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        La patience de Maigret EDITION ORIGINALE Tirage de tête

      Paris: Presses de la Cité, 1965. Fine. Presses de la Cité, Paris 1965, 11,5x16,5cm, broché. - First edition, one of 100 numbered copies on luxury paper, only leading copies. Three small scratches on the boards. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 60 exemplaires numérotés sur papier de luxe, seuls grands papiers. Trois petites éraflures sur les plats.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Aus der Erfahrung des Denkens

      Stuttgart: Neske, 1965. Second edition. 32pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Original wrappers, with light wear. Previous owner's annotations and translations in light pencil throughout. Second edition. 32pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Inscribed by Heidegger. Inscribed by Heidegger "as a souvenir of the visit" on the title page: "F?'r - H- zur Errinerung an der Besuch in Freiburg am 27 Mai 1969"

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Cold Dogs in the Courtyard

      (Literary Times-Cyfoeth), (Chicago) 1965 - Signed by Bukowski with an added small drawing. Mild age toning to the wrappers, and internally clean. In stapled wraps and limited to 500 copies. Krumhansl 16. ; Signed by Author [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bungalow Books, ABAA, RMABA]
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        Half of Paradise [with Signed Bookplate Laid in]

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1965. First Edition. Clean copy of the author's first book, a novel following the struggles of three down-and-outer's in Louisiana. First Printing. Octavo; tan cloth, blocked and titled in dark brown and white on spine and front cover; burgundy topstain; dustjacket; 312pp. Bookplate signed by the author loosely laid in. Subtle fading to topstain, with a small rubbed spot to same, else a tight, Fine copy. Dustjacket is unclipped (priced $4.95), gently spine-sunned, with light shelfwear and a short tear at lower edge of rear panel; Very Good+.

      [Bookseller: Lorne Bair Rare Books]
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        Viaggi tra gli Indi. Alto Rio Negro - Alto Orinoco.

      Rom, Consiglio Nazionale Delle Ricerche, 1965- 1966.. 4 Bände. Bd. 1 = Tukano- Tariana - Baniwa - Maku; Bd. 2 = Gli Indi Yanoama; Bd. 3 = Gli Indi Yanoama - Appendici; Bd. 4 = Dischi ( 15 Schallplatten ). EA. Mit über 500 fotogr. Abb. in Farbe und s/w auf Tafeln, sehr zahlreichen Tabellen und Anhängen sowie einem Schuber mit 15 Schallplatten jeweils im Einzel-Plattenschuber, mit Aufnahmen von Tänzen, Gesängen, Sprachaufnahmen, schamanische Gesänge und Rituale etc. XXI, 553 S. / XXIV, 563 S. / XVIII, 335 S. + Plattenschuber. 4°. Rote, illustrierte OGLn.-Bände. OSchuber. Das Leinen der Kassette und der Bucheinbände ist teilweise leicht angeschmutzt. Teilweise leicht stockfleckig im Schnitt; Vordergelenk innen von Bd. II leicht aufgebrochen. Ansonsten sehr guter Zustand, vollständig, sauber. Komplett auf hochwertigem Kunstdruck-Papier.. Sehr seltenes, umfassendes und hervorragend mit Fotos ausgestattetes Werk. Von besonderem ethnologischen Interesse sind sicher die 15 sehr gut erhaltenen Schallplatten. Limitiert auf 1.500 Exemplare.

      [Bookseller: Kaiapo Fachantiquariat für Ethnologie de]
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        SEMANTOGRAPHY (Blissymbolics) A LOGICAL WRITING FOR AN ILLOGICAL WORLD Second Enlarged Edition

      Semantography (Blissymbolic) Publications 1965 - Signed and inscribed by Charles K. Bliss on front free endpaper in both English and symbols. Second enlarged edition, 1965, hardbound with dust jacket. Previous owner's name in large green marker letters on side, in large black marker inside cover. Love symbol on top and bottom edges. No markings of text noted. Handful or so pages with limited, neat yellow highlighting. Book with shallow fading of green cloth at top edge, one corner tip worn to boards; gentle wear. Jacket in good condition: sealed in plastic, it appears to be intended to be reversed and used as mailing cover for book. In addition, the back of the jacket is used for promoting the book through additional discussion and reasoning. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Alplaus Books]
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        Akkadisches Handwörterbuch. Band I - III. Unter Benutzung des lexikalischen Nachlasses von Bruno Meissner.

