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        Cowboys and Cattlemen; A Roundup from Montana, the Magazine of Western History

      New York: Hastings House, 1964. hardcover. fine. Many illustrations. xii + 364 pages. 4to, bound in publisher's brown and white pony hide, publisher's slipcase. New York: Hastings House, (1964). One of 199 copies. Signed by the editor, Michael Kennedy. Contains a frontispiece of original art work by Irvin Shope. The art work depicts a middle age cowboy on a horse with his lasso in his hand in a stationary position.

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        As Testimony: The Poem & The Scene

      San Francisco: White Rabbit Press. 1964. First. First edition. Stapled wrappers. About fine. Inscribed by Duncan to Charles Olson: "Dear Charles: This beginning statement of the Exchange for you who are such a source of all my increment of associations. With love, Robert Sept. 8, 1964." Olson taught Duncan at Black Mountain and continued to serve as his mentor. A spectacular association. .

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        Signed Christmas Card

      1964. Measuring 3.25" x 4.75". Handmade Christmas card for 1964. Chinese-theme illustration pasted onto a folded card with a handwritten note: "to cast a Chinese lite on Christmas towards. Robert and Jess 1964 our love and constant wish for your Happy New Year 1965." .

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      Canaveral Press, 1964. with dust jacket NF/NF FIRST EDITION, illustratedy by Reed Crandall, 236 pages, lime green decorated boards ** some light rubbing on upper left hand corder of cover, several pin sized brown spots where spine and front cover join.** dj is cream with green illustration and chocolate brown printing on front, title on spine is in Green,. **dj has very light wear on edges and a small smudge on back. this book is in fabulous condition. origianl price which is still in tact was 3.50. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. Illus. by Reed Crandall. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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      New York: Harper & Row, 1964 - Advance copy (uncorrected proof) of Dick Francis's second book, SIGNED by the author. Text printed on rectos only. One of a handful of copies produced for internal use, few of which have survived. A very good copy in spiral-bound wrappers. An extraordinarily rare state of this important title. We have many other mysteries by Francis in stock; please inquire. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Original watercolour, "Child Taken Hostage"

      Not later than, 1964. Original artwork in ink and watercolour. Approx. 8 ¾ × 12 inches. A fine drawing of a child being carried away in a wicker basket aided by leprechauns, pixies and fairies. Mounted, glazed and framed. Original Lucie Attwell Limited label pasted to reverse of frame stating. Rights: Lucie Attwell 2/6 Picture story Book. Purchased by: Messrs. Dean & Son Ltd. Date: November 1965.

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        Cowboys and Cattlemen; A Roundup from Montana, the Magazine of Western History

      Hastings House, New York 1964 - One of 199 copies. Signed by the editor, Michael Kennedy. Contains a frontispiece of original art work by Irvin Shope. The art work depicts a middle age cowboy on a horse with his lasso in his hand in a stationary position. Many illustrations. xii + 364 pages. 4to, bound in publisher's brown and white pony hide, publisher's slipcase. New York: Hastings House, (1964). [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      Houghton Mifflin Company (1964), Boston - Fourth Printing. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the subject on the front endpaper: "To all my friends/the Lawrence Kleins/from their friend/Lyndon B Johnson." Books genuinely signed by LBJ are quite scarce, this one most especially. I have personally examined more than 50 "signed" copies of this title, and ALL were secretarially signed "with best wishes." The book seems to have been given to various donors and VIPs with this secretarial signature. This particular copy has a more personal inscription. At first thought, one would expect Klein to be the Nobel Prize economist who was one of Jimmy Carter's chief economic advisers; however, he is much more likely the foreman who was in charge of the complete renovation of the Johnson Texas ranch and who attended the same Junction School as LBJ. Slightly cocked. Very Good or better in a price-clipped, Very Good dustwrapper [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Ode to a Highflying Bird

      London; Beat Publications. 1964., 1964. FIRST EDITION. Original white paper-covered boards, printed in black. 12mo. With colour illustrations. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. Shows some handling, and a little edgewear. Very good. Housed in a protective buckram case, titled in gilt to spine. A decent copy of a particularly elusive book. (not to be confused with the 1991 facsmile which was issued in a CD boxset, identical to this first edition but for the imprint amended from 'Beat' to 'UFO'). Rolling Stones' drummer and Jazz afficianado Charlie Watts' charming tribute to his hero, saxophonist Charlie 'Yardbird' Parker, which takes the form of an illustrated poem. Provenance; Ex- Bonhams. Sale13576, Lot 439.

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      - An undated early holograph version of Saul Bellow's only full-length play contained in a ledger-type notebook (8-1/4" x 11-3/8") with marbled paper boards and a black cloth spine. Bellow has subtitled this as "A Work in Progress." Acts I and II of this version are complete in 71 pages with 4 pages of preliminary material for an Act III, all handwritten by Bellow. The 1964 staged version was reduced to two acts. Bellow appears to have written out Acts I & II as a fair copy from previous versions and notes in preparation for completing the play with a new Act III. There are relatively few insertions and corrections in his text of the first two acts which take up about 75% of the notebook. The third act consists mostly of blank pages with 3 pages of rough notes and key speeches including what seem to be the climactic lines of his main character, the comedian Bummidge, who has been undergoing an obsessive self-analysis in the previous acts: "The world was never real for me. But now I see it's more real than I was. I never admitted that it existed. It always knew I was here (he goes around picking up objects & kissing them because they're real). Now what is the theory. Not Momma's womb but my own empty heart?" Laid in to the notebook is a SIGNED typed 12-page fragment of an earlier version of the play, with Bellow's original title, THE CRASH PROGRAM, crossed out in ink and his new title, THE LAST ANALYSIS, written over it. Bellow manuscripts of this size and importance are seldom offered with most already housed in institutional collections. Near Fine and quite exceptional [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc.,. 1964. Octavo,. cloth.. A fine copy in fine dust jacket (the correct first printing jacket. with $5.95 price printed at top right corner of front flap) with a. small closed tear at the lower rear spine fold. A sharp, clean,. bright example of a jacket rarely found in superior condition.. (#129313). First edition. Collects eight robot stories not in I, ROBOT (1950) and reprints his two early robot novels, THE CAVES OF STEEL (1954) and THE NAKED SUN (1957). See Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-49.

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        John Emery

      New York: Privately Printed. 1964. First. First edition. A couple of very faint tape shadows on the pastedowns, slight rubbing to boards still a very near fine copy in leather and papercovered boards as issued. One of only 200 copies. The text of two eulogies delivered at private services for the deceased actor. One of the scarcest Steinbeck items. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        An Extract from A Moveable Feast

      London: Jonathan Cape. (1964). First. Advance excerpt, preceding all other issues (English and American). Large octavo consisting of mimeographed sheets printed rectos only, stapled into printed card covers. Printed letter from Cape's publicity director laid in with order form. Vignettes inspired by the author's profound nostalgia for the halcyon days of his early career. This excerpt prints Chapter One, and Chapter Seventeen, about F. Scott Fitzgerald. Rare. .

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        The History of Pickens County, Alabama 1540-1920

      Carrollton, AL: Clanahan Publication. (1964). First. First edition. 422pp. Fine in a modestly soiled, very good or better dustwrapper with a couple of light stains and a small, shallow chip at the crown. An exhaustive history of an Alabama county, this copy is Inscribed by Harper Lee to a friend: "To Roberta: Hope you enjoy this as much as I did. Love, Nell." Lee's love of Alabama history is well-known, and she has written at least one essay to that effect of which we are aware. Bought by us in the depths of Alabama during a recent buying trip. A very interesting book. .

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        [Tickets]: 1964 and 1965 Rolling Stones Concert Tickets

      New Brighton [and] Singapore: Tower Ball Room and The Cavern Club [and] Singstar Associates Ltd. / Badminton Hall. 1964 [and] 1965. Two tickets framed together under glass. Unexamined out of the frame, but they appear fine. 1. The earliest is a numbered ticket (#4186) approximately 3.5" x 4.5" printed on pale green paper for a show at the Tower Ballroom in New Brighton (U.K.) on 10 August 1964 for The Cavern presentation of the Rolling Stones plus the 12 finalists in the Rael-Brook/Cavern Club 1964 Beat Group contest. Slight age-toning, else fine. This was part of the Stones' 3rd British Tour. [With] 2. Numbered ticket (#0272) is approximately 6.5" x 4" printed with the band's faces on darker green stock (with perforated stub attached) for The Big Beat Show at Badminton Hall in Singapore on 16 February 1965. Seat location handwritten in, apparently as issued, else about fine. Reportedly at the one-night only appearance the crowd was so excited that a wall erected for the concert collapsed. .

