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        The Orchard Keeper

      Random House, 1965 A fine first edition in a near fine dust jacket. First Edition stated on the copyright page. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine.

      [Bookseller: Bookbid Rare Books]
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        THE ORCHARD KEEPER

      New York: Random House, (1965). First Edition. Hardcover. Small red ink remainder mark to bottom bulked edge of text. Close to Fine in a complete, close to Fine dustwrapper with just minor darkening to the spine. A particularly attractive copy of McCarthy's first book, now quite uncommon in this condition.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Aspects of the Theory of Syntax

      Cambridge: The M.I.T. Press, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Like New. First edition, first printing. x, 251 pp. Original navy cloth with gilt spine lettering. Fine in Near Fine unclipped ($7.50) dust jacket. Tiny owner name written on paste down sitting underneath front flap; pages otherwise clean and quite bright. Jacket has a small closed tear on the bottom of the front panel, tiny creased closed tear at top, tiny chip at back panel upper corner, very subtle sunning to spine panel but generally quite attractive. A lovely copy of a rare early book by the distinguised linguist and radical political thinker. Quite influential, it was hailed by John Rawls as an important influence on his Theory of Justice; some linguists have even claimed it launched a "Second Cognitive Revolution," following the Enlightenment.

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        Poemet sans rossignol. Dikter utan näktergal.

      Paris. KWY. 1965. Oblong 4:to, 16 pp, loose as issued in printed wrappers, blue cloth cover and matching slipcase. Screen printed handwritten text in Swedish and French. With 6 tipped in original screen prints by Rene Bertholo. Each of the prints is signed , dated (1962) and numbered in pencil by the artist. Edition of 50 copies, this is numbered 40 and signed by Söderberg and Bertolo on the colophon page.Rene Bertholo (1935-2005) is considered one of the most important artists to have emerged from Portugal during the last century. In 1958 he moved to Paris and was one of the starters of the magazine "KWY". The screen print presented in this book are typical of the work Bertolo was producing in the early 1960s.

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        Derriere le Miroir. No. 154

      Maeght editeur, Paris 1965 - Kandinsky: Bauhaus de Dessau. 1927-1933. Seven colour lithographs after Kandinsky, of which two are double-page. Bought decades ago at the Maeght Gallery and stored since, the cover and contents are in mint condition. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Hallelujah Die Hügel [Hallelujah the Hills] (Original German poster for the 1963 film)

      Peter-Presse / Atlas Films, Munich 1965 - Original 1965 German A1 poster for the 1963 US film. Designed by Heinz EdelmanFrom the collection of noted film historian Amos Vogel. Full provenance available.An iconoclastic, utterly American underground film best understood by way of the reactions it receives from viewers outside the US. Time Out Guide notes: "a highpoint from the 'innocent' years of American underground cinema, and something of an enduring delight for real film buffs. Mekas' comedy starts from an enthusiastic parody of French 'new wave' concepts like using two actresses to play one character, and manages to go on to incorporate references (part satire, part homage) to what seems like every other branch of cinema extant . from samurai movies to Chaplinesque slapstick.hitting the intended tone between love and skepticism."Jean-Luc Godard: "Next to the two big shots of the New York School, Clarke and Cassavetes, [Mekas] seemed a poor relative, especially since people got him confused with his brother [Jonas Mekas]. 'Hallelujah the Hills' [proves] clearly that Adolfas is someone to be reckoned with. He is a master in the field of pure invention, that is to say, in working dangerously, 'without a net. His film, made according to the good old principle, "one idea for each shot," has the lovely scent of fresh ingenuity and crafty sweetness. Physical efforts and intellectual gags are boldly put together. The slightest thing moves you and makes you laugh: a badly framed bush, a banana stuck in a pocket, a majorette in the snow. He shows life as defined by Ramuz: 'As with a dance, such pleasure to begin, a piston, a clarinet, such sorrow to be done, the head spins and night has come.'"23 x 33 inches, non-archivally mounted on board. Light soil overall. Very Good plus overall.Shipping billed at cost.

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        Sparrow Socks

      Harper & Row, New York 1965 - This charming and memorable story about the McFee family and their sock machine is the sort parents, uncles, and aunts want to pass on to the next generation. The McFee's amazing sock machine (wonderfully illustrated!) whirrs less and less as the good people of Scotland begin to buy their socks at the big stores downtown, rather than from the little factory's storefront. Young Angus McFee finds his sparrow friend shivering and makes for him a tiny pair of red-and-white striped socks. The other sparrows decide, "We mun have socks too!" and suddenly Angus is making hundreds of wee pairs of socks. Alas, he uses up all the yarn in the wonderful sock machine! But then something wonderful happens . . . . This copy is an apparent first edition with the correct price on the jacket flap. The book is clean and tight with crisp pages and no previous owner name or marks. The dust jacket has some light soil--it is mostly white, so everything shows--but has no chipping or tears. Scarce in jacket, scarce in first, scarce in this condition! Please see photos. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Barbara Mader - Children's Books]
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        HALF OF PARADISE

      Houghton-Mifflin Co, Boston 1965 - Octavo. SIGNED BY JAMES LEE BURKE ON TITLE PAGE without personalization. 312pp. Author's first book. Bound in light brown cloth lettered in dark brown, spine lettering white over brown; a fine copy in very good, unclipped dust jacket with light stain to top edge of rear panel and light edge wear. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        HISTORICAL SKETCH OF NASA

      National Aeronautics and Space Administration, WASHINGTON 1965 - INGLESE Coperta morbida leggermente ingiallita ai bordi, numerose illustrazioni in nero in pagine con lievissimi segni del tempo

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        Unique Photo-Album containing original photographs depicting Japanese landmarks and Japan's iconic cultural symbols [WITH 66 SILVER GELATIN PRINTS]

      NP, [Budapest] 1965 - Oblong folio (13 3/4 x 20"). [30] tissue-guarded leaves. Original string-bound and gilt-ruled blue cloth. Created by the Japanese Embassy in Budapest, Hungary, this unique photo-album contains 66 original silver gelatin prints depicting Japan's spectacular natural and architectural landmarks, as well as various aspects of its traditional art and culture (Japanese dolls, Bunraku, Noh and Kabuki Theatres), and faith (Buddhism). In order of appearance, the photographs featured in this album are the following:(Recto of first leaf) - The Sankeien Garden (2 photographs): Opened to the public since 1906, the Sankeien Garden is a vast classical Japan garden covering over 175000 square meters which exhibits a number of historic buildings from across Japan. These buildings include a three storied pagoda located high up on a hill deep inside the garden. This pagoda, originally constructed in Kyoto in the mid-1400s, was relocated to Sankei-en in 1914. The entire garden was once the private home of Tomitaro "Sankei" Hara (1869-1939) an extremely wealthy silk merchant. (Verso of first leaf) - Yomeimon Gate at the Nikko Toshogu Shrine (1 photograph): Designated a National Treasure, and one of the most beautiful gates in Japan, Yomeimon Gate is said to have been given the name "Main Gate of the Imperial Court." It is also called "Gate of the Setting Sun" because one could gaze upon it all day and never tire. It is covered with over 500 carvings depicting traditional anecdotes, children playing, sages and wise men. (Recto of second leaf) - The Kofuku-ji Temple (1 photograph): Kofuku-ji is a Buddhist temple that was once one of the powerful Seven Great Temples, in the city of Nara. The structure is one of the eight Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. - The Himeji Castle (1 photograph): : Located in Himeji (Hyogo Prefecture), this hilltop Japanese castle complex is regarded as the finest surviving example of prototypical Japanese castle architecture. It comprises a network of 83 buildings with advanced defensive systems from the feudal period.(Verso of second leaf) - Traditional bronze Japanese lanterns at a temple in Kyoto.(Recto of third leaf) - Osaka Castle (2 photographs): Located in Chuo-ku, Osaka, the castle is one of Japan's most famous landmarks as it played a major role in the unification of the country during the 16th century of the Azuchi-Momoyama period. (Verso of third leaf) - The Sarusawa Pond behind Kofuku-ji Temple at cherry blossom time (1 photograph); - A winter-view of a Japanese lake, with a bridge in the background (1 photograph).(Recto and verso of fourth leaf) - Matsumoto Castle (3 photographs): Located in the city of Matsumoto (Nagano Prefecture), the building is one of Japan's premier historic castles, along with Himeji Castle and Kumamoto Castle. It was completed in the 16th century, and since then has maintained its original wooden interiors and external stonework. At verso is a photograph of the castle ground, with the bridge, moat and pond. (Recto of fifth leaf) - Himeji Castle (1 photograph): See recto of second leaf; - A view of the Hirosaki Castle at cherry blossom time. Built in 1611, the building is a hirayama-style Japanese castle, and was the seat of the Tsugaru clan.(Recto of sixth leaf) - Himeji Castle (2 photographs). One view of the castle during spring-time, and one view of the same castle during winter-time.(Recto of seventh leaf) - Todaiji Temple (1 photograph): One of Japan's most fanous and historically significant temples and a landmark of Nara, Todaiji Temple was constructed in 752 as the head temple of all provincial Buddhist temples of Japan. Its influence grew so powerfully that the captital was moved from Nara to Nagaoka in 784 in order to lower the temple's influence on government affairs; Himeji Castle (1 photograph): Another view of this spectacular castle already featured in the two previous leaves. (Recto of leaf 8) - An unidentified Japanese temp [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        IN COLD BLOOD.

