The collection begins with a number of journals containing articles that discuss Bunting's work. The Spring 1973 issue of Juggler (a magazine published for the members of the Notre Dame-St. Mary's community in Notre Dame, Indiana) includes Sister Victoria Forde's article on Basil Bunting's Persian poems. Bunting-related contributions by Brian Swann, Robert Metz, Jonathan Williams and Tom Meyer appear in the Spring-Summer 1977 issue of the St. Andrews Review. The Autumn 1978 issue of Poetry Information is devoted to Bunting, including a conversation with him on his 75th birthday, critical observations of his works, and a chronology of his life. Charlie Sheard's article on Bunting and music appears in the Autumn 1982 issue of The Present Tense, a review of modern poetry. Two issues of the Journal of the D.H. Lawrence Society provide information on Lawrence and his work. A photocopy of Bunting's translation of a Persian story titled The Pious Cat, by Obaid-e Zakani, continues the collection. Photocopies of notes that Marian Bunting wrote on the title page of Descant on Rawthey's Madrigal: Conversations with Basil Bunting by Jonathan Williams, together with notes on a page of an unknown work about Bunting's returning to Persia after he was fired from his job as special assistant to the Persian ambassador, can also be found here. The collection continues with photocopies of newspaper clippings pertaining to the Bunting family, including the birth and christening of daughter Bourtai Bunting, named in honor of Ghengis Khan, and later, her passing the University of Chicago's Scholastic Achievement Test and being able to enter the University of Chicago as a freshman without finishing her last two years of high school. A photograph shows son Rustum Bunting at a dinner given for prize winners in an essay contest on vehicle and pedestrian safety, conducted by the Eau Claire Policemen's Protective Association for children in schools of the city. Another clipping documents the death of 15-year-old Rustum, 12 hours after being stricken with polio. Photocopies of a posthumous Northumberland exhibit of Bunting's life provide a chronology of events in Bunting's life, photos of his childhood and student days at Ackworth, studio portraits, Bunting at work, and photographs of his friends, contemporaries, and family. Photographs of Brigflatts, a Quaker hamlet in Cumbria that inspired his 1966 poem, scenes in London, Paris, Barcelona, Santa Cruz and Persia were also included in the exhibit. Postcards illustrating Bunting's tombstone in the Brigflatts Burial Ground; Lincoln Cathedral; the D.H. Lawrence Birthplace in Eastwood, Nottingham; Moor Green Reservoir; and Church Cottage, Cossall (honeymoon cottage of "The Rainbow") can also be found in the collection. A Sony PR-150-7 recording of Bunting reading Briggflatts at the University of British Columbia, November 20, 1970, with an introduction by Peter Quartermain, completes the collection.