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      Garden City: Doubleday & Company Inc. Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc.,. 1960. cloth.. A fine copy in very good or better dust jacket with light rubbing at. lower spine end and lower front corner tip and 8x5 mm chip from upper. front corner tip. A nice copy of an elusive book. (#142626). First edition. "An alien starship lands in medieval England, and carries a group of knights off into space. These rough-and-ready chaps eventually succeed in conquering the interstellar empire. A fondly remembered romp which celebrates the violent human spirit, it has not worn particularly well." - Pringle, The Ultimate Guide to Science Fiction, second edition (1995), p. 173. 1961 Hugo nominee. Anatomy of Wonder (1987) 3-11. Survey of Science Fiction Literature II, pp. 977-80.

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        Geh durch den Spiegel. Horst Antes.

      38,2x26 cm. 32 n.n. S. Mit 10 Originallithographien, davon 6 mehrfarbigen (4 doppelblattgrossen) und 4 schwarzen (2 doppelblattgorssen). Originalbroschur mit Deckelillustration. "Folge 23. kataloge zu den Austellungen der Galerie der Spiegel." - Erschien in einer Auflage von 200 Exemplaren. - Texte von Horst Antes, William Blake, Jean Genet und Jörg Stöhrer. - Einband mit kleinen Ein- und Abrissen. - Innen sauber.

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        Dessins pour la Bible.

      Verve Nos 37-38. Paris 1960. Rigt illustr. i s/h og med 24 orig. farvelitografier. 4to. Orig. kart. Richly illustr. in black/white and with 24 orig. lithographs in colour. Publisher's pictorial boards

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        Islands in the Sky

      Signet / New American Library (New York): Signet / New American Library. (1960). Reprint of the paperback edition. A couple of ink numbers on inside cover, else near fine. A Dedication Copy, Inscribed by Arthur C. Clarke to his protege, one-time secretary, and longtime friend Ian Macauley: "To Ian, again!! All the best, Arthur 12 Nov 82." The printed dedication reads: "For Ian From an Elizabethan to a Georgian." The first edition of this title, originally published in 1953, was Clarke's first published hardcover novel, a story for adolescents. Macauley was an award-winning New York Times journalist who also edited Clarke's book of collected essays, Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds! (2000). Clarke wrote the last chapter of Childhood's End while visiting Macauley in Atlanta in 1952, where he was reportedly greatly influenced by their discussions. Clarke's first hardcover novel, preceded only by Prelude to Space (1951), issued in paperback as Galaxy Science Fiction Novel #3. .

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        The Alexandria Quartet, comprising] Justine; Balthazar; Mountolive; Clea

      London: Faber & Faber [through 1960], 1957. First Editions. Hardcover. Fine-/Fine-. A superb set of the author's 4-volume literary landmark. Here offered: four First Impressions (no additional printings noted), all about Fine, uniformly bound in publisher's cloth, in correct illustrated dust jackets. 8vo: 253,[1]; 250; 320; 287,[1]pp. Justine (1957): rose-colored cloth, spine gilt, French blue title block. Near Fine, with dust-soiled edges, spine slightly faded, unobtrusive glue stain along two edges of lower paste-down; about Fine jacket, priced 15s, barely toned to spine panel, else quite fresh and bright. Balthazar (1958): French blue cloth, spine gilt, reddish-brown title block. Fine, tight and apparently unread, marred only by owner's signature and date to front paste-down; about Fine jacket, priced 15s, with two short closed tears along upper spine-panel folds. Mountolive (1958): yellow cloth, spine gilt, lavender title block. About Fine, tight and apparently unread, with owner's inscription on front fly leaf, dust-soiled top edge, two lightly bumped corners; Fine jacket, priced 16s. Clea (1960): persimmon cloth, spine gilt, green title block. Fine, square and tight with lightly dust-soiled top edge; better than Near Fine jacket (priced-clipped), lightly dust-soiled and rubbed to ends of spine-panel. Burgess 99. & "The Alexandria Quartet is one of those works that seem to draw upon and sum up a multitude of works and writers and bodies of knowledge that have come before. Sources specific to Egypt include Constantine Cavafy's poetry and E. M. Forster's Alexandria: A History and a Guide. Other sources range from The Arabian Nights to accounts of the life of occult philosopher Paracelsus, from the obsessive erotic catalogues of the Marquis de Sade (who wrote his own Justine and who provides three of the volumes with epigraphs) to the thrillers of John Buchan. Freud is here (providing a psychological framework and yet another epigraph), as well as his student Georg Groddeck. Durrell also utilizes Einstein's theory of relativity, recounting the same events from multiple viewpoints within the first three volumes, then advancing the characters and situations through the fourth dimension, time, in the fourth and final volume. . . . Whatever the merits of the works his contemporaries were producing in the 1950s, most of those seemed cautious and provincial compared to Durrell's unabashedly romantic and experimental novels." (Literary Encyclopedia) N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        The Dangerous Summer, Part One (Original promotional poster issued by LIFE Magazine)