      Otto Harrassowitz 1965 - Livre d'occasion Un vol. in-4 en reliure pleine toile bleue d'édition (A.L) + 10 fasc. in-4 br. pour le reste (M-Z + supplément), soit: XVI- 1592pp, texte sur 2 colonnes. Condition : Bonne condition. 5000g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Trait d'Union sarl.]
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        Eisenhower on Churchill "The journey to London was a sad one for me as you know but I did want to pay my last respects to Sir Winston. We will not see his like again?" In a second letter, Ike writes of his forthcoming appearance on a TV show honoring Churchill - Both written to his last White House Chief of Staff and fellow WWII General Wilton B. Persons

      Palm Desert, California, February 24, 1965 & September 20, 1966. 7" x 10.25". "Collection of two letters:1. Typed Letter Signed ""Ike,"" 1p, 7"" x 10.25"". Palm Desert, California, February 24, 1965. To Major General Wilton B. Persons, his last White House Chief of Staff. On Ike's ""DDE"" gilt engraved stationery. Fine condition.Accompanied by Person's retained carbon of his February 4, 1965 letter to Eisenhower. Churchill had died on January 24, 1965; his funeral was held on January 30th. Persons wrote Eisenhower, in part, ""Your going to Sir Winston's funeral was the best thing that has happened to British-American relations for a long time and it made me feel very proud to see you there. Your tribute to him was beautiful and all of our friends from whom we have heard were deeply moved by it. Your presence there was indeed fortunate for our Country...""Eisenhower replied on February 24th, in part, ""The journey to London was a sad one for me as you know but I did want to pay my last respects to Sir Winston. We will not see his like again. I do appreciate your complimentary comments on the little tribute to his memory. Amazingly enough we have been swamped with correspondence about it, and The National Geographic reproduced it in pamphlet form...""Each can be read in its entirety in the images above.2. Typed Letter Signed ""Ike,"" 1p, 7"" x 10.25"". Gettysburg, Pa., September 20, 1966. To Major General Wilton B. Persons, his World War II comrade and last White House Chief of Staff. On Ike's ""DDE"" gilt engraved stationery. Fine condition.In part, ""It was good news to hear that you are fishing again and particularly that you were after some baby tarpon on light tackle; that ought to be real sport ... I am not booked for any 'series' of TV appearances this fall. However, on ABC I will be in one show that is called 'Churchill as a Soldier.' I think it will come out on the anniversary of his death in January...""The Emmy Award winning hour long anthology series ABC Stage 67 was televised by ABC in 1966 and 1967. On January 26, 1967, an episode called ""General Eisenhower on the Military Churchill"" was aired. Hosted by Alistair Cook, this was Eisenhower's last television appearance before his death in 1969.The letter can be read in its entirety in the image above.Provenance:Major General Wilton Burton ""Jerry"" Persons (1896-1977) served as the White House Chief of Staff to President Dwight D. Eisenhower from October 7, 1958 until January 20, 1961 and was Eisenhower's representative in the transition of government between the Eisenhower and Kennedy administrations. He was a career United States Army officer who had entered the U.S. Army Coast Artillery in 1917 and advanced through the ranks to Major General in 1944. He had served in both the American Expeditionary Force in World War I and in Europe in World War II. He headed the office of legislative liaison for the Department of Defense between 1948 and his retirement in 1949.Major General Persons was called back to active duty as a special assistant to General Dwight D. Eisenhower at Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers in Europe from 1951?"1952 and was active on behalf of Eisenhower's presidential campaign in 1952. He became a Deputy Assistant to the President in 1953 and replaced Sherman Adams as Eisenhower's Chief of Staff in 1958.Following the 1960 presidential election, Major General Persons was President Eisenhower's representative in the transition of government between the Eisenhower and Kennedy administrations working out the details for a smooth transfer of government.From the Estate of Major General Wilton B. Persons."

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        The Man with the Golden Gun (First UK Edition, first state)

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1965. First Edition. First Edition, first state with gun embossed in gilt on the front board. Scarce thus. Basis for the 1974 James Bond film directed by Guy Hamilton and starring Roger Moore. Very Good plus in an about Near Fine dust jacket. Ink notation to the front endpaper. Boards lightly spotted, bump to the crown, light foxing to the page edges. Gilt gun lightly spotted, but completely intact and bright. Jacket is edgeworn, with faint toning to the top edge and spine, and a touch of foxing to the rear flap fold. In a custom quarter leather clamshell box. Gilbert, A13a (1.1).

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Wir reisen ins Heilige Land

      Matthias Grünewald-Verlag, Mainz 1965. 116 S. 8° - Oktav (entspricht 18,5 - 22,5 cm) Pappeinband - Gebundenes Exemplar mit Kopffarbschnitt altersgemäß gut erhalten..

