Literary manuscripts and clippings of Jonathon Cott
Call Number: MS P585
Unbound typed leaves and printed clippings: poems by Jonathan Cott (1942-), who has served as an editor at Rolling Stone and written several books of poetry, essays, and other works.
- Cott, Jonathan (Person)
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1 folder (10 items in 1 folder)
C9887 was presented by Cott to "Angelica, May 1975." According to Rob Melton, "Angelica" is probably Angelica Clark, wife of Tom Clark, since the bookdealer "Chloe's Bookshop" has acted as Tom Clark's agent.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Chloe's Bookshop (Sacramento), Poetry list 1:254; October 24, 1989
Material found laid in a printed copy of Cott's City of Earthly Love, 1975 (located at Spencer Research Library at C9887). The verso of the back cover of the book gives some biographical information about Cott, and says that the poems were written "over the last 12 years."
- Guide to the Jonathan Cott Papers
- Literary manuscripts and clippings of Jonathon Cott
- Finding aid prepared by alh, November 6, 1989; (C9887 catalogued separately by rm.) Finding aid encoded by mg, 2005.
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Literary manuscripts and clippings of Jonathon Cott, Department of Special Collections, MS P585, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas