Exposición de Diciembre: Maria Valencia, Gabriela Rivadeneira, Jaime Dvor, Waldo Parraguez.
Santiago, Chile: Impr. Hoy, 1933.
Exposición de las obras de Jaime Dvor, Cesar Moro, Waldo Parraguez, Gabriela Rivadeneira, Carlos Sotomayor, Maria Valencia.
Lima: C.I.P., 1935.
Salon de Agosto: Maria Valencia, Jaime Dvor, Carlos Sotomayor, 1935, Aug 24–31.
Santiago, Chile: Imprenta "El Globo", 1935.
Arenas, Braulio. Exposición surrealista—Braulio Arenas, Jorge Cáceres: objetos, collages, dibujos: Santiago de Chile, Biblioteca Nacional, 22–31 Diciembre.
Santiago, Chile: La Biblioteca, 1941.
Ford, Charles Henry. Overturned Lake.
Cincinnati: Little Man Press, 1941. Frontispiece by Matta
PS3511.O392 O9 1941
Gómez-Correa, Enrique. Enrique Gómez-Correa papers, 1920–1995.
Archive contains materials by and about poet, essayist and editor, Enrique Gómez-Correa, chiefly covering his activities during the 1940s, as well as his prominence in the South American surrealist movement. It contains correspondence, manuscripts, personal photographs, books, articles, clippings, artwork, and other material.
Huidobro, Vicente. Vicente Huidobro papers, 1886–1968.
Papers of the Chilean poet, novelist, playwright and polemicist, Vicente Huidobro, comprised of correspondence, manuscripts, notes, printed matter, and photographs.
Lihn, Enrique. Enrique Lihn papers, 1941–1988.
Chilean poet, playwright, novelist, and critic. Papers include Lihn's correspondence with poets, writers, publishers, artists, critics, and friends and family. His notebooks contain drafts of his writings, drawings, and notes. Other files hold research and lecture notes, drawings and collages, clippings and ephemera, as well as manuscripts by others. Included are some papers of the Chilean painter Pablo Burchard collected and maintained by Lihn.
Matta Echaurren, Roberto Sebastián. Letter to the New York art dealer Sidney Janis, mentioning Leo Castelli, and illustrated with an abstract design in pastels representing "the idealist" and "the realist."
Sotomayor, Carlos and Julio. Dios es Dos.
Santiago de Chile, 1935.