Going through archive backlog scanning material to post, work with, and present in other form on cuke later from anywhere.
Scans of Shunryu Suzuki lecture notes or transcripts will be posted elsewhere.
Letters to and from Shunryu Suzuki
Letters and other writing maybe from Shunryu Suzuki in his own hand
(I don't really know if they're in his own hand and haven't taken the time to analyze them. That could be done by checking each of these against the much earlier posted letters. - DC)
Draft of talk at Buddha's Birthday celebration in the Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park in SF. - Japanese at bottom reads (something) koen ni tsuite (something) park concerning. Maybe someday I'll remember to ask someone what the first two kanji mean - surely something representing the Tea Garden in GG Park. - dc
Wind Bell poem - maybe for early Wind Bell publication
POSTED earlier in Group D
Shunryu Suzuki letters and cards to Elsie Mitchell
12-08-67 (Buddha enlightenment day)
Letter, part of letter, draft of part of letter to Suzuzki from Takashina Rosen at Soto Zen headquarters.
Richard Baker - 1965
Joe Phelan, student of Soyu Matsuoka in Chicago
Julia Laurin in Japan with Grahame and Pauline Petchey and Phil Wilson
1st letter - 1965 - about her practice
2nd letter - asking for translation of enclosed letter to Tatsugami (something I doubt that Suzuki did - dc) 4/70
3rd letter - Imploring Suzuki to continue inviting Tatsugami back to Tassajara. Tatsugami was not invited back. (Valentines - 1970)
Phillip Wilson - 1964 on the way to Japan
Peter Schneider - early sixties from Kalamazoo, Michigan
Sally Unger - Octorber 25, 1962 - with some kind words about Maezumi in LA.
Sally Unger - October 29, 1965 - mentioning Jean Ross (one of these dates might be wrong).
Calvin Steimetz about a BCA (Buddhist Churches of America) annual seminar of Buddhist groups and teachers.
Trudy Dixon - sent to Shunryu in Japan October 1966.
Going through archive
backlog scanning material to post, work with, and present in other form on cuke
later from anywhere.
Thanks to Warren Lynn for scanning