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Record Number 2177
Reference Type Book
Author Merton, Thomas
Year 1968
Title Landscape, Prophet and Wild Dog Place Published: Syracuse
Publisher Black Bird Press
Edition First hard cover limited edition - signed Short Title: Landscape, Prophet and Wild Dog
Notes Cloth in slipcase; the portfolio has six etchings which were drawn and hand-printed on d'Arches paper by Don Cortese, and the type is Garamond which was hand-set and printed at the Black Bird Press. The etching and text paper size is 16 1/2 x 12" with deckle edge. The medium grey linen cloth slipcase is slightly larger with the title stamped in gold. The Charbonel etching inks used in the etchings and text sheets are in black, red and grey. Limited edition. Signed by Don Cortese.
Label NUYLA
Record Number 1922
Reference Type Audiovisual Material
Author Merton, Thomas
Year 2009
Title A Hidden Wholeness / The Zen Photography of Thomas Merton Place Published: Rochester
Notes Soft cover pamphlet.
Label A
Date June 11 - Mid-September, 2009 Short Title: A Hidden Wholeness / The Zen Photography of Thomas Merton
Extent of Work This item is a pamphlet that introduces and describes an exhibit of 35 photographs by Thomas Merton held at the Lorette Wilmot Library, Nazareth College, Rochester, NY.
Record Number 1903
Reference Type Book
Author Merton, Thomas
Year 1956
Title Pax #1 / A Prelude: For the Feast of St. Agnes Place Published: New York
Volume 1 page on newsprint
Publisher Pax #1
Edition First broadside newsprint edition. Short Title: Pax #1 / A Prelude: For the Feast of St. Agnes
Notes Newsprint broadside. Pax was a "magazine" of poetry and art in which the work was the free contribution of the artists themselves "as their way of working toward an appreciation of the ideal of an enduring peace: the work of justice, the fruit of love". Pax was edited and published by Robert Lax (close friend to Merton) from the offices of Jubilee magazine starting in the mid-1950’s to the early 1960’s and was revived for a few minor issues in the 1980’s. This item is part of a portfolio in this collection of Pax items that contains the following:
Label UPA
Record Number 1693
Reference Type Book
Author Merton, Thomas
Year 1961
Title Pax #16 / Original Child Bomb Place Published: New York
Publisher Pax #16
Edition First newsprint brodside edition. Short Title: Pax #16 / Original Child Bomb
Notes Newsprint broadside. Pax was a "magazine" of poetry and art in which the work was the free contribution of the artists themselves "as their way of working toward an appreciation of the ideal of an enduring peace: the work of justice, the fruit of love". Pax was edited and published by Robert Lax (close friend to Merton) from the offices of Jubilee magazine starting in the mid-1950’s to the early 1960’s and was revived for a few minor issues in the 1980’s. This item is part of a portfolio of Pax items in this collection that contains the following:
Label UAO
Record Number 1691
Reference Type Book
Author Merton, Thomas
Year 1960
Title Pax #11 / Four Poems of Caesar Vallejo (translated by Thomas Merton) / "Estais Muertos"; "Black Stone on Top of a White Stone"; "Peace, the Wasp"; "Anger". Place Published: New York
Publisher Pax #11
Edition First newsprint broadside edition. Short Title: Pax #11 / Four Poems of Caesar Vallejo (translated by Thomas Merton) / "Estais Muertos"; "Black Stone on Top of a White Stone"; "Peace, the Wasp"; "Anger".
Notes Newsprint broadside. Pax was a "magazine" of poetry and art in which the work was the free contribution of the artists themselves "as their way of working toward an appreciation of the ideal of an enduring peace: the work of justice, the fruit of love". Pax was edited and published by Robert Lax (close friend to Merton) from the offices of Jubilee magazine starting in the mid-1950’s to the early 1960’s and was revived for a few minor issues in the 1980’s. This item is part of a portfolio of Pax items in this collection that contains the following:
Label UA
Record Number 1692
Reference Type Book
Author Merton, Thomas
Year 1958
Title Pax #7 / Two Poems and a Translation by Thomas Merton / "A Practical Program for Monks"; "An Elegy for Five Old Ladies"; "Drake and the Southern Sea" by Ernesto Cardenal (translated by Merton). Place Published: New York
Publisher Pax #7
Edition First newsprint broadside edition. Short Title: Pax #7 / Two Poems and a Translation by Thomas Merton / "A Practical Program for Monks"; "An Elegy for Five Old Ladies"; "Drake and the Southern Sea" by Ernesto Cardenal (translated by Merton).
