Title:Brother Antoninus: poet, printer and religious : koral history transcript: and related material, 1965-1966
Creator/Contributor:Everson, William, 1912-1994, creator, interviewee.
Creator/Contributor:Teiser, Ruth, interviewer.
Creator/Contributor:Bancroft Library, Regional Oral History Office.
Tape-recorded interview conducted Dec. 1965 by Ruth Teiser for the Regional Oral History Office, Bancroft Library. Experiences
in World War II conscientious objectors' camp: writing and printing in Bay Area; conversion to Catholicism; life as a lay
brother in Dominican order; recent writing and lecturing. Photographs inserted. Appended: poem, Triptych for the Living, printed
by the author, Oct. 1955; KQED program with article re the poet; photocopy of article from the Daily Californian re his lecture
on the Berkeley campus.
Subject:n-us--- -- n-us-ca
Conscientious objectors -- United States
Poetry -- California
Printers -- California
San Francisco (Calif.) -- Intellectual life
United States -- California -- Berkeley
William Everson ; tape recorded interview conducted by Ruth Teiser in 1965. Regional Oral History Office, the Bancroft Library,
University of California, Berkeley, Calif., 1966 :
Phonotape also available.
Also available online.
William Everson took the name Brother Antoninus during the years he served as a Dominican lay brother.
, 97 leaves ; 28 cm. + related material.
BANC CD 144:1-4
BANC MSS 67/92 c
Phonotape 205 B
Phonotape 3260 C:1-5