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Yves Poupard-Lieussou correspondence and collected papers on Dada and Surrealism, 1905-1984 (bulk 1956-1979)

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Finding aid for the Yves Poupard-Lieussou correspondence and collected papers on Dada and Surrealism, 1905-1984 (bulk, 1956-1979)
Series III. Raoul Hausmann letters, drawings and manuscripts, 1915-1971 ca. 500 items
The third series includes 338 letters written in French by Raoul Hausmann (1886-1971) to Poupard between 1955 and 1970. Many of the letters contain illustrated sketches. Materials also comprise Hausmann's letters to Losfeld, Hugnet, and Henri Chopin, carbon copies of his articles, French translations of Hausmann's Dada publications from the 1920's, and a small collection of books, drawings, photographs and exhibition catalogues. Some of these items date as early as 1915. Hausmann's correspondence was largely solicited by Poupard while he was preparing a biography on Hausmann and a monograph on the history of the Berlin Dada movement. Indeed, much of this material re-appears in Hausmann's and Poupard's book Courrier Dada (Paris, 1958). Hausmann furnishes biographical information and criticisms, using this opportunity to discuss his personal contribution to avant-garde artistic techniques. His writing style is personal, highly resentful of his Dada colleagues, and tends toward exaggeration.
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9 1-2 Hausmann artworks
9 1 1 sketchbook, 1959 Nov
with 7 crayon sketches by Hausmann, signed and dedicated to Poupard.
9 1 1 crayon sketch by Hausmann, 1957 Mar 18
signed and dedicated to Poupard.
9 1 1 photograph of Hans Richter's ink sketch of Raoul Hausmann, 1915
9 1 3 photographs of artworks by Raoul Hausmann, 1915-1917
Including "Portrait," 1915; L'heure verte" 1916 and "Le Chevauchée," 1917.
9 1 1 original woodcut print by Hausmann, 1959
signed and dedicated to Poupard.
9 1 Sketch and letter to Poupard, 1959 Mar 27
1 crayon sketch with a fragmentary letter to Poupard incorporated into the sketch.
9 1 Color-marker sketches by Hausmann, 1969-1970
10 sketches signed and dated.
9 1 Photographs of Dada collage pieces, undated
5 b/w photographs, some signed by Hausmann and dedicated to Poupard. In an autograph note to Poupard, Hausmann claims to have designed the page, the wood cuts, and to have written the phonetic poems, "Alitterel," " by A. M. Gossez Delitterel," and "Sublitterel," while Baader completed everything else.
9 2 Sketches, 1957, 1959
One pastel or chalk sketch dated Mar 18 and a charcoal sketch dated 1959 Mar 27.
9 3 Hausmann's manuscripts and translations
9 3 Pour un art élémentaire, 1956 Jun 16
4 typewritten pages.
9 3 Courrier Dada. Lettre sur le poème phonétique undated
10 typewritten pages.
9 3 Manifeste: Dada est plus que Dada undated
4 typewritten pages.
9 3 Matériel de la peinture plastique, architecture 1918
signed by Hausmann, one typewritten page.
9 3 Retour à l'objectivité dans l'art Summer 1920
Manifeste, 3 typewritten pages.
9 3 Retour de l'art à l'objet Summer 1920
3 typewritten pages.
9 3 De Dada au néodadaïsme 1962 Jan
2 typewritten pages.
9 3 Note sur le Café des Westens undated
1 typewritten page.
9 3 Le Meurtre prodigieux. Pantomime 1947
2 typewritten pages.
9 3 Der Dada, fragmentary translations from German
including "Alittéraire," "Delittéraire," "Sublittéraire," "Erklärung Dada," and "Der Geist im Handumdrehen oder eine Dadalogie," 4 typewritten pages.
9 3 Kurt Schwitters, "Letter from Kurt Schwitters to Raoul Hausmann" 1947 Mar 29
A French translation of Schwitters's letter to Hausmann concerning the publication of their book PIN. 4 typewritten pages.