      LIFE Magazine LIFE Magazine, 1960. An extremely uncommon film preview poster issued by LIFE magazine, promoting the first appearance of Hemingway's "The Dangerous Summer," which first ran in LIFE in two parts, in the September and October 1960. The only example we have ever encountered. 26.5 x 34.5 inches (a few inches shorter than the standard poster size for this era), Fine condition, archivally linen-backed and rolled.

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        Plakat - Kunstmuseum Winterthur 3. April - 22. Mai 1960. Buchdruck, Linolschnitt.

      100 x 70 cm, Tadellos Vom Künstler num.: 38 / 50, signiert und datiert «Bill - 1960). Von Bill gezeichnet und möglicherweise von ihm selbst in Linol geschnitten. Siehe auch: Niggli Vlg.- Max Bill S. 32.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej]
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        Werke (10 Bde.).

      8°, ca. 5000 S., OLdr. (dunkelblaues Saffianleder), goldgepr. Rücken, Farbkopfschnitt., Kopfschnitt m. mininmalen Fleckchen, ansons sehr schönes dekoratives Exemplar. EA. (W/G2 89). Erste Gesamtausgabe. Handschriftlich numerierte u. vom Autor im Impressum signierte Sonderauflage, Nr. 109 v. 250. Bde. 1-4: Tagebücher I (Der erste Weltkrieg), II (Strahlungen, 1. Teil) und III (Strahlungen, 2. Teil) + IV (Reisetagebücher); Bde. 5-8: Essays I - IV Betrachtungen zur Zeit; Der Arbeiter; Das abenteuerliche Herz; Fassungen; Bde. 9-10: Erzählende Schriften I + II (Erzählungen + Heliopolis).

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        ESTA. [Möbelkatalog mit 26 Artikeln].

      Quer-Gr.8°, 51 Bl. m. 52 eingeklebte Orig.- s/w-Photos., OLwd., Schraubenbindung., 2 Abb. (zu Art. Nr. 3 u. 15.) herausgelöst. Katalog des Sesselherstellers ESTA. Ein interessanter Querschnitt durch das Wohngefühl der frühen sechziger Jahre.

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        The Ferguson Affair (First Edition)

      Alfred A. Knopf New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1960. First Edition. First Edition. Fine and unread in a Near Fine dust jacket with a touch of overall toning and light soil to the rear panel. An attractive copy of this non-Archer thriller, featuring young California lawyer Bill Gunnarson.

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        Fragments of a city. Chicago photographs.

      Hans Reitzel, Copenhagen 1960. 1st edition. Square 8°. Unpaginated. Orig. wrappers and in orig. blank slipcase. Fine-.. One of the very rare works by the reknown Danish photographer K. Helmer-Petersen and certaintly a highlight of Danish photography books. Helmer-Petersen's early book "122 Colour Photographs"/"122 farvefotografier" was selected by Martin Parr and Gerry Badger as one of the important books in photography history

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        Orpheus 1960: Modern Culture and the 1913 Renaissance

      Liberal Press New York: Liberal Press. 1960. First. First edition. Quarto. Printed perfectbound wrappers. Small ownership stamp of Howard Nitzberg on the front wrap, modest wear and soiling, spine a little tanned and with a small spot of erosion on the spine, a sound very good copy. Inscribed by the author: "Au Professeur Howard Nitzberg avec mes compliments. H.M. Barzun (AATF)." Barzun, the father of author and polymath Jacques Barzun, was a poet, and among a number of French modernists who came to New York City right before and during the First World War, among them Marcel Duchamp, Francis Picabia and his wife Gabrielle Buffet, Arthur Cravan, Albert Gleizes and his wife Julliette Roche; painters Jean and Yvonne Crotti; and writer Henri-Pierre Roche. Here they joined painter Joseph Stella, harpist Carlos Salzedo, and those recent immigrants already there like Stieglitz, Georgia O'Keeffe, and Man Ray, forming a community of modern artists who made New York the new center of the art world. .

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        The Country Girls

      Hutchinson London: Hutchinson. 1960. First. First edition. Bound by Bayntun-Riviere of Bath. Half green morocco and cloth. Fine. Signed by the author. Presumably rebound but possibly an issue with which we are unfamiliar. Author's first book. .

