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Ingo Swann papers

Descriptive Summary

Repository: University of West Georgia
Creator: Swann, Ingo, 1933-2013
Title: Ingo Swann papers
Dates: 1908-2003
Quantity: 85.0 Linear feet (approx. 121 boxes and 2 map folders)
Abstract:Papers of Ingo Swann (1933-2013), artist, author and pioneering parapsychology practitioner and researcher best known for his work in remote viewing (RV), a term he coined while working with Hal Putfhoff and Russell Targ at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI).
Identification: MS-0060

Biographical/Historical Note

Ingo Swann was born September 14, 1933 in Telluride, Colorado. In 1955 he earned double bachelor’s degrees in Biology and Art from Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah. After graduation Swann enlisted in the Army and served a tour of duty in Korea and the Far East. Upon returning to the United States Swann settled in New York City to work as an artist. Not able to financially thrive, he accepted a position at the Secretariat of the United Nations where he worked until 1968. Around 1968, Swann began writing erotic fiction and focusing on painting. Swann’s paintings were of the cosmic art genre, many of which are now part of the collections at the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland. Some paintings were sold into private collection, most notably to real-estate developer Trammel Crow. Swann also created gay-themed paintings (fourteen) and collages (hundreds), now in the permanent collection at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art in New York, NY.

In July 1971, Swann participated in an experimental photography session in which Bert and Sherri McCann which sought to capture people’s psychic energies in a blackened room at a party. Allegedly, a photograph of Swann showed a ball of light above his head. It was largely from his social interactions, particularly with a woman by the name of Zelda Suplee, and with Dr. Gertrude Schmeidler (PhD from Harvard, a faculty member of City University of New York, and President of the Parapsychology Association in 1971), that Swann became fully aware of his psi abilities, and eventually came to the attention of Dr. H. E. Puthoff at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI).

Beginning in 1972 Swann worked with Dr. Hal Puthoff and Russell Targ at SRI in experiments that began with magnetometer psychokinesis. Swann was later involved in experiments, using a term he coined, “coordinate remote viewing,” where the subject visualizes locations based on geographical coordinates, work which was part of the United States’ “Project Star Gate” which investigated whether psychic phenomena had domestic and military applications. It was during this type of experiment in 1973 that Swann stated the planet Jupiter had rings prior to the Voyager probe’s visit there in 1979. While at SRI, in 1974 Swann also remote viewed Mercury and the Moon. SRI formally published an analysis of the Mercury and Jupiter RV sessions in 1980. Russell Targ and Hal Puthoff wrote further on Ingo’s Moon RV in their book, Mindreach (1976). Swann’s tenure at SRI was from 1972-1990. During that time Swann was also involved in attempts to solve criminal cases, from 1972-1979.

Swann authored numerous books including: To Kiss Earth Good-Bye (1975), Star Fire (1978), What Will Happen When the Soviets Take Over (1980), Natural ESP (1987), Everybody’s Guide to Natural ESP (1991), Your Nostradamus Factor (1993), The Great Apparitions of Mary (1996), Penetration: The Question of Extraterrestrial and Human Telepathy (1998), and Psychic Sexuality (1999). He wrote erotic fiction, published under imprints of Olympia Press under the pen names Defence Eakens, Bigger than Life (1971), Honeymoon Perversion (1971) and Hero Haubold, Golden Balls (1971). Swann also served as the editor of the book Cosmic Art (1975).

Ingo Swann died on January 31, 2013.


Scope and Content Note

Research data, notes, correspondence, audio, video, slides, artifacts, photographs, memos, training manuals, contracts, manuscripts, speeches, sketches, press clippings, and other materials from Swann’s work in remote viewing, as well as correspondence from Dr. Raymond Piper, author of Cosmic Art (1975), and internationally renowned artists.


Index Terms

Art, Modern--20th century.
Cosmology in art.
Extrasensory perception
Ingo Swann papers--Archives
Parapsychology--Military aspects.
Parapsychology--Research.
Parapsychology.
Remote viewing

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation note

Ingo Swann papers. Annie Belle Weaver Special Collections, Irvine Sullivan Ingram Library, University of West Georgia.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Gift of Murleen S. Ryder, Executor of the Ingo Swann estate, in February 2014. Additional accruals donated in October 2014, October 2015, and December 2015.

Processing Information note

The Ingo Swann papers are currently being processed. Processing of this collection began in October 2014 and is ongoing. Please note that box numbering is currently inconsistent between series (for example, there is both a box 1 in the Cosmic Art Series and a box 1 in the SRI files). This will be corrected once the processing of the Swann papers is complete.

Processed by Sally Hildreth, 2014-2017 and Amelia Bagwell, 2017.

Sponsorship


Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access note

Open to all users; no restrictions

Conditions Governing Use note

Murleen S. Ryder retains any literary, copyrights, or other rights that she may possess during her lifetime. At the time of her death, these rights revert to the University of West Georgia. The materials may be subject to licenses made by Ingo Swann during his lifetime.


Related Material

Ingo Swann’s personal library of over 1,600 titles—many of them rare and scarce—are in Special Collections including books on astrology, UFOs, parapsychology, palmistry, divination, occult, magic, Jungian studies, psychic warfare, and all of Ingo’s original works. These items can be found in the Library's catalog by searching Ingo Swann as the former owner. These titles are in the process of being cataloged and can be identified by searching the UWG Library catalog for Ingo Swann as author.


Container List

  Jungekunst Alexander ArchipenkoPoetry-PaintingArt: Revelation of BeautyThe MotherUber Meine SchriftenA Business Man’s View of ReligionSpace, Time and the SpiritMetaphysische Malerei"Let There Be LightPioneer in Creative SynthesisIntro to Eutonics.” Vol. 1.GalleySudden Poet

Series I: Cosmic Art files

57.12 linear feet (58 boxes, 1 OV document box, 2 cassette boxes)
Artwork, clippings, correspondence, ephemera, photographs, slides and transparencies, woodblock, and other materials.
The bulk of the materials are artist files containing artist statements, biographical information, correspondence, clippings, and research notes.
Correspondence from Ingo Swann appears only marginally in this series. The bulk of the correspondence is from Dr. Raymond Piper, former professor of Philosophy at Syracuse University and author of Cosmic Art, and artists whose work was solicited for publication in the book. Dr. Piper died suddenly of a heart attack in 1961 and work on Cosmic Art ceased until Lila K. Piper, Dr. Piper’s wife, bequeathed the files, editing, and publication of the book to Ingo Swann in the 1970s. Cosmic Art was published by Hawthorn Books in 1975.



Subseries A: Artist files kept by Raymond Piper

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11Aarons, George, 1947-1951
2Abanavas, Constantine, 1947-1953
3Adamz, Stanislaw, 1946-1952
4Afzelius, Märta (Sweden), 1948
5Agha, Zubeida (Pakistan), 1949
This folder contains signed photographs of the artist’s work and handwritten, personal correspondence to Dr. Piper.
6Aguilar, Ricardo (Honduras), 1949
7Allain, Roger, undated
8Albrizio, Conrad, 1948-1959
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence between the artist and Dr. Piper.
9Adwinckle, Eric, 1947-1963
10Allen, Anna H., 1949-1950
11Allen, Patricia, undated
12Amadeus-Dier, Erhard (Austria), 1949-1957
13Amino, Leo, 1940-1957
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper. Also, there are several exhibition billets for shows at Sculpture’s Gallery, dating 1946-1957.
14An-Che, Li (Tibet), 1940-1957
15Anandkar (India), 1953
16Anderson, Bertha, 1950-1961
17Anderson, Guy, 1947-1948
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper.
18Anderson, Pearle, 1956
19Anliker, Roger, 1952-1953
20Anton, Victor (England), 1956
21Arai, Hisae (Japan), 1950
22Araujo, Alvaro (Uruguay), 1949-1956

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21Archipenko, Alexander, 1923-1959
This folder contains the book, “ Jungekunst Alexander Archipenko,” dated 1923. Also, there are several correspondences with the artist’s signature.
2Alexander, Gela, 1950-1962, 1950-1962
3Arel, Maide (Turkey), 1959-1961
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper. Also, there is a photograph of the artist.
4Arnold, Hillis, 1951-1952
5Aronson, David, 1946-1947
6Ascher, Mary, 1960-1961
This folder contained an inscribed, signed copy of the artist’s book, “ Poetry-Painting,” (1958,) which was separated and added to the Ingo Swann book collection. Also, there are several correspondences with the artist’s signature.
7(d’) Assia, Enrico, 1954
This folder contains an artist biography dated 1954. Also, there is a signed photo of the artist’s work, “Labyrinth.”
8Auchiah, James, undated
The name, “James Auchiah,” was an Anglicized version of the artist's Indigenous Kiowa name, Tsekoyate, meaning "Big Bow.”
9Auden (India), undated
10Austin, Darrel, 1940-1947
11Baele, Stan (Belgium), 1949-1968
This folder contains artist signed correspondence to Dr. Piper.
12Bailey, Alice A., 1949-1950
13Baj, Enrico (Italy), 1956-1957
14Bakre, S.K. (India), undated
15Band, Max, 1947
16Barbarossa, Bheodore, 1947
17Barker,Walter, 1948-1949
18Barlach, Ernest, 1948-1949
19Barnes, Matthew, 1950
20Baskin, Leonard, undated
21Barthé, Richmond, 1946-1947

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31Bastien, L. F., 1957-1958
2Bates, Antony, 1950-1951
3Bauer, Rudolph, 1939-1961
This folder contains artist signed correspondence to Dr.Piper.
4Bayer, Herbert, 1950-1958
5Bazille, Castera (Hati), 1946-1959
6Bearden, Romare, 1946-1947
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper describing his personal and artistic philosophy. He is recognized as a prominent contributor to The Harlem Renaissance.
7Beardsley, Alice, 1947-1962
8Beckman, Max, 1947-1963
9Beecher, William Ward, 1947
10Begay, Harrison, undated
Begay Harrison was the Anglicized version of the artist's Indigenous Navajo name, Haashké yah Níyá, meaning "Warrior Who Walked Up to His Enemy."
11Belmont, I. J., 1929-1960
12Ben-Shmuel, Ahron, 1943-1949
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper, and signed photos of the artist’s sculptures, “Invocation” and “Job.”
13Ben-Zion, 1947-1951
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
14Béothy, Étienne (France), 1952-1962
15Bérard, H. M. (France), 1952
16Berger, Anita, 1953
17Berger-Hammerslag, Alice, 1956-1960
18Berlin, undated
19Bertrand, Gaston (Belgium), 1952-1956

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41Bess, Forrest, 1947
This folder contains handwritten, personal and artist signed correspondences to Dr. Piper. Also, there is a letter written by Ingo Swann (dated February 20, 1970) where he explains his introduction to, and involvement with Cosmic Art.
2Bessemer, Auriel, 1948-1962
This folder contains an artist biography, “Aurielartograph 1, Drawings and Paintings.”
3Bessenich, Jerome, 1944-1949
4Best, Lottie, 1950-1970
5Bhagatt, V.D. (India), 1955-1960
6Bill, Max (Switzwerland), 1949-1962
7Bhatt, Krishnalal (India), 1949-1975
This folder contains a mini-book, “ Art: Revelation of Beauty,” by Sri Aurobindo and “ The Mother”, 1970.
8Bischoff, undated
9Bjørek, undated
10Black, Wendell, undated
11Blackmer, undated
12Blanc-Gatti, 1955-1960

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51Bleach, Lydia, 1960-1963
2Bliss, Avis, 1949
3Bluestein, Selma, 1954
4Boccia, Edward, 1961
5Bogert, Cornelia, 1948-1958
This file contains a piece of paranormal automatic writing under Spirit control, “Incarnation.”
6Bok, Hannes, 1954
This folder contains signed lithographs of the artist’s work: “The Wind,” 1946; “Bookplate for a Collector,” no date; “Troll Calling Roll,” 1936; “Puppeteers,”1947; “Squatters,” 1947; and miscellaneous untitled and undated lithographs. There are also several rough sketches, as well as multiple artist signatures on personal correspondences.
7Bolotowskey, Ilya, 1947
8Boner, Alice, 1953-1977
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper. Also, there are signed photos of the artist’s work.
9Bonsu, 1935-1960
10Bose, Nandalal, 1948-1957
11Bosin, Blackbear, 1957-1958
Blackbear Bosin was the Anglicized version of his Indigenous Comanche- Kiowa name, "Tsate Kongia", which means "Blackbear." Also, this folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper.
12Bott, Patricia, B., undated
13Bourdelle, 1929-1958
Scope and Content Note: This folder contains the art bibliography, “Les Actes du Musee Bourdelle,” Les Amis de Bourdelle, 1958.
14Bowman, Nancy, 1947-1954
15Boyd, Rutherford, 1949-1962
16Boyd, Stella, 1952-1953

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61Bo Yin Ra, 1943-1973
This folder contains the mini-book, “ Uber Meine Schriften,”undated.
2Brancusi, Constantin, 1951-1972
3Breinin, Raymond, 1948-1949
4Breneiser, Stanley, 1948
5Brenson, Theodore, 1957-1958
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper.
6Brett, D.E., 1950-1961
7Bodin, Paul, undated
8Bodnar, Bertalan, 1950
9Brewer, Floyd E., 1947-1959
10Brewster, Earl, 1908-1960
11Britsky, Nicholas, 1955-1962
12Brodeur, Clarence, 1950-1956
13Brooks, Erica May, 1939-1954
14Brown, Deborah, 1956
15Browne, Byron, 1947-1962
16Brumme, Ludwig, 1947-1954
17de Brun, Elsa, 1960

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71Brunner, Elizabeth (folder 1 of 2), 1933-1962
2Brunner, Elizabeth (folder 2 of 2), 1933-1962
This folder contains correspondence from the (newly independent) government of India to Dr. Piper.
3Bruschetti, Alesandro, 1954-1956
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper.
4Brygider, Edward, 1957
5Bucholz, Erich, undated
6Bufano, Beniamino, undated
7Buick, Rowena, undated
8Buist, Frank, undated
9Bukulreich, undated
10Burbage, Trudy, 1953-1956
11Burchfield, Charles, 1944-1960
12Buckhardt, Hans, 1953
13Burger, Fritz, 1929
14Burlingame, Sheila, 1955
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper.
15Burliuk, David, 1945-1949
16Bush, Marian, 1938-1960
This folder contains (2) photographs of the artist. Also, the book, “ A Business Man’s View of Religion,” by Irving T. Bush, 1927 was separated from this folder and can be located in the Ingo Swann book collection
17Byrne, Annette Cremin, undated

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81Caesar, Doris, 1947-1948
2Calapai, Letterio, 1946-1955
This folder contains handwritten, personal and (typed) artist signed correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper.
3Calder, Alexander, 1949-1958
4Calfee, William, 1949-1950
5Callahan, Kenneth, 1947-1962
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper.
6Calocerinos, Joanne, 1955-1960
7Campbell, Dorothy, 1949
8Carelli, Violet Skelton de, 1946-1962
9Carr, Emily, 1949-1954
10Carvalho, Flavio de, 1952-1958
11Cary, Clint, 1956-1976
12Cattiaux, Louis, 1935-1969
This folder contains several handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper, written in French. Also, there are multiple artist signed photos of artwork
13Chagall, Marc, 1945-1957
This folder contains artist signed correspondence to Dr.Piper.

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91Chakravorty, Ramindranath, undated
2Chamberlain, Glenn, 1952-1955
3Charlier, Henri, 1935-1963
4Chatterjee, P.K., 1955
5Chaturasrama, undated
6Chauvin, Jean, 1956-1958
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper.
7Ch’en, Luke, 1936-1953
8Cheney, Warren, 1939-1963
9Chevalier, Jean-Laurent, 1951-1952
10Chi-Yuan, 1950-1952
11Cirac, undated
12Ciurlionis, Mykolas K., 1954-1962
13Claney, Howard, 1947
14Clare, Stewart, 1959-1960
15Coble, Margaret, 1961
16Coe, Herring, 1946-1953
17Collalto, Orlando di, 1949
18Collins, Cecil, 1953-1959
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper. Also, there are multiple artist signed photos of artwork.
19Colquhoun, Ithell, 1952-1961
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper.
20Compton, Mildred, 1950-1957
21Connick, Charles J., undated
22Cooke, C. Ernst, 1949
23Cooke, Lenore, 1961
24Coomaraswamy, Dona Luisa, 1952-1953
25Corbino, Jon, 1947-1957
26Courtenay, undated
27Couse, Irving, 1948
28DeCoux, Janet, 1947-1948

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101Cox, Eva Pauline, 1956
2Cox, Jan, 1954
3Cox, Warren E., 1948-1949
4deCreeft, José, 1954-1957
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper.
5Crimi, Alfred D., 1946-1948
6Crippa, Roberto, 1955-1956
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
7Crispino, Mary di, 1949-1958
8Crotti, Jean, 1949-1958
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
9Crumbo, Woody, 1952
10Cumming, Meta M., 1949
11Cudy, Martyn, 1953-1958
12Cusumano, Stefano, 1947-1949
13Dali, Salvador, 1936-1962
14Dalton, Frances L., undated
15Daniel, Lewis, 1946-1957
16Dante, Giglio, 1947-1948
17Daphnis, Nassos, 1947-1948
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
18Davidek, Stefan, 1947
19Davis, Emma Lu, 1953-1961
20Day, Wordem, 1947-1951
21Debruyne, Gustaf C., 1958-1960
22Deckers, Herman, 1958-1959
23Defaut, undated
24Delacroix, Marthe, 1949
25Derujinsky, Gleb, undated

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111Desai, Kanu, 1948-1962
2Deutsch, Boris, 1948-1962
3Dhar, K., 1958
4Diago, Roberto, 1947-1950
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper
5Dibble, Thomas, 1948
6Dienes, Sari, 1954
7Dirk, Nathaniel, 1947
8Diz, Otto, 1952
9Dlugosz, Louis, 1940-1950
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
10Dofflemyre, Ethel, 1953
11Doi, Isami, 1954
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
12Dombek, Blanche, 1951-1954
13Domoto, Insho, 1927-1960
This folder contains a photo of the artist in his studio working on the five-storied pagoda of the Shitenno-ji Temple, the first Buddhist temple built by the state in 593 C.E. Also, there are multiple artist-signed correspondences, including some with his official seal and original artwork drawn at the bottom dated as follows: Feb. 12, 1949, March 10, 1949, July 1, 1949, Feb. 4, 1950, March 10, 1950, Feb. 20, 1953, The folder also contains a color paint sample as an exemplar of Japanese color schemes created and labeled by the artist, circa 1949. Finally, there is original artwork with the artist’s signature. The work of this artist is featured in Insho Domoto Art Museum, Koyto, Japan.
14Douglass, Lathrop, undated
15Donnell, Hugh, undated
16Dooÿewaard, J., 1950
17Dorsey, Tom, 1948
18leDoux, Jean Picart, 1948-1973
19Dreier, Katherine, 1949
20Duble, Lu, undated
21Düblin, Jacques, 1948
22Dudgeon, Floyd, 1952-1953