9 3 2 Hausmann typescripts, 1946-1947, 1955
Sol-chant (1946 Aug 9), 2 typewritten pages. "Farfala" (1947) signed by Hausmann and dedicated to Poupard on 1955 Aug 11, 1 typewritten page.
9 3 "Dada Blanc" undated
signed by Hausmann (2 versions of 1 typewritten page each).
9 3 "Au mastroquet du bistro du carrefour" 1960 Oct 23
9 3 "La nature" 1963 Jan 23
9 3 "La poupardiade" 1963 Jul 11
playful, poetic honorary dedicated to Poupard.
9 3 "Dada jusqu'à aujourd'hui" ("Dada up to Today") 1965
9 3 "Cheval chat chien" n.d., 1966
a poem sent to Poupard and initialed and dated by Hausmann 1966, 2 typewritten pages.
9 3 Notices biographiques
"Liste des Matinées et soirées du club Dada" (1918-1921), 9 typewritten pages. "Autres manifestations Dada," 1 typewritten page.
9 3 Letter from Hausmann (to Poupard?), 1960 Jul 4
introducing an accompanying text concerning biographical details of Dada members, 3 typewritten pages.
9 3 Translations from German into French, 1963
"Sprung aus der Welt", in memory of Franz Jung, written for the journal Konkret No. 3, Hamburg, 1963 (two pages); also an one page excerpt from Jung's work "Der Weg nach Unten," 1963 Jan 21.
9 3 "Club Dada, Berlin 1918-1921" 1966 Jul 24
2 typewritten pages.
9 3 "Les 13 points du Dadaïsme" undated
3 typewritten pages.
9 3 "Les abus de la Foire Dada" 1921 Apr 21
2 typewritten pages.
9 3 Typewritten texts by diverse authors with Hausmann's French translations, undated, 1921
Hans Richter, "Raoul Hausmann - Mr. Moi," 2 typewritten pages; Hugo Ball, "Journal Dada," 5 typewritten pages; Walter Serner, "Dernier relâchement manifeste," 3 typewritten pages; Johannes Baader, "Le cadavre vert--Dadistes contre Weimar," 3 typewritten pages with a pencil note; Walter Mehring, "Indiscretions," 1 typewritten page; Raoul Hausmann, "Prenez garde à la peinture," 2 typewritten pages; Hausmann, "Rectification," one typewritten page. Hausmann, "Hannah Höch," (Biography), 1 typewritten page; Hausmann, "A la mémoire de Johannes Baader," 4 typewritten pages of a biographical account of the artist, his private life and publications. Hausmann, "Schwitters en voyage," 2 typewritten pages of a biographical account of Schwitter's relationship with Hausmann and Hannah Höch and their trip together to Prague (1921 Sep 4).
9 3 "Dada à Berlin. Informations pour Monsieur Poupard," with letter, undated, 1956
3 typewritten pages. Letter from Hausmann to Poupard, 1956 Jan 8, 3 typewritten pages concerning Dada in Berlin.
9 3 "Publications Dada de Raoul Hausmann," undated
2 page typewritten list with Hausmann's signature.
9 3 "Biographie de Raoul Hausmann par lui même," undated
1 typewritten page.
9 3 Other translations into French, 1918-1919
"Première allocution Dada en Allemagne by Richard Huelsenbeck 1918 Feb," 3 typewritten pages. "Les Six Soirées et Matinées du Club Dada de Berlin, 1918-1919", 3 typewritten pages. Hausmann, "A propos de la théorie du Dadaisme" (n.d.) 2 typewritten pages.
9 3 Correspondence de R. Hausmann (in French), 1958, 1960-1961
copies of letters from Hausmann to Losfeld (1958 Jan 10 and 1961 Apr 20) concerning Hausmann's watercolors for his book Courrier Dada; 2 letters to Hugnet (11960 Oct 3 and 1961 Jan 8); one letter to Perilli (1960 Apr 25).
9 4-5 Manuscripts, photographs
9 4 L'immortellemorte, 1947, 1956
preliminary copy (1947), with a cover design and watercolor sketch by Hausmann and 5 watercolor/ink drawings by Poupard. This material is accompanied by a six page typewritten text signed by Hausmann and dedicated to Poupard on 1956 Jan 11. The text is largely composed of invented words, alliteration and phonetic inventions.
