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      J. B. Lippincott Philadelphia and New York: J. B. Lippincott, 1963. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. First Edition of Pynchon's first book, and a highspot of 20th century fiction. Original cloth, faded along spine. In the original first state dustwrapper with the chapters printed out 1-17 on the rear panel, and no reviews. DJ is price-clipped with faint circular mark at base of the V. Text is bright and entirely unmarked. Free of ownership signatures, etc. The text block is about as tight as one could hope for. A nice copy of a book very easily prone to wear.

      [Bookseller: Sanctuary Books ]
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        Buildings: plans and designs

      Horizon Press, 1963-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. This first American edition of the famous Wasmuth portfolio of 1910, consists of 100 loose sheets of architectural plans. The plans are protected by a printed paper folder and a cloth and board portfolio with ribbon ties. #392 of 2,500 limited edition. <br>Portfolio with 100 leaves. Dimensions: 66 x 41 cm. + text (32 p. ; 44 cm.) Binding excellent. Internally fine. Cover very good. A few small spots on front, a faint outline of a cup ring, else near fine. <br><br>The Wasmuth portfolio was Wrightâ&#128;&#153;s first book to appear in print. It is an important work that influenced many modern European architects, such as Le Corbusier, Rudolf Schindler, Richard Neutra, Willem Marinus Dudok, and Antonin Raymond. <br><br>Includes lithographs of: <br> Edwin H. Cheney House <br> Como Orchard Summer Colony <br> Coonley House <br> Dana-Thomas House <br> Thomas P. Hardy House <br> William R. Heath House <br> Larkin Administration Building <br> Darwin D. Martin House <br> Park Inn Hotel <br> Robie House <br> Unity Temple <br> Westcott House <br> Winslow House <br><br>Provenance: From the library of the noted Washington Architect, Arthur Keyes.<br><br>This is an oversized or heavy book that requires additional postage for international delivery outside of Canada and the US.

      [Bookseller: SequiturBooks]
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        The Engraved Work of Eric Gill **Signed by Evan R Gill**

      London: Victoria & Albert Museum, 1963. First Edition. Oversized Paperback. Very Good. Eric Gill. Published by the V&A following Eric Gill's widow having donated many of his artwork's to the museum. This copy is inscribed on fep to "Edith Wood from Evan R Gill 1st January 1964" in ink. Contains many fine b&w reproductions of Eric Gill's artwork. Evan R Gill was Eric's brother and his noted biographer. There is a pale yellowing at edge of front cover, otherwise very tidy and all intact, with interior bold as new. 94 pp.

      [Bookseller: 1st Impressions Rare Books]
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        Histoires déplaisantes

      Paris : Gallimard, 1963. Broché. 14,5x21cm. Edition originale, un des 40 ex numérotés sur pur fil, seuls grands papiers. Très bel exemplaire. - Gallimard, Paris _1963, 14,5x21cm, broché. - broché

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Glory Road

      NY: G. P. Putnam&#39;s Sons, 1963. hardcover. VG/VG+ 1st edition, 1st printing. Book has crease on front board, stained black boards, soiled page edges and end pages and bookplate on front pastedown. Jacket has light chipping at spine and flap fold ends and creasing along edges and folds. We offer a LIFETIME GUARANTEE. See KHBOOKS for details.

      [Bookseller: Ken Hebenstreit, Bookseller]
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        [Autographes d&#39;exception & Des femmes écrivains] 338171 T.E. Lawrence of Arabia

      London: Victor Gollancz, 1963. relié. 13x20cm. Deuxième tirage de l&#39;édition anglaise postérieur d&#39;un mois au premier, il n&#39;a pas été tiré de grands papiers. Exceptionnel et bel envoi en français de Victoria Ocampo à la célèbre photographe Gisèle Freund enrichi d&#39;un nota bene. Introduction du Pr A.W. Lawrence, frère du Colonel. Bel exemplaire complet de sa jaquette. - Victor Gollancz, London _1963, 13x20cm, relié. - Autographes d&#39;exception & Des femmes écrivains relié

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        I Vangeli Secondo Matteo, Marco, Luca, Giovanni

      (Verona: Officina Bodoni, 1963). Quarto. (350)pp. One of 275 copies printed in Italian. Wood-engraved title page by Reynolds Stone and 114 woodcuts from the Epistole et Evangelii (1495), newly cut by Bruno Bramanti and Italo Zetti. Mardersteig conjectured that the series of woodcuts that graced one of the "rarest and most beautiful incunables illustrated with woodcuts" was the work of the Renaissance painter, Bartolomeo di Giovanni. In keeping with the typographical tenets of the Officina Bodoni, this was the third edition of the Gospels produced by Mardersteig: the first was the English version, appearing in 1962, followed by a version in Latin. The present copy bears a presentation inscription from Pope Paul VI, dated 9 March, 1968, to Virgilio Ferrari, who served as mayor of Milan from 1951 to 1961. Ferrari has the distinction of having been the longest-serving Milanese mayor of the twentieth century, and he oversaw much of that city&#39;s post-World War II modernization. Before he became Paul VI, Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini was the Archbishop of Milan from 1953 to 1963, and the second man to ascend to the Papacy from this position. As Pope, Paul VI is best remembered for the completion of the Second Vatican Council, begun by his predecessor John XXIII, in addition to the encyclical on the Regulation of Birth, which was published just four months after the date of the present inscription. Few small surface scuffs, very slight toning to spine ends, else very fine in publisher&#39;s full green oasis morocco with ornamentation and titling in gilt on front cover, titling in gilt on spine. Housed in the original morocco-trimmed cloth slipcase. T.e.g.

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers]
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        C": A Journal of Poetry - Vol. 1, No. 4 (September 1963) [Signed]