Notes Newsprint broadside. Pax was a "magazine" of poetry and art in which the work was the free contribution of the artists themselves "as their way of working toward an appreciation of the ideal of an enduring peace: the work of justice, the fruit of love". Pax was edited and published by Robert Lax (close friend to Merton) from the offices of Jubilee magazine starting in the mid-1950’s to the early 1960’s and was revived for a few minor issues in the 1980’s. This item is part of a portfolio of Pax items in this collection that contains the following:
Label UA
Record Number 1690
Reference Type Book
Author Merton, Thomas
Year 1957
Title Pax #4 / Five Poems by Thomas Merton / "Wisdom"; "Song: In the Shows of the Round Ox"; "Birdcage Walk"; "Nocturne"; "Landscape" Place Published: New York
Publisher Pax #4
Number of Pages 1 page, 12"x18
Edition First broadside newsprint edition. Short Title: Pax #4 / Five Poems by Thomas Merton / "Wisdom"; "Song: In the Shows of the Round Ox"; "Birdcage Walk"; "Nocturne"; "Landscape
Notes Newsprint broadside. Pax was a "magazine" of poetry and art in which the work was the free contribution of the artists themselves "as their way of working toward an appreciation of the ideal of an enduring peace: the work of justice, the fruit of love". Pax was edited and published by Robert Lax (close friend to Merton) from the offices of Jubilee magazine starting in the mid-1950’s to the early 1960’s and was revived for a few minor issues in the 1980’s. This item is part of a portfolio of Pax items in this collection that contains the following:
Label UA
Record Number 1686
Reference Type Audiovisual Material
Author Merton, Thomas
Year 2006
Title A Hidden Wholeness / The Zen Photography of Thomas Merton Place Published: Vancouver
Notes Soft cover pamphlet.
Label A
Date August 16 - September 3, 2006 Short Title: A Hidden Wholeness / The Zen Photography of Thomas Merton
Extent of Work This item is a pamphlet that introduces and describes an exhibit of 35 photographs by Thomas Merton held at the Sacred Box Gallery in Vancouver, British Columbia. The exhibit was organized and sponsored by the Thomas Merton Society of Canada.
Record Number 1684
Reference Type Book
Author Merton, Thomas
Year 1961
Title Pax #16 / Original Child Bomb Place Published: New York
Publisher Pax #16
Edition First newsprint brodside edition. Short Title: Pax #16 / Original Child Bomb
Notes Newsprint broadside. Pax was a "magazine" of poetry and art in which the work was the free contribution of the artists themselves "as their way of working toward an appreciation of the ideal of an enduring peace: the work of justice, the fruit of love". Pax was edited and published by Robert Lax (close friend to Merton) from the offices of Jubilee magazine starting in the mid-1950’s to the early 1960’s and was revived for a few minor issues in the 1980’s. This item is part of a portfolio of Pax items in this collection that contains the following:
Label UAO
Record Number 1683
Reference Type Book
Author Merton, Thomas
Year 1961
Title Pax #16 / Original Child Bomb Place Published: New York
Publisher Pax #16
Edition First newsprint brodside edition. Short Title: Pax #16 / Original Child Bomb
Notes Newsprint broadside. Pax was a "magazine" of poetry and art in which the work was the free contribution of the artists themselves "as their way of working toward an appreciation of the ideal of an enduring peace: the work of justice, the fruit of love". Pax was edited and published by Robert Lax (close friend to Merton) from the offices of Jubilee magazine starting in the mid-1950’s to the early 1960’s and was revived for a few minor issues in the 1980’s. This item is part of a portfolio of Pax items in this collection that contains the following:
Label UAO
Record Number 548
Reference Type Book
Picture
Author Merton, Thomas
Year 1968
Title Landscape, Prophet and Wild Dog Place Published: Syracuse, NY
Publisher Black Bird Press
Edition First hard cover limited edition portfolio. Short Title: Landscape, Prophet and Wild Dog
Notes Cloth in slipcase; the portfolio has six etchings which were drawn and hand-printed on d'Arches paper by Don Cortese, and the type is Garamond which was hand-set and printed at the Black Bird Press. The etching and text paper size is 16 1/2 x 12" with deckle edge. The medium grey linen cloth slipcase is slightly larger with the title stamped in gold. The Charbonel etching inks used in the etchings and text sheets are in black, red and grey. Limited edition - # 19/25. Signed by Don Cortese.
