Ananda Claude Dalenberg's
Cloud-hidden Friends, Universal Life Friends,
& Zen Freethinker Newsletters
44 in all from 1982 to 1991 (4 missing)
Scans Index ------ Ananda Claude Dalenberg cuke page
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.
Now these newsletters are broken down into individual issues with OCR.
You could receive the newsletters free and only if you submitted something or so Ananda told me but I don't think he stuck to that rule. Letters from Marian (Derby Wisberg) Mountain, Frances Thompson, Tim Aston, Erick Storlie, Rene Pittet, Alan Marlow, Gary Snyder, Ananda himself, and many more. Next we'll need an index. - thanks Waren Lynn for scanning (2013) and Peter Ford for separating into individual issues (2014).
Cover page for whole collection made by his daughter Diane when she photocopied them (2008).
Universal Life Friends issue 2 - 1983
Cloud Hidden Friends Issue 1 - 1983
Cloud Hidden Friends Issue 2 - 1983
Cloud Hidden Friends Issue 3 - 1983
Cloud Hidden Friends Issue 4 - 1983
Cloud Hidden Friends Issue 5 - 1983
Cloud Hidden Friends Issue 6 - 1983
Cloud Hidden Friends Issue 7 - 1984
Cloud Hidden Friends Issue 8 - 1984
Cloud Hidden Friends Issue 9 - 1984
Cloud Hidden Friends Issue 18
Cloud Hidden Friends Issue 32 - 1990 or 91 - missing (or Zen Freethinker)
Zen Freethinker Issue 33 - 1991
Zen Freethinker Issue 34 - 1991
Zen Freethinker Issue 35 - 1991
Zen Freethinker Issue 36 - 1991
4-27-14 - Sure would like to get the six missing issues (now four). I remember getting an email from someone some years ago saying that the collection of these newsletters in the SFZC library had been thrown out. Maybe I should ask them anyway. And maybe Berkeley ZC has them. Really need to index them so that we could see what's in them. Lot of interesting letters. - dc
12-10-14 - Still wonder if it can be true that the SFZC library collection was thrown away by a librarian unaware of its significance. Got an email saying that a while back. - DC
Thanks to Warren Lynn for scanning