      New York: Lorenz Gude and Ted Berrigan, 1963. First Edition. Wraps. Near Fine. Side-stapled 4to. mimeo with silk-screened covers designed by Andy Warhol. 36 x 22.5 cm. Unpaginated. This copy SIGNED by Berrigan, Denby, Wieners, Frank O&#39;Hara, Gerard Malanga, and Andy Warhol on the colophon. One of an unknown but tiny (one source suggests "a half-dozen or so," but suspect higher) number of such specially-signed copies. In addition, six poems contain small corrections in Denby&#39;s hand, and one poem is revised by both Denby and Berrigan (with Denby correcting Berrigan&#39;s correction). Generally fine. An unknown hand (probably Berrigan&#39;s) has noted &#147;Signed&#148; in the upper right-hand corner of the front cover. Trace wear to edges. A remarkably bright, sharp, clean and sound example of a fragile production. The fourth issue of Berrigan&#39;s landmark mimeo, an issue dedicated to the work of poet and critic Edwin Denby, but most significant for its Warhol-designed cover. As the colophon page states simply: "The cover of this issue was designed by Andy Warhol from photographs of poets Edwin Denby and Gerard Malanga." Berrigan had met Warhol at a reading by Frank O&#39;Hara earlier that year and a few days later sent the artist the first two issues of his fledgling literary journal. As Berrigan&#39;s diary notes soon after: "Andy Warhol said he&#39;d like to do a cover for C 4." Warhol and Malanga met Denby at his apartment where the photographs for the cover were taken. The two images finally selected -- of Malanga behind Denby with both men holding hands, and the second for the rear cover of Malanga leaning in to kiss Denby -- caused a stir in literary circles when it was finally published. As Reva Wolf -- whose book Andy Warhol, Poetry, and Gossip in the 1960&#39;s (Chicago, 1997) provides the fullest account of the production and importance of these images -- explains: "This is the first-known instance in which Warhol used Polaroids for silkscreen portraits, a practice he did not pursue at the time but one to which he would return and which would become his standard procedure for making portraits" (22). According to Malanga, it was Berrigan who actually printed the covers -- Warhol having dropped the silkscreens off "along with a can of paint, a squeegee, and instructions on how to print it" (30) on his way to Los Angeles for his second one-man show -- thereby becoming in essence a temporary Warhol studio assistant. Nonetheless, these Warhol-designed covers represent a turning point in his development as an artist. As Wolf explains, Warhol&#39;s C portraits were both a backhanded critique of the poet Frank O&#39;Hara (who maintained a chilly skepticism of the artist) as well as a way for Warhol to further insinuate himself in the New York literary scene at an early and still-formative time in his career. Copies of this particular issue of C are themselves scarce. Edition sizes for most issues were typically around 250. We&#39;ve seen only a handful of this issue over the last ten years, with several lacking the covers, and are aware of only two other copies of the signed issue having been offered for sale. And though not in Warhol&#39;s catalogue raisonne, this very-limited signed issue represents what is, in effect, one the artist&#39;s earliest silk-screened multiples. Rare and important.

      [Bookseller: Brian Cassidy, Bookseller]
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      Introduction by W. Boeck. London: Thames and Hudson 1963. Illustr. with 45 colourplates. Oblong-4to. 10 pp. + plates. Publisher's decorated cloth in slipcase

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell's Antikvariat]
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        V. (First Edition)

      Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1963. First Edition. First Edition. First issue dust jacket with no reviews at the rear panel. Very Good plus in a Very Good plus dust jacket. Ex-library copy from a lending bookstore in New York, with their stamp on the front endpaper, with "35 [cents] First 3 Days, 10 [cents] Each Additional Day," "Library Copy" stamped on the top and bottom page edges. No bruising or markings of a standard ex-library copy. Extremities moderately toned, and brief foxing at the front pastedown, else quite presentable. Jacket slightly rubbed at the extremities, with several tiny closed tears (repaired with cello-tape at the verso), just a hint of fading at the spine, and a small corner crease to the front flap. Overall an attractive copy with a few blemishes to note. Author&#39;s first book.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Broadside Set

      (San Francisco): (Four Seasons Foundation). (1963-1964). Three broadsides: Lew Welch&#39;s Step Out Onto the Planet, Gary Snyder&#39;s Nanao Knows, and Philip Whalen&#39;s Three Mornings. [McNeil A7.] Each reproduced by photo-offset from the author&#39;s own calligraphy and printed in an edition of 300 copies on the occasion of a reading by the three poets at Longshoreman&#39;s Hall, San Francisco, June 12, 1964. Each broadside is signed by its author. Snyder, Welch and Whalen first met when they attended Reed College, a progressive school in Oregon; the friends later became three of the most influential poets of the Beat generation. Don Carpenter, a friend of Richard Brautigan and an important figure in the Bay Area literary scene, organized the Free Way Reading with the three poets; Don Allen, another key figure in the Bay Area literary scene -- his nascent publishing company, the Four Seasons Foundation, would later publish both Snyder and Brautigan -- printed the broadsides to commemorate the reading. An important occasion, linking three key poets of their time. Welch disappeared in the Santa Cruz mountains in 1971; Snyder found a suicide note at his camp, but no body was ever found and his fate remains one of the mysteries of that time. 9-1/2" x 12-1/2"; fine. A nice set. . First Edition.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Three Poem Broadsides

      (San Francisco): (Four Seasons Foundation). (1963-1964). Three broadsides: Gary Snyder&#39;s Nanao Knows, Lew Welch&#39;s Step Out Onto the Planet, and Philip Whalen&#39;s Three Mornings. Each reproduced by photo-offset from the author&#39;s own calligraphy and printed in an edition of 300 copies on the occasion of a reading by the three poets at Longshoreman&#39;s Hall, San Francisco, June 12, 1964. [McNeil A7.] 9-1/2" x 12-1/2"; each signed by its author. Snyder, Welch and Whalen first met when they attended Reed College, a progressive school in Oregon; the friends later became three of the most influential poets of the Beat generation. Rolled, else fine. An important set. . First Edition.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Broadside Set

      (San Francisco): (Four Seasons Foundation). (1963-1964). Three broadsides: Lew Welch&#39;s Step Out Onto the Planet, Gary Snyder&#39;s Nanao Knows, and Philip Whalen&#39;s Three Mornings. [McNeil A7.] Each reproduced by photo-offset from the author&#39;s own calligraphy and printed in an edition of 300 copies on the occasion of a reading by the three poets at Longshoreman&#39;s Hall, San Francisco, June 12, 1964. Each broadside is signed by its author. Snyder, Welch and Whalen first met when they attended Reed College, a progressive school in Oregon; the friends later became three of the most influential poets of the Beat generation. Don Carpenter, a friend of Richard Brautigan and an important figure in the Bay Area literary scene, organized the Free Way Reading with the three poets; Don Allen, another key figure in the Bay Area literary scene -- his nascent publishing company, the Four Seasons Foundation, would later publish both Snyder and Brautigan -- printed the broadsides to commemorate the reading. An important occasion, linking three key poets of their time. Welch disappeared in the Santa Cruz mountains in 1971; Snyder found a suicide note at his camp, but no body was ever found and his fate remains one of the mysteries of that time. 9-1/2" x 12-1/2"; fine. A nice set. . First Edition.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Three Poem Broadsides

      (San Francisco): (Four Seasons Foundation). (1963-1964). Three broadsides: Gary Snyder&#39;s Nanao Knows, Lew Welch&#39;s Step Out Onto the Planet, and Philip Whalen&#39;s Three Mornings. Each reproduced by photo-offset from the author&#39;s own calligraphy and printed in an edition of 300 copies on the occasion of a reading by the three poets at Longshoreman&#39;s Hall, San Francisco, June 12, 1964. [McNeil A7.] 9-1/2" x 12-1/2"; each signed by its author. Snyder, Welch and Whalen first met when they attended Reed College, a progressive school in Oregon; the friends later became three of the most influential poets of the Beat generation. Rolled, else fine. An important set. . First Edition.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        The Bell Jar Pseudonym for Sylvia Plath

      London: Heinemann, 1963. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/as new. First printing with facsimile jacket designed by Thomas Simmonds. Description: Octavo (182 x 123 mm.), 258 pages. Original black cloth, spine lettered in gold, publisher&#39;s device in blind to lower board. A very good copy. First edition of Plath&#39;s only novel, a semi-autobiographical novel which stands as a sympathetic testimony to female isolation and emotional conflict in the 1950s and 60s. The Bell Jar is heavily informed by Plath&#39;s experiences as student guest editor of Mademoiselle magazine. On the book&#39;s publication, Sylvia killed herself a month after publication. It was issued first under Plath&#39;s real name in Britain in 1967. Thje facsimile dustjacket is in a Brodart archival cover.

      [Bookseller: The Last Word]
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        The bell jar

      London : Heinemann, 1963. 1st edition, 2nd printing. Physical description: 258p. ; 19cm. Summary: The Bell Jar is Sylvia Plath&#39;s only novel and was originally published under a pseudonym in 1963. What it has to say about what women expect of themselves, and what society expects of women, is as sharply relevant today as it has always been. Subjects: Women college students - United States - Fiction. Suicidal behavior - Fiction. Depression, Mental - Fiction. Very good cloth copy covered in an adhesive, clear plastic seal. In a dust wrapper which has some minor edge nicks and loss; NOT price-clipped. Front hinge starting. Remains quite well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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      [New York]: The Landau Company, 26 August 1963.. [1],127 leaves. Quarto. Mimeographed typescript, printed on rectos only. Boltbound in silver-stamped flexible Hart Stenographic Services binder. Light discolorations in extreme margins of first and last leaves and at edges, large chip from lower spine corner of lower wrapper, but a good copy. A quite early, but unspecified, draft of this excellent adaptation of McCullers&#39; novel. There are a number of revised leaves on pink stock inserted. Ryan also produced the 1968 film, directed by Robert Ellis Miller (who has signed this copy on the title-leaf), starring Alan Arkin, Sondra Locke, Stacy Keach, Cicely Tyson, et al.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        John Steinbeck&#39;s personal Archive of correspondence and other materials related to his beloved dog, Charley (Charlie) including items Signed by John Steinbeck. [Author of: The Grapes of Wrath; Of Mice and Men; East of Eden; In Dubious Battle; Cup of Gold; Pastures of Heaven; Travels with Charley; Tortilla Flat; The Long Valley; In Dubious Battle; Cannery Row; The Winter of Our Discontent; The Red Pony; Sea of Cortez; The Moon is Down; The Pearl; and others]

      New York and Ohio: John Steinbeck, 1963. First edition. None. Very Good. PRESENTLY DISCOUNTED. WAS $7,450. NOW $4,750. John Steinbeck&#39;s personal Archive of personal correspondence and other materials related to his beloved dog Charley as well as reviews and other materials related to his book titled "Travels with Charley". These materials were kept by Steinbeck in his Manhattan apartment and include the following: (I) Original autograph draft letter from John Steinbeck to several of his friends, written entirely in his hand on a single sheet of yellow legal-sized paper, in Fine condition and SIGNED BY JOHN STEINBECK. Dated twice by Steinbeck "4/23/63" in his hand, the letter is "Just a sad note to tell you that Charley died last Thursday April 18, leaving a large and jagged hole." Steinbeck also mentions his and Elaine&#39;s move to a new apartment. The brief letter is addressed initially to Howard Hunter and his wife, Edna, and Steinbeck also notes that a like letter should be sent to Ted Patrick at Holiday Magazine in Philadelphia, and also to "Ted and Vera", adding an additional line to their letter about having tried to contact them by phone. [Howard Hunter was the Deputy Administrator of the Works Progress Administration during FDR&#39;s Presidency, served as President of the American Institute of Baking, and served as Best Man at Steinbeck&#39;s second wedding (to Gwyndolyn "Gwyn" Conger). John Steinbeck and Ted Patrick knew each other well, as Holiday Magazine often published Steinbeck&#39;s work. They also shared a great affection for dogs, and Patrick, in addition to being Holiday Magazine&#39;s Editor, authored a book titled "The Thinking Dog&#39;s Man".] Included with this Steinbeck autograph signed draft letter are (a) the original signed response from Howard Hunter to John Steinbeck stating, in part, "We have wept for Charlie and for you. Good dogs and good men are much too scarce." and (b) the original signed response from Ted Patrick stating, in part, "...I had expected such news, but that never lessens the shock of it when it actually comes. ... I have always said when I&#39;ve lost a dog that I wouldn&#39;t get another, I couldn&#39;t stand going through it again; but I always have and really never have regretted it. Love, Ted". (Each letter also has pencil notes from John Steinbeck&#39;s Assistant. See the Emil Bialic correspondence below for John Steinbeck&#39;s view on getting a new dog.) Steinbeck&#39;s original draft of the letter to these individuals has been SIGNED BY JOHN STEINBECK. Steinbeck frequently had his Assistant type and sign his letters for him, rarely signing his draft of the letter himself. However, at the end of the autograph draft letter offered here, Steinbeck has himself signed "love / John", indicating the importance of the letter to him and the fact that the addressees were his close friends; (II) Original 2-page typed letter dated May 8, 1963 from Emil Bialic to John Steinbeck, occasioned by Charlie&#39;s death and providing the writer&#39;s thoughts on dogs and the dog-man relationship and providing a tale about his own dog "Joe McCarthy", with an enclosed copy of a 3-page typed letter or note with further reflections on the same subject (and without the other enclosures referred to by Bialic), TOGETHER WITH John Steinbeck&#39;s autograph response in pencil (as was his custom) written May 15, 1963 filling the rectos of two full sheets, and approximately 1/2 of a third sheet, of lined yellow legal-sized paper, likewise SIGNED BY JOHN STEINBECK, TOGETHER WITH the John Steinbeck&#39;s typescript thereof, dated May 27, 1963 and occupying 1 and 1/3 sheets of paper. (All of these items are stapled together at the upper left corner -- the last page having come loose from the staple) Steinbeck&#39;s prompt reply to Bialic, along with the content of Steinbeck&#39;s response, demonstrates that the subject matter greatly engaged him. Steinbeck began by writing: "Many thanks for your letter of May 8th. There were many things / spoken of that I would like to go into." Steinbeck then discussed the naming of dogs, stating, in part, "I have always wondered about names and have written some specu- / lative essays on the subject. Does the name go to the namee or / does the namee draw the name? Was there something about the dog, / Joe McCarthy that caused you to give him that name? Anyway, / it&#39;s a fine story." Steinbeck then discusses some of his own dogs, relating that "I have had numbers of dogs and the naming process has always / been the same. I give him a name and then, the name goes into / the diminutive and then changes and gradually, a name emerges / that has no relation to the original." Regarding Charley he mentions that "Charley&#39;s French name / was not for him. Then he had cute names until Charley fitted / him and was never changed." He then comments on "...the destruction of dogs through breed- / ing to conformity", particularly with respect to Poodles, on the White English bull terrier, speculating that he will ultimately get one for his next dog, and a "schwein of a dachshund" belonging to some friends of his, dog training methods, and not wanting a "Pavlovian dog" but rather a "dog-dog", one who "can and will be with me", touches on the many offers to supply a dog made to him by others, and concluding "Again, I thank you for your very kind letter. I think I / won&#39;t have any dog for a while. If I just sit still, one / will happen to me and that way, it will be the right one." As noted above, Steinbeck frequently had his loyal Assistant, Janet Beckman, sign his letters for him, rarely signing even his draft of the letter himself. However, at the end of the autograph draft letter offered here, Steinbeck writes: "(Janet please sign for me) / test signature [showing the signature style she should use] / John Steinbeck / (you can do it fine)". A charming bit of correspondence, including the draft of Steinbeck&#39;s reply written entirely in John Steinbeck&#39;s hand, on a subject quite near and dear to him, SIGNED BY JOHN STEINBECK; (III) Original Autograph Letter Signed from Nat Benchley (Nathaniel Robert Benchley, Son of Nathaniel G. Benchley and brother of Peter Benchley of "Jaws" fame) to John Steinbeck dated Monday, May 6 (1963), written on The Choate School Stationary which Nat Benchley attended, enclosing the essay test given to Nat Benchley and his fellow students on John Steinbeck&#39;s "The Grapes of Wrath". The letter reads: "Dear Mr. S, / Enclosed you will find a copy / of the test which was given us on the / Grapes of Wrath. I just thought / you&#39;d be interested to see what / our English master got out of , / or put into, the book. // I was terribly distressed / to hear about Charlie a few / weeks ago. I know how it feels to / lose such a member of your family, / and he was a very dear friend / of mine, too. // Please give Elaine my love, / and tell her I hope to see you / in June. // Rspctfly, // Nat B." The Steinbeck and Benchley families were great friends of each other, living in adjacent houses owned by John Steinbeck, the Benchley house being rented by Steinbeck to his good friend Nathaniel Benchley, Nat Benchley&#39;s father, at a discounted rate, and the two homes sharing a back yard. (Nathaniel Benchley wrote a book titled "Side Street" about the lives of the two families living as friends and neighbors. Please see our listing of "Side Street" signed by the Steinbeck and Benchley families.); (IV) Original autograph condolence letter signed from the Mayor of Sag Harbor, where John Steinbeck spent much time, and (V) John Steinbeck&#39;s personal file, marked Travels with Charley / Reviews, containing numerous newspaper clippings about Steinbeck&#39;s trip and the book, Book of the Month Club promotional materials for the book, a typescript copy of the Press Release for the book, and a large, poster-sized page 1 from the Chicago Sunday Tribune Review of the book. All items are in Very Good or better condition. A highly meaningful collection of items related to the dog who was so beloved by Steinbeck, two of which items are SIGNED BY JOHN STEINBECK, all of which letters John Steinbeck elected (out of the no doubt thousands of letters he received) to keep in his personal correspondence file showing their importance to him. RARE.

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC]
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        THE YALE EDITION OF THE WORKS OF SAMUEL JOHNSON: Diaries, Prayers and Annals/The Idler, The Adventurer/Rambler/Poems/On Shakespeare/Journey to the Western Isles of Scotland/Political Writings/Sermons/Voyage to Abyssinia/Rasselas/Commentary on Pope&#39;s Principles of Morality/On the English Language. FIFTEEN [15] VOLUMES

      New Haven & London: Yale University Press, 1963 - 2005. Yale Edition. Hardcover. Fine/fine. Fifteen volumes (vols. 1-10, 14-18). New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1963-2005. Comprises: volume 1, Diaries Prayers and Annals. Edited by E.L. McAdam jr. with Donald and Mary Hyde. Reprint, 1986; vol.2, The Idler and The Adventurer. Edited by W.J. Bate, John M. Bullitt, and L.F. Powell. First printing, 1963; volumes 3-5, The Rambler. Edited by W.J. Bate and Albrecht B. Strauss. Three volumes. First printing, 1969; vol.6, The Poems. Edited by E.L. McAdam jr. with George Milne. First printing, 1964; volumes 7-8, Johnson on Shakespeare. Edited by Arthur Sherbo with Bertrand H. Bronson. Two volumes. First printing, 1968; vol.9, A Journey to the Western Isles of Scotland. Edited by Mary Lascelles. First printing, 1971; vol.10, Political Writings. Edited by Donald J. Greene. First printing, 1977; vol.14, Sermons. Edited by Jean H. Hagstrum and James Gray. First printing, 1978; vol.15, A Voyage to Abyssinia. Edited by Joel J. Gold. First printing, 1985; vol.16, Rasselas and Other Tales. Edited by Gwin J. Kolb. First printing, 1990; vol.17, A Commentary on Mr Pope&#39;s Principles of Morality, Or Essay On Man. Edited by O.M. Brack, jr. First printing, 2004; vol.18, Johnson on the English Language. Edited by Gwin J. Kolb and Robert DeMaria, jr. First printing, 2005. §Volumes 11-13 remain unpublished. Uniformly bound in original blue cloth, gilt lettering. Volumes 16, 17 and 18 in dustwrappers. A single owner collection, entirely unused and AS NEW. A fine, bright set. (**PLEASE READ CAREFULLY** - This set will require special carriage arrangements. PLEASE CONTACT US for a shipping quote and further information, before ordering).

