Norbert Krapf Papers

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Norbert Krapf papers
Creator: Krapf, Norbert, 1943-
Call Number: D.291
Dates: 1974-1999
Physical Description: 50 boxes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Table of Contents:

Biographical/Historical Note
Scope and Content
Subject(s)
Access
Use
Citation
Related Materials
Content List
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Box 9: Under Open Sky (1986)
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Box 25:
Box 26: Correspondence, A
Box 27: Correspondence, B
Box 28: Correspondence, Booth, Martin, 1973 - 2001
Box 29: Correspondence, C
Box 30: Correspondence, Clemente, Vince, 1976 - 2001
Box 31: Correspondence, D
Box 32: Correspondence, E
Box 33: Correspondence, F
Box 34: Correspondence, G
Box 35: Correspondence, H
Box 36: Correspondence, Heyen, William, 1975 - 2001
Box 37: Correspondence, I
Box 38: Correspondence, J - K
Box 39: Correspondence, L
Box 40: Correspondence, M
Box 41: N, Correspondence
Box 42: O, P, Q Correspondence
Box 43: R, Correspondence
Box 44: Sa - Std, Correspondence
Box 45: Ste-Sz, Correspondence
Box 46: Correspondence, Stryk, Lucien, 1972 - 2001
Box 47: T, U, V, correspondence
Box 48: W, X, Y, Z, Correspondence
Box 49: Website Correspondence, 8/1 - 8/20/1999
Box 50: Website Correspondence, 8/21/1999 - 2000
Collection Overview
Title: Norbert Krapf papers
Creator: Krapf, Norbert, 1943-
Call Number: D.291
Dates: 1974-1999
Physical Description: 50 boxes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Biographical/Historical Note
Norbert Krapf was born on November 14, 1943, to Clarence and Dorothy (Schmitt) Krapf in the German community of Jasper, Indiana. After attending high school in Jasper, Krapf received his Bachelor of Arts degree in English from St. Joseph's College in Rensselaer, Indiana, in 1965. At the University of Notre Dame, he obtained his M.A. in English (1966) and Ph.D. in English and American Literature, with a concentration in American Poetry (1971). Krapf married Katherine (Trahan) Krapf, a middle and high school teacher, on June 12, 1970, and later adopted two children, Elizabeth and Daniel, from Bogotá, Columbia.

From 1970 through 2004, Krapf taught English at Long Island University's C.W. Post Campus, where he was honored as emeritus Professor of English. While there, he was named Poet Laureate from 2003 through 2007 and directed the C.W. Post Poetry Center for eighteen years. Krapf was a Senior Fulbright Professor of American Poetry at Germany's University of Freiberg and the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg and served as a U.S. Exchange Teacher at West Oxon Technical College, England. He has received many honors, including the Lucille Medwick Memorial Award from the Poetry Society of America for his poem "Fire and Ice," an honorary doctorate of letters from St. Joseph's College, the David Newton Award for Excellence in Teaching from Long Island University, and a Trustees Award for Scholarly Achievement from Long Island University. In 2002, Krapf was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry. After residing in New York for 34 years, he moved back to Indiana in 2004 to continue his writing.

In addition to his 23 published books of poetry and prose, Krapf has collaborated with singer-songwriters Kriss Luckett, Greg Ziesemer, Tom Roznowski, and Tim Grimm, as well as with musicians Gordon Bonham and Jennie DeVoe. In 2007, he released the CD Imagine – Indiana in Music and Poetry (Acme Records) with jazz pianist and composer Monika Herzig. After a public competition, Krapf's poem "Back Home" was one of the poems selected by the English artist Martin Donlin for a stained-glass panel installed at the Indianapolis International Airport. In 2008, Krapf was appointed Poet Laureate of Indiana for a two-year term for which he coordinates a series at The American Cabaret Theatre in Indianapolis called Together Again: Music & Poetry. He currently resides in Indianapolis.

Scope and Content
The Norbert Krapf Papers consists of 50 boxes and 1 oversize pamphlet of Krapf's personal papers, including 24 boxes of correspondence; 23 boxes and one oversize pamphlet of manuscript and printed material by Krapf; one box of material from Krapf's public appearances; and one box of essays, newspaper articles, and Krapf's curriculum vitae. Items of particular interest to researchers include manuscripts, typescripts, and printed ephemera from Krapf's poetry collections, including Finding the Grain: Pioneer Journals, Franconian Folktales, Ancestral Poems (1976), Under Open Sky: Poets on William Cullen Bryant (1986), Beneath the Cherry Sapling: Legends from Franconia (1988), Somewhere in Southern Indiana: Poems of Midwestern Origins (1993) Blue-Eyed Grass (1997), Bittersweet Along the Expressway (2000), and The Country I Come From (2002); and correspondence from well-known writers and artists, including Robert Bly, Martin Booth, Joseph Bruchac II, Siv Cedering, Diana Chang, Vince Clemente, John DePol, Rita Dove, Louise Erdrich, Carolyn Forché, Donald Hall, Michael Hamburger, Seamus Heaney, William Heyen, David Ignatow, Aaron Kramer, Adrian Louis, Robert Morgan, Lisel Mueller, John F. Nims, Tillie Olsen, Linda Pastan, Robert Pinsky, William Stafford, Lucien Stryk, Kurt Vonnegut, Robert Penn Warren, and Richard Wilbur.

Subject(s):
Correspondence
Manuscripts
Poetry
Krapf, Norbert, 1943-
Poets, American
Access
The Norbert Krapf papers is open for research use. Researchers are advised to contact Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation prior to visiting. Upon arrival, researchers will also be asked to fill out a registration form and provide photo identification.Use
Reproductions are made upon request but can be subject to restrictions. Permission to publish materials from the collection must currently be requested. Please note that some materials may be copyrighted or restricted. It is the researcher's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other case restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the collections. For more information contact rarebks@library.rochester.eduCitation
[Item title, item date], Norbert Krapf papers, D.291, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of RochesterRelated Materials
Bibliography

Poetry

Sweet Sister Moon. Cincinnati, Ohio: WordTech Editions, August, 2009. Cover art by Ashley Verkamp.

Bloodroot: Indiana Poems. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana UP, 2008.

Invisible Presence: A Walk through Indiana in Photographs and Poems. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana UP, 2006. Photographs by Darryl Jones.

Looking for God's Country. St. Louis, Missouri: Time Being Books, 2005.

The Country I Come From. Santa Maria, California: Archer Books, 2002.

Bittersweet Along the Expressway. Hardwick, Massachusetts: Waterline Books, 2000.

Blue-Eyed Grass: Poems of Germany. St. Louis, Missouri: Time Being Books, 1997.

Somewhere in Southern Indiana: Poems of Midwestern Origins. St. Louis, Missouri: Time Being Books, 1993.

March Songs for an English Half-Moon. [Port Jefferson, New York]: Street Press, 1988.

East of New York City. Fallon, Nevada: Duck Down Press, 1986.

A Dream of Plum Blossoms. West Lafayette, Indiana: Sparrow Press, 1985.

Circus Songs. Point Reyes Station, California: Floating Island Publications, 1984.

Heartwood. Roslyn Harbor, New York: Stone House Press, 1983.

Lines Drawn from Dürer. St. Paul, Minnesota: Ally Press, 1981.

Arriving on Paumanok. Port Jefferson, New York: Backstreet Editions, 1979.

A Pioneer Wedding. Roslyn, New York: Kirby's Corners Press, 1979. (Pamphlet)

Finding the Grain: Pioneer Journals, Franconian Folktales, Ancestral Poems. Jasper, Indiana: Dubois County Historical Society, 1977

The Playfair Book of Hours. Denver, Colorado: Ally Press, 1976.

Prose

The Ripest Moments: A Southern Indiana Childhood. Indianapolis, Indiana: Indiana Historical Society Press, 2008.

The Sunday Before Thanksgiving: Two Prose Memoirs. Chicago: Rain Crow Publishing, 1998.

Edited/Translated

Shadows on the Sundial: Selected Early Poems of Rainer Maria Rilke. Edited and Translated by Norbert Krapf. Northport, New York: Birnham Wood Graphics, 1990.

Beneath the Cherry Sapling: Legends from Franconia. Edited and Translated by Norbert Krapf. New York: Fordham University Press, 1988

Edited

Finding the Grain: Pioneer German Journals and Letters from Dubois County, Indiana. Edited by Norbert Krapf. Indianapolis, Indiana: Max Kade German-American Center, Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis and Indiana German Heritage Society with Dubois County Historical Society, 1996.

Under Open Sky: Poets on William Cullen Bryant. Edited by Norbert Krapf. New York: Fordham University Press, 1986.

Pamphlets, Broadsides, and Other Miscellaneous Works

Imagine – Indiana in Music and Poetry. Collaboration with jazz pianist and composer, Monika Herzig. Indiana: ACME Records, 2007. (CD and Booklet)

"Darkness Comes to the Woods: for soprano, tape, and optimal interactive electronics." Music by Jason L. Bolte, text by Norbert Krapf. [2000s]. (Score

"One Voice from Many" (Written for the 100th Commencement Saint Joseph's College, Rensselaer, Indiana, 7 May 1995). Rensselaer, Indiana: Saint Joseph's College, 1995. (Pamphlet)

"Squirrel at the Birdfeeder." Roslyn, New York: Stone House, 1983. (Broadside)

"Walnut." Roslyn Harbor, New York: Stone House Press, 1982. (Broadside)

"The Roslyn Forge." Roslyn Harbor, New York: Stone House Press, 1981. (Broadside)

"When the Call Came." Smithtown, New York: Norbert and Katherine Krapf, 1980. (Broadside)

"An Invitation to the Country: William Cullen Bryant in Roslyn." Ventures in Research. New York: CW Post Center, Long Island University, 1979, p. 37-67. (Essay)

"The Roslyn Forge." Roslyn Harbor, New York: Stone House Press, 1979. (Broadside)

"Sisters." Binghamton, New York: Bellevue Press, 1978. (Postcard)

"Song of the Music Stand." Knotting: Sceptre Press, 1977. (Pamphlet)

"Stag Hunt after Cranach." Knotting: Sceptre Press, 1976. (Pamphlet)

"The Forefather Arrives." Derry, Pennsylvania: Rook Press, 1976 (Broadside)

"Shooting a Squirrel." Rushden, Northamptonshire: Sceptre Press, 1973. (Pamphlet)

Robert Lowell and the American Past. Ph.D. Thesis Dissertation. University of Notre Dame, 1971.