9 5 Brief biography of Raoul Hausmann by Poupard-Lieussou, undated
with 5 pages in Poupard's hand and 8 typewritten pages. [For the complete published version see: Raoul Hausmann, Courrier Dada, Paris, 1958, p.146-157.]
9 5 1 contact sheet, 1959
Contact sheet has 12 b/w photographs of Hausmann, Poupard and guests, 1959. The mount is inscribed by Poupard: "Soiré. Raoul Hausmann au "Soleil dans la Tête," dated 1959 May 19, and "Emission Hausmann. Avant première" dated 1959 May 24.
9 6-13 Correspondence
9 6 Letters from Hausmann to Poupard, 1955 May 10 - 1956 Jan 25
19 typewritten letters. Hausmann provides Poupard with detailed information and editorial agendas of various Dada publications including: Der Gegener, Die Freiestrasse, MA, Die Neue Jugend, Der blutige Ernst, and Fourierist. He supplies Poupard with examples of automatic writing, discusses collaborative publications and expresses a distinct interest in meeting André Breton since "much of his work is also Surrealist." Hausmann calls himself the "intellectual foundation" of Berlin Dada, a group which "far exceeded the Zurich movement." He outlines his relationship with Schwitters, the pamphlet MERZ, and Schwitters' invention of "presentism." Hausmann also claims to have invented "automatic writing" in 1918, three years before it appeared in France, and to have invented photomontage.
Individuals mentioned: Hannah Höch, Kurt Schwitters, Kassak, Moholy-Nagy, Johannes Baader, Dr. Staub, Carl Einstein, Eggeling, George Grosz, Seuphor and Wescher.
9 7 Letters from Hausmann to Poupard, 1956 Jan 31 - 1956 Aug 29
27 typewritten letters. Hausmann answers Poupard's questions concerning the history of Dada, its members, splinter groups ("faux-Dadaists") and publications. He provides a broad summary of Dada publications including the journals: Das Borbell, the Belgium literary review Quadrum, Franz Jung's Die Neue Jugend, Huelsenbeck's Lost Library, Moholy-Nagy and Kassak's journal MA, the Zagreb journal Zenith, and Dadaka. Hausmann discusses the origin of phonetic poetry, its impact on literature, and his documentary recording of Schwitters' "Ursonate." He describes his transcriptions of Kurt Schwitter's correspondence and interprets the publication of these letters as vital to the history of 20th-century literature.
Individuals mentioned: Hans Richter, Eric Satie, Schwitters, Baader, Mehring, Baj, Colombo, Dangelo, Muller, Schulze, Kraus, Max Ernst, Seuphor, Bloc, Mesens, Hagenbach, Huelsenbeck, Dr. Goldschmidt, Isou, Grohmann, Rudolf Schlichter; Stuckenschmidt.
9 8 Letters from Hausmann to Poupard, 1956 Sep 7 - 1957 Feb 16
19 typewritten letters. At this point the correspondence assumes a more familiar tone and recounts Hausmann's contributions to publishers and gallery owners as well as detailed biographical information on individual members of the Dada circle. He recounts the precise historical events surrounding the original "Dada Evenings" where he recited his first phonetic poem in the Café Austria (June, 1918). The majority of these letters inform Poupard of Hausmann's current projects, such as the publication of PIN and the recording of Kurt Schwitters' "Ursonate." Hausmann insists that it was he and not Huelsenbeck who wrote the first Dada manifestoes.
Individuals mentioned: Citroen, Jaguer, Massacrasso, Laszlo, Paul Havilland, Sanouillet, Goetz-Kreutz, Hugnet, Flaker, Schmalhausen, Stuckenschmidt, Schlichter, George Grosz, Hans Arp and Otto Dix.
9 9 Letters from Hausmann to Poupard, 1957 Feb 25 - 1957 Jul 4
18 typewritten letters and 1 attached newspaper clipping. Hausmann recounts Huelsenbeck's early contributions to Dada. While confirming the historical accounts in Heulsenbeck's book ( Mit Witz, Licht und Grütze (Wiesbaden, 1957), Hausmann maintains that Huelsenbeck employed the techniques of a "Nazi Gauleiter." He provides historical details on Surrealist painting in Germany and claims that "he and others" employed psychoanalytical theory in art and sociology between 1916-1920. Hausmann also sketches a portrait of the Expressionist painter Arthur Segal, asserting that Segal invented "the eye catcher" in painting. Attached to this letter is a newspaper article with a positive review of Hausmann's film "The man who is afraid of bombs."
Individuals mentioned include: Tzara, Hugnet, Iliazd, Laszlo, Arp, Huelsenbeck, Ball, Szittya, Jaguer, Hans Richter, Emmy Hennings, Seuphor, Kurt Schwitters, Janco, Verkauf, Max Ernst, Bellmer, Brauner, Oelze, Hannah Höch, Franz Roh.
9 10 Letters from Hausmann to Poupard and to Losfeld, 1957 Jul 9 - 1957 Dec 22
16 typewritten letters from Hausmann to Poupard, and 2 letters to Losfeld. Familiar letters concerning Hausmann's publications, his criticisms and Poupard's inquiries about Dada figures, particularly those mentioned in Huelsenbeck's book Dada Almanach. Poupard and Hausmann discuss the Hausmann bibliography, Hausmann's criticisms of Freiland Dada, Meyer's denunciation of Baader, and Hausmann's "existentialist" manifestoes including: "Dada is more than Dada," "Victoire, Triomphe, Tabac et Harricots," and "Hanneton vole."
Individuals mentioned include: Losfeld, Huelsenbeck, Bolliger, Bernotte, Sanouillet, Valençay, K. O. Goetz, Albertus Magnus, Hamann, Tschinkel, Marcel Jean, Koenig, Iliazd, Losfeld, Tzara, Janco-Verkauf, Hannah Höch, Heidkamp, Baader, Bolliger, A. R. Meyer, Perilli, Seuphor, Hans Richter.
9 11 Letters from Hausmann to Poupard, 1957 Dec 27 - 1958 Apr 27
15 typewritten letters. Hausmann provides detailed information on several figures associated with the Dada movement including: Otto Dix and how he was invited by Grosz to participate in the Dada Fair 1920; Arthur Segal, who exhibited at the Dada Gallery in Zurich (1919-1920) but was denied the title "Dadaist," as was Hannah Höch. Hausmann also evaluates Arp's later work in which Arp presents himself as "ascetic," "saint," and "aesthete." Hausmann considers the book on Dada by Hugnet, Huelsenbeck, and Verkauf to be totally false. He describes editing the final galleys of his book Hyle, and an 8 minute LP recording he made of his poems "fmsbw" and "The Nightmare."
Individuals mentioned: Otto Dix, Arthur Segal, Hannah Höch, Berlewi, Carl Laszlo, Heta Hausmann, Malik-Verlag, Losfeld, Koenig, Naudaud, Huelsenbeck, Bolliger, Bernotte, Sanouillet, Valençay, K. O. Goetz, Albertus Magnus, Hamann, Tschinkel, Marcel Jean, Koenig, Iliazd, Tzara, Janco-Verkauf, Heidkamp, Baader, Bolliger, A. R. Meyer , Gerhard Preiss, Karl Doehmann, Seuphor, Hans Richter, Nadaud, Matarasso, Domela, André Breton, Antoine Artaud, Martin Henri.
9 12 Letters from Hausmann to Poupard, radio broadcast transcript, ink sketch, 1958-1959
A typewritten transcription of a radio broadcast by A. Weber reviewing Hausmann's Courrier Dada (Radio-Limoges, Monday, 1958 Sep 8); 27 typewritten letters from Hausmann to Poupard dated 1958 May 5 - 1959 Aug 10, one with ink sketch.