      [Bookseller: Guthschrift Antiquariat]
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        Autograph Letter Signed, 2 pp on one 4to sheet of printed personalized stationery, Bridgewater, CT., Oct. 27, 1965

      Philip Evergood writes to Sidney Hill regarding, among other things, Sidney's catalogue of his Charles Dana Gibson show. Sidney Hill was co-owner. at the time, with his brother, Henry, of Berry-Hill Galleries in New York. Henry and Sidney moved from London to New York during World War II and established Berry-Hill Galleries. While they were scholars of and dealers in antiquities and gold boxes, they became known in America for dealing in American art. Berry-Hill had an exhibition from October 1 - November 15, 1965 of "Charles Dana Gibson, 1867-1944: Creator of the 'Gibson Girl'," an exhibition of over 100 original Gibson black and white drawings from the artist's collection. Evergood says that he is a "great admirer of Gibson for in his smooth way he is a social satirist of great stature like George Grosz was in a savage way." Evergood says that he is not sure he will get to see the exhibition because of "my wife's broken arm" and "some of my own problems which include great pressures of work...." Evergood was with Dintenfass Gallery in 1963 and left them to join Ziunta Gerst's Gallery 63 in New York. He exhibited at Gallery 63 and in Rome at their La Galleria 63 during 1963 and 1964. But in 1965 "Gallery 63 suddenly closed without warning" as he tells Sidney in this letter. So, as he also tells Sidney, it was in 1965 that he then went to Hammer Galleries, owned by Victor Hammer. Evergood must have been preparing at this time for what would be his first one-man show with Hammer Galleries which occurred in 1967. He didn't stay long there, however, as, according to details in "Philip Evergood: Never Separate from the Heart," by Kendall Taylor (page 20), in 1970 he left Hammer for Kennedy Galleries. Evergood reminds Sidney that since he was only interested in his work on an exhibition basis, he had to go elsewhere to "seek a permanent anchor," saying that he had "recently... joined the Hammer Galleries." He then speaks highly of owner Victor Hammer who "has great plans to how my work abroad." While in the 1930s, the Hammer Galleries were the first in the west to exhibit the Faberge eggs, by the 1960s they were focused on 19th and 20th century European and American Masters. In a side note, after the P.S., Evergood asks his correspondent if he has "seen the Kahns lately." This reference is most likely to Mr. & Mrs. Harry Kahn (1916-1999) who the Frick Collection "Archives Directory for the History of Collecting in America" lists as an art collector, an investment advisor and a philanthropist who served on the board of the Brooklyn Museum until 1997 and founder of its Contemporary Arts Council. An informative letter showing the working life of the artist, moving from gallery to gallery, preparing for exhibitions, and commenting on other artists. Signed "Phil Evergood" and again with initials in the P.S.

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        Fabulous Lyndon B. Johnson letter: "I am grateful to you for the declaration of support that you give us in our actions in South Viet-Nam and indeed in all that we try to do to preserve freedom and defend justice?" - LBJ also mentions "a booklet just published which outlines the roots of our commitment in Viet-Nam and why we are there?"

      Washington, D.C., August 23, 1965. 7" x10.25". "Typed Letter Signed ""Lyndon B. Johnson"" as President, 1p, 7"" x 10.25"". On pale green White House stationery, Washington, August 23, 1965. To Harold H. Helm, Chairman, Chemical Bank New York Trust Company, New York, New York. Not folded, light pencil notation in upper left, probably by Helm, ""Please Hold for / my scrap book."" Receipt stamping ""H.H.H. / Aug 25 1965"" in lower right. Accompanied by a July 17, 1964 delivery copy of a telegram from President Johnson to Helm, marked ""URGENT,"" inviting him to ""have lunch with me at the White House at 1:00 PM on July 23. An exchange of views with you and other outstanding leaders of our country is I believe important and desirable..."" Also, a news clipping from the July 21st issue of the ""Herald Tribune"" beginning, ""President Johnson, moving swiftly in the wake of Barry Goldwater's nomination, has incited 200 business leaders to a quiet luncheon at the White House tomorrow for what he has termed a private 'exchange of views'. It was also learned that he will have a similar luncheon chat with the nation's top labor leaders Friday [July 23]..."" On July 15, 1964, Arizona Sen. Barry Goldwater had won the Republican presidential nomination on the first ballot. Also present is Harold H. Helm's retained carbon of his August 19, 1965, letter to President Johnson thanking him ""for the delightful dinner at the White House last evening [sic, August 17th]. You were a most gracious host and I am sure that all of us thoroughly enjoyed ourselves as well as the privilege of hearing the Viet Nam presentations and of listening to the other discussions ... As my table drawing made me a writer, I am following instructions and would like to outline the following suggestions briefly..."" Helm mentions ""commercial banks,"" ""monetary policy,"" and ""the overhanging steel-labor negotiations...""In conclusion, Mr. President may I say that we think its unfortunate that some small minority groups have expressed criticism of your conduct in the handling of the Viet Nam problem. We believe this to be relatively unimportant and can assure you that this feeling is by no means the prevailing one in the financial district..."" Among those present at the dinner were the Secretaries of the Treasury, State, Defense, Commerce, and Labor, Presidents of the United Auto Workers Walter P. Reuther and United Steelworkers of America I.W. Abel, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Arthur J. Goldberg, former U.S. Ambassador to Viet-Nam Maxwell Taylor, and numerous other union ad labor leaders. Here offered is President Johnson's August 23, 1965, reply to Helm, in full, ""I am pleased with the thoughtful letter you wrote me. The comments that you make so succinctly and with such clarity I have passed along to Secretary of the Treasury Fowler. I have asked the Secretary to give me his detailed comments on the points that you raised. I am grateful to you for the declaration of support that you give us in our actions in South Viet-Nam and indeed in all that we try to do to preserve freedom and defend justice. I'm sending you an autographed copy of a booklet just published [not present] which outlines the roots of our commitment in Viet-Nam and why we are there."" "