      Random House (1965)., New York: - First edition. Number 483 of 500 SIGNED numbered copies. His most famous book made into two movies and a made-for-TV movie. Fine in original acetate and slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Chroniques. 1954-1964.

      Gallimard, 1965, in-8 relié dos basane orné à 6 nerfs, couverture conservée, 415 pages. l'édition originale a été tirée à 42 exemplaires sur vélin pur fil Lafuma-Navarre numérotés de 1 à 42. Il a été tiré en outre, hors commerce et réservés à l'auteur, dix exemplaires tirés sur parcheminé de couleur et marqués de A à J. Un des 10 exemplaires hors commerce, exemplaire B. Bel envoi de l'auteur à José Cabanis. Menus frottements au dos et aux nerfs. Rousseurs à toute la couverture. Excellent état intérieur. Envoi en recommandé, 10 Euros en sus.

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        Lavori in corso

      Milano , SCHEIWILLER, 1965 - Versi e una nota di Vittorio Sereni. 5 incisioni originali di Attilio Steffanoni, numerate, firmate e datate a matita, ciascuna entro camicia (cm 40x14, foglio 55x28). Cm (cm 57x29,5). pp. 28 non numerate. . Molto buono (Very Good). Le incisioni (solo due in maniera piuttosto consistente), il quartino finale e il fondo della cartella sono interessati da fori di tarlo (The last two prints and sheets and the back of the slip-case have several worm-holes). Prima edizione di 30 + 5 es. numerati. [Gambetti, 2007]. Frammenti e versi sciolti in facsimile, in parte tratti da Gli Strumenti Umani, e una nota. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Hombre (Original screenplay for the 1967 film, working script)

      Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1965. Revised draft script for the 1967 film. Copy belonging to an uncredited member of production, with notations throughout in holograph ink. One of the great Westerns, and one that epitomizes the revisionist trend sparked by Elmore Leonard's early novels of the 1950s and 1960s. Newman plays a white man who was raised by the Apaches, and has since had to straddle two worlds, feeling truly comfortable in neither. While riding a stagecoach, he is subject to the racial bias of banker Fredric March and March's snooty wife Barbara Rush. In truth, March is an embezzler, a fact that comes out when the coach is held up by murderous bandit-chief Richard Boone. When the passengers fight back, Boone takes Rush as a hostage. Newman proves himself the bravest of the passengers, systematically and intelligently outwitting the bandits one by one, invoking Leonard's brilliant "white flag" scenario from the novel in the process. Shot on location in Arizona. Cream titled wrappers, noted as REVISED SCREENPLAY on the front wrapper, dated June 29, 1965. Title page present, dated June 29, 1965, noted as Revised Screenplay, with credits for screenwriters Ravetch and Frank. 133 leaves, with last leaf of text numbered 131. Mechanically reproduced on eye-rest green stock. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus, bound internally with three gold brads. Hardy, The Western, p. 304. Hitt, pp. 233-234, 329. Pitt 1908.

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        Pour Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler.

      - Herausgegeben von Werner Spies. Stuttgart, Hatje 1965. Mit zahlreichen Abbildungen und Faksimiles sowie 8 Original-Lithographien auf Tafeln. 4°. 311 S., 1 Bl. Orig.-Leinen mit illustr. Schutzumschlag. Umschlag mit einer Orig.-Lithographie von Pablo Picasso. Im Schuber. Festschrift zum 80. Geburtstag des berühmten Kunsthändlers. - Eins von 800 Exemplaren (Gesamtauflage: 1000 Expl.). - Die Original-Lithographien von Picasso (2), Elie Lascaux, André Beaudin, André Masson, Suzanne Roger, Eugène de Kermadec, Yves Rouvre und Sebastien Hadengue. - Textbeiträge u. a. von Theodor W. Adorno, Otto Benesch, Max Bense, Wilhelm Boeck, Jean Cassou, Aimé Césaire,Arnold Gehlen, Will Grohmann, Alfred Hentzen, André Malraux, Francis Ponge, Jacques Prévert, Raymond Queneau, John Rewald, Jaime Sabartés, Patrick Waldberg [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TUTTE LE OPERE

