Second things secondly: While we await Peter O'Leary's analysis, for the Poetry Foundation website, of the famous "Objectivists" issue of Poetry magazine, and await also the eventual digitization of said issue, you might like to know what its actual famed contents were.
Lawrence La Riviere White, at the ALSC blog, The Valve, has provided a valuable service in transcribing this information (along with some commentary not reproduced below, so visit that blog), and here it goes:
Volume 37, Number 5
“Orphean Lost,” “Fluteplayers from Finmarker, “Unswerving Marine,” “Before You.”
“A” (Seventh Movement).
“What Furred Creature.”
A Group of Verse I-VI [“All day the pavement has been black,” “From the window I could not see the moon,” “Among the heaps of brick and plaster lies,” “Rooted among roofs, their smoke among the clouds,” “What are you doing in our street among the automobiles,” “Of our visitors — I do not know which I dislike most.”]
“Song of the Turquoise People.”
“Last Page of a Manuscript.”
S. THEODORE HECHT
“Table for Christmas.”
“1930’s” [“Thus / Hides the / Parts…,” “The knowledge not of sorrow…”]
“Supper in an Alms-House.”
WHITTAKER CHAMBERS [!!]
“October 21st, 1926.”
“The Word” [“Nothing / Substance utters or time / stills…”]
“Wakes III,” “To One Reason” [Tr. by Emanuel Carnevali].
“Poem (There are places we will not go).”
WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS
“The Botticellian Trees.”
The issue [Lawrence continues] closes with three critical pieces by Zukofsky: “Program: ‘Objectivists’ 1931,” “Sincerity and Objectification: With Special Reference to the Work of Charles Reznikoff,” and “Symposium.” The last is an omnibus review of poems by Parker Tyler, Charles Henri Ford, Samuel Pulman, André Salmon, and Réné Taupin.* * *
I am looking into ways of reprinting or reproducing this issue of the magazine - but as you can imagine, the rights problems are formidable!