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        In Cold Blood

      Very Good Random House. J Book Condition: Hardcover Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. In Cold Blood FIRST EDITION SIGNED Truman Capote 1965 1st Printing Book

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        All the way home and all the night through [1st Book by Author of Jack's Return Home a/k/a Get Carter]

      New Authors Limited [Hutchinson Group], 1965, Hardcover, Book Condition: Fine, Dust Jacket Condition: very good, First edition. A Near Fine copy of the first edition, first printing, of Ted Lewis' rare debut book (some mild offsetting to free endpapers from dust jacket flaps, modest foxing to free endpapers and a light touch of foxing to the half-title, touch of soiling to page block edges, light surface marking and a mild yawn to the boards) in a Very Good dust jacket (neatly repaired closed tear to the front panel, two fold lines to lower left of front panel, some crease lines to flaps, front flap's lower corner clipped ---- but not price clipped ---- light edge wear, nevertheless, a rather bright and attractive example of the scarce dust jacket). Lewis later authored "Jack's Return Home" (a/k/a "Get Carter"), "The Rabbit", "Plender", and a number of other novels. A nice copy of a very hard book to find, especially when in a condition this nice and in the dust jacket.

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC]
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        Andy Warhol

      Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania, 1965. Unpaginated, but approximately 54 pages. Small format paperback exhibition catalogue, bound with illustrated stiff paper covers and black linen tape spine binding. Ex-library copy, with struck through call number label adhered to front cover, but no other library markings to the interior. Black tape binding is badly deteriorating along the spine, with back cover very nearly detached. There are some light creases to the page with exhibition information and light soiling to the covers from handling. Introductory essay in English, with 27 full page illustrations. Published on the occasion of the exhibition held from October 8-November 21, 1965.. Wrappers. Poor. 7 1/4 x 5 1/2 Inches.

      [Bookseller: Exquisite Corpse, Booksellers]
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        Pour un Malherbe EDITION ORIGINALE Grand papier

      Paris: Gallimard, 1965. Fine. Gallimard, Paris 1965, 19,5x24,5cm, broché. - Original, one of 64 numbered on "pur-fil" paper, only large paper with 26 Holland paper Edition. Beautiful copy. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 64 ex numérotés sur pur fil, seuls grands papiers avec 26 Hollande. Bel exemplaire.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Ex 3. Marzo - Dicembre 1965

      Tangier: EX,, 1965. 11 loose and stapled sections printed on coloured paper, in no fixed order. Housed in the grey cardboard portfolio with titles to covers printed in brown, as issued. In excellent condition. Issued by Burroughs, the folder contains loosely inserted off-prints from "My Own Mag (5)" (a magazine edited Jeff Nuttall which was notorious for its lack of pagination and numbering), together with "Afternoon Ticker Tape" (a magazine edited by Burroughs and mimeographed by Jeff Nuttall).

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        THE SOURCE Limited edition signed by James A Michener

      New York: Random House, 1965. 909 pages. Black cloth binding with moderate sunning to the spine. The inner hinges open easily, indicating that the book was opened all the way, and are no longer tight. The original slipcase is moderately shelfworn, sunned, discolored and scuffed, remaining intact and attractive. Limited edition of 500 copies, printed on special paper and specially bound, signed by the author and numbered. A few spots of discoloration/staining to the top edge of the closed paged. Two pages have minor creasing to the edges. Minor rippling/waviness to the first and final few pages. First edition.. Signed. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good- condition. Octavo (8vo).

