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        Reality in Advertising

      Ted Bates & Company Inc., New York 1960 - First edition for confidential private circulation, with controlled circulation, pre-dates the public edition. Label pasted to front pastedown is headed 'Hobson, Bates and Partners Limited' and states 'DISTRIBUTION "C" Copy 12'. Red cloth with gilt titles, cloth is faded to spine and edges of boards, gilt titles are rubbed to front board, smudge mark to front board, some light spotting, scuffing and scratching to rear board, closed edges lightly tanned with tiny stain, however, contents are very clean, and tight. Size: 8vo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Song Dynasty Ladies' Costume. Sòng Dài Fù N G ng Zhu ng

      San Francisco: [Circa 1960's]. Folio. Gouache On Silk, Very Good with minor staining, some warping, pencil scribbles on verso; artist's mailing label adhered on verso. 11 1/16" x 17 13/16" inches; 8.1 x 17.8 cm. Gouache By Betty Ng of Historical Chinese Women's Costumes. The artist was born in Hong Kong in 1930. She received an MA degree from the University of British Columbia, Canada in 1962. She lived in Berkeley, CA in the late 1960s , studying for her doctorate. She had shows at Berkeley and at Maxwell Gallery in San Francisco and was the subject of an article in the San Francisco Chronicle of Feb. 5, 1967 entitled "Miss Snowflake at the Easel." She did images of the Bay Area in her series "Bay Area through Oriental Eyes" using her own mineral colors with one brush. Listed in Dictionary of Canadian Artists. vol. 5, pp. 1373-1374. She died in 2013 in Oakland, CA.

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        Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus

      Routledge & Kegan Paul, London 1960 - 207 Pp + Publisher's Catalog At Rear, Dated 1959. 1960 Reprint, The Eighth Impression Of The Book First Published 1922, With A Few Corrections In 1933. This Example With The Translation Uniquely Corrected In Pencil Throughout By A Rhodes Scholar Circa 1963-4. The Translation Corrects Obvious, Clear Abscombe's Mistranslations And Omissions To Such A Degree That It Constitutes A New, Corrected Translation. The Translator, William Zaltonoga, A Champion Oxford Boxer While A Rhodes Scholar, Appears To Understand That Wittgenstein Is Discussing How One Thinks About Objects Of One's Own Private Thoughts. Wittgenstein May Be Seen To Make Highly Pointed Conversational Observations Which Tear The Structure Of Consensual Academic Philosophical Thought With Jab After Jab, Demolishing Conventions, Not By Creating A Complete Philosophy But By Identifying How One May Think More Exactly On Matters Of Philosophy And Science And Mathematics, More Exactly Than Historical Consensus Demands, And, By Implication, Showing How Basic Concepts In The Mind Of The Reader Are Woefully Undeveloped If Not Juvenile. The Text In This Translation Makes Such Pointed Observations That It Questions The Basic Intellectual Background And Abilities Of The Intended Audience- Future Educators, Civil Service Managers And Political Policy Makers Educated At Elite Institutions. It Is Understandable How Academics Had Not Previously Bothered With A More Correct Translation, As The Book Is Virtually Unteachable Beyond The Text Itself, Unless One's Teacher Is Smarter Than Wittgenstein, Who Wrote It For The Students. An Important Addition To The Wittgenstein Canon, Both For Identifying The Inexplicable Inadequacies Or Intentional Dumbing-Down By His Translators, And For The Exactness Of The New Translation Offered Printed Here But Entirely Redone By Pears And Mcguiness, Perhaps Not As Well Done As Here By Zaltonaga. [For Another Good Example Of A Post-World War I Mistranslation, Also Somewhat Political, But In This Instance Translation From The Russian, Compare Any English Translation Of Zamyatin's "We" To The 1991 First Translation Into English By A Native Russian Speaker, Raduga Publishers, Moscow, 1991, Where The One Is Almost Unrecognizable From The Other, As Literature. ] [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Butcher's Crossing (First Edition In Dj, Not Ex-Library)

      New York: The Macmillan Company, 1960. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine DJ. 1st Printing 239 Pp. Original Red Cloth Spine Over Grey Cloth Boards, With Spine Lettered In Silver. "First Printing" Stated. The First Hardcover Book By John Williams, Winner Of The National Book Award (As Co-Winner With John Barth) For "Augustus". Book Is Near Fine, Barely A Trace Of Rubbing At Corners, No Names Or Marks; Printed With Cheap Paper Which Is Evenly Age-Toned But Not Brittle. Dj Complete, Not Price Clipped, Clean, Very Slight Toning To Spine Panel, Two 1/4" Closed Tears At Top Of Rear Panel, 1/4" Closed Tear At Bottom Of Rear Flap Fold, Two Tiny Nicks At Two Upper Spine Corners.

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        Africa. Fly there by BOAC. British Overseas Airways Corporation.

      No date. Ca. 1960. Vintage color poster, 30 x 19 3/4 inches. Single pinhole to each corner, several light creases from rolling, light wear at edges; overall very good, clean condition. A striking image by Dick Negus and Philip Sharland of zebras and water buffalo (?) at a waterhole. The color of the zebra stripes and the waterhole fade into the deep aqua blue colored background.57/622 at lower left; "Printed in Great Britain" at lower right.

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        TROBAR. Numbers 1 through 5. (A complete run of the 5 issues of this literary periodical edited by Robert Kelly with Joan Kelly and George Economu).

      Brooklyn, NY, 1960 through 1964. [1960]. [1960]. - - Five issues comprised of four octavo sized volumes and one small quarto sized volume. Each issues is bound in stapled wrappers. The covers of each are slightly soiled and rubbed with minor creasing to the edges. 28 pages & [1] leaf; 28 pages; 32 pages; 44 pages; and 44 pages, respectively. The first issue, bound in black & white pictorial wraps and printed on white and tan paper is illustrated with a section of 4 plates illustrating "four drawings" by "amy mendelson". That issue is printed by "Orion Press & Publishing Co." with the firm's device illustrating the last leaf. The text block of this first issue is intact although detached from the covers and the left edges of the pages are stained by rust from the staples. Issues two through five are in very good condition with only minor creases internally. As issued and usually found, 4 lines of the Theodore Enslin poem in Trobar 5 have been blacked out with a marker. A complete run of 5 issues of this literary periodical edited by Robert Kelly with Joan Kelly and George Economu."Trobar" is the Provencal counterpart of the French "trouver" (to find). It is the root of "troubadour", the poet who expresses himself through song.This periodical which gave birth to the "deep image movement" includes contributions by Robert Duncan, David Antin, Robert Creeley, Robert Kelly, Louis Zukofsky, Gary Snyder, Anselm Hollo, Ed Dorn, Jackson Mac Low, Paul Blackburn, Diane Wakoski, Clayton Eshelman, LeRoi Jones, Philip Lamantia, among others.Robert Kelly's "Notes on the Poetry of Deep Image" is first published on page 14 of the second issue of this periodical. The theme is taken up again by Jerome Rothenberg in the third issue with an essay entitled "Why Deep Image?" [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Analytical Biochemistry Volume 1 / 1960 bis (to) Volume 311 / 2002 (265 BOOKS / BÜCHER)

      Academic Press, London 1960 - ca. 180000 Seiten. Hardcover (nachgebunden). Sprache: Englisch, Zustand: Gut bis Sehr Gut min. gebräunt (Innen); Bibliotheksex. mit Klebestreifenrest; Besitzerstempel (Innen); Besitzerstempel auf Schnitt; Einband Außen hat geringe Gebrauchsspuren; Starting with brown small books, finishing with large blue books; Bei angemessenen Preis ist auch der Verkauf von Einzelbänden denkbar; 300000 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gebrauchtbücherlogistik H.J. Lauterbach]
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        Drawings for the Bible

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company 1960 - Illustrated by Marc Chagall. Text by Gaston Bachelard. Translated by Stuart Gilbert. First American edition, published the same year in Paris by Verve. Publisher's pictorial cloth boards illustrated by Chagall. A very good or better copy, with some light wear and chipping to the spine, but with the spine intact and extremely sturdy (uncommon for this edition), some wear to the extremities, bright boards, library stamp and bookplate to the front free endpaper, some very faint spotting and minor residue to the pastedowns, otherwise extremely bright and fresh interior. Overall, an attractive and presentable copy. Marc Chagall (1887-1985) was a prolific artist, born in Belarus and active in France, who is best known for his use of color and images drawn from folklore. His Jewish heritage and spiritual interests manifested themselves throughout his artistic career. After successfully collaborating with Parisian art dealer Ambroise Vollard, Chagall created a series of 105 etchings inspired by the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament), begun 1930-1939 and completed 1952-1956. The etchings were published together in 1956 (the English title was Illustrations for the Bible) and he received much critical success. A complementary publication, Drawings for the Bible contains 96 heliogravure (photogravure) reproductions of Chagall's drawings from 1958-1959 "on biblical themes which in general he had not dealt [with] for his illustrations for the Bible reproduced in Verve 33/34." Additionally, this edition has 24 color lithographs that Chagall designed specifically for this volume, including a color pictorial cover. Although the images are sometimes difficult to identify without referring to the image captions at the rear of the text, this volume is both a unique presentation of the Hebrew Bible and a collection of striking and beautiful artwork by a modern master. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Paul Whiteman 50th Anniversary Album G.A. 33-901 (LPs) (SIGNED)

      Harrison, NJ: Grand Award, 1960. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Boxed set of vinyl record albums, SIGNED and INSCRIBED in black ink on the cover by PAUL WHITEMAN near his potato head caricature "To the gang at Music Systems, Pops, Paul Whiteman" Bandleader Paul Whiteman was known as The King of Jazz and is credited with discovering dozens of future top jazz and pop artists including Bing Crosby, Jack Teagarden, Hoagy Carmichael, Ferde Grofe, and many many others. In Very Good Condition. Rare one of a kind item..

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        A Camping Party in California 1887

      N.p. Privately Printed for family members, 1960. First Edition Thus. 4to. v, 9 leaves, printed rectos only; 10 leaves with 16 black & white photographic prints of the originals taken by James de Fremery documenting the camping trip; under each photograph is the original caption translated from Dutch to English. With a five page foreword by Elizabeth Wheeler Head (Charles Wheeler's daughter) dated 1960 providing background information on the two couples and changes to the Bay Area from the time of the camping trip. Bound in tan leather with brown stamping and lettering. Some rubbing to covers; previous owner name; else a near fine copy of a transcript of a 19th century camping trip taken in the Bay Area; no other copies located, rare thus. A charming transcript of "A Camping Trip to California" undertaken by four friends -- Charles Wheeler and his soon to be bride Lily Marsh, and James de Fremery (driver and photographer of the expedition) and his wife Wilhelmina Suermondt de Fremery over two weeks in the summer of 1887. Beginning in Redwood City, the travellers made their way with wagon and mules southwards to Searsville (now Woodside) on the Old La Honda Road, San Gregorio, Pescadero and reaching as far south as Santa Cruz. The author provides almost daily desciptions of their adventures, camping sites, fishing, hiking and much more. This is a bound typescript of the account originally written by Wilhelmina de Fremery to share her adventure with her family in Holland. It was originally written in Dutch and later translated into English by her brother, Henri M. Suermondr "...to enable the American-born children to read it with understanding, but no pictures were included in that version." His text was used in this verbatim copy with the addition of reproductions of the original photographs.

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        Felix Frankfurter Reminisces, Recorded in Talks with Dr. Harlan B. Phillips

      Presentation copy of the only commercially published oral history conducted with a Supreme Court justice: "For / Berdie Hellinger / with happy memories and / the best wishes, affectionately / Felix Frankfurter / July 29 1960". Original cloth, a very good copy in the dustjacket. Reynal and Company, New York, 1960.

      [Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.]
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        TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

      1960 First UK Edition by Heinemann Dustwrapper unpriced clipped ,repaired professionally at top and bottom of spine, which is faded Page edges spotted Binding tight

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        A page from Muhammad Ali's lecture on the Nation of Islam signed in the text with a vintage " Muhammad "

      n.p.: , [1960s]. n.p., [1960s]. 8" x 5". "Autograph Manuscript Signed ""Muhammad"" in text, 1 page, 8"" x 5"", [n.p., n.d., but c. 1964-early 1970s, being a page from a lecture he delivered on behalf of the Nation of Islam. The page bears two minor contemporary ink smudges, else fine condition.The page reads in full: ""with them, But the South is the blame for mistreating us the So Called Negroes, The Hon Elijah Muhammad is between life and death. And he have to say these things.""Ali attended his first Nation of Islam meeting in 1961 and soon became an intimate of Malcom X. In 1964 he formally joined the Nation, and its leader Elijah Muhammad anointed him Muhammad (one who is worthy of praise) Ali (fourth rightly guided caliph). Only a few weeks after he joined the Nation, Malcolm X broke to convert to mainstream Sunni, but Ali remained with the Nation (a move he cited as a major regret later in life). Citing his religious beliefs, he resisted the draft landing him in court.The subsequent legal cases and appeals kept him out of boxing for some time, and he toured the country lecturing on Islam. In 1975 Ali left the Nation himself, turning, like Malcolm X, to Sunni Islam (he became an adherent of Sufism in 2005)."

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        Success through a Positive Mental Attitude

      PRENTICE HALL, ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N. J. 1960 - spotting on foredges DATE PUBLISHED: 1960 EDITION: 248 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Challenges We Face

      McGraw-Hill, 1960 First edition, also stated First Edition on the copyright page. Signed on The Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace bookplate which is attached to the 2nd free end paper. Book near fine, corners and spine ends rubbed, book nice and tight. Dust jacket very good, some wear and sun-fading on spine, tape on inside of dj at bottom of rear panel next to spine. Flap price $3.95.. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good.

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        Facsimile Wisden Set - Billings (1st Reprint) - 1864 to 1878

      Hi, This lot is a Billings box set, the first ever box set of facsimiles that were prodused in 1960. They resemble the original paperbacks (as did L and B but unlike the 3rd Wisden set in 1991 that are like rebinds), It comes in their original box. The box is worn but the books are nice, some wear but a decent set of facsimiles. 100 sets were produced with 50 individuals so 150 of each book were made.

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        Framed Signed Photograph

      , 1960. 1960. unbound. 9.25 x 7.75-inch black-and-white photo of the American actress wearing a gown and pearl necklace -- no place, no date, circa 1960. Signed in the lower left corner: "To John - Ingrid Bergman." Quadruple-matted in white, dark gray, silver, and light gray; set in a silver frame measuring 18 x 15.75 inches. Very good(+) condition.

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        "Now, Here's My Plan:" A Book of Futilities

      Simon and Schuster, 1960. Quarto (Pages darkened as usual, otherwise a near fine copy.) Original printed wrappers (only minor wear at edges, corners clean, spine straight and tight). FIRST EDITION, AN OUTSTANDING ASSOCIATION COPY, WITH A LENGTHY INSCRIPTION BY SILVERSTEIN in blue ink to Harper & Row Sales Executive Frank Scioscia on the inner front wrapper: "Dear Frank -- Thank you for telling me that S+S [Simon & Schuster] was about to reprint this book so that I could offer my assistance to Johnathan who could ask me to do more drawings so that the book could become so large that S+S would refuse to do it so that I could bring it to Harpers so that Wynn would want it so that I could spend this last year working on it so that it could become a masterpiece so that its disgustingly obscene content could cost us all our lives and livelihood. Love and thanks for all the help -- for so many book[s] for so long -- Shel."