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        Adenauer Meeting a Disgrace and Danger for Israel! (Broadside)

      Israel Communist Party Central Committee Tel Aviv: Israel Communist Party Central Committee, 1960. Very Good. Historic Broadside and Autograph Letter: Ben-Gurion on Reconciliation Between the Jewish People and the Germans BEN-GURION, David. Broadside: Adenauer Meeting a Disgrace and Danger for Israel! Issued by Israel Communist Party Central Committee. Tel Aviv, 14.3.1960. In Hebrew. Bright yellow broadside printed in bold black letters, measuring 18 1/2 inches x 24 1/2 inches. Very Good Condition. The broadside reads in part: "Chancellor Adenauer heads a neo-Nazi Government, that is responsible for a wave of anti-Semitism and for carrying the swastika in Bonn... the action of Ben-Gurion, which generated a great deal of publicity for the meeting with Adenauer in New York, is a Jewish gift validating the heir and successor to Hitler's policies... this is a knife in the back... it is a disgrace and shame on Israel... The Adenauer-Ben-Gurion conspiracy is a danger to the security of our country..." This broadside is offered with: BEN-GURION, David. Autograph Letter Signed. Jerusalem, August 17, 1966. On lined note paper. One page in Hebrew. Very Good Condition. Three years after leaving office, Ben-Gurion writes to "The Society for Dialogue between Israelis and Germans" in Tel-Aviv. One of Ben-Gurion's most controversial acts as Prime Minister was to reach an agreement with Germany over Holocaust reparations. This letter shows Ben-Gurion's continued interest in building bridges to the "new" Germany. "I am happy that such a Society has been founded and as far as my free time permits, I will try to help this effort as much as I can."

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      1960. 1. FREEMAN,DON. CYRANO THE CROW. NY: Viking (1960). 4to (8 1/2 x 11"), pictorial cloth, Fine in slightly chipped dust wrapper. 1st edition. This is the story of a crow that was invited to appear on television. Written and illustrated in color by Freeman. THIS COPY HAS A GREAT FULL PAGE SIGNED WATERCOLOR OF CYRANO on the endpaper. A super copy.

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        The L-Shaped Room

      Chatto & Windus London: Chatto & Windus. 1960. First. Uncorrected proof. A bit cocked, splits at the edges of the spine, else a very good copy in printed wrappers. Author's first novel. Bryan Forbes wrote and directed the 1962 film featuring Leslie Caron as a young and pregnant French woman in a London boarding house, also with Anthony Booth, Tom Bell, and Bernard Lee. A very scarce proof. .

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      Editions E. de Boccard. Paris: Éditions E. de Boccard.. 1960. 8vo., cloth, dust jacket. lxiv, 809, (3) pages.. Text in French. 2nd edition. Reprint of 1916 edition, published in the Bibliothèque des Écoles françaises d'Athènes et de Rome. Author was a member of L'Institut. A study of iconography in manuscripts of the Gospels in the 14th-16th centuries. Introduction by the author, bibliography, table of contents. Addenda and corrigenda. Indices of mosaics and frescoes, icons, miniatures, sculptures, painters, iconographers and a general index. List of illustrations. 670 black and white illustrations. Bookplate. Dust jacket torn at edges and lightly soiled. Edges lightly soiled. .

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        Soft Touch (First UK Edition)

      Robert Hale London: Robert Hale, 1960. First UK Edition and first edition in hardcover. Near Fine in a Very Good plus dust jacket. Slight lean to book with foxing to the endpapers and page edges. Small numerical ink notation to the front endpaper. Jacket is bright and complete with a bit of rubbing at the extremities and some foxing to the jacket verso. Previous bookstore's sticker to the lower front jacket flap. A bright copy, unusual in this condition.

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      New York ca. late 1960s New York, ca. late 1960s. Pencil on heavy weight tracing paper, image approximately 11 x 9 inches, 16 x 12 inches overall. Horizontal fold, else fine, mounted in an archival mat . An engaging drawing by Mad artist Mingo showing Alfred E. Neuman in a strait jacket, seated, knitting a glove with his toes. Done as a preliminary to a subsequent painting

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      New York ca. late 1960s New York, ca. late 1960s. Pencil on thin tracing paper, approximately 12 x 13 inches. One horizontal fold, tissue extended by the artist with pencil-receptive transparent tape over which he has drawn, a few short marginal tears without loss, not affecting image; overall fine, mounted in an archival mat . A splendid pencil drawing by Mad artist Mingo, of the magazine's gap-toothed, jug-eared, inanely grinning Alfred E. Neuman, this time with his tongue protruding. A larger than life-size image, done as a preliminary to a subsequent painting

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      1960. 1. SEUSS,DR. GREEN EGGS AND HAM. NY: Random House 1960. 8vo, orange glazed pictorial boards, fine in beautiful dust wrapper with 2 small edge mends. 1st edition of this scarce Beginner Book, FIRST ISSUE with "50 Word Vocabulary" statement applied as a sticker on the right corner of the dust wrapper, not printed on the paper (this isn't price clipped but the price is not a factor in determining edition of this title, it needs to have the correct ads),This is a great copy of one of Seuss's most popular and well known titles. Younger / Hirsch 27.

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      New York: Galerie Chalette 1960. New York: Galerie Chalette, 1960.. Oblong small quarto. Full velveteen stiff wrappers, with onlaid bronze- like metallic figure on upper wrapper. Illustrated throughout with plates and photographs. Fine, in suede covered clamshell box (see below). First edition, deluxe issue of this exhibition catalogue of Arp and Sophie Taeuber-Arp's works, with Seuphor's essay printed in both French and English. This is one of thirty numbered copies, specially bound, signed by Seuphor, and housed in the special folding case bearing an original wood- relief by Arp, entitled "améga dans l'oméga," with a limitation statement signed by Arp affixed inside the upper panel. Enclosed in the original board outer case (a bit rubbed). There were also 970 ordinary copies.

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      The Photographer N.p.: The Photographer, c1960. First ed. Clergue, Lucian. Portfolio with 11 original b&w silver photographs, of varying sizes, including one folded, mounted to bifold art paper; includes a manuscript title page and colophon ( title page calligraphy in dark red crayon, colophon calligraphy in ink with the photographer's signature in dark red crayon). The colophon reads " Cette plaquette de ouze photographie de Lucien Clergue, consacrée aux gitans des Saintes Maries de la Mer et àSarah leur patronne a été tirée à 150 exemplaires par l'auteur. Ex no 115".All housed in a a plain black paper wrapper with "Gitans" in calligraphy in red crayon on the front wrapper. Near Fine. Lucien Clergue started his long career as a photographer following the street performers and Gypsies in the south of France. By 1960 he had already amassed a large body of work from the Camargue region, known is medieval times as a retreat for the Roma peoples, and specifically from its capital, Saintes Maries de la Mer. In this portfolio, at least one of the images dates from 1955 and is one of the photographer's signature early images. Although many of these images have been reproduced in later books and exhibitions, this portfolio is never mentioned in his bibliography or official chronology, therefore the date is inexact. In later years, Clergue devoted most of his photographic attention to the female nude, yet the images from this body of work show him to have been a master of the social documentary roving camera.OCLC locates only two copies, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, and New York Public Library Research Library.

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      1960. 1. SEUSS,DR. GREEN EGGS AND HAM. NY: Random House 1960. 8vo, orange glazed pictorial boards, As New in near Fine dust wrapper with a touch of fraying to bottom of spine. 1st edition, second state of dust wrapper with "50 Word Vocabulary printed on dust wrapper instead of being a stick-on. Probably Seuss's second most popular title after the Cat In The Hat, this is an unusually nice copy. Younger / Hirsch 27.

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        Naomi e i figli

      Litografia originale a colori mm.352x260 tratta dal volume "Dessins pour la Bible", stampato a Parigi, Editions de la Revue Verve, 1960. Non firmata.

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      Stockholm, A. Bonniers boktryckeri, 1960. 130,(11) s. Hfrbd av etiopiskt kobraskinn (Erik Heijer, Bonniers bokbinderi). Övre guldsnitt. Omslaget medbundet. Med dedikation till "Björn von Rosen med vänskapsblomster från förf." och en tecknad blomma. Med Björn von Rosens exlibris.. Bibliofilupplaga på bättre papper försedd med en tryckt teckning av författaren samt en dikt i manuskriptfaksimil, tryckt i 120 exemplar numrerade I-XX respektive 1-100. Detta är nummer XIV. Harry Martinson, hans hustru Ingrid och deras barn bodde från 1950-talet granne med familjen von Rosen i Gnestatrakten i Södermanland och Björn von Rosen och Harry Martinson gav tillsammans ut "Bestiarium" 1964

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        Fragments of a City. Chicago photographs.

      1st edition. Illustrated with black and white photographs. Copenhagen, Hans Reitzel, 1960. Square-8°. (40 pages). Slight browning to the cover

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        Typed Contract Signed. [THE WONDERFUL O]

      New York: Kermit Bloomgarten Productions, 1960 From TBCL's Children's Bookcase. Thurber, James. THE WONDERFUL O. Signed Contract. 8" 1/2 x 14", 14 page contract between Thurber and Kermit Bloomgarden Production, [Book not included] July 28, 1960, SIGNED. The contract gives exclusive rights to a "dramatico-musical adaptation" of Thurber's children's classic, THE WONDERFUL O. In near fine condition. James Grover Thurber [1894 - 1961]. American author, cartoonist & celebrated wit best known for his cartoons & short stories, published mainly in The New Yorker then collected in his numerous books. One of the most popular humorists of his time, Thurber celebrated the comic frustrations & eccentricities of ordinary people. An annual award, the Thurber Prize, begun in 1997, honors outstanding examples of American humor.. Signed by Author. Orig. Contract [Book Not Incl].

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        After a headline-making speech in Phoenix saying Russia’s plan to launch missiles in the Pacific Ocean as “razen military pressure to force their will,” Truman writes: “Had a hell of a time in Phoenix. 10,000 at the Airport and they bruised me up good – and as the colored gal said – I bruses easy.”

      Typed Letter Signed “Harry,” one page, 7” x 10.5”. Independence, Missouri, January 12, 1960. To John W. Snyder. Fine condition. Truman and John W. Snyder had been close friends since they served together in the U.S. Army Reserves after World War I. Snyder served as Truman’s Secretary of the Treasury from 1946-1953. In full, “You do not know how very much I appreciated your letter of January 7 and of course, when I get my ducks in a row you can rest assured I will do my level best to make that visit to Vanderbilt. I must have at least twenty invitations from schools at which I want to appear but I have had so much mail during the last thirty days that I have not been able to get to the bottom of it. “I hope you will be in Washington between January 20 and January 23. If so, you and I will see if we can work out a date for Vanderbilt University I have not answered Mr. Booth’s letter because I have been unable to make a firm commitment but I am sure we can work it out before we get through.” In a handwritten postscript, Truman adds: “Had a hell of a time in Phoenix. 10,000 at the Airport and they bruised me up good – and as the colored gal said – I bruses [sic] easy.” On January 8, 1960, Harry Truman spoke before an Arizona Democratic Party fund-raising dinner in Phoenix. Referring to the Russian plan to launch a series of missiles in the Pacific Ocean for the purpose of developing a more powerful space rocket, Truman accused Russia of using “high-handed and brazen military pressure to force their will on the world” by making a “missile invasion” of the Pacific. “Without prior discussion or negotiations with us or our allies,” Truman continued, “the Russians are roping off arbitrarily a large area of the Pacific and have warned that all ships and planes, under whatever flag, keep out of this area for a period of thirty days … The Soviet Union has expressed an interest in measures to reduce the common peril of war, but the Russians rarely make moves that have any relation to their words of peace…” Truman also spoke about whom the Democrats should nominate for President in 1960: “We need a vigorous, fighting, genuine liberal in the White House, and not a hot-house liberal, who talks the fame but doesn’t play it. The man the Democrats must finds for 1960 must be a man not only with a sense of history, but with a vision of the future. He must be a man with ability to lead. He must be a man with the capacity to make bold decisions.”

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      Random House NY: Random House, 1960. First edition, first prnt. Inscribed by Southern on the red front free endpage. "For Pamela with love and best wishes, Terry." Tight. clean copy with small rub on the front board and tiny wrinkles on the spine ends; dustjacket with minor rubbing and toning, small chips on the spine ends, and a small chip on the front panel bottom edge and upper corner. Near Fine condition in a Very Good dustjacket with an archival cover. Winner of the Vanderbilt Prize for Humerous Fiction in 1959 from "The Paris Review" where portions of the novel had appeared and basis for the film of the same name.. Inscribed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. The images are of the book described and not stock photos.

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      J.B. Lippincott Phila.: J.B. Lippincott, 1960 First edition, first prnt. Touch of shelfwear, brief owner inscription on the front free endpage; duatjacket with chipped spine ends and corners, small chip on front panel topedge, light rubbing and toning, mostly on the spine. Tight copy in Very Good+ condition in a Very Good dustjacket with an archival cover. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. The images are of the book described and not stock photos.

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        Typed Letter, signed ("Jim"), to Liz Riley of the Thomas Crowell Company, thanking her for the new Dictionary of Slang

      New York Algonquin Hotel 59 West 44th Street 1960 New York, Algonquin Hotel, 59 West 44th Street, 1960. 8-1/2 x 11. 1 p. A few minor smudges from the original typewriter, original folds, a few pinholes upper left, but very nice overall . A marvelous note from the Master, "I am glad indeed to have the new Dictionary of Slang and thanks for sending it along. Maybe it contains - it's up in Cornwall waiting for us - the origin of the only slang phrase I ever invented: I have to see a man about a dog"

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        The Journals and Miscellaneous Notebooks of Ralph Waldo Emerson,

      PHOTOGRAPHS SENT ON REQUEST. First Edition, complete in 16 volumes, plates, large octavo, hardbacks, original two colour buckram gilt, neat library stamp verso titles, with dust-wrappers, very good clean set of this scholarly standard edition, The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press,1960-1982. "Emerson the man and thinker will be fully revealed for the first time in this new edition of his journals and note-books..." - note on jacket of volume I.