      SANSONI, 1965. ITALIANO 0,97 A cura di Luigi Blasucci, coperta semirigida in similpelle rossa con titoli e fregi d'oro al piatto ed al dorso, lievemente usurati gli angoli ed i bordi, pagine leggermente brunite dal tempo e con rara fioritura, fioritura anche ai tagli USATO

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        IN COLD BLOOD

      Random House (1965), New York - Copy #78 of 500 numbered copies SIGNED by the author. Fine in glassine and a Fine slipcase with a bit of sunning along the edges [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Typed letter signed. Les Milandes, 3. I. 1965.

      1965. Folio. 2 pp. Asking the Italian musical publisher Tino Davini for assistance in finding sponsors for her "Université de la Fraternité" at Les Milandes: "Mon ami, Cesare Pavani [...] m'annonce dans son télégramme qu'il y a plus de 600.000 Lires pour une vente de tableaux et dessins par les meilleurs Peintres Italiens [...] Voulez-vous également avoir la bonté de remercier Mr. le Prof. LUCIO FONTANA, pour son aimable geste, ainsi que Mr. l'Architecte, Dott. Bruno Fedrigolli, pour les plans de notre Université de la FRATERNITE que nous allons construire aux Milandes selon sa maquette, dans le cas ou cette maquette nous conviendrait [...] J'ai également sollicité une Audience à Sa Sainteté le Pape et j'ai reçu un mot du Chambellan de Sa Sainteté m'avisant que la date du 3 sollicité ne pouvait se réaliser. J'ai alors envoyé un autre mot, en réponse tant au Saint Siège, qu'à l'Ambassade de France au Vatican pour suggérer que cette audience ait lieu, si possible, le 7 ou le 8 de ce mois, ou éventuellement à une autre date 2 ou 3 jours plus tard. Je désire, en effet, faire coincider ma venue à Rome pour voir également, en même temps que le St. Père, les Professeurs, Architectes, Peintres, etc., etc., en question, ce qui m'éviterait deux voyages couteux [...] A part les Artistes-Peintres, etc.; ne pourriez-vous pas contacter de grands industriels tels que: FIAT, les confiseurs ALLEMAGNE et MOTTO[sic], Machines Fa OLIVETTI etc., etc., pour qu'ils fassent des dons en faveur de notre future Université, ainsi que l'Italie entière, dans ses divers domaines, permettant ainsi à votre pays de contribuer, pour une grosse part, à l'avenir des Milandes et de ses enfants [...]". - Blindstamped "Les Milandes Village du Monde, Capitale du Tourisme du Périgord". - Small damage to edges.

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        La Fin et la manière avec en préface Lettre rouge par Alain Jouffroy

      Paris, Le Soleil Noir, 1965 In-8 (19,4 x 14,7 cm), broché, couverture imprimée, bien complet du cristal illustré par Matta (quelques accrocs), 148 pp., 4 ff. n. ch., triptyque en couleurs gravée à l'eauforte de 41,5 x 16,5 cm. Édition originale. Exemplaire d'artiste comportant, avec 25 autres exemplaires sur Arches, un triptyque en couleurs gravé à l'eau-forte et signé par Matta. .

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        The British Museum Is Falling Down (Signed By The Author)

      he First UK Printing published by MacGibbon and Kee in 1965. The BOOK is in Very Good+ condition. Pushing to the spine ends. A very slight lean with mild rubbing to the lower corners. gilt titling remains bright. The usual toning to the text block and page edges. A little light spotting to the end papers. The WRAPPER is complete and is in Very Good condition. Moderate edge-wear with creasing and rubbing in places. Small amount of tape reinforcement at the spine ends on the verso. The red colouring of the spine has faded in places. The wrapper remains attractive in the removable Brodart archival cover. The book has been Signed by David Lodge to the title page. A ticket for the signing event accompanies this title as provenance. The author's very scarce third novel. Collectible. Ashtonrarebooks welcomes direct contact.

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        Filarete?s Treatise on Architecture. Being the Treatise by Antonio di Piero Averlino, Known as Filarete. Translated with an Introduction and Notes by John R. Spencer. [2 Bde.; komplett].