      [Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA)]
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        Manchild in the Promised Land [Signed]

      New York: The Macmillan Company, 1965. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good/very good +. A Very Good copy of the first edition, first printing (binding askew, rubs to the spine ends and board corners, spotting to the topstain), in a Very Good + dust jacket (some toning, tiny chips to the spine and panel corners, short crease line to the upper corner of each flap, vertical crease to the length of the front flap), SIGNED BY CLAUDE BROWN on the front pastedown and there inscribed by him as follows: "To Helen _______ / from Claude Brown"; Claude Brown's critically acclaimed debut book which tells the story of Brown's coming of age in Harlem during the 1940s and 1950s. Brown's sharecropper parents moved from South Carolina to New York before Brown was born and this autobiographical book illustrates how New York turned out not to be the Promised Land for black migrants but rather a land of theft, alcohol, gang wars, and other harsh living conditions, with Brown stating "I want to talk about the first Northern urban generation of Negroes....This is a story of their searching, their dreams, their sorrows, their small and futile rebellions, and their endless battle to establish their own place in America's greatest metropolis -- and in America itself." A Very Good copy of this highly-notable debut, SIGNED BY CLAUDE BROWN.

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC]
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        The Gordon Garland : a Round of Devotions By His Followers

      The Theodore Gordon Flyfishers, New York 1965 - Number 30 of a limited edition of 1500 copies. Signed by editor Arnold Gingrich on the title page. Also signed by Bill Herrick under the title of his essay. Also Signed by Guy R. Jenkins above the title of his essay. And by Charles K. Fox beneath the title of his essay. And by Richard A. Wolters above the title of his essay. And by Dana S. Lamb by the title of his essay. With a gift inscription "For Palmer Baker from Vincent C. Marinaro Mar. 20 - 1965 New York at-the-Biltmore," next to the title of Marinaro's essay. And signed by L.F. Boker Doyle next to the title of his essay. And signed by Donal C. O'Brien Jr. under the title to his essay. And inscribed by Sparse Grey Hackle / Alfred W. Miller, "To Palmer Baker with lots of good green eyed envy, Sparse Grey Hackle," next to his essay. And signed by E.G. Zern next to the title of his essay. Heavy rubbing along edges of leather spine. In a slipcase. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        In Cold Blood

      Random House, 1965. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. Random House, New York 1965. First Edition / First Printing. Stated First Printing, no additional printings. Red cloth boards. Date 1/66 on the dust jacket. Signed by Truman Capote on the second blank page. The Signature is Guaranteed Authentic. Book Condition: Fine, clean boards, tight spine, clean pages. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good+, price clipped, shelf wear. Short tear, a few light spots. Wrapped in a new mylar cover.

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        ...zart wie dein Bild - Tendre comme le souvenir. Lithographien von Hans Falk.

      . Zürich, Alpha-Presse 1965. 4°. 81,(3) S. Mit 13 figurativen, teils doppelblattgr. Orig.-Lithographien in Dunkelrot, Braun u. Schwarz und 8 ungegenständliche doppelblattgr. Lithographien in Beigegrau (mit Text überdruckt). Orig.-Kart. Mit illustr. Umschlag in Orig.-Schuber mit illustr. roten Papierbezug.. 14. Handdruck der Alpha-Presse Zürich. - Eines der 20 römisch nummerierten VORZUGSEXEMPLARE (Ex. Nr. XII) auf handgeschööpftes Büttenpapier Richard-de-Bas und Chinapapier (figurative Lithographien) mit einer zusätzlichen SUITE von 13 figurativen Lithographien auf Chinapapier sowie einer HANDZEICHNUNG des Künstlers. - Die Auflage betrug insgesamt 151 Ex. - Briefe an Madeleine Pages mit deren Schilderung wie sie den Dichter kennenlernte als Vorwort. Nachwort von Elisabeth Brock-Sulzer. Die Lithogr. auf China jeweils handschriftlich in Bleistift signiert, diese von Hand abgezogen. Der Text in Baskerville (normal und kursiv) in Handsatz und Handdruck von Reinhard Bachmann. Druckvermerk vom Künstler in Tinte signiert. - Selten.

      [Bookseller: Gerhard Zähringer Antiquariat und Galeri]
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        Bucolica in der Übersetzung von Theodor Haecker mit Lithographien von Robert Kirchner.

      (Bad Kissingen) Selbstverlag 1965 - Schönