisch geritten,” Der Regenbogen, year 1956/#4

“Behind the plastic curtain,” [1967?]: 3-page typescript

“Charisma der Hippie-Kultur” [1967?]: 9-page typescript with holograph corrections

“Burn, Baby, Burn/ Der ‘Undergrund’ in den USA” (Script for radio broadcast, Deutschland funk, 6 June 1968)

“Das Erbe der Sechziger Jahre/Woodstock hente” [1979?] [Lacks page 4]

Untitled and undated statement re: the artist Jean Davidson

Undated letter of recommendation for financial help to Stefan Eins

“Lil Picard interviews Lil Picard on the peace technique and message of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi”, n.d.

Translations

Bertold Brecht, “To the future born”: Xerox of two-page typescript.

Bertold Brecht, “To the future born.” 2 versions:

1 st version: 1-page typescript. [lacks page 2]

2 nd version: carbon copy of 2-page typescript

James Collins, “Narrative” [1974]

Patricia Highsmith, “The Heroin”

Pages from August 1945 issue of Harper’s Bazaar in which it was published

Carbon copy of 14-page typed translation

Tom Wolfe, “Das Bonbonfarbene tangerinrotgespritzte Stromlinienbaby”: fragments of typed translation, galleys, 14.November 1968 Südentsche Zeitung review. [Copies of the American original and German translation are in boxes L40 and L54, respectively.]

Working Notebooks

The notebooks contain notes taken at interviews and panels, writing towards articles, and sketches and are arranged chronologically.

29 notebooks, 1936 -- 1970

Box 18a

Tom Wolfe

The Kandy Kolored Tangerine Flake Streamline Baby, 1965. 2 copies

Das bonbonfarbene teangerinrot-gespritzte Stromlinienbaby. 1965. Hard cover and paperback

Box 19 Working Notebooks, cont.

26 notebooks and fragments of notebooks, 1971 -- 1988

Miscellaneous Fragments

Three expanding folders containing circa 700 unsorted fragments. The third includes a November 4, 1975 one-page holograph re: Henry Odell, and a one-page holograph “Letter to a dead husband.”

Carbon copy of 1-page typescript re: Northwest Mounted Valise

Holograph notes

23 pieces, including one re: Adzak

Aural Material

The aural material consists of reel-to-reel tapes and audio cassettes of interviews, panel discussions, and telephone conversations. The tapes have not been auditioned. The audio quality of the cassettes is fair to very good.

Aural Tapes

There are 17 tapes, listed chronologically (also copied on to DVD -- see Box 1):

“Kenneth Noland, Nov. 1964/Interview with Raymond Parker” [See published version of Raymond Parker interview in Das Kunstwerk, volume 18/#7, January 1965 in Box 16.]

“Nov. 1964/[Richard] Huelsenbeck/[Carolee] Schneemann/Meat Joy”

“’Die Entstehung und Bedentung des Pop-Art’ Österreichisches Rundfunk, 15.Sept. ?”

“Art Talk [Otto] Piene 1965”

“Guggenheim/Opening [Egon] Schiele [Gustav] Klimt” [1965]

“Georg Heinrichs, Arctitekt, Berlin” [1965?]

“April 15, Naked Lunch, [Kurt?] Kren, [Jon] Hendricks” [1967?]

“Interview with [Kurt?] Kren, [Jon] Hendricks” [1967?]

“Andy Warhol tape ‘portrait’ July 16” [1967?]

“Elaine Varian on Education & Museums, March 1968”

“Poetry at Claes Oldenburg’s Studio May 24, 1968”

“Club I. November 15, 1968”

“Club II. November 15, 1968”

“Club III. November 15, 1968”

“Acid Test Interview/tom Wolfe 1968” [compare with “Tape recorded interview with Tom Wolfe (…)” typed transcript in Box 15.]

“Ben [illegible] Poetry, may 24, Perreault, Rauschenberg,” n.d.

“[Herbert?] Katzman interview,” n.d. [Possibly mislabeled and should read [Lila] Katzen.]

Box 20 Aural Material, cont.