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Content List
Box 1:
Folder "Rural Lines After Brueghel" [poetry sequence appeared in Poetry and later in Blue-Eyed Grass]:
1. Correspondence, Poetry, MS and TS, March 1974 - September 1974.
2. Letters personal responses, MS and TS, 1974-1975, [8 items, including letters from Martin Greenburg].
3. Correspondence, permissions to reprint, 1975-1980 [6 items].
Folder The Playfair Book of Hours (1976):
4. Notes on the original "'Playfair' Book of Hours" at the Victoria and Albert Museum, MS, Spring 1974; register for the "'Playfair' Book of Hours, "[Victoria and Albert Museum?; n.d., n.p.], PC.
5. Typescript, with MS editing, November [19]74.
6. Typescript, with MS editing, January [19]75.
7. Typescript [sent to publisher], n.d.
8. Letter, NK to P. Daniels, TS, December 2, 1975; [regarding Playfair MS acceptance by Alley Press].
9. Correspondence, Paul Feroe, Alley Press, MS and TS, 1975 - 1978, and n.d. [44 letters]
10. Description of book, TS; Krapf biographical paragraph, TS; and blurb by Lucien Stryk, TS.
11. Promotional pamphlets, Ally Press.
12. Reviews:
Library Journal, July 1976, PC
Richard Lettis, Post Library Association Report, n.d., p.18, 2 PCs.
13. Letters, responses, [11 letters; alphabetical by last name of correspondent; with unidentified correspondents last], 1976.
14. Correspondence, Rachel Stevenson, International Film Bureau, [about a possible filmstrip, featuring Krapf's poems], MS and TS, March 1977 - November 1977 [10 letters].
15. Miscellaneous notes, MS.
Folder Finding The Grain: Pioneer German Journals, Franconian Folktales, Ancestral Poems (1977) [Note: Papers for the 1996 expanded edition at IUPUI Special Collections - NK].
16. Preface, TS; three proofs.
17. Correspondence, John Fierst, Dubois Co. Historical Society, MS and TS, 1976 - 1979 [22 letters].
18. Production correspondence, Jack Rumbach, Herald Printing, TS and TS with MS, August 1976 - August 1977 [30 letters]
19. Production correspondence, Howard Webber, Herald Printing, May - September 1977 [3 letters; including 2 TS and 1 PC of TS].
20. Permissions correspondence, [NK requesting permission of use], MS, TS, and PC, 1976 - 1977 [arranged alphabetically by last name of NK'S correspondent; some correspondence in German].
21. ISBN/ copyright number materials, 1997; two emails from Norbert Krapf to Eberhard Reichmann [regarding copyright information], December 20, 1996.
22. Promotional materials:
Articles:
a. "Book of Journals Available Soon," The Herald, July 1, 1977.
b. "Reception to Honor Native Son," The Herald, October 19, 1977 [2 copies]
c. "'Finding The Grain' Available," [source unknown], n.d.
Reviews:
a. "'Finding the Grain' - a charming book," Mary Munarin, The Herald, August 5, 1977, clipping and PC.
b. Don Heinrich Tolzmann, Journal of German - American Studies, Spring 1978, PC [2 copies].
c. Winthrop Palmer, PLA Report, spring 1978, pg. 34, PC.
d. "Recommended Reading," SEZ: A Multi-Racial Journal of Poetry
Advertisements
24. Flyers, announcement / order form [blank].
25. Promotional materials: correspondence with booksellers [some correspondence in German]; review lists.
26. Correspondence, personal responses to publication, MS and TS, 1977-1978; [33 items, including letters from: Millen Brand; William Childress (PC); Elfreida Lang (Indiana historian); William Meredith; Peter Michelson; Lucien (Stryk); Gayle Thornbrough (historian); Grace Volick [NK's colleague]; and others. Arranged alphabetically by last name of NK's correspondent (or the institution they represent), with unidentified individuals last. Some correspondence in German].
27. Correspondence, regarding an unpublished reprint of the 1977 edition, MS and TS, November 1977 - December 1978 [including two MS letters from John Fierst; arranged chronologically].
28. Miscellaneous notes, MS.
Folder Arriving On Paumanok (1979):
28. Typescript, TS and PC pgs, with MS editing, [version used as correcting proof], n.d.
29. Typescript, PC of TS with MS editing; and loose pg. ["New tenant of this old house..."], n.d.
30. Correspondence, Graham Everett, Street Press, MS and TS, 1978-1981, and n.d. [12 letters].
31. Correspondence, personal responses to publication, MS and TS, 1979 - 1980; [29 items, including letters from: Martin Booth; Daniel M. Chew (Director of Presidential Correspondence); Vince Clemente (2 letters); Jim Dochniak; Donald Hall; William Stafford; Lucien Stryk; James Weil; Maxwell C. Wheat. Arranged alphabetically by last name of NK's correspondent (or the institution they represent), with unidentified individuals last. Note: James Moffatt letter is sealed. Also, Helene Knox poem "The Young Editor Of A French Literary Revue Sees Life In French," TS attached to letter].
32. "Backstreet Editions" advertisement cards, 6 cards; "Krapf Poetry Collection," TS, 1 pg, initialed "N.K." and dated December 26, 1979; blurb for chapbook or flyer, with illustration, carbon TS with MS; Street Magazine [Street Press catalogue], with advertisement for book; cover.
33. List of advanced and review copies, Krapf requested to be sent; order requests from individuals, [alphabetical by last name of the individual (or the institution they represent)], 1979 -1980.
34. Articles and Reviews:
"About People in Roslyn," [features NK's "Pheasant In The Suburbs"], The Roslyn News, January 10, 1980, clipping.
"Letter to the Editor," Norbert Krapf, The Roslyn News, January 17, 1980; with "Norb Krapf publishes second book," The Herald [Jasper, IN], January 14, 1980, clipping.
"About People in Roslyn," "Letters to the Editor," January 17, 1980; and with "Norb Krapf publishes second book," PC.
"In Short: Poetry of Winter Trees" Newsday, January 1980; [mention of NK's book and a lecture on a tree identification walk].
"Writing About Books," Long Island Forum, March 1980, pg. 58, PC.
"Recommended Reading," SEZ: A Multi-Racial Journal of Poetry People's Culture, No. 2-3, 1981 [also mentions NK's Finding the Grain].
"As the Crow Flies - for a statewide census," [features NK's "Long Island Crow"], Maxwell C. Wheat, "Nature, Part II," Newsday, February 8, 1993, clipping and PC.
35. NK's letter to editor of The Roslyn News, TS, January 9, 1980.
Box 2:
Folder A Pioneer Wedding (1979)
1. MS, February 11, 1979.
2. TS, with MS editing, n.d.
3. TS, with MS editing, n.d
4. Layout, MS, n.d.
5. Layout pages, including cover image, n.d.
6. Layout, n.d.
7. Cover proof, n.d.
8. Miscellaneous notes, MS and printed, including type styles sheet.
9. Printed pages
10. Correspondence with Graham [Everett], MS, January - March 1979 [3 letters]
11. Correspondence, responses, TS, April 3, 1979 and n.d. [2 letters]
Box 3:
Folder Silent Voices: Recent American Poem on Nature (1979) [Anthology edited by Paul Feroe. Contains NK's poems: "Catalpa in the Parking Lot," "Bittersweet Along the Expressway," and "Sycamore on Main Street." Feroe also thanks NK in his dedication.]:
1. Letters, Paul Feroe, November 1978 - January 1979, [3 letters; see also Lines From Durer correspondence, (2:10-11)]
2. Promotion/reviews:
"Recent Titles From Alley Press," Summer 1979
Scott S. Smith, Vegetarian Times, July/August 1979
Shepard Bliss, New Age, October 1979
Folder Lines Drawn From Durer (1981):
3. "Final" TS, with MS corrections, n.d.
4. Proof with corrections [Krapf's copy], PC, n.d.
5. Page proofs, with MS corrections, n.d.
6. Cover proof, n.d.
7. Author's agreement, " Durer Sketches of His Mother in Charcoal," The American Scholar, The United Chapters Phi Beta Kappa, July 1978.
8. Correspondence, regarding preparation of the manuscript, 1979 and n.d. [2 letters].
9. Correspondence, various publishers, January 1978 - March 1981; [arranged alphabetically by publishing company] [19 letters].
10. Correspondence, Paul Feroe, Alley Press, March 1979 - December 1981 [48 letters].
11. Correspondence, Paul Feroe, Alley Press, January 1982 - February 1983, and n.d. [20 letters].
12. Correspondence, permissions for use of photographs [mostly in German], TS with some MS editing, April 1981 - April 1982, [32 items; written while NK was in Frieburg, Germany; arranged chronologically].
13. Letter and drafted article for Funnel, Franziska Gehrels, January 22, 1981.
14. Letters, personal responses, MS and TS; 1978 - 1982; [19 items, including letters from: Vince Clemente; Michael Hamburger; Dennis Mahoney; Lisel Mueller; Robert Phillips; David Radavich (?); Lucien Stryk; Michael Sykes; James L. Weil. Arranged alphabetically by last name of NK's correspondent (or the institution they represent), with unidentified individuals last. Some correspondence in German].
15. Articles and reviews, 1981 - 1983:
"Jasper Native Will Publish Fourth Book," The Herald, October 15, 1981.
"Arts," Cakes and Ale, December 19, 1981; [3 copies].
"Post Poet Bases Book on Durer," [source unknown], January 14, 1982, clipping and PC.
"Post Professor Publishes Book About German Painter Albrecht Durer," Glen Cove Guardian, January 14, 1982, clipping and PC.
"A Biographical Novel In Verse," Pioneer, January 27, 1982.
"Ally Press," Book People Catalog, Spring/Summer 1982, PC.
"Poet Norbert Krapf Reads New Works," Pennysaver, January 23, 1983, clipping and PC.
"C.W. Post Announces Annual Poetry Contests," Suffolk Life, January 26, 1983; and "Poet Reads New Work," Pennysaver News, January 26, 1983, PC.
Long Island Guide," NY Times, January 30, 1983, clipping and PC.
"Lectures, Debates, and Presentations," Cakes and Ale, February 4, [1983], clipping and PC.
"Poet Will Read Narrative Works," ["Community Newspapers"], February 3, 1983, PC.
"Poet Norbert Krapf Reads New Works at C.W. Post," Pennysaver, January 30, 1983, clipping and PC.
"Norbert Krapf Reads At Post," Sunstorm, February 1983.
"Poetry Reading," Dona Ritchie Mazzara, Compass, February 22, 1983.
"Book reviews," Kirk Robertson, Olympia, n.d., clipping and PC.
Joan Huntoon, Post Library Association Report, n.d.
16. Promotional materials:
3 different announcements.
"Recent Titles From Alley Press," Fall 1981.
17. Press releases, Long Island University:
"C.W. Post Professor Publishers Book of Poetry About German Painter Albrecht Dürer," December 22, 1981.
"Poet Norbert Krapf Reads New Works At C.W. Post Friday, Feb. 4," January 13, 1983.
18. Readings:
Invitation, "Ancestral Voices," University of Massachusetts, June 20, 1981.
Announcement, reading at Nuremberg, July 13, 1981, PC.
Poems for Nuremberg reading, July 13, 1981.
Memo, "Albrecht Durer: From Painting to Poem," January 26, 1983.
19. Announcements, lecture, "Albrecht Durer: From Painting to Poems," February 4 [1983], Post Library Association, February 4, 1983.
20. Miscellaneous notes, related to publication and promotion.
Box 4:
Folder Heartwood (1983):
1. Brother of the Bark [working title; individual poems, order retained], PC of TS, n.d.