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        The Feynman Lectures On Physics

      California Institute of Technology, 1963-1965.. First editions, first printings of volumes 1 & 2. Volume 3 is a second printing. Original red cloth. Each volume is in near fine condition. Uncommon in the first edition.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

      London, John Murray 1963., 1963. Original painting for the 1963 edition of &#39;The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes&#39; by the popular and prolific illustrator Val Biro. Image size appox. 9x12 inches, colour gouache on artboard, landscape format. Overall dimensions 10x 15 inches. Artists&#39; pencil notation to margin. Cover scene is a stunning design capturing the dark mystery of London at the end of the 19th century. Signed by the artist. Fine. Horne, Alan. The Dictionary of British Book Illustrators: 106-107.

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        Paris Mortel

      Amsterdam: DFEBO Hilversum,, 1963. Quarto. Original blue and white cloth, titles to upper board and spine in blue, blue endpapers. With the dust jacket. 65 black and white photogravures. An excellent copy in the somewhat discoloured and creased dust jacket. First edition, first impression. Published in an edition that did not exceed several hundred copies. A wonderful collection of photographs of Paris taken between October 1956 and August 1958.

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      (SOKOLSKY, MELVIN). Sokolsky, Melvin & Raphaelle Stopin. Afterword by Ali McGraw. MELVIN SOKOLSKY: PARIS 1963 / PARIS 1965 - "FLY" EDITION LIMITED TO ONE HUNDRED COPIES IN A LUCITE SLIPCASE WITH A SIGNED AND NUMBERED SILVER-GELATIN PRINT. Signed and Numbered with a Print. Beverly Hills, CA: Leafcar Editions, 2011. First Edition 1/100 Deluxe. 4to. Cloth in a Lucite Slipcase. Photography Monograph. As New/No Jacket - As Issued. 80 + 80pp, profusely illustrated in duotone and color. Designed by Melvin Sokolsky. This beautiful volume is the definitive collection of all seventy-four printed images from of Melvin Sokolsky&#39;s wildly innovative "Bubble" and "Fly" series shot in Paris for "Harper&#39;s Bazaar" in the sixties. It includes for the first time more than a dozen previously unreleased and alternate visions of his iconic series, behind the scenes documentary photos, outtakes, and an intimate insight into the legendary fashion photographer&#39;s process and inspiration. Limited to one hundred copies only featuring a unique back-to-back "zig-zag" binding, the "Fly" Edition is housed in an etched grey Lucite slipcase designed by Sokolsky himself. A pristine, unused copy BOLDLY SIGNED AND NUMBERED by the photographer in pencil on the front colophon with the 12 1/2 x 11" SIGNED AND NUMBERED silver gelatin print of "Dior Wings" in the publisher&#39;s printed shipping carton, as issued. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. 0-9822266-9-1 Inventory Number: 020721&

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        Leaving Cheyenne

      Harper and Row New York: Harper and Row. (1963). First. First edition. A trifle cocked, near fine in a price-clipped, near fine dustwrapper with slight fading and a little soiling on the spine. Signed by Larry McMurtry with an early, easily legible signature. Basis for the 1974 Sidney Lumet film Lovin' Molly with Anthony Perkins, Beau Bridges, Blythe Danner, and Susan Sarandon. A particularly nice copy of the author's second and scarcest novel. .

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        Original pen & ink artwork.

      Original pen & ink artwork for an illustration to chapter twenty of Eleanor Farjeon's 'Kaleidoscope,' illustrated by Ardizzone and published in 1963. The chapter is titled, 'On the Road.'. Please note that the price listed is subject to VAT.

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        BASIL SEAL RIDES AGAIN or the Rake's Progress. Frontispiece by Kathleen Hale.

      [6], 49pp. Lithographic full-colour frontispiece. Original pictorial blue buckram, gilt. Original acetate wrapper. 4to. First edition, being number 747 of a signed limited edition of 750 copies for sale throughout the world except in the United States of America. Spine just a touch mellowed; else a fine copy without marks or inscription; the acetate a little rubbed but not chipped or torn.

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        Basil Seal Rides Again

      U K Chapman and Hall 1963. SIGNED LIMITED EDITION Frontispiece by Kathleen Hale VG+ in Glassine DW

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        On Her Majesty's Secret Service

      Cape, 1963, UK First Edition.. Dustjacket VG+, not priceclipped, bright 'Chopping' cover design. Book VG+, black boards, clean & tight!

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        Un milione di anni. milano, scalabrini, 1963.

      Cm. 41, pp. (34) + 12 tavole fuori testo di Alfredo Chighine, ciascuna firmata dall'artista e protetta da velina. A fogli sciolti, come d'origine, entro brossura originale illustrata con copertura protettiva in plastica e custodia orig. in tela ill. con laccetti di chiusura. Ottimo stato di conservazione. Pregiata edizione stampata in edizione limitata di soli 85 esemplari. Il presente appartiene alla tiratura di 10 copie per i collaboratori contrassegnate dalle lettere da A a L. (ns. H) comportanti, al colophon, la firma di Carrieri e Chighine. Le tavole sono incise all'acquaforte ed impresse con torchio a mano da Enrico Gaudino. Le poesie di Raffaele Carrieri sono tutte inedite.

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        The Collected Works of John Stuart Mill,