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121Duncan, Lois, 1962-1963
2Duncan, Winifred, 1950
3Duren, Terence, 1954-1960
4Eaves, Winslow B., 1949-1950
5Eckhardt, Edris, 1950-1960
6Edmondson, Leonard, undated
7Eiermann, Adolf, 1953
8Emley, Alban, undated
9Enwonwu, Ben, 1916-1962
Ben Enwonwu is his Anglicized name. His Nigerian name is Odinigwe Benedict Chukwukadibia Enwonwu of the noble family, Umueze-Aroli. This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper and artist signed correspondence. Also, there is a copy of, “The Museum Journal,” 1923. He is recognized as a preemptive contributor in African Art.
10Epstein, Jacob, 1926-1959
11Erickson, Pat, 1945-1960
12Ernesto, Gonzales, 1947
13Ernst, Max, 1942-1949
14Evergood, Philip, 1952-1960
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
15Fabri, Ralph, 1943-1963
16Faggi, Alfeo, 1930-1950
17Fallon, Vincent, 1950
18Farleigh, John, 1959-1960
19Fasnella, 1947-1948
20Fein, Sylvia, 1947

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131Feininger, Lyonel (folder 1 of 2), 1924-1962
This folder contains a personally inscribed art exhibit biography printed by the Curt Valentin Gallery, 1954, dedicated to Dr. Piper, and other dedicated art photos. Also, there is a matted, signed print of his work, “Yachtmen,” 1925. As well, there is a phot of Lyonel Feininger, personally dedicated to Dr. Piper; January 11, 1932. Also, there is a copy of the German language magazine, “Reclams Universum,” 26 Mai 1972.
2Feininger, Lyonel (folder 2 of 2), 1924-1962
This folder contains a copy of the book, “Junge Kunst Lyonel Feininger,” by von Willi Wolfradt, 1924, Also, this folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
3Ferrant, Angel, 1949-1950
4Ferren, John, undated
5Ferryman, F. R., 1950
6Fine, Perle, 1947
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
7Fingesten, Peter, 1947-1962
8Finke, Doris, 1977
9Fisk, Margaret, 1950-1952
10Fitz-Gerald, Clark B., 1961
11Fleming, Daniel, 1950-1963
12Fletcher, Calvin, 1949
13Flexor, Sanson, 1952-1957
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
14Florsheim, Richard, 1950-1960
This folder contains artist signed correspondence and handwritten questionnaire answers about personal philosophies of art.
15Fonseca, Angelo, 1949
16Fogel, Seymour, 1950-1958
17Forain, Jean-Louis, undated
18Forbes, Margaret, 1950
19Franck, Frederick, 1949
20Fraser, Malcom, 1946-1949

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141Freddie, Wilhelm, 1951
2Frei, Emil, undated
3Freund, Will, 1949
4Freundlich, Otto, 1950-1952
5Fritts, Harvey, undated
6Frvgès, Henrÿ (folder 1 of 3), 1947-1975
This folder contained a copy of the book, “La peinture moderne en délire,” which has been added to the Ingo Swann book collection. Also, this folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Ingo Swann.
7Frvgès, Henrÿ (folder 2 of 3), 1947-1975
This file contains multiple signed photographs of the artist’s work. Also, of historical significance, there is letter written during the Algerian War, by the artist, to Dr. Raymond Piper. It was intercepted by the State Department, whose letter returning the letter to Dr. Piper is also included, personally signed by Raymond A. Valliere, Officer-in-Charge of French-Iberian Affairs. Also, there is a copy of the French-language newspaper, “Aspects de la France,” Jeudi 7 Avril 1960.
8Frvgès, Henrÿ (folder 3 of 3), 1947-1975
Several representations of artwork and poetry were separated from this folder and moved to the Cosmic Art oversize case.
9Ukuzawa, Ichiro, undated
10Gabo, Naum, 1953
11Gammel, R.H. Ives, 1939-1985
12Gardner, Mona, 1959-1960
13Gargallo, Pablo, 1937-1961
14Garland, Leon, 1949
15Garrison, Eve, 1948-1962

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151Gauguin, Paul, 1931-1959
2Gaynes, Coral, 1950-1970
3Gee, Yun, 1948
4Gehr, Ferdinand, undated
5Gelb, Jan, 1948-1968
6Gerald, Elizabeth, 1948-1958
7Gerenday, Laci de, 1949-1954
8Gerzso, Gunter, 1954-1962
9Getty, Jean Paul, undated
10Ghasiram, Li, 1954-1960
11Gibran II, Kahlil, 1947-1948
12Girard, André, 1945-1954
13Gleizes, d’Albert, 1950-1953
14Goerg, Edouard, 1949-1957
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
15Gomez, Nicomedes, 1966-1968
16Gonzales, Xavier, 1950-1954
17Goodman, Bertram, 1947
18Goodridge, Elinor, 1950-1960
19Gopinath, undated
20Gordon, Frank S., 1947-1950

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161Goriansky, Lev, 1941-1963
2Gotami, undated
3Göthe, Bror Geijer, 1947
4Gottlieb, Adolph, 1946-1960
5Govinda, Li Gotami, 1950-1963
6Gower, Claude, 1961
7Graham, George, 1951-1961
8Grant, Peter, 1947
9Graves, Morris, 1947-1962
This folder contains an inter-filed folder found in the Cosmic Art files created by Ingo Swann after he assumed responsibility for Dr. Piper’s collection.
11Green, Frances, 1951-1963
12Gregoire, Jan, 1926-1960
This folder contains the art biography, “ Catalogus van Werhun” of the artist work. As well there is a copy of, “Amsterdamsche Gids” Issue 7 Januai 1922. Finally, there is a photo of the artist.
13Grippe, Peter, 1947
14Gromaire, Marcei, 1930-1951
15Gross, Chaim, 1947
16Grosz, George, 1936-1956
17Guccione, Juanita, 1962-1973

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171Gunter, Charlotte G., 1946-1961
2Gupta, Manindra, 1949-1966
This folder contains a signed photograph of the artist. Also, (2) original works of art, “Badrinath” (Himalayas) and “The Pilgrim, “can be located in Case 52, Folder F5, “Originals.”
3Gurr, Lena, undated
4Guston, Philip, 1948-1960
5Guy, James, 1948-1958
6Häckl, Gisela, 1949-1960
7Hager, Lee, 1958-1960
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
8Hahn, Jan, 1953-1954
9Hahn, Joseph, 1953-1954
10Haldar, Asit K., 1927-1962
This folder contains signed photographs of the artist and multiple signed photos of his artwork. Also, there are handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper.
11Halden, Stuart, 1949
12Hamar, Irene, 1947
13Hamilton, Doris, 1949-1954
14Han, Pyo Wook, 1955
15Hanson, J. M., 1947
16Harmon, Robert, 1947
17Harootian, Koren Der, 1947-1952
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper.
18Harris, Lawren, 1948
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
19Harriton, Abraham, 1952-1954

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181Hartung, Karl, 1953-1954
2Hartley, Marsden, 1947
3Harwood, Ruth (folder 1 of 3), 1939-1968
4Harwood, Ruth (folder 2 of 3), 1939-1968
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. Also, there are many prints of artwork.
5Harwood, Ruth (folder 3 of 3), 1939-1968
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
6Hasegawa, Luke, undated
7Haseineier, undated
8Hatch, Barbara, undated
9Hatch, Helen, 1957-1961

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191Haubold, Edith (folder 1 of 2), 1948-1974
Haubold, Edith C. is a pseudonym for Sylvia Leone Mahler. This folder contains signed phots of the artist and multiple handwritten poems.
2Haubold, Edith (folder 2 of 2), 1948-1974
This folder contains multiple photos of the artist’s work.
3Haucke, Frederick (folder 1 of 2), 1938-1961
This folder contains a handwritten description of artist’s philosophy and description of art process, as well as several signatures.This artist has been represented in the Smithsonian.
4Haucke, Frederick (folder 2 of 2), 1938-1961
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
5Hauser, Carry M., 1951
6Hayami, Gyoshu, 1958-1962
Gyoshu Hayami is a pseudonym for Eiichi Maita. This folder contains handwritten correspondence in Japanese Kanji.
7Hays, Elah Hale, 1947
8Hayward, Mildred, 1952-1960

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201Hebbar, Krishna, 1950-1957
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
2Heil, Joseph H., 1950-1968
3Heintzelman, Arthur, 1941-1961
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper
4Henelt, Joseph, 1950
5Hepworth, Barbara, 1954-1959
6d’Herbois, L. Collot, 1950-1960
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
7Herrscaft, William, 1959-1962
8Herur, Babuji, 1949-1950
9Herzog, Margot, 1945-1951
10Hida, Shuzan, 1955-1962
11Hill, Lael W., 1954-1959
This folder contains (3) original chalk drawings by the artist.
12Hinder, F.C., 1958
13Hios, Theo, 1949-1950
14Hoffman, Arnold, 1950-1961
15Hoffman, Hans, 1947-1963
16Hoffman, Malvina, 1947
17Hohenberg, Marguerite, 1937-1962
Dr. Piper misspelled Ms. Hohenberg’s name in his files; written as Hohenburg on original folder. This folder contains a signed photograph of the artist. Also, there are handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper. This artist was a recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship. His works have been represented in the Art Institute of Chicago.
18Hoiland, Michael, 1949
19Hollister, Dickerman, 1962
20Hooft, Martha, 1948
21Horn, Milton, 1948-1952
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper. He has won presigious awards globally and his suplture, "Composition" is on permanent display at the Art Insitute of Chicago.
22Howe, Oscar, 1948-1952
Oscar Howe was his Anglicized name. His Indigenous name is Mazuha Hokshina (“Trader Boy”) of the Yanktonai band of the Dakota people, Sioux Nation. This folder contains a signed photo of the artist.
23Howe, Robert, 1951
24Howes, Allan, 1949-1962

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211Hudner, Joe, 1948-1957
2Hughes-Stanton, 1949-1960
3Hugo, Ian, 1947-1949
Two original works of art by this artist, “All-Seeing Eye” and “In the Beginning,” can be located in Case 52, Folder F5, and “Originals.”
4Hung-Nien, Lu, 1938-1956
5Hutchinson, Edward, 1947
6Hwa, Li, 1946-1955
7Hynds, Winifred, 1961-1962
8Hynckes, Raoul, 1948-1949
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper
9Hyppolite, Hector, 1948-1956
10Iannelli, Alfonso, 1948-1960
11Ignon, Guy, 1957
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper
12Ingle, Thomas Huges, undated
13Ino Pierre, 1949-1970
14Inverarity, Robert B., 1950-1952
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper. Also, there are rough drawings by the artist.
15Isenberger, Eric, 1946-1960
16Ishikawa, Haruhiko, 1953-1973
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper and Ingo Swann. There is also a photograph of the artist, and multiple signed photos of artwork.
17Ito, Shogi, undated
18Jadav, Chhaganlal, 1958-1962
19Jaeckel, Willy, 1958-1968
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper. This celebrated German artist was dismissed from his prominent position in the Prussian Academy of Arts when the Nazis came to power. However, many of his works survived WWII due to the Nazis removing his works from all national exhibits.

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221Janin, Louise, 1929-1986
An original, untitled, signed watercolor by this artist can be located in Case 52, Folder F6; “Originals.”
2Jawlensky, Alexey, 1920-1956
3Johnson, Floyd A., 1956
4Johnson, Gray, undated
5Johnston, Genevieve, 1952-1962
6Johnstone, Drew, 1956-1961
7Jones, Henry, undated
8Jones, Lo, 1928-1953
9Jónsson, Einar, 1947-1970
This folder contains a GLASS TRANSPARANCY of “Birth of Psyche,” one of the artist’s sculptures. Further, there are multiple signed phots of the artist’s work. Also, there are traditional transparences included. There are handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper as well. Finally, two books were separated from this file, “Myndir” and “Myndir II,”and can be found in the Ingo Swann book collection.
10Joumard, Germaine, 1950-1977
11Jules, Meruin, 1950
12Jullien, Louis-Marie, 1952-1953
13Jung, C.G., 1950-1953
This folder contains personal, signed correspondence from Carl Jung to Dr. Piper where he discusses art and psychology. Also, there is a signed print of a mandala.
14Kabotie, Fred, undated
15Kagaku, Murakami, 1950-1960
16Kaho, Kawakta, 1948-1950
17Chiang, Kai-Shek, 1955-1961
18Kaldis, Aristodimos, 1948

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231Kamlet, Edna, undated
2Kamys, Walter, 1948-1949
3Kan, Diana, 1950-1960
4Kandinsky, Wassily, 1945-1957
5Kanzan, Shimomura, undated
6Karoly, Frederic, 1948-1950
This folder contains personal, signed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
7Kashbach, Erna, 1947
8Katchamakoff, Atanas, 1953-1956
9Katz, Hilda, 1950, undated
10Katz, Leo (folder 1 of 4), 1927-1976
This folder contains an extensive interview with Leo Katz, whose works have been represented in the collections of prominent museums across the globe. Also, there are several unedited, original, typed chapters of an autobiography. Within this writing are very personal details about being Jewish during WW II, as well as his philosophies of art. Finally, this folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper.
11Katz, Leo (folder 2 of 4), 1927-1976
There are several unedited, original, typed chapters of an autobiography. Within this writing are very personal details about being Jewish during WW II as well as his philosophies of art. Also, this folder contains handwritten, personal correspondences from the artist to Ingo Swann. As well, this folder contains copies of the historic newspaper, “The World,” dated September 27, 1927 and May 29, 1928 featured Mr. Katz’s artwork along with several other prominent artist of the era.
12Katz, Leo (folder 3 of 4), 1927-1976
This Folder contains original, typed chapters of Leo Katz’s book, “Coincidences: The Quest of Life,” (1968). Also, there are many personal photos of Leo Katz listed as follows: Katz working at Atelier 17 Press, (no date), Katz standing in front of “Galaxy” painting at the Whitney Museum, 1967, Katz signed and inscribed, “many years ago,” photos dated 1970 & 1971; another, unsigned, no date and lastly, one of his forehead and eyes, no date. As well, there are many photos of Katz artwork, signed by the artist. Finally, this folder contains several handwritten letters by the artist, to an intimate friend, Elaine McLaughlin.

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241Katz, Leo (folder 4 of 4), 1927-1976
This folder contains four (large) personal photos of Leo Katz listed as follows: Katz, signed and dated 1925, and (1) matted, color photo as well as (3) black & white, all undated. There is also a copy of the magazine, Psychic, dated July 1972, featuring an article written by Stanley Krippner & Lelie Krippner where Leo Katz’ artwork is featured. (pgs. 44-47)
2Katz, Raymond, 1936-1964
This folder contains personal, signed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. Also, there is a small, matted piece of original artwork, no title and undated.
3Kayn, Hilde B., undated
4Kaz, Nathaniel, undated
5Kent, Frank, 1947-1960
6Kent, Rockwell, 1928-1963
This folder contains personal, signed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
7Kerns, Maude Irvine, 1961-1962
This folder contains personal, signed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
8Kessels, Elsa, 1950
9Kesting, Edmund, 1948-1962
This folder contains several artist-signed photos of his artwork.
10Key-Oberg, Ellen, 1955
This folder contains personal, signed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
11Khastgir, Sudhir, undated
12Kimball, Maulsby, 1951-1974
13Kimball, Yeffe, 1959-1974
This folder contains personal, signed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
14Kimura, Busan, 1947-1955

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251Kingman, Eduardo, 1949-1961
2Klausz, Ernest, 1950-1960
3Klee, Paul, 1940-1951
4Kleen, Tyra, undated
5Knaths, Karl, 1948-1949
6Knorr, Lester, 1954-1956
7Koerner, Henry, 1947-1950
8Kollwitz, Käthe, 1937-1958
9Könekamp, Frederick, 1950-1953
10Konijenburg, Willem, 1950-1960
11Kontolous, Photis, undated
12Koos, John, undated
13Kopf, Maxim, 1947-1958
14Kosni-Kloss, 1954
15Kraft, Arthor, 1947-1949
This folder contains personal, signed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
16Krause, Joseph, 1946
17Kreutsberg, Harald, 1954
18Kroll, Anne, 1947
19Kroth, Richard, 1947
20Kuang, Tao, 1949
21Kupka, Frank, 1957-1975
22Kylberg, Carl, 1947
This folder contains handwritten, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper, which includes rough sketches. There are also (2) signed photos of the artist’s work.
23La Charme, Maud Bonade, 1949-1960
This folder contains personal, signed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper and (4) signed dedicated personal photos.
24Lafon, Jean, 1949
This folder contains personal, signed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
25Lagrange, Jaques, undated
26Lam, Wifredo, 1945-1950
27Lambert-Roucki, 1954-1955
28La Meri, 1947
29Landowski, Paul, undated

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261Lansdale, Nancy, 1944-1968
2Mullen, Buell, 1952-1970
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Ingo Swann. Also, there are signed photographs of Ms. Buell’s murals with personalized descriptions of work(s). As well, there is a personal account of a (confirmed) psychic vision the artist experienced. Additionally, there is a photo of the Artist working on the “Western Electric” mural; a picture reproduced in “Architectural Forum” magazine, July 1961.
3Laposky, Ben F., 1953-1977
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. Separated from this file is the artist’s book, Electronic Abstractions (1953).
4Larvie, Calvin, 1948-1962
Laurie Calvin was his Anglicized name. His Indigenous name is Umpan Hanska, or “Long Elk” of the Sioux Tribe. This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
5Lasky, Bessie, 1950-1956
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. Also, there is a signed print of the artist’s work, “The Angel Points.”
6Lassonde, Omer, 1948-1949
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper
7Lauck, Anthony, 1953
8Lawrence, Jacob, 1943-1962
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. Mr. Lawrence is a notable Harlem Renaissance artist and a recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship.
9Lazzari, Pietro, 1947-1948
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper, which includes rough art sketches.
10Learned, Arthur, 1946-1957
11Lebrun, Rico, 1948-1958
12Le Grand, Gladys, 1960-1962
13Leigh, William R., 1951-1955
14Lemieux, Jean-Paul, 1947
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. Also, there is a signed photo of the artist’s work, “Lazarus.”
15Leopold, Herbert, 1967
16Lewis, Norman, 1951-1963
17Linnquist, Hilding, 1947-1959
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
18Lipchitz, Jacques, 1935-1961
This folder contains multiple photographs of the artist’s sculptures; some signed. Also, there are personal, handwritten correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper.
19Lipman-Wolff, Peter, 1947-1951
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
20Lippold, Richard, 1956-1962
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.

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271Lipson, Goldie, 1960-1963
2Lipton, Seymour, 1945-1954
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. An acclaimed sculpture, this artist was the recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship.
3Livingston, Bert Berger, 1950-1962
4Lohmann, Erika, 1950-1959
5Lonzar, Joseph, 1948-1949
6Lopez, undated
7Lovet-Lorski, Boris, 1936-1954
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
8Lupori, Peter, 1950-1957
9Lurcat, Jean, 1948-1962
10Luther, undated
11Lutz, Dan, 1947
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. As well, there are signed phots of the artist’s work.
12Lux, Gwen, 1948
13Lydén, Edvin, 1955-1961
14Macdonald-Wright, Stanton, 1956
15Maciver, Loren, 1948
16Magers, Nina Moates, 1947
17Maharana, Sridhar, undated
18Mahier, Lois, 1949
19Mail, Helen, 1949-1951
20de Maistre, Roy, 1950-1952
21Maitra, Rathin, undated
22Maldarelli, Oronzio, 1947
23Maloba, Gregory, 1947
24Maluc, Pierre, 1947-1962
This folder contains a copy of the French journal publication, “Revue Metapsychique,” Vol. 1- N.5, julliet 1957.
25Mandel, Howard, undated
26Manessier, Alfred, 1953-1962
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.

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281Mangravite, Peppino, 1936-1960
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
2Mansur, Philippa Merry, 1949-1954
This folder contains (6) photos of the artist, circa 1952. Contained within are the artist’s writings are descriptions of psychic, clairvoyant paintings of past-life incarnations.
3Marans, Moissaye, 1947-1957
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
4Marbrook, Juanita, 1948-1972
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper, (2) personal photographs of Ms. Marbrook.
5Marcel-Lenoir, 1928-1952
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. Also, there is a copy of; L’art et les Artistes Marcel-Lenoir; Reve d’Art de France et de l’Etranger, 23 Quai Voltiare, Paris, 7.
6Margo, Boris, 1946-1956
This folder contains artist signed correspondence to Dr. Piper.
7Marshall, Ida (folder 1 of 2), 1936-1963
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. As well, there are self-described psychic, conscious messages written messages both typed and penned in the artist’s hand, she being the medium.
8Marshall, Ida (folder 2 of 2), 1936-1963
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. As well, there are self-described psychic, conscious messages written messages both typed and penned in the artist’s hand, she being the medium.
9Martin, Jean, undated
10Martin, Margaret E., 1948-1949
11Martin, Shari, 1948-1953
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. As well, there are self-described psychic, conscious messages written messages both typed and penned in the artist’s hand, she being the medium. There is also a transparency of the dedication page from Dr. Piper’s book, Hungry Eye, to Ms. Martin.

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291Masson, André, 1946-1958
2Masson, Peggy, 1957
3Matsumoto, Isamu, 1948-1960
This folder contains personal, handwritten and typed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper where intricate details of (Japanese) Shingon Buddhism are explained.
4Mazetier, Louis, 1949-1957
5McCombs, Solomon, 1948-1955
This folder contains personal, handwritten and typed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper; as well as a personal photo.
6McGregor, Mary, 1947
7McMillan, Constance, 1951
8McNeur, Lynda, 1958-1967
This folder contains personal, handwritten and typed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. Also, the book, “ Space, Time and the Spirit,” by McNeur (1959) was separated from this file and can be found in the Ingo Swann book collection.
9McPhail, Edward, 1949-1951
10Mcveigh, Blanche, 1945
11Mehra, Parmanand, 1959-1961
This folder contains personal, handwritten and typed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. As well, there are multiple original prints of his sacred renderings of the Bhagavad-Gita (Song of God), the Upanishads and Epics, which have since been published in books and featured in movies. His work was celebrated in India as unprecedented and holy. He was honored by multiple heads of state and religious leaders worldwide, including by His Holiness the Dali Lama.
12Melohs, Charles, 1947-1959
This folder contains personal, handwritten and typed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
13Meitsner, Paul, undated
14Menkes, Sigmund, undated
15Menon, K.A., 1949
16Merida, Carlos T., 1945-1947
his folder contains artist signed correspondence to Dr. Piper.
17Merriam, Harold and Scheck,Gerald, 1957-1960
This folder contains personal and written letters from both Harold Merriam and Gerald Scheck to Dr. Piper. Also included were letters from Lila Piper, analyzing the handwriting of both men. Merriam was a celebrated artist who worked with the WPA Federal Arts Project. Gerald Scheck was a celebrated painter, sculptor and innovative filmmaker. Based on correspondences between both men and Dr. Piper, Merriam and Scheck enjoyed an intimate friendship for many years.
18Merrild, Knud, 1947-1949
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
19Mesiboy, Hubert, undated
20Messinger, Marion, 1921-1987
This folder contains personal, handwritten and typed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.

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301Mestrovic, Ivan (folder 1 of 2), 1920-1962
This folder contains multiple signed photos of the artist’s sculptures. Mr. Mestrovic is the artist who sculptured the Tesla bust; with whom he was a close friend. His legacy includes memberships in the Edinburgh, Brussels, Vienna, Belgrade, Prague, Zagreb and Munich Arts and Sciences and his work is represented globally.
2Mestrovic, Ivan (folder 2 of 2), 1920-1962
This folder contains personal, handwritten and typed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
3Meyer, Fred, 1950-1951
4Michelsen, Elaine (folder 1 of 2), 1948-1961
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper as well as signed photos of the artist’s paintings.
5Michelsen, Elaine (folder 2 of 2), 1948-1961
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
6Michoutouchkine, Nicolai, undated

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311Mideros, Victor, 1944-1962
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
2Miguelito, 1944-1956
3Miles, Jeanne, 1968
This folder contains handwritten and typed, signed correspondence from the artist to Ingo Swann. Her works are in the permanent collection of the Cincinnati Art Museum and the Guggenheim.
4Milinkovic, Egon, 1955
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
5Miller, Libuse Lukas, 1951
6Miller, Shane, 1948-1949
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
7Mills, Rolland, 1949-1950
8Minette, Henri, undated
9Mintz, Harry, undated
10Mitra, B.K., 1953-1960
11Mock, Gladys, 1947
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
12Model, Elisabeth, 1950
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. Ms. Model is recognized as an important female contributor in the purviews of painting and sculpture.
13Moholy-Nagy, 1948-1950
This folder contains signed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
14Moir, Robert, 1951-1953
This folder contains signed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
15Molzahn, Johannes, 1947-1962
16Montagu, Richard J., 1949-1958
17Montaya, Franco J., 1954-1957
18Moodarriss, Fatih, 1949-1953
19Mook, Piman M., 1948-1953
20Moore, A., 1958-1959
21Moore, Henry, 1948-1959
22Moore, Philip, 1957-1972
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
23Mora, F. Luis, 1928-1936

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321Morgan, Maud, 1948
2Morpurgo, Vilna, 1948-1957
3Morris, George L.K., 1945-1949
4Morrison, Owen, 1968
5Moss, Joel, undated
6Moss, Marlow, 1956-1957
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. Also, there is a photo of the artwork with a handwritten description. A point of interest, Marlow was born with as a biological woman, but took the name “Moss” and began dressing in masculine clothing and openly living in a relationship with a woman. The letters in this folder from Dr. Piper contained the salutation, “Mr.” as the formal address.
7Motts, Alicia Sundt, 1949-1959
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
8Mouktar, 1956-1960
9Mount, Ward, 1947-1956
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. There are also several photos of various pieces of her art including handwritten descriptions. As well, there is a photo of her personal art studio.
10Muff, Orla, 1948-1949
This folder contains personal, handwritten and typed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. As well, there is a photo of the artist, along with multiple photos of his artwork. Among other honors, he is noted as the illustrator for illustrating the fairy tales of Hans Christian Andersen.
11Muir, Carole, 1960-1962
12Mukherjee, J.R., undated
13Mullican, Lee, 1954
14Mundel, Herbert, 1947-1950
15Murakami, undated
16Murdock, Cecil, undated
17Murphy, Alice Harold, 1951-1954
This folder contains signed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
18Myassar, Adnan, 1950-1959
This folder contains personal, handwritten and typed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. As well, there are (2) signed photos of the artist, along with multiple photos of his artwork.
19Nagler, Fred, 1946
20Nalbandian, Karnig, 1947-1956
This folder contains signed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
21Nash, Paul, 1951-1961
22Nebel, Otto, 1953
23Nelson, Homer, 1950
24Newall, Albert, 1958-1959
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper along with a signed photo of “Relationship of Forms in Space.”
25Newman, Barnett, 1947-1951
26Nicolosi, Joseph, undated
27Nigra, Frank, undated
28Noguchi, Isamu, 1947-1957

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331Nordfeldt, B.J.O., 1947-1949
2Nosu, Kosetsu, 1949-1960
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. Within these correspondences, Mr. Nosu provides a phenomenological description of firebombing (by The United States of America ) in Japan, whereby, “My house was burnt… and the city of Sarnath utterly destroyed.” Also, there is a Japanese newspaper featuring an article showing Mr. Nosu reading a letter from Dr. Piper (according to an English translation typed on the top of the clipping. The news copy is in Kanji.) Mr. Nosu is noted as a premier artist in Japan, especially for his depictions of Japanese Buddhism; which include frescos in major Japanese Buddhists temples.
3Nova (Hecht), 1948
4Nuala (Elsa de Brun), undated
5Nüsslein, Henrich, 1949-1955
This folder contains personal, handwritten and typed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. Also, there are (2) photos of the artist. There is a German language newspaper, “die Strasse” which features a front page picture and accompanying article regarding the Malmedy massacre trial. The paper also features an article about the artist on page 3. There are also (2) editions of, “Schwabische Illustrierte” featuring the artist’s work. Finally, a copy of the artist’s book, “ Metaphysische Malerei” was separated from this file and can be found in the Ingo Swann book collection.
6Obin, Philomé, 1949
7O’Brien, Catherine Amelia, 1947
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. Ms. O’Brain was noted as a stained glass artist whose works appear in cathedrals all over Ireland, including Christ’s Church of Dublin.
8O’Connor, William, 1947-1954
9O’Keefe, Georgia, 1930-1960
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper; as well as signed photos of her art. Ms. O’Keefe is a celebrated artist whose collections have been featured in the most prominent museums around the world.
10Okyere, J.C.O., 1950-1959
11Orlowski, Hans, 1949-1957
This folder contains personal, handwritten and typed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. Also, there is a signed etching of “Eiu gwtes Faun.”
12Orogo, Michael/Katz, Peter, 1947-1970
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. Note, Peter Katz is the father of Michael Orogo, according to personal, handwritten correspondence from Dr. Piper to Mr. Katz. Finally, a copy of the artist’s book, "Let There Be Light,” was separated from this folder and can be located in the Ingo Swann book collection within this repository.
13Orozco, José, 1943-1957
14Osborn, Daisy, 1947
15Osen, Erwin Dom, 1946-1961
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.

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341Osk, Roselle H., undated
2Ozenfant, Amédée, 1947
3Pai, Laxman, undated
4Pal, Prankrishna, 1950
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper
5Palmer, undated
6Palsikar, S.B., 1950-1963
7Parker, Marjorie (folder 1 of 2), 1949-1960
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
8Parker, Marjorie (folder 2 of 2), 1949-1960
9Paskauskas, J.A., 1947-1959
10Patamanuja, Prasong, 1953-1961
11Peavy, Pauline (folder 1 of 2), 1947-1962
12Peavy, Pauline (folder 2 of 2), 1947-1962
Ms. Peavy was a self-proclaimed psychic artist, who believed she channeled a spirit named “Lacamo,” who she claims to have met on a para-natural journey on a UFO. This folder contains numerous handwritten and typed messages and photos of her art, whereby she was the medium.

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351Peirce, Priscilla, 1954-1957
2Pereira, Rice, 1951-1959
3Perkins, Philip, 1946-1969
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
4Peterdi, Gabor, 1949-1957
5Petruccelli, Antonio, 1955
6Pettee, Paul, undated
7Peusner, undated
8Phillips, R.R., 1953-1956
9Phillipps, W.J., 1950
10Picart, Jean le Doux, undated
11Picasso, 1941-1960
12Piper, Rose, 1947
13Pithawalla, Sorab, 1956-1958
14Pogany, Willy, 1948-1955
15Pollitzer, Sigmund, 1950
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
16Pollock, Jackson, 1948-1949
17Polshek, Julie, 1954-1956
18Ponomarew, Serge (folder 1 of 2), 1950-1973
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Ingo Swann.
19Ponomarew, Serge (folder 2 of 2), 1950-1973
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. Also, there is a phot of the artist dedicated to Dr. Piper.
20Postgate, Margaret, 1954-1960
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
21Pousette-Dart, R.W., 1946-1958
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. There is also a collection of unpublished poems by Mr. Pousette-Dart. His works have been represented in countless prominent museums around the world.

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361Pouyaud, Robert, 1950-1951
2Prado, Marina, Nuñez, 1945-1962
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper, including signed and dedicated photos of some of her artwork.
3Prestopino, Gregorio, undated
4Prezzi, Wilma, 1953
This folder contains artist signed correspondence to Dr. Piper. Also, there is a photo of the artist highlighting one of her pieces.
5Probst, Joseph, 1958
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
6Provenzano, Samuel, undated
7Purani, A.B., 1962
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. Mr. Purani was a recognized religious and political figure in India, especially important in the struggle for Indian Independence from British rule.
8Quail, Ethelwyne, 1960-1968
9Quanchi, Leo, 1949
10Quesneville, Camille, undated
11Quetaque, 1954
12Racz, Andre, 1946-1948
13Radaelli, Marlo, 1948-1962
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
14Radulovic, Savo, 1955-1958
15Rafi, Samir, 1951-1958
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. Also included are two artist biographies, “ Samir Rafi et son Oeuvere (1950) and Le Message de Samir Rafi (1953).
16Rain, Charles, 1951-1955
This folder contains personal, handwritten correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
17Ramirez-Villamizar, 1950
This folder contains signed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper. He was awarded a scholarship by the Guggenheim Foundation.
18Randavel, Louis, 1950
19K.S. Ramakrishna, 1962

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371Raskin, Saul, 1958-1961
2Rasoli, undated
3Rattner, Abraham, 1947-1960
4Ray, Rudolf, 1948-1957
5Rebay, Hilla, undated
6 Red, Robin, undated
7Rednick, Herman, 1942-1961
This folder contains an inter-filed folder containing original artwork found in the Cosmic Art files created by Ingo Swann after he assumed responsibility for Dr. Piper’s collection.
8Reed, William J., 1947, undated
9Reid, James, undated
10Reindell, Edna, 1952
11Reiss, Henriette, 1947-1957
12Remick, Bertha, 1949
13Remy, Mason, 1960-1961
This file contains original, handwritten letters, wills and directives to the believers of the Baha’i Faith, penned by Remey himself; including, but not limited to actual doctrine. This is significant, as his wishes were contested by the “Hands,” leaders of the faith. The break between Remey’s followers and the Hands represent the largest schism in the history of the Baha’i faith.
14Remy, Reva (folder 1 of 2), undated
This file contains a signed volume of poetry ( Jusqu’a L’Universal, “Amour et Vie”) and (2) other journals of poetry, “Les Carnets Poetiques Nord-Africans” Noel (Christmas edition) 1958 and “Lettres et Poesie” Number 33 1957. Also, there are several mini-photos with handwritten descriptives, personal and professional. Finally, this file contains a copy of “Le Subiet,” a French news publication dated juin (June) 1957 and “Letras da provincia” a Braziallian news publication, dated January 1958.
15Remy, Reva (folder 2 of 2), undated
This file contains copies of multiple publications, listed in order of provenance: “Azure,” a publication of Tanger N. 21 Sept-Oct; “ l’heure d’etre” juin (June) 1958; Jusqu’a L’Universal, “Amour et Vie” signed, no date; “ Le Musee Vivant” juin 1960
16Renden (France), 1951
17Ricci, Edwards, undated

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381Rimsa, Petras, 1925-1958
This file contains an English- language copy of “Rustic and Popular Art in Lithuania” 1925.
2Rinkel, Fran, 1973-1975
3Ripley, Dwight, 1955
4Rischmann, Ram, undated
5Rivera, Jose de, 1956-1961
6Robineau, Adelaide Alsop, undated
7Robinson, Catherine Adair, undated
8Robus,Hugo, 1925-1935
9Roch, Paul Theodore, 1947-1949
10Roeck (de) P.P.M., 1955-1958
11Roerich, Nicholas (folder 1 of 2), undated
12Roerich, Nicholas (folder 2 of 2), undated
13Roesch, Kurr, 1937-1944
14Rolfson, Alf, 1947-1962
This file contains architectural drawings, penned by artist’s hand. Also contains booklet of the artist’s drawings titled, “Dekorasjonen I Det Hye Krematorium Oslo” 1950. Rolfsen is represented in the National Gallery of Norway with several oil paintings. His main work is the decoration of Oslo Vestre Krematorium, and he decorated churches and public buildings, such as the Oslo City Hall and Haugesund City Hall.In 1938, Rolfsen was given the task of decorating three of the walls in the Central Hall of the Oslo City Hall,where the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony has been held annually since 1990.
15Romanelli, Frank, 1949-1958
16Romano, E., undated
17Romano, Umberto, 1944-1960

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391Rommel, Eleonore von (folder 1of 3), undated
2Rommel, Eleonore von (folder 2 of 3), undated
This file contains a letter dated 26 July 1945, which references a 1920’s meeting where Adolf Hitler was the keynote speaker; during which he espoused he was a messenger for “one greater to come after him.” It further describes a riot after the meeting where 6 Jews were targeted for attack. Rommel describes breaking up the riot and allowing the Jews to escape. Also, this file contains a pre WWII map of Munchen. There is also a copy of Juwelen-Roman
3Rommel, Eleonore von (folder 3 of 3), undated
This folder includes correspondence from the artist meeting President Kennedy and the First Lady, Jacqueline Lee Kennedy. Also, there are several personal phots of the artist. Finally, there is a hair clipping the artist sent Dr. Piper, at his request.
4Rosenbauer, Wallace, undated
5Rosenberg, Samuel, undated
6Rosenkrantz, Arlid, 1950, undated
7Rossini, Lou, undated
8Roszak, Theodore, 1951-1957
9Rotchana, Phra Tep, 1948
10Rothko, Mark, undated

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401Rouault, George (folder 1 of 2), undated
2Rouault, George (folder 2 of 2), undated
3Rowe,Guy, undated
4Rowe, William, undated
5Rox, Henry, 1951,undated
6Roy, Copen, 1962-1968
This folder contains an edition of “Rhythm” magazine from India Vol XVI Num. 3. Aug. 1968
7Rudar, Dane, undated
This folder contains a publication entitled, “ Pioneer in Creative Synthesis,” by Alfred Morang (1939) Also included are several write-ups about his (ex) wife, Eya Rudar, including a signed copy of her booklet, “ Intro to Eutonics.” Vol. 1.
8Rukmini, Arundale, 1950-1957
9Rulof, Anton, 1968-1970
This folder contains correspondence between Anton and Ingo Swann regarding the artist, Josef Rulof.
10Rulof, Josef, undated
This file contains a copy of the publication “Design” October 1948.
11Russell, Morgan, 1939-1953
12Ruvolo, Felix, undated
13Ruzicskay, György, 1960-1961
14Sadagar, Raman, 1950-1955
15Salas, undated

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411Salerna, Charles, undated
2Sandy, Percy, 1952-1957
3Sargent, John, undated
This folder contains photos from “The Triumph of Religion” at Boston Public Library.
4Sarma, Bhageshwara, undated
5Saul, Chief T., 1947-1951
6Scharl, Joseph, 1946, undated
7Scheler, Armin, undated
8Schonbauer, Henry, undated
9Schrack, Joseph Earl (folder 1 of 5), 1935-1976
10Schrack, Joseph Earl (folder 2 of 5), 1935-1976
This folder contains several editions of the publication, “Light,” listed as follows: December 1950; Jan-Nov, 1951; May 1952. Also included are three editions of “The Rosicrucian Fellowship,” April 1960 and July and August 1961. Finally, there is a typed copy of “Artists in Creative Living” with several illustrations in the artist’s hand.
11Schrack, Joseph Earl (folder 3 of 5), 1935-1976
12Schrack, Joseph Earl (folder 4 of 5), 1935-1976
This folder contains multiple publications: One edition of “Caravan,” 1945; three editions of “Towards the Highest,” September-November 1949; “The Rosicrucian Fellowship.” February 1960; and “Light,” Jan-Nov. 1950.

