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The Phil Ochs Papers


Collection Title:

The Phil Ochs Papers

Collection Number:

2014-016

Collection Processed by:

Managing Archivist Kate Blalack with assistance from Jana Cody, Elizabeth Dahl and Caroline Glazier ; audio cassettes were digitized J.A. Pyrse of the Oklahoma Historical Society.

Collection Guide prepared by:

Kate L. Blalack, MLIS, CA and Kellie Miller

Date Range:

1956 – 2012

Extent: 

33 Linear Feet [16 document boxes, 2 slim style document boxes, 7 oversized flat boxes, 3 phase boxes, 3 record storage boxes, 1 LP box, 3 audio boxes, and one map case drawer]

Provenance: 

Meegan Lee Ochs

Biographical Sketch: 

Phil Ochs was an American topical songwriter, performer, and political activist who produced his most well-known artistic works during the 1960s and early 1970s. Some of his contemporaries include Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Dave Van Ronk, Tom Paxton, and Peter, Paul and Mary. Ochs was born on December 19, 1940 in El Paso, Texas and was from both Jewish and Scottish descent. He has two living siblings: a sister, Sonny Ochs, and a brother, Michael Ochs, who also managed Phil for a short period in his career. Ochs was briefly married to Alice Skinner from 1962-1965 and they had one daughter, Meegan Ochs in 1963.

After graduating from Staunton Military Academy in Virginia, Ochs started his early adult life as a journalism student at Ohio State University. In 1962, one semester before graduating, Ochs left college to start his career as a singer-songwriter. He moved to New York and was especially active in the Greenwich Village scene and regularly contributed to Broadside Magazine and also wrote articles for several newspapers and magazines about folk music and other topics.

His political involvement with the Youth International Party (the Yippies) escalated into several successful staged demonstrations (political theater), his best known being The War Is Over rally in Los Angeles in 1967 California and a protest protest during the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago.

Ochs began a world tour in 1972, and along the way befriended Victor Jara, a folk singer and activist in Chile, who was later murdered during a coup d’etat in 1973. Also during this tour Ochs was attacked in Africa which left his vocal chords permanently damaged. After the end of the Vietnam War on April 30, 1975, Ochs began a decline into severe depression and developed an alter-ego, John Train, who appears in some of his writings. On April 9, 1976, Ochs committed suicide, by hanging, in his sister Sonny’s home in Far Rockaway, New York. 

Ochs continues to be considered an instrumental part of the folk music scene of the 1960s and 1970s. Following in the footsteps of Woody Guthrie by using his art for social justice, he continues to inspire artists today.

Ochs’ Albums Include (not included compilations, recordings by other artists, and singles, etc.):

  • All the News That’s Fit to Sing, on Elektra 1964
  • I Ain’t Marching Anymore, on Elektra 1965
  • Phil Ochs in Concert, on Elektra 1966
  • Pleasures of the Harbor, on A&M 1967
  • Tape from California, on A&M 1968
  • Rehearsals for Retirement, on A&M 1969
  • Greatest Hits, on A&M 1970
  • Gunfight at Carnegie Hall, on A&M 1970

Scope and Contents: 

The collection contains items that were in the custody of Phil Ochs’ daughter, Meegan Lee Ochs. The papers contain original lyrics, handwritten travel journals, scrapbooks, notebooks, correspondence, personal belongings of Phil Ochs, realia, business records of Michael Ochs, record label correspondence and business materials, flyers, manuscripts and published articles by Phil Ochs, clippings, photographs, audio recordings, film recording, LPs, and biographical information gathered by Phil Och’s biographers for both a documentary and a book.

Related Materials: 

Please see the Michael Ochs Collection, 2015-005

Language: 

Materials entirely in English and some material has no linguistic content.

Collection Restrictions: 

Currently the materials are restricted to in-house research.

Usage Restrictions: 

All material is copyrighted and permission must be acquired to publish.

Arrangement: 

The collection is physically arranged and preserved according to provenance, and this is to maintain the original context of the materials. When necessary for preservation purposes, materials have been rehoused with like materials and a separation sheet has been inserted into the original space. This finding aid is arranged intellectually into 13 series (see below) to aid researchers who are looking for specific types of materials and specific content. Contact the archivist if you have further questions.

List of Series:

Series 1: Personal Papers
Series 2: Business Records
Series 3: Correspondence
Series 4: Lyrics and Sheet Music
Series 5: Manuscripts
Series 6: Biographical and Documentary Materials
Series 7: Record Labels, Recordings, and Albums
Series 8: Public Performances and Rallies
Series 9: Articles and Clippings
Series 10: Scrapbooks and Diaries
Series 11: Photographs
Series 12: Audio and Film
Series 13: Realia

SERIES 1: Personal Papers

Box 01 Folder 01: Correspondence to Meegan Ochs and Michael Ochs, Phil Ochs Horoscope and photos, concert schedule and award from the Ohio Music Education Association
Box 01 Folder 02: Subpoena for Civilian Witness to Phil Ochs, United State Vs. Josa Roger Lee Priest April 20, 1970
Box 07 Folder 01: Phil Ochs Personal Papers – Michael Ochs Power of Attorney (1968)
Box 07 Folder 02: American Express – Correspondence (1966)
Box 07 Folder 03: Contact Lens Maintenance Certificate (1965-66)
Box 07 Folder 04: Real Estate Lease “2. West 16th Street” 9/23/1966
Box 07 Folder 05: Diner’s Club Application 1966
Box 07 Folder 06: American Federation of Musicians’ and Employers’ Pension Welfare Fund (1966)
Box 07 Folder 07: Commercial Union Insurance Co. New York (1966)
Box 07 Folder 08: Prescription 7/13/66
Box 07 Folder 09: Customer’s Deposit Receipt Electric and Gas 2/21/1966
Box 07 Folder 10: Correspondence  July 25th, 1966 – John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance
Box 07 Folder 11: [Restricted] Correspondence – Draft Board January 24th, 1967
Box 07 Folder 12: Apartment Lease Papers – February 8, 1966 3C at 176 Thompson Street, NY [also January-April 1966]
Box 07 Folder 14: Correspondence – Chemical Bank New York Trust Nov. 14, 1966
Box 07 Folder 17: Boweb Bell Roberts Ltd Phil Ochs rental Car accident, November 9, 1966 and Parking tickets [October-December 1966]
Box 07 Folder 19: Local 802 Membership Correspondence, February 6, 1967
Box 07 Folder 20: Correspondence – Dr. Michael J. Copeland Febrary 3, 1967 Contact Lenses
Box 07 Folder 22: Correspondence, Walter Scott Realty Co. April 4, 1968
Box 07 Folder 23: [Restricted] Correspondence – State of Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles Re: Ohio driver’s license Feb. 15, 1967 & Selective Service Jan. 30, 1967 [also 1965-66]
Box 07 Folder 24: Homeowner’s Policy – Hartford Fire Insurance Co. (1967)
Box 07 Folder 26: Leavy, Rosensweig & Hyman Estate of Phl Ochs (April 4, 1990) [April 3, 1990]
Box 07 Folder 33: United Air Lines Credit for Phil Ochs financial (Sept. 27, 1964)
Box 07 Folder 37: Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Phil Ochs speeding ticket, 1971
Box 07 Folder 38: Correspondence for Phil & Karen Ochs Agreement for Anns Answer-All, 1971
Box 11 Folder 01: Stanton Military Academy Diploma – Phil Ochs – June 3, 1958
Box 12 Folder 03: Address Book
Box 16 Folder 02: Phil Ochs Movie [correspondence, clippings 1977, 1984, 1994-2004]
Box 16 Folder 03: Correspondence – Concerts [1967-1969]
Box 16 Folder 04: Correspondence – Essex Music [1966-1968]
Box 16 Folder 05: Correspondence P&G [1967]
Box 16 Folder 06: Correspondence [1966-1969, 1976, 1987-1989]
Box 16 Folder 07: Correspondence, Re: The Earl of Old Town in Chicago Audio Cassette
Box 22 Folder 05: Correspondence 1996 thru 1997 – From Michael Ochs and Dave Cohen; Correspondence, handwritten and typed email, from Sonny Ochs to Dave Cohen, 1994
Box 23 Folder 01: Correspondence – AMRA [1965-1968]
Box 23 Folder 02: Correspondence – ASCAP [1965-1967, 1977-1978, 1988, 1995]
Box 23 Folder 03: A & M Correspondence [1967-1969, 1974-1977]
Box 23 Folder 04:General Releases Correspondence [1967-1969]
Box 23 Folder 05: Goldberg/Gorshon Correspondence [1967-1969, 1997]
Box 23 Folder 06: Correspondence – Phil Ochs General [1966-1969, 1971-1974, 1976-1977, 1988-1989, 1995, 1997]
Box 24 Folder 05: Correspondence Re: Child Support – Office of the Distric Attorney Family Support Division June 28, 1973
Box 24 Folder 06: Court Documents Establishing Michael Ochs as Guardian of “Meaghan Ochs” March 15, 1977
Box 24 Folder 07: Bill of Sale “Hillman Minx engine…” From Phil Ochs to Ron Cobb
Box 24 Folder 08: Letter of Agreement Between Phil Ochs and Paul Colby to Play Backgammon, June 14, 1975
Box 24 Folder 09: Correspondence – Selective Service System March 20, 1967
 Box 25 Folder 01: photos with handwritten captions, family and pet photos, hometown photos, 1953-1955
 Box 25 Folder 02: diary, clippings, photos, phone numbers, 1973
 Box 25 Folder 03: Journal Item 02
 Box 25 Folder 04:  Journal Item 03
Box 25 Folder 07: Journal Item 06
Box 25 Folder 08: Journal Item 07
Box 25 Folder 09: Scrapbook Item 08
Box 26 Folder 01: Folk Revival-related clippings from newspapers; Broadside clippings/articles; concert flyers; articles by Phil Ochs; incoming correspondence/fan mail; Newport Folk Festival press, 1961-1965

SERIES 2: Business Records

Box 01 Folder 13: Meegan Lee Ochs,Michael Ochs, Legal documents pertaining to “Death of a Rebel,” 1996 and the Estate of Phil Ochs

Box 01 Folder 27: “Creative Person” film donor letter for Michael Ochs Archives

Box 02 Folder 03: [Restricted] Meegan Ochs Business Records
Box 02 Folder 03: [Restricted] Meegan Ochs Business Records

Box 02 Folder 08: Chords of Fame: financial materials, clippings, One Man Show transcript about Phil Ochs and John Train

Box 02 Folder 13: [Restricted] Meegan Ochs Business Records
Box 04 Folder 11: Miscellanious Buisness/Financial Documents/Receipts and Notes (1965-1986)
Box 06 Folder 08: Correspondences/Buisness (1991, 1995-1998) [regarding Sliced Bread Phil Ochs Tribute Album]

Box 06 Folder 09: Financial Statements (1967-68, 1973-78)

Box 07 Folder 18: Correspondence – Robbins Music Corporation [July 12, 1968]
Box 07 Folder 21: Aquarian Age, Inc. (Michael Ochs) Correspondence 1967
Box 07 Folder 25: Barricade Music, Inc. Check book (1977, 1978)
Box 07 Folder 33: United Air Lines Credit for Phil Ochs financial (Sept. 27, 1964)
Box 07 Folder 35:  Meegan Lee Ochs June 8, 1990 Copyright Office Information

Box 16 Folder 02: Phil Ochs Movie [correspondence, clippings 1977, 1984, 1994-2004]

Box 16 Folder 03: Correspondence – Concerts [1967-1969]

Box 16 Folder 04: Correspondence – Essex Music [1966-1968]

Box 16 Folder 05: Correspondence P&G [1967]

Box 23 Folder 01: Correspondence – AMRA [1965-1968]
Box 23 Folder 02: Correspondence – ASCAP [1965-1967, 1977-1978, 1988, 1995]
Box 23 Folder 03: A & M Correspondence [1967-1969, 1974-1977]
Box 23 Folder 04: General Releases Correspondence [1967-1969]
Box 23 Folder 05: Goldberg/Gorshon Correspondence [1967-1969, 1997]
Box 24 Folder 03: Michael Ochs Archives – Loan Documents The Peace Museum July-August 1990
Box 24 Folder 04: [Restricted] Financial Documents 1996

SERIES 3: Correspondence

Box 01 Folder 01: Correspondence to Meegan Ochs and Michael, Phil Ochs Horoscope and photos, concert schedule and award from the Ohio Music Education 
Box 01 Folder 09: Western Union Telegram from Joan Baez & Rolling Thunder, to Jack Elliot, May 28, 1976
Box 01 Folder 21: Correspondence to Meeghan Ochs, May 19, 1994
Box 01 Folder 27: “Creative Person” film donor letter for Michael Ochs Archives
Box 03 Folder 02: Michal Ochs (1195)
Box 06 Folder 08: Correspondences/Buisness (1991, 1995-1998) [regarding Sliced Bread Phil Ochs Tribute Album]
Box 07 Folder 02: American Express – Correspondence (1966)
Box 07 Folder 10: Correspondence  July 25th, 1966 – John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance
Box 07 Folder 11: [Restricted] Correspondence – Draft Board January 24th, 1967
Box 07 Folder 13: Correspondence From “Tina” Nov. 1966 Telegram & handwritten
Box 07 Folder 14: Correspondence – Chemical Bank New York Trust Nov. 14, 1966
Box 07 Folder 18: Correspondence – Robbins Music Corporation [July 12, 1968]
Box 07 Folder 19: Local 802 Membership Correspondence, February 6, 1967
Box 07 Folder 20: Correspondence – Dr. Michael J. Copeland Febrary 3, 1967 Contact Lenses
Box 07 Folder 21: Aquarian Age, Inc. (Michael Ochs) Correspondence 1967
Box 07 Folder 22: Correspondence, Walter Scott Realty Co. April 4, 1968
Box 07 Folder 23: [Restricted] Correspondence – State of Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles Re: Ohio driver’s license Feb. 15, 1967 & Selective Service Jan. 30, 1967 [also 1965-66]
Box 07 Folder 28: Correspondence – Meegan Lee Ochs Re: Archives (May 1990)

Box 07 Folder 31: Correspondence – Paul Kaplan Re: Phil Ochs, debt, Broadside October 7, 1981

Box 07 Folder 34: Paul C. Kurland, The Folk Arts Project Correspondence, Sept 1, 1977
Box 07 Folder 35: Meegan Lee Ochs June 8, 1990 Copyright Office Information
Box 07 Folder 36: Correspondence Re: Phil Ochs Appearance on the David Frost Show, March 9, 1977 [also June 16, 1976 and February 18, 1977]
Box 07 Folder 38: Correspondence for Phil & Karen Ochs Agreement for Anns Answer-All, 1971
Box 09 Folder 17: Correspondence to Meegan Ochs and review of Universal Music Phil Ochs Release Pulse Magazine – March, 2002
Box 11 Folder 04: Correspondence, Clippings (1970-1996) [fan mail]
Box 11 Folder 05: Meegan Lee Ochs Correspondence [1996-1997]
Box 16 Folder 02: Phil Ochs Movie [correspondence, clippings 1977, 1984, 1994-2004]
Box 16 Folder 03: Correspondence – Concerts [1967-1969]
Box 16 Folder 04: Correspondence – Essex Music [1966-1968]
Box 16 Folder 05: Correspondence P&G [1967]
Box 16 Folder 06: Correspondence [1966-1969, 1976, 1987-1989]
Box 16 Folder 07: Correspondence, Re: The Earl of Old Town in Chicago Audio Cassette
Box 22 Folder 05: Correspondence 1996 thru 1997 – From Michael Ochs and Dave Cohen; Correspondence, handwritten and typed email, from Sonny Ochs to Dave Cohen, 1994
Box 23 Folder 01: Correspondence – AMRA [1965-1968]
Box 23 Folder 02: Correspondence – ASCAP [1965-1967, 1977-1978, 1988, 1995]
Box 23 Folder 03: A & M Correspondence [1967-1969, 1974-1977]
Box 23 Folder 04: General Releases Correspondence [1967-1969]
Box 23 Folder 05: Goldberg/Gorshon Correspondence [1967-1969, 1997]
Box 23 Folder 06: Correspondence – Phil Ochs General [1966-1969, 1971-1974, 1976-1977, 1988-1989, 1995, 1997]
Box 24 Folder 03: Michael Ochs Archives – Loan Documents The Peace Museum July-August 1990
Box 24 Folder 08: Letter of Agreement Between Phil Ochs and Paul Colby to Play Backgamon, June 14, 1975
Box 24 Folder 09: Correspondence – Selective Service System March 20, 1967
Box 24 Folder 10: Correspondence to Phil Ochs from Stew Albert Re “Trip to Chile, 1971”
Box 26 Folder 01: Incoming correspondence/fan mail

SERIES 4: Lyrics and sheet music

Box 01 Folder 12:“The Sale of One City,” Handwritten Lyrics
Box 01 Folder 14: Lyrics- “Sit by My Side,” 1965, “Changes” birth announcement
Box 01 Folder 15: Sheet music, Broadside #29
 Box 01 Folder 16:
The Great Office Robery, Happy New Year 1968 typed lyrics; handwritten sheet music for “Bach, Beethoven, Mozart and Me” by Phil Ochs; “Passion of Pills”
Box 01 Folder 18: The California Christmas sun; Che Guevara; Coming Attractions; Cobwebs; Dear Bill Wargo; Griffith; Centuries; Encores; Search For Meaning; The Torture Garden (three versions); Jim Dean of Indiana; Poor Alman or the Failure of a Jew in American Society; The Nude Model; Who Was that Man in the Gold Lame’ Suite; The Great Office Robbery;Teh Underwater schoolroom is fond of fire; The Critic; Virtue; Enocres; Here comes David Blue; Happy New Year 1968; Talking Chicago Jail Blues;
Box 04 Folder 04: Typed Manuscript “Sung Out” (extremely faded)
Box 05 Folder 04: Typed Manuscript “”Sung Out”: or before I’d be a slave I’d want to know exactly what’s in it for number one.” [extremely  faded]
Box 10 Folder 02: Phil Ochs: The War Is Over 1968
Box 11 Folder 07: Phil Ochs lyrics – printed [also clippings – 1967-1968]
Box 22 Folder 03: Broadside [clippings and songs by Phil in issues #22, 41-43, 48, 52-55, 57-59, 63-70, 74, 76-79, 82-85, 89-90, 133-134, 136, 141, 144-145, 147]
Box 22 Folder 04: Broadside [clippings and songs by Phil in issues #1, 13-15, 17-32, 34-41, 43, 46-48]
Box 24 Folder 02: Broadside: A Handful of Songs About Our Times (February 1963 thru December 1968) Presents Phil Ochs 1995
Box 26 Folder 01: [Scrapbook: Item 01] [Folk Revival-related clippings from newspapers, Broadside, concert flyers, articles by Phil Ochs, incoming correspondence/fan mail, Newport Folk Festival press, 1961-1965]
Box 35 Folder 01: [Scrapbook: Item 01] [Folk Revival-related clippings from newspapers, Broadside, concert flyers, articles by Phil Ochs, incoming correspondence/fan mail, 1958-1965: bulk 1964-1965]

SERIES 5: Manuscripts

Box 01 Folder 08: The Newport Pneumonia Fuzz Festival, by Mississippi Phil Ochs (n/d)
Box 01 Folder 20: “I have been away for a while but I hope to be back…” Phil Ochs Manuscript (n/d)
Box 02 Folder 05: Phil Ochs: Songbook Releases
Box 04 Folder 05: Oliver Bubbles and his Notes from a New America (n/d)
Box 04 Folder 06: Something Personal – Alice Ochs
Box 05 Folder 04: Typed Manuscript “”Sung Out”: or before I’d be a slave I’d want to know exactly what’s in it for number one.” [extremely  faded]
Box 06 Folder 04: There But For Fortune: The Life of Phil Ochs (1996-1997)
 Box 08 Folder 01: Phil Ochs Biography 1940-1966
Box 08 Folder 02: Phil Ochs Biography 1967-1970
Box 08 Folder 03: Phil Ochs Biography 1971-1973
Box 08 Folder 04: Phil Ochs Biography 1974-1975
Box 09 Folder 02: “Mike Mazurki’s Spot” by Phil Ochs Manuscript
Box 09 Folder 04: Photocopies of article. “Mike Mazurki’s Spot”, by Phil Ochs February 16, 1973 [plus many other article photocopies, notes, and manuscripts]
Box 09 Folder 05: Brezhnev Makes A Deal,” by Phil Ochs Manuscript
Box 09 Folder 07: “Requiem For A Dragon Departed: The Story of Bruce Lee,” by Phil Ochs -Manuscript- 1972-1973
Box 09 Folder 08: “Requiem For A Dragon Departed: The Story of Bruce Lee,” by Phil Ochs -Manuscript- 1973
Box 09 Folder 12: “Soho Bar Attacked.” Summer 1975 by John Train (Phil Och’s Alter Ego) photocopy [handwritten]
Box 09 Folder 13: Phil Ochs “Save New York City,” by Phil Ochs and Miscellanious notes
Box 09 Folder 20: Pioneers: Phil Ochs, by Mark Kemp -Manuscript- published in Texas Music, Spring 2009
Box 10 Folder 01: Give Peace A Chance (2 copies)
Box 10 Folder 03: Rock Beyond Woodstock: The Complete Rock Music Book [1970]
Box 10 Folder 04: Phil Ochs: la vita e la musica [1995 – in Italian]
Box 11 Folder 06: Manuscript: Death of American Correspondences Typed Page (no. 25) [February 1, 1968]
Box 14 Folder 01: Manuscript: There But for Fortune: The Life of Phil Ochs, by Michael Schumacher [manuscript]
Box 15 Folder 07: Phil Ochs – Articles and Book Chapters / Photocopies / Clippings [clippings from 1962-1976]
 Box 24 Folder 13: 1961 Youth Institute, Circle Pines Center; Delton, Michigan

SERIES 6: Biographical and Documentary Materials

Box 01 Folder 24: Educational Broadcasting Corp- Set Schedule WNDT-P.O. Special, December 1966 “Rebel Songwriter: A portrait of Phil Ochs”
Box 01 Folder 25: Phil Ochs Fact Sheet, 1967 and Film Footage Documentation
Box 01 Folder 27: “Creative Person” film donor letter for Michael Ochs Archives
Box 01 Folder 30: Phil Ochs Memorial Celebration (1974-1977)
Box 01 Folder 33: Interview Transcripts (Jack Newfield, Jean Ray Interview, Odetta Interview, Deni Frand, Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, Michael Korolenko, Sonny Tanzman, Mike Porco, Harold Leventhal, Eric Anderson, Yarrow, Van Ronk, Brand, Sammy Walker, Elliot)
Box 02 Folder 01: Interview Transcripts (Jack Newfield, Jean Ray Interview, Odetta Interview, Deni Frand, Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, Michael Korolenko, Sonny Tanzman, Mike Porco, Harold Leventhal, Eric Anderson, Yarrow, Van Ronk, Brand, Sammy Walker, Elliot)
Box 02 Folder 02: “There But For Fortune,” A 35 Mm Documentary (research materials)
Box 02 Folder 08: Chords of Fame: financial materials, clippings, One Man Show transcript about Phil Ochs and John Train
Box 02 Folder 11: Phil Ochs “Concert”
Box 02 Folder 12: A Concert Tribute to Phil Ochs, May 28th, 1976
Box 06 Folder 04: There But For Fortune: The Life of Phil Ochs (1996-1997)
Box 06 Folder 05: “Phil Ochs: A Biography” (1966-1967, 1984)
Box 06 Folder 06: Ed Sanders – Phil Ochs Bio (1976)
Box 07 Folder 16: “There But For Fortune”; Photo Copy
Box 07 Folder 30: Phil Ochs Discography [1978]
Box 07 Folder 32: Phil Ochs: There and Now (live in Vancouver) 1968 photocopies of publication layout
Box 08 Folder 01: Phil Ochs Biography 1940-1966
Box 08 Folder 02: Phil Ochs Biography 1967-1970
Box 08 Folder 03: Phil Ochs Biography 1971-1973
Box 08 Folder 04: Phil Ochs Biography 1974-1975
Box 09 Folder 22: “Lumpen” 6.5, “I’m Going to Say It Now: The Legacy of Phil Ochs” An Interview with Michael Ochs by Patrick Jones
Box 09 Folder 25: Interview with Michael & Sonny Ochs by Craig Harris for “Middlesex News,” Farewll & Fantasies
Box 09 Folder 26: Interview with Michael Ochs by Pat Jones Oct. 8, 1997
Box 09 Folder 30: Clippings [clippings 1964, 1966, 1976, 1996, 1999, 2004-2005, poster flyers 1966, photograph]
Box 10 Folder 17: Phil Ochs: There But For Fortune A Film by Kenneth Bowser – flyers
Box 14 Folder 01: Manuscript: There But for Fortune: The Life of Phil Ochs, by Michael Schumacher [manuscript]
Box 17 Folder 32: [Cassette: Item 32] Ross Altman Walkin’ by Woody’s Side
Box 17 Folder 39: [Cassette: Item 39] The Truth – Here’s to the State of Ronald Reagan [1984]
Box 17 Folder 45: [Cassette: Item 45] A Memory of Phil Ochs (Andy Kershaw Show – BBC 12/97)
Box 18 Folder 03: [VHS: Item 3] Phil Ochs OH Sixties Pioneers
Box 18 Folder 04: [VHS: Item 4] Phil Ochs (Brian Gari) (212)799-2592 Tribute song about Phil
Box 18 Folder 05: [VHS: Item 5] The Creative Person
Box 18 Folder 07: [VHS: Item 7] Phil Ochs: The Long Voyage Home Copy II – Meegan Lee – 10/11/03
Box 18 Folder 09: [VHS: Item 9] CBS Reports: Generations Apart A Question of Values Part 1 5/20/69
Box 18 Folder 11: [VHS: Item 11] Chords of Fame
Box 19 Folder 01: [Tape: Item 01] Chords of Fame Reel 1 of 2
Box 19 Folder 02: [Tape: Item 02] Chords of Fame Reel 2 of 2
Box 19 Folder 03: [Tape: Item 03] Phil Ochs P.M. Magazine 2-21-84
Box 19 Folder 04: [Tape: Item 04] Phil Ochs Reel #1: Film Tribute, Reel #2 News
Box 19 Folder 05: [Tape: Item 05] Phil Ochs Film Transfer #20 Resignation
Box 19 Folder 06: [Tape: Item 06] Phil Ochs Film Transfer #19 Film Tribute Phil Compilation
Box 19 Folder 07: [Tape: Item 07] Phil w/ Oscar Brand – Canada – No More Songs – Video – Bitter End
Box 19 Folder 08: [Tape: Item 08] Phil Ochs, Chords of Fame, Bitter End T.V. Show, Nixon Resignation, w/ Oscar Brand in Canada, No More Songs Video, Bitter End, Portrait of a Balladeer
Box 19 Folder 09: [Tape: Item 09] Phil Ochs – “The Midnight Special”

Box 19 Folder 10: [Tape: Item 10] Phil clip reel from Tribute (should also be on 16mm film) I Ain’t Marchin montage

Box 19 Folder 11: [Tape: Item 11] Phil Ochs Chords of Fame “Something Else” T.V. Show?
Box 19 Folder 12: [Tape: Item 12] The Creative Person, Phil Ochs on Swedish TV
Box 19 Folder 13: [Tape: Item 13] The Midnight Special, Murray the K, Clip Reel from Tribute, CBC-TV, John Lennon “Ten for Two”, At Ohio St., Performances

Box 19 Folder 14: [Tape: Item 14] Phil Ochs – Newport Folk Festival synced offline screener 5/20/2009 NTSC

Box 19 Folder 15: [Tape: Item 15] “Chords of Fame” Presentation Reel – Korry Productions 1981
Box 20 Folder 01: [Tape: Item 01] Phil Ochs on Murray the K.
Box 20 Folder 02: [Tape: Item 02] Phil Ochs 1 of 2: Grand St. Barricade Bldg. Part 1, Grand St. Barricade Bldg. Part 2, B+W Bar Scene
Box 20 Folder 03: [Tape: Item 03] Phil Ochs 2 of 2: INTV Swedish Ambassador Pt. 1, INTV Swedish Ambasador Pt. 2, War is Over – A – and Pix, War is Over – B – Talking – No Pix, PAOMT Film w/ Trims as Hero
Box 20 Folder 04: [Tape: Item 04] Phil Ochs Memorial Part 1 New Master
Box 20 Folder 05: [Tape: Item 05] Phil Ochs Memorial Part 2
Box 20 Folder 06: [Tape: Item 06] Nixon Resignation Aug. 8, 1974
Box 20 Folder 07: [Tape: Item 07] Phil Ochs Bitter End
Box 20 Folder 08: [Tape: Item 08] Phil Ochs 4-12-67 Portrait of a Balladeer N.Y.C. ch.13
Box 20 Folder 10: [Tape: Item 10] Nixon Resignation, The War is Over
Box 20 Folder 11: [Tape: Item 11] Phil Ochs Memorial Reel 1 of 2 6/27/77
Box 21 Folder 01: [Reel: Item 01] Power And The Glory, State of Richard Nixon 1-31-74
Box 21 Folder 02: [Reel: Item 02] Phil Ochs Live for McGovern Ann Arbor
Box 21 Folder 03: [Reel: Item 03] Phil Ochs Unreleased Material reel #1 Feb 23, 1973
Box 21 Folder 04: [Reel: Item 04] Phil Ochs Live at Max’s January 17, 1974
Box 21 Folder 05: [Reel: Item 05] Phil Ochs Live Ann Arbor 11/1/72
Box 21 Folder 06: [Reel: Item 06] P. Ochs Power and Glory 3:14
Box 21 Folder 07: [Reel: Item 07] Phil Ochs Reel 6 uncut master
Box 21 Folder 08: [Reel: Item 08] P. Ochs Live at Max’s 1/17/73 Reel 3
Box 21 Folder 09: [Reel: Item 09] Phil Ochs at Westbury Jan ’74
Box 21 Folder 10: [Reel: Item 10] Phil Ochs Show on Archie Rothman’s Time Machine Phil – Crucifixion
Box 21 Folder 11: [Reel: Item 11] Phil Ochs Reel 8 uncut master
Box 21 Folder 12: [Reel: Item 12] Phil Ochs Reel 2 uncut master
Box 21 Folder 13: [Reel: Item 13] Phil Ochs – Chelsea Int. pt. 2
Box 21 Folder 14: [Reel: Item 14] Phil Ochs Live at J.P.’s NYC 1/15/74
Box 21 Folder 15: [Reel: Item 15] Abbie Hoffman – Tribute Song
Box 21 Folder 16: [Reel: Item 16] Phil Ochs July 14/76 copy, Emit Rhodes
Box 21 Folder 17: [Reel: Item 17] Phil Ochs Reel 7 uncut master
Box 21 Folder 18: [Reel: Item 18] Phil Ochs Reel 3 uncut master
Box 21 Folder 19: [Reel: Item 19] June 27 ’75 Phil Ochs > Jan 10 ’74
Box 21 Folder 20: [Reel: Item 20] Phil Ochs Reel 1 uncut master Film, Ramsey Clark, Bob Gibson, Danny Kalb
Box 21 Folder 21: [Reel: Item 21] Phil Ochs Reel 4 uncut master
Box 21 Folder 22: [Reel: Item 22] Phil Ochs Reel 5 uncut master Peter Yarrow, Broadside Singers
Box 21 Folder 23: [Reel: Item 23] 1/27/74 Phil Ochs crowd noice no limiter Nixon Song
Box 21 Folder 24: [Reel: Item 24] Phil Ochs “No More Songs”
Box 21 Folder 25: [Reel: Item 25] P. Ochs “State of Richard Nixon”
Box 21 Folder 26: [Reel: Item 26] 8/31/73 Crucifixion
Box 21 Folder 27: [Reel: Item 27] Phil Ochs – “Richard Nixton” short spoken intro
Box 21 Folder 28: [CD: Item 28] Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, Phil Ochs – “Amchitka: The 1970 Concert that Launched Greenpeace”
Box 21 Folder 29: [CD: Item 29] Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, Phil Ochs – “Amchitka: The 1970 Concert that Launched Greenpeace”
Box 21 Folder 30: [8-Track: Item 30] Phil Ochs Greatest Hits

SERIES 7: Record labels, recordings and albums

Box 01 Folder 29: Elektra Records Preview for ” I Ain’t Marching Anymore”
Box 01 Folder 32: Red Planet Music
Box 02 Folder 04: Smithsonian Insititution/Smithsonian Folkways
Box 02 Folder 06: A&M Songbook
Box 02 Folder 07: “Chords of Fame” College
Box 02 Folder 08: Chords of Fame: financial materials, clippings, One Man Show transcript about Phil Ochs and John Train
Box 04 Folder 07: Phil Ochs Available For Booking
Box 06 Folder 07: There But For Fortune – LP (1988-1989)
Box 07 Folder 29: Audio Cassette Inventory [December 1986]
Box 08 Folder 09: Reviews – Pleasure of the Harbor [1967-68]
Box 08 Folder 10: Reviews – Circle of Friends Single [1967-68]
Box 08 Folder 11: Reviews – LP Tape Fr. Calif. [1968]
Box 08 Folder 12: Reviews – Ohio 1973-1977 [also one Request Magazine article – August 1990]
Box 08 Folder 13: Reviews – Greatest Hits [1970]
Box 08 Folder 14: Album Reviews [1965, 1968-1969, 1974, 1979, 1986, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1995]
Box 10 Folder 17: Phil Ochs: There But For Fortune A Film by Kenneth Bowser – flyers
Box 11 Folder 02: Phil Ochs Engraving Plate Advertising Friday April 14 at Carnegie Hall
Box 16 Folder 04: Correspondence – Essex Music [1966-1968]
Box 16 Folder 05: Correspondence P&G [1967]
Box 17 Folder 36: [Cassette: Item 36] Phil Ochs [Rhino Records]
Box 21 Folder 30: [8-Track: Item 30] Phil Ochs Greatest Hits
Box 22 Folder 01: East-West talent Inc. [promotional flyers]
Box 22 Folder 02: Barricade Music [1968-1973]
Reference Collection Folder 01: [CD: Item 01] I Ain’t Marching Anymore
Reference Collection Folder 02: [CD: Item 02] Welk/Vanguard Reference CD
Reference Collection Folder 03: [CD: Item 03] On My Way (1963 Demo Session)
Reference Collection Folder 04: [CD: Item 04] 20th Century Masters: The Best of Phil Ochs
Reference Collection Folder 05: [CD: Item 05] Live at Newport
Reference Collection Folder 06: [CD: Item 06] The Broadside Tapes 1
Reference Collection Folder 07: [CD: Item 07] Pleasures of the Harbor
Reference Collection Folder 08: [CD: Item 07] Pleasures of the Harbor
Reference Collection Folder 09: [CD: Item 09] Greatest Hits
Reference Collection Folder 10: [CD: Item 10] The Early Years
Reference Collection Folder 11: [CD: Item 11] Tape from California
Reference Collection Folder 12: [CD: Item 12] All The News that’s Fit to Sing
Reference Collection Folder 13: [CD: Item 13] A Toast to Those Who Are Gone
Reference Collection Folder 14: [CD: Item 14] All The News that’s Fit to Sing

SERIES 8: Public performances, Concerts and rallies

Box 01 Folder 07: Rally To Support Kentucky Miners [1963-1967]
Box 01 Folder 11: Phil Ochs Interview on Witness Stand “Pig For President”
Box 01 Folder 19: The Phil Ochs Transcripts Carnegie Hall Concerts (March 27th, 1970)
Box 01 Folder 28: Flyers [1960s]
Box 04 Folder 01: Phil Ochs Concerts 1973- Michael Ochs Management
Box 04 Folder 03: Press Release on 11-16-1967 – Announcing “War Is Over” Celebration
Box 04 Folder 08: Dylan-Chilean May 10th, 1974
Box 05 Folder 01: Phil Ochs Concerts 1973- Michael Ochs Management
Box 05 Folder 03: Press Release typed on 11-16-1967 announcing “War Is Over” Celebration
Box 07 Folder 32: Phil Ochs: There and Now (live in Vancouver) 1968 photocopies of publication layout
Box 08 Folder 05: Phil Ochs Chile Benefit [May 1974]
Box 08 Folder 06: Phil Ochs Tour Norway – Denmark [1966-67 – not in English]
Box 08 Folder 07: Phil Ochs Foreign Tours [Canada, UK, Germany, Sweden 1965-68 – in English, German, Swedish]
Box 08 Folder 08: Reviews Phil Ochs In Concert [1966-67]
Box 09 Folder 30: Clippings [clippings 1964, 1966, 1976, 1996, 1999, 2004-2005, poster flyers 1966, photograph]
Box 11 Folder 02: Phil Ochs Engraving Plate Advertising Friday April 14 at Carnegie Hall
Box 16 Folder 01: Memorial Concert [clippings September 1967]
Box 16 Folder 03: Correspondence – Concerts [1967-1969]
Box 16 Folder 07: Correspondence, Re: The Earl of Old Town in Chicago Audio Cassette
 Box 17 Folder 01: [Cassette: Item 1] Phil Ochs at The Earl of Old Town 5-28-73 recorded by John Anderson
Box 17 Folder 04: [Cassette: Item 4] Phil ochs At The Gaslight June 3, 1969
Box 17 Folder 05: [Cassette: Item 5] Phil “Oakes” 7-31-63 J# B84883 Audition
Box 17 Folder 06: [Cassette: Item 6] Phil Ochs with Bob Gibson on Studs Terkel 5-31-73
Box 17 Folder 07: [Cassette: Item 7] Phil Ochs – Rutgers, May 22, 1966 Saturday Folk Concert Interview 10/21/67 + Wash
Box 17 Folder 08: [Cassette: Item 8] Phil Ochs: Swarthmore College, PA 1964?
Box 17 Folder 11: [Cassette: Item 11] Phil Ochs – The Rebel Songwriter 12/15/66 WNDT (NYC) – Chile Benefit May 9, 1974 (felt forum)
Box 17 Folder 12: [Cassette: Item 12] Phil Ochs Unamable WABI NYC 12-15-65
Box 17 Folder 14: [Cassette: Item 14] Phil Ochs – Vassar October 12, 1974 WBAI excertps (1965) [1965 half is not on tape, interview with John Train instead]
Box 17 Folder 15: [Cassette: Item 15] Phil Ochs at the Gaslight June 3, 1964
Box 17 Folder 16: [Cassette: Item 16] Phil Ochs – Vassar 10/12/74 Ramsey Clark benefit (tape f)
Box 17 Folder 17: [Cassette: Item 17] Phil Ochs: Benefit for Ramsey Clark @ Vassar College
Box 17 Folder 18: [Cassette: Item 18] Phil Ochs at Hunter College October 23, 1971
Box 17 Folder 19: [Cassette: Item 19] Phil at Folk City 10-19-1975 Phil with Gene Shay-Phila. 1976
Box 17 Folder 20: [Cassette: Item 20] Phil Ochs: Jim’s Tapes 1/2
Box 17 Folder 21: [Cassette: Item 21] Phil Ochs: Jim’s Tapes 2/2
Box 17 Folder 22: [Cassette: Item 22] Phil Ochs – Riverboat (Toronto)
Box 17 Folder 23: [Cassette: Item 23] Phil Ochs and Bob Gibson on Studs Terkel Show OCHS 202
Box 17 Folder 24: [Cassette: Item 24] OCHS 201 [WFMT: Studs Terkel – 5/31/73]
Box 17 Folder 25: [Cassette: Item 25] Archie Rotherman’s Time Machine WMMS Cleveland (Ochs)
Box 17 Folder 27: [Cassette: Item 27] Phil Ochs Memorial Concert 5-28-76 Felt Forum NPR reels 3+4 of 10
Box 17 Folder 31: [Cassette: Item 31] Phil Ochs – “State of Richard Nixon” – Live at Max’s 1-17-1974 “Power and the Glory” – Studio Tape
Box 17 Folder 34: [Cassette: Item 34] Phil Ochs at Hunter College April 17, 1971
Box 17 Folder 37: [Cassette: Item 37] Phil Ochs Memorial Concert 5-28-76 Felt Forum NPR reels 7+8 of 10
Box 17 Folder 38: [Cassette: Item 38] Phil on Alex Bennett March 1970
Box 17 Folder 40: [Cassette: Item 40] Phil Ochs – The Stables, East Lansing, MI 5/26/73
Box 17 Folder 41: [Cassette: Item 41] Phil Ochs at Westbury April 23, 1970
Box 17 Folder 42: [Cassette: Item 42] Phil Ochs Memorial Concert 5-28-76 Felt Forum NPR reels 5+6 of 10
Box 17 Folder 43: Cassette: Item 43] Phil Ochs Memorial Concert 5-28-76 Felt Forum NPR reels 1+2 of 10
Box 17 Folder 44: [Cassette: Item 44] Phil Ochs – Coffee House Davis, Ca. No. 2 Fall 1973
Box 17 Folder 46: [Cassette: Item 46] Phil Ochs – Davis, California June 1, 1973
Box 17 Folder 47: [Cassette: Item 47] Alan Freed/ WJW
Box 18 Folder 01: [VHS: Item 1] 4:22 #4 Library/Ochs Phil Och.3/4#S 1473-11835
Box 18 Folder 02: [VHS: Item 2] 3:30 #7 Recorded in E.P. Phil Ochs Performances
Box 18 Folder 06: [VHS: Item 6] Phil Ochs – Canada
Box 18 Folder 08: [VHS: Item 8] Phil Ochs on Swedish TV
Box 18 Folder 10: [VHS: Item 10] Phil Ochs: Midnight Special, Memorial Concert (1976), Troubador (’67), Chicago (’68), War Is Over, Local N.Y.C. T.V. (’67)
Box 18 Folder 12: [VHS: Item 12] Phil on A&E
Box 18 Folder 13: [VHS: Item 13] Phil Ochs at Ohio State
Box 19 Folder 10: [Tape: Item 10] Phil clip reel from Tribute (should also be on 16mm film) I Ain’t Marchin montage
Box 19 Folder 14: [Tape: Item 14] Phil Ochs – Newport Folk Festival synced offline screener 5/20/2009 NTSC
Box 20 Folder 08: [Tape: Item 08] Phil Ochs 4-12-67 Portrait of a Balladeer N.Y.C. ch.13
Box 20 Folder 09: [Tape: Item 09] Phil Folk City July 28, 1975
Box 21 Folder 01: [Reel: Item 01] Power And The Glory, State of Richard Nixon 1-31-74
Box 21 Folder 02: [Reel: Item 02] Phil Ochs Live for McGovern Ann Arbor
Box 21 Folder 04: [Reel: Item 04] Phil Ochs Live at Max’s January 17, 1974
Box 21 Folder 05: [Reel: Item 05] Phil Ochs Live Ann Arbor 11/1/72
Box 21 Folder 08: [Reel: Item 08] P. Ochs Live at Max’s 1/17/73 Reel 3
Box 21 Folder 09: [Reel: Item 09] Phil Ochs at Westbury Jan ’74
Box 21 Folder 10: [Reel: Item 10] Phil Ochs Show on Archie Rothman’s Time Machine Phil – Crucifixion
Box 21 Folder 14: [Reel: Item 14] Phil Ochs Live at J.P.’s NYC 1/15/74
Box 21 Folder 15: [Reel: Item 15] Abbie Hoffman – Tribute Song
Box 21 Folder 16: [Reel: Item 16] Phil Ochs July 14/76 copy, Emit Rhodes
Box 21 Folder 17: [Reel: Item 17] Phil Ochs Reel 7 uncut master
Box 21 Folder 18: [Reel: Item 18] Phil Ochs Reel 3 uncut master
Box 21 Folder 19: [Reel: Item 19] June 27 ’75 Phil Ochs > Jan 10 ’74
Box 21 Folder 20: [Reel: Item 20] Phil Ochs Reel 1 uncut master Film, Ramsey Clark, Bob Gibson, Danny Kalb
Box 21 Folder 21: [Reel: Item 21] Phil Ochs Reel 4 uncut master
Box 21 Folder 22: [Reel: Item 22] Phil Ochs Reel 5 uncut master Peter Yarrow, Broadside Singers
Box 21 Folder 23: [Reel: Item 23] 1/27/74 Phil Ochs crowd noice no limiter Nixon Song
Box 21 Folder 24: [Reel: Item 24] Phil Ochs “No More Songs”
Box 21 Folder 25: [Reel: Item 25] P. Ochs “State of Richard Nixon”
Box 21 Folder 26: [Reel: Item 26] 8/31/73 Crucifixion
Box 21 Folder 27: [Reel: Item 27] Phil Ochs – “Richard Nixton” short spoken intro
Box 21 Folder 28: [CD: Item 28] Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, Phil Ochs – “Amchitka: The 1970 Concert that Launched Greenpeace”
Box 21 Folder 29: [CD: Item 29] Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, Phil Ochs – “Amchitka: The 1970 Concert that Launched Greenpeace”
Box 22 Folder 06: Carnegie Hall [ticket stubs, programs, notes, 1964-1970]
Box 22 Folder 07: Carnegie Hall Concert [1967-1969]
Box 24 Folder 12: Senator Eugene McCarthy For President Fenway Park Rally – May 19, 1968