      PHOTOGRAPHS AND FULL DESCRIPTION AVAILABLE ON REQUEST, 33 volumes complete, with the original "Preliminary Announcement" brochure, some volumes with a neat library stamp on front pastedown and/or bookplate and some with a neat shelf number on spines but an excellent clean set in original cloth, virtually unopened and unused, all with dustwrappers (one with loss neatly supplied at foot of spine), Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1963-1991. Comprising: Volume 1 - Autobiography and Literary Essays; contains Mill's autobiography and some literary essays mostly from the 1830s. Volume 2 - The Principles of Political Economy with Some of Their Applications to Social Philosophy (Part I). Volume 3 - Principles of Political Economy (Part II). Volume 4 - Essays on Economics and Society Part I contains a number of Mill's essays on economic topics, including the collection Essays on Some Unsettled Questions of Political Economy. Volume 5 - Essays on Economics and Society Part II (Chapters on Socialism &c). Volume 6 - Essays on England, Ireland, and the Empire; contains a number of Mill's essays on contemporary political issues, including his essay Reorganization of the Reform Party. Volume 7 - A System of Logic Ratiocinative and Inductive Part I; (contains chapters on reasoning, induction, the laws of nature, causation, and disbelief). Volume 8 - A System of Logic Ratiocinative and Inductive Part II; (contains chapters on fallacies, methodology of the social sciences, and the science of history). Volume 9 - An Examination of William Hamilton's Philosophy; Volume 10 - Essays on Ethics, Religion, and Society (Utilitarianism) contains a number of Mill's essays on religion and moral philosophy as well as his works on Utilitarianism and Auguste Comte. Volume 11 - Essays on Philosophy and the Classics; contains a number of Mill's essays on philosophy, Plato, Aristotle, and the history of Greece. Volume 12 - The Earlier Letters of John Stuart Mill 1812-1848 Part I. Volume 13 - The Earlier Letters of John Stuart Mill 1812-1848 Part II with an Introduction by F.A. Hayek. Volume 14 - The Later Letters of John Stuart Mill 1849-1873 Part I. Volume 15 - The Later Letters of John Stuart Mill 1849-1873 Part II. Volume 16 - The Later Letters of John Stuart Mill 1849-1873 Part III. Volume 17 - The Later Letters of John Stuart Mill 1849-1873 Part IV. Volume 18 - Essays on Politics and Society Part I (On Liberty); contains a number of essays on politics, including reviews of Tocqueville's Democracy in America and the book On Liberty. Volume 19 - Essays on Politics and Society Part 2; contains Considerations on Representative Government and a number of essays on politics. Volume 20 - Essays on French History and Historians. Volume 21 - Essays on Equality, Law, and Education (Subjection of Women); contains a number of essays on the law, women and children, the American Civil War, and The Subjection of Women. It also contains in the Appendix Harriet Taylor's works On Marriage and the Enfranchisement of Women. Volume 22 - Newspaper Writings December 1822 - July 1831 Part I; contains newspaper articles including many on the French Revolution of 1830 and the series called The Spirit of the Age. Volume 23 - Newspaper Writings August 1831 - October 1834 Part II; contains newspaper articles including many on the French Revolution of 1830 and a number on the Poor Law Report. Volume 24 - Newspaper Writings January 1835 - June 1847 Part III; contains newspaper articles from 1835-1847, including many on the Bank Charter and the Condition of Ireland. Volume 25 - Newspaper Writings December 1847 - July 1873 Part IV; contains newspaper articles from 1847-1873, including a number of electoral reform and the revolution in Hungary. Volume 26 - Journals and Debating Speeches Part I; contains Mill's juvenile writings from the 1820s such as journals, notebooks and debating speeches. Volume 27 - Journals and Debating Speeches Part II; contains Mill's diaries of his walking tours 1827-32, a diary from 1854 and other material from the early 1820s. Volume 28 - Public and Parliamentary Speeches Part I November 1850 - November 1868; contains Mill's electoral and parliamentary speeches from 1865-1868, including those on the right of women to vote, the Reform Bill, the riots in Jamaica, India, and smoking in railway carriages. Volume 29 - Public and Parliamentary Speeches Part II July 1869 - March 1873; contains Mill's electoral and parliamentary speeches from 1869-1873, including women's suffrage education, and land reform. It also includes an essay by Helen Taylor on War and Peace. Volume 30 - Writings on India; contains Mill's longer writings on India. Volume 31 - Miscellaneous Writings; contains Mill's writings on botany and reviews of medical books. It also contains his edition of Bentham's Rationale of Judicial Evidence and his father's Analysis of the Phenomena of the Human Mind. Volume 32 - Additional Letters of John Stuart Mill contains letters by Mill which were left out of earlier volumes and a full list of correspondents, and of persons and works cited in the letters. Volume 33 - Indexes.

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        [79 papers on various aspects of the Telstar satellites].