Hausmann reflects on the significance of his book, on the conservative political climate in France and how it might prejudice the reception of Courrier Dada. He expresses his continued desire to contact Marcel Duchamp and is surprised to hear of the publication of the Arp-Huelsenbeck-Tzara book, Die Dada Triumvirate.
Individuals mentioned: Franz Jung, Richard Oehring, Hannah Höch, Scheebert, Ball, Schwitters, Losfeld, Iliazd, Dr. Schonauer, Löffelholz, Benjamin Péret, Perilli, Jaguer, Goetz, Duchamp, Man Ray, Huelsenbeck, Arp, Tzara, Sanouillet, Mehring, Arnauld, Richter, Heartfield, Bolliger, Valançay; Ribemont-Dessaignes, Baader, Rathke, Laszlo and Jean Jacques Lévêque.
9 13 Letters from Hausmann to Poupard and to Huget, 1959-1960
2 typewritten letters to Hugnet (1960 Apr 4 and 1960 Apr 13); 23 letters from Hausmann to Poupard dated 1959 Sep 3 - 1960 Jul 21. Hausmann makes light of Jean Tinguely's "machine for making abstract painting" and its use by Duchamp, Arp, Man Ray and Hartung. He outlines his recent comedy "Palissander et Melasse." Hausmann responds to Hugnet's criticisms that he was a "social revolutionary" and his works were "disorganized" and "without style." In response, Hausmann claims to have invented automatic writing, phonetic poetry, photomontage, the ready-made and, with Van Doesburg, "pre-existentialism" in his "Manifesto Against the Weimar Spirit" (1918) and "Dada is more than Dada" (1920).
Individuals mentioned: Tinguely, Burri, Schumacher, Franz Roh, Hugnet, Löffelholz, Marcel Jean, Huelsenbeck, Mehring, Carl Friedrich Clause, Ernst Ruhmer, Ehrenburg, Arnauld, J.J. Lévêque, Marcel Jean, Mehring, Richter, Mme. Clara Malraux; Baader, Rubiner, Ball, Verkauf, Seibart, Ludwig Rubiner.
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10 1-9 Correspondence
10 1 Letters from Hausmann to Poupard, 1960 Jul 8 - 1962 Apr 3
36 typewritten letters. Hausmann summarizes Hannah Höch's reflections on the Dadaists and himself in Der Monat. He also appears ready to end his on-going dispute with Huelsenbeck and revels in his personal contributions to "Neodadaism," the publication of his comedy "Palissandre and Melasse," and his books, Siebensachen (Stuttgart, 1961) and Sprechspäne (Flensberg-Gluecksburg, 1962).
Individuals mentioned include: Franz Roh, Hugnet, Hannah Höch, Huelsenbeck , Jaguer, Breton, Henri Michaux, Perilli, Franz Jung, Schwitters, E. F. Haag, Schmalenbach, Anselm Ruest ("Max"); Raabe, Zeller, Pinthus, Hans Richter, Scheerbart, Baader, Josephson, Karpel, Lemaître, Isidore Isou, Hugo Ball and Arnaud.
10 2 Letters from Hausmann to Poupard, 1962 Apr 2 - 1963 May 30
26 typewritten letters. Hausmann discusses the criticism of his recent works, his contributions to phonetic poetry and to the anthology on "Neo-Dada." He discusses the significance of several artists, writers and Neo-Dada art movements. He describes the literary culture of the time as torpid and anti-polemical, and recent art groups as totally derivative or ignorant of his contribution.
Individuals mentioned: Karl Liebknecht, Rosa Luxemburg, Freiestrasse, Franz Pfemfert, Flake, Glauser, Doehmann, Stuckenschimdt, Carl Einstein, Günter Grass, Ljubomir Micic, Polianski, François Bayle, Noël Arnaud, Koenig, Franz Jung, Pierre Restany, Hains, Villeglé, DuFrène, Rotella, Vostell, Perilli, Byren.