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        Fiftieth Anniversary Report of the Harvard Class of 1910

      Cambridge, MA: The Cosmos Press, 1960. 8vo. 561pp. Original red cloth. With the stamps of the Harvard Club of New York, including their discarded stamp. A scarce T.S. Eliot item, his lengthy autobiographical entry occupying pages 133-136. Members of the class were asked to send in their current contact information, along with autobiographies summarizing the half century that had passed since their graduation. Eliot gives his address at Faber & Faber, his occupation as "Author and Publisher", lists his honorary degrees and awards and opens his text: "What the Secretary appears to be bent upon extracting from his wretched classmates is a full-length autobiography. If he really wants everything he says he wants he should have provided a good deal more paper, but I am glad he didn't. I don't see why I should again review my life 'since graduation': I did my best to oblige him in this respect 25 years ago, and that statement can stand, with two important qualifications-- I now prefer claret to burgundy, and I prefer Inspector Maigret to Arsène Lupin. So I shall begin with 1933: that is a good date for me, as that is the year in which I broke into Show Business..." Despite his playful/combative opening tone, Eliot goes on at length to list his many publications and accomplishments, and ends by saying that without his marriage to Valerie Fletcher "no achievement or honour could give me satisfaction at all." Another lengthy entry is provided by his classmate Walter Lippmann. Accompanied by the printed pamphlet of the speeches given by Lippmann and Clarence Little and a copy of the chairman's report. Gallup C642. Spine a bit faded and with a few soilmarks, a few bumps to board edges.

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        Ruslan and Ludmila

      - Moscow: GIHL, 1960. Illustrated by Tatjana Mawrina. First edition thus, in Russian (pp. 150 ). A presentation copy for Rockwell and Sally Kent, signed and with a complimentary note from Lavrenty Yaroshenko, ‘Dear friends Mr. Rockwell Kent and Mrs. Sally Kent from actor [and] soloist Kirov Opera, [signed] Lavrentiy Yaroshenko (Farlaf and Ruslan). Leningrad, Yuny 13, 1962.’ From the library and with the bookplate of American artist Rockwell Kent, a theatre ticket to the performance enclosed. Folio (30 cm ) in faux vellum, story-telling cat from Kazan on front cover; lavishly decorated and illustrated with seven coloured plates and decorations on every page in a colourful informal style reminiscent of traditional illustrated Russian lubki, a kind of chapbook which portrayed traditional stories like the tale of Ruslan and Ludmila for appreciative if largely unlettered readers. Yaroshenko (1909- 1975) was, as he says, a celebrated principal singer (bass) with the Kirov, now once again called the Mariinsky Theatre. Tatjana Mawrina (1902- 2014) was a winner of the Hans Christian Andersen Award for illustrators of children’s books and the co-author of a book on early Russian icons. Rockwell Kent (1881- 1971), of course, along with many an artist and intellectual who flourished early in the twentieth century, was sympathetic to various reformist political movements and, in the aftermath of the second world war, supported efforts to bring a lasting peace. In the 1950’s Kent publicly supported rapproachement between the U.S. and the Soviet Union and for his efforts was awarded the Lenin Peace Prize in 1960, a fact which may partly explain the warmth of Yaroshenko’s note. A few spots to the covers, mild waving to heavy paper stock. A clean, bright, sound copy. From Kent’s library. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE YEAR'S PHOTOGRAPHY

      London: Royal Photographic Society, 1960. First editions. 8vos. and small 4tos., fully illustrated with b&w and occasional color photographs. 27 issues as follows: 1926, 1927, 1930 - 1931, 1934 -1954, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1960. Beginning in 1930, the issues incorporated part of the following year; i.e.: 1930 - 31, 1931 - 32, and switched back to a single full year in 1955. The wrappers on the 1927 issue are chipped and repaired: 1948 - 49 issue damp wrinkled on lower margin. Moderate soiling to the wrappers, with the spine ends on a few showing short tears. Issues are good to very good. Brief articles on technical and aesthetic subjects, including color photography, with a summary of the Pictorial Section of the yearly exhibition, with b&w plates after photographs. Among the photographers included with reproductions are: Frantisek Drtikol, Adolf Fassbender, Yousef Karsh, Alexander Keighley, Leonard Misonne, S. Nakagawa, J. Ortiz Echague, Dr. D. J. Ruzicka, Josef Sudek, Dr. Max Thorek, et al.  Duplicate individual issues are available. Please inquire.

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        Excavation at Jericho.

      Jerusalem: British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem, 1960–83 - 6 volumes, quarto. Original red buckram, title gilt to spines. Spine of volume II a little sunned, otherwise very good. . Profusely illustrated with plates, maps and plans, some folding, and illustrations to the text, volume III with a separate plate volume. Complete set in First editions of the excavation report on the oldest continuously occupied city in the world. Kenyon's painstaking work with the ceramic assemblages at the site led to a revolution in stratigraphical techniques. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Violent Bear It Away

      New York: Farrar, Straus & Cudahy, 1960. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. 243 pp. Original red marble-patterned boards, grey cloth backstrip lettered in white. First edition with no statement of printing. Signed by Flannery O'Connor on preliminary page listing her other titles. Near Fine with faint bowing to boards, faint edge wear, sunning to spine cloth, and a very faint stain to the page with O'Connor's signature and adjacent page. Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket with sunned spine panel, small chip at front bottom tip and publisher's price of $3.75 intact. A nice copy of the acclaimed Southern writer's third book, signed in blue ink.

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        LA CITTA' DI NAPOLI DALLE ORIGINI AL 1860 - IL RISANAMENTO E L'AMPLIAMENTO DELLA CITTA' - L'EDILIZIA A NAPOLI DAL 1918 AL 1958.