Label YOLA
Record Number 547
Reference Type Book
Picture
Author Merton, Thomas
Year 1968
Title Landscape, Prophet and Wild Dog Place Published: Syracuse, NY
Publisher Black Bird Press
Edition First hard cover limited edition portfolio. Short Title: Landscape, Prophet and Wild Dog
Notes Cloth in slipcase; the portfolio has six etchings which were drawn and hand-printed on d'Arches paper by Don Cortese, and the type is Garamond which was hand-set and printed at the Black Bird Press. The etching and text paper size is 16 1/2 x 12" with deckle edge. The medium grey linen cloth slipcase is slightly larger with the title stamped in gold. The Charbonel etching inks used in the etchings and text sheets are in black, red and grey. Limited edition - # 15/25. Signed by Don Cortese.
Label YOLA
Record Number 539
Reference Type Book
Picture
Author Merton, Thomas
Year 1962
Title Hagia Sophia / signed Place Published: Lexington
Publisher Stamperia del Santuccio
Number of Pages 8
Edition First hard cover, signed, limited edition. Short Title: Hagia Sophia / signed
Notes Cloth; signed by Merton; limited edition - Opus 17, # 28/69. This item has a variant cloth binding while is internally unchanged. Laid in is a proof of an engraving from the Victor Hammer collection titled, "Hagia Sophia and the Young Christ" (unfinished state). This engraving looks to be a proof for the 1978 edition of this item that includes this frontispiece engraving. This item was received with deepest gratitude from the personal collection of William H. Shannon.
Label DSLA
Record Number 522
Reference Type Journal Article
Picture
Author Merton, Thomas
Year 1967
Title The Drawings of Thomas Merton: Notes by Thomas Merton
Journal Voyages: A National Literary Magazine
Volume 1
Notes Includes photos of 8 Merton drawings (one of which is in this collection). Also included is article "A Note (and Poem) by Mark Van Doren on Thomas Merton.
Label PA
Date Fall Short Title: The Drawings of Thomas Merton: Notes by Thomas Merton
Pages 53-62
Record Number 519
Reference Type Magazine Article
Picture
Author Merton, Thomas
Year ?
Title Green Island Place Published: Chesire, England
Publisher David Kilburn
Notes soft cover Ink drawing and "Dramas of the Evening" by Merton.
Label PA
Pages 1 page, twice folded into the centre. Short Title: Green Island
Record Number 146
Reference Type Book
Picture
Author Miller, Vassar
Year 1981
Title Selected and New Poems: 1950 to 1980 Place Published: Austin, Texas
Publisher Latitudes Press
Number of Pages 160
Edition First hard cover edition Short Title: Selected and New Poems: 1950 to 1980
Notes Cloth and dust jacket; cover artwork by Thomas Merton; posthumous letter to Thomas Merton by the author.
Label CA
Record Number 1694
Reference Type Audiovisual Material
Author Morgan Atkinson, (documentary creator)
Year 2007
Title Soul Searching / The Journey of Thomas Merton
Publisher Duckworks, Inc. Short Title: Soul Searching / The Journey of Thomas Merton
Notes DVD documentary on Merton.
Label A
Record Number 2061
Reference Type Artwork
Year Year: 1968 (dated in ink)
Title Original black and white photograph of Thomas Merton
Notes Black and white photo of Merton at his hermitage - standing on the porch with one hand up against the pillar and the other on his hip.
Label A
Type of Work photograph Short Title: Original black and white photograph of Thomas Merton
Record Number 1978
Reference Type Artwork
Title Original black and white photograph of Thomas Merton
Notes Original black and white photograph of a young Thomas Merton with two cousins. Written on the back of the photo is, "Tom (left) + Trier cousins at Seaside (England)". The photo was recieved, with deepest gratitude, from John Stanley, who received it from Merton Trier, first cousin of Thomas Merton. John Stanley was a monk at Gethsemani for a short time while Merton was also there, and spent much of his life researching and writing about Merton, his friends and his family.
Label A
Type of Work Black and white photograph Short Title: Original black and white photograph of Thomas Merton
Record Number 1979
Reference Type Artwork
Title Original black and white photograph of Thomas Merton
Notes Original black and white photograph of a young Thomas Merton with two boys (Trier cousins?) by the beach. There are two copies of this photo present as well as the original negative of the photo. They were recieved, with deepest gratitude, from John Stanley, who received it from Merton Trier, first cousin of Thomas Merton. John Stanley was a monk at Gethsemani for a short time while Merton was also there, and spent much of his life researching and writing about Merton, his friends and his family.
Label AU
Type of Work Black and white photograph Short Title: Original black and white photograph of Thomas Merton
Record Number 1980
Reference Type Artwork
Title Original black and white photograph of Thomas Merton
Notes Original black and white photograph of a young Thomas Merton with three others - Tom is at left, Mrs. Gwynedd Merton Trier at right (sister of Tom's father) and her two boys. The photo was taken at the Trier place on the Isle of Wight in the late 1920's. This item was recieved, with deepest gratitude, from John Stanley, who received it from Merton Trier, first cousin of Thomas Merton. John Stanley was a monk at Gethsemani for a short time while Merton was also there, and spent much of his life researching and writing about Merton, his friends and his family.
Label A
Type of Work Black and white photograph Short Title: Original black and white photograph of Thomas Merton
Record Number 1805
Reference Type Artwork
Year 2008
Title Thomas Merton / 40 Years After Place Published: Lexington
Publisher The Special Collections Library / University of Kentucky
Notes This item is a folded invitation to attend an exhibition celebrating the work of Thomas Merton 40 years after his passing.
Label A
Type of Work Printed invitation Short Title: Thomas Merton / 40 Years After
Record Number 1806
Reference Type Artwork
Year 2008
Title Thomas Merton / 40 Years After Place Published: Lexington
Publisher The Special Collections Library / University of Kentucky
Notes This item is a folded invitation to attend an exhibition celebrating the work of Thomas Merton 40 years after his passing.
Label A
Type of Work Printed invitation Short Title: Thomas Merton / 40 Years After
Record Number 1435
Reference Type Artwork
Year 1966
Title Original black and white photograph of Thomas Merton, Thich Nhat Hanh and John Heidbrink / signed
Notes This photo was taken by a monk of Gethsemani using the camera of John Heidbrink who had it signed by Hanh, "in brotherhood, Thich Nhat Hanh, 6-12-1966". Heidbrink was church work secretary for the Fellowship of Reconciliation at the time and passed it along to his friend Jim Forest. This item was recieved with gratitude from the collection of Jim Forest.
Label AUY
Date June 12, 1966
Type of Work Black and white photograph. Short Title: Original black and white photograph of Thomas Merton, Thich Nhat Hanh and John Heidbrink / signed
Record Number 831
Reference Type Artwork
Picture
Title Original black and white photograph of Thomas Merton
Notes Original black and white photograph of a young Thomas Merton with two female friends while biking with a tennis racket in hand. The photo was taken while at "Fairlawn" in West Horsley, Surrey, a place where Merton spent time in his childhood. The woman on the far left of the photo is Gwynedd Merton Trier (Owen's sister). There are two copies of this photo present. The photo was recieved, with deepest gratitude, from John Stanley, who received it from Merton Trier, first cousin of Thomas Merton. John Stanley was a monk at Gethsemani for a short time while Merton was also there, and spent much of his life researching and writing about Merton, his friends and his family.
Label AU
Type of Work Black and white photograph. Short Title: Original black and white photograph of Thomas Merton
Record Number 2156
Reference Type Book
Author O’Gorman, Ned
Year 1961
Title Pax #15 / "The Sea: East Hampton" Place Published: New York
Volume 1 page on newsprint
Publisher Pax #15
Edition First broadside newsprint edition. Short Title: Pax #15 / "The Sea: East Hampton
Notes Newsprint broadside. Pax was a "magazine" of poetry and art in which the work was the free contribution of the artists themselves "as their way of working toward an appreciation of the ideal of an enduring peace: the work of justice, the fruit of love". Pax was edited and published by Robert Lax (close friend to Merton) from the offices of Jubilee magazine starting in the mid-1950’s to the early 1960’s and was revived for a few minor issues in the 1980’s. This item is part of a portfolio in this collection of Pax items that contains the following:
Label UPAN
Record Number 2153
Reference Type Book
Author O’Gorman, Ned
Year 1960
Title Pax #12 / "The Tent", "The Song", "The Sign", "The Element". Place Published: New York
Volume 1 page on newsprint
Publisher Pax #12
Edition First broadside newsprint edition. Short Title: Pax #12 / "The Tent", "The Song", "The Sign", "The Element".