10 3 Letters from Hausmann to Poupard, 1963-1964
30 typewritten letters dated 1963 Jul 11 - 1964 Nov 2, and a copy of his letter to Henri Chopin dated 1964 May 30. Hausmann discusses the exhibition and sale of his work in Italy and Austria, his research interests in Russian avant-garde art, recordings of his poetry, and his recent collages. Themes include Hausmann's publication of "Mutation des Langues" in the journals Les Lettres and Nesyo, and "Dadaism and Today's Avant-Garde" (TLS). Hausmann complains about his editors, Hannah Höch's article in the journal Arts, the "imitators of Dada," and Huelsensbeck's most recent book.
Individuals mentioned include: Henri Chopin, Tzara's death, Losfeld, Pierre Garnier, Leon Trotsky, Hannah Höch, Carl Friedrich Clause, Pierre Albert-Birot, Ljubomir Micic, Polianski, Sanouillet, Allmenand, Huelsenbeck, Ferdinand Kriwet, Mme Boullier and Richter.
10 4 Letters from Hausmann to Poupard, 1964 Nov 8 - 1966 Mar 15
23 typewritten letters. Hausmann recounts the disastrous consequences of the "Oxford exhibition" at Christ Church organized by Charles Cameron. Hausmann sent 11 works to this exhibit of "concrete and phonetic poetry" which was burglarized and destroyed by students on the night of June 10, 1965. He writes of other exhibits in which he participated, including the 50th anniversary exhibition of Dada in Zurich, the Dada exhibition in Milan (Spring, 1966), the Austrian exhibition on Dada, Surrealism and Pop Art "Dada up to Today" (Linz, 1965), an exhibit at the Modern Museum in Stockholm (2/1966). He makes recommendations for Poupard's proposed exhibit on Dada art. Hausmann remains contemptuous of plans to found a neo-dadaist society, despite Tzara's and Beher's intention to remain faithful to the Dada movement's spirit. He continues to criticize Huelsenbeck's claims concerning the invention of avant-garde techniques.
Individuals mentioned include: Sanouillet, Beher, Marthe Prévot, Serner, Ball, Arp, Huelsenbeck, Baader, Schmalenbach, Dr. Raabe, Marc Le Bot, Perilli, Ferdinand Kriwet, Vence, Aragon, Hans Richter, Henri Chopin, Roland Penrose, Jasia Reichardt, Bloch, Mike Weaver, Ribemont-Dessaignes, Franz Jung, Benjamin Goriély, Iliazd, Berlewi, Kandinsky, Stenvert, Charles Cameron, Belloli, Péret, Arrigo Lora Totino, Jef Golyscheff, Mrs. Vetter, Dörtner, Franz Jung, Schwarz, Losfeld, Steinert, Roh, Eisenwerth, Ernst Jandl, Marcel Janco, Schwitters, Forster, Hans Bott, Koenig, Jaguer, Mrs. Vordenberg, George Grosz, Luthy, Baumann, Oppenheimer, Pierre Albert-Birot, Crotti and Emmy Hennings.
10 5 Letters from Hausmann to Poupard, 1966-1968
28 typewritten letters dated 3/20/1966 Mar 20 - 1968 Oct 25, and a copy of his letter to Bernard Dorival from 1966 Dec 6. Hausmann discusses the organization of Poupard's intended exhibition on Dada art. He defines Dada as a "spiritual and moral attitude" and not a matter of chance participation. Hausmann describes his association with Piscator until 1920 and Piscator's theatrical innovations, communist sympathies and disrespect for his actors. Hausmann also describes his 30 minute LP recording of phonetic poetry.
Individuals mentioned: Emmy Hennings, Ernst Toller, Erwin Piscator, Franz Jung, Pascal Colard, Mehring, Felix Andreas Baumann, Bernard Doribal, Dom Sylvester Houédard, Dick Higgins, Sibyl Moholy-Nagy, Franz Mehring, Hannah Höch, Golycheff, Maurice Lemaître, Isadore Isou, Henri Chopin, Hoog, Paul de Vree, Schwitters, Werner Schmalenbach.