SERIES 9: Articles and Clippings

Box 01 Folder 01: “Woody Guthrie: A Tribute,” by Pete Seeger, Phil Ochs, Gordon Friesen, Josh Dunson
Box 01 Folder 04: Clippings/articles 1973-1976
Box 01 Folder 05: Interview – An Interview By Fans In the Underground of Greenwhich Village (original and photocopy)
Box 01 Folder 06: Los Angeles Free Press: The War Is Over, June 16-27, 1967
Box 01 Folder 17: Photocopies/clippings (1962-1971)
Box 01 Folder 22: Where’s Phil Ochs When We Really Need Him?” March 24, 1994
Box 01 Folder 23: Clippings- “The Troubadour of Lost Causes: Pete Seeger,” April 6, 1994 (1990-1997)
Box 01 Folder 26: Clippings Phil Ochs (1965-1967)
Box 01 Folder 30: Phil Ochs Memorial Celebration (1974-1977)
Box 01 Folder 31: Clippings- Memorial Celebration (1976-1977)

Box 02 Folder 01: Interview – Interview Transcripts (Jack Newfield, Jean Ray Interview, Odetta Interview, Deni Frand, Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, Michael Korolenko, Sonny Tanzman, Mike Porco, Harold Leventhal, Eric Anderson, Yarrow, Van Ronk, Brand, Sammy Walker, Elliot)

Box 02 Folder 03: Clippings Photocopies (1997)
Box 02 Folder 08: Chords of Fame: financial materials, clippings, One Man Show transcript about Phil Ochs and John Train
Box 03 Folder 01: Articles/Clippings (1966-1976)
Box 03 Folder 03: Articles/Clippings (1966-1990)
Box 04 Folder 09: SPECS Bulletin
Box 04 Folder 11: Miscellanious Buisness/Financial Documents/Receipts and Notes (1965-1986)
Box 06 Folder 01: “Growing Up With Phil Ochs” Clipping 1976
Box 06 Folder 02: “Thought”-Zine 1966 [Vol. 5, No. 4 and Vol. 5, No. 3]
Box 06 Folder 03: Clippings from Rick Whitesell 1970-1977 [plus one Guardian article – 1967]
Box 06 Folder 11: Post death Commentary Clippings 1976 [plus one article 1984]
Box 06 Folder 12: Clippings 1962-1993
Box 07 Folder 27: R.A.T. Publication, 1969
Box 08 Folder 05: Phil Ochs Chile Benefit [May 1974]
Box 08 Folder 06: Phil Ochs Tour Norway – Denmark [1966-67 – not in English]
Box 08 Folder 07: Phil Ochs Foreign Tours [Canada, UK, Germany, Sweden 1965-68 – in English, German, Swedish]
Box 08 Folder 08: Reviews Phil Ochs In Concert [1966-67]
Box 08 Folder 09: Reviews – Pleasure of the Harbor [1967-68]
Box 08 Folder 10: Reviews – Circle of Friends Single [1967-68]
Box 08 Folder 11: Reviews – LP Tape Fr. Calif. [1968]
Box 08 Folder 12: Reviews – Ohio 1973-1977 [also one Request Magazine article – August 1990]
Box 08 Folder 13: Reviews – Greatest Hits [1970]
Box 08 Folder 14: Album Reviews [1965, 1968-1969, 1974, 1979, 1986, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1995]
Box 09 Folder 01: Photocopy “The American Folk Scene: Dimensions of The Folksong Revival” [1967]
Box 09 Folder 02: “Mike Mazurki’s Spot” by Phil Ochs Manuscript
Box 09 Folder 03: Los Angeles Free Press, February 16, 1973, Clippings “Mike Mazurki’s Spot” by Phil Ochs
Box 09 Folder 04: Photocopies of article. “Mike Mazurki’s Spot”, by Phil Ochs February 16, 1973 [plus many other article photocopies, notes, and manuscripts]
Box 09 Folder 05: Photostat, “Brezhnev Makes A Deal,” by Phil Ochs Manuscript
Box 09 Folder 06: Los Angeles Free Press, “Brezhnev On T.V., Let’s Make A Deal,” by Phil Ochs – Clippings July 20, 1973
Box 09 Folder 07: “Requiem For A Dragon Departed: The Story of Bruce Lee,” by Phil Ochs -Manuscript- 1972-1973
Box 09 Folder 08: “Requiem For A Dragon Departed: The Story of Bruce Lee,” by Phil Ochs -Manuscript- 1973
Box 09 Folder 09: Los Angeles Weekly News. “Requiem for A Dragon Departed: The Story of Bruce Lee,” by Phil Ochs Sep. 21, 1973 Clippings
Box 09 Folder 10: Zoo World, Nov 8, 1973, “Requiem For A Dragon Departed: The Story of Bruce Lee.” by Phil Ochs
Box 09 Folder 11: Los Angeles Free Press, March 30, 1973 “Tom Redding As Mayor: Opposes Pot Decriminalization, Free press passes” by Phil Ochs
Box 09 Folder 12: “Soho Bar Attacked.” Summer 1975 by John Train (Phil Och’s Alter Ego) photocopy [handwritten]
Box 09 Folder 13: Phil Ochs “Save New York City,” by Phil Ochs and Miscellaneous notes
Box 09 Folder 14: Folk Scene, July-Aug. 1979, Vol. 7, No. 5-6 “Phil Ochs”
Box 09 Folder 15: Photocopy – image of Phil Ochs. March 1971
Box 09 Folder 16: Photocopy of The Ballad of Phil Ochs, by Ross Desprez 1988
Box 09 Folder 17: Correspondence to Meegan Ochs and review of Universal Music Phil Ochs Release Pulse Magazine – March, 2002
Box 09 Folder 19: Photocopies of Phil Ochs Articles 1974
Box 09 Folder 21: The New York Times Sunday, February 11, 2001 Article about the founding of “Broadside”
Box 09 Folder 22: “Lumpen” 6.5, “I’m Going to Say It Now: The Legacy of Phil Ochs” An Interview with Michael Ochs by Patrick Jones
Box 09 Folder 23: Press Release Transcript about Phil Ochs by John Rogers (Associated Press)
Box 09 Folder 24: “Farewell and Fantasies” 1997 -Clippings- Reviews & Press Release
Box 09 Folder 25: Interview – Interview with Michael & Sonny Ochs by Craig Harris for “Middlesex News,” Farewll & Fantasies
Box 09 Folder 26: Interview – Interview with Michael Ochs by Pat Jones Oct. 8, 1997
Box 09 Folder 27: “Tim Hardin: The Singer’s Singer,” by Phil Ochs
Box 09 Folder 28: Protest Songs – Phil Ochs Interview -Photocopy-
Box 09 Folder 29: Photocopy article “Where is It All Gone,” by Fred Neil -clipping-
Box 09 Folder 30: Clippings [clippings 1964, 1966, 1976, 1996, 1999, 2004-2005, poster flyers 1966, photograph]
Box 09 Folder 31: Clippings – Phil Ochs, Film Reviews by Phil Ochs 1973
Box 10 Folder 05: People Weekly, June 14, 1976
Box 10 Folder 06: Sing Out: The Folk Song Magazine February-March 1966
Box 10 Folder 07: Coast, June 1971 (2 Copies)
Box 10 Folder 08: Songwriter Magazine March 15, 1977
Box 10 Folder 09: New West, June 21, 1976
Box 10 Folder 10: Cavalier, Dec. 1965 (2 Copies)
Box 10 Folder 11: PAX, no 4 May 1966 [in Norwegian]
Box 10 Folder 12: Pax, no. 6 1967 (2 copies) [in Norwegian]
Box 10 Folder 13: San Francisco Examiner Magazine, October 17, 1999
Box 10 Folder 14: Take One, Vol. 4, no. 3, 1974 includes: “Requiem for A Dragon Departed” by Phil Ochs
Box 10 Folder 15: Rock & Folk Magazine January 24, 1969 [in French]
Box 10 Folder 16: Clipping Copies about Abbie Hoffman (1989-1998)
Box 11 Folder 04: Correspondence, Clippings (1970-1996) [fan mail]
Box 11 Folder 06: Manuscript: Death of American Correspondences Typed Page (no. 25) [February 1, 1968]
Box 11 Folder 07: Phil Ochs lyrics – printed [also clippings – 1967-1968]
Box 15 Folder 01: Clippings/Articles (1977-1989) [in English, Dutch, Italian, Spanish]
Box 15 Folder 02: Clippings (1974-2004)
Box 15 Folder 03: Clippings/Articles (1990-1997)
Box 15 Folder 04: Clippings (1962-2011)
Box 15 Folder 05: Clippings [1965-1970, in English, French]
Box 15 Folder 06: Clippings [1964-1970]
Box 15 Folder 07: Phil Ochs – Articles and book Chapters / Photocopies / Clippings [clippings from 1962-1976]
Box 16 Folder 01: Memorial Concert [clippings September 1967]
Box 16 Folder 02: Phil Ochs Movie [correspondence, clippings 1977, 1984, 1994-2004]

Box 17 Folder 06: Interview – [Cassette: Item 6] Phil Ochs with Bob Gibson on Studs Terkel 5-31-73

Box 17 Folder 07: Interview – [Cassette: Item 7] Phil Ochs – Rutgers, May 22, 1966 Saturday Folk Concert Interview 10/21/67 + Wash

Box 17 Folder 11: Interview – [Cassette: Item 11] Phil Ochs – The Rebel Songwriter 12/15/66 WNDT (NYC) – Chile Benefit May 9, 1974 (felt forum)

Box 17 Folder 12: Interview – [Cassette: Item 12] Phil Ochs Unamable WABI NYC 12-15-65

Box 17 Folder 14: Interview – [Cassette: Item 14] Phil Ochs – Vassar October 12, 1974 WBAI excertps (1965) [1965 half is not on tape, interview with John Train instead]

Box 17 Folder 23: Interview – [Cassette: Item 23] Phil Ochs and Bob Gibson on Studs Terkel Show OCHS 202

Box 17 Folder 24: Interview – [Cassette: Item 24] OCHS 201 [WFMT: Studs Terkel – 5/31/73]

Box 17 Folder 25: Interview – [Cassette: Item 25] Archie Rotherman’s Time Machine WMMS Cleveland (Ochs)

Box 17 Folder 38: Interview – [Cassette: Item 38] Phil on Alex Bennett March 1970

Box 17 Folder 47: Interview – [Cassette: Item 47] Alan Freed/ WJW

Box 20 Folder 01: Interview – [Tape: Item 01] Phil Ochs on Murray the K.