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421Schrack, Joseph Earl (folder 5 of 5), 1935-1976
2Schwartz, Manfred, 1947, undated
3Schwartz, William, 1950-1999
4Seaweed, Willie, 1947-1948
5Sebastien, undated
6Segerstrale, Lennart, 1941-1960
7Sen, Birewar, 1923-1969
8Sengers, undated
9Servaes, 1947-1961
10Seshardi, T.S., 1950
11Shah, Ratu U., undated
12Shahn, Ben, 1947-1953
13Shankar, Uday, 1937-1955
This folder contains an original photograph of the artist performing in his dance production.
14Shawn,Ted, (folder 1 of 2), 1940-1960
15Shawn,Ted, (folder 2 of 2), 1940-1960
This folder contains a billet from the Capizo Award when the artist was the recipient (No Date Found). Also, there is a playbill from the artist’s original critically acclaimed chorographical tour, “Shawn and His Dancing Men.” Further, there are several original pictures of the artist, as well as signed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Raymond Piper.
16Shayn, 1944-1954
17Sheeler, Charles, 1946-1948
18Sherridan, Joseph M., 1950
19Shillard, 1935-1936
20Shimomura, Kanzan, 1953, undated
This name is a pseudonym for the artist’s given name, Shimomura Seizaburō.
21Siao-Yu, 1953-1962

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431Sievan, Maurice, 1945-1967
This folder contains handwritten, personal and signed correspondence from the artist.
2Sims, Alan, 1928-1963
3Sinclair, Niegel, 1956-1957
4Siporin, Mitchel, 1942-1947
5Site, Mino Delle, 1959
This folder contains personal, signed correspondence from the author to Dr. Raymond Piper.
6Sloane, Blanding, (Biography File 1 of 2. Folder 1 of 2), 1923-1974
This file folder contains negatives of original artwork photos. Also, there are numerous correspondences between Mr. Blanding and Ingo Swann. Further, in this file, there is a signed copy of Blanding Sloane’s personal credo of life, art and philosophy. Finally, there are hand-drawn lithographs.
7Sloane, Blanding, (Biography File 2 of 2. Folder 2 of 2), 1923-1974
This file folder contains the July 8, 1923 edition of “The Glitch Gardner.” Also, there are several news clippings relating Blanding Sloane’s instructing the respected artist, Wah Chung. Finally, there is a personal, signed correspondence from the author, William Brandon.
8Sloane, Branding, (folder 1 of 5), undated
This folder contains (2) copies of “Etchings and Block Prints of Blanding Sloane.”
9Sloane, Blanding, (folder 2 of 5), undated
This file folder contains sworn, notarized copies by Soane attesting to his original works of art for the States of FL and TX. Also, there are multiple negatives of photos taken of Sloane’s artwork.
10Sloane, Blanding, (folder 3 of 5), undated
This folder contains a signed portrait of the artist, dedicated to Ingo Swann, a photo of the artist working on a piece of art, hand-drawn artwork and a copy of the artist’s biography, “The Birth of Art,” (1958)

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441Sloane, Blanding, (folder 4 of 5), undated
This file contains “Community Theatres,” a publication of Architectural Record (1939). Also, there are correspondences between Blanding Sloane and General Electric Company (1938) regarding The Federal Theatre Project and the 1939 World’s Fair.
2Sloane, Blanding, (folder 5 of 5), undated
This folder contains numerous letters related to The Federal Theatre Project, specifically referring to the “Infinidome,” of which Blanding Sloane was a key designer. This folder also contains numerous correspondences relating facts about the 1939 World’s Fair, signed letters from famous architect, William Prokosch and architectural designs.
3Smith, Charles Augustus, undated
4Smith, Percy, 1948
5Sommerberg, Miriam, (folder 1 of 2), undated
This folder contains multiple handwritten letters signed by artist.
6Sommerberg, Miriam, (folder 2 of 2), undated
This folder contains a small watercolor by the artist and numerous black and white photos of the artist’s work, all signed by the artist.
7Sonnega, Auke, 1954-1960
This file contains handwritten, signed, personal correspondence from artist, signed photo of the artist in color sitting beside his artwork, a black and white photograph of the artist with a small content note and signed by the artist. There is also a small art brochure featuring the artist’s work, which is also autographed.
8Sørensen, Henrik, 1921, undated
This folder contains autographed photos of the artist’s work.
9Southworth, Helen, 1948-1950

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451Souza, Francis Newton, 1949, undated
This folder contains personal photos of the artist and handwritten, signed personal correspondence.
2Spagna, Vincent, 1939-1947
3Spencer, Stanley, 1949
4Sponenburgh, M.R., undated
5Spurance, Brenton, 1950
6Stamos, Theodoras, undated
7Starr, Lorraine, undated
8St. Denis, Ruth, 1938-1955
10Stella, Joseph, undated
11Sternberg, Harry, 1947-1948
12Stevens, Edwards John Jr., 1947-1954
This file contains handwritten, signed persona correspondence from artist as well as autographed photographs of his artwork.
13Stevenson, Branson G., 1949-1957
Includes numerous personal correspondences from artist’s personal stationary featuring various pieces of the artist’s work.
14Still, Clifford, 1947
15Stowitts, Julian, 1948-1957
16Struppeck, Jules, 1951-1963
This file contains signed, personal correspondence from the artist.
17Sullivan, Gene, undated
18Sullivan, Patrick J., undated
This was an empty folder; preserved for provenance.
19Sumner,Maud, undated
20Survage, Léopold, 1938-1963
This file contains several phots of artwork autographed by artist with his own commentary. Also included are several transparencies of artwork.

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461Su-Ta, George Wang, undated
This file contains signed, personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
2Sutton, Harry, 1937-1947
This file contains hand-written poems signed by the artist.
3Suzuki, Sakori, 1935, undated
4Svanberg, Max Walter, 1949-1950
This file contains signed photos of the artist.
5Swanz, Mary, 1947-1948
6Swarz, Sahl, 1955-1957
7Szczepkowski, Jan, 1950
8Tack, Augustus Vincent, undated
9Tagone, An, undated
10Tagore, G.N., undated
11Tahsine, Said, 1949-1961
12Takuhiro, undated
Empty folder; preserved for provenance.
13Talbot, William, 1950
14Talvik, Herman, 1948
15Talin, B.V., 1950
This folder contains signed photo of the artist’s sculpture, “In Touch With the Infinite.” Also, there are signed, personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper.
16Tamayo, Rufino, 1954-1956
17Tampy. K.P. Padmanabha, 1962-1977
18Tan, Le Kien, 1962
19Tangug, Yves, undated
20Taubes, Frederic, 1947
21Tchelitchew, undated
22Tcheng, L., undated
23Teutsch, Gertrude, 1948, undated
24Teyral, Hazel, 1954
25Thayer, Victor, undated
26Thomas, A.D., 1950
27Tilden, Bennie, 1954
28Tobey, Mark, 1949-1961
This file contains handwritten, signed personal correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
29Toda, H., 1939
30Tofel, Jennings, 1947-1952
This folder contains a signed art exhibition billet from The Artist’s Gallery, NYC.
31Toivola, Hikke, 1954
32Toledo, Jose Ray, 1948
33Tombros, Micheal, 1934, undated
34Tracy, Lois B., 1948-1968

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471Treas, Rudolf, 1946
2Tschacbqsou, Uahum, 1947
3Tsujii, Koshu, 1960-1961
This file contains a signed photo of the artist and handwritten, signed correspondence.
4Tulk, Alfred, undated
This file contains signed photos of triptychs this artist created for the Citizens Committee for the Army-Navy Inc.
5Tunnard, John, 1944-1947
6Turnbull, Grace H., 1936-1947
7Tupper, Charles Andrew, 1952-1954
This file contains (2) photos of the artist. One photo has notations from the artist explaining an (apparent) ghostly apparition in the photograph titled, “The Ghost of Captain John.” Also, there are (2) other photos with the apparition.
8Turas, Anak Agung Gde Raka, 1956-1958
9Tze-an, Yin, 1929
10Uhler, Alfred, 1947-1962
11Ulery, Vincent, 1943-1947
This file contains an original, signed sketch from the artist dedicated to Dr. Raymond Piper.
12Umlauf, Charles, 1943-1960
13Underwood, Leon, 1955-1962
This file contains handwritten, signed correspondence from the artist.
14Unknown Artists-Africa, 1955, undated
15Unknown Artists-China, 1930-1960
16Unknown Artists-India, 1949-1953
17Unknown Artists-Japan, Burma, Indonesia, 1955-1956
18Unknown Artists-Miscellaneous, 1949, undated
This folder contains the pamphlet, “A Triptych for the Armed Force” published by The Citizens Committee for the Army Navy Inc. Tough this file does not attribute the artist specifically, these works were seen in the file folder F4, “Alfred Tulk” of the Cosmic Art Collection.
19Unknown Artists-Native American, undated
20Unknown Artists-Tibet, undated
21Valenci, Henry, 1925-1962
22Valentin, (di) Louis, 1948-1951

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481Van Blarcom, Mary, undated
2Van Dooren, Edmund, 1956-1961
3Van Genechten, P. Edmond, undated
4Van Loen, Alfred, 1949-1959
This folder contains signed photo card of the artist and a first edition copy of the publication, “ Galley,” dated September 1950 featuring the artist.
5Vedova, Emilio, 1952-1960
6Vescovi, (di) Ely, 1946-1958
This folder contains personal photos of artist, sketches of artwork which include the artist’s personal philosophies on each piece. Also, there are hand-written, personal correspondences.
7Vichitr, Chaovanasanment, 1953-1960
8Vidau, Andres, 1951-1957
9Villard, Marquita, 1947-1952
10Vilas, Faith, (folder 1 of 5), 1942-1963
This folder contains a small, signed color sketch by the artist.
11Vilas, Faith, (folder 2 of 5), 1942-1963
This file contains signed and dated copies of artist poetry. Also, there is a copy of the publication, “ Sudden Poet” April 1, 1948. Finally, there is an unpublished poem, “Consuelo” dated April 13, 1948, signed by the artist.
12Vilas, Faith, (folder 3 of 5), 1942-1963
This folder contains artist’s poetry; as well as sketches with personal dedication(s). It also includes (2) photos of the artist posing next to original artwork.

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491Vilas, Faith, (folder 4 of 4), 1942-1963
This file contains many artist signed photos of the original artwork.
2Vilas, Faith, (folder 5 of 5), undated
3Villasenor, David, 1941-1962
This folder contains photos of the artist.
4Viterbo, David, 1953
5Voila, Elly, 1947-1948
6Volper, Israel, undated
7Vriendt, (de), Lewis, 1945-1957
8Whal, Bernhard, O., 1940-1956
9Walmsley, Leo, undated
10Warneke, Heinz, 1947-1948
This folder contains personal, artist signed correspondence to Dr. Piper; and a signed photo of “Mother and Child,” an original piece by the artist.
11Watkins, Franklin, undated
This folder contains a signed photo of “Crucifixion,” an original piece by the artist.
12Wauer, William, undated
13Weber, Max, 1945-1956
14Weiner, Egon, 1948, undated
15Werner, Theodor, 1932-1957
16Wertz, (Alten) Geraldine, 1957-1962

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501Wescheler, Anita, 1940-1949
This file contains personal, signed correspondence from the artist to Dr. Piper.
2Wesley, undated
Empty folder; preserved for provenance.
3Wheelock, Warren, 1930-1947
This file contains handwritten descriptions by the artist about his artwork.
4(von) Wiegand, Charmion, 1947-1959
5Wienberg, Hans, 1936-1950
6Wigman, Mary, 1950-1956
7Wiiralt, Eduard, 1935-1959
8Wilde (de), Victor, 1947-1962
9Wildt, Aldolfo, 1945-1961
This file contains the Italian publication, “Arte Moderna Itlaliana” Vol.13, 1945. Also, there is a bibliography of artwork. Finally, there are dated, signed pieces of art with the artist’s handwritten descriptions.
10Wilfred, Thomas, 1961-1963
This folder contains a photo of the artist.
11Williams, Wheeler, undated
12Wilson, Ben, 1943, undated
13Wilson, Louis, 1960-1961
14Wilson, Stanley, 1947-1950
15Wingren, Stan, undated
16Winkel, Nina, 1944-1959
This folder contains artist signed correspondence. She is featured in a permanent sculpture court at the Pittsburg State Art Museum.
17Winter, Edward, undated
This file contains photos of the artist and his wife, Thelma (also an acclaimed artist) in front of their artwork, “Christ and the Apostles.” Mr. Winter authored several books on enameling and belonged to the Cleveland school of Artists.
18Winter, Fritz, 1953-1956
19Winter, Lumen Martin, undated
This file contains a signed photograph of the artist’s work, “Atom Bomb.” His works are represented in federal buildings across the United States of America, and have been dedicated by Presidents Kennedy and Johnson.
20Wirkkala, Tapin, 1951-1960
21Witt, Curt, undated
This file contains a unique letter penned by Lila Piper (Dr. Raymond Piper’s wife and assistant on the Cosmic Art collection), a psychic who used handwriting analysis as a medium. In this letter, dated 1961 she counsels the artist (whom she has never met) regarding his mental state. A year later, the file contains a letter confirming his admittance to a state mental institution.

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511Wolf, Gustavm, 1931-1962
2Wolf, Hugel, Max, undated
3Wood-Thomas, Alan, 1946-1949
4Woodward, Cleveland L., undated
5Wrubel, Micheal, A., 1955-1956
6Wyle, Florence, undated
7Xceron, Jean, 1935-1958
This folder contains handwritten, artist-signed correspondence to Dr. Piper.
8Yamamoto, Ogetsu, 1948
9Yasua, Yukihiko, 1926-1950
The American name reflected on this folder is a pseudonym. The artist’s name is, Yasuda Shinzaburō. Also, this file contains artwork signed by the artist in Kanji.
10Yepes, Eduardo, undated
11Yimsiri, Khien, 1953-1959
This file contains signed photos of the artist’s work.
12Yoffe, Vladimir, undated
13Yokoyama, Taikwan, 1927-1962
This file contains personal, signed correspondence from famed author and archeologist, Langdon Warner.
14Yoors, Eugene, 1949-1951
This file contains personal sketches and hand-written correspondence from the artist.
15Young, Helen Dudley, 1949
16Youtseys, Warren, 1953, undated
17Yu-Han, Huan, 1946-1950
18Zarian, Frances Brook, undated
19Zeller, Rose Margret, undated
20Zimmerman, Helmut, 1958-1981
This file contains a photo of the artist. Also included; photos of artwork with the artist’s signature.
21Zorach, William, 1940-1957
22Zuby, Ozzir, (folder 1 of 2), 1951-1961
23Zuby, Ozzir, (folder 2 of 2), 1951-1961



Subseries B: Raymond Piper Miscellaneous

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521Death, undated
2Life, 1959
3Nature Forms, (folder 1 of 2), 1947-1960
4Nature Forms, (folder 2 of 2), 1947-1960
5Originals, (folder 1 of 2), undated
6Originals, (folder 2 of 2), undated
7Ritual Objects, undated
This folder contains a signed letter from Christmas Humphreys, the founder of the Buddhist Society of London (1950), as well as a photo of the shrine from their headquarters.
8Stairway to Heaven, 1947, undated
This folder contains an original black and white still shot from the 1946 movie, “A Matter of Life and Death,” re-released in the United States under the name, “Stairway to Heaven.” This film was listed by the British Film Institute’s as one of their “Best 100 British Films.” Also included is a billet from the English Speaking Union’s first command performance of the motion picture in the U.S.
9Wellness, 1959-1960
This folder contains the publication, “New Horizons,” Vol. XXVII, No.2, Winter 1960. Also included is the publication, “Canadian Journal of Public Health,” Vol. 50, Nov. 1959, Number11.
10World University, 1960-1961
This folder contains the prospectus for The World College, as well as signed letters from its founder and first President, John Zitko.



Subseries C: Raymond Piper and Ingo Swann Amalgamated Files

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5211Ascharyadharya; Aesthetic Core, 1982
12Bisttram, Emil, 1926-1982
This folder contains signed personal correspondence from the artist.
13Dottori, Gerado, 1925-1974
This folder contains a signed, dedicated photo of the artist’s work “Pittore Perugino,” hanging in the Vatican.
14Harter, Jim, (folder 1 of 4), undated

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531Harter, Jim, (folder 2 of 4), undated
This file contains (2) copies of “A Surrealist Apocalypse: Images of Darkness and Light,” an art biography published by the artist.
2Harter, Jim, (folder 3 of 4), undated
This folder contained a signed copy of, “Journeys in the Mythic Sea,” which was separated and added to the Ingo Swann book collection in this repository.
3Harter, Jim, (folder 4 of 4), undated
This folder contains a 3 x 5 floppy disc drive containing a summary of the Cosmic Art collection after Mr. Harter too over the organizational task from Ingo Swann. Also, this file contains a printed copy of summary. Finally, this foldere contains hand-drawn artwork, untitled.
4Janin, Louise, (folder 1 of 3), undated
5Janin, Louise, (folder 2 of 3), undated
This folder contains signed photo of artist, as well as several signed photos of artwork, listed as follows: “Le Martien,” “The Emperor Mu Way”and the “Royal Mother of the World”, “Gabriel et Caliban” and “Krishna.”
6Janin, Louise, (folder 3 of 3), undated
This file contains a signed copy of, “La Transmutation de la Matiere en Espirit.” (1957), Also, there is a small artist biography.
7Jonsson, Einor, 1930-1973
This file contains (2) Ingo Swann signatures written on his personal stationary.
8Jonson, Raymond, 1937-1968

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541Krebs, Columba (Piper File), 1952-1961
This folder contains an artist biography titled, “The Mysteries of Human Nature.” Also, there is a signed card featuring the artists’ work, “The Tree of Character.” Finally, this file also contains a copy of the publication, “The Clarion Call,” Issue Two, Summer 1960
2Krebs, Columba, (Swann File 1 of 2), undated
This folder contains many artist signed photos of artwork. Also, there is a copy of the publication, “The Clarion Call,” Issue 1, Vol 1 March 1960
3Krebs, Columba, (Swann File 2 of 2), undated
This folder contains the following (undated) publications from Symbolart Co.; “A Way-Out Trip Into the Cosmic Mysteries,” “Essence of Oahspe: A History of Spiritual Planes,” written by Dr. John B. Newbrough
4List of Cosmic Artists, (folder 1 of 2), undated
5List of Cosmic Artists, (folder 2 of 2), undated
This folder contains a 3x5 floppy disc with the label, “Prepared by J. Harter.”
6Oberhueber, Konrad, 1980
7O’Murnaghan, Art, (folder 1 of 2), undated
This folder contains (2) photos of the artist, one with his sons, both dated 1950. Also, there is a signed photo of his artistic creation, “Destiny Page.” Of historical significance, this folder contains numerous personal correspondences from the artist to Dr. Piper revealing information regarding Ireland’s on-going process of an Independent Republic, including, but limited to the conflict of North Ireland. These letters specifically mention the I.R.A., Sinn Fein and Eamonn de Valera. Similar correspondence of this artist can be found in The National Library of Ireland, noted for both the importance of the artist and the span and scope of historical import.
8O’Murnaghan, Art, (folder 2 of 2), undated
This folder contains handwritten key codes of the artist’s use of symbolism in his vellum illustrations featured in “Book of Resurrection.” The titles include: “Destiny Page,” The Erie Page,” “The Padraig Pearse Page,” and the “Terence MacSwiney Page.”
9Pelton, Agnes, (folder 1 of 3), 1929-1989
This folder contains signed personal correspondence from Ingo Swann.
10Pelton, Agnes, (folder 2 of 3), 1929-1989
This folder contains a signed photo of artist and her studio, as well as signed photos of artwork.
11Pelton, Agnes, (folder 3 of 3), 1929-1989
This folder contains a copy of the artist’s handwritten, “Statement of Intention Abstract Paintings.”