2. "Table of contents," MS, multiple versions, April - July 1982; "table of contents," TS with MS editing, n.d.
3. "Afterword," MS, multiple versions, July - August 1982.
4. "Afterword," TS with MS editing, multiple versions, July - August 1982.
5. TS with MS editing, four versions, May - July 1982.
6. Miscellaneous individual poems, TS and TS with MS editing, n.d. [arranged alphabetically by title].
7. Copy of typescript sent to Morris Gelfand [publisher] [?], TS with some MS revision, n.d.
8. Poems revised after initial publication:
list of photocopies poems removed, TS, January 9, 1984.
poems revised for Blue-Eyed Grass, TS with MS editing, November 4, 1986.
9. "Sassafras," PC of proof pg., 4 copies.
10. Galleys, with MS notes; and with list of poems illustrated by John De Pol, MS, October 3, 1982.
11. Folded press proofs, with Gelfand's MS notes, n.d.
12. Press proof cover; and printed cover sheets.
13. Copyright registration forms, PC.
14. Pre-Publication Announcements.
15. Correspondence, Morris Gelfand, December 1982 - January 1984 [?]
16. Letter, Gelfand to Kirk Robertson [about review copy], TS, January 23, 1983.
17. Articles and reviews:
"Norbert Krapf Poetry Book To Be Printed," The Herald, December 9, 1982, clipping and PC.
"Krapf Publishing His Fifth Book," The Herald, June 27, 1983, clipping and PC.
"Vince Clemente," Post Library Association Report, 1984, PC.
"The Stone House Press," Fine Print, 1984, PC.
18. Letters, personal responses to, MS and TS, April - July 1983; [5 items, including a letter from: James L. Weil. Letters arranged alphabetically by last name of correspondent or the institution they represent, with unidentified individuals last].
19. Correspondence, copies of responses received and returned by Morris Gelfand, PC of MS and TS, May - June 1983; [8 items, including a letter from Vince Clemente].
20. Correspondence, Joan Huntoon, 1982 - 83.
21. Request for permission for the use of "Paw Paw," Lee Reich, August 22, 1990.
22. Miscellaneous notes, MS.
Folder Circus Songs (1984):
23. Original TS, with MS revision, March 30, 1980.
24. "2" [second poem], TS with MS correction, October 30, 1980; TS, with MS revisions, February 9, 1981.
25. PC of TS, n.d.
26. "Afterword," MS, May 17, 1983.
27. "Afterword," TS with MS editing, n.d. and May 22, 1983.
28. Miscellaneous TS:
"Krapf's Sixth Book," TS with MS editing, n.d.
Alfred Van Leon [illustrator] biography, TS with MS note, November 28, 1983.
Blurb, November 27, 1983.
29. Proofs, September 27, 1983, 3 copies.
30. Proof pgs.:
Suggested cover/title pg., n.d.
Poems one and two, with MS poem attached, n.d.
"Afterward", n.d., 2 copies.
31. Correspondence, Michael Sykes, Floating Island Publications, MS and TS, March 1982 - May 1984.
32. Letters, personal responses, MS and TS, April - August 1984; [5 items, including letters from: Lucien Stryk (2 letters). Letters arranged alphabetically by last name of NK's correspondent (or the institution they represent)].
33. Miscellaneous:
Pamphlet, Floating Island Publications, 1982-1983.
MS notes, 2 pgs.
Folder A Dream Of Plum Blossoms (1985)
34. Manuscript material:
Table of Contents, MS
Title pg., TS; with Table of Contents, MS.
"Acknowledgements," TS, 2 copies
"A Dream of Plum Blossoms," TS [single poem]
35. Certificate of Copyright Registration, November 26, 1985.
36. Correspondence, Felix Stefanile, Sparrow Press
37. Correspondence, personal response to, MS and TS, October - December 1985; [13 items, including letters from Theodore M. Hesburgh; William Heyen; Robert Morgan; Gary Pacernick; William Stafford, Lucien Stryk, Annie Wright. Arranged alphabetically by last name of NK's correspondent (or the institution the represent)].
38. "Krapf Book Celebrates Southern Indiana," TS with MS editing, [sent to The Herald September 30, 1985].
39. Article, "Krapf's 6th Book of Poetry Out," The Herald, October 14, 1985.
40. Miscellaneous MS notes.
Box 5:
Folder East of New York City (1986)
1. TS with MS editing [sent to Graham Everett, Everett Press/Street Press], [May 1984?]
2. TS [as sent to Duck Down Press], June 20, 1984.
3. Biographical blurb, TS, n.d.
4. Proof with MS editing; and author photo with crop marks, n.d.
5. Promotional materials:
Flyer
Article, "Krapf's Eighth Book," TS; clipping, The Herald, December 2, 1986]; and PC of clipping.
6. Correspondence, Graham Everett, Street Press [did not publish book], 1983-1984 [9 letters].
7. Correspondence, Kirk Robertson, Duck Down Press, 1984 -1987 [27 letters].
8. Correspondence, illustration permissions, John Collins; sample illustrations by John Digby and MS notes [7 items].
9. Correspondence, personal responses, MS and TS, October 1986- January 1987; [10 items, including letters from Vince Clemente; William Stafford; Lucien Stryk; May Swenson. Arranged alphabetically by the last name of NK's correspondent, with unidentified individuals last].
10. Miscellaneous:
Catalog, Duck Down/WCPR/
Flyer, William L. Fox's Time By Distance, Duck Down Press.
Notes
Folder March Songs for an English Half-Moon (1988)
11. TS, with Graham Everett's MS editing, n.d. [NK note that this TS is "probably first typescript, written in Freiberg 1981, after the England visit from there in the spring of that year].
12. MS, April 17, 1985.
13. TS, with Graham Everett's MS editing, April 1985.
14. TS with MS editing, n.d.
15. Proof with MS editing [includes letter from NK to Graham Everett, May 10, 1986], PC; and related MS notes, June 11, 1986 [?]
16. Unbound booklet
17. Correspondence, Graham Everett, Street Press / Everett Press, January 1985 - February 1989, and n.d. [20 letters; 1/10/87 letter includes TS of Everett's "I Have Need of An Overcoat"].
18. Letter, personal response from "Edmund" to NK, MS, July 18, 1988.
19. Press:
Press release, Street Press and Magazine, n.d
"Krapf Poetry Book and Fulbright Grant To Germany," TS, n.d.
"Krapf Publishes Poetry Book," The Herald, June 21, 1988, clipping ad PC.
Box 6:
Folder Beneath the Cherry Sapling: Legends From Franconia (1988)
1.Legends, [Spessart Sagen (in FTG 1977) - NK's note], MS (September 1976); translations, TS; and related notes.
2. Legends, MS with revisions, March 1985; and letter from a German Professor who proofed the translations, August 5, 1985.
3. Legends, MS and TS, with revisions, June 1986.
4. Legends, PC of TS with MS editing by Eberhard Reichmann, July 1986.
5. Legends, PC of early TS, n.d.
6. Legends, TS, n.d.
7. Legends, sorted by type and motif, TS, n.d.
8. The Spook On the Church Path: Fifty-Two Franconian Legends, "original" TS, n.d.
9. Revisions, TS, June [19]86.
10. Revisions to several individual poems, MS, December 16, 1987.
Box 7:
Folder Beneath the Cherry Sapling: Legends From Franconia (1988)
1. "Introduction," first typed draft, TS, July 1986.
2. "Introduction," second typed draft, TS; with MS notes, February 1987.
3. Notes for "Introduction," MS, n.d.
4. Notes for "Introduction":
"Folktale" and "Germanic Folklore," Funk Wagnalls Standard Dictionary of Folklore Mythology and Legend, Vol 1: A-I, Ed. Maria Leach, 1949, PC.
"Local Legend," Funk Wagnalls Standard Dictionary of Folklore Mythology and Legend, Vol 2: J-Z, Ed. Maria Leach, 1950, PC.
"Index to Tale Types," The Folktale, Stith Thompson, 1946, PC
"Preface To The Second Revision," The Types of The Folktale: A Classification and Bibliography, 1981, PC.
5. Table of Contents [multiple versions], MS and TS, February - March 1987.
6. Proof with editing, [initialed by NK May 23, 1988], PC.
7. Proof with editing, July 11, 1988, PC.
8. Illustrations:
Letter, NK to George Fletcher [Fordham Press], TS, April 13, 1988.
List of suggested illustrations, compiled by NK, TS, May 19, 1988
Proof, illustration layout, June 1988.
9. Illustrations, suggested images, PC and attached MS notes.
10. Illustration notes:
"Reading Privileges and Rules," AND "General Conditions of Service," The Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University Libraries
500 Years of Artists' Impressions: An Introduction to the Techniques and History of Printmaking, exhibition of prints by Elizabeth Harvey Lee, Chris Beetles Ltd., catalogue, November1987 [unidentified pgs. from], PC.
A History of Engraving Etching: From the 15th Century to The Year 1914, Arthur M. Hind, pg 345 - 351, PC.
MS notes, 1987 - 1988
11. Reader's Report and letter of acceptance from Fordham University Press, December 10, 1987.
12. Correspondence, Mary Jo Meuser [translator/transcriptionist NK hired to assist him with the early stages of the project], MS and TS, October 1978 - May 1979, [7 letters].
13. Letter, Bob Steffe to NK, TS, January 1979 [with Steffe's own translations attached]; and list of tales recorded at Steffe's cabin on August 20, 1978, TS [by NK; 2 copies].
14. Correspondence, German scholars, 1978 - 1987 [12 items]
15. Correspondence, queries and replies from various presses, 1987 - 1990 [34 letters; arranged alphabetically by press].
16. Correspondence, miscellaneous notes, samples, and promotional enclosures sent out by NK to various presses with his queries.
17. Correspondence, Fordham Press, TS, 1987 - 1994 [29 items].
18. Correspondence, reprint funding [Fordham University Press; C.W.P. Research Committee] February - June 1988, [3 items].
19. Correspondence, permissions, 1987-1988 [6 items]
20. Acknowledgement notes, MS and TS, June 1986, July 1986, March 1987.
21. Letters, personal responses, MS and TS, 1989 - 1991 [18 items; including letters from: Martin Greenberg, Eberhard Reichmann, Hans Sebald, Lucien Stryk]
22. Reviews and Articles:
"Krapf Translates German Book," [source unidentified]. November 28, 1988.
"German Legends Translated To English By C.W. Post Professor," Pioneer, November 30, 1988.
"Belles Lettres 1988," Ed. Jerry Glenn, Yearbook of German-American Studies, Vol 24, 1989, 157-158, PC, [3 copies]
[Description], Society For German-American Studies Newsletter, Vol 10, No 2, June 1989.
[German article] Main Post, August 12/13, 1989, clipping and 2 PCs.
Order form, The Herald, December 16, 1989, clipping and PC.
[Review], German Studies Review, Vol XIII, May 1990, pg. 312-313, PC, [3 copies].
[Description], Society For German Studies Newsletter, June 1989, [see pg. 15-16].
Announcement, TS with MS editing, n.d.
23. Sales:
Sales record, MS, November 1990 [record kept by NK]
Mailing list, MS
Mailing receipts
Completed order forms and order request letters
Blank order forms
24. Invoices and receipts, publishing related; with some MS notes
25. Assion, Peter. "Weisee, Schwarze, Feutige: Neugesammelte Sagen aus dem Frankenladn, pgs. 9 - 15, 20 - 27, 34 - 39, 292 - 301, PC; and MS notes, May 1987.
26. Miscellaneous notes: including, notes related to early transcription/translation of the folktales [?], New York Public Library reading requests, and other.
27. Letter, "L" [Indiana German Heritage Society?] to NK [regarding publication of NK's German tales [possibly Beneath the Cherry Sapling: Legends From Franconia?], TS with MS additions, June 22 [no year].
Box 8:
Folder Under Open Sky (1986)
1. Eisenhower Park, 3/18/1978
2. Roslyn Harbor Exhibit, "Bryant and His Houses," 9/28/78
3. Bryant Room, Bryant Library Notes, 10/30/78
4. James T. Callow's "Kindred Spirits"
5. George B. Cline, 3/17/79
6. New York Public Library, 3/20/79
7. Typed index cards
8. Nassau County Correspondence, 1977 - 79
9. Hofstra Conference Materials, October 1978
10. Cedarmere Bibliography
11. Photocopied articles on Cedarmere
12. Cedarmere Slides, Prints, Negatives
13. "Bryant in Roslyn" for Ventures in Research, Spring 1979; notes, correspondence, advertisement
14. "Bryant in Roslyn" for Ventures in Research, Spring 1979; manuscript
15. "Bryant in Roslyn" for Ventures in Research, Spring 1979; typescripts
16. "William Cullen Bryant" for Focus on Long Island: Local History for Educators, 5/13/82
17. Essay: "William Cullen Bryant's Roslyn Poems," for Paumanok Rising, includes correspondence from Vince Clemente, 1982
18. Reviews, Invitations, Announcements, and Lecture
Box 9: Under Open Sky (1986)
Folder Under Open Sky (1986)
1. NEH Application, 1977 (not awarded)
2. Book Proposal, Bryant Library
3. Fordham University Press/George Fletcher Correspondence
4. Morris Gelfand/Stone House Press Correspondence
5. William Cullen Bryant II Correspondence
6. Invitations Correspondence
7. Invitations Declined: Replies
8. Submissions
9. Accepted Poems/Withdrawn Poems: Revisions
10. Poetry Section Correspondence
11. Prose Section Correspondence
12. Reviews and Publisher's Foul Matter
Box 10:
Folder Emily Dickinson and Modern American Poets, 1990 (abandoned project)
1. Rejection Letters and other correspondence
2. Projected Tables of Contents and Index
3. Photocopies of prose about Emily Dickinson
4. Photocopies of poems about Emily Dickinson
Box 11:
Folder Shadows on the Sundial: Selected Early Poems of Rainer Maria Rilke (1990)
1. Early draft, including vocabulary sheets, MS and 2 TS pgs. with MS editing, 1978-1979.
2. Richard Auletta's critiques of early drafts, MS on PC of TS; with letter, TS, December 9, 1978.
3. Norbert Furst's critiques, MS on PC of TS, with letters, March 1986 - May 1986 [11 letters].
4. Revisions after Furst critiques, MA, May 1986.
5. TS, May 1986.
6. TS with MS revisions, and 2 MS pgs., May 1986.
7. Proof pages, with MS editing by NK, Cross-Cultural Communications, PC, n.d.
8. Mock-ups, Cross-Cultural Communications, with related notes, illustration; and with correspondence, MS and TS, September 1986.
9. TS, May 1986, with MS editing, July 1990.
10. Revisions. MS, June 30, 1990.
11. Rilke, Von Hutten, and Schnack translations, TS with MS editing, and note from "Rich," TS, May 2, 1978; TS, n.d.
12. Published Rilke translations by NK.
13. Epigraph and dedication, TS; with materials about Rilke used for research by NK:
from Briefe An Einen Jungen Dichter, pg 2, PC.
from Stephen Mitchell's Letters To A Young Poet, pg. 8, PC.
Donoghue, Denis. "Transforming the World Into Feeling," The New York Times Book Review, January 30, 1983.
Hofman, Michael. "Achievements of a Lifelong Guest," [source unidentified], September 21, 1986.
14. Introduction: MS, June 2, 1990; TS with MS editing, June 28, 1990; and TS, n.d.
15. "Fall Day," transparencies; MS; TS with MS noted from Norbert Furst, Spring 1986; TS with MS editing and PC.
16. TS with MS notations, sent to George Wallace, Birnham Woods Graphics, June 16, 1990.
17. Photograph and negative of Rilke portrait, with correspondence German Information Center, TS, October 1985 - January 1986 [4 letters]; and with MS notes.
18. Correspondence, publication queries and responses, MS and TS, January 1983 - December 1989 [7 letters].
19. Correspondence, Stanley Barkan, Cross/Cultural Communications, MS and TS, 1985 - 1990; also with miscellaneous materials sent by Barkan [28 items].
20. Correspondence: George Wallace, Edward Snow, Eberhard Reichmann, Insel Verlag
21. Letters, from NK to Al Poulin, Alfred Van Loen, and Robert [?], TS, July 1985 [3 letters].
22. Letters, personal responses MS, and TS, December 1990 - August 1991. [7 items, including letters from Donald Everett Axinn; William Heyen; Dan Levin; Ingeborg Muller [NK's German tutor]; John Nims; Lucien Stryk; and John Weil (?)].
23. Sales:
Account notes, MS
List of persons copies of book were given to, MS
List of persons copies of book were given to, TS
Order records. December 15 -Mar 23, computer print out.
Invoice, July 1990
MS notes
Promotional materials:
Sebald, Hans. [Review], German Studies Review, [no date], pg. 312-313, PC [2 copies].
"Krapf Translations of German Poetry," TS [for The Herald], December 30, 1990.
"Krapf Translates Rilke Poems," The Herald, December 26, 1990.
"Shadows On The Sundial ... Local Professor Pens Rilke Translations," Anton Community Newspapers, January 28, 1991, clipping and PC.
"Shadows On The Sundial ... Rilke Translations By Local Poet, Professor," Roslyn News, February 14, 1991, clipping and PC.
Press Release, Long Island University, April 24, 1991.
Description and order form, TS with MS editing.
order forms
Box 12:
Folder Somewhere in Southern Indiana: Poems of Midwestern Origins (1993)
1. Notes on The Mockingbird in the Holly Tree [early title], MS.
2. Lists of poetry manuscripts purchased by L.D. Brodsky for Time being Books, December 1991, and June 1993.
3. Cover proof, n.d.
4. MS notes on publication, 1991 -1993.
5. Epigrams, NK biographical statement, and NK bibliography, TS, n.d.
6. "Questions for LDB or Norbert," PC of MS, with MS answers in pencil, n.d.
7. Responses to The Mockingbird in the Holly Tree from various presses, MS and TS, December 1986 - May 1990 [15 letters].
8. Blurbs: Phil Appleman, David Ignatow, Robert Morgan, William Jay Smith, and Felix Stefanile, Lucien Stryk, TS, March 1992- February 1993.
9. Lists of blurb contributors compiled by NK, and letter from NK to L.D. Brodsky about blurbs, MS and TS, March 1992 - March 1993 [5 items].
10. Correspondence, L.D. Brodsky, Time Being Books, July 1990 - July 1995 and n.d.
11. "Crazy Man," The Lunatics, The Lovers, And The Poets, pg 186 -187, PC.
12. Tape recordings sessions, St. Louis: announcement, correspondence, order form, travel itinerary, and miscellaneous materials, 1993.
13. Correspondence, personal responses, A - L, MS and TS, January 1993 - January 1995, [40 items, including letters from: Evan Bayh (Governor of Indiana), Joseph Bruchac; Dan Carpenter; Bill Clinton (white house acknowledgements); Rita Dove; Martin Greenberg; Helmut Haberkamm; Theodore Hesburgh; William Heyen; Colette Inez; Garrison Keillor; Ted Kooser; Li-Young Lee; Dan Levin' arranged alphabetically by last name of NK's correspondent].
14. Correspondence, personal responses; M- Z and unidentified; MS and TS, February 1993 - March 1988[ 31 items, including letters from: Michael Martone; Robert Morgan; Bill Moyers; Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan; John F. Nims; Linda Pastan; Edmund Pennant; Al Poulin; David Reynolds (2 letters); Lucien Stryk; Stephen Stepanchev; Patti Tana; Michael Waters].
15. Correspondence, about reviews, MS and TS, April 1993 - December 1995; [24 items, arranged alphabetically by last name of the correspondent of the institution they represent].
16. Review lists, TS and PC of MS; and MS notes.
17. Advertisement, Articles, and Reviews:
[advertisement] American Bookseller, May 1993.
Huddleston, Bill. "Jasper Native's Poetry Draws from His Early Life Here," The Herald, May 5, 1993, clippings and PC.
"Poet Recaptures His Indiana Roots," The Courier-Journal, May 16, 1993, PC.
"Jasper Native Explores His Heritage, Life in Indiana Through His Poetry," Herald Times, May 16, 1993, clipping.
"Heights Resident Authors Family History Poems," Roslyn News, June 17, 1993, clippings and PC.
"Jasper Native Authors Book of Poems," The Monthly Message - for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana, July 2, 1993, clipping and PC.
"On LI, But Family Tree Grows In Indiana," Northport Journal, July 9, 1993, PC.
"Poetry," Vidette Messenger, July 16, 1993, PC.
Phillips, Robert. Small Press, Fall 1993, uncorrected review copy [with letter from NK to the publisher, August 6, 1993], PC [4 copies].
New York Review of Books, August 12, 1993, clipping and PCs. [advertisement]
Small Press, Fall 1993, PC. [review]
Society For German-American Studies Newsletter, September 1993, see pg. 24 and PC.
Listing in Poetry, October 1993.
American Bookseller, December 1993, pg. 68, PC. [review]
"Cassette of Krapf Poems Available," The Herald, December 7, 1993, clipping.
"Releases Poems On Cassette Tape," Roslyn News, December 30, 1993, clipping and PC.
Speer, Laurel. "Dear Writer: You're Not Very Clever", 5 10 + 2, Spring 1994 [incomplete, only portion relevant to NK], PC [2 copies].
Holler, Michael A. "English Professor Goes Back To His Roots From Indiana to Long Island," Revue, September 21, 1994, clippings.
George Wallace. Academic Library Book Review, October 1994, PC [3 copies].
Dunn, William. "Poetry: From Classic to Contemporary and Points Between," AB Bookman's Weekly, November 28, 1994, [see pg. 2284], PC.
Ron Rash. Arts Indiana, December 1994, PC [3 copies].
Long Island University Magazine, May 1995, clipping. [advertisement]
Reichmann, Eberhard. TS with MS letter from Reichmann; German Life, December/January 1995, PC.
The New Yorker, January 23, 1995, PC. [advertisement]
Eclectic Literary Forum, 1995, PC. [advertisement]
Saraley, Herman. Confrontation, Spring/Summer 1996, PC.
Griffis, Joan. "Poet Bases His Work On Family's History," Commercial News, September 20, 1998, 5C, PC.
Reviews collected by NK, including reviews by George Wallace, Robert Phillips, Laurel Speer, Eberhard Reichmann, Ron Rash, William Dunn, Giles R. Hoyt (Yearbook of German-America Studies, Vol 28, 1993), John D. Groppe (Sycamore Review, Winter 1995), and Herman Saraley, PC.
Advertisement that was intended to appear in North Atlantic Review, n.d.
18. Sales: advertisements, bookstore inventory, bookstore lists, press release, appearance announcements, and MS notes, 1993-1994.
19. Sales correspondence, MS and TS, December 1992 -December 1995 [21 items].
Box 13:
Folder Somewhere in Southern Indiana: Poems of Midwestern Origins (1993)
1. Readings, "Krapf Itinerary: August 1993," TS, [2 copies].
2. Readings, announcements and articles, June 1993 - August 1995 and n.d. [55 items]
3. Readings, correspondence [includes attached articles and photographs], TS, March 1993 - June 1995 [47 items].
4. Readings, MS notes, 1993 -1996.
5. Lists of gifts made by NK, MS.
6. Book party at the Krapf family home, September 12, 1993:
Invitation [one with guest responses, MS].
Program for violin concert by Elizabeth and Daniel Krapf.
Sign made by Elizabeth Krapf.