      New Haven u. London, Yale University Press 1965 - 4°, XXXVIII, 339 S. u. ca. 220 Bl. Faksimile, OLwd. m. Goldpräg., Kapitale min. gedrückt, Vs. tlw. stock- bzw. leimfeckig, sonst tadellos. EA dieser Ausgabe. (= Yale Publications on the History of Art, Bd. 16). Bd. 1: The Translation; Bd. 2: The Facsimile.- Filarete (um 1400-1469) italienischer Bildhauer, Medailleur, Ingenieur, Architekt und Architekturtheoretiker der Renaissance; Averlino gab sich den griechischen Namen Filarete (Tugendfreund). Er ist wahrscheinlich in Florenz geboren und begann dort seine künstlerische Karriere, möglicherweise in der Werkstatt von Ghiberti. Seinen ersten Auftrag als Bildhauer erhielt er von Papst Eugen IV., für den er zwischen 1433 und 1445 ein Bronzeportal für Alt-St. Peter schuf, das später als Hauptportal in den Neubau von St. Peter integriert wurde. Nach einem Aufenthalt in Florenz (1448) und Venedig wurde er auf Empfehlung von Piero di Cosimo de? Medici von Francesco Sforza nach Mailand berufen. Filarete war maßgeblich an dessen ehrgeizigem Projekt einer städtebaulichen Umgestaltung Mailands beteiligt. Der Aufenthalt in Mailand wurde nur von zwei Bauprojekten Filaretes in Bergamo und in Venedig unterbrochen. Von seinen Plänen wurde nur wenig ausgeführt, seine Bauentwürfe und sein Architekturtraktat sind jedoch für die Architektur der Renaissance und den Städtebau des Barock von besonderer Bedeutung. 5100 gr. Schlagworte: Architektur - GeschichteGeschichte - Renaissance [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Desolation Angels

      New York: Coward-McCann, Inc, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first printing. Near Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket with price intact. Slight oxidation to gilt title stamping on spine. Small strip of cloth sunned along top edge. Previous owner address stamp to front free end paper. Light edge wear to dust jacket, with fading and light rubbing to spine panel. A very sharp copy of this posthumously published Keroauc title.

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        Naked Lunch

      Paris: Olympia Press. (1965). Reprint (originally published in 1959). Printed green wrappers. Modest edgewear, slight tear at base of the spine, very good or better, without dustwrapper. Inscribed by Burroughs to poet and publisher Charles Plymell: "for Codeine Charlie, All the best medications. William S. Burroughs RX."[With]: the program for the Memorial Service held for Burroughs in Lawrence, Kansas in 1997. One leaf folded to make four pages, photo illustration of Burroughs on first page. Fine. Plymell has written a brief poem in the program.[With]: a small business card sized poem (different from the one above) printed by the Bottle of Smoke Press: Cut Praises: At William Burroughs' funeral service Lawrence, KS, Aug. 6, 1997. Fine. Signed by Plymell. One of the most influential novels of the post-WWII era with a notable association. Aside from his own poetry, the Kansas-born Plymell was an early 1960s confident of the Beat Generation. Burroughs praised Plymell thusly: "Plymell has as much to say about death as Hemingway did and a lot more to say about it in terms of the present generation stillborn into a world that can offer nothing." In the foreword to Plymell's Apocalypse Rose Allen Ginsberg described Plymell and his friends inventing the Wichita Vortex, a movement of creativity inspired by Kansas which had nevertheless "... driven a host of prophetic youths out of heartland Kansas." Plymell and his wife later founded Cherry Valley Editions, which published work by Burroughs and many others. Plymell also published Zap Comix #1 in 1968. A significant association. .

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        The Smell of Fear: Fourteen Stories.

      London:: Hamish Hamilton,, 1965. . A Near Fine copy with some light foxing spots to all edges in a Near Fine unclipped dust jacket with some foxing. This uncommon collection contains 14 short stories: Blackmailers Don't Shoot, Pearls are a Nuisance, Finger Man, The King in Yellow, Smart-Aleck Kill, Pick-up on Noon Street, Nevada Gas, Spanish Blood, Trouble is My Business, Red Wind, I'll Be Waiting, Goldfish, Guns at Cyrano's, The Pencil. This anthology combines the stories previously published in The Simple Art of Murder and Trouble is My Business with Chandler's first and last stories: Blackmailers Don't Shoot and The Pencil. The Smell of Fear and Killer in the Rain together form a complete collection of Chandler's short crime stories. Of these fourteen classic Chandler stories, two had never before been published in book form: Blackmailers Don't Shoot and The Pencil. .