Audio Cassettes

There are 42 audio cassettes arranged chronologically (also copied on to DVD -- see Box 1):

“Jill Johnston telephone may 26, 1969”

“Black Art/Romare Bearden June 1969”/”Tom Loyd [i.e. Lloyd], Black Art, June 20”

“Andy Warhol interview in ‘Portrait’ for date August 5 th in NY/July 16, 1969: Ultra Violet, G[érard] Malanga, Paul Morissey, Birgid [i.e. Brigid] Polk”

“Frank Bowling”/”Joe Overstreet July ‘69”

“Boris Lurie L.P. [Lil Picard] on the March Gallery & The N.Y. Art Scene. October 1969”

“L[il] Picard, Y[vonne] Rainer, [rainer] Crone, John Giorno on Warhol, 1969”/”On Warhol Studio John Giorno 1969”

“Franz Erhard Walther 1.2.70”

“John Hightower interview March 10, 1970” [See “John Hightower’s Visual Bang Bang” transcript in Box 15.]

“ New York City Les Levine, June 1970”

“Art Workers Coalition, MOMA, November 25” [1970?]

“Panel Discussion, Museum of Modern Art,” n.d. [1970?] – 2 cassettes

“Free time – Andy Warhol, Jackie Curtis”/”Free Time Feb. 1971”

“Alphonse Schilling June 1971”

“Messages, Armory, November 19, 1971” [re: Avant Garde Festival of New York, 8 th]/”Allen Ginsberg – Free Time – journalism Nov. 16/15, 1971”

“Lester, Jon Hendricks, John Vaccaro, Nov. 1971”/”Lecture Nov. 23, 1971” [compare with “Lecture NYU Class of Elinor (i.e. Elenore) Lester on ‘New Art’” in Box 4.]

“Telephone conversation with Les Levine. Nov.-Dec. 1971”

“German Filmmakers, March 18/20, 1972” [compare with “Interview with five German Filmmakers” in Box 15]

“Robert Delford Brown interview Oct. 1972”

“Chuck Close Nov. 31, ‘72”

“Niki de Saint Phalle and peter Whitehead talk about their film, ‘Daddy,’ April 1973”

“George Brecht Show, Onnasch Gallery, Nov. 27, 1973”

“[Hubert] Fichte”

“Avant-Garde Festival ‘The Mysterious Lady’ Dec. 11, 1974 [i.e. 1973]”/”Joseph Beuys, Jan 10, 74”

“J. Beuys in New School Jan. 10, 1974”/”Women & Beuys, Stanhope Hotel Jan. 12, 1974”

“Talk on Art April 4, 1975 Surrealism & Dada The Poetic Tradition”/”Telephone conversation Feb. 15, 1975 Ronnie Elliott/Cindy Nemser”

“Women Artists Panel, Brookly. Mus., March 1975”

“’Tasting & Spitting’ 1976 [i.e. 1975] at Stefan Eins” [See Box 29]/”Talk with Warhol, Dec. 2, 1975”

“Andy Warhol, 1975”. 2 cassettes

“Malcolm [Morley] 1975”

“Telephone [Hildegard] Lutze,” n.d. [1975]

“Celebration Award 1976 Artists Women” [See “International Women’s Year Award,” February 26, 1976 in Box 1.]

“Mike Belt 1976/’77”

“Weekend with Valerie Porr 1977”/”[Thomas] Messer interview Guggenheim February 1977”

“Telephone tape with May Stevens on Berlin A.H. Show, May 29, Sunday.” [Possibly misdated. Might refer to “American Woman Artist Show,” Kunsthaus Hamburg, 14 April -14 May 1972, originally due to travel to Amerika Haus, Berlin (see Box 29). Date should then read May 28.]

“Klaus vom Bruch”/”Wolley [?-Lothar Wolleh?] + Bochum, Galerie Inge Baecker,” n.d. [1979?]

“German Expressionism at Guggenheim 11/12/80”

“Statement Women Movement 1980.” 2 cassettes

Six unidentified tapes (some blank)

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