10 6 Letters from Hausmann to Poupard, 1968-1969
18 typewritten letters dated 1968 Nov 8 - 1969 Jun 1; a six page typewritten copy of interview questions prepared by the office of French Radio and Television (ORTF), and a typewritten letter to Mr. Malina dated 1969 Feb 10. Hausmann discusses recent articles and his current montage "Gurk" in the exhibit "The Machine" in New York. J. J. Marchand of ORTF contacted him concerning a television broadcast on Dada in Zurich, Berlin and Köln (5/1969). In this interview Hausmann reiterates his understanding of the historical development of Dada and expresses his antipathy for Huelsenbeck.
Individuals mentioned include: J. L. Brau, Walter Lewine, Villeglé, Malina, Petithory, J. J. Marchand, George Hugnet, Hannah Höch, Hans Richter, Mlle. Bujot and Mme. Marguerite Arp.
10 7 Letters from Hausmann to Poupard, 1969 Jul 27 - 1970 Dec 6
14 typewritten letters and a copy of a typewritten letter from Hausmann to the editors of Cahiers. Topics include: the publication of his books La Sensorialité excentrique (Cambridge, 1970) and Am Anfang war Dada (University of Stockholm, and later in Steinbach/Giessen, 1972), Hara, Hara, Hara (Anabas, Berlin, reprint of his 1921 book). His private affairs are becoming more difficult due to illness. He comments on Poupard's television broadcasts on Dada.
Individuals mentioned include: Mme. Boullier, Grobety, Jef Golyscheff, Visat, Vogel, Arturo Schwarz, Seibart, Morgenstern, Klebnikov, Kroutchenyck, Hugo Ball, Kurt Schwitters, Iliazd, Henri Chopin, Walter Serner, Richter.
10 8 Pneumatique cards (Paris) from Hausmann to Poupard
with greetings and personal appointments.
10 8 New year's greetings to Poupard, 1956
1 color print.
10 8 Cards to Poupard
13 cards (with drawings or photo reproductions) with personal greetings and instructions.
10 8 Poem by Hausmann, 1957 Aug 20
typewritten poem entitled "Terrepiedsnuages" (earth, feet, clouds), dated.
10 8 Letters and card from Hausmann to Mme Lieussou, 1957 Jul 25, 1963 Jul 4
4 typewritten letters and one card from Hausmann to Mme Lieussou ("Iseult with the white hands"). He describes his troubles with the editors of his book Courier Dada who are trying to change his French text beyond any reasonable limits. He complains of being too busy to write a funny melodrama about Palissandre and Melasse. He reminisces about his little house in Ibiza, and asks Mme Lieussou to convey greetings to Poupard ("pup-art").
Individuals mentioned include: Sanouillet, Huelsenbeck and Richter.
10 9 Letters to Hausmann, 1962, 1958, 1959
Copies of 3 typewritten letters to Hausmann from Roland Penrose (1962 Apr 6), Sanouillet (1958 Jan 1) and H. Leveque (1959 Mar 5). The former apologizes for his part in the revision of Hausmann's book Courier Dada. Leveque sends the contract regarding Hausmann's exhibition at the gallery Le Soleil dans la Tête.
10 9 One pencil drawing by Poupard-Lieussou, undated
10 9 16 letters from Marthe Prévot to Poupard, 1971 Feb 7 - 1971 Oct 15
Her typed letters describe Hausmann's death and funeral ceremonies, the distribution of news of his death, the care and protection of Hausmann's publications and works. Numerous editors contacted her to publish Hausmann's works without offers of royalties. She is distressed and appeals to Poupard for advice on questions of sale, copyright, royalties, further publications and exhibitions.
Individuals mentioned include: Budik, Hugnet, Mehring, Richter, Huelsenbeck, Gabrielle Mazzotta, John Elderfield, Arturo Schwarz, Jo Verbugghen, Françoise Nora, Blaise Gautier and Henri Chopin.
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12* 2 Woodblock print by Hausmann, 1951
(5 of 25) dedicated to Poupard.
12* 3 sound recording : 33 rpm, 1958
Vinyl. Made by Poupard of a few of Hausmann's poèmes phonétiques. Poupard made five records in April 1958 presumably from another recording.

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