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      Milano 1964 - Pregevole ril. in tela in elegante custodia., dorso in cuoio, caratteri oro, cm 45x31, pp 16 di t. di cui alcune ripiegate, 103 disegni in facsimile con diverse tonalità di colori, stampato su carta fabbricata appositamente. Ottimo esemplare.

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        You Only Live Twice

      London: Jonathan Cape. (1964). First. First edition, second state ("First published March 1964"), binding A. Fine in fine dustwrapper. One of the best Bond novels, in which M., worried that 007 is cracking up after the assassination of his wife, packs the agent off to Japan to shock him back into service. Basis for the fifth Bond film, co-scripted by Roald Dahl, in which Sean Connery battled Donald Pleasance. .

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        Killer in the Rain (First Edition, review copy)

      Houghton, Mifflin, Boston 1964 - First Edition,first printing. REVIEW COPY, with publisher's slip and press release laid in. Fine in an about Near Fine dust jacket. Jacket is bright, with some shallow creasing at the heel, and minute rubbing to a couple of corners. The first collection of these Black Mask short stories that originally appeared in Black Mask between 1935 and 1941. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Autographed Letter - SIGNED

      August 21, 1964 - Handwritten two page letter on "Honeysuckle Hill" letterhead dated August 2 1, 1964. Letter includes the following content. "Dear Mr. Mason, / I had no address for / Mr. Nelier's- and have been hoping someone would / communicate with me - / So I can return his script / as he must remember, I am an admirer of his work and / wish I liked his story better / For me - I think it has to / do with the fact - I am / hoping to leave the murder area which seems to / follow me wherever I go at / this point. This not / Mr. Nelier's fault - it is just / bad timing for me. / Again - apologies and / thank you for writing me. / Sincerely, / Bette Davis / August 21, 196 4" written in green ink. Davis studied drama in New York and began her career with bit stage parts in 1926. She went to Hollywood in 1931, playing in minor roles until her characterization of Mildred, the Cockney waitress in Of Human Bondage (1934), established her reputation as an important actress. In 1935 she won the Academy Award for her powerful portrayal of the aging alcoholic star in Dangerous (1935). Other notable films of the 1930s were The Petrified Forest (1936), Jezebel (1938), for which she won her second Academy Award, Dark Victory (1939), and The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939). Throughout this period, Davis waged bitter court battles to break her contract with Warner Brothers Studio, which had refused to relinquish control over her screen material and to consistently give her the excellent roles that she coveted. Fine Condition [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Tree And Leaf - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      George Allen & Unwin, Ltd., London 1964 - A very attractive First Edition/First Printing in Fine condition in Very Good dustjacket. Published simultaneously with the paperback edition on May 28, 1964; In his essay On Fairy-Stories, Tolkien discusses the nature of fairy-tales and fantasy and saves the genre from those who would otherwise relegate it to juvenilia. This is aptly and elegantly illustrated in the short story, Leaf by Niggle, which tells the story of the artist Niggle, who has 'a long journey' to make and is seen as an allegory of Tolkien 's life [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE CHILL

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf,. 1964. Octavo,. cloth-backed boards.. A small very light stain to lower front cover, a nearly fine copy in. very good or better dust jacket with light shelf wear to spine ends. and a few light soil spots to front panel. (#132058). First edition. A presentation copy with signed inscription by Millar to noted Canadian author and educator Marshall McCluhan: "For Marshall / with affection / and admiration / Ken." Marshall McCluhan spent time guest teaching in Santa Barbara where he and Millar met and became lifelong friends. The Eleventh Lew Archer detective novel. Hubin (1994), p. 527.

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        The Chill.

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1964 - Octavo. Original red cloth backed blue boards, titles to spine gilt, red top-stain. Top-stain and top edge of boards faded. An excellent copy in the jacket with a few small nicks, a short closed tear, and a slightly faded spine panel. First edition, first printing. Inscribed by the author, using his real name Kenneth Millar, on the front free endpaper "For Stretch with admiration and affection, Ken". Stretch was a Santa Barbara neighbor of the author. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        The Autobiography of Malcolm X

      New York: Grove Press. (1964). First. First edition. Front hinge professionally repaired, else very near fine in a price-clipped, near fine dustwrapper with small tears and rubbing at the spine ends, but none of the usual fading to the light-sensitive orange spine lettering. Malcolm X's autobiography as related to Alex Haley, the first book for both. The first printing is remarkably scarce. Basis for the excellent 1972 documentary Malcolm X, as well as the 1992 Spike Lee film Malcolm X, featuring Denzel Washington in the title role. .