7. "America's Heartland: Time, Space, And Culture In The Midwest," course syllabus listing Somewhere in Southern Indiana as required reading," Spring 1993-1994. [2 copies].
8. Letter, NK to Martin Seletsky, Ohio Department of Education [regarding a request for reprint "The Forefather Arrives" and "Learning About the World: Germany"], TS, March 8, 1994.
9. Letter, from William Heyen, to Morris Gelfand, [regarding the publication of Portfolio One, 1983, series of ten illustrated broadsides published by Morris Gelfand. The series included Heyen's "Ram Time" and NK's "Squirrel at the Birdfeeder," a poem which was later published in Somewhere in Southern Indiana], PC of TS, October 2, 1983
Box 14
Folder Blue-Eyed Grass (1997)
1. Cover art, photographs of Gunter Ullrich's "Main etching;" with German pamphlet on the artist.
2. Cover art, postcard of cover image by Gunter Ullrich ; and cover proofs, n.d.
3. Cover art and illustrations, photograph of flax woodcut, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas, photograph and duplication invoice, February 1990.
4. Cover art and illustrations, flax woodcuts, PC.
5. Cover art and illustrations, other images considered for use, PC.
6. cover art and illustrations, Miscellaneous MS notes, 1990 - 1996.
7. Request form and invoice for photo reproduction, Pierpont Morgan Library, February 1990.
8. Correspondence and forms [cover art and illustrations], Harry Ransom Human Research Center, January 1990 - February 1990.
9. Correspondence [cover art], Gunter Ullrich, MS and TS, October 1996 - November 1996, [5 items].
10. Blurb correspondence: Martin Greenburg, Theodore Hesburgh, and David Ignatow blurbs, TS, [12 items]
11. Correspondence, L.D. Brodsky, Time Being Books, TS and PC of MS, 1992 - October1996 [19 items; see also blurb correspondence].
12. Correspondence, Jerry [Call], Time Being Books, TS, March 1996 - March 1998 [20 items; see also blurb and promotional correspondence].
13. Correspondence, Darren and Sheri Vandermolen, Time Being Books, TS with MS amendments and PC of MS, December 1996 - April 1997 [46 items].
14. Emails to Jerry Call and Sheri Vandermolen, Time Being Books, from NK, January 1995 - March 1997 [2 items].
15. Copyrights/Permissions:
Ally Press, transfer of Lines Drawn from Durer copyright to NK, September 27, 1991
Poetry, transfer of Rural Lines After Brueghel copyright to NK, May 20, 1996
Box 15:
Folder Blue-Eyed Grass (1997)
1. Letter, to Academy of American Poets [James Laughlin Award], TS, December 11, 1995
2. Correspondence, personal responses, A - M, MS and TS, April 1997 - January 2002; [26 items, including letters from: Yehuda Amichai, Saul Bennett, Joseph Bruchac, Louis D. Brodsky, Jared Carter, Joseph Epstein, Dana Gioia, Martin Greenburg, William Heyen, Colette Inez, Dan Levin, William Matthews, Robert Morgan; arranged alphabetically by last name of NK's correspondent].
3. Correspondence, personal responses, N - Z, MS and TS, September 1996 - May 1999; [30 items, including letters from: John Frederick Nimms, Linda Pasta, Molly Peacock, Edmund Pennant, Robert Phillips, Robert Pinsky, Ron Rash, Helmut Schmidt, Grace Schulman, Gerald Stern, Lucien Stryk, Gunter Ullrich, Nancy Willard; arranged alphabetically by last name of NK's correspondence, with unidentified correspondents last].
4. Correspondence, personal responses to "Dream of the Cave," MS and TS, October 1990 - December 1991 [?] [13 items, including letters from: Philip Appleman, Martin Greenburg, Joy Harjo, David Ignatow, Renata Maimone, Robert Morgan, Raymond Smith, David Steinberg, Lucien Stryk. Arranged alphabetically by the last name of NK's correspondence, with unidentified individuals last].
5. Correspondence, personal responses to individually published poems, MS and TS, February 1994 - January 1996, [3 items].
6. Promotional correspondence, Jerry Call, TS, October 1996 - October 1997, and n.d.[15 items].
7. Promotional correspondence [alphabetical by last name of NK's correspondent, or the institution they represent], TS, October 1996 - October 1997, [28 items].
8. Distribution, correspondence and MS notes [correspondence is alphabetical]
9. Avital Hahn articles:
"A Poet Discovers a World of Complexities in His Background, New York Times September 7, 1997, PC, [2 copies]
"A Face For Grief: Holocaust Victim With His Surname Draws Out Feelings of a Roslyn Poet With German Ancestry," The Jewish Week, October 10, 1997.
10. Avital Hahn, correspondence, TS, July 1997 - September 15, 1997 [29 items].
11. Avital Hahn, personal responses to the articles:
List of individual responses received by NK, phone, written, and in person
Correspondence, MS and TS [14 items; including letters from" Phil Appleman, Susan Astor, and Colette Inez]
12. Articles about "Klara Krapf" poems, [in German] July and August 1992, clipping and PC.
13. Correspondence with Helmbrecht Breinig, personal response to Klara Krapf poems, TS, August 1995 - September 1995 [2 items]
14. Reviews:
Krapf, Norbert. "The Complications in Making a Book of Poems About Germany," [for Dan Carpenter], MS notes, January 17, 1997.
15. Reviews:
Krapf, Norbert. "The Complications in Making a Book of Poems About Germany," [for Dan Carpenter], TS, June 4, 1997.
16. Reviews/articles:
"Local Poet Publishes 10th Book," Herald, May 1, 1997, clipping [9 copies].
"New Poetry Volume From Norbert Krapf," Roslyn News, vol 120:51, June 19, 1997.
Groppe, John. [review], TS, May 29, 1997.
Carpenter, Dan. "A Literary Pilgrimage To Ancestral Germany," Indianapolis Star, June 14, 1997, clipping and PC [4 copies].
"Krapf Poetry Collection About Germany," Indiana German Heritage Society Newsletter, Vol 14:3, Summer 1997, [see pg.5].
Krapf, Norbert. "He Portrays Himself In Wood," Dragonsmoke, Vol 7:2, August 1997, [See back cover. Also see pg. 5].
German article, August 13, 1997.
"Long Island University Poet-Professor Finds His German-Catholic Roots in Southern Indiana," Steuben News, September 1997, PC.
"Krapf Poetry Reading," Roslyn News, September 4, 1997, PC.
"C.W. Post Professor Publishes Book of Poems About His German Roots," Pioneer, September 10, 1997, clipping.
"Gender Wars In The Military," East Hampton Star, September 11, 1997, PC.
"Two Read," Sag Harbor Express, September 11, 1997, PC.
German article, September 11, 1997, original and photocopy [4 copies]
German article, September 12, 1997, clipping.
German Article, October 1997, PC.
Hedinger, Jerry. "Krapf's New Book Examines Heritage," Herald, October 9, 1997, clipping and PC, [3 copies].
"Bryant Library Activities," Roslyn News, October 16, 1997.
"Krapf Publishes New Poetry Volume," Roslyn News, vol 121:17, October 23, 1997.
Griffis, Joan. "German Journals Translated," News-Gazette, August 22, 1998, PC.
"A Sort of Homecoming," [source and date unidentified], PC [2 copies]
17. Reviews, correspondence, MS and TS, March 1997 - January 1999; [72 items, arranged alphabetically by last name of correspondent or the name of the institution the individual represents, with unidentified correspondences last. Correspondents include: John Groppe, Joan Griffis, Heiko Muehr, Gert Niers, and Robert Phillips].
18. Reviews, review list, TS with MS notes, April 1997; and MS notes.
19. Readings, February 1997 - April 1998, n.d.
20. Readings, correspondence, TS, December 1996 - April 1998; [20 items, arranged alphabetically by the last name of NK's correspondent or the institution that they represent, with unidentified individuals last].
21. Readings, miscellaneous notes, MS, April 1996 - January 1998; and NK biography statement, n.d.
22. Faux book cover advertisement
23. Time Being Books advertisements and promotions for the book.
24. Advertisements, July 1997 - January 1998, and n.d.
25. Press releases, April 26, 1997, June 5, 1997, and n.d.
26. Event:
Entry form, James Laughlin Award, The Academy of American Poets, 1996.
Writers' Reception, Manhasset Secondary School, June 3, 1997.
Strassenfest, July 31, August 1, 2, and 3, 1997
27. Miscellaneous notes, publishers foul matter, invoice and addresses
Box 16:
Folder The Sunday Before Thanksgiving: Two Prose Memoirs (1998)
1. Reviews
2. Readings Signings
3. Fliers Promotional Materials
4. Manuscript and Proof
5. Other related correspondence
Box 17:
Folder Bittersweet along the Expressway: Poems of Long Island (2000)
1. "An Absence in the Room," MS and TS, June 1984 - August 1984.
2. "After Dark," MS, August 13, 1984; and TS with MS revisions, n.d.
3. "After Love," MS and TS, December 1, 1984.
4. "The Apparition Along Cobble Creek Road," ["The Crane Along Cobble Creek Road"], MS and TS with MS revisions, August 13, 1984 and n.d.
5. "Bach In The Morning," MS and TS, January 16, 1992 [?].
6. "Bittersweet Along the Expressway," MS, TS with MS revisions, and TS, November 1975 - February 1976, and n.d.
7. "Bookends," MS, January 3, 1982 and n.d.
8. "Breathing in Bogota," MS and TS, January 1984.
9. "Bringing the Bread, MS and TS, January 2, 1982
10. "Cardinal," MS and TS with MS revisions, January 1983 - June 1983.
11. "Catalpa in the Parking Lot," TS with MS revisions, November 1975.
12. "A Cheyenne Gift," MS, TS with MS revisions, and TS, September 1993.
13. "Closest to Home," [early title variations on "Shy of Fifty"]: MS and TS, June 1993.
14. "Closest to Home," Season's Greetings card, 1993.
15. "Coming to Terms with April Snow," MS, TS with MS revisions, and TS, April 1983.
16. "Currents," MS, January 9, 1982.
17. "Dandelion," MS and TS with MS revisions, January 3, 1983.
18. "Daniel and The Dust," MS and TS, April 21, 1986.
19. "The Debris," MS and TS with MS revisions, January 1982.
20. "Dogwood," MS and TS, February 1979 - April 1980.
21. "The Dogwood and the Lily of the Valley," TS with MS editing, TS, August 1994 - December 1995
22. "A Dream of Plum Blossoms," MS and TS with MS revisions, June 1983 - August 1983.
23. "Elizabeth Maria's Colombian Eyes," ["Dark Eyes," "Colombian Eyes," "Elizabeth's Colombian Eyes"], MS, TS, and PC, January 1981; set to music by Elizabeth Maria Krapf, MS, June 8, 1994.
24. "The Family Quilts" ["Caring For Quilts" / "Remembering Quilts"], MS and TS, January 1986 - July 1987, and n.d.
25. "For My Son Daniel, Ten Years Old," MS and TS, February 23, 1994.
26. "Gatsby Country," MS, December 5, 1987.
27. "The Greyhound at the Bryant Homestead," MS, TS with MS revisions, and TS, January 1987 - July 1987.
28. "The Guest," MS, January 1, 1982.
29. "Harbor Hill in Snowstorm," TS with MS revisions and TS, January 1976.
30. "The Hawk in the Driveway," MS and TS, January 1984 - May 1986.
31. "In a Time of Irises," MS, TS with MS revisions, and TS, June 5, 1990.
32. "Jennie's Crocuses," MS and TS, January 6, 1992.
33. "Little Bug Man," Ms and TS with MS revisions, September 1993.
34. "Long Island Crow," MS, TS with MS revisions, June 1975 - February 1976, and n.d.