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551Piper, Lila, (folder 1 of 3), undated
2Piper, Lila, (folder 2 of 3), undated
This file contains a “grapho-analysis” of Ingo Swann by Mrs. Piper. Also included are (2) Ingo Swann signatures signed on letters to Mrs. Piper.
3Piper, Lila, (folder 3 of 3), undated
4Piper, Raymond, (folder 1 of 12, CA Artist Index), undated
5Piper, Raymond, (folder 2 of 12, CA Piper Manuscript), undated
This folder includes (2) cross-files from Ingo Swann’s organizational system that contains Dr. Piper’s Prospectus and Intro to Cosmic Art.
6Piper, Raymond, (folder 3 of 12, “Hungry Eye”), undated
7Piper, Raymond, (folder 4 of 12, “Hungry Eye”), undated
8Piper, Raymond, (folder 5 of 12, “Hungry Eye Outlines”), undated
9Piper, Raymond, (folder 6 of 12, Miscellaneous), undated
10Piper, Raymond, (folder 7 of 12, Record Book), undated

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561Piper, Raymond, (folder 8 of 12, Suspense file of Raymond Piper), undated
2Piper, Raymond, (folder 9 of 11, Texts gone through), undated
3Piper, Raymond, (folder 10 of 12, Texts gone through), undated
4Piper, Raymond, (folder 11 of 12, Texts, misc.), undated
5Piper, Raymond, (folder 12 of 12, Texts, misc.), undated
6Photos, undated
7Prospectus, “Cosmic Art,”, 1961
8Schweitberger, Dieter, 1964
9Unlabeled, Miscellaneous, undated



Subseries D: Ingo Swann’s Cosmic Art Files

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571Literary Permissions, A-B-C, 1957-1963
2Literary Permissions, D-E-F, 1962-1963
3Literary Permissions, G-H-I, 1962-1963
4Literary Permissions, J-K-L, 1955-1974
5Literary Permissions, M-N-O, 1962-1963
6Literary Permissions, P-Q-R, 1962-1963
7Literary Permissions, S-T, 1962-1963
8Literary Permissions, U-W-V, 1963-1968
9Literary Permissions, X-Y-Z, 1947-1963
10Miscellaneous, A-B-C, 1954-1977
11Miscellaneous, D-E-F, 1930-1968
12Miscellaneous, G-H-I, 1952-1970
This folder contains “The Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research”; Volume XLII, April 1948, Number 2.
13Miscellaneous, J-K-L, undated
14Miscellaneous, M-N-O, 1947-1973
15Miscellaneous, P-Q-R, 1950-1968
16Miscellaneous, S-T, 1960-1963
17Miscellaneous, U-V-W, 1962-1976
18Miscellaneous, X-Y-Z, undated
Empty folder, preserved for provenance.

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581Separations and Transparencies, A-B-C, undated
2Separations and Transparencies, D-E-F, undated
3Separations and Transparencies, G-H-I, undated
4Separations and Transparencies, J-K-L, undated
5Separations and Transparencies, M-N-O, 1957, undated
6Separations and Transparencies, P-Q-R, undated
Empty folder; preserved for provenance.
7Separations and Transparencies, S-T, undated
8Separations and Transparencies, U-V-W, undated
9Separations and Transparencies, X-Y-Z, undated
Empty folder; preserved for provenance.



Subseries E: Personal files of Ingo Swann

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5810Anthrosophical Society, 1960-1961
This folder contains (3) copies of the publication, “Triad.” This includes (1) copy of Volume Two, Number One and (2) copies of Volume Two, Number Two.
11Art Group, undated
14Brady, 1960
15Bisttram, undated
16Color,(folder 1 of 2), undated
17Color, (folder 2 of 2), undated

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591Color, Dottori, 1968
This folder contains a copy of the art bibliography, “Dottori,” written in Italian.
2Cosmic Art, Expenses, 1946-1968
3Cosmic Art, Legal, 1964-1968
4Cosmic Art, List of Artist, 1962
5Cosmic Art, Prospectus, 1968
This folder contains beautifully bound copy of original art for the prospectus
6Cosmic Art, Prospectus-Swann, undated
7Cosmic Art Reviews, undated
8Dittori, Geraldo, 1954-1970
9Hechelman, undated
10Indexes, 1959, undated
11Insets, undated
12Interpretations, 1919-1962
13Kay, undated
14Mahley, Sylvia, undated
15Mark Age, 1968-1970
16Meader, 1965
17Musicalists, 1973
18Paetz, undated
19Publishers, 1958-1966

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601Publication, 1957-1967
2Rose, Sylvia, 1971-1977
This folder contains a matted print of artwork by Ms. Rose.
3Sarma, undated
Empty folder; preserved for provenance.
4Sati, Denise, 1974-1975
5Swann, Ingo (Cosmic Art), undated
6Swann, Ingo Carlton College Lecture on Cosmic Art, 1972
7Swann, Ingo, Correspondence, 1972-1981
This folder contains a letter typed by Swann to “Sandra” whereby he explains his passion for and involvement with “Cosmic At.” His valediction was, “Ingo Bingo,” and he hand-signed, “Ingo.”
8Swann, Ingo, Old Labels, 1961-1986
This folder contains a comprehensive list of Ingo Swann’s artwork, arranged as labels.
9Slide Lecture, Cosmic Art, 1974, undated
10Slideshow, Cosmic Art, 1975
11Slideshow; Expenses, Cosmic Art, 1975-1977
12Turchuk, undated
13Van de Bogart, William, 1976-1977
 

Series II: SRI files

approx. 27.81 linear ft. (65 boxes, 1 map folder)
Processing of the SRI files is ongoing.
This series does not contain the entirety of Ingo’s research work with SRI. Other materials are in forthcoming research files series.

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11SRI Consulting Contract - Ingo Swann, 1972
2Correspondence - Central Premonition Registry - Robert D. Nelson, Circa 1972
3Loose Materials - Notes and Press Clippings, 1972
4SRI Research Proposal Draft - “Psychoenergetic Phenomena”, 1973
5Magazine - “Saturday Review World”, 1973
6SRI Report - 8 Month Project, 1973
7Scanext - Remote Viewing Notes, 1973
8S-73 Telepathy Exps. - Experiment Trial Data, 1973
9S-73 Laser Exps. - Experiment Trial Data, 1973
10Scanate - Experiment Notes and Data, 1973
11Scanex - Remote Viewing Notes, 1973-1984
12S-73 PK Exps - Psychokinesis Experiment Trial Data, 1973
13S-73 Photon Series - Experiment Trial Data (folder 1 of 2), 1973
14S-73 Photon Series - Experiment Trial Data (folder 2 of 2), 1973
15S-73 Cannister Exps. - Experiment Trial Notes and Data, 1973

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21S-73 Container Exps. - Experiment Trial Data (folder 1 of 2), 1973
2S-73 Container Exps. - Experiment Trial Data (folder 2 of 2), 1973
3Research Notes - “The Possible Marxist Orientation of the AHA”, 1973
4Correspondence - Altered State of Consciousness Transcript - Brendan O’Regan, 1973
5SRI Consultant Invoices, 1973
6Correspondence - General, 1973
7Correspondence - Bill Roll, 1973
8SRI Memos and Research notes, 1973
9Correspondence - Janet Mitchell, 1973
10Predictions - Press Clippings and Correspondence, Circa 1976
11Financial Notes, 1973
12Loose RV Notes, 1973
13Prophecy Project, 1973
14Correspondence and Press Clippings - Cleve Backster, 1973
15ASPR Prophecy Project - Gertrude Schmeidler Cases, 1973
16Correspondence - Gertrude Schmeidler, 1973

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31Note for the Record - Ingo Swann Statement on Psychic Ability, 1973
2“Scientological Techniques: A Modern Paradigm for the Exploration of Consciousness and Psychic Integration” Ingo Swann paper presented at the First International Congress of Parapsychology and Psychotronics, Prague, 1973
3S-73 First CRV Exp, 1973
4Sub-surface ESP Experiment Report - Prepared for W.W. Keeler, 1973
5S-74 “Noise” Discovery, 1974
6S-74 Swann RV Progress Report, 1974
7S-74 Copy, Cargo Cult Science, Richard. D. Feynman, 1974
8S-74 Elgin/Swann Dialogue - Transcript and Report, 1974
9S-74 Research Notes, 1974
10S-74 Correspondence - Harold Puthoff, 1974
11S-74 Final Report - “Development of Techniques to Enhance Man/Machine Communication” - Russell Targ, Phyllis Cole, Harold Puthoff, 1974
12Scanate 1974 - Experiment Data, 1974
13Correspondence - 1974, 1974
Folder includes correspondence from J. B. Rhine.
14Prophecy Project Notes, 1974
15Paper Draft - “A Personal View of ESP” - Ingo Swann, 1974
16Mercury Extrasensory Probe Notes, 1974
17ASPR-74 Prophecy Project (folder 1 of 2), 1974
18ASPR-74 Prophecy Project (folder 2 of 2), 1974

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41Correspondence - Consultation and Interview Services, 1975
2S-75 Psychological Testing, 1975
3S-75 RV S. Barbara - “Reanalysis of UCSB Remote Viewing Experiments”, Circa 1982
4S-75 Correspondence - Harold Puthoff, 1975
5Correspondence, 1975
6S-75 Research Paper Drafts, 1975
7S-75 Press Clippings, Circa 1975-1976
8Speech - Charles Horton “Eighteenth Annual Parapsychological Association Presidential Address”, 1975
9Memorandum - ASPR Prophecy Project Review “Twitchell/Swann Precognition Experiment”, 1975 February 8
10Tymshare Manual - Institute for the Future “Planet-1 User Guide”, 1975
11Alpha Minerals, 1975
12Correspondence - Harold Puthoff, 1976
13SRI Remote Viewing Trial Notes, 1980
14SRI Trial Data - Shape and Letter Recognition, 1976
15CRV Development Research Clues, 1976
16Correspondence, 1976
17S-76-77 - Correspondence, 1976

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51S-76-77 - Research Drafts and Notes, 1976
2S-76 SW Mono “Learning + Extinction” - Research Paper Copy, 1976
3Isochromatic Plates 76 - RV Trial Data, 1976
4Series O - R.O. Experiment Cards, 1976
5Series O - R.O. Experiment Trial Data, 1976
6SRI Research Paper - “Remote Sensing Experiments from March to August 1976”, 1976 September
7SRI RV Research Trial Data Notes, 1976
8Correspondence - Jacques Vallee, 1976
9Correspondence - Charles T. Tart, 1976
10S-76 - Journal Article Excerpts, 1976
11Correspondence - Scientology Celebrity Centre, 1976
12SRI Consulting Contract - Ingo Swann, 1976 May
13Department of Defense Personnel Security Questionnaire, 1976
14Media - Press Release - SRI Remote Viewing, 1976
15Press Clippings - CIA and Soviet Psychic Research, 1977
16Correspondence - Christopher Little and John Wilhelm, 1977
17Correspondence, 1977
18SRI Contract and Correspondence, 1977
19Report - Foreign Technology Division - “Procedure and Results of an Experimental Check of the Possibilities for Telepathic Communication”, 1977
20Correspondence - “Mind Reach”, 1977
21SRI Research Paper - IEEE National Convention, “Direct Perception of Remote Geographical Locations”, 1977
22S-77 - Parapsychological Association Member Roster, 1977
23S-77 - CSICOP Papers and Correspondence - Humanist Critique of Parapsychology and Anonymous Response, 1977
24Presentation Research - Harold E. Puthoff - “Research in Psychoenergetics”, 1977
25Deepquest - Contact Information, 1977
26Media - Interview Transcript - Paul Bannister and Russel Targ, 1977

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61Loose Materials, 1978
2S-78 - SW Monograph #1 “Psychic Window”, 1978
3S-78 Bilateral Experiments - Trial Data, 1978
4S-78 - Trial Data Correspondence, Press Clippings, Misc., 1978
5S-78 Miscellaneous, 1978
6S-78 Banquet Talk - Ingo Swann “The Threat of Possible Psychic Techniques In Future Conflicts”, XVII U.S. Army Operations Research Symposium, 1978
7U.S. Army Lecture - Invitational Travel Orders and AORS XVII Information, 1978
8Tart Experiment Trial Data, 1978
9Tart Experiment Transcripts - Hella Hammid, 1978
10Memorandum - The Psychoenergetics Project at SRI International, 1978
113-B Experiment Trial Cards, 1978
123-A-1 Experiment Trial Cards, 1978

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713-A Experiment Trial Cards, 1978
2New Targets - Trial Data, 1978
33-D Experiment Trial cards, 1978
43-C Experiment Trial Cards, 1978
5S77-78 Correspondence, Press Clippings, Notes, 1977-1978
6Loose Correspondence, 1978
7SRI Research Papers - Mini Targets, 1979
8S-79 - SRI Memos and Correspondence, 1979
9Directory of the American Right, 1979
10S-79 - Correspondence and Research Papers, 1979
11S-79 - Research Trial Data, 1979
12Loose Correspondence - Ruth H. Brod, 1979
13Consulting Contract, 1979
14S-80 3 Year Program - Procedural Manual and Content Outline - “3-YR Joint Services Psychoenergetics Program”, 1980
15S-80 - Correspondence, Memos, Etc., 1980
16S-80 - Correspondence, Memos, Research Papers, 1980
17S-80 - Journal with Notes - Spiritual Frontiers Volume XII Number 3, 1980
18SRI Consulting Contract, 1980
19Correspondence - SRI Project Management, 1980

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81Loose Papers - Foreign Technology Division Nature Journal (Selected Articles) and Notes, 1981
2Loose Papers - Journal Excerpts and Press Clippings, 1981
3S-81 Dec Swann Briefing - Presentation Draft, 1981
4Geomagnetic - Research Files, Press Clippings, Correspondence, 1981
5SRI Project and Funding Correspondence, Memos, Press Clippings, 1981
6Memos and Correspondence - SRI Training Procedures and Funding, 1981
7SRI Contract Draft - Julia Turchuk, 1981
8CRV Stage One Trial Data - Julia Turchuk, 1981
9Media, Psicops, Misc - Press Clippings, 1981
10Loose Journal Article - Parapsychology Review - “Parapsychology in Contemporary China”, 1981
11CIA Background - “Outline of CIA Project on ESP”, 1981
12S-81 Misc - Press Clippings and Journal Excerpts, 1981

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91Loose Research Notes, 1981
2SRI Consulting Contract - Ingo Swann, 1981
3Loose Papers - Advanced Sciences Advisory Journal, 1982 March-April
4Loose Papers - Press Clippings and Journal Articles, 1982
5Loose Papers - Memo - “G.F. Contract Work”, 1982
6Department of Defense Annual Report to Congress - Caspar W. Weinberger, Secretary of Defense, 1982
7Correspondence - S-4 Confirmed, 1982
8Corres, Memos Etc. - SRI Consulting Contract - Ingo Swann, 1982
9Corres, Memos Etc. - SRI Research Notes, Correspondence, Press Clippings, 1982
10Loose Papers - SRI Concept Paper - “Political and Other Implication of Expanded Belief Structures” - Richard P. Clayburg, 1983
11Loose Papers - Newsletter - Christian Anti-Communism Crusade - Vol 23., No. 8, 1983
12Loose Papers - Press Clippings, 1983
13S-83 Memos/Corros - TYMNET Correspondence and Instructions, 1983
14S-83 Memos/Corros - Contract Negotiation Memos and Correspondence - Harold E. Puthoff, 1983
15S-83 Memos/Corros - Consulting Contract - Ingo Swann, 1983
16S-83 Memos/Corros - Project Planning Memos and Correspondence, 1983
17S-83 Trainees’ Gift - Sketches - “The ‘Idea’ of Ingo, a Gift of Appreciation from his Admirers”, 1983
18S-83 Briefing Art Work, 1983
19S-83 CRV 3-Year Report Draft (folder 1 of 2), 1983

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101S-83 CRV 3-Year Report Draft (folder 2 of 2), 1983
2S-83 CRV Background Docs etc. - “CRV 3-Year Report” Notes and Research, 1983
3S-83 CRV 3-Year Report - Final, 1983
4S-83 Literature Search, 1983
5S-83 Lecture Transcript, 1983
6S-83 Misc - Research Notes, 1983
7S-83 Misc - SRI Annual Security Reindoctrination, 1983
8S-83 Bio-geomag Proposal Rejected, 1983
9S-83 Memos Corros Etc. - Psyops Speech Defense 83, Def. & Foreign Affairs, 1983
10S-83 Memos Corros Etc. - Correspondence, 1983
11S-83 Memos Corros Etc. - Research Notes and Press Clippings, 1983

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111S-83 Memos Corros Etc. - Budget Notes, 1983
2S-83 Memos Corros Etc. - SRI Consulting Contract, 1983
3SRI Explanatory Document Concerning the Origins of Objections to PSI, an In-House Working Paper, 1983
4Julia-Em - Experiment Trial Data, 1984
5Ingo-Em - Experiment Trial Data, 1984
6Analytics First Phase - Experiment Trial Notes and Data, 1984 September
7Analytics First Phase - Graphs, 1984 September
8Analytics First Phase - Experiment Trial Notes and Data (folder 1 of 2), 1984 October
9Analytics First Phase - Experiment Trial Notes and Data (folder 2 of 2), 1984 October
10Analytics First Phase - Experiment Trial Data, 1984 November
11Green Blue 1984 - Analytics Research Notes, 1984
12Numerics Training Data, 1984
13Slayer Legal Suit, 1984

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121Stage Completions RVT, 1983-1984
2USSR Research, 1984
3SRI Consulting Contract - Ingo Swann, 1984
4Paper Draft - “A Possible Resolution to the RV Search Problem” - Paul H. Smith, 1984
5CRV Training Correspondence, 1984
6CRV Research Notes, 1984
7SRI Consulting Contracts, 1984
8Electronic Spying, undated
9Daily Prediction Results, 1985
10SRI Consulting Contract, 1985
11RV Experiment Trial Data, 1985
12Analytics Experiment Trial Data (folder 1 of 2), 1985 April-August
13Analytics Experiment Trial Data (folder 2 of 2), 1985 April-August

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131Memos/Corres - Correspondence and Press Clippings, 1985
date error on the folder title, 1985 accurate.
2Analytics Experiment Correspondence, 1986
3Analytics Long Distance Notes, 1986
4Analytics Experiment Trial Data for Dr. Ed May, 1986 January-March
5Analytics Experiment Trial Data (folder 1 of 2), 1986
6Analytics Experiment Trial Data (folder 2 of 2), 1986
7Analytics Experiment Trial Data, 1987 January-March
8Long Distance Analytics Trial Data, 1987 March-October

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141Correspondence and Research Papers, 1987
2Los Alamos RV Experiment Trial Data (folder 1 of 2), 1987-1988
3Los Alamos RV Experiment Trial Data (folder 2 of 2), 1987-1988
4Formal Analytics Test - Trial Data, 1987-1988
5Analytics Final Formal Report for Dr. Ed May, 1987-1988
6S-88 Analytic Targets, 1988
7Security Debrief, 1988
8Analytics Misc - Correspondence and Press Clippings, 1988
9SRI Consulting Contract, 1989
10Correspondence, 1989
11Press Clippings, 1989

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151Correspondence, 1990
2Press Clippings, 1990
3Correspondence and Press Clippings, 1992
4Press Clippings, 1991
5Correspondence - Linda Seebach - “Opening to the Infinite: Human Multidimensional Potential” Feedback, 1996
6Manuscript - “Opening to the Infinite: Human Multidimensional Potential” - Alice Bryant and Rev. Linda Seebach MSW (folder 1 of 2), 1996
7Manuscript - “Opening to the Infinite: Human Multidimensional Potential” - Alice Bryant and Rev. Linda Seebach MSW (folder 2 of 2), 1996
 

Series III: Alphabetical files

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161American Prophecy Project - Correspondence (folder 1 of 2), 1989-1991
2American Prophecy Project - Correspondence (folder 1 of 2), 1989-1991
3American Prophecy Project - Newsletter Drafts (folder 1 of 2), 1989-1990
4American Prophecy Project - Newsletter Drafts (folder 2 of 2), 1989-1990
5American Prophecy Project - Drafts, “Complete Record of All The Predictions and Forecasts Issued by the APP,” (folder 1 of 2), 1989-1990
6American Prophecy Project - Drafts, “Complete Record of All The Predictions and Forecasts Issued by the APP,” (folder 2 of 2), 1989-1990

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171American Prophecy Project - Newspaper Clippings, 1989
2American Prophecy Project - Misc., 1969-1988
3Cranston, Sylvia, 1993
4Crow, Trammell, 1977-1984
5Csere, Tom (folder 1 of 2), 1982-1995
6Csere, Tom (folder 2 of 2), 1982-1995
7Chollet, Jacotte, 1996-1999

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181Da Silva, Raul, 1986-1992
2Daniel, Charles, 1995
Includes Psi-Tech CRV Training manual
3Drake, Raymond, 1977-1983
4Durant, Robert J., 1992-1996
5Ehrenwald, Jan, 1975-1977
6Ellison, Arthur J., 1978-1995
7Eltringham, Hana, 1969-1970
8Emery, Monica, 1990-1991
9Feninger, Mario, 1969-1971
10Fix, William, undated
11Galde Press, 1992-1993
12Girvin, Calvin, 1994

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191Gittelson, Bernard, 1988-1989
2Goodrich, Joyce, 1993-1996
3Green, Elmer (folder 1 of 2), 1983-2001
4Green, Elmer (folder 2 of 2), 1983-2001
5Greer, Steven, 1994-1996
6Halpern, Carl, 1982-1983
7Handler, Bill (folder 1 of 2), 1985-1989
8Handler, Bill (folder 2 of 2), 1985-1989

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201Hansen, George, 1985-1996
2Harary, Keith, 1987-1991
3Harman, Willis W., 1972-1974
4Hartley Film Foundation, Circa 1990
5Hitler, 1983
Folder contains clippings only
6Homoerotic, undated
Folder contains clippings only
7Howe, Linda Moulton, 1992
8Hollister, Juliet, 1995
9Hubbard, L. Ron - clippings and publications, 1951-1987
10Hubbard, L. Ron - correspondence, 1969-1979

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211Hummel and RV Targets, 1988
2Hunt, Jean (folder 1 of 2), 1990-1994
3Hunt, Jean (folder 2 of 2), 1990-1994
4Hunter, James, 1974-1975
5Imich, Alexander, 1991-1994
6Inglis, Brian, 1994
7Jahn, Robert G., 1982-1985
8Jentzsch, Yvonne, 1969-1977

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221Jochmans, Joseph Robert, 1986-1995
2Joyce, Tom, 1978-1995
3Jurka, Edith, 1993
4Kahata, Masahiro, 1992
5Katz, Norman, 1993
6Keeler, W.W., 1974-1977
7Kellogg, E.W., 1986-1997
8Levin, Hank, 1993
9Lindbergh, Charles, 1995
Folder contains clippings only
10L’Oiseau Blanc (folder 1 of 2), 1985-1988
11L’Oiseau Blanc (folder 2 of 2), 1985-1988
12Marlys, 1988
13Marrs, Jim, 1993-1994

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231Martin, Sandra, 1991-1996
2May, Ed, 1990-1997
3McConnel, Robert, 1990-1993
4McMaster, John, 1969-1985
5McMoneagle, Joe, 1997
6McNear, Tom, 1986-[1993]
7Milner, Dennis, 1973-1976
8Monroe, Robert A., 1993
9Mitchell, Janet, 1993-1994
10Morehouse, David, 1995-1996
11New Frontiers, 1990
12Nicolaisen, Edith, 1968-1970
13Neyland, Jim, 1972-1973
14Old, undated
15Peterson, Terrence, 1995
16Phantom Limb, 1992-1993
17Prophet, E.C., 1990
18PSI-TECH, 1990-1992
19Psychic Film Festival, 1975

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241Pyramid-Dolphin, 1973-1991
2Radin, Dean, 1993-1999
3Ring, 1990
4Robins, Clarence, 2000
5Roddenberry, Gene, 1977
6Roll, Bill, 1994-1995
7Roosevelt, Edith Kermit, 1985
8Rossner, John (folder 1 of 2), 1987-1992
9Rossner, John (folder 2 of 2), 1987-1992
10Rotstain, Jake, 1977-1978
11Said-West, Boris, 2002

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251Schmidt, Helmut-PK, 1990-1992
2Schnabel, Jim, 1992-1996
3Schwartz, Stephan, 1973-2003
4Sheldrake, Rupert, 1993-1994
5Sherman, Harold (folder 1 of 2), 1972-1995
6Sherman, Harold (folder 2 of 2), 1972-1995
7Shirazee, The Princess Lucy, 1991-1994
8Strange, James F., 1990
9Strong, R.A., 1982-1989
10Surrealists of New York, 1983-2003
11Taylor, Eldon, 1991

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261Thomas, David (folder 1 of 2), 1993-1996
2Thomas, David (folder 2 of 2), 1993-1996
3Thorsteinn, Einar, 1996
4Tiller, William A. (folder 1 of 2), 1991-2000
5Tiller, William A. (folder 2 of 2), 1991-2000
6Trevino, Steven, 1995-2000

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271Truzzi, Marcello, 1981-1989
2Tucker, Earl, 1993
3Unibomber, 1995-1996
Folder contains clippings only
4Untitled Rose Tascher and Napoleon French Revolution Project (folder 1 of 2), undated
5Untitled Rose Tascher and Napoleon French Revolution Project (folder 2 of 2), undated
6Velikovsky, Immanuel, 1973-1983
7Victorian, Arment, 1993-1996
8Wagner, Raymond, 1992-1993
9Washburn, Don, 1988
10Watts, Robert, 1993
11Wildbank, Victoria and Charles, 1993-1994
12Wolf, Bill, 1969-1971
13Wong, Li, 1996-1997
14Wood, Ryan, 1993-1994
15Yoh, 1985-1996
16Yurth, 1996-1997
 

Series IV: Chronological files

Item level inventory in process.



Correspondence 1975

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281118 Nov 1975 handwritten letter to Swann from Mrs. Gerard Beckwith (one leaf), 1975
1228 Nov 1975 typed letter to Swann from David V. Tansley, D.C., regarding Swann's artwork, Command of Power, appearing in Tansley's book, Subtle Body (one leaf), 1975
133 Dec 1975 typed letter from [Swann] to Dr. Tansley [David V. Tansley], responding with the symbolic interpretation of his own painting, Command of Power (one leaf), 1975
14[undated] handwritten letter to [Swann] from Ben. A. Curtit with envelope addressed to Swann care of Gertrude Schmeidler (one leaf, one envelope), 1975
152 Dec 1975 typed letter to Swann from Marian Pullen, of J.G. Ferguson Publishing Company regarding use of Swann’s artwork in a book entitled, Mystic Voyages, (one leaf), 1975
164 Dec [1975] typed letter to Swann from Allison Arthur of the Paranormal Phenomenon Research Cooperative, requesting recommendations for biofeedback equipment and research related materials (one leaf), 1975
175 Dec 1975 typed letter to Swann from Thad Wilson of the Institute for the Future requesting he complete a survey related to “PLANET” and the effects of computer conferencing usage (one leaf), 1975
18[undated] check stub for invoice dated December 16, 1975, indicating airfare and honorarium payment amount (one leaf), 1975
1930 Dec 1975 typed letter with some handwriting to Ingo [Swann] from Bob Zelman regarding the Journal of Experiential Philosophy (one leaf), 1975
110[undated] handwritten Christmas Card to Ingo [Swann] from Bill & Jean [last name unknown] thanking Swann for his accurate prediction regarding research money to be used for a program at Stanford (one leaf), 1975