      New York, American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1963. 8vo. 3 original full green cloth. Volume 42, 1963-1,2,3 of "The Bell System Technical Journal". Library stamp to free front end-paper. Minor bumping to extremities. A nice, clean, uniform set. 20, 738 pp.+ (2), 739-1940 pp. + 1941-2974 pp.. First publication of the first description of the world's first television satellite. Telstar I made a tremendous impact on the world by transmitting transatlantic live television. "Telstar captured the popular imagination in a way that it is hard to believe any satellite, especially a communication satellite, could do today. According to AT&T, more than half the population of the UK watched its first transatlantic transmission, a remarkable percentage given that far fewer people than today owned television sets." (Gavaghan, Something New under the Sun, p. 188)According to the US Space Objects Registry, Telstar 1 and 2 were still in orbit as of May 2010. The Telstar-satellites represent the true beginning of satellite communication.Telstar 1 was launched on July 10th 1962 and was the world's first active repeater satellite, the primary function of which was transmission of voice, black/white and colour television, fascimilie, and high- and low-speed data. The Telstar-project had five overall objectives; to demonstrate broadband transmission, test operational communication satellite reliability, obtain operational experience with ground terminals and provide space radiation measurement.Telstar 1 was a medium-altitude satellite with an elliptic orbit which was completed once every 2 hours and 37 minutes. Due to Telstar's non-geosynchronous orbit, its availability for transatlantic signals was limited to 20 minutes in each orbit that passed over the Atlantic Ocean. The Telstar 2 was almost identical with Telstar 1 but had a higher orbit to reduce exposure to the damaging effect of the radiation belt. The Chief of NASA's Communications Satellite Programs wrote in 1966: "Although not the first communications satellite, Telstar is the best known of all and is probably considered by most observers to have ushered in the era of satellite communications. This impression was a result of the tremendous impact upon the public by the first transmission of live television across the Atlantic Ocean. Telstar I was launched on July 10, 1962, and on that same day live television pictures originating in the United States were received in France." (Jaffe, pg. 107)"On the whole, Telstar made a tremendous impact in the nation by transmitting transatlantic live television, which demonstrated the possibilities for commercial satellite television and other services." (Delbert. Communication via satellite, 83 p). The Telstar-satellites were not the first launched satellites, but they were the first to demonstrate the possibilities of satellites and to present them to a broader audience. The three volumes offered contain a wide variety of articles related to the Telstar satellites from the technical design of the satellite to transmission test and evaluation to spacecraft test.Issue 1:1. Beach, C.D.; Trecker, J.M.. A Method for Predicting Interchannel Modulation due to Multipath Propagation in FM and PM Tropospheric Radio Systems. Pp. 1-36.2. Bodtmann, W.F.; Ruthroff, C.L. A Wideband Transistor IF Amplifier for Space and Terrestrial Repeaters Using Grounded-Base Transformer-Coupled Stages. Pp. 37-54.3. Coyne, J.C. Monitoring the Percussive Welding Process for Attaching Wires to Terminals. Pp. 55-78.4. MacWilliams, Jessie. A Theorem on the Distribution of Weights in a Systematic Code. Pp. 79-94.5. Peck, D.S.; Blair, R.R.; Brown, W.L.; Smits, F.M. Surface Effects of Radiation on Transistors. Pp. 95-129.6. Graff, H.J.; Peacock, J.M.; Zalmans, J.J. Development of Solderless Wire Connector for Splicing Multipair Cable. Pp. 131-153.7. Gordon, E.I.; Rigden, J.D. The Fabry-Perot Electrooptic Modulator. Pp. 155-179.8. Pfahnl, Arnold. Properties of Fast-Decay Cathode-Ray Tube Phosphors. Pp. 181-201.Issue 2:9. Hallenbeck, F.J.; Mahoney, J.J. Jr. The New L Multiplex - System Description and Design Objectives. Pp. 207-221.10. Graham, R.S.; Adams, W.E.; Powers, R.E.; Bies, F.R. New Group and Supergroup Terminals for L Multiplex. Pp. 223-278.11. Albert, W.G.; Evans, J.B. Jr; Ginty, J.J.; Harley, J.B. Carrier Supplies for L-Type Multiplex. Pp. 279-317.12. Clark, O.P.; Drazy, E.J.; Weller, D.C. A Phase-Locked Primary Frequency Supply for the L Multiplex. Pp. 319-340.13. Andrews, E.G. Pp. Telephone Switching and the Early Bell Laboratories Computers. Pp. 341-353.14. Sandberg, I.W. On the Theory of Linear Multi-Loop Feedback Systems. Pp. 355-382.15. Descloux, A. On Overflow Processes of Trunk Groups with Poisson Inputs and Exponential Service Times. Pp. 383-397.16. Rosenzweig, W.; Gummel, H.K.; Smits, F.M. Solar Cell Degradation under 1-Mev Electron Bombardment. Pp. 399-414.17. Marcuse, Dietrich. A Further Discussion of Stimulated Emission of Bremsstrahlung. Pp. 415-430.18. Cravis, H.; Crater, T.V. Pp. Engineering of T1 Carrier System Repeatered Lines. Pp. 431-486.19. Takacs, L. Delay Distributions for One Line with Poisson Input, General Holding Times, and Various Orders of Service. Pp. 487-503.20. Takacs, L. A Single-Server Queue with Feedback. Pp. 505-519.Issue 3:21. Lindner, R. Semiconductor Surface Varactor. Pp. 803-831.22. Paull, M.C. Reswitching of Connection Networks. Pp. 833-855.23. Sandberg, I.W. The Realizability of Multiport Structures Obtained by Imbedding a Tunnel Diode in a Lossless Reciprocal Network. Pp. 857-876.24. Rado, T. On Non-Computable Functions. Pp. 877-884.25. Schepis, A.J. On the Theory of Shrink Fits with Application to Waveguide Pressure Seals. Pp. 885-907.26. Frisch, H.L.; Gordon, S.B.; Vyssotsky, V.A.; Hammersley, J.M. Monte Carlo Solution of Bond Percolation Processes in Various Crystal Lattices. Pp. 909-920.27. Curtis, Harold E. Interference between Satellite Communication Systems and Common Carrier Surface Systems. Pp. 921-943.28. Gucker, George B. Long-Term Frequency Stability for a Reflex Klystron without the Use of External Cavities. Pp. 945-958.29. Flanagan, James L.Models for Approximating Basilar Membrane Displacement - Part II. Effects of Middle-Ear Transmission and Some Relations between Subjective and Physiological Behavior. Pp. 959-1009.30. Rowe, H.E. Approximate Solutions for the Coupled Line Equations. Pp. 1011-1029.31. Rowe, H.E.; Warters, W.D. Transmission in Multimode Waveguide with Random Imperfections. Pp. 1031-1170.Issue 4:32. Tsiang, S.H.; Ulrich, W. Automatic Trouble Diagnosis of Complex Logic Circuits. Pp. 1177-1200.33. Benes, V.E. Heuristic Remarks and Mathematical Problems Regarding the Theory of Connecting Systems. Pp. 1201-1247.34. Benes, V.E. Algebraic And Topological Properties of Connecting Networks. Pp. 1249-1274.35. Meadows, H.E.Solution of Systems of Linear Ordinary Differential Equations with Periodic Coefficients. Pp. 1275-1294.36. Landau, H.J.; Pollak, H.O. Prolate Spheroidal Wave Functions, Fourier Analysis and Uncertainty -- III: The Dimension of the Space of Essentially Time- and Band-Limited Signals. Pp. 1295-1336.37. Scheinman, A.H. A Method for Simplifying Boolean Functions. Pp. 1337-1346.38. Boyd, G.D.; Kogelnik, H. Generalized Confocal Resonator Theory. Pp. 1347-1369.39. Geusic, J.E.; Scovil, H.E.D. A Unidirectional Traveling-Wave Optical Maser. Pp. 1371-1397. 40. Morris, Robert. Further Analysis of Errors Reported in "Capabilities of the Telephone Network for Data Transmission". Pp. 1399-1414.41. Otterman, Joseph. Grade of Service of Direct Traffic Mixed with Store-and-Forward Traffic. Pp. 1415-1437.42. Fraser, J.M.; Bullock, D.B.; Long, N.G. Over-All Characteristics of a TASI System. Pp. 1439-1454.43. Miedema, H.; Schachtman, M.G. TASI Quality - Effect of Speech Detectors and Interpolation. Pp. 1455-1473.Issue 5:44. Nelson, W.L. Phase-Lock Loop Design for Coherent Angle-Error Detection in the Telstar Satellite Tracking System. Pp. 1941-1975.45. Elliott, E.O. Estimates of Error Rates for Codes on Burst-Noise Channels. Pp. 1977-1997.46. Mc Adoo, Kathryn L. Speech Volumes on Bell System Message Circuits -- 1960 Survey. Pp. 1999-2012.47. Cutler, C.C.; Kompfner, R.; Tillotson, L.C. A Self-Steering Array Repeater. Pp. 2013-2032.48. Sandberg, I.W. On the Properties of Some Systems that Distort Signals -- I. Pp. 2033-2046.49. Ohm, E.A.; Snell, W.W. A Radiometer for a Space Communications Receiver. Pp. 2047-2080.50. Brown, W.S. The ALPAK System for Nonnumerical Algebra on a Digital Computer --- I: Polynomials in Several Variables and Truncated Power Series with Polynomial Coefficients. Pp. 2081-2119.51. Musa, J.D.Discrete Smoothing Filters for Correlated Noise. Pp. 2121-2151.52. Evens, M.J.; Myers, G.H.; Timko, J.W. Command Guidance of Telstar Launch Vehicle. Pp. 2153-2168. 53. Yu, E.Y. Spin Decay, Spin-Precession Damping, and Spin-Axis Drift of the Telstar Satellite. Pp. 2169-2193.54. Paul, B.; West, J.W.; Yu, E.Y. A Passive Gravitational Attitude Control System for Satellites. Pp. 2195-2238.55. Fletcher, H.J. ; Rongved, L.; Yu, E.Y. Pp. Dynamics Analysis of a Two-Body Gravitationally Oriented Satellite. Pp. 2239-2266.56. Rice, S.O.Innage and Outage Intervals in Transmission Systems Composed of Links. Pp. 2267-2283.57. Dragone, C.; Hogg, D.C.Wide-Angle Radiation Due to Rough Phase Fronts. Pp. 2285-2296.58. Bennett, W.R.; Rice, S.O.Spectral Density and Autocorrelation Functions Associated with Binary Frequency-Shift Keying. Pp. 2355-2385.59. Bennett, W.R.; Salz, J.Binary Data Transmission by FM over a Real Channel. Pp. 2387-2426.60. Lucky, R.W.A Functional Analysis Relating Delay Variation and Intersymbol Interference in Data Transmission. Pp. 2427-2483.Issue 6:61. Haynie, G.D.; Rosenfeld, P.E. An Automated 20-20,000-cps Transmission Measuring Set for Laboratory Use. Pp. 2501-2531.62. Sandberg, I.W.Signal Distortion in Nonlinear Feedback Systems. Pp. 2533-2550.63. Manley, J.M. A Three-Conductor Elementary Clogston Coaxial Transmission Line --- Calculation, Fabrication and Experiment. Pp. 2551-2574.64. Darlington, Sidney. Linear Time-Varying Circuits --- Matrix Manipulations, Power Relations, and Some Bounds on Stability. Pp. 2575-2608. 65. Li, Tingye. Mode Selection in an Aperture-Limited Concentric Maser Interferometer. Pp. 2609-2620.66. DiDomenico, M. Jr.; Anderson, L.K. Broadband Electro-Optic Traveling-Wave Light Modulators. Pp. 2621-2678.67. Byrne, C.J.; Karafin, B.J.; Robinson, D.B. Jr. Systematic Jitter in a Chain of Digital Regenerators. Pp. 2679-2714.68. Curtis, Harold E. Satellite System Interference Tests at Andover, Maine. Pp. 2715-2739.69. Miller, S.E.The Nature of and System Inferences of Delay Distortion Due to Mode Conversion in Multimode Transmission Systems. Pp. 2741-2760.70. Young, D.T.Model for Relating Coupled Power Equations to Coupled Amplitude Equations. Pp. 2761-2764. 71. Enloe, L.H.Interchannel Interference in FM Systems Produced by Continuous Random Mode Conversion in Circular Electric Waveguide. Pp. 2765-2786.72. Young, D.T.Effect of Differential Loss on Approximate Solutions to the Coupled Line Equations. Pp. 2787-2793. 73. Benes, V.E.Markov Processes Representing Traffic in Connecting Networks. Pp. 2795-2837.74. Borenstein, D.P. Spectral Characteristics of Digit-Stimulating Speech Sounds. Pp. 2839-2847.75. Bullington, K.. Reflections from an Exponential Atmosphere. Pp. 2849-2867. 76. Emling, J.W.; Mitchell, D.The Effects of Time Delay and Echoes on Telephone Conversations. Pp. 2869-2891.77. Brady, P.T.; Helder, G.K.. Pp. Echo Suppressor Design in Telepone Communications. Pp. 2893-2917.78. Riesz, R.R.; Klemmer, E.T. Subjective Evaluation of Delay and Echo Suppressors in Telephone Communicaions. Pp. 2919-2941.79. Hill, D.W. Calculation of the Spin-Axis Orientation of the TELSTAR Satellites from Optical Data. Pp. 2943-2960