Notes Newsprint broadside. Pax was a "magazine" of poetry and art in which the work was the free contribution of the artists themselves "as their way of working toward an appreciation of the ideal of an enduring peace: the work of justice, the fruit of love". Pax was edited and published by Robert Lax (close friend to Merton) from the offices of Jubilee magazine starting in the mid-1950’s to the early 1960’s and was revived for a few minor issues in the 1980’s. This item is part of a portfolio in this collection of Pax items that contains the following:
Label UPAN
Record Number 509
Reference Type Book
Author Pablo Antonio Cuadra, (trans. by Thomas Merton)
Year 1971
Title The Jaguar and the Moon
Publisher Unicorn Press
Number of Pages 38
Edition First hard cover edition.
Notes Cloth (no dust jacket as issued).
Label jaguarmoon
Translator Merton, Thomas Short Title: The Jaguar and the Moon
Series Title Unicorn Keepsake Series Place Published: Greensboro
Record Number 2148
Reference Type Book
Author Peter Lewis [Robert Lax], Mark Van Doren
Year 1957
Title Pax #3 / "Song" by Peter Lewis [Robert Lax], "Morning Worship" by Mark Van Doren. Place Published: New York
Volume 1 page on newsprint
Publisher Pax #3
Edition First broadside newsprint edition. Short Title: Pax #3 / "Song" by Peter Lewis [Robert Lax], "Morning Worship" by Mark Van Doren.
Notes Newsprint broadside. Pax was a "magazine" of poetry and art in which the work was the free contribution of the artists themselves "as their way of working toward an appreciation of the ideal of an enduring peace: the work of justice, the fruit of love". Pax was edited and published by Robert Lax (close friend to Merton) from the offices of Jubilee magazine starting in the mid-1950’s to the early 1960’s and was revived for a few minor issues in the 1980’s. This item is part of a portfolio in this collection of Pax items that contains the following:
Label UPAN
Record Number 2150
Reference Type Book
Author Peter Lewis, [Robert Lax]
Year 1958
Title Pax #8 / "27th & 4th" Place Published: New York
Volume 1 page on newsprint
Publisher Pax #8
Edition First broadside newsprint edition. Short Title: Pax #8 / "27th & 4th
Notes Newsprint broadside. Pax was a "magazine" of poetry and art in which the work was the free contribution of the artists themselves "as their way of working toward an appreciation of the ideal of an enduring peace: the work of justice, the fruit of love". Pax was edited and published by Robert Lax (close friend to Merton) from the offices of Jubilee magazine starting in the mid-1950’s to the early 1960’s and was revived for a few minor issues in the 1980’s. This item is part of a portfolio in this collection of Pax items that contains the following:
Label UPAN
Record Number 2154
Reference Type Book
Author Picasso, Ad Reinhardt, Motherwell, Cezanne etc.
Year 1960
Title Pax #13 / "Documents of Modern Art", "Cencored" and "The New Decade" with a collection of quotations from various artists (Picasso, AD Reinhardt, Motherwell, Cezanne etc.). Place Published: New York
Volume 1 page on newsprint
Publisher Pax #13
Edition First broadside newsprint edition. Short Title: Pax #13 / "Documents of Modern Art", "Cencored" and "The New Decade" with a collection of quotations from various artists (Picasso, AD Reinhardt, Motherwell, Cezanne etc.).
Notes Newsprint broadside. Pax was a "magazine" of poetry and art in which the work was the free contribution of the artists themselves "as their way of working toward an appreciation of the ideal of an enduring peace: the work of justice, the fruit of love". Pax was edited and published by Robert Lax (close friend to Merton) from the offices of Jubilee magazine starting in the mid-1950’s to the early 1960’s and was revived for a few minor issues in the 1980’s. This item is part of a portfolio in this collection of Pax items that contains the following:
Label UPAN
Record Number 690
Reference Type Book
Picture
Author Ralph Eugene Meatyard, (with essay by Guy Davenport and preface by Barry Magid)
Year 1991
Title Father Louie Photographs of Thomas Merton / signed Place Published: New York
Publisher Timken Publishers, Inc.