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        The Naked Lunch

      John Calder, UK 1964 - London, John Calder, 1964. Hardback first edition and first impression. A very good copy. The jacket has bumping and creasing to the edges, a couple of short tears and one longer at 10mm. The book has an inscription to the front pastedown, a previous owner's blindstamp to the FFEP, spotting to the rear endpaper. Below the title however Burroughs has signed this "William S. Burroughs / June 13, 1995" [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOLIDS AND STRUCTURES, 30 Volumes/Jahrgänge: 1 (1965) - 31 (1994). ISSN: 0020-7683. Without Volume 14 (1978), Volume 30 (1993) is incomplete.

      New York : Pergamon Press, 1964 - 1994.. 30 Jahrgänge in 49 Bänden und mehreren Einzelheften. Bibliothekseinband. 30 Jahrgänge!! 30 Volumes!! 49 Bänden un mehreren Einzelheften! Fest eingebunden. Der Titel stammt aus einer aufgelösten Spezialbibliothek für Luft- und Raumfahrt und ist mit entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen versehen. Jahrgang 14 (1978) ist leider nicht mehr vorhanden. Jahrgang 30 (1993) wurde nicht eingebunden (Einzelhefte), dort fehlen die Ausgaben 18 und 21. Heft Nr. 1-7 und 9-12 dieses Jahrgangs sind allerdings doppelt. Einbände leicht berieben und etwas angestaubt. Die ersten drei Jahrgangsbände sind mit transparenter Schutzfolie überzogen. Seiten sauber, teilweise aber gewellt. Bindungen fest. Brauchbarer Zustand. Mehr Fotos und Angaben zu den Versandtkosten schicken wir Ihnen gern auf Anfrage. Bitte beachten Sie unser reichhaltiges Angebot an antiquarischen Zeitschriften. // From library-stock. Without volume 14 (1978). Volume 30 (1993) not bound in hard-cover, the issues no. 18 and 21 are missing, the issues no. 1-7 and 9-12 are doublets. Covers with light shelf wear. Pages clean, but partly currogated. Acceptable condition. More pictures on demand. Please ask for shipping-fees. zqx mbx jqx

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      El Mochuelo Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA 1964 - The first printing of one of 1,500 copies; published in 1964 as Monograph Number One be El Mochuelo Gallery. A near fine copy of the book marred only by the inevitable glue browning to the pastedowns/endpapers. Slipcase near fine with some rubbing to the bottom edge. This copy has been inscribed by Harry Callahan ' For Kate ' ( Kate Franks, a former protege of Callahan's at the Rhode Island School of Design. ) An uncommon title, particularly signed or inscribed. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Dezember. "Bois de Noël". Zwölf handkolorierte Holzschnitte von Oskar Dalvit. Text von Ernst Jünger.

      - Zürich, Arcade-Presse 1964. 17,8 : 16,4 cm. 34,(4) S., 1 w.Bl. Orig.-Halbpergamentband mit RTitel in Gold u. blauem Büttenbezug in büttenbezogenem Orig.-Schuber. 5. Druck der Arcade-Presse, Zürich. – Erste Ausgabe. – Des Coudres/Mühleisen B 51. – Wilpert/Gühring (Ernst Jünger) 100. – Eines von insgesamt 120 gedruckten Exemplaren, hier eines der 75 für den Verkauf (ferner 45 römisch nummerierte Belegexemplare für den Künstler und die Mitarbeiter). – Druckvermerk von Jünger und Dalvit in Tinte signiert. – Sämtliche Farbholzschnitte wurden vom Künstler von Hand überarbeitet und sind mit gedruckter Datierung von 1947 bis 1959 versehen. Die 11 Holzschnitte auf Japanpapier u. 1 auf schwarzem Papier wurden von Alfred Judex mit der Handpresse gedruckt. Der Textteil in 16 P Poliphilus von Hand gesetzt und auf handgeschöpftes Bütten "Richard-de-Bas" gedruckt. – DABEI: Prospekt / Subskriptionsanzeige zu diesem Druck mit 1 Orig.-Farbholzschnitt als Farbvariante des 10. Schnitts im Buch u. einer Textseite, 1 gefalt. Doppelblatt, ebenfalls auf Bütten gedruckt. – Schuberkanten stellenweise etwas verblasst, sonst tadelloses Exemplar des zweifellos schönsten Buches Oskar Dalvits. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Handbook of Middle American Indians

