AUTO-ETHNOGRAPHS: Self-reflective ephemera in which autobiographical story is personally contextualized in cultural, and social meanings and understandings
1. LOGOS: The 1969 yearbook of Eckerd College, winner of national award; editor David Wise, contributor Walter Enloe; in honor of John Cage, Robert Duncan, the Black Mountain Review, and William Burroughs. A loose collection of intersecting pages of pages of photographs and narrative in an 8 x *8 box. photographed as e-book for Eckerd College archives 2010. With commentary.
2. HIROSHIMA SIGNPOSTS: 1979-1993 English monthly western Japan; contemporary culture, travel, social commentary ;circulation 600+ (publisher, writer 1980-1988). With commentary. collated 2006
3. MOTIVES: collection of ephemera from motive Magazine 1941-1972, official magazine of the Methodist Student Movement, avant garde editorial and artistic periodical with strong positions on civil rights, equity, social justice, gender issues. College art teachers Peg Rigg, Jim Crane, Bob Hodgell were contributors as were poetry teacher Peter Meinke, theater teacher Jim Carlson, college roommate David Wise and Black Mountain art mentors Albert Lanier and Ruth Asawa were all contributors. assembled 2006
4. WWE@HAMLINE.EDU: documentary case of materials and reflections related to teaching, research, scholarship, and leadership through service at Hamline university 1993-2013 assembled 2013
5. WHITE SANDS GROUND ZERO: atomic bomb artifacts first Ground Zero, White Sands, Alamogordo, New Mexico, July 16, 1945 (trinitite fragment in three dimensional box with photograph from explosion) ; second Ground Zero Hiroshima August 6, 1945 (tile)fragment ; third Ground Zero Nagasaki August 9, 1945 (melted glass); placed in a rosewood tray Karesasui (dry landscape) of white sand. assembled 2010
6. ATOMIC TAROT DECK: 39 laminated photo cards 4 x 6 in a 5 x 7 box; image on one side, didactic on the other side; ephemera related to the authors experiences in Hiroshima 1963-1988 and subsequent years living with the Bomb. assembled 2009
7. ST. PETE BLUE 1969: a catalogue of the literary effects of Jack Kerouac from his home in St. Petersburg, Florida following his death, compiled in November, 1969, by Eckerd professor Robert Detweiler, and student Walter Enloe. The sixteen page catalogue is situated in a plethora of photographs, narrative commentary, autobiographical journal entries and other literary ephemera and scraps circa 1969. assembled 2007