      Società pel Risanamento nel 70° dellafondazione, 1960. (Codice AC/2540) Tre volumi in 4° (29x23 cm) XVI-567, XIV-693, XII-387 pp. Imponente opera documentaria illustrata con più di 900 illustrazioni nel testo (foto, piante, documenti in fac-simile, progetti ecc.) e 104 tavole fuori testo: 13 vedute a colori e 91 piante, progetti, prospetti in gran parte a colori, molti di grandissimo formato e ripiegati fino a 10 volte. Lussuosa edizione, legature originali in mezza pergamena con minimi segni del tempo, stemmi oro ai piatti, doppi tasselli e titoli oro ai dorsi. Eccellente esemplare. Euro 450.00 ~~~ SPEDIZIONE IN ITALIA SEMPRE TRACCIATA

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        Jahrbuch der Psychoanalyse. Beiträge zur Theorie und Praxis. Bd. III - 68 (fehlend: VIII, IX, 11, 12, 38), insgesamt 62 Bde..

      4, je ca. 300 S., 1 Bd. Privat-HLdr., 10 Bde. OLwd. m. OU., restl. Orig-Broschur., Die ersten Jge. min gebrauchspurig, sonst gute Exemplare. Beiliegend 5 Sonderdrucke. - Das Jahrbuch der Psychoanalyse wurde 1960 als wissenschaftliches Publikations- und Diskussionsorgan der Deutschen Psychoanalytischen Vereinigung gegründet. Diese erschien zuerst beim Westdeutscher Verlag in Köln, später bei Huber in Bern, danach im jetzigen Verlag. Ziel war zunächst, die psychoanalytische Forschung und Behandlung, die durch den nationalsozialistischen Zivilisationsbruch schwere Einbußen erlitten hatte, so weit möglich, aus dem Exil zurückzuholen, wiederzubeleben und die Möglichkeit ihrer Entwicklung zu verbessern. Die Arbeit auf eigenem Boden im ständigen Gedankenaustausch mit der Arbeit der analytischen Autoren der ganzen Welt - diese Aufgabe hat Anna Freuddem Jahrbuch der Psychoanalyse 1960 mit auf den Weg gegeben. Sie ist bis heute gültig als Grundsatz des Dialogs in der Vielfalt psychoanalytischer Denkrichtungen.

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        Werke * G A N Z L E D E R - V o r z u g s a u s g a b e in 10 Bänden (vollständig)

      Stuttgart, Ernst Klett Verlag, 1960 - 1965. - Vollständige Ausgabe im original Verlags-Handeinband: 10 Bände, gebunden in dunkelblaues, feingenarbtes Saffian (Ganzleder / Leder / GLdr / OLdr / Ldr) im Format 13,2 x 20,2 cm mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und Deckelvignette in Blindprägung sowie Kopffarbschnitt sowie Druckvermerk: "Von dieser zehnbändigen Ausgabe wurde eine Sonderauflage von 250 numerierten Exemplaren in Saffianleder gebunden und vom Autor signiert. Dieses Exemplar trägt die Nummer 78". - Exemplar Nr. 78/250 der Vorzugsausgabe, mit eigenhändiger Unterschrift des Verfassers im Band 1. - Warum handgebunden? - Die wesentlichsten Vorzüge des guten Handbandes sind: Die einzelnen Druckbögen werden mit der Hand nach dem Schriftspiegel gefalzt. Die Bogenränder werden dadurch zwar ungleich, aber das Satzbild steht gerade. Um infolge der ungleichen Ränder ein späteres zu starkes Beschneiden mit der Maschine zu vermeiden, werden die Bogen einzeln, vorne und unten, mit der Pappschere auf ein Mittelmaß rauh beschnitten. Dadurch wird der Druckrand weitestgehend geschont. Als erste und letzte Lage wird dem Buche zum Schutze eine leere Papierlage hinzugefügt, welche mit einem feinen Leinen- oder echten Japanpapierfalz versehen ist. Als Einbandmaterial kommen sumachgares, lichtechtes Saffian, Kalbleder, vereinzelt auch Rindsleder, ferner naturelles und weißes Schweinsleder sowie Kalbspergament zur Verwendung. Ein mit der Hand hergestelltes, dazupassendes Überzugpapier sowie Handvergoldung oder Blinddruck am Rücken ergänzen das Werk nach außen. Ein solcher Einband entspricht allen Anforderungen, die an einen Gebrauchsband gestellt werden können." Aus einem alten Prospekt von Richard Hönn, ehemals Handbinderei des Verlages Albert Langen, Werkstatt für feine Buchbinder- und Lederarbeiten in München, Dienerstrasse 14.- Ganzleder-Vorzugsausgabe in sehr guter Erhaltung (ganz leichte Gebrauchsspuren, sonst tadellos). - Vorzugsausgabe, Lederhandband, Ganzlederband, Ganzlederausgabe, deutsche Kunstbuchbinderei im 20. Jahrhundert, Kriegserlebnisse erster Weltkrieg, In Stahlgewittern, deutsche Literatur im 20. Jahrhundert Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel./Telus) Telephone Talk: Bound Issues January/February 1959 Through January/February 1960

