Walter Conrad Arensberg
Born 4 April 1878 in Pittsburgh.
Died 29 January 1954 in Los Angeles.
Writer and collector associated with the Dada movement in New York.
The International Dada Archive has extensive holdings of works by and about Arensberg. The Archive has microfilmed a large portion of the Arensberg papers housed at the Francis Bacon Foundation in Claremont, California.
WORKS IN DADA ERA PUBLICATIONS FROM THE DIGITAL DADA LIBRARY
Arithmetical progression of the verb “to be”. (Poem) 391, no. 5, June 1917, p. 4.
Axiom. (Poem) Blindman, no. 2, May 1917, p. 8.
Dada est américain. Littérature, no. 13, May 1920, p. 15-16. [Authorship disclaimed by Arensberg; also attributed to Francis Picabia.]
For "Shady Hill," Cambridge, Mass. (Poem) 391, no. 5, June 1917, p. 5.
Partie d'échecs entre Picabia et Roché. 391, no. 7, August 1917, p. 3.
Theorem. (Poem) Blindman, no. 2, May 1917, p. 9.