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        I Generali.

      1960 circa. Tecnica mista su carta pesante, cm 50 x 69,5 (il foglio), prova "E. A". (a matita in basso a sinistra), firmata "bay" per esteso (a matita in basso a destra). Notevole prova, ben marcata e in ottimo stato.

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        THE BLACK BOOK. Signed

      New York: Dutton,, 1960 Critic Lous Untermeyer's copy of the 1st US Edition of Durrell's BLACK BOOK. With his notes at the top of the ffe & corresponding marks on p41. A review of The Black Book by Leo Lerman pasted to the front pastedown, with LU's holographic note: "Saturday Review Of Literature / October 29th 1960". An essentially very good or better copy in dustwrapper. In a protective stiff Mylar clear wrapper. A very nice literary association copy. [From a comprehensive TBCL Durrell collection of first editions in superb condition]. Signed. 1st Edition.

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        The Quarterly Review of the Churches' Fellowship for Psychical and Spiritual Studies: 78 issues from no. 26 December 1960 - No. 168 Summer 1996

      The Churches' Fellowship for Psychical and Spiritual Studies, 1960.. First Edition. Magazine. Very Good. 78 issues in very good and good condition. All stapled, coloured covers, and early copies age tanned and creased. Private library stamp on inside of rear cover. Some issues have ink notes on cover and/or contents. No. 26 (Dec 60); no. 30 (Dec 61); nos. 31, 32 & 33 (1962); nos. 34 - 65 (1963 - Sept 70) 9.25 x 7.25 inches and between 14 and 26 pages; nos 71 - 127 (March 1972 - Spring 1986) 8.25 x 6.25 inches to winter 77, 3 issues A5 28 pages and then changed to card covers 8 x 5.25 inches 40 pages; no.134 - 151 (Winter 1987 - Spring 1992) no 153 (Autumn 1992); nos 155 & 156 (Spring & Summer 1993); nos 165 & 166 (Autumn & Winter 1995); nos 167 & 168 (Spring & Summer 1996). Heavy set, 4.5kg unpacked

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        RITUAL IN THE DARK. Signed

      London: Victor Gollancz, 1960 The Victor Gollancz Copy Inscribed By John Braine. 8vo., 416pp. Original cloth, black lettering. Dustwrapper. First edition. Very top of spine slightly faded. Fore-edges slightly browned. Wrapper lightly browned, creased, chipped at head & heel & with short tears. A very good plus copy in a very good dustwrapper. Inscribed on the fixed front endpaper, both sides of the free endpaper & on the half title by the author John Braine to Victor Gollancz: 'Miss Hewitt - Dear V. G., After this, please don't send me any more books for at least a year; I'm not working for you. Ritual in the Dark has, despite all the advice I gave to Colin, at least 1000 ineptitudes; and, despite all these ineptitudes, is still supremely readable. It renews my youth , and makes me remember the London I once knew - the La Vie Boheme London, the (illegible word) alive London of both 1945 and 1951. It's a very bad novel; but I could read it. And if you don't think this high praise then you know nothing at all abou t me - which indeed you don't, - sentimental old bourgeois that you are - or about any kind of mature writing! John Braine.' An important presentation inscription, John Braine being one of the people Colin Wilson acknowledges along with Victor Gollancz himself on the dedication leaf.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        Typescript of "The Mirror in the Hall of Ebony"

      Undated. A one-page prose poem, typed, and signed "Clark Ashton Smith/Auburn, California." This version of the prose poem differs in a number of particulars from the published version, which was included in The Abominations of Yondo (Arkham House, 1960) and Poems in Prose (Arkham House, 1965). Previously folded in thirds but now in a custom binder, bearing the bookplate of horror writer Stanley Wiater, from whose library this came. Fine, with a letter laid in to Wiater from Roy Squires, the noted science fiction collector and dealer, from whom Wiater purchased it. Squires' lengthy letter comments extensively on the appallingly high prices "being asked -- and paid -- for the more desirable Arkham House books," in 1972, and then goes on to justify the high price Wiater had just paid for the Clark Ashton Smith manuscript, and says that he knows of only four prose poem manuscripts by Clark Ashton Smith in existence -- this one; one that he himself still had; and two that Smith's widow had at that time. A rare typescript by one of the most important American horror writers of the 20th century, with a long, illuminating letter from one of the great collectors and dealers in the field, and from the library of a horror writer who has been a three-time winner of the Bram Stoker Award, given by the Horror Writers of America. .