Correspondence 1976

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28215 Jan 1975 [1976] handwritten letter from Lola & Gusty [Mr. & Mrs. G Swann] to Douglas [Swann] regarding life in Telluride Colorado with the hippies and updates on family members (three leaves, one envelope dated 5 Jan 1976 from Mr. & Mrs. G Swann), 1976
221 Jan 1976 typed note from Marian Nester to Ingo [Swann] inviting Swann to a gathering at her apartment to meet the business associates (one leaf), 1976
235 Jan 1976 handwritten letter and drawing from Barbara Hillstrom to Ingo Swann regarding their similar intuitive experiences and how she found Ingo through Stanley Kripner (two leaves)., 1976
247 Jan 1976 typed letter from Greg Marasco to Mr. Swann requesting more information about Ingo’s out of body experiences (one leaf), 1976
259 Jan 1976 disbursement voucher from the Church of Scientology of Boston to Ingo Swann for FSM Commission in the amount of $30.00 (one leaf), 1976
2612 Jan 1976 typed letter from Peter Brown, from the UK, to Ingo Swann c/o Stanford Research Institute requesting that Ingo help contact SRI researchers regarding his own intuitive abilities. (2 leaves), 1976
2717 Jan 1976 handwritten letter from Paul to Ingo [Swann], stating he misses Ingo and wishes to hear from him soon. (one leaf), 1976
2827 Jan 1976 handwritten letter from John Taylor, [mathematics professor at University of London King’s College] to Mr. Swann in response to Ingo’s letter, assuring Ingo that he does not consider his work a threat but rather respects him. (one leaf), 1976
293 Feb 1976 typed note to Russell from [Swann] stating the requested photo is enclosed to be used for a book and should be credited to Julia Turchuk in New York. (one leaf), 1976
2105 Feb 1976 typed note to Bill from Ingo (assumed, unsigned) graciously turning down Bill's project. (one leaf), 1976
2115 Feb 1976 typed letter to Mr. Whitson from Ingo Swann responding to Whitson’s letter regarding the idea for a book about the remote viewing experiments that Harold Sherman and Ingo have done of Jupiter, Mercury and Mars. Ingo proposes the books would include work on the planets by other psychics along with illustrations of psychic views of the planets. (one leaf), 1976
21216 Feb 1976 handwritten letter from Tom Perkins of El Paso, Texas to Mr. Hammond regarding Hammond's book which mentions Ingo Swann’s connection with The Red Feather Gas and Oil Company. Mr. Perkins states he is satisfied, from dowsing, that he has a large oil field but is finding it futile to try to interest anyone in the oil industry and therefore hopes Mr Swann will take an interest (3 leaves), 1976
21320 Feb 1976 handwritten letter entitled A partial history of myself (unknown) from Nancy S. Cowan to Ingo Swann in which she describes her psychic experiences and thanks him for his book, To Kiss the Earth Goodbye (7 leaves, 1 envelope), 1976
21424 Feb 1976 typed Letter from Paxton Robey to Ingo Swann regarding an article Ingo is attempting published of American Way Magazine. (1 leaf), 1976
21525 Feb 1976 handwritten memo from Chris [C. Dl Jensen] to Ingo [Swann] regarding an enclosed check for an upcoming meeting and “sad facts about theta 1” (1 leaf), 1976
21625 Feb 1976 typed letter with remote viewing sketches from Peter Brown, responding to Swann’s letter, in which he provides samples of his “space work”. He also mentions a UK citizen who claims he has developed a space vehicle that will carry a thousand of two thousand of people into space. (3 leaves), 1976
2171 March 1976 typed note from David Hammond, Publisher, to Mr. Tom Perkins, Dowser, informing him that his letter has been forwarded to Ingo Swann (one leaf), 1976
2181 March 1976 typed letter from Elizabeth Campbell, Ph.D, Director of Admissions of the Humanistic Psychology Institute to Ingo Swann. Dr. Campbell advises that Stanley Krippner has given her Ingo’s letter for application to their doctoral program, and that he must document his achievements that might satisfy his master’s equivalency. She advises that Kripner does not have room for additional students, and that Dr. Rollo May is a recent addition (one leaf), 1976
2192 March 1976 handwritten letter from Joyce Mann to Ingo Swann thanking him for his book To Kiss the Earth Goodbye, stating those that need to read the book the most will not because of their closed minds (one leaf, one envelope), 1976
2203 March 1976 typed letter from Renee Nell, Ed.D, Executive Director of the Country Place in Litchfield, CT., to Ingo Swann regarding a meeting in which Stanley Krippner discussed the possibility of a research project involving Swann. Ms. Nell invites Swann to be their guest for a week or two so they can study the content of his dreams (one leaf), 1976
2214 March 1976 typed memo from Bob [Robert L. Schwartz, chairman of the board of Tarrytown Conference Center] to Ingo Swann thanking him for his letter, indicating he’ll be in touch soon (one leaf), 1976
22211 March 1976 handwritten memo from Barbara Cohen of Dell Publishing thanking [Swann?] for use of the paintings, stating not sure which one they will use yet. (one leaf), 1976
22312 March 1976 typed letter from Allan Tierney of Scotland to Ingo (Mr. Swann) thanking him for his book To Kiss the Earth Goodbye and sharing examples of synchronicities (2 leaves), 1976
22413 March 1976 typed letter from Hegedus Gyule, a Hungarian student of physics. He has read Galaxies of life edited by Stanley Krippner and Daniel Rubin and would like to receive a copy of Swann’s paper on parapsychology (one leaf), 1976
22516 March 1976 hand written letter from William Paxton Robey to Ingo [Swann] advising him that the American Way magazine did not accept his article and that he’s going to attempt to get a bigger ad in the National Enquirer emphasizing Uri [Geller], 1976
22620-21 March 1976 conference program entitled Current Perspective in Parapsychology sponsored by the Division of Continuing Education at the University of Bridgeport (one leaf), 1976
22725 March 1976 handwritten post card from Chuck Rechsteinir to Friend [Swann] asking for assistance with a parapsychology project involving a survey exploring the perspectives of more fortunate persons (one leaf), 1976
22825 March 1976 check stub from Dell Publishing in the amount of $200 (one leaf), 1976
2291976 statement of recipients of interest income from Advest co. 6 Central Row Hartford, Connecticut in the amount of $15.59 (one leaf), 1976
2301976 Statement of Recipients of Dividends and Distributions from Advest Co. 6 Central Row Hartford, Connecticut in the amount of $158.41 (one leaf), 1976
23128 March 1976 handwritten letter from Geoff Beal complimenting Ingo on inserting Theta [Scientologist term] into a recent talk where he challenged unimaginative parapsychologists. He discusses #57 [Scientology term] meaning “order manifests when communication, control and havingness are available to theta” and shares his discomfort over scientology study situations in which he is under the supervision or a course supervisor or department head who he doesn’t trust (two leaves, one envelope), 1976
2322 April 1976 handwritten letter from Eric informing Ingo [Swann] that the architect Henock Garcia Chavez, who is currently working in La Paz, came to see hi with an account of flying URO’s around La Paz and is making a detailed painting of his recollection of his sighting and landing site (one leaf), 1976
2332 April 1976 typed letter from Frances Vargo, Picture Researcher of J.G. Ferguson Publishing Company, to Swann requesting transparencies, photographs, or paintings related to Swann’s psychic experiences and experiments with Harold Sherman. These are to be used in a fully illustrated book by Colin Wilson entitled, The Geller Phenomenon which is one in a series of volumes called The Unexplained (one leaf), 1976
2342 April 1976 a release form and typed letter from Leda of Films for a New Age of the Hartley Film Foundation to Ingo [Swann] asking Ingo to sign a release form because many non-new age people like TV and theatrical producers are showing an interest in the subjects covered in their films (two leaves), 1976
2352 April 1976 typed letter from B. Michael Glancy of Hawthorne books, Inc, asking where he can get a color print of the jacket painting Aft Ships View of Sagittarius by Swann from To Kiss The Earth Goodbye (one leaf), 1976
2364 April 1976 handwritten letter from Marcel J. Vogel to Ingo [Swann] responding to Ingo’s letter on Liquid Crystals. Vogel explains that liquid crystals can be encapsulated in a plastic and coasted onto paper to make a sensitive detector of thermal radiation. He provides a sample and also discusses magnetic bubbles and crystal generators actuated by our mind (one leaf), 1976
2375 April 1976 handwritten letter to [Swann] from Bob McCoy, a fan that would like to learn how to develop his abilities (one leaf), 1976
2388 April 1976 typed letter from George E. Delury [editor of The World Almanac and Book of Facts] to Mr. Swann, reminding him they spoke at the Parapsychology Conference in Bridgeport in March. He is seeking advice on editorial policies needed for an almanac of the strange or unexplained and would like to have dinner to discuss (one leaf), 1976
23913 April 1976 typed letter from Ingo Swann to Elda granting permission to use the film footage she did of his work at the ASPR. He does not give permission for stills, film clips, or photographs to be used out of context of the film “Inner Spaces” (one leaf), 1976
24013 April 1976 typed letter from Ingo Swann to Miss Frances Vargo thanking her for her letter on 2 April. He states he’s always enjoyed the work of Colin Wilson, especially The Mind Parasites. He does not feel his work as a research subject or as an artist belongs in her book The Geller Phenomenon, stating Uri is unique to himself and his work is of a different nature and of such importance that he’s always been in dismay that it should be appended to or associated with the situations that Uri represents. He states while Uri is a notable phenomenon in today’s psychic world, he is not of extraordinary importance in advancing research. He feels to lump the entirety of the field, as is done in England, together with him is unjust to others and misleading to the public, even though he is of high interest to readers. Ingo also states that he expects writers to consult with him if they intend to write about his work or art and denies permission to use photographs of him or his work for this particular effort (one leaf), 1976
24113 April 1976 typed letter to Ingo Swann from Eric [Reed Erickson of the Erickson Educational Foundation] stating getting a competent photographer was not easy, so he thought Ingo could do it in 1/10 the time in New York. He states that he and Eva did their best and hopes it turned out well (one leaf), 1976
24230 April 1976 financial statement from Advest to Ingo Swann for a LIQ payment totaling $346.24 (one leaf), 1976
24325 August 1976 notice to appear by California Highway Patrol and check stub signed by Ingo Swann in the amount of $25.50 (one leaf), 1976
24428 April 1976 typed form letter from John K. Wetzel [VP and Head of Personal Banking with Morgan Guaranty Trust] offering quality banking services (one leaf), 1976
24531 May 1976 financial statement from Advest to Ingo Swann in the amount of $174.00 (one leaf), 1976
246June 1976 [exact date unknown] handwritten note from Stan [Stanley Krippner to Ingo [Swann] stating he hopes he can spend some time with his friend Elaine. On the back side is a handwritten letter from Elaine McLaughlin stating she will be arriving in New York soon, is hoping to get Leo Katz moving on the manuscript, and that she heard that Leo [Leo Katz] got rather upset and did some name calling. She’s looking forward to meeting with Ingo (one leaf), 1976
24720 June 1976 typed letter from Willard Va De Bogart to Ingo Swann, stating he is about to teach a course at the San Francisco Art Institute called The Art of Higher States of Consciousness and is asking if Ingo could supply some art for this as his book, Cosmic Art, may take too long to arrive. He shares his course description., 1976
24821 May 1976 typed letter from Marian Pullen, Picture Researcher [J.G. Ferguson Publishing Company in London] to Ingo Swann asking for Ingo’s help with obtaining a copy of Cosmic Art by Raymond and Lila Piper which contains an article written by Swann that appeared in Psychic Magazine in February 1973 (one leaf), 1976
2491 June 1976 handwritten note from Eva to to Ingo [Ingo Swann] thanking him for the beautiful flowers, 1976
2507 June 1976 handwritten card from Mrs. J. K Kitson, an old friend writing to catch up on life and share news of mutual friends (one leaf, one envelope), 1976
2518 June 1976 handwritten Disbursement Voucher from The Church of Scientology, Celebrity Centre, New York, in the amount of $82.50 (one leaf), 1976
25215 June 1976 handwritten letter from Carol R. [last name not readable] to Mr. Swann discussing a psychic archeology project she thinks Ingo may be interested in. She states it involves an area near Albuquerque and believes that it may show that someone else discovered and settled in America long before our archeologists will admit was possible (one leaf), 1976
25315 June 1976 typed letter from Marian Pullen, Picture Researcher [J.G. Ferguson Publishing Company in London] to Ingo Swann thanking him for the copy of Cosmic Art. She states she understands his apprehension about references to his work and has enclosed the relevant pages from the opening chapter in which his work is mentioned. They had help from Janet Mitchell. She says she has written to Dr. Russell Targ asking if any photographs could be made available to use regarding the tests carried out at Stanford Research Institute. She is asking for larger transparencies of his paintings Galaxy Forward and Universe No. 5 and of Command Over Power (two leaves), 1976
25418 June 1976 typed letter from Ingo Swann to Marian Pullen [Picture Researcher. J.G. Ferguson Publishing Company in London] thanking her for her letter of 15 June, and sending the information concerning Mr. Holroyd’s book. Ingo explains that the larger experiment referred to using coordinates was called Project SCANATE. This was a test situation devised by Ingo to see if psychic perception responded more easily to abstract targets, as contrasted to physical objective targets. He had great difficulty in gaining the attention of his colleagues at SRI in this project and it was only after prolonged argumentation that DR. H.E. Puthoff agreed to test this for 10 days. Ingo notes that Russell Targ was opposed to this vast experimental situation now known as remote viewing. It bothers Ingo that Mr. Targ should get any credit for the coordinate experiment when it was Dr. Puthoff who was the chief researcher who braved the ridicule. He hopes Mr. Holroyd will rewrite this part and make this correction. He goes onto state that since this time, in 1974, himself, Dr. Puthoff and Russell Targ aided in enormous detail and nuances by himself, devised the vast experimental situation known now as remote viewing. Dr. Puthoff is mailing his paper on remote viewing which was just published in the March proceedings of the IEEE Journal. Ii this report are many photographs of OOBE targets and subject responses. He says he hopes Mr. Holroyd incorporates the information in this IEEE report, since it incorporates four years of significant research and has achieved wide recognition, and controversy. He states Pat Price was recruited by Dr. Puthoff and not Mr. Targ. The work Ingo did on suspended targets with Dr. K. Osis of the ASPR. He states in reading the outline sent by Pullen, he is dismayed often to find science, allegory, history and fictional images, such as the Don Juan stuff, all mixed up in the same book. He states he charges a fee of $50.00 for each reproduction (two leaves), 1976
25521 June 1976 typed letter from Ingo D. Swan to the the Veterans Administration requesting benefits information and inquiring into the possibility to apply for a home and/or business loan under his veteran’s benefits (one leaf), 1976
25621 June 1976 typed Letter from David Techter, Associate Editor of Fate Magazine, to Ingo [Swann] stating his letter to Mrs. White got passed onto Mrs. Fuller and then to himself for a reply about the article inquires. They would be interested in reading Ingo’s two articles on speculation (one leaf), 1976
25729 June 1976 typed letter from Claire Huff to Ingo [Swann] stating Ingo’s reply to his letter of April 26th was received and that she has a column about Ingo due to be published soon. This is based on To Kiss the Earth Good Bye (one leaf), 1976
2582 July 1976 handwritten letter from [unknown] in London. [writing is illegible.] (one leaf), 1976
2599 July 1976 handwritten letter from an Australian artist [unknown] to [Ingo] who is completing a summer study course at the Rose Croix University in San Jose. He is a cosmic artist and is seeking Ingo’s assistance with setting up a showing of his work while in the U.S (one leaf), 1976
26011 July 1976 handwritten letter from Monte [Montague Ullman, M.D., founder of the Dream Laboratory at the Maimonides Medical Laboratory], to Ingo [Swann] wishing him a Happy Bicentennial. He advises that Boyce Barnett, professor of theology, will contact Ingo in August upon his return from Europe (one leaf), 1976
26120 July 1976 typed letter from Elithe Hamilton Krikland to Blythe regarding an inquiry made to Steiger. Elithe states that they will pick up a copy of Revelation and check the reference on cosmic language from that source. Elithe discusses articles published by Ingo Swann in Psychic Magazine in 1973 and speaks kindly of Ingo (one leaf), 1976
26226 July 1976 typed letter from Marian Pullen [J.G. Ferguson Publishing Company] to Ingo Swann asking for help contacting Sylvia Leone Mahler so they can use her drawing Alpha as shown in Cosmic Art for their book (one leaf), 1976
26327 July 1976 typed letter from Patrick Gualtieri [Scientology Deputy Event Communicator U.S. for the International Conference for World Peace and Social Reform and Human Rights Prayer Day hosted by The Churches of Scientology in the U.S.] to Ingo regarding his appearance at the International Prayer Day evening. They are notifying all speakers to refrain from Scientology jargon as there will be news media and non-Scientologists in attendance (2 leaves), 1976
26428 July 1976 typed letter from Howie Gutfeld, [Scientology Event Production Communicator for Patrick Gualtieri, E/Event Coordinator for the International Conference for World Peace and Social Reform and Human Rights Prayer Day hosted by The Churches of Scientology in the U.S.] to Ingo advising him that since he knows the importance of study tech, this is simply a reminder to avoid the barrier of misunderstood as there will be non-Scientologists present in the audience and media. Even the Scientologists there will be at vast differences in levels of awareness and familiarity with Scientology jargon (e.g. comm, ARV., theta, terminal). He reiterates that use of Scientology terms is likely to make his presentation out-gradient for a sizeable segment of the audience, 1976
26531 July 1976 typed letter from Allen Hubbert, Event Coordinatory USGO, cc Ingo Swann regarding use of the Cosmic Art and Music Show [to be held during the International conference for world Peace and Social reform hosted by the Churches of Scientology in the U.S.] to Julia Turchuk. He states he was planning on having this presentation in the International Conference to coincide with Ingo’s talk, 1976
26631July 1976 typed letter from Allen Hubbert, Event Coordinatory USGO, cc Ingo Swann regarding use of the Cosmic Art and Music Show [to be held during the International conference for world Peace and Social reform hosted by the Churches of Scientology in the U.S.] to Ingo Swann stating Julia Turchuk wrote and offered to bring the Cosmic Art slide show to the event with her. He wants to know if it is still the case that this show will be part of his presentation. He wants to hear from Ingo so they can fully plan his appearance in August, 1976
267[July 1976?] typed letter from Carl G. Macki, Publisher, to Ingo Swann inviting him to contribute to a publication to create to foster and nourish the power and virtues of the human race (one leaf), 1976
268[July 1976?] typed letter from professional musician James Beebe, to Ingo Swann, at the Celebrity Center inquiring about purchasing Swann’s painting, “Aft Ships View of Sagittarius”. (one leaf), 1976
2691 August 1976 typed form letter entitled Slides on Loan for the Department of Parks and tourism Editorial Section. The form is filled out by Ingo Swann. The slide subjects are Blanchard Springs Recreation area, Blanchard Springs information center, Blanchard Cave and Ozark Folk Center (two leaves), 1976
2709 August 1976 typed letter from Howard Smukler, Editor of Countrywide Publications, Inc. in New York and Faculty member at the New School for Social Research, to Ingo Swann, informing Ingo he wants to do a story on him about ESP and requesting that he tries the Geller experiment. He indicates he is running an article on Mars and has a copy of Ingo’s Mars predictions from Robert Nelson of the Ventral Premonitions registry and asked if they can get together and expand the predictions for the Ancient Astronauts article, stating he will be in town until the 20th and would like to knock out a couple articles (one leaf), 1976
27111 August 1976 typed letter from Irene Warr, Attorney at Law, in Salt Lake City, Utah to Doug [Ingo Swann]. She is describing her interest in his books, her recent travels to the orient, her extracurricular activities, and that she will let him know when she is in New York so he can “buy her lunch”. She states “it’s nice to know someone famous”., 1976
27212 August 1976 typed letter from David Paramor, of J.G. Ferguson Publishing Company, to Ingo Swann, seeking permissions to use Swann’s painting Universes No. 2, in a book provisionally entitled Psychic Voyages, published by Aldus Books in the UK. Paramor offers to pay a fee as agreed of $50.00 for use of the picture (two leaves), 1976
27313 August 1976 typed letter from Marian Pullen of J.G. Ferguson Publishing Company, to Ingo Swann, notifying Ingo he will receive a letter from their copyright office, seeking permissions to use Swann’s painting Universes No. 2, books entitled Psychic Voyages and Galaxy Forward. She also asks if he thinks that Raymond and Lila Piper would give permission or should she contact someone at Hawthorn books., 1976
274[August 1976?] typed letter from Willie Mae Mcmillan to Ingo Swann inquiring how much he charges to give some one an absent healing. He is inquiring for a concerned mother of a son whose mind needs healing as he has potential but instead runs with “no good people” and spends time in prison (one leaf), 1976
27525 August 1976 typed letter from Glen A. Olds, President of Kent State University, to Ms. Eleanor Friede of Delacorte Press. He states that he took her letter and the Richard Bach manuscript while on vacation on a mountaintop and was moved. He uses poetic language to provide a review of the book, stating “it is a tall tale, not meant for pygmy minds of the ranch style mentality that dominates our time of flat, single storied existence”, and states he’d like Bach to “land at Kent” and explain whether “the bird with a motor going out with a bang and a dream. Is this Richard’s whimsy, the tragic humor with which he tells his tale or real prophecy?” (two leaves), 1976
2762 Sept 1976 typed letter from Michael David Lies to Ingo [Swann] stating he had poems in World Union. Vol XVI. No 8, August 1978, that he wanted to share. He noticed Jim Beal’s article in the same issue that Ingo’s name is mentioned. He is preparing for his first one man show consisting of paintings, photographs, films and poetry, running in Pittsburgh. He is looking forward to meeting Ingo when he is in New York (4 leaves), 1976
2772 Sept 1976 Handwritten note on stationary belonging to the Churches of Scientology in the United States, International Conference for World Peace and Social Reform and Human Rights Prayer Day, from Pao Guolhein [spelling?] to Ingo [Swann], thanking him for his contributions to the Prayer Day event (one leaf), 1976
278[Sept 1976?] handwritten note on stationary belonging to the Churches of Scientology in the United States, International Conference for World Peace and Social Reform and Human Rights Prayer Day, from Georga Kuir [spelling?] to Ingo [Swann], returning his slide and thanking him for an excellent presentation (one leaf), 1976
2796 Sept 1976 handwritten letter and Hallmark card to Doug [Ingo Swann] from Elna Kitcherside, wishing him a happy birthday. She says the “girls” have a friend and his estimation of her went up when he heard they grew up together. She says she doesn’t know how busy he is or whether he writes fans or not but wish he would write him. His name is Bruce Mehalich and he lives in Utah. She also states that if they had a 25 year class reunion no one told her, 1976
28010 Sept 1976 typed letter from Blythe Weaver Schultze, age 76, of Tres Mesas, a small ranch in central texas, to Mr. Swann. She reminds him at the conference in St. Louis she asked him to autograph the book of Cosmic Art and was flustered by his suggestion she do “a quickie” as far as her handwriting strokes. She is sending Ingo an autographed book on reincarnation, On the Trellis of Memory, and a letter from the author, Elithe Hamilton Strickland, whom is now a friend of hers. She states this book was received phychically by the author and her co-author, poet laureate of Texas. She also states she was delighted by to Kiss the Earth Goodbye (two leaves), 1976
28113 Sept 1976, typed letter from J. Engels, American Express Company, to Ingo D. Swann, Psychic Alternatives, stating that they cannot comply with his request for an American Express Card at this time (one leaf), 1976
28213 Sept 1976 typed letter from Norma Leonard, of San Antonio, Texas, to Ingo Swann. She states she is in the final stages of writing her book, Let this Mind Be in You and would like permission to quote five paragraphs from To Kiss the Earth Good-bye. She also wants to know if she can imply that he was having an out of body experience when he did the quark detector experiment at SRI in the chapter on psychokinesis. Since he didn’t state this in his book, she feels she needs permission to make this assertion herself. She states that she has participated in a PK experiment and isn’t being told what she is doing that is unusual but overheard that the odds against her doing that by change were 1000/1, 1976
283[Sept 1976?] typed letter from Zeta Cunningham to Ingo Swann, stating she is interested in the painting of the eye of the “pensive lad”, found inTo Kiss the Earth Goodbye. She states “it’s the only evidence I’ve ever found where anyone has ever seen the white energy body which in my poetry I call the cosmic sylph” (one leaf), 1976
28422 Sept 1976, handwritten letter from Carol E. Kovacs to Ingo [Swann], apologizing for her miserable letter, “not a good one as you said”. She says that Ingo mentioned in Virginia Beach he would go into the mountains and follow veins of metal. What Carol is proposing would be a similar exploration of a very small area of desert in New Mexico (two leaves), 1976
28525 Sept 1976, typed letter from William B. Conner, professor of Romance Languages at Kutztown State college, Pennsylvania, c/o of the American Society for Psychical Research, to Ingo Swann, stating he received a copy of Ingo’s book and “my consciousness has been shaken into such a state of effervescence as to defy fizz-icall explanation.”. He states he has “the gift of clairaudient piano keyboard composing” and is a channel for an energy he calls “KA” and would like to meet up with Ingo at a friends house who has a piano. He provides a poem and program from his July 1976 “clairaudient concert” (6 leaves), 1976
2865 Oct 1976 typed letter from Mitchell G. Kovaleski of Hollywood, CA. c/o Hawthorn Books, to Swann, stating The Search for Superman convinced him he had to learn more about “the outstanding Ingo Swann”. He has just completed a novel and screenplay about a search for oil by scientific and psychic methods. He is interested in working to together on a new exploration program based upon some satellite data which has outlined several areas as being petroliferous. He states that in mining and drilling some fifty oil wells, he has had exposure to psychics like P. Hurkos, Doc Anderson, dowsers, etc. (one leaf), 1976
2877 Oct 1976 handwritten latter from Murleen to Ingo [Swann] (3 leaves), 1976
2888 Oct 1976 typed note from Jack [last name unknown] from the University of California in San Disgo, Department of Political Science to Ingo [Swann] stating he enjoyed their visit in San Francisco and is interested in Ingo’s research on the “Inquisition” (one leaf), 1976
28919 Oct 1976 typed letter from the copyright Department of J.G. Ferguson Publishing Company to Ingo Swann seeking permission to reproduce the “3029 Galaxy Forward, oil and aluminum on canvas, 2973”, to be included in a publication by Aldus Books from the U.K provisionally entitled Readers Guide and Index (Supernatural Series) (one leaf), 1976
29022 Oct 1976 handwritten letter with newspaper article from Margaret Newman of Baldwin New York to Mr. Swann [Ingo Swann] seeking help with finding the missing body of the mother of a friend. She states she was referred by Dr. Karlis Osis. She has been working with Dr. Kaplan from the American Society of Psychic Research and they are confused about the case. She blames Thomas Busacca as being a very clever man, and suggests he “may just get away with this murder and walk out a free man”. The children don’t have funds to pay for help and the police are not cooperating. The Newsday/The Island newspaper clippings present the case of Florence Busacca, an operah singer, whose husband Thomas claimed to have beaten her but left her alive. Investigators found blood, her dentures, and body outside her house. Following her disappearance, her 21 year old daughter, Geraldine, and others held a séance in the Busacca home in an effort to locate the corpse. [Further research indicates her body was never found. According to a New York Times Newspaper dated March 25, 1977, Mr. Busacca was convicted by a jury and was facing a maximum of 25 years (4 leaves), 1976
29124 Oct 1976 typed Executive Directive Commendation from the Churches of Scientology, Boards of Directors, David Ziff, Advance! Editor, commending Ingo Swann and others for “their work, contribution to and participation in the first OT FORUM”. (one leaf), 1976
2929 Sept 1976 typed letter from Howard Eisenberg, M.D., of the Rosedale Medical Center in Canada to Mr. Ingo Swann, inviting him to speak at a University of Toronto sponsored Conference entitled, Explorations in Parapsychology and Paranormal Medicine. He offers to cover all travel and accommodation and is inquiring as to whether an honorarium would be required (one leaf), 1976
29326 Oct 1976 typed letter from Ingo Swann responding to Dr. Howard Eisenberg, of the Rosedale Medical Center, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, thanking him for his invitation to join his March conference on “Explorations in Parapsychology and Paranormal Medicine”. Ingo states he is too busy and can not make plans that far in advance and therefore is declining most invitations to speak at conferences (one leaf), 1976
2942 Nov 1976 handwritten note from Marian Pullen of J.G. Ferguson Publishing Company to Ingo Swann stating they are returning 2 transparencies for the book Psychic Voyages and the Index Volume, 1976
29515 Nov 1976 handwritten card from Elaine McLaughlin to Ingo Swann with a note that Aron and Doris sent her two years worth of their mailings sent to members, and enclosed in part of her reading and material on Egypt. She also has material on “earth changes” he can copy at SRI. She also encloses a card regarding Planets in Aspects by Robert Pelletier, 1974, Para research , Inc, which she states is an excellent reference book devoted totally to aspects (one leaf), 1976
2966 Nov 1976 news article with a note from Shirley [last name unknown] to Ingo [Swann] asking “Did Tanous actually appear before the UN – or just one study group?”. The article is entitled Tanous Appears Nov. 11 Before the United Nations. It states that Alex Tanous, expert in psychic phenomena, will appear before the General Assembly of the United Nations. The UN is creating a parapsychology laboratory and invited Tanous to speak. His topic will be Peace Among Nations through ESP. Tanous is teaching a course in psychic phenomena at the University of Maine at Portland Gorham. He is the author of the book Beyond Coincidence and the subject of an Encyclopedia Britannica documentary film (one leaf), 1976
2978 Nov 1976 typed letter from Jim King, Deputy Assistant Editor of Advance!, a publication of the Church of Scientology of California the Advanced Organization of Los Angeles, to Ingo [Swann]. He states that he has enclosed a copy of a “Sea Org ED commending you for your very valuable participation in the recent OT Symposium sponsored by Advance! Magazine” (one leaf), 1976
29810 Nov 1976 typed newsletter from Eric Erickson of the Erickson Educational Foundation, addressed to “You-all." It updates readers on his recent activities. On the back is a typed note to Ingo [Swann] stating, “I guess you’re back…will call and see. Love [signature] (one leaf), 1976
29912 Dec 1976 typed letter from Ms. Darby D. Simpson to Ingo [Swann] stating they are having a meeting of “all our FSM’s” (one leaf), 1976
210012 Nov 1976 typed note from G.S. Grant to Swann requesting a brochure on his book Cosmic Art so he can obtain a copy. (one leaf)., 1976
210118 Nov 1976 typed letter from Charlotte K. Beyers to Swann, stating that she has been referred by Russell Targ and Harold Puthoff. The Ladies Home Journal has asked her to write an article on ESP and to prepare a questionnaire for their readers. She would like Ingo’s help with this and has several questions about psychic related matters for him (one leaf), 1976
210221 Nov 1976 typed letter from Rosalind McKnight, Director of Creative Living Institute of the Shenandoah Valley to Swann. She invites him to be a leader at an upcoming conference entitled Human Growth into Higher Consciousness. She is offering him an honorarium of $400. There is a handwritten note on the letter [made by Ingo Swann?] stating “declined 28 Nov 76” (3 leaves), 1976
210323 Nov 1976 typed letter from Rony Cohan, publisher of Acrobat Books in Los Angeles, to Ingo [Swann] with an invitation to submit a chapter to his book called Outlaw Visions, an anthology of prose, poetry, graphics, photography and thought, formed around the words “outlaw: maverick, unassimilated, unacceptable, vital, potent, visionary – far-seeing, future-directed, somehow redemptive” (five leaves), 1976
2104[Nov 1976?] handwritten letter from Paul [last name unknown] to Ingo [Swann], thanking him for the offer for some more of his art, but saying he’d rather have the cash than the aesthetics. He states he must admit he has drooled at the thought of having something else of his, and asks if he has any pictures of some of his newer works, which he’d return. He also asks when he is going to do a show. He discusses his filmwork and states his auditing skills have improved. He misses Ingo and his “Louis XIV cuisine” (two leaves), 1976
210526 Nov 1976 typed letter from Darby [Ms. Darby Simpson] of the Church of Scientology, Mission of East Manhattan, Celebrity Centre to Ingo [Swann] stating that it has come to her attention this week “that there is a little non-optimum situation with the CC [celebrity center] and yourself”. She wants to get together and sort things out. She states her only experience with Ingo were “exciting ones – and I know that can be rehabbed” (one leaf), 1976
210630 Nov 1976 typed letter from [Swann?] to Janet [last name unknown] in which he states he is sorry to have been tardy on this check and is also sorry that she seems critical of him and their relationship (one leaf), 1976
21071 Dec 1976 typed letter from James Granby Hunter to Ingo [Swann] stating he has wondered what he was up to. He provides information about himself as a screenwriter and his success, which includes a resume and an article in Variety (four leaves), 1976
21082 Dec 1976 typed letter from Tony of Acrobat Books in Los Angeles to Ingo [Swann] responding to Swann’s letter. He states, “If you never do anything at all for $50, which I can well understand, how about for free?”. He states that he can not provide a list of final contributors until January, but that they include Robin Williamson, Masami Teraoka, Neon Park, Chick Corea, Diana Samules, Jacques Cousteau, Joni Mitchell, and Roger Zelzany. He is enclosing a copy of Nine Ships and their other book. He and his wife Masako would love to meet with Swann when they arrive at JFK [airport]. He thanks Ingo for considering the project (one leaf), 1976
2109[Dec 1976?] handwritten note to [Swann?] from “V” [name unknown] stating that Swann has an unlisted number and needs a call (one leaf), 1976
21104 Dec 1976 typed letter from John N. Booth to Swann asking to meet with Swann to discuss his OBE [out of body experiences] and apparent telekinetic powers in connection with the SRI quark detector. He is commencing a nationwide lecture tour and will be in New York. He is in the last stages of a book covering his studies that began in 1927. He did conducted “ghost research” in the U.K even though he is skeptical. He thinks they have a number of mutual friends (one leaf), 1976
2111[Dec 1976?] handwritten letter from M.E. Penny Baker to Ingo [Swann] stating Elaine McLaughlin told her to contact him. She just introduces herself and says she hasn’t met anyone in her area who “knows the meaning of metaphysical” (one leaf), 1976
21127 Dec 1976 typed letter from George T. DeSau to Swann, thanking him for the invitation to the party, the opportunity to meet Ingo and that he hopes Chris Jensen can arrange a time when they can have a dinner together (one leaf), 1976
211320 Dec 1976 handwritten letter from Cecilia Rudolf to Swann, stating how much she enjoyed his ESP [extra sensory perception] session at the workshop in St. Louis and thanking him for the autograph she received from him through her friend David Hay. She shares a poem (one leaf), 1976
211427 Dec 1976 typed letter from Ingo to Sue Anderson, LHR Pers PRO international, stating she received the enclosed letter from Cleve [Backster] and thought to send it along with his regards. Cleve Backster’s letter is on letterhead from the Backster Research Foundation, Inc. in San Diego. He writes that he has not heard of the Institute for Mind Power Development and Psychosomatic Research of New York or of Dr. J. Agripino Doria of San Paulo, Brazil, but he’s hardly spent time there. He writes, “Please relay my best wishes to Ron Hubbard”. We met around 1949 or 1950 in Washington D.C….involving both he and J.B. Rhine”. He explains that his work with the polygraph since 1948 also overlaps Ron’s use of the E. Meter. [Hubbard’s] interest in plants also appears to “have preceded my extensive involvement since February 1966”, 1976
3Correspondence 1977 (folder 1 of 3), 1977
4Correspondence 1977 (folder 2 of 3), 1977
5Correspondence 1977 (folder 3 of 3), 1977
6Correspondence 1978 (folder 1 of 4), 1978
7Correspondence 1978 (folder 2 of 4), 1978