      British Columbia: British Columbia Telephone Company Ltd.. Hardcover. Half-leather binding. Telephone Talk was the glossy bimonthly publication of the British Columbia Telephone Company. It was written by employees for employees to present information of interest to those engaged in the plant, traffic, commercial, operating, accounting and other departments of the service. Each issue is replete with black and white photos and information on topics such as: company, industry and technological news, traffic levels, expansion plans, personnel announcements, publicity and social events, deaths, weddings, lists of exchanges, and more. As such, these issues serve as a vital preserve of rare and fascinating British Columbia history. This volume covers topics including: Rate increase approval; explansion plans for 1959, including new purchasing, warehousing and repair centre to be built at Manitoba Street and Southeast Marine Drive in Vancouver; Operator Distance Dialing Nears Reality; B.C.'s Biggest Television Events in 1958 as covered by mobile television links, including the Ripple Rock blast, the visit of H.R.H. Princess Margaret, and the Grey Cup; Changes to Sales Organization; Automating Accounting; Expanding the Personnel Department; Conversion of manual systems to dial operation; Conversion of Glenburn to Cypress; New Long Distance Route to Kamloops; Dial phones come to Sidney, Keating and James Island; Pension Plan Personalized; Adoption of Irregular Base Rate Areas; Closing of two historic switchboards in Victoria and Vancouver; Teletype Sale Made to East Asiatic; R.W.J. Angus becomes new General Commercial Manager; The Birth of N.P.A. 604 (the 604 area code); High cost of workplace accidents; Long Distance Anniversary greetings to a New Westminster Rotary Club from around the Western Hemisphere; Removal of high-wire span that linked Agassiz and Chilliwack since 1910 (6 pnotos); Conversion jobs sparked romances; Maintenance men to match our mountains; The visit of the queen (14 photos); "Follow Me" - a child's-eye view of the telephone company through the medium of C.B.C. television; Vancouver General Hospital (3 photos); Electronic 'Detectives' Guard Microwave; The FW-1 intertoll switching installation in the William Farrell Building - the brain and heart of toll; Logging by Radio - New Switchboard serves radiotelephone subscribers; Laying cable in the Pitt River (2 photos); Opening of new headquarters in 700 block of Seymour Street in Vancouver (3 photos); A new approach to serving the public in the new addition; Activation of a new radiotelephone long distance system through the Cariboo - illustrated; Traffic Signs for Toll; New Woodland Central Office serves Whalley (photos); Phone fashion; Network Television reaches the Interior; 500,000th telephone installed; Night move of revenue accounting to 555 Seymour (photos); Terrace phones now automatic (photos); Traffic, Staff Metering - Instantly; Service at New Denver is Personalized; The Heave-Ho Boys - name your antenna and they'll put it up! (with great photos); new building for Gibsons, Sechelt; Kamloops Editorial salutes operators; Transmission Levesl - an FW-1 Problem; Plans for 1960, including completion of Burnaby centre; Graph of telephone growth in B.C. since 1880; History of the Alma Central Office; The Happy Islanders on Calvert, Trutch and Swindle Islands; Machines take over in the Accounting Field; Rough weather at Newcastle Ridge; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. Binding tight and square. Marbled endpapers. Name of E.P. LaBelle stamped on bottom edge of text. A photo and announcement re: Mr. Labelle is found in the July/August 1959 issue. . Very Good. 1960. First Edition.

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        Alice in Wonderland [Pop-up Book]

      Published by Bancroft and Co no date givenc1960, London - , 18 pages, with a full colour double page pop-up section at front and rear (2 in total), lifting panel, also with numerous full colour illustrations throughtout, front cover has cut out with plastic window giving 3D illusion of looking in, all parts working First Edition , spine slightly loose with some wear and tanning, very slight marking to bords, bowed boards with bumped and corners, illustrations nice and bright with colour vibrant, interior in very good condition, exterior good condition , quarter bound with full colour pictorial boards and cloth spine, pop-up full colour endpapers, , 33 x 24 cms Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        HAITIAN ARTIST THONY - ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR PAINTING Lovely Haiti Village Scene

      ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR by the HAITIAN ARTIST THONY - A Listed HAITIAN Artist. Watercolor, 12 3/4" x 10 1/8". The front, painted image, is bright, clean and beautiful, with a 1/2" closed tear on the left edge, a very small chip on the left edge, and a small crease / wear to the bottom right corner. On the blank backside there are lots of old tape remnants, as well as some smudges and spots. A LOVELY WATERCOLOR of strikingly beautiful village scene. Undated, probably circa 1960. SIGNED by THONY at the bottom portion of the watercolor. The BLACKS are VERY DEEP, the sky is dark and beautiful, truly a great example of the ART of THONY. This early watercolor painting by THONY captures a vibrant image of life in Haiti. Truly a wonderfully painted folk image, look closely. Larger and more complex and vibrant than most THONY watercolors. Very Good .

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        A complete set of Kalender magazine. Nos. 1 - 8/9.

      Verlag Kalender (Hansjoachim Dietrich & Bernd Ebeling). - As well as going on to publish several landmark books and texts under their imprint Verlag Kalender, Dietrich and Ebeling began their collaboration by publishing their own magazine, which in turn provided them with an outlet for their own artistic endeavours. [No complete institutional holdings found worldwide. WorldCat lists only the first issue at Hofstra University Library, NY]. Issues numbered irregularly: Nr. 1 (1960) (27 x 21.7 cm). Screenprinted wrappers, with hand-painted additions, signed in pencil by Bernd Ebeling on the rear cover. Rubber-stamped by both artists on inner front flap, Kalender stamp on rear flap. Contents, loose as issued, consist of a woodcut illustration printed on brown paper, and an original black-and-white photograph, both signed in pencil by Dietrich. Nr. 2 & 3 (27.5 x 21.1 cm). Large woodcut by Dietrich, printed on cream paper, and folded to produce the wrappers. The print is signed in pencil by Dietrich, with the artists two red stamps. The contents, loose as issued, consist of three sections of card designed by Ebeling, each with similar cut-out sections. Two of the cards have green stenciled hand-painted additions. Each of the three sheets are signed in pencil by Ebeling. Nr. 4 / 5 / 6 (31.5 x 20.5 cm). Original cream wrappers, with woodcut design by Ebeling, signed in pencil along lower edge of front cover. The number of the issue in rubber-stamped on the rear cover alongside the Kalender stamp. Contents consist of a double-page woodcut printed on grey paper, signed in pencil by Dietrich. Nr. 7 (27 x 21 cm). Original cardboard front cover, deliberately torn and ripped, with collage elements and hand-painted with black paint. Signed in pencil by Dietrich. The issue is stencil-numbered Ô7Õ on the front cover in white paint, alongside the Kalender ink stamp. Verso with the two artist stamps. Rear cover of plain black card. Inside is an original work by Ebeling consisting of a single sheet of orange card, with cut-out sections, coloured pencil drawing, and painted stencil additions. Accompanied by a smaller piece of cream card, rubber-stamped and with a signed pen and ink drawing by Ebeling. Nr. 8 & 9 (64 x 43 cm) unfolded. A large poster printed on thin cream paper, folded four times as issued, and presented within the original orange paper wrap-around obi (the two artists stamps on the obi). The poster, printed single side only, is illustrated with numerous woodcuts by both Dietrich and Ebeling, and the artists have each signed the sheet twice in pencil. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Gitans Aux Stes. Maries