      University of Texas Press, Austin 1964 - 22 volumes: volume 1, Natural Environment and Early Cultures: viii, 570pp with maps, tables, plates, illustrations and index with some foldouts; volume 2 and 3, Archaeology of Southern Mesoamerica: [viii]+[560]-[viii]+[561]-1084pp with illustrations, plates tables, maps and index with some foldouts; volume 4, Archaeological Frontiers and External Connections: viii, 367pp with plates, illustrations, tables, maps and index, some foldouts; volume 5, Linguistics: 402pp with maps, some fold out and tables; volume 6, Social Anthropology: viii, 597pp with illustrations, maps, plates, figures, tables and index; Volume 7 and 8, Ethnology: [viii]+[576]+[viii]+[579]-965pp, with tables, maps, plates, figures, illustrations and index; volume 9 Physical Anthropology: viii+296pp with multiple foldout tables, maps (errata laid in) and index; volume 10 and 11, with over 103 figures, plates, drawings, illustrations, tables, maps and index; viii+[458]+[viii]+[459]-903pp with illustrations, figures, tables, maps, plates and index with some foldouts; volume 12, 13, 14 and 15, Guide to Ethnohistorical Sources: xiv+[462]pp; xiv+462pp; x+[310]+[xii]+[311]+724pp with over 103 figures, plates, illustrations, tables and index; volume 16, Sources Cited and Artifacts Illustrated:324pp; Supplement 1, Archaeology:xii+463pp with tables, maps, figures, illustrations, plates and index; Supplement 2, Linguistics: x+146pp; Supplement 3, Literatures: x+195pp with index; Supplement 4, Ethnohistory: vii+232pp with maps, tables and index; 5, Epigrphy: vi+195pp with maps, diagrams, tables and index; Ethnology: viii+340pp with maps, plates, diagrams, tables, bibliography and index. Quarto (10 3/4" x 7 1/2") issued in brick red cloth with silver and black stamping to spine. Robert Wauchope was the volumes general editor through volume 16 and Victoria Reifler Bricker became the general volume editor for the supplements. From the library of Professor George M Foster. 1st editions. This is an attempt at a definitive encyclopaedia of the environment, archaeology, ethnology, social anthropology, ethnohistory, linguistics and physical anthropology of the native peoples of Mexico and Central America. The Handbook was assembled at the Middle American Research Institute of Tulane University with the aid of grants from the National Science Foundation. George McClelland Foster, Jr born in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on October 9, 1913, died on May 18, 2006, at his home in the hills above the campus of the University of California, Berkeley, where he served as a professor from 1953 to his retirement in 1979, when he became professor emeritus. His contributions to anthropological theory and practice still challenge us; in more than 300 publications, his writings encompass a wide diversity of topics, including acculturation, long-term fieldwork, peasant economies, pottery making, public health, social structure, symbolic systems, technological change, theories of illness and wellness, humoral medicine in Latin America, and worldview. The quantity, quality, and long-term value of his scholarly work led to his election to the National Academy of Sciences in 1976. Virtually all of his major publications have been reprinted and/or translated. Provenance from the executor of Foster's library laid in. Condition: All volumes have Foster's stamp on front end paper, except the supplements 2 through 6 which are as new. An occasional word underlined by Foster in the texts. Jacket spines sunned. Supplement 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and six issued without jackets. Over all a better than very good set in like jackets. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Roosevelt After Inauguration

      New York: F*ck You Press. January 1964. First. First edition. Covers by Allen Ginsberg. 24mo. 12pp., printed on one side of various colored sheets. Stapled paper wraps. Fine. Signed by Burroughs. A mimeo from the F*ck You Press limited to 500 copies. It contains the missing section from the Ginsberg/Burroughs's book The Yage Letters originally printed in Floating Bear #9, which led to the arrest of LeRoi Jones and Diane di Prima for indecency (the charges were later dropped). It was intended to be published a second time in City Lights but the English printer refused. Publisher Ed Sanders happily took up the cause. Maynard & Miles A9. .