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291Correspondence 1978 (folder 3 of 4), 1978
2Correspondence 1978 (folder 4 of 4), 1978
3Correspondence 1980, 1980
4Correspondence 1986, 1986
5Correspondence 1987 (folder 1 of 2), 1987
6Correspondence 1987 (folder 2 of 2), 1987
7Correspondence 1988, 1988



Correspondence 1989

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30116 Sept 1989 handwritten letter to Doug [Swann] from Elna Ketcherside about her family members (one leaf, one envelope), 1989
12[undated] birthday card to Ingo [Swann] from Elna Ketcherside (one leaf), undated
139 Aug 1989 photograph of Ryan and Kimberly Williamson and Vanessa Olsen, Tooele, Utah (one item), 1989
144 July 1989 handwritten letter to Swann from Wolfgang Schellhorn thanking Swann for his hospitality, discussing contemporary German music, asks if Swann’s Anatomy of the Emerald Kingdom has been published (two leaves), 1989
1510 Sept 1989 typed letter to Swann from Barbara [unidentified] on Bowen Books stationery regarding her publishing activities including continuing as Joe McMoneagle’s agent (one leaf), 1989
1616 Oct 1989 handwritten post card to Swann from Suzi [Suzi Gablik] regarding Swann’s “publishing rejects” (one item), 1989
171 Sept 1989 typed letter to Swann from Marilyn [unidentified] on Brain Mind Bulletin stationery regarding 14 draft chapters of a book to be titled The New Common Sense (one leaf), 1989
18[undated] handwritten letter to Swann from Tom [unidentified] on Johnson Joyce Brennan stationery regarding Tom’s move to Berkeley, CA (one leaf), undated
1928 Nov 1989 envelope to Swann from Jonathan Meader, 738 Marin Drive, Mill Valley, CA (one envelope), 1989
11020 July 1989 handwritten letter to Swann from Michael Graham regarding his travels in Australia and New Zealand. Mentions the “Avatar stuff” (one leaf), 1989
11129 June 1989 handwritten letter from Bob [Dr. Robert Hieronymous] and attached flyer for 21st Century Radio – The Leading Edge radio show (three leaves), 1989
11212 Jan 1989 typed letter to Swann from Irene [Irene Warr] regarding her life and activities as an attorney in Utah (two leaves), 1989
113[undated] article by Lowell Fishman from the Center for Creative Transformation titled Defining the Undefinable – Avatar ITEM 14, undated
114[undated] brochure from Lodi Memorial Hospital, Lodi CA], undated
1155 Nov 1989 article titled “ Uri Sues Magician for 45m [million pounds]” (one item), 1989
11613 Oct 1989 printed brochures and flyers from Transformational Research in Hartford, CT (four leaves, one envelope), 1989
11716 Aug 1989 typed letter to [Swann] from Lloyd J. Thomas, Ph.D. regarding tapes for hypnosis attached to interview by David Beeman with Lloyd Glauberman, Ph.D. titled Breakthrough to Behavioral Change (four leaves), 1989
118[undated] two flyers and one notice from Transformational Research (three items), undated
119Sept 1988 column by Celia Farber from Spin Magazine titled “A.I.D.S.” (one item)
120[undated] advertising card by Pissfessor Pee-Body, Ph.D. (one item), undated
121[undated] business card from Shoshame, Founder of Transformational Research (one item), undated
122[undated] post card to Cara Mijo [Swann] from Phileepo (?) [DeChamps/ Munro] (one item), undated
12327 Dec 1989 typed letter to Mr. Gittelson from Dore C. Sutta regarding her automatic writing and Ingo Swann’s art with seven examples of her black and white art work attached (eight leaves), 1989
12420 Jan 1989 typed letter to Swann from John Brockman of John Brockman Associates, Inc. passing with reluctance and hoping “you find an agent /publisher who will think differently” (one leaf), 1989
12517 Jan 1989 typed letter from Swann to Mr. John Brockman regarding book proposals for a series of at least five books to be titled The Psychic Secrets Series citing five general categories which are Human Nature Environment, Erotic Magnetism, Luck and Fortune, Social Control and Creative Enterprise. Also a proposal for; The New Age: Its Roots and Future (two leaves), 1989
12611 July 1989 handwritten memorandum to [Swann] from Lydia [unidentified] regarding John Brockman as an agent (one leaf), 1989
127[undated] news clipping regarding Murleen Ryder being appointed an Administrator at Lodi Memorial Hospital (one item), undated
12813 Sept 1989 handwritten letter to Swann from Edith [Edith M. Jurka, M.D.] regarding her brochure and psychic abilities (two leaves), 1989
1299 Jan 1989 typed letter to Swann from George [George W. Fisk] on Cosmic Concepts Press stationery expressing interest as a small publisher in Swann’s Starfire and To Kiss Earth Goodbye (one leaf), 1989
130Dec. 1989 magazine titled The Free Spirit, Vol. VI, Issue 4 (one item), 1989
131Fall-Winter 1989 magazine, Numbers 32 and 33, titled New Frontiers and enclosed circular by Walter H. Uphoff. Magazine is about Holistic health, psychic phenomena and survival (two items, one envelope), 1989
1329 Nov 1989 typed letter to Swann from Arlene R. Wilson [Arlene Riley Wilson] regarding Trajectories and psychics speaking out on their own (one leaf), 1989
133Summer 1989 magazine Trajectories by Robert Anton Wilson (one item)
13428 Sept 1989 post card to Swann from Elda Hartley regarding a television program, Voices of the New Age (one item), 1989
13518 Dec 1989 envelope from Solomon [unidentified] (one envelope), 1989
136[undated] advertising flyer for Critique Book Service, Santa Rosa, CA (one item), undated
13718 June 1989 typed letter to Swann from Jim Van Avery, Remote Viewer [James Van Avery] regarding the International Conference of Paranormal Research in Fort Collins, CO, with attached handwritten remote viewing session with drawings dated 15 Jun 1989 (seven leaves), 1989
1389 Dec 1989 Christmas card to Swann from [unreadable] [B. Stray… 30 Norfolk Road, Southfield, M.D.] (one item, one envelope), 1989
13918 Dec 1989 handwritten Christmas card to Swann from Tom, Faye, Carrie, Erin and Cathy [Phillip Thielen] (one item, one envelope), 1989
1401 Dec 1989 undated business card by Elizabeth M. Primrose, U.S. Olympic Festival 1991 (one item, one envelope), 1989
141[undated] post card to Swann from Phill Thielen, “the guy who was looking for the buried UFO” (one item), undated
14220 Dec 1989 Christmas card to Swann from Paul and the kids [Paul H. Smith] regarding being “kicked out of DIA and into another outfit” (one item, one envelope), 1989
1439 Nov 1989 handwritten letter from Jef Van Staden to Dr. Schmeidler [Gertrude Schmeidler] asking Dr. Schmeidler to forward a letter by Jef Van Staden to Swann. The latter letter congratulates Swann on To Kiss Earth Goodbye and seeks to get better acquainted as a Scientologist (two leaves, two envelopes), 1989
1445 Dec 1989 printed Christmas card to Swann from Elna Ketcherside, (one item, one envelope), 1989
1456 Dec 1989 typed letter to Swann from Elna [Elna Ketherside] regarding a trip she took to Europe (one leaf), 1989
146[undated] flyer of varied content. “Calling all Christians”, “Jehovah IS an alien and still threatens this planet!!” (one item), undated
147Spring 1989 printed magazine Trajectories by Robert Anton Wilson, “History of the World, Part I” (one item), 1989
148Winter 1989 printed magazine Trajectories by Robert Anton Wilson, “Back to the Future!” with insert (one item), 1989
1499 Sept 1989 typed letter to Swann from Bob W [Robert Anton Wilson] noting a year’s subscription “to my excellent journal, " Trajectories” (two leaves), 1989
1504 Sept 1989 birthday card to Swann from Mom and John [Pauline Sarich and John Sarich] with uncashed check for $35.00 (two items), 1989
1519 Sept 1989 typed letter to Swann from Martha [Mrs. Harold Sherman] thanking Swann for his friendship to Harold and herself (one leaf), 1989
15220 Dec 1989 typed letter to Swann from Bill [William Fix] regarding a play Fix is writing and astrology (one leaf), 1989
153[undated] post card to Swann from Bernard French TV stating B knows everything about Invisible Fields now (one item), undated
15419 Dec 1989 handwritten letter to Swann from Wolfgang Schellhorn regarding WS’s activities in Germany, trip to Palestine and congratulating Swann on his “astrological coming out” (one leaf, one envelope), 1989
15518 Dec 1989 photo card to Swann from Marieu (?) [unidentified] (one item), 1989
15630 Nov 1989 envelope to Swann from Gregory Wright (one envelope), 1989
15718 Nov 1989 typed letter to Wolfgang [Wolfgang Schellhorn] from Swann regarding difficulty of getting two books done, reminiscing about Swann’s trip to Germany, and inviting Schellhorn to visit him in New York (one leaf), 1989
1589 Sept 1989 handwritten letter to Swann from Mom and John [Pauline Sarich and John Sarich] about Virginia, a Spaghetti Supper and issues of health (one leaf), 1989



Correspondence 1990

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302127 June 1990 handwritten letter to Swann from Steven [Steven Halpern] regarding samples he sent Swann (one leaf), 1990
2230 Aug 1990 post card to Swann from Phileepo (one item), 1990
3315 Sept 1990 handwritten letter to Swann from Wolfgang Schellhorn regarding WS coming to New York, possibly trading apartments, and a booklet about the Berlin Wall (one item, one envelope), 1990
3Correspondence 1990 (folder 2 of 4), 1990
4Correspondence 1990 (folder 3 of 4), 1990
5Correspondence 1990 (folder 4 of 4), 1990

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311Correspondence 1991 (folder 1 of 4), 1991
2Correspondence 1991 (folder 2 of 4), 1991
3Correspondence 1991 (folder 3 of 4), 1991
4Correspondence 1991 (folder 4 of 4), 1991
5Correspondence 1992 (folder 1 of 2), 1992

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321Correspondence 1992 (folder 2 of 2), 1992
2Correspondence 1993 (folder 1 of 3), 1993
3Correspondence 1993 (folder 2 of 3), 1993
4Correspondence 1993 (folder 3 of 3), 1993
5Correspondence 1994 (folder 1 of 3), 1994

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331Correspondence 1994 (folder 2 of 3), 1994
2Correspondence 1994 (folder 3 of 3), 1994
3Correspondence 1995 (folder 1 of 2), 1995
4Correspondence 1995 (folder 2 of 2), 1995
5Correspondence 1996-1998, 1996-1998

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341Correspondence 1999, 1999
2Correspondence 2000-2007, 2000-2007
3Loose Materials - Chronological Correspondence, undated