      Lucien Clergue, 1960s. Royal octavo. Limited edition of 150 copies. Not dated. Black paper wrappers with "Gitans" handwritten in pink crayon on the front wrapper. Red endpapers. The internal portion of the book is composed of 6 folded leaves with eleven silver gelatin mounted photographs of various sizes, with one larger photo (9" x 7") folded and another photograph mounted to the recto of the ffep as the frontispiece. Both the title page and the colophon have been hand written by the photographer with dark pink crayon, as well as blue ink on the colophon. The colophon has been signed, numbered and inscribed as such: "Cette plaquette de onze photographies de Lucien Clergue consacrée aux Gitans des Saintes Maries de la Mer et à Sarah leur patronne a été tirée à 150 exemplaires par l'auteur/ Ex. No. 123". Previous owner's name and address to the ffep. Wrappers have been professionally restored, with some minor wear along the edges still apparent. Some silvering along the edges of the photograph used as the frontispiece. Overall, a well preserved copy of this scarce portfolio in very good condition with all photographs present. A remarkable collection of photographs taken by the French photographer Lucien Clergue in the 50s and early 60s during the annual gypsy pilgrimage in May at Saintes Maries de la Mer which sees gypsies from all over Europe coming together in the South of France. Clergue, who is better known for his nude photography, incorporated himself into the camps of the gypsies and took candid, almost anthropological, shots of families and children. This edition has been limited to 150 copies and has been signed, numbered and inscribed by Clergue. 1960

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        [Photo Album]: 1960s French Photographers Cocktail Party

      Paris. [circa 1960]. Oblong small quarto. Measuring 7" x 10". Screw bound photographically illustrated boards. Contains 50 black and white gelatin silver photographs measuring 5" x 7", without captions. Very good album with slight waviness and some spotting with very near fine photographs.A customized photo album from a a circa 1960 cocktail party with enlarged prints used to decorate the boards. The photographs show fashionably dressed men and women in Paris in the 1960s. The group was clearly interested in photography and are seen passing around cameras and comparing camera models with each other. Many of the photos emphasis the process of planning a shot and taking the pictures themselves. Also seen throughout the album are two small birds that are used in numerous photographs by themselves as well as being held by beautiful women, perched on their gloved hands. All the photos are wonderfully composed and show a great deal of attention to detail and an enthusiasm for the art of photography. Some photos show the crowd of people mingling and occasionally caught looking at the camera over their shoulders. Later in the album two of the women are seen, each holding an identical box from the Carven clothing company in one hand, while holding up a piece of wrappered candy in the other while smiling for the camera.A wonderfully artistic collection of photographs compiled by a talented photographer during a gathering in France housed in a unique custom album. .

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        Château en Suède

      1960. René Julliard, Paris 1960, 14,5x22,5cm, broché. - René Julliard, Paris 1960, 14,5x22,5cm, broché. - Prima edizione, una delle 150 copie numerate Hors commerce sul filo puro Marais, solo carta di grandi dimensioni dopo 50 Olanda. autografo firmato di Louis Charles Royer Jacqueline Zay sotto la giustificazione del sorteggio ". ... Sperando che questo audace ingannare la Naiade" Copertina di Jean-Denis Maillant. Bella copia. [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 150 exemplaires hors commerce numérotés sur pur fil du Marais, seuls grands papiers après 50 Hollande. Précieux envoi autographe signé de Françoise Sagan à Jacques Chardonne : "... avec toute mon amitié - lointaine - et qui se désole de l'être..." et pour qui elle précise son adresse normande. Une petite déchirure en pied du dos, piqûres sur les plats.  

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        Set This House On Fire

      Random House, New York 1960 - First USA Edition/First Printing. Fine Book in a Near Fine Dust Jacket, clipped, but still showing the price of $5.95 on the inside front flap. A small tear on the upper front flap and slight fading to the Jacket spine and edges. The scarce first issue Dust Jacket in light green with red lettering. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        The sot-weed factor

      New York: Doubleday & Company, 1960. First edition, large, thick 8vo, pp. 806; original half cloth in blue pictorial dust jacket designed by Edward Gorey; jacket edges rubbed and worn, rear cover toned and a touch foxed, spine darkened; a fine copy in good plus dust jacket. Signed by the author on half title.

