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Gil J Wolman papers

 Collection
Call Number: GEN MSS 969
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Notations for mégapneumes

Notations for mégapneumes, circa 1951

 Part of Collection — Box 33: Series 3 [39002099260862], Folder: 448
Call Number: GEN MSS 969, Series III
Dates: circa 1951
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Lettrist poems file

Lettrist poems file, circa 1952

 Part of Collection — Box 32: Series 3 [39002091424078], Folder: 446
Call Number: GEN MSS 969, Series III
Scope and Contents: File of autograph manuscript poems originally grouped together that includes several fragments with missing text.
Dates: circa 1952
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Screenplay, "Tapuscripts L'Anticoncept", file

Screenplay, "Tapuscripts L'Anticoncept", file, circa 1951

 Part of Collection — Box 38: Series 4 [39002091424029], Folder: 525-528
Call Number: GEN MSS 969, Series IV
Scope and Contents: Contains two complete typed copies with annotations, and fragments of other screenplays and texts by Wolman.
Dates: circa 1951
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Screenplay, proofs and printing tests for publication in Ion, no. 1

Screenplay, proofs and printing tests for publication in Ion, no. 1, [1952]

 Part of Collection — Box 38: Series 4 [39002091424029], Folder: 530-531
Call Number: GEN MSS 969, Series IV
Scope and Contents: Also contains proofs for Serge Berna, "Jusqu'à l'os", published in the same issue.
Dates: [1952]

Dufrêne, François. Cantate des mots camés (Éditions Achèle), [1983]

 Item — Box 49: Series 7 [39002099260961], Item Barcode: 39002104885257
Call Number: GEN MSS 969, Series VII

Art scotch piece, circa 1965

 Part of Collection — Box 46: Series 6 [39002093690288]
Call Number: GEN MSS 969, Series VI
Scope and Contents: 24 x 35 cm on canvas. When creating his "art scotch", Wolman used tape to lift ink off newspaper or magazine pages, and remixed the printed words or images extracted with the tape on a new support, here a canvas.
Dates: circa 1965
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"Au Tabou, 4 recitals lettristes" poster

"Au Tabou, 4 recitals lettristes" poster, 1950

 Part of Collection — Box 62 (Oversize): Series 2; Series 3; Series 5; Series 6 [39002098963573], Folder: 782
Call Number: GEN MSS 969, Series II
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Screen prints "Festival at Ford Boyard"

Screen prints "Festival at Ford Boyard", [1967]

 Part of Collection — Box 65 (Broadside): Series 6 [39002091424169]
Call Number: GEN MSS 969, Series VI
Scope and Contents: Fourteen posters, presumably printed by Wolman, for the Festival de Fort Boyard (June 1967), an imaginary avant-garde art festival conceptualized by Wolman, Henri Chopin, Antonio Berni, Gianni Bertini, Julien Blaine, and others. Contains unique printings with varying colors and details of 4 posters featuring artworks by different artists: 9 printings featuring Blaine (including one printed on L'Humanité newspaper issue, dated 1967 June 10, front only); 1 printing...
Dates: [1967]

Fragile originals

 Part of Collection — Box 67: Series 4; Series 5; Series 6; Series 8; Series 9 [39002091423971], Folder: 821
Call Number: GEN MSS 969, Series IV
Dates: circa 1951
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Lettrist file "Tract lettristes (Isou)"

Lettrist file "Tract lettristes (Isou)", 1950 - 1973

 Part of Collection — Box 8: Series 2 [39002091423708], Folder: 210-212
Call Number: GEN MSS 969, Series II
Scope and Contents: Original grouping of material related to Lettrism [not solely to Isou], mostly dating from the later period in the 1960s-1970s. Includes flyers for exhibitions, recitals, and publications; internal documents; tracts and declarations.
Dates: 1950-1973
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Untitled manuscripts, file including a screenplay

Untitled manuscripts, file including a screenplay, 1953-circa 1990

 Part of Collection — Box 35: Series 3 [39002099260870], Folder: 484-487
Call Number: GEN MSS 969, Series III
Scope and Contents: Includes an autograph draft, and a typescript with corrections dated 1953 May 31, for an untitled screenplay in five parts. Incipit: ["Cette fille est nue, sa peau noire"]. The script was published posthumously in Défense de mourir, edited by Gérard Berréby (Paris: Éditions Allia, 2001), under the devised title "Joseph me voilà". The file also includes later autograph drafts ["Il faut dire quelque chose.."], ["À la fin des années 40...
Dates: 1953-circa 1990