Box 20 Folder 02: Interview – [Tape: Item 02] Phil Ochs 1 of 2: Grand St. Barricade Bldg. Part 1, Grand St. Barricade Bldg. Part 2, B+W Bar Scene

Box 20 Folder 03: Interview – [Tape: Item 03] Phil Ochs 2 of 2: INTV Swedish Ambassador Pt. 1, INTV Swedish Ambasador Pt. 2, War is Over – A – and Pix, War is Over – B – Talking – No Pix, PAOMT Film w/ Trims as Hero

Box 21 Folder 10: Interview – [Reel: Item 10] Phil Ochs Show on Archie Rothman’s Time Machine Phil – Crucifixion

Box 21 Folder 13: Interview – [Reel: Item 13] Phil Ochs – Chelsea Int. pt. 2

Box 21 Folder 27: Interview – [Reel: Item 27] Phil Ochs – “Richard Nixton” short spoken intro

Box 22 Folder 03: Broadside [clippings and songs by Phil in issues #22, 41-43, 48, 52-55, 57-59, 63-70, 74, 76-79, 82-85, 89-90, 133-134, 136, 141, 144-145, 147]

Box 22 Folder 04: Broadside [clippings and songs by Phil in issues #1, 13-15, 17-32, 34-41, 43, 46-48]
Box 22 Folder 06: Carnegie Hall [ticket stubs, programs, notes, 1964-1970]
Box 22 Folder 07: Carnegie Hall Concert [1967-1969]
Box 23 Folder 07: Concert – New York [clippings in English, one in Spanish, 1965-1974, 1986, 1990, 1994]
Box 24 Folder 02: Broadside: A Handful of Songs About Our Times (February 1963 thru December 1968) Presents Phil Ochs 1995
Box 24 Folder 11: “Topical Songs – History On The Spot” article by Phil Ochs
Box 24 Folder 14: The Realist, No. 60, June, 1965 – include article, “Revolt On The Campus or How I Learned to Love the Folk Scene and Stop Worrying….”
Box 24 Folder 15: Articles (Clippings/Copies) by Phil Ochs (1963-1965) “The Need for Topical Music” and “Revolt On The Campus…”
Box 25 Folder 02: [Journal: Item 02] [diary, clippings, photos, phone numbers, 1973]
Box 25 Folder 03: [Journal: Item 02]
Box 25 Folder 04: [Journal: Item 03]
Box 25 Folder 05: [Journal: Item 04]
Box 25 Folder 07: [Journal: Item 06]
Box 25 Folder 08: [Journal: Item 07]
Box 25 Folder 09: [Scrapbook: Item 08]
Box 26 Folder 01: [Scrapbook: Item 01] [Folk Revival-related clippings from newspapers, Broadside, concert flyers, articles by Phil Ochs, incoming correspondence/fan mail, Newport Folk Festival press, 1961-1965]
Box 28 Folder 01: Newspaper Articles/Clippings/Full Spreads; Originals and Photocopies; (1966-1974; 1984-2005)
Box 35 Folder 01: [Scrapbook: Item 01] [Folk Revival-related clippings from newspapers, Broadside, concert flyers, articles by Phil Ochs, incoming correspondence/fan mail, 1958-1965: bulk 1964-1965]
Box 36 Folder 01: [Journal: Item 01] [phone numbers/addresses, diary entries, clippings incl. Nixon, McGovern, 1972]
Box 37 Folder 01: [Scrapbook: Item 01] [Folk Revival-related clippings from newspapers, Broadside, concert flyers, articles by Phil Ochs, incoming correspondence/fan mail, 1964-1965]

SERIES 10: scrapbooks and diaries

Box 25 Item 01: Scrapbook 1953-1955
Box 25 Item 02: [Journal: Item 02] [diary, clippings, photos, phone numbers, 1973]
Box 25 Item 03: Journal
Box 25 Item 04: Journal
Box 25 Item 05: Address book
Box 25 Item 06: Scrapbook
Box 25 Item 08: [Journal: Item 07]
Box 36 Folder 01: [Journal: Item 01] [phone numbers/addresses, diary entries, clippings incl. Nixon, McGovern, 1972]