Number of Pages 105
Edition First, numbered, limited edition hard cover. Signed, #54/100. Short Title: Father Louie Photographs of Thomas Merton / signed
Notes Cloth and slip case; includes a print tipped-in from Meatyard's original negative, printed by his son Christopher. Signed by Guy Davenport; #54/100.
Label YLA
Record Number 2157
Reference Type Book
Author Robert Kaye, (designed by Emil Antonucci)
Year 1962
Title Pax #17 / "Autobiography" Place Published: New York
Volume 1 page on newsprint
Publisher Pax #17
Edition First broadside newsprint edition. Short Title: Pax #17 / "Autobiography
Notes Newsprint broadside. Pax was a "magazine" of poetry and art in which the work was the free contribution of the artists themselves "as their way of working toward an appreciation of the ideal of an enduring peace: the work of justice, the fruit of love". Pax was edited and published by Robert Lax (close friend to Merton) from the offices of Jubilee magazine starting in the mid-1950’s to the early 1960’s and was revived for a few minor issues in the 1980’s. This item is part of a portfolio in this collection of Pax items that contains the following:
Label UPAN
Record Number 2155
Reference Type Book
Author Robert Lax, (graphic design by Emil Antonucci)
Year 1961
Title Pax #14 / "Two Fables", "Question" and "A Problem in Design" Place Published: New York
Volume 1 page on newsprint
Publisher Pax #14
Edition First broadside newsprint edition. Short Title: Pax #14 / "Two Fables", "Question" and "A Problem in Design
Notes Newsprint broadside. Pax was a "magazine" of poetry and art in which the work was the free contribution of the artists themselves "as their way of working toward an appreciation of the ideal of an enduring peace: the work of justice, the fruit of love". Pax was edited and published by Robert Lax (close friend to Merton) from the offices of Jubilee magazine starting in the mid-1950’s to the early 1960’s and was revived for a few minor issues in the 1980’s. This item is part of a portfolio in this collection of Pax items that contains the following:
Label UPAN
Record Number 2159
Reference Type Book
Author Robert Lax, (photograph of Reinhardt); Ad Reinhardt, (three short texts); Emil Antonucci, (design)
Year 1962
Title Pax #18 / "Ad Reinhardt" Place Published: New York
Volume 1 page on newsprint
Publisher Pax #18
Edition First broadside newsprint edition. Short Title: Pax #18 / "Ad Reinhardt
Notes Newsprint broadside. Pax was a "magazine" of poetry and art in which the work was the free contribution of the artists themselves "as their way of working toward an appreciation of the ideal of an enduring peace: the work of justice, the fruit of love". Pax was edited and published by Robert Lax (close friend to Merton) from the offices of Jubilee magazine starting in the mid-1950’s to the early 1960’s and was revived for a few minor issues in the 1980’s. This item is part of a portfolio in this collection of Pax items that contains the following:
Label UPAN
Record Number 2648
Author Thomas Merton (poems), Lance Hidy (photos), Brother Benedict Simmonds (editor)
Year 1994
Title Conversatio: Cistercian Monastic Life
Edition Limited edition - 1 of 50 lettered copies; "DD"
Notes Extremely rare, limited edition, Conversatio: Cistercian Monastic Life Portfolio (1994), by Thomas Merton and Lance Hidy, edited by Brother Benedict Simmonds. Connected to the poem by Merton, Conversation Morum, and including a Lance Hidy 12 Photographs Portfolio Set (8 black and white and 4 color Cibachrome 8 x 10 inches photographs, signed on the verso and mounted in 12 x 14-inch over-mats). There were 200 numbered copies and 50 lettered copies made - this is letter DD. Enclosed in clamshell case.
Label UYAL
Pages
Type of Work
Extent of Work Oversized Portfolio in clamshell casing.
Abstract
Record Number 825
Reference Type Book
Picture
Author William Paulsell, (cover photo by Thomas Merton)
Year 1978
Title Letters from a Hermit Place Published: Springfield
Publisher Templegate Publishers
Number of Pages 127
Edition First hard cover edition. Short Title: Letters from a Hermit
Notes Cloth and dust jacket; cover photograph by Thomas Merton.
Label CA