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        BONY AND THE KEELY GANG. Inscribed

      London: Heinemann, 1960 Upfield, Arthur. BONY AND THE KEELY GANG. Inscribed. London; Heinemann, 1960. First edition. 8vo., 208pp. Neatly Inscribed & signed by Upfield in blue ink on the title-page: "Hoping / you will like / this story / Arthur Upfield". A very good copy in black cloth stamped silver showing modest use; Intermittent foxing. Light bruising to spine ends in a bright very good or better price-clipped Fratini designed dustwrapper for the British market. The dustwrapper for the Australian market is by Christine Aldor. [The US edition titled " Valley of Smugglers" also published in 1960, precedes the UK/Australian edition. An Upfield classic Detective Inspector Napoleon Bonaparte mystery. In search of Eric Torby's murderer, the legendary criminal Ned Kelly, he hitchhikes disguised as a horse thief into Cork Valley, NSW. Inscribed Upfield titles are uncommon. . Signed by Author. First Edition.

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        The Future Is Ours, Comrade

      Doubleday Garden City: Doubleday. 1960. First. First edition. Introduction by Irving R. Levine. A trifle foxed thus near fine in near fine dustwrapper with a couple of very small tears. Signed by the author as both Jerzy Kosinski and Joseph Novak. The author's first book. .

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        Wahrheit und Methode. Grundzüge einer philosophischen Hermeneutik.

      Tübingen, J.C.B. Mohr, 1960. Orig. blue full cloth w. gilding to front board and gilt title on spine. Orig. dust-jacket w. water-staining to spine, a few minor tears, no loss. Not price-clipped. Apart form the waterstaining, a truly excellent copy in near mint condition. XVII, (1), 486, (2) pp.. The first edition of Gadamer's main work, "Truth and Method", the aim of which is to uncover the nature of human understanding. A main work of philosophical hermeneutics as well as 20th century continental philosophy in general.Hans-Georg Gadamer (1900 - 2002) is the decisive figure in the development of twentieth century hermeneutics. He is without doubt one of the most important thinkers of the twentieth century, and he has had an enormous impact on philosophy, theology and aesthetics, acquiring the greatest respect and reputation in Germany and the rest of Europe, which has been far from restricted to academic circles. "Truth and Method" is intended to be a description of what we consciously or unconsciously always do, when we interpret things. "My real concern was and is philosophic: not what we do or what we ought to do, but what happens to us over and above our wanting and doing" ("Truth and Method", 2nd ed. London, 1989 p. xxviii).The work has been published twice in English and is considered inevitable in the study of hermeneutics

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        Recherches : Sur La Musique Francaise Classique : 27 Books : I - XXVII Covering 1960-1992

      A et J Picard, Paris. Binding: Softcover. Book Condition: Very Good Condition. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. IN FRENCH. La Vie Musicale En France Sous Les Rois Bourbons. Volume I. 1960, 225 pages. II. 1961-1962, 237 pages. III. 1963, 230 pages. IV. 1964, 265 pages. V. 1965, 243 pages. VI. 1966, 265 pages. VII. 1967, 259 pages. VIII. 1968, 276 pages. IX. 1969, 266 pages. X. 1970, 253 pages. XI. 1971, 246 pages, SPECIAL consacre aux Musiciens En France au temps de Jean-Philippe Rameau. XII. 1972, 316 pages, SPECIAL consacre a L'Histoire De L'Orgue Francais aux XVI, XVII et XVIII s. XIII. 1973, 218 pages. XIV. 1974, 318 pages. XV. 1975, 306 pages. XVI. 1976, 228 pages. XVII. 1977, 222 pages. XVIII. 1978, 230 pages. XIX. 1979, 323 pages. XX. 1981, 294 pages [NB NO BOOK COVERING 1982 BUT NOTHING MISSING]. XXI. 1983, 188 pages. XXII. 1984, 240 pages. XXIII. 1985, 221 pages. XXIV. 1986, 275 pages. XXV. 1987, 250 pages. XXVI. 1988-1990, 246 pages. XXVII. 1991-1992, 259 pages. Books - in Very Good beige card covers with black and red lettering - most of the books are in Fine, much better than Very Good condition with just some wear to the earlier copies but even here, its just some minor marking to the covers, minor rubbing to the extreme edges, slight wear to the top of the spine to Volume I repaired so now nice and neat, minor marking to the occasional page and faint browning to the page edges. Some of the books have clearly never been read with some pages still unopened. An attractive collection of these fascinating illustrated annual reports from the volume I -1960 through to volume XXVII - 1991-1992 Size: 10 inches tall by 6.5 inches. Text is in French. Illustrated with black and white plates. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Music; French Language; Inventory No: 7022.