SERIES 11: photographs

Box 04 Folder 02: Photograph- Inscription Autographed to Phil Ochs in Spanish
Box 05 Folder 02: Photograph- Inscription Autographed to Phil Ochs in Spanish
Box 09 Folder 15: Photocopy – image of Phil Ochs. March 1971
Box 12 Folder 01: [Phil Ochs with child, by Alice Ochs]; [contact sheet, Phil Ochs with cigarette, no photographer listed]; [contact sheet, woman at beach, no photographer listed]; [contact sheet, Phil Ochs with Jerry Rubin, no photographer listed]; [contact sheet, man at homeand at a rally, no photographer listed]; [contact sheet, Phil Ochs in the park and in a trash can, no photographer listed]; [Phil Ochs at outdoor speech, no photographer listed]; [Phil Ochs in fruit cart, by Alice Ochs] (2 copies); aprox. 1965 [Phil Ochs on a sculpture, by Alice Ochs]; [color, Phil Ochs at a pier, by Jim McCrary]
Box 12 Folder 02: [Phil Ochs onstage, backstage, talking to woman; by Ken Love]; [older Phil Ochs drinking, at piano, with guitar; no photographer listed]; [color, Phil Ochs with child outside, no photographer]; [young boy, girl in top hat; no photographer listed]; [headshots, no photographer listed]; [Phil Ochs on stage, in crowd, with baby; by Ken Love]; [color, Phil Ochs with book on head, singing on stage; no photographer listed]; [Phil Ochs on couch, no photographer listed]; [Phil Ochs with woman and cigar, no photographer listed]; [color, Phil Ochs at festival, on stage; by Sharon Fox]; “Myself playing at talent show. I played a duet with myself with an 7 tone recorder. Using competition were from Vicki Hens with a tap dancer.” circa 1955/56 [Phil Ochs as a teenager, no photographer listed]; [Phil Ochs as teenager, no photographer listed]; [color, older Phil Ochs onstage, Phil Ochs as boy; by Ken Love or no photographer listed]; [color, Polaroids; Phil Ochs on stage, Phil Ochs with child; no photographer listed]
Box 12 Folder 03: [Phil Ochs outside, inside with guitar; no photographer listed]; 8/28/68 Grant Park, Chicago, Illinois [Phil Ochs tuning guitar, no photographer listed], Phil Ochs [playing on stage; no photographer listed]; [Phil Ochs playing guitar outside with friends, photo of newspaper clipping; no photographer listed]; [Phil Ochs carrying guitar case], 8/28/68 Grant Park, Chicago, Illinois [singing; no photographer listed]; 8/28/68 Grant Park, Chicago, Illinois [playing guitar in crowd; no photographer listed]; [on couch, outisde in coat; no photographer listed]; [thinking with guitar on couch, wine list for Paul Colby’s The Other End; no photographer listed]; [Phil Ochs with friends; no photographer listed]; [postcard from Nancy to Phil, postcard from Andy to Phil]; [postcard to Karen and Phil from Barbara and Lee – 1970, Phil Ochs postcard from Viginia Lee to Meegan – 1989]; [Phil Ochs, no photographer listed]; 8/28/68 Grant Park, Chicago Illinois [Phil Ochs singing, no photographer lister], 1950 [woman, no photographer listed]; Phil Ochs 2/71 [by William Rubin], [Phil Ochs, no photographer listed]; [Phil Ochs with guitar, no photographer listed]; [Phil Ochs outside, no photographer listed]
Box 12 Folder 04: [Pete Seeger on stage with other musicians, no photographer listed]; [color, Phil Ochs walking with woman; by Michael Ochs]; [color, headshot; no photographer listed]; Back Stage War is Over Concert 1975? Meegan Ochs, Phil Ochs, Michael Ochs, Gertrude Ochs, Jonathan Tanzman behind Gertrude [no photographer listed]; [Phil Ochs closeup, by Bernard Gorson]; [Phil Ochs on stage, by Bernie & Linda Samuels]; [Phil Ochs lighting cigarette, by Bernie & Linda Samuels]; [Phil Ochs on stage; by Bernie & Linda Samuels]; [Phil Ochs on stage, by Jim Chambers]; [Phil Ochs on stage, by Jim Chambers]; [Phil Ochs on stage, by Jim Chambers]; [Phil Ochs on stage, by Jim Chambers]; [Phil Ochs on stage with Joan Baez, no photographer listed]; 1966? [Phil Ochs on stage, by David Gahr]; 1966 [headshot, by David Gahr]; [Phil Ochs at Newport Folk Festival 1966 in crowd no photographer listed]; Phil Ochs at Newport Folk Festival July, 1966 [by David Gahr]; Phil Ochs 1968 [by David Gahr]; Phil Ochs 1964 [by David Gahr]
Box 12 Folder 05: [Phil Ochs in cowboy hat, on stage; by Peter A. Benson]; [Phil Ochs in cowboy hat, on stage; by Peter A. Benson]; [Phil Ochs on stage; by Peter A. Benson]; [Phil Ochs on stage; by Peter A. Benson]; [Phil Ochs on stage; by Peter A. Benson]; [Phil Ochs on stage; by Peter A. Benson]
Box 12 Folder 06: [Phil Ochs  with mannequins and skull, no photographer listed]; Ochs [on steps, no photographer listed]; [Phil Ochs on stage, no photographer listed]; [Phil Ochs at festival, by Michael Ochs]; 66-221 20A [Phil Ochs soundcheck, no photographer listed]; [Phil Ochs on stage, by Michael Ochs]; [Phil Ochs with guitar, no photographer listed]; [Phil Ochs headshot, no photographer listed]; E343 [Phil Ochs in glasses, no photographer listed]; [man, no photographer listed]; [Phil Ochs, no photographer listed]; [Phil Ochs being interviewed, no photographer listed]; Phil Ochs [by A&M Records]; [Phil Ochs with woman, machine gun, and guitar; by A&M Records]; [Phil Ochs with woman, machine gun, and guitar; by A&M Records]; [Phil Ochs with woman, machine gun, and guitar; by A&M Records]; [Phil Ochs with woman, machine gun, and guitar; by A&M Records]; [Phil Ochs with woman, machine gun, and guitar; by A&M Records]; [Phil Ochs smiling with guitar, no photographer listed]; Phil Ochs [smiling with guitar case, no photographer listed]; S. S. [Phil Ochs with woman, machine gun, and guitar; by A&M Records]; S. S. [Phil Ochs with woman, machine gun, and guitar; by A&M Records]; [Phil Ochs smiling with used furniture, no photographer listed]; [Phil Ochs smiling with coat, no photographer listed]; [Phil Ochs closeup, no photographer listed]; [Pete Seeger on stage with other musicians, no photographer listed]; [Pete Seeger on stage with other musicians, no photographer listed]
Box 12 Folder 07: [contact sheet, Phil Ochs with other musicians, no photographer listed]; Phil and his naked daughter (age 2) [Meegan Ochs, contact sheet, by Alice Ochs], Phil Ochs at Newport-’66 Relaxing in field [Donovan, by Alice Ochs]; Phil + one of his favorite ladies – “Miranda”, now owned by niece Robin Tanzman [contact sheet, by Alice Ochs]; Berekeley, Calif. 1968 shots of Phil + Meeghan (age 5) also Phil + his good long-time friend Eric Jacobson [contact sheet, by Alice Ochs]; [contact sheet, Phil Ochs headshots, by Alice Ochs]; [contact sheet; Phil Ochs on roof with child, woman at home; no photographer listed]; 5/68 Michael and Phil Mill Valley [contact sheet, by Alice Ochs]; 2 1/4 Phil pondering note double exposure 166 G. Village [negatives, Greenwich Village, no photographer listed]; [contact sheet, Phil pondering in Greenwich Village, no photographer listed]; Phil (on a visit), Jim & Marie, Debby & John, Mill Valley ’68 [contact sheet, no photographer listed], [contact sheet, Phil and Meegan Ochs, no photographer listed], 1966 Phil in Canada on stage [contact sheet, no photographer listed]; [contact sheet, Phil and Michael Ochs, by Alice Ochs]; [negative, Phil Ochs in trash can, no photographer listed]; Acapulco, Mexico 1986 [by Tom Harney], [poem by Tom Harney], Chicago, IL 1990 [by Tom Harney]; Chicago, IL ’68 Grant Park [Phil Ochs, by Tom Harney], Chicago, IL ’68 Grant Park [crowd, by Tom Harney]; [contact sheet, Phil Ochs around a city, no photographer listed], [contact sheet, Phil Ochs headshots, no photographer listed], Phil + “Miranda” [contact sheet, Phil and mannequin, no photographer listed], Jerry Rubin + Phil Ochs 1969 [contact sheet, by Alice Ochs]; S[…?] shot Phil laughing Bleeker St. 1965 [contact sheet, no photographer listed], Phil watching Mick Jagger on T.V. 178 Bleeker St. N.Y.C. [contact sheet, no photographer listed], Phil Ochs ’66 [contact sheet, headshots, no photographer listed], Phil + Meegan 1967 [contact sheet, no photographer listed], [contact sheet, Phil Ochs around the city, no photographer listed]; ’66 On stage Carnegie Hall but not sure [contact sheet, by Alice Ochs]; [contact sheet, Phil Ochs on stage, on the street; by Alice Ochs]
Box 12 Folder 08: ‘Phil Ochs and Friends Trucker’s Party – Palomino Club, L.A. Jan.-74 [by A&M Records] (14 copies)
Box 12.1 Folder 01: Negatives – ‘Phil Ochs and Friends Trucker’s Party – Palomino Club, L.A. Jan.-74 [by A&M Records] (14 copies)
Box 12.1 Folder 02: Negatives – Phil and his naked daughter (age 2) [Meegan Ochs, by Alice Ochs]; Phil Ochs at Newport-’66 Relaxing in field [Donovan, by Alice Ochs]
Box 12.1 Folder 03: Negatives – Berekeley, Calif. 1968 shots of Phil + Meeghan (age 5) also Phil + his good long-time friend Eric Jacobson [by Alice Ochs]
Box 12.1 Folder 04: Negatives – 5/68 Michael and Phil Mill Valley [by Alice Ochs]
Box 12.1 Folder 05: Negatives – Phil (on a visit), Jim & Marie, Debby & John, Mill Valley ’68 [no photographer listed]; 1966 Phil in Canada on stage [no photographer listed]
Box 12.1 Folder 06: Negatives – [Phil Ochs around a city, no photographer listed], [Phil Ochs headshots, no photographer listed], Phil + “Miranda” [Phil and mannequin, no photographer listed], Jerry Rubin + Phil Ochs 1969 [by Alice Ochs]
Box 12.1 Folder 07: Negatives – Phil-Gr Village-horse + wagon [Greenwich Village, no photographer listed], Phil + Meeg – Pleasures of Harbor ’66 [Meegan Ochs, no photographer listed]
Box 12.1 Folder 08: Negatives – S[…?] shot Phil laughing Bleeker St. 1965 [no photographer listed], Phil watching Mick Jagger on T.V. 178 Bleeker St. N.Y.C. [no photographer listed], Phil Ochs ’66 [headshots, no photographer listed], Phil + Meegan 1967 [no photographer listed], [Phil Ochs around the city, no photographer listed]
Box 12.1 Folder 09: Negatives – ’66 On stage Carnegie Hall but not sure [by Alice Ochs]
Box 12.1 Folder 10: Negatives – [Phil Ochs on stage, on the street; by Alice Ochs]
Box 13 Folder 01: Phil Ochs at Newport Folk Festival – 1964 [by Jim Marshall]; Phil Ochs and Friends Trucker’s Party – Palomino Club, L.A. Jan.-74 [by A&M Records] (10 copies)
Box 13 Folder 02: An Evening w/ Salvador Allende: The Living Theater (closeup) [by Gary Azon 1974, note: mature content]; Isabel Allende reading the program [by Gary Azon 1974]; Bob Dylan [by Lorey Sebastian]; Bob Dylan [by Gary Azon 1974]; Dennis Hopper [by Lorey Sebastian]; contact sheet (w/ The Living Theater, Bob Dylan) [no photographer listed, note: mature content]; [Bob Dylan on stage with others, by Studio Gilles Larrain Inc.]
Box 13 Folder 03: Phil Ochs and Friends Trucker’s Party – Palomino Club, L.A. Jan.-74 [by A&M Records] (13 copies)
Box 13 Folder 04: [Phil Ochs in front of Swedenborgian Reading Room 1966, by David Gahr]; Phil Ochs 1966 and young listeners Early Folk festivals Newport [by David Gahr]; 1963 at Newport Folk Festival [by David Gahr]; Phil Ochs 1/68 [smiling in sunglasses, by David Gahr]; Phil Ochs 1965 [by David Gahr]; 1966 [smiling, by David Gahr]; Phil Ochs 1965 [in front of LBJ and Johnson-Humphrey posters, by David Gahr]; 1966 [by David Gahr]; 1966 [by David Gahr]; Phil Ochs Newport Folk Festival 1966 [by David Gahr]; Phil Ochs with Izzy Young 1973 or 74 [by David Gahr]; 1966 [in front of “WAR” sign, by David Gahr]; [smiling with guitar, by David Gahr]; Phil Ochs [in a car window, by Jim Marshall]; [laughing in glasses, by Jim Marshall]
Box 13 Folder 05: Phil Ochs and Friends Trucker’s Party – Palomino Club, L.A. Jan.-74 [by A&M Records] (17 copies)
Box 13 Folder 06: Phil Ochs and Friends Trucker’s Party – Palomino Club, L.A. Jan.-74 [by A&M Records] (10 copies)
Box 22 Folder 01: East-West talent Inc. [promotional flyers]
Box 22 Folder 02: Barricade Music [1968-1973]
Box 24 Folder 01: “Something Personal, Volume 1” by Alice Ochs 1968 Photography Books
Box 25 Folder 01: [Scrapbook: Item 01] [photos with handwritten captions, family and pet photos, hometown photos, 1953-1955]
Box 25 Folder 02: [Journal: Item 02] [diary, clippings, photos, phone numbers, 1973]
Box 25 Folder 03: [Journal: Item 02]
Box 25 Folder 04: [Journal: Item 03]
Box 25 Folder 05: [Journal: Item 03]
Box 25 Folder 07: [Journal: Item 06]
Box 25 Folder 08: [Journal: Item 07]
Box 25 Folder 09: [Scrapbook: Item 08]

