Santo Domingo, Julio Mario
- Existence: 1957-2009
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Overview: Contains records relating to the Fitz Hugh Ludlow Memorial Library, a library of psychoactive drug-related literature created in 1970 by Michael D. Horowitz, Cynthia Palmer, William Dailey, and Robert Barker in San Francisco that later was purchased by Julio Mario Santo Domingo and became part of the Ludlow-Santo Domingo Library.
Overview: Contains books, comics, and ephemera related to Tintin, intended for adults and often related to drug use, travel, and sex.
Overview: Contains audiovisual materials collected by the Ludlow-Santo Domingo Library, usually audio recordings related to drugs and counter-culture, including phonograph records, beta cassettes, video cassettes, published DVDs, and more.
Overview: Collection of lobby cards for advertising films circa 1960s-1980s.
Scope and Contents: Collection contains photographs, mostly black and white, depicting drugs and drug use in a variety of contexts. Contains photographs that some might find offensive.
Overview: Contains papers concerning Lou Gottlieb's Morning Star Ranch in Occidental (Calif.), including lengthy questionnaires completed by residents, along with references to Wheeler's, another community in Occidental begun by artist Bill Wheeler.
Overview: Contains correspondence from Thom Gunn, photographs, and ephemera related to Gunn's work as a poet.
Overview: Contains photocopies of galleys for William S. Burroughs's Book of Breeething, with copies of correspondence of Burroughs with Jan Hermanm and a copy of the 1975 Blue Wind Press paperback edition, likely grouped by the Fitz Hugh Ludlow Memorial Library curator Michael R. Aldrich.