Correspondence, writings, designs, photographs, prints, artwork and ephemera produced by Henry H. Evans and the Peregrine
Evans was born in Superior, WI, in 1918; alumnus of the Univ. of California, City College of San Francisco, San Francisco
State College, and the Univ. of Arizona; opened the Porpoise Book Shop in 1942 in Tucson, AZ, and relocated it to San Francisco,
CA, in 1944; in 1949 he bought a hand press and began printing books of poetry and later began producing block prints of his
own; many of his linocuts were botanical prints and still lifes, and he produced prints of over 600 subjects.
19 boxes (12 linear feet), plus flat files
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This collection is open to researchers.