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        Claes Oldenburg: Limited Ed. Lithography from the "1 Cent Life" One Cent Life"Portfolio

      Bern Kornfeld 1964 - This is an original 2 sheet lithograph by Claes Oldenburg, from the "1 Cent Life" (One Cent Life) portfolio; paper size of the double sheet: 16 -1/8 x 23 in.; it is folded in the middle as issued by publisher; the lithograph is printed on Arches; published in an edition of 2000 copies; the image on the back left of the lithograph is "photographs of some of the contributing artists" to the complete portfolio, and on back of the right is a blank white page; the lithograph is signed in the plate (not hand signed) at bottom right with his initials "C O"; just a small crease at top & bottom of the fold, otherwise in VERY GOOD COND.

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        Senorita Rio (Limited Ed. Lithography by Mel Ramos: from the "1 Cent Life" (One Cent Life) Portfolio

      Bern Kornfeld 1964 - This is an original 2 sheet lithograph by Mel Ramos, from the "1 Cent Life" (One Cent Life) portfolio; titled of image: "Señorita Rio"; the Walasse Ting poem opposite image "America", on the back is just part of 2 of poems by Ting's poem "i am fall in love" & "Big Universe not Empty"; paper size of the double folded sheet: 16 -1/8 x 23 in.; image size: 15-1/2 x 16-1/4in; it is folded in the middle as issued by publisher; the lithograph is printed on Arches; published in an edition of 2000 copies; it is not signed; some small creases at top & bottom of the fold and a few to the edges, otherwise image in VERY GOOD COND.

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        Sam Francis Limited Ed. Lithography from the "1 Cent Life" (One Cent Life) Portfolio

      Bern Kornfeld 1964 - This is an original 2 sheet lithograph by Sam Francis from the "1 Cent Life" (One Cent Life) portfolio; on the back is part of a print by Alan Davis, and parts of 2 poems by Ting "rainbow world" & "casanova lose face"; paper size of the double sheet: 16 -1/8 x 23 in.; it is folded in the middle as issued by publisher; the lithograph is printed on Arches; published in an edition of 2000 copies; a small crease to the right margin on the front of the sam Francis, just a small crease at top & bottom of the fold, otherwise in VERY GOOD COND.

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        "FARNHAM'S FREEHOLD" [novel]. TYPED MANUSCRIPT, SIGNED (TMsS), the first third of the novel , first carbon copy

      Pages soiled by compositor's dirty fingers, some offset and smearing. of carbon but perfectly legible, some edge nicks and faint creases,. old stab marks in upper edges of some leaves, but overall in very. good condition. (#103460). The setting copy, extensively copy-edited and marked up for the printer. 205 leaves, doubled-spaced, typed on rectos only, plus ribbon-copy cover sheet with story blurb. The novel was published as a three-part serial by IF magazine in the July, August and October 1964 issues before its book publication later that year by G. P. Putnam's Sons. This is the magazine setting copy for the first installment. It is signed in blue ball point ink on the first page by Heinlein and the magazine's cover sheet is marked "July IF" in blue ink, presumably in Heinlein's hand. The manuscript has numerous handwritten editorial changes in pencil and red ink (most likely by Frederik Pohl), mostly excisions and, less frequently, brief insertions of text, as well as instructions for the printer. The editor has cut over 60 separate passages, ranging from a line to a page; about 5-10% of the text. The present manuscript thus preserves a significantly different version of Heinlein's text. The novel was written during the fall of 1962, with the Cuban Missile Crisis in the background, and was originally called GRAND SLAM. Heinlein biographer William Patterson writes, "GRAND SLAM was a very uncharacteristically pessimistic book, with the protagonist tossed from situation to situation and having no control over his own destiny. It was written at astonishing speed -- 25 days for a 500 page typescript (about 150,000 words, or nearly 6,000 words per day) -- probably the only way Heinlein could have sustained the dark mood". This work has been described as a "long and opinionated novel of ideas, invokes rather unpleasantly a Black despotism in the USA of the far future - and begins to fully articulate a theme that obsessed the late RAH: the notion of the family as utterly central" (Clute and Nicholls [eds], The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction [1993], p. 556).

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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