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        Hans Joachim DIETRICH LIVRE D'ARTISTE 1960 Collages, huiles, gouaches, lithograp

      - Hans Joachim DIETRICH LIVRE D'ARTISTE 1960 Collages, huiles, gouaches, lithograp

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        IL LIBRO D'ORE DI FERRANTE D'ARAGONA. [The Book of Hours of Aragon Ferrante]

      Turinn, 1960. Front vellunm flyleaf with a damp wrinkle (?) else quite fine. A beautiful color facsimile of the illuminated manuscript printed on Milani Fabriano parchment paper. Faithfully reproduces the original manuscript including the velvet flexible covers. 225 leaves plus publisher's colophon. Bound in full vellum over beveled boards, a.e.g., the spine with color facsimile highlighted in gilt, the covers reproducing full pages of the original in colors and gilt, both with brass frames. Housed in a full vellum felt-lined box with a brass clasp formed of flowers and dolphins. An excellent high quality facsimile.

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        TWICE LOST

      New York: W. W. Norton & Company, Inc., [1960].. Octavo, boards. First U.S. edition. "London, a mysterious country house, two disappearances by the same girl ... it's a delicate and dazzling job" - Boston Globe. "A brilliant gothic tale, complex and believable" - Indianapolis Star. "Murder, kidnapping, loneliness, fright, anxiety and guilt ... The years pass. Characters come and go. Thomas dies. Christine moves to London. Keith is forced to go on living in Carlotta House. But always the shadow of Vivian Lambert hangs over the scene. It is Inevitable that she should reappear -- and she does ... A chilling novel" - New York Herald Tribune. "Disturbing, compelling, brilliantly right" - New York Times. A fine copy in very good dust jacket with some shelf wear at edges. (#149428)

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        Hechle Family collection of letters, greetings cards, postcards and other material from John Betjeman. Includes an early version of the poem 'Cornish Cliffs' and, remarkably, two signed watercolours by JB.

      Ten autograph letters signed, 6 postcards signed, 11 greetings cards signed. Autograph manuscript signed of the poem 'Treligga Cliffs, Delabole'. Two signed watercolours.A charming and unusual archive. Most of the items are addressed to Rea and Joan Hechle or their son Philip ( Pip ) and his wife Ros. The watercolours were presented to Joan's mother, Nell Oakley. The Oakley family were central to the social life at Trebetherick during the summer holidays of Betjeman's youth. The friendships formed then continued throughout his life and his affection for the families involved and for Trebetherick and North Cornwall in general is well documented. Three items stand out amongst this collection. The first of which is the manuscript poem 'Treligga Cliffs, Delabole' dated May 1965. This poem eventually became 'Cornish Cliffs', a radically re-worked version, and was published in the collection 'High and Low' in 1966. The other two items are the two watercolours. These are rarities - I have found only one record of a genuine Betjeman watercolour appearing for sale ( view of a country house, painted 1948 ) and I haven't found any references to him painting in the various biographies of JB or in his published correspondence. It's well known that he was a prolific doodler and casual sketcher but his painting was obviously a pleasure that he rarely had time for. The two views appear to have been painted in a garden with an outlook over the dune-like hills that surround Trebetherick. They each have signed ( 'John B.' ) presentation inscriptions to Nell Oakley for her birthday in 1966.

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        Framed Inscribed Photograph

      , 1960. 1960. unbound. 7 x 5-inch black-and-white pin-up photo of the American actress -- no place, no date, circa 1960. Inscribed at the top: "To Jo, All my best, Jayne Mansfield." Float-mounted, matted in gray, and set in a silver frame measuring 13.5 x 11.5 inches. Near fine condition.

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        Storia di Renato Guttuso

      Edizioni del Milione, Milano 1960 - First edition. Folio. Unpaged; 21 applied plates, mostly in color. Wrappers with applied printed label. Fine in very good dustwrapper with a couple of short tears and a small label in the front panel. Warmly Inscribed by Renato Guttuso in Italian to Ben Shahn in 1961. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Butcher's Crossing (First Edition In Dj, Not Ex-Library)

      New York: The Macmillan Company, 1960. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine DJ. 1st Printing 239 Pp. Original Red Cloth Spine Over Grey Cloth Boards, With Spine Lettered In Silver. "First Printing" Stated. The First Hardcover Book By John Williams, Winner Of The National Book Award (As Co-Winner With John Barth) For "Augustus". Book Is Near Fine, Barely A Trace Of Rubbing At Corners, No Names Or Marks; Printed With Cheap Paper Which Is Evenly Age-Toned But Not Brittle. Dj Complete, Not Price Clipped, Clean, Very Slight Toning To Spine Panel, Two 1/4" Closed Tears At Top Of Rear Panel, 1/4" Closed Tear At Bottom Of Rear Flap Fold, Two Tiny Nicks At Two Upper Spine Corners.

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        'A Study In Scarlet' within Beeton's Christmas Annual, 1887.

      London and New York: Baker Street Irregulars and the Sherlock Holmes Society. 1960.. LIMITED EDITION FACSIMILE SIGNED BY LORD DONEGALL. Octavo, pp.168, with adverts and publisher's notes. Colour illustrated paper wraps with Illustrated salmon-coloured card chemise. Limited to 500 copies, this being one of the 100 allocated to the Sherlock Holmes Society of London and SIGNED by the Marquess of Donegall, the editor of the Sherlock Holmes Journal who first conceived the idea of this exact reproduction (with three 'intentional variations'), issued as the eighth publication of the Baker Street Iregulars. Outer cover sunned otherwise a fine copy. Also includes an original invoice from the publisher, loosely inserted.

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