35. "A Louisiana Scene," MS and TS, November 8, 1986 and TS [revised July 3, 1986].
36. "Meeting on Maine Street," MS and TS, January 2, 1982.
37. "A Midwestern Story," MS and TS with MS revisions, November 29, 1977 - April 1978.
38. "Moving: An American Story":
MS and TS with MS revisions, November 8, 1991.
Drafts and mock-ups for 1991 holiday card, including 2 sketches by the Krapf children.
39. "Moving: An American Story," Season's Greetings card, 1991.
40. "Narrative on a Four-Poster Bed," November 11, 1986.
41. "Nursery Song" [crib song], MS and TS with MS revisions, February 11, 1984.
42. "An Offering of Oak," MS and TS with MS revisions, January 12, 1978.
43. "Old House Near Orient Point," MS, TS with MS revisions, and TS, November 1975 - January 1976.
44. "Periwinkle Blue," MS, TS, and TS with MS revisions, April 20, 1985.
45. "Pheasant in the Suburbs," MS and TS with MS revisions, September 30, 1976 and n.d.
46. "Poem of a Crazy Man," MS, TS with MS revisions, and PC, September 1983 - December 1983.
47. "The Politics of Weeds," MS and TS with MS revisions, August 1984.
48. "The Pond in Summer," MS and TS with MS revisions, August 14,1984 and n.d.
49. "Preservation," MS and TS, February 23, 1980 and n.d.
50. "Pressed Flower for a Poet," ["No Flower For David;" for David Ignatow]
51. "Quietly Going Nowhere," ["Spots and Shadows"], MS and TS, November 20, 1984.
52. "The Roslyn Forge,"["Firing the Muse," and "The Muse's Fire"], MS, TS with MS revisions, and TS, September - November 1977.
Box 18:
Folder Bittersweet along the Expressway: Poems of Long Island (2000)
1. "Settling In," TS with MS revisions, November 25, 1977.
2. "The Shady Corner," MS, TS with MS revisions, TS, May 1994.
3. "Signals," MS and TS with MS revisions, January 3, 1982.
4. "Smoke," MS, TS with MS revisions, TS, and PC of TS, January 1982.
5. "Snow Breakfast," MS and TS with MS revisions, December 1993 - November 1994
6. "Song of the Music Stand," MS and TS with MS revisions, April 1976 - October 1991.
7. "Songs of Cedarmere," MS and TS with MS revisions, April 1984 and n.d.
8. "Stars":
"Elizabeth's Vision" MS, January 1, 1983.
"Stars," MS and TS, January 2, 1983.
9. "Sycamore on Main Street," TS with MS revision, November 1975 - February 1976, and n.d.
10. "Three Dark Eyes":
MS, TS, July 1, 1999.
email, correspondence, June 29-30, 1999 between NK and Red Owl [whom the poem "Three Dark Eyes" is dedicated to].
11. "Tides," MS and TS, June 12, 1983 and n.d.; [NK note: "Had this poem composed in my mind by the time we returned from the beach 6/12/1983"].
12. "Vibrations," MS and TS, January 2, 1982
13. "The Visitor," MS and TS with MS revisions, January 1982.
14. "Walking with Walt Whitman and William Cullen Bryant in Roslyn," MS and TS with MS revisions, September 1978; and TS [submitted to White Hills Review, which published the prose poem, without introduction], n.d.
15. "Weeping Willow," MS and TS with MS revisions, February 1979 - 1981.
16. "When the Call Came," [about the arrival of NK's daughter Elizabeth], PC of MS and PC of TS with MS revisions, April 26, 1980, May 10, 1980, and n.d
17. "Whose Father?" ["Durer's Old Man"], MS and TS, March - April 1985.
18. East of Manhattan [early title], table of contents and acknowledgements, various versions, MS and TS with MS revisions, January 1992.
19. East of Manhattan [early title], poems removed from book contents [?], January 1992.
20. Images for cover art
21. Waterline Books materials
22. TS [NK note: "before it was 'regularized' turned into fair copy sent to Kyrill Schabert, Waterline Books" January 15, 2001], n.d.
23. TS [NK note: sent to Kyrill Schabert and "returned after production was finished," January 15, 2001], with possible cover photo and images, n.d.
24. Copy-edited TS, [sent to Kyrill Schabert on April 24, 2000].
Box 19:
Folder Bittersweet along the Expressway: Poems of Long Island (2000)
1. Diamond Woodcut engraving reproduction
2. Catherine Munch correspondence
3. Copyediting notes
4. Cover proofs
5. Title page illustrations
6. Corrected front matter proofs
7. Corrected proof pages
8. Cover proofs (see also Oversize Pamphlet 1)
9. Cover stock and paper samples
10. Partial Galley proof
11. Final proof blue pgs., [signed by NK on January 15, 2001]
12. "Poetry Broadsides From The Stone House Press" description and order form [NK's "The Roslyn Forge," which was later included in Bittersweet Along The Expressway], available December 1, 1982.
13. Elizabeth Platzman [community grief over her death was the inspiration for NK's poem "Bringing Bread"]:
photograph of Elizabeth Platzman
letter to NK from Edward Glannon [Platzman's high school art teacher], MS, June 1984; with PC of MS letter from Platzman to Blannon, n.d.
letter to NK from Platzman family, MS, July 1984.
articles on the death of Elizabeth Platzman, New York Times, database printouts, November 1, 1981 and November 3, 1981.
14. Readings, Fall 2000
15. Readings, Fall 2000, correspondence
Box 20:
Folder Bittersweet along the Expressway: Poems of Long Island (2000)
1. Queries
2. Promotional Material/Public Relations
3. CW Post Press Release related correspondence
4. Reviews
5. Correspondence regarding reviews
6. 2001 Readings
7. Responses and miscellaneous correspondence
Box 21:
Folder The Country I Come From (2002)
1. "Adam Schmitt's Plums" [Adam Schmitt's Forbidden Fruit"], MS and TS with MS revisions, May 1993.
2. "At Least Now," MS, February 12, 1998.
3. "Because I Could Not Stop," MS, TS with revisions, and TS, February 1994 - December 1995.
4. "Blackberry Bramble," MS and TS with MS revisions, June 1993 - September 1993.
5. "Blood Root," MS, February 1995 - May 1995.
6. "The Buffalo Trace," TS with MS revisions and TS, [December 30, 1997 revisions to 1978-1979 (?) draft]; Ms, TS with MS revisions, and TS, January 25, 2002.
7. "The Corn Cave," MS and TS with MS revisions, December 17, 1994.
8. "Dorothy and the Jewish Coat," MS and TS with MS revisions, November 1994 - September 1995.
9. "Dream of a Hanging Curve," MS and TS with MS revisions, December 5, 1994.
10. "Farewell Lullaby," MSTS with MS revisions, and TS, December 1999.
11. "Feeding the Cattle," MS and TS with MS revisions, November 1995.
12. "Fire and Ice," ["Hoosier Hysteria"] MS and TS with MS revisions, February 1994 - October 1994.
13. "Full Circle," MS and TS with revisions, April 13, 1994.
14. "Gathering Hickory Nuts," MS and TS, January 14, 1995.
15. "Hauling Hay" ["Return to a Hay Field"], MS and TS with MS revisions, October 1995 - November 1995.
16. "Hay Loft," MS and TS with revisions, November 13, 1995.
17. "His Only Hickory Sapling," MS, November 3, 1995.
18. "The Horseradish Man," MS and TS with MS revisions, January 21, 1995.
19. "Hugging the Spirit," MS and TS with MS revisions,
20. "The Labor Day Boxes" MS, TS with MS revisions, and TS, January 1995 - January 2000.
21. "The Language of Place," MS, November 5, 1994.
22. "Language of the Species," ["The Forest and the Trees"], MS, TS with MS revisions, and TS, June 1994 - September 1994.
23. "Let Light Come," MS and TS with MS revisions, January 31, 1997
24. "Letter from Mattingly Country" ["Return to Mattingly Country"], MS and TS with MS revisions, October 1995; and letter to Mike Lupica from NK [about Don Mattingly], TS, October 4, 1995.
25. "Lines Heard in Northern Indiana Cornfields," MS and TS with MS revisions, October 1, 1993.
26. "Mandolin and the Tenor" [Song of Frank Schmitt], MS, TS with MS revisions, and TS, December 21, 1996.
27. "The Martin Box," ["The Purple Martins"], MS and TS, April 1995 - December 1995, and n.d.
28. "May Apple," MS and TS with MS revisions, May 10, 1995.
29. "Miami Words into English," MS, June 8, 1999.
30. "Milk Music," MS and TS with MS revisions, January 1995 - November 1995
31. "The Mississenewa at Night," MS and TS, May 26, 1999.
32. "The Mississenewa Cottonwood Leaf," MS and TS with MS revisions, May 25, 1999.
33. "Mississenewa Field Shrine," MS and TS, May 27, 1999.
34. "Mississenewa River Lament," MS and TS with MS revisions, May 24, 1999.
35. "Morning Glories" MS, TS with MS revisions, and TS, January 1995 - December 1995.
36. "Odysseus in Indiana," MS, TS with MS revisions, and TS, September 1995 - December 1995.
37. "Odysseus in the Rain" ["Odysseus II: Storm Watch, Flash Floods], MS and TS, May 1998.
38. "Old Man in a Small-Town Tavern," MS, TS with MS revisions, TS, September 29, 1995.
39. "One Voice From Many," ["One From Many;" written for the 100th Commencement of St. Joseph College, Rensselaer, Indiana], written MS, TS with revisions, and TS, March 1995 - April 1995.
40. "Parish Picnic," MS, November 4, 1995.
41. "Pastoral Poetics," MS, November 10, 1995.
42. "Places," MS, TS with MS revisions, and TS, March 1999.
43. "The Potato Barrows," MS and TS, October 1996.
44. "Queen Anne's Lace," MS and TS with MS revisions, May 1995 - September 1995.
45. "The Quilters," MS notes, MS, and TS December 1995.
46. "Return to a Dropped Pigskin," MS, TS with MS revisions, and TS, October 1995.
47. "Return to a Grape Arbor," MS and TS with MS revisions, October 10, 1995.
48. "Return to a Mighty Fortress," MS and TS, September 30, 1995
49. "The Reunion" ["They Meet Again"], MS and TS, January 24, 1998.
50. "The Rock-Hitter," MS, TS with MS revisions, and TS, December 3, 1994.
51. "Saturday Night at the Calumet," MS and TS with MS revisions, February 3, 1995.
52. "Song for a Sister" ["Return to the Grave of an Angel"], TS with MS revisions, September 29, 1995.
53. "The Song of the River" [early title "The Name of the River"], MS and TS, June 9, 1999.
54. "Turtle Soup" [early title: "Snapping Turtle"], MS, May 20 1999.
55. "What the Miami Call Themselves," MS and TS, June 10, 1999.
56. "What We Lost In Southern Indiana," [early title: Pioneer Days In Southern Indiana], MS and TS, 1970s [?] and September 1996.
57. "When the House Was New," MS and TS with MS revisions,
58. "A Whiff of Fresh Sheets," [early title: "June Breeze"], MS and TS, June 4, 1999.
59. "Woods Hymn," MS and TS, June 1995.
Box 22:
Folder The Country I Come From (2002)
1. The Language of Place [The Country I Come From], various versions of TS with MS revisions for Rain Crow Press, December 1996.
2. The Language of Place [The Country I Come From], table of contents, MS, December 27, 1999; The Country I Come From, TS with MS revisions, n.d.
3. Horseradish Man Other Poems [The Country I Come From] revisions, table of contents and individual poems, MS and TS with MS revisions, December 1997.
4. Horseradish Man Other Poems [The Country I Come From] revisions, TS with MS revisions and one MS pg., July 1998.
5. First correct proof, with email from NK to Archer Books, April 14, 2002.
6. "Final" proof with MS revisions, April 2002.
7. Uncorrected proof pgs. and letter from NK [?] to John Taylor-Convery, April 21, 2002.
8. Cover proofs, n.d.
9. Publishing Agreement, March 8, 2001; and record of "Transfer of Exclusive Rights Under Copyright," March 9, 2001.
10. Correspondence, Archer Books, TS, January 2000 [5 items].
11. Correspondence, Archer Books, MS and TS, January 2001 - December 2001 [81 items].
12. Correspondence, Archer Books, MS and TS, January 2002 - March 2002 [59 items].
13. Correspondence, Archer Books, TS, April 2002 - May 2002 [54 items].
14. Correspondence, Jeanetta Calhoun, TS, January 2000 - February 2002 [17 items].
15. Correspondence, Darryl Jones, MS and TS, January 2000 - February 2002 [10 items].
Box 23:
Folder Where It All Began (unpublished as a collection)
1. "Discovering Lucien Stryk's Heartland" (Porterfield, Susan, ed. Zen, Poetry, The Art of Lucien Stryk. Swallow Press, 1993).
2. "John Ciardi and 'Jabberwocky' in the Indiana Cornfields" (Vince Clemente, ed. John Ciardi: Measure of the Man. U of Arkansas Press, 1987).
3. "Ernest Sandler and Poetry at Notre Dame" (Notre Dame Anthology).
4. "Dreaming of James Wright" (Smith, Larry, and Nancy Dunham, ed. The Heartlands Today.)
5. "William Stafford: 'What You and I Share'" (ELF, Winter 1995).
6. "David Ignatow's Sense of Community: A Tribute" (Walt Whitman Heritage Lecture Series: David Ignatow and Friends, November 13, 1994).
7. "Walt Whitman in the Black Forest" (The West Hills Review: A Walt Whitman Journal 3 (1981-81)
8. "William Heyen: Update" (Contemporary Poets).
9. "Robert Morgan's North Carolina Kinship" (St. James Press).
10. "Moving From Southern Indiana into the World of Late Medieval Art" (Manassas Review).
11. "William Heyen's Obsessive Ghosts: Erika and the Holocaust" (Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Vol. 2, No. 1 (1987):165-169.).
12. "What's the Problem with Filiopietism?: A Poet's Commentary" (Yearbook of German-American Studies, Max Kade Center for German-American Studies, 1996.
13. "The Complications of Making an American Book of Poems About Germany" (Sollors, Werner, and Winfried Fluck, ed. German? American? Literature? Peter Lang, 2001).
Box 24:
Folder Public Appearances
1. "History and Heritage of Jasper," Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana lecture, October 24, 1977.
2. "The American Literary Scene in 1817," for Cakes and Ale at CW Post, April 1977.
3. "Poetry of Everyday Life," reading at Long Island Jewish Hospital, 1977.
4. "The German Heritage of Dubois County, Indiana," Welcome World series, presentation notes and correspondence, 1978.
5. "The Poet and the Printer," notes, Long Island Antiquarian Bookdealers Association, 1984.
6. "Finding the Grain, Indiana German Authors," Keynote address, Indiana German Heritage Society annual meeting, 1986.
7. "Some American Writers of the 1980s," Ministry of Education, Baden, Germany, Heidelberg Lecture, April 1989.
8. Dual Language Slide Show / Reading of Poems and Legends About German Heritage, Cincinnati German – American Day, with Maggie Mills, October 1991.
9. "Tracing Family Roots," Cincinnati German – American Day, October 1991.
10. Poetry Writing Workshop, Norwood High School, October 1991.
11. Poetry Writing Workshop, Norwood Middle School, October 1991.
12. Notes, Transparencies, Letter Passages for Finding the Grain fund-raising Luncheon, Jasper, Indiana, April 1992.
13. Indiana Oral History Research Center: Norbert Krapf interviewed by Heiko Muehr, 8/5/1993. Full text of interview, Muehr's grant report, and edited version of the interview for website.
14. "What You and I Share," 4/27/1994.
15. "Finding the Grain: Letters of Missionary Joseph Kundek," Society for German-American Studies conference, Louisville, 1995.
16. "Here in America We Can Do Better: German Immigrants Tell Why They Came to the American Heartland," Fachhochschule Wurzberg, 7/2/1997.
17. Poetry Readings at CW Post, Introductions by NK, 1975 - 1999.
Box 25:
Folder Essays, Newspaper Articles, and Curriculum Vitae
1. "The Poetry of Nancy Willard," essay for Contemporary Poets.
2. "Whitman's Calamus: Adam from the Garden to the City," essay for Walt Whitman Review.
3. Contemporary Authors entry, 1985
4. Newspaper articles
"Krapf Receives Teaching Award," Roslyn News (4/19/2001).
"Positive Success Award," n.p., n.d.
"Krapf Receives Teaching Award," n.p, n.d.
5. Curriculum Vitae
Box 26: Correspondence, A
Folder 1. A, miscellaneous
Ackerman, Gary L. (Rep.), 1999,
Ackerman, Vivian, 2000,
Ackerson, Duane, 1974,
Adesso, Martha, 1983
Agelopoulou, Yiota, 2001
Ahrens, Donna, 1995 - 99,
Allan, Gail, 1982
Allison, Mary Ann and Eric, 1988
Alles, Jerome and Anna Mae (Annie), 1998
Alliance of New York Writers, Axelrod, David, 1983
NK to Amichai, Jehuda, 1998
Amicus Journal - Swann, Brian, 1999
Anvil Press Poetry Ltd. - Jay, Peter, 1984
Arete - Hamblin, Robert, 1987
Atlantic - Davison, Peter, 1987
Auletta, Richard P., 1978 - 81
Axelrod, Toby, 1997
Axinn, Donald, 1999
Folder 2. Alkalay-Gut, Karen, 1986 - 99
Folder 3. Antler, 1991
Folder 4. Appleman, Philip and Marjorie, 1983 -99
Folder 5. Astor, Susan, 1983 - 99
Folder 6. Austen, Zelda, 1981 - 2001
Box 27: Correspondence, B
Folder 1. Ba - Bl, miscellaneous
Bade, Klaus, 1981
Balakian, Peter, 1995 - 96
Baldock, Dennis Judith, 1978
Barkon, Stanley, 1995
Barlage, Rachel, 1995
Bartley, Emma, 1993 - 95
Beckman, Linda and Dick, 1993 - 94
Belguaden, Michael, n.d.
Bellem, Sonja, 1995 - 2000
Bernhardt, Jack, 1976
NK to Bizarro, Patrick, 1978
Blessinger, Timothy, 1983
Blue Fish - Parlatore, Anselm, 1984 - 85
Blueline - Gilborn, Alice, 1984
Folder 2. Bm - Bz, Miscellaneous
Bolte, Jason, 2001
Book / Mark - Kronenberg, Mindy, 2000 - 01
Book Review - Johnson, Bruce, 1994
NK to Bourque, Darrell, 1996
Boylan, Patrick, 1979
Brames, Arnold, 1987
Bronk, William, 1985
Bryant Library - Goldwyn, Judy, 1995
Burns, Richard, 1974
Burns, Verena, 1986
Bush, Barney, 1995
Byrnes, Fred, 2001
Folder 3. Bennett, Saul, 2000 - 01
Folder 4. Bier, Heinz and Elisabeth, 1974 - 2000
Folder 5. Binder, Wolfgang, 1988 - 2000
Folder 6. Bly, Robert, 1975 - 95
Folder 7. Breinig, Helmbrecht, 1991 - 2001
Folder 8. Bruchac, Joseph, III, 1979 - 99
Folder 9. Bryant, William Cullen, II, 1978 - 96
Folder 10. Buechlein, Daniel (Bishop), 1959 - 99
Box 28: Correspondence, Booth, Martin, 1973 - 2001
Folder 1. Booth, Martin, 1973 - 74
Folder 2. Booth, Martin, 1975 - 76
Folder 3. Booth, Martin, 1977 - 81
Folder 4. Booth, Martin, 1982 - 85
Folder 5. Booth, Martin, 1986
Folder 6. Booth, Martin, 1987 - 89
Folder 7. Booth, Martin, 1990 - 93
Folder 8. Booth, Martin, 1994 - 2001
Box 29: Correspondence, C
Folder 1. C, Miscellaneous
Calliope - Christina, Martha
Cannon, Arthur, 1980
Capurn, Michael, 1982
NK to Carter, Pamela (Indiana Attorney General), 1995
Catherman, Terrence, 1988
Cedarmere Review - Sharon, Reva
Chalmer, Judith, 1993
Cohen, Jonathan, 1978 - 87
Colker, Ed, 1998 - 2000
Collins, Billy, 1999
Collins, Martha, 1978
Cooper, Helen, 1985 - 86
Folder 2. Calhoun, Jeanetta, 1993 - 2001
Folder 3. Carpenter, Dan, 1994 - 2001
Folder 4. Carsten-Miller, Ingeborg, 1997 - 99
Folder 5. Carter, Jared (Jeb), 1982 - 2000
Folder 6. Casey, Clare, 1978 - 99
Folder 7. Castelli, Beverly (Weigel), 1999 - 2001
Folder 8. Cedering, Siv, 1984 - 2000
Folder 9. Chang, Diana, 1985 - 90
Folder 10. Christman, Sophie, 1993 - 2001
Folder 11. Cotner, June, 1998 - 99
Folder 12. Creeley, Robert, 1986
Folder 13. Crow, Mary, 1995 - 96
Box 30: Correspondence, Clemente, Vince, 1976 - 2001
Folder 1. Clemente, Vince, 1976 - 82
Folder 2. Clemente, Vince, 1983 - 86
Folder 3. Clemente, Vince, 1987 - 99
Folder 4. Clemente, Vince, 2000 - 01
Box 31: Correspondence, D
Folder 1. D, Miscellaneous
Dabe, Eleanor, 1983
Dabek, Theresa, 1983 - 84
Dacey, Phil, 1976
Davis, Simone Weil, 2000 - 01
Davy, Stephanie, 2000
Deming, Richard, 1995 - 98
NK to Derricotte, Toi, 1999
Deverman, Ron, 1978
DiCamillo, Kevin, 1998
Dickey, James, c.1980
Dillard, Gavin Geoffery, 1996
Divita, James, 1998
Doerries, Reinhard, 1992
Donat, Wolfram, 1995 - 97
Donohue, Kate, 1997 - 99
Dubois County Museum - Kluemper, Janet, 1999 - 2001
Folder 2. DePol, John, 1981 - 98
Folder 3. Digby, John, 1982- 2000
Folder 4. Dove, Rita and Fred Viebahn, 1989 - 2001
Box 32: Correspondence, E
Folder 1. E, miscellaneous
Egan, John, 1993 - 2000
Engel, John, 1984
Enslin, Theodore, 1980
Erdrich, Louise, 1990 - 94
Etter, Dave, 1978 - 79
Folder 2. Eberhart, Richard, 1985 - 86
Folder 3. Ecletic Literary Forum - Erbes, Cynthia, 1994 - 2001
Folder 4. Elman, Richard, 1982 - 87
Folder 5. Emmert, Rock, 1997 - 2000
Folder 6. Engler, Bernd, 1982 - 95
Folder 7. Erlich-Duncan, Cathryn, 1984 * 1989
Folder 8. Everett, Graham, 1978 - 99
Folder 9. Everson, Judy, 1985 - 2001
Folder 10. Ewert, Bill, 1978 - 99
Box 33: Correspondence, F
Folder 1. F, miscellaneous
Fackler, Herb, 1985 - 87
Faust, Naomi, 2000
Federman, Ray, 1989 - 94
Fenelm, Patty, n.d.
Ferdinand Historical Society - Johanneman, Phyllis, 1988
NK to Fierst, John, 1991 - 2000
Finke, Leonda, 1999
Fisher, Roy, 1979 - 80
Folsom, Ed, 1999
Fox, Paula, 1983 - 97
Friesen, Gerhard, 1981
Freyeisen, Astrid, 1997 - 2000
Fruchter, Barry, 1980
Fuchs, Helmut Karl, 1981
Fulbright-Kommission - Bland, Dana, 1995
Fuller, Jean Overton, 1983 - 88
Folder 2. Fachhochschule - Dahlman-Resing, Guenther, 1997
Folder 3. Fahey, Bill and Joan, 1988 - 199
Folder 4. Feroe, Paul, 1976 - 2000
Folder 5. Flade, Roland, 1989 - 2001
Folder 6. Floating Island Publications - Sykes, Michael, 1990 - 2000
7. Forch, Carolyn, 1976 - 78
Folder 8. Forkroads - Kherdian, David, 1994 - 98
Box 34: Correspondence, G
Folder 1. G, miscellaneous
Garcia, Elizabeth ( Domingo), 1977
NK to Giancola, Dan, 1998 - 2000
NK to German Life - Kuch, Michael, 1994
Gettysburg Review, n.d.
NK to Gilman, Sander, 1998
Gluck, Louise, 1976
Gnomon Press - Greene, Jonathan, 2000
Graham, Matthew, 1993 - 94
Granger, Debbie Goldberg, 1973
Gray, Linda, 1986
Graziano, Frank, 1980
Greene, Victor, 1980
Gregor, Arthur, 1982
Griffis, Joan, 1998 - 2001
Grossholz, Emily, 1995
Grossman, Claudia, 1998 - 2000
Guidry, Ron, from Katherine Trahan Krapf, 1983
Folder 2. Gelfand, Morris, 1979 - 98
Folder 3. Gernes, Sonia, 1997 - 99
Folder 4. Ginsberg, Elizabeth, 1991 - 2001
Folder 5. Gioia, Dana, 1994 - 99
Folder 6. Glenn, Jerry, 1990 - 2001
Folder 7. Greenberg, Martin, 1972 - 98
Folder 8. Groppe, John, 1988 - 2001
Box 35: Correspondence, H
Folder 1. H, miscellaneous
Haines, John, 1976
Hamady, Walter, 1983
Harjo, Joy, 1990 - 95
NK to Harper, Michael, 1986
NK to Harrison, Jim, 1976
NK to Harroff, Steve, 1978
Hoffman, Christina, 1989
Holian, Tim, 1998
Honig, Edwin, 1986
Hopf, Pat, 1986 - 90
Hulse, Michael, 1989
Hunt, Harrison (Terry), 1995
Folder 2. Haberkamm, Helmut, 1989 - 95
Folder 3. Haberkamm, Helmut, 1996 - 2001
Folder 4. Hahn, Avital, 1993 - 2001
Folder 5. Hall, Donald, 1979 - 2000
Folder 6. Hallissy, Marge, 1980 - 88
Folder 7. Hamburger, Michael, 1979 - 97
Folder 8. Hathaway, William (Kit), 1999 - 2001
Folder 9. Heaney, Seamus, 1974 - 86
Folder 10. Hemschemeyer, Judith, 1990 - 94
Folder 11. Howe, Irving, 1985
Folder 12. Hoyt, Giles, 1986 - 2001
Box 36: Correspondence, Heyen, William, 1975 - 2001
Folder 1. Heyen, William, 1975 - 79
Folder 2. Heyen, William, 1980 - 89
Folder 3. Heyen, William, 1990 - 98
Folder 4. Heyen, William, 1999
Folder 5. Heyen, William, 2000
Folder 6. Heyen, William, 2001
Box 37: Correspondence, I
Folder 1. Ignatow, David, 1978 - 96
Folder 2. Indiana Historical Society - Gibbs, Wilma, 1999 - 2001
Folder 3. Inez, Collette, 1993 - 2001
Folder 4. Iodice, Ruth, 1983 - 96
Box 38: Correspondence, J - K
Folder 1. J, miscellaneous
Jeffrey, Mildred, 1988
Jenkins, Stanley, 1997
Jewish Currents - Jochnowitz, Carol, 1994 -95
Judson, John / Juniper Press, 1975 - 82
Junkins, Donald, 1981 - 82
Folder 2. Jordan, Sabine, 1980 - 92
Folder 3. K, miscellaneous
Kamphoefner, Walter, 1999
Kanter, Jolie, 1982 - 83
Kaplan, Justin, 1982 - 83
Keefe, David, 1999
Kenyon Review - Hacker, Marilyn, 1993 - 94
Kitzler, Werner, 1995
Kleinfield, Jeanne, 1989
Knoepfle, John, 1986 - c.1999
NK to Koontz, Tom, 1984
Kooser, Ted, 1995
Kranidis, Rita, 1985
Krapf, Mildred, 2000
Kreilein, Doris, 1981
Kuzma, Greg, 1994 - 97
Folder 4. Kahn, Lisa, 1990 - 2000
Folder 5. Katz, Rita, 1993 - 2001
Folder 6. Kazin, Alfred, 1985
Folder 7. Kenny, Maurice, 1990 - 91
Folder 8. Kingman, Maia, 2000
Folder 9. Kramer, Aaron, 1978 - 97
Box 39: Correspondence, L
Folder 1. L, miscellaneous
Langland, Joseph, 1986
Lee, Li-Young, 1987 - 91
Lenkos, Frauke, 1998
LePlante, Richard, 1998
Levin, Dan, 1971 - 80
Levine, Phillip, 2001
Lewis, Debbie, 1999
Lewis, Ethan, 2001
Lifshim, Lyn, 1976
Lilly Library - Lang, Elfrieda, 1986 - 87
Lipman-Wulf, Peter, 1993 - 94
Little, Geraldine, 1986 - 91
Locust Valley Junior-Senior High School - Von Novak, Ellen, 1992 - 93
Logan, John, 1978
Long, Robert, 1993 - 94
Louviere, Peter - Lynne, 1979 - 80
NK to Lynch, Christopher (Consul General of the USA, Germany), 2000
Folder 2. Leipzig, Arthur, 1994 - 99
Folder 3. Link, Franz, 1981 - 92
Folder 4. Lipsey, Stephanie, 2001
Folder 5. Lockeridge, Larry, 1995 - 99
Folder 6. Long Island University - Steinberg, David, President of LIU, 1985 - 2000
Folder 7. Loschiavo, Linda Ann, 1994 - 99
Folder 8. Louis, Adrian, 1994 - 98
Folder 9. Lutz, Hartmut, 2000 - 2001
Folder 10. Lyon, Rick (re: Michael Hamburger's visit), 1986 - 87
Box 40: Correspondence, M
Folder 1. M, miscellaneous
MacLeish, Archibald, 1978
Maimone, Renata, 1984
Maisano, Gina, n.d.
NK to Mantis, Elizabeth, 1986
Martin, Gabi, 1989
McBrien, Bill, 1982
McFall, Gardner, 1993
McKenna, Bob, 1991
McKenzie, Jean West, 1972 - 73
NK to Merwin, W.S., 1982
Miller, Edmund, 1995 - 99
Miller, Kathy, 1986
Moran, Tim, n.d.
Morling, Malena, 1999 - 2001
Morris, Rev. Stephen (St. Mary's Church, Roslyn, NY), 1984
Murray, Dan, 1999/2000
Muth, Jim, 2000
Folder 2. MacLeod, Al, 1976 - 78 (includes typescript of review written by NK for MacLeod's Lost Salt Gift of Blood)
Folder 3. Maimone, Renate, 1984 - 97
Folder 4. Martone, Michael, 1993 - 99
Folder 5. Martinez, Demetria, 1992 - 95
Folder 6. Matthias, John, 1972 - 95
Folder 7. McKenzie, Jim, 1975 - 2001
Folder 8. Melchior, Susan, 1998 - 2001
Folder 9. Michelson, Peter, 1972 -93
Folder 10. Midwest Poetry Review - Ottley, John, 1995 - 97
Folder 11. Mills, Maggie, 1991 - 94
Folder 12. Moltmann, Gunter, 1978 - 94
Folder 13. Morgan, Robert, 1987 - 2001
Folder 14. Mueller, Lisel, 1979 - 82
Folder 15. Muller, Kurt, 1983 - 94
Box 41: N, Correspondence
Folder 1. N, miscellaneous-
NDQ - Meek, Jay, 1994
Nalbantian, Susan, 1998 -2000 (see also Reynolds, David)
Nammack (Donohue), Kate, 1989 - 2001
New Yorker - Karp, Vickie, 1980
Niehaus, Julie, 1979
Nuwer, Hank (Arts Indiana), 1994 - 95
Folder 2. Neubauer, Suzanne, 1995 - 98
Folder 3. Neville, Susan, 1994 - 2001
Folder 4. Niers, Gert, 1991 - 2001
Folder 5. Nims, John F., 1989 - 94
Box 42: O, P, Q Correspondence
Folder 1. O, miscellaneous
Oates, Joyce Carol, 1983
Olds, Sharon, 1993
Ozarow, Kent, 1990
Folder 2. O'Bannon, Judith, First Lady of Indiana, 1998 - 2001
Folder 3. Olsen, Tillie, 1972 - 75
Folder 4. Opfermann, Suzanne and Detlef, 1989 - 2000
Folder 5. Pa - Ph, miscellaneous
Pacernick,Gary - 1988 - 94
Parla, Nancy, 1982
Pastan, Linda, 1987 - 88
Pecere, Peter, 1993 - 94
Perchik, Simon, 1994 - 98
Perlman, Jim, 1982
Pequod - Rudman, Mark, 1994
Peterson, Jon, 1980
Pfingston, Roger, 1985 - 92
Philbrick, Steve, 1986
Folder Pi - Pz, miscellaneous
Piccione, Anthony, 1978
Pillai, Edward, 1991
Planz, Allen, 1978 - 2001
NK to Plumly, Stanley, 1978
Poetry Society - Davis, Christina, 1999
NK to Poets House - Bricetti, Lee Ellen, 1999
Porterfield, Susan, 1991 - 96
Purdue University - Boruch, Marianne, 1993
Folder 7. Paul, Dennis, 1993 - 93
Folder 8. Patterson, Raymond, 1993 - 2001
Folder 9. Peacock, Molly, 1995 - 96
Folder 10. Pennant, Edmund, 1986 - 2000
Folder 11. Phillips, Bob, 1982 - 2001
Folder 12. Pinsky, Robert, 1998 - 99
Folder 13. Poole, Joan, 1999
Folder 14. Poulin, Al, 1977 - 96
Folder 15. Q, miscellaneous
Quinn, Fran, 1997 - 99
Box 43: R, Correspondence
Folder 1. R, miscellaneous
Reeves, Ryan, 2001
Reich-Nauker, Rita and Martin, 1982
Roberts, Warren, 1976 - 84
Robertson, Kirk, 1985 - 96
Robinson, Nancy, 1998 - 2000
Roche, Dave, 2000
Roger, Pascale, 1998 - 99
Rohr, Reiner, 1980 - 2000
Romaine, Shirley, 1993 - 94
Roslyn News - Scotchie, Joel
Roston, Ruth, 1981
Folder 2. Raccoon Books - Spiver, David, 1982 - 84
Folder 3. Radavich, David, 1980 - 99
Folder 4. Rampelmann, Katja, 1994 - 2001
Folder 5. Rank, Hugh, 1985 - 2000
Folder 6. Rash, Ron, 1995 - 2000
Folder 7. Rearick, John, 1977 - 98
Folder 8. Red Owl, 1999 - 2001
Folder 9. Reichmann, Eberhard, 1983 - 89
Folder 10. Reichmann, Eberhard, 1990 - 2000
Folder 11. Reynolds, David, 1994 - 2001 (see also Nalbantian, Suzanne)
Folder 12. Riedel, Andreas, 2000 - 01
Folder 13. Riemer, Shirley, 1998 - 2000
Folder 14. Rippley, La Vern, 1977 - 1998
Folder 15. Roba, William, 1998 - 2000
Folder 16. Rodland, Carol, 1998 - 2001
Box 44: Sa - Std, Correspondence
Folder 1. Sa - Sk, miscellaneous
Sanders, Scott R., 1997
Schanz-Sukop, Hedwig, 1985
Schenkel, Elmar, 1981 - 88
Schmidt, Helmut, 1984
Schopp, (NFN), 1985
Schroeder, Bernhard, 1981
Sebald, Hans, 1992
Seiler, Christiane, 1989 - 90
Shapiro, Harvey, 1999
Shapiro, Karl, 1985
Shapiro, Larry, 1997 - 2000
Shapiro, Myra, 1998
Shimizu-Lorenz, Satomi, 1993
Siegel, Robert, 1981 - 82
Silkin, Jon, 1976
Folder Sl - Sta, miscellaneous
Slapering Hol Press - Strickland, Stephanie, 1994 - 95
Slaughter, Adele, 1993
Snow, Kathleen, 1995
Speer, Laurel, 1985
St. Peter's College - Warner, Francis, 1975 - 80
Folder 3. Salmons, Joe, 1987 - 2000
Folder 4. Sandeen, Ernest, 1970 - 79
Folder 5. Sarton, May, 1986 - 96
Folder 6. Schoenberg, Nancy, 1987 - 90
Folder 7. Schulman, Grace, 1994 - 97
Folder 8. Shea, Robert, 1999 - 2001
Folder 9. Simone, Diane, 1997 - 2001
Folder 10. Simpson, Louis, 1983 - 2001
Folder 11. Skowronek, Andreas, 1996 - 99
Folder 12. Smith, Ken, 1974 - 80
Folder 13. Smith, William Jay, 1985 - 2001
Folder 14. Sollors, Werner, 1998 - 2001
Folder 15. St. Antoine, Sara, 1999 - 2001
Folder 16. Stafford, William, 1978 - 93
Folder 17. Stanton, Joe, 1998 - 2000
Box 45: Ste-Sz, Correspondence
Folder 1. Ste - Sz, miscellaneous
NK to Stepanchev, Stephen, 1998
NK to Stern, Gerald (Jerry), 1996 - 97
Stillwell, Mary Kathryn, 1989 - 95
Stoepker, Dulcie, 1988 - 98
Strothman, Andrea, 1982
Stryk, Dan, 1986
Stutzer, Alexander, 1984
Sutter, Bart, 1978
Folder 2. Stefanik, Ernest, 1976 - 79
Folder 3. Stefanile, Felix, 1977 - 95
Folder 4. Stuecher, Dorothea, 1991
Folder 5. SUNY Farmingdale, Visiting Writers Program - Fishman, Charles, 1985 - 91
Folder 6. Supraner, Robyn, 1995 - 2000
Folder 7. Swenson, May, 1985 - 91
Folder 8. Sycamore Review / Rain Crow Publishing - Manley, Michael Sean, 1994 - 2001
Box 46: Correspondence, Stryk, Lucien, 1972 - 2001
Folder 1. Stryk, Lucien, 1972 - 79
Folder 2. Stryk, Lucien, 1980 - 89
Folder 3. Stryk, Lucien, 1990 - 94
Folder 4. Stryk, Lucien, 1995 - 99
Folder 5. Stryk, Lucien, 2000 - 01
Box 47: T, U, V, correspondence
Folder 1. T, miscellaneous
Tagliabue, John, 1998 -; 99
Tana, Patti, 1994
Tapahonso, Luci, 1996 - 2000
Thomas, Ray, 1979
Thompson Kryst, Marilyn, 1977
Tillinghast, Richard, 1996
Toppess. . .?, Sara, 1982
Tree, Michael, 1998
Tucker, Martin, 2000
Folder 2. Terris, Virginia, 1993 - 99
Folder 3. Thom, James Alexander, 1999 - 2001
Folder 4. Tolzmann, Don Heinrich, 1978 - 2000
Folder 5. Traces - Boomhower, Ray, 1999 - 2001
Folder 6. Turnbull, Ayme, 2000 - 01
Folder 7. Ullrich / Jokobi, Gunter Andreas (Gunter's son), 1996 - 2001
Folder 8. Unger, Barbara, 1990
Folder 9. University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh, Rev. Theodore (President), 1984
Folder 10. Uzzano Press - Schuler, Robert, 1978 - 79
Folder 11. V, miscellaneous
Vallaster, Elfe, 1992 - 93
Van Zant, Frank, 2001
Volick, Grace, 1990 - 97
Von Kampe, Felix, 1994
Vossler, Ron, 1976 - 77
Folder 12. Van Loen, Alfred, 1980- 93
Folder 13. Vogel, Ilse-Margret, 1992 - 2000
Folder 14. Vonnegut, Kurt, 1988 - 99
Box 48: W, X, Y, Z, Correspondence
Folder 1. W, miscellaneous
Wagner, Viola, 1979 - 80
Walshe, Emily, 1999
Webber, Hiltrud, 1999 - 2000
Welcher, J., 1981
Whalen, Joe, 2000
Whalen, Jon, 1999
Wheat, Mary, 1985
White, Jeremy, 1998
Wilhelmus, Tom, 1999 - 2001
Williams, Ralph, 1983
Witschel, Losse, 1982
Woods, John, 1983
NK to World Pub. Co. - Bailey, George, 1979
Wright, Annie James, 1986 - 99
Folder 2. Wallace, George, 1990 - 99
Folder 3. Warren, Robert Penn, 1982 - 83
Folder 4. Waters, Michael, 1978 - 2001
Folder 5. Weber, Paula Richard (Dick), 1990 - 99
Folder 6. Weil, Jim, 1975 - 99
Folder 7. West, Stephanie, 1996
Folder 8. Wheat, Max, 1982 - 2000
Folder 9. White, Claire Nicolas, Stan Brodsky, 1994
Folder 10. Wier, Dara, 1977
Folder 11. Wilbur, Richard, 1984 - 94
Folder 12. Willard/Lindbloom, Nancy, 1972 - 2000
Folder 13. Williams, Gil, 1999
Folder 14. Woldt, Lisa (Neves), 1995 - 99
Folder 15. X - Z, miscellaneous
Zeidenstein, Sondra, 1990 - 99
Zimler, Richard, 1999
Zinnes, Harriet, 1978
Folder 16. Zantop, Susanne, 1999 - 2001
Folder 17. First name only, miscellaneous
Box 49: Website Correspondence (www.krapfpoetry.com), 8/1 - 8/20/1999
Folder 1. Website, 8/1 - 8/5/99
Folder 2. Website, 8/6 - 8/10/99
Folder 3. Website, 8/11 - 8/12/99
Folder 4. Website, 8/13 - 8/20/99
Box 50: Website Correspondence (www.krapfpoetry.com), 8/21/1999 - 2000
Folder 1. Website, 8/21 - 8/31/99
Folder 2. Website, 9/99
Folder 3. Website, 10/99
Folder 4. Website, 11/99 - 12/99
Folder 5. Website, 2000
Oversize Pamphlet 1
Folder 1. Bittersweet Along the Expressway, cover proof
Folder 2. Artsfest flyer, Louisville, Kentucky, August 1995 (NK mentioned on pg. 6)
Folder 3. BookPage, August 1995 (NK mentioned on pg. 4)


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