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        4 puzzle di Valerio Adami Lucio Del Pezzo Mario Schifano Emilio Tadini

      Milano, Studio Marconi, 1965. Catalogo in forma di puzzle della prima mostra organizzata dallo Studio Marconi Scatoletta (16X21X1.3) in cartoncino contenente 4 puzzle a colori su cartone spesso che riproducono alcune delle opere esposte 4 piccole cartoline delle stesse opere b/n col titolo e colophon con indicazioni di tiratura. 500 esemplari numerati. Ns 485

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        The Man with the Golden Gun

      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1965. Octavo. Original black boards, titles to spine bronze, green and white endpapers. With the dust jacket. An excellent copy in the exceptionally bright jacket with tiny nick to head of spine panel. First edition, first impression, second state binding B, without the gun design on the front board. The twelfth James Bond novel.

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        Vinyl and Poor Little Rich Girl world premiere at the Filmmakers' Cinematheque (Original mimeograph poster)

      New York: Andy Warhol, 1965. Vintage mimeograph poster advertising the world premiere of Andy Warhol's seminal films, "Vinyl" and "Poor Little Rich Girl." Photo illustrated with a repeating image of Sedgwick and Malanga from the film. Both films were shot by Warhol at the Factory. Technically, this was the first screening of "Poor Little Rich Girl" and the second screening of "Vinyl" at Jonas Mekas' Filmmakers' Cinematheque (the first screening of "Vinyl" was on June 4, 1965, also at Filmmakers' Cinematheque, according to website Warholstars). Variously cited as Warhol's either most or least "entertaining" film, "Vinyl" is an experimental adaptation of Anthony Burgess' "A Clockwork Orange" (for which Warhol legitimately paid $3000 for rights), but unlike Kubrick's version it is a pop music extravaganza that predicted the many others that would follow, featuring songs by The Rolling Stones, The Kinks, Martha and the Vandellas, The Isley Brothers, and others. Shot by Warhol and Gerard Malanga in Edie Sedgwick's apartment, "Poor Little Rich Girl" was conceived as a "day in the life" of "socialite" Segwick, and was at least conceptually autobiographical. IMDB's description of the story seems to sum up its intentions best: "A young, jobless woman stays in bed, reads, talks on the phone, smokes cigarettes, makes fresh coffee, and tries on some clothes from a large wardrobe." "Vinyl" was Edie Segwick's first speaking role in a Warhol film, preceded by a non-speaking part in Warhol's "Horse" (1965), and "Poor Little Rich Girl" (1965) was the first film to feature Sedgwick as the star. All were made the same year Warhol met Sedgwick, between January and June of 1965. "Vinyl" was filmed unrehearsed, and was also performed live in various stage productions. 11 x 8.5 inches (28.5 x 21 cm). Archivally mounted in a black metal frame with wooden back brace. Near Fine. Maréchal 5.

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        Publicity Postcard, c.1965.

      UK: Fan Club, [c.1965]. - FULLY SIGNED Publicity postcard with (early) photograph of the band to upper side, bordered, with group name, and printed facsimile signatures to reverse side. Fully signed by the classic line-up of Jagger, Jones, Richards, Watts and Wyman. All the printed signatures have been crossed through in blue ballpoint, with Mick and Brian clearly signing beside in blue, photograph side has the remaining autographs of Keith and Bill in black ballpoint, with Charlie signing in blue. Mounted in clip-frame, with display xerox of concealed side. Small area of tape mark (previously stuck in autograph book) to left hand border, not affecting image or text, else in fine condition. A fine set of autographs from the 'Greatest Rock n' Roll Band in the World'. Provenance; Ex Bonhams, Rock n Roll Memorabilia, no.11289 lot 91 (pt.). [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Ltd, PBFA, ABA, ILAB]
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        Typed letter signed

      1965 - EISENHOWER, Dwight D. Typed letter signed. Gettysburg: No publisher, July 13, 1965. Two sheets of letterhead, measuring 7 by 10-1/2 inches. $2200.Delightfully conversational typed letter from Dwight D. Eisenhower to his friend, Harry Anholt, the long-time manager of Denver's Brown Palace Hotel, regarding golf, back maladies, and the weather, boldly initialed by Eisenhower.The letter, typed on Eisenhower's personal stationery and addressed to "Mr. Anholt, Biltmore Hotel, 43rd and Madison, New York, New York, 10017," reads: "July 13, 1965. Dear Harry: Some days ago through Arline and Mamie I learned that you experienced some back trouble that sent you to the hospital. Because I am uncertain, at this moment, as to your location I think I had better send this note to you at the Biltmore Hotel and ask that it be forwarded. I rather suspect that the difficulty you are now having is somewhat similar to the one I experienced about two years ago in California. One day in the middle of a golf game my back began to hurt and got worse as the game progressed. That afternoon I lay down to take a rest and found to my chagrin that I could not get up. I had quite a time and there was brought in for my use a special bed that had electric gadgets which could raise me up to a sitting position or raise both back and knees when I wanted to read. It at least helped me to get in and out of bed and no longer did I have to have Moaney in to help. The pain was really severe when he would try and help me get out of bed. The upshot was that I missed almost four weeks of golf-eight days of which were spent in bed! According to Mamie, Arline said the doctors are just making up their minds whether or not to operate; indicating that your case is much more severe than mine, because at least none of my doctors suggested any cutting. Of course, it is always irksome to lie in bed but I imagine what bothers you most is the impossibility to get on the golf course and keep up with your work in the office. At least that was what I found bothered me. On the other side of the coin, I am lazy and something of a loafer-a tendency that helps be whenever the doctors pin me in bed. After a long dry spell our section had one good rain here but we were so dry that in spite of the fact that the rain came just last week end we need some more right now. I read that New York likewise had a good rain but I doubt that it was enough to alleviate the terrible water shortage that seems to be plaguing New York City. Next Monday Mamie and I are taking off, by train, to northern Wisconsin where we expect to stay about a week or ten days. Both of us send our very best wishes for your quick and complete recovery and, of course, are (sic) affectionate regard to you both, As ever, (signed) D.E." "Moaney," mentioned in the letter, is Sergeant John A. Moaney, Jr., who was Eisenhower's personal aide from 1942 to 1969 and who served as a pallbearer at his funeral. With original envelope bearing Eisenhower Presidential franking stamp. Staple holes, small stain on envelope. Fine condition. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Bauman Rare Books]
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        Lo spazio interno ed esteriore. un'esposizione sull'arte universale / The Inner and the Outer Space. an exhibition devoted to universal art / Der Innere und €ussere Raum. eine Austellung universaler Kunst

      Stenstrom & Barteloson, Malmo 1965 - Text: Hulten K. G., Ligeti Gyorgy et al. cm 29x29; COL e BN; cartoon box. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Golden Gun

      Jonathan Cape; London, 1965 Near fine in a near fine dust jacket. First edition. First published 1965 stated on the copyright page with no mention of further printings. A bright, clean square copy. Very slight foxing on the top edge. Previous owner's name inscribed on the half-title page. Another name is inscribed in ink, along with a personal stamp with a Paris address on the title page. Dust jacket is also near fine. Price clipped. Slight darkening around the edges; and slight rubbing at the corners and spine ends.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine.

      [Bookseller: Bookbid Rare Books]
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        Way of Seeing

      1965 - LEVITT, Helen. A Way of Seeing. Photographs of New York with an Essay by James Agee. New York: Viking, (1965). Oblong octavo, original black cloth, original photographic dust jacket. $3200.First edition of this timeless collaboration between Levitt and Agee, illustrated with 50 black-and-white photogravures of Levitt's lyrical and provocative images."Helen Levitt was the first American photographer to fully comprehend the essence of Henri Cartier-Bresson's photographic message and put it into practice. Like Cartier-Bresson, she understood how to combine intuition and intellect to forge sophisticated, lyrical compositions from commonplace events" (New York Times). According to ArtForum, "Levitt may well be the most celebrated and least known photographer of her time." "Though it did not see print until 1965, A Way of Seeing, Helen Levitt's first published collection of photographs was essentially completed in 1948. All the pictures in it had been taken over the previous decade in the streets of Yorkville, Harlem, and the Lower East Side, and many of them had already been on exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art. James Agee, dead ten years in 1965, had written his essay for the book in 1946". Although Agee may not have been the first writer to apply the word lyrical to Levitt's marvelously serendipitous images of urban street theater, his essay was for some time their most persuasive critical frame. In this edition, his text literally brackets the 50 photos, which are arranged in an episodic montage-bleak, antic, poignant; sometimes melodramatic, often comic-at once suggestively narrative and as ephemeral as a passing glance" (Roth, 178). Agee, Levitt and photographer Janice Loeb (to whom this book is dedicated) also collaborated on two films: The Quiet One (1948) and In the Street (1952). Icons of Photography, 84. Open Book, 214-15. Book fine; light edge-wear, slightest dampstaining to spine head of bright, near-fine dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bauman Rare Books]
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        The Road to Serfdom

      Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1965. Reprint. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. Reprint. Signed by F. A. Hayek on the front free end paper; previous owner name written in ink at the bottom of that page. Near Fine with several creased page corners and light shelf wear, several pages show faint evidence of erased pencil markings.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Around the Year with the Trapp Family [SIGNED]

      London: Pantheon, 1965. 1st Edition, 2nd Issue . Very Good Plus/Good. 6.5 x 9.5 inches (16 x 24 cm). Signed by Author. Dust jacket: Rubbed to rear cover, wear to head of spine, light creasing to top edge, unclipped. Preserved in a removable jacket protector. . Overall jacket condition is Good Plus. Book: Second issue with the scarce 'Sound of Music' film tie-in dustjacket. Blue cloth binding, very clean condition throughout. Signed to front free endpaper by both Maria von Trapp and Julie Andrews. A unique double signed copy. Overall book condition is Very Good Plus. Hardback. Printed pages: 251

      [Bookseller: Tarrington Books]
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        National Association of Bank Women Inc. Banquet at the Beverly Hilton May 22nd, 1965

      [Los Angles]: Beverly Hilton, 1965. Pamphlet. Very good. 8.5" X 5.5" banquet menu and program held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in downtown Los Angeles May 22nd, 1965. Ronald Reagan prominent signature on illustrated cover. Banquet program comes with a 1980 dated C & S Bank envelop. Ms. Thorton was a native of Elberton, Georgia, but lived her professional life in Atlanta where she became the first female VP for Citizens and Southern Bank in the 1950's.

      [Bookseller: Americana Books ABAA]
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        Star over Bethlehem and other stories. Decorations by Elsie Wrigley.

      London: Collins. 1965 First Edition. 79 S. Illustr. Halbleinen mit Schutzumschlag. mit handschriftlicher Widmung und Signatur von Agatha Christie Mallowan auf einem auf dem Schmutztitel montierten Zettel \"... All Best Wishes to you both and my kindest regards from Agatha Mallowan\" - sehr gutes Exemplar Versand D: 4,80 EUR [signed by the author, signiert, Signatur, Widmungsexemplar]

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        Madame Edwarda.

      Paris, Les Editions Georges Visat, 1965, 1 volume in-folio de 395x260 mm environ, 47 pages, en feuillets libres sous chemise rempliée muette et emboîtage de l'éditeur recouvert de percaline parme. Exemplaire N° 69/167, un des 150 exemplaires sur vélin de Rives, complet des 12 cuivres gravés à la point et au burin et signés par Hans Bellmer (11 hors texte). Etui et chemise-étui insolés et tachés, intérieur parfait état. Georges Bataille, né le 10 septembre 1897 à Billom (Puy-de-Dôme), mort le 9 juillet 1962 à Paris, est un écrivain français. Son uvre se compose d'ouvrages de littérature, mais aussi d'anthropologie, de philosophie, d'économie, de sociologie et d'histoire de l'art. Merci de nous contacter à l'avance si vous souhaitez consulter une référence au sein de notre librairie.

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        HALF OF PARADISE

      Boston: Houghton-Mifflin Co, 1965. First Edition. Hard Cover with Dust Jacket. Fine/Very Good. Octavo. SIGNED BY JAMES LEE BURKE ON TITLE PAGE without personalization. 312pp. Author's first book. Bound in light brown cloth lettered in dark brown, spine lettering white over brown; a fine copy in very good, unclipped dust jacket with light stain to top edge of rear panel and light edge wear.

      [Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Half of Paradise

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 1965. The first book by the author of the highly popular, Edgar Award-winning Dave Robicheaux mystery series, among other books. His early books were well-received critically but were seen as "regional" fiction and never enjoyed significant commercial success. His foray into genre fiction earned him high praise as one of the most "literary" of the mystery novelists, and his books soon became instant bestsellers upon publication. Like the Robicheaux books, this is set in the author's home state of Louisiana and is a tale of violence and the quest for redemption, revealing the underpinnings of Burke's later series and his attempt to develop the strands that would define a heroic character in contemporary terms. Signed by the author. Fine in a near fine dust jacket with mild fading and rubbing to the spine. A nice copy of an important first book. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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