A group of books and ephemera including:
1. An ALS dated Aug 26, 1970 to "Nash" authorizing him to reprint in England a text previously published in an uncirculated "Marijuana Review".
2. Annotated and Signed Letter to Jim Reidel. [July 2, 1993.] Responding to an inquiry regarding poet Weldon Kees and his role in the San Francisco poetry scene. Ginsberg adds his notes to the original letter sent to him including: "His death seemed to precede any poetic outbreak of ours". Amusingly Reidel notes that "you squeezed my thigh a lot" during a previous reading in Cincinnati in 1973, to which Ginsberg notes: "Did I for real? Forgive me" in the margin.
Signed in full, with Ginsberg's mailing address and transmittal envelope.
3. Autographed Note Signed, May 25, 1982 on Naropa Institute letterhead, where Ginsberg has added notes to his assistant's response, with transmittal envelope.
4. A number of photographs of Ginsberg including one 8 x 10 inch image of a young, 1950s era Ginsberg.