SERIES 12: audio and film

Box 04 Folder 10: Ron Cobb Illustrations
Box 07 Folder 15: Copy of a pen cartoon by Spanfeller
Box 07 Folder 29: Audio Cassette Inventory [December 1986]
Box 17 Folder 01: [Cassette: Item 1] Phil Ochs at The Earl of Old Town 5-28-73 recorded by John Anderson
Box 17 Folder 02: [Cassette: Item 2] Phil Ochs with John Lennon (1971)
Box 17 Folder 03: [Cassette: Item 3] Phil Ochs Storia e Musica
Box 17 Folder 04: [Cassette: Item 4] Phil ochs At The Gaslight June 3, 1969
Box 17 Folder 05: [Cassette: Item 5] Phil “Oakes” 7-31-63 J# B84883 Audition
Box 17 Folder 06: [Cassette: Item 6] Phil Ochs with Bob Gibson on Studs Terkel 5-31-73
Box 17 Folder 07: [Cassette: Item 7] Phil Ochs – Rutgers, May 22, 1966 Saturday Folk Concert Interview 10/21/67 + Wash
Box 17 Folder 08: [Cassette: Item 8] Phil Ochs: Swarthmore College, PA 1964?
Box 17 Folder 09: [Cassette: Item 9] John Lennon – Xmas Present
Box 17 Folder 10: [Cassette: Item 10] Phil Ochs Tape One
Box 17 Folder 11: [Cassette: Item 11] Phil Ochs – The Rebel Songwriter 12/15/66 WNDT (NYC) – Chile Benefit May 9, 1974 (felt forum)
Box 17 Folder 12: [Cassette: Item 12] Phil Ochs Unamable WABI NYC 12-15-65
Box 17 Folder 13: [Cassette: Item 13] Phil Ochs: 12/24 New
Box 17 Folder 14: [Cassette: Item 14] Phil Ochs – Vassar October 12, 1974 WBAI excertps (1965) [1965 half is not on tape, interview with John Train instead]
Box 17 Folder 15: [Cassette: Item 15] Phil Ochs at the Gaslight June 3, 1964
Box 17 Folder 16: [Cassette: Item 16] Phil Ochs – Vassar 10/12/74 Ramsey Clark benefit (tape f)
Box 17 Folder 17: [Cassette: Item 17] Phil Ochs: Benefit for Ramsey Clark @ Vassar College
Box 17 Folder 18: [Cassette: Item 18] Phil Ochs at Hunter College October 23, 1971
Box 17 Folder 19: [Cassette: Item 19] Phil at Folk City 10-19-1975 Phil with Gene Shay-Phila. 1976
Box 17 Folder 20: [Cassette: Item 20] Phil Ochs: Jim’s Tapes 1/2
Box 17 Folder 21: [Cassette: Item 21] Phil Ochs: Jim’s Tapes 2/2
Box 17 Folder 22: [Cassette: Item 22] Phil Ochs – Riverboat (Toronto)
Box 17 Folder 23: [Cassette: Item 23] Phil Ochs and Bob Gibson on Studs Terkel Show OCHS 202
Box 17 Folder 24: [Cassette: Item 24] OCHS 201 [WFMT: Studs Terkel – 5/31/73]
Box 17 Folder 25: [Cassette: Item 25] Archie Rotherman’s Time Machine WMMS Cleveland (Ochs)
Box 17 Folder 26: [Cassette: Item 26] Phil Ochs with John Lennon (1971)
Box 17 Folder 27: [Cassette: Item 27] Phil Ochs Memorial Concert 5-28-76 Felt Forum NPR reels 3+4 of 10
Box 17 Folder 28: [Cassette: Item 28] Phil Ochs Tape One
Box 17 Folder 29: [Cassette: Item 29] Phil Ochs Tape Two
Box 17 Folder 30: [Cassette: Item 30] Ash Grove Tapes: Changes / Power & Glory
Box 17 Folder 31: [Cassette: Item 31] Phil Ochs – “State of Richard Nixon” – Live at Max’s 1-17-1974 “Power and the Glory” – Studio Tape
Box 17 Folder 32: [Cassette: Item 32] Ross Altman Walkin’ by Woody’s Side
Box 17 Folder 33: [Cassette: Item 33] Magpie – Greg Artzner + Terry Leonino Songs by Phil Ochs
Box 17 Folder 34: [Cassette: Item 34] Phil Ochs at Hunter College April 17, 1971
Box 17 Folder 35: [Cassette: Item 35] For Phil Ochs Joan Jara
Box 17 Folder 36: [Cassette: Item 36] Phil Ochs [Rhino Records]
Box 17 Folder 37: [Cassette: Item 37] Phil Ochs Memorial Concert 5-28-76 Felt Forum NPR reels 7+8 of 10
Box 17 Folder 38: [Cassette: Item 38] Phil on Alex Bennett March 1970
Box 17 Folder 39: [Cassette: Item 39] The Truth – Here’s to the State of Ronald Reagan [1984]
Box 17 Folder 40: [Cassette: Item 40] Phil Ochs – The Stables, East Lansing, MI 5/26/73
Box 17 Folder 41: [Cassette: Item 41] Phil Ochs at Westbury April 23, 1970
Box 17 Folder 42: [Cassette: Item 42] Phil Ochs Memorial Concert 5-28-76 Felt Forum NPR reels 5+6 of 10
Box 17 Folder 43: [Cassette: Item 43] Phil Ochs Memorial Concert 5-28-76 Felt Forum NPR reels 1+2 of 10
Box 17 Folder 44: [Cassette: Item 44] Phil Ochs – Coffee House Davis, Ca. No. 2 Fall 1973
Box 17 Folder 45: [Cassette: Item 45] A Memory of Phil Ochs (Andy Kershaw Show – BBC 12/97)
Box 17 Folder 46: [Cassette: Item 46] Phil Ochs – Davis, California June 1, 1973
Box 17 Folder 47: [Cassette: Item 47] Alan Freed/ WJW
Box 18 Folder 01: [VHS: Item 1] 4:22 #4 Library/Ochs Phil Och.3/4#S 1473-11835
Box 18 Folder 02: [VHS: Item 2] 3:30 #7 Recorded in E.P. Phil Ochs Performances
Box 18 Folder 03: [VHS: Item 3] Phil Ochs OH Sixties Pioneers
Box 18 Folder 04: [VHS: Item 4] Phil Ochs (Brian Gari) (212)799-2592 Tribute song about Phil
Box 18 Folder 05: [VHS: Item 5] The Creative Person
Box 18 Folder 06: [VHS: Item 6] Phil Ochs – Canada
Box 18 Folder 07: [VHS: Item 7] Phil Ochs: The Long Voyage Home Copy II – Meegan Lee – 10/11/03
Box 18 Folder 08: [VHS: Item 8] Phil Ochs on Swedish TV
Box 18 Folder 09: [VHS: Item 9] CBS Reports: Generations Apart A Question of Values Part 1 5/20/69
Box 18 Folder 10: [VHS: Item 10] Phil Ochs: Midnight Special, Memorial Concert (1976), Troubador (’67), Chicago (’68), War Is Over, Local N.Y.C. T.V. (’67)
Box 18 Folder 11: [VHS: Item 11] Chords of Fame
Box 18 Folder 12: [VHS: Item 12] Phil on A&E
Box 18 Folder 13: [VHS: Item 13] Phil Ochs at Ohio State
Box 19 Folder 01: [Tape: Item 01] Chords of Fame Reel 1 of 2
Box 19 Folder 02: [Tape: Item 02] Chords of Fame Reel 2 of 2
Box 19 Folder 03: [Tape: Item 03] Phil Ochs P.M. Magazine 2-21-84
Box 19 Folder 04: [Tape: Item 04] Phil Ochs Reel #1: Film Tribute, Reel #2 News
Box 19 Folder 05: [Tape: Item 05] Phil Ochs Film Transfer #20 Resignation
Box 19 Folder 06: [Tape: Item 06] Phil Ochs Film Transfer #19 Film Tribute Phil Compilation
Box 19 Folder 07: [Tape: Item 07] Phil w/ Oscar Brand – Canada – No More Songs – Video – Bitter End
Box 19 Folder 08: [Tape: Item 08] Phil Ochs, Chords of Fame, Bitter End T.V. Show, Nixon Resignation, w/ Oscar Brand in Canada, No More Songs Video, Bitter End, Portrait of a Balladeer
Box 19 Folder 09: [Tape: Item 09] Phil Ochs – “The Midnight Special”
Box 19 Folder 10: [Tape: Item 10] Phil clip reel from Tribute (should also be on 16mm film) I Ain’t Marchin montage
Box 19 Folder 11: [Tape: Item 11] Phil Ochs Chords of Fame “Something Else” T.V. Show?
Box 19 Folder 12: [Tape: Item 12] The Creative Person, Phil Ochs on Swedish TV
Box 19 Folder 13: [Tape: Item 13] The Midnight Special, Murray the K, Clip Reel from Tribute, CBC-TV, John Lennon “Ten for Two”, At Ohio St., Performances
Box 19 Folder 14: [Tape: Item 14] Phil Ochs – Newport Folk Festival synced offline screener 5/20/2009 NTSC
Box 19 Folder 15: [Tape: Item 15] “Chords of Fame” Presentation Reel – Korry Productions 1981
Box 20 Folder 01: [Tape: Item 01] Phil Ochs on Murray the K.
Box 20 Folder 02: [Tape: Item 02] Phil Ochs 1 of 2: Grand St. Barricade Bldg. Part 1, Grand St. Barricade Bldg. Part 2, B+W Bar Scene
Box 20 Folder 03: [Tape: Item 03] Phil Ochs 2 of 2: INTV Swedish Ambassador Pt. 1, INTV Swedish Ambasador Pt. 2, War is Over – A – and Pix, War is Over – B – Talking – No Pix, PAOMT Film w/ Trims as Hero
Box 20 Folder 04: [Tape: Item 04] Phil Ochs Memorial Part 1 New Master
Box 20 Folder 05: [Tape: Item 05] Phil Ochs Memorial Part 2
Box 20 Folder 06: [Tape: Item 06] Nixon Resignation Aug. 8, 1974
Box 20 Folder 07: [Tape: Item 07] Phil Ochs Bitter End
Box 20 Folder 08: [Tape: Item 08] Phil Ochs 4-12-67 Portrait of a Balladeer N.Y.C. ch.13
Box 20 Folder 09: [Tape: Item 09] Phil Folk City July 28, 1975
Box 20 Folder 10: [Tape: Item 10] Nixon Resignation, The War is Over
Box 20 Folder 11: [Tape: Item 11] Phil Ochs Memorial Reel 1 of 2 6/27/77
Box 21 Folder 01: [Reel: Item 01] Power And The Glory, State of Richard Nixon 1-31-74
Box 21 Folder 02: [Reel: Item 02] Phil Ochs Live for McGovern Ann Arbor
Box 21 Folder 03: [Reel: Item 03] Phil Ochs Unreleased Material reel #1 Feb 23, 1973
Box 21 Folder 04: [Reel: Item 04] Phil Ochs Live at Max’s January 17, 1974
Box 21 Folder 05: [Reel: Item 05] Phil Ochs Live Ann Arbor 11/1/72
Box 21 Folder 06: [Reel: Item 06] P. Ochs Power and Glory 3:14
Box 21 Folder 07: [Reel: Item 07] Phil Ochs Reel 6 uncut master
Box 21 Folder 08: [Reel: Item 08] P. Ochs Live at Max’s 1/17/73 Reel 3
Box 21 Folder 09: [Reel: Item 09] Phil Ochs at Westbury Jan ’74
Box 21 Folder 10: [Reel: Item 10] Phil Ochs Show on Archie Rothman’s Time Machine Phil – Crucifixion
Box 21 Folder 11: [Reel: Item 11] Phil Ochs Reel 8 uncut master
Box 21 Folder 12: [Reel: Item 12] Phil Ochs Reel 2 uncut master
Box 21 Folder 13: [Reel: Item 13] Phil Ochs – Chelsea Int. pt. 2
Box 21 Folder 14: [Reel: Item 14] Phil Ochs Live at J.P.’s NYC 1/15/74
Box 21 Folder 15: [Reel: Item 15] Abbie Hoffman – Tribute Song
Box 21 Folder 16: [Reel: Item 16] Phil Ochs July 14/76 copy, Emit Rhodes
Box 21 Folder 17: [Reel: Item 17] Phil Ochs Reel 7 uncut master
Box 21 Folder 18: [Reel: Item 18] Phil Ochs Reel 3 uncut master
Box 21 Folder 19: [Reel: Item 19] June 27 ’75 Phil Ochs > Jan 10 ’74
Box 21 Folder 20: [Reel: Item 20] Phil Ochs Reel 1 uncut master Film, Ramsey Clark, Bob Gibson, Danny Kalb
Box 21 Folder 21: [Reel: Item 21] Phil Ochs Reel 4 uncut master
Box 21 Folder 22: [Reel: Item 22] Phil Ochs Reel 5 uncut master Peter Yarrow, Broadside Singers
Box 21 Folder 23: [Reel: Item 23] 1/27/74 Phil Ochs crowd noice no limiter Nixon Song
Box 21 Folder 24: [Reel: Item 24] Phil Ochs “No More Songs”
Box 21 Folder 25: [Reel: Item 25] P. Ochs “State of Richard Nixon”
Box 21 Folder 26: [Reel: Item 26] 8/31/73 Crucifixion
Box 21 Folder 27: [Reel: Item 27] Phil Ochs – “Richard Nixton” short spoken intro
Box 21 Folder 28: [CD: Item 28] Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, Phil Ochs – “Amchitka: The 1970 Concert that Launched Greenpeace”
Box 21 Folder 29: [CD: Item 29] Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, Phil Ochs – “Amchitka: The 1970 Concert that Launched Greenpeace”
Box 21 Folder 30: [8-Track: Item 30] Phil Ochs Greatest Hits
Reference Collection Folder 01: [CD: Item 01] I Ain’t Marching Anymore
Reference Collection Folder 02: [CD: Item 02] Welk/Vanguard Reference CD
Reference Collection Folder 03: [CD: Item 03] On My Way (1963 Demo Session)
Reference Collection Folder 04: [CD: Item 04] 20th Century Masters: The Best of Phil Ochs
Reference Collection Folder 05: [CD: Item 05] Live at Newport
Reference Collection Folder 06: [CD: Item 06] The Broadside Tapes 1
Reference Collection Folder 07: [CD: Item 07] Pleasures of the Harbor
Reference Collection Folder 08: [CD: Item 08] Two Classic Albums from Phil Ochs
Reference Collection Folder 09: [CD: Item 09] Greatest Hits
Reference Collection Folder 10: [CD: Item 10] The Early Years
Reference Collection Folder 11: [CD: Item 11] Tape from California
Reference Collection Folder 12: [CD: Item 12] All The News that’s Fit to Sing
Reference Collection Folder 13: [CD: Item 13] A Toast to Those Who Are Gone
Reference Collection Folder 14: [CD: Item 14] All The News that’s Fit to Sing

SERIES 13: Realia

Box 27: Miranda’s wig
Box 31: Miranda bust
Box 32: Phil Ochs’ Gold Lame Suit