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        Fishbelly (The Long Dream)

      Julliard, Paris, 1960. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition. Signed by Author. An advance copy (with s.p. on the rear cover) of the limited edition (though not on Marais paper) with plain covers and an interview and portrait of Wright. Lacking a glassine wrapper, but likely to have never had one. Light wear and age toning, inscribed by Wright to Françoise Sagan and additionally signed by the translator Helen Bokanowski. Slight browning to covers, but an attractive copy and a terrific association of two giants of 20th century literature. With an announcement for the book, a bit worn, laid in. Wright lived in Paris from 1946 until his death in late 1960 - he became in French citizen in 1947. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Fiction; Signed by Author. Inventory No: 042255. .

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        Huge, original Tretick photograph of a humorous “press the flesh” moment for the Democratic Presidential Nominee, Senator John Kennedy, on a campaign visit to Niagara Falls, New York, when a child he is holding puts his finger up his nose. Photograph measures 19.75” X 14”

      Black & White Photograph of Senator John F. Kennedy, by UPI photographer Stanley Tretick, 19.75” X 14”, affixed to a heavy board, taken September 28, 1960, Niagara Falls, New York. Photograph is labeled on verso of the heavy board, “Stanley Tretick UPI [in pencil] / [Typed:] Kennedy Tours Western New York / Niagara Falls, N.Y.: Democratic Presidential nominee Sen. John Kennedy holds an unidentified child after arriving here, Sept. 28th, on his campaign swing through western New York State. / …Credit (UPI Photo) 9/28/60”. Light wear at corners, else fine condition. Tretick was assigned by UPI to follow Kennedy on the campaign trail in 1960. According to Tretick’s biography, he became friendly with John Kennedy and was allowed extensive access to him not only during the campaign, but at the White House during his Presidency. Tretick is best known for the photographs he took of the President relaxing with his family, which created the ‘Camelot mystique’. In October 1963, while Jackie was out of town, Tretick was allowed to follow the President and his son while they walked the halls of the White House and played together in the Oval Office. Perhaps Tretick’s most famous photograph was taken that day of John Jr. popping his head out from under the President’s desk in the Oval Office while Kennedy was seated behind it. When Kennedy was assassinated several weeks later, these pictures were already on their way to the newsstands and helped create a lasting impression of Kennedy through the art of photography.

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      Houghton Mifflin Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1960. First edition, first prnt. Signed and dated "2/27/06" by Berry on the title page. 8vo. Cloth spine ends lightly crimped and minimal shelfwear; dustjacket with minimal edgewear, mostly at spine ends, small chip at one corner and front panel botoem edge, two small tears, and few soil spots on rear panel. Near Fine condition in a Very Good+ dustjacket with a Durafold mylar cover. Berry's first book. Signed & Dated by Author. Hardcover. The images are of the book described and not stock photos.

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        The Love Poems of Kenneth Patchen

      City Lights Books San Francisco: City Lights Books. (1960). First. First edition. Red boards stamped in blue. Fine. One of 300 hardcover copies, issued without dustwrapper. A very uncommon issue. .

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        The Lord of the Rings, 1960 Set By Readers Union, with Dustjackets

      London: Readers Union, 1960. First Edition. Original Cloth. J.R.R. Tolkien. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. A beautiful looking set of this unusual presentation of Tolkien's trilogy. Not for sale to the general public, limited to members of the Readers Union only. Published by the Readers Union in 1960 with the permission of George Allen & Unwin Ltd, London. The books are in Near Fine condition, with no names, writing, and only the lightest offsetting to the endpapers. The gutters of the endpapers look to have been reinforced by the original owner, probably when they were purchased, as there is no evidence of the binding being loose or any seperation. Housed in the original dustjackets, all are Near Fine condition, with the Two Towers having a couple of tiny areas of loss to the top and bottom spine folds, and the bottom of the flap folds. None of the dustjackets are price clipped, showing almost no edgewear or tanning, except the noted areas of the Two Towers. These unusual dustjackets are in fabulous condition. The jackets show no tanning whatsoever to the spines or edges. All maps are tipped in at the rear, and in excellent condition. No tears or extra folds, only the slightest of browning mainly at the fold areas. This is the set that features a line drawing by an unnamed artist for Readers Union of 'Sauron's Eye'. The only set to have this particular and very unusual dustjacket. Scarce in this lovely condition. Includes a custom slipcase for display and protection of these beautiful books. Digital photo's available, inquire if interested. Other Tolkien books available, include both the UK and US editions, original cloth bindings, custom fine bindings, and Signed/Numbered/Limited Editions. Near Fine / Near Fine.

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