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        Annual New York Avant Garde Festival [title varies]. Complete set of 19 vintage posters, 1963-1980

      Between 1963 and 1980 the cellist and performance artist Charlotte Moorman (known mostly for her work with Nam June Paik) organized fifteen increasingly elaborate festivals featuring a wide variety of performances in various locations. The first three were at Judson Hall, a small recital hall across from Carnegie Hall (not to be confused with Judson Memorial Church in Greenwich Village). Number 4 was in Central Park. Number 5 took over a Staten Island ferry. Number 6 paraded down Central Park West. The 7th was on two islands in the East River, the 8th, at the Lexington Avenue Armory. Festival number 9 occupied a vintage riverboat docked at South Street Seaport. Number 10 took place in Penn Central boxcars on a track at Grand Central Station. Number 11 was at Shea Stadium; number 12, at Floyd Bennett Field at Gateway National Park in Brooklyn. The World Trade Center was the site of the 13th. Number 14 took place on the Charles River in Cambridge. The final number 15 was at the Passenger Ship Terminal on the Hudson River. **By number 11 (1974) the casts and acknowledgments had grown to the length of movie credits. Among the many hundreds of performers were John Cage, David Tudor, Allan Kaprow, Nam June Paik, Yoko Ono, Allen Ginsberg, Ray Johnson, Joseph Beuys, John Lennon, Max Neuhaus, Yvonne Rainer, Laurie Anderson, Ornette Coleman, Geoff Hendricks, Shirley Clarke, Bob Watts, James Tenney, Meredith Monk, and Al Hansen. **For each of these festivals Charlotte Moorman published a poster, four of them in two versions. She designed the simple first three herself; number four was a collaboration with Jim McWiliams; the remaining eleven were his work. Like the festivals, the posters became larger and increasingly elaborate, with images and text in layers. Number 11 is a riot of color featuring multiple aerial views of Shea Stadium. Number 13 shows the Twin Towers from different views. If number 11 was a riot of color, number 14 is full-fledged revolution. The sequence ends with a 20-color extravaganza. **A few complete sets remain available of approximately 50 that could be assembled from Charlotte Moorman's estate. Numbers 1, 2, 8, and 9 appear in two versions. Please write or call for a complete descriptive list. Some posters also are available singly. Nearly all of these posters that might appear on the current market were folded and mailed. All of these are flat, uncreased, and unmailed, except 2b, 3, and both number 8s. Those four were folded but are unmarked and have been stored flat. Sizes range from 8-1/2 x 5-1/2 inches to 36 x 24 inches. Sets will be shipped in tubes.

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      Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott. 1963. First. First edition. Slight sunning to the extremities of the boards, else near fine in a slightly spine-sunned and price-clipped, very good plus dustwrapper with the usual light rubbing. A nice, presentable copy of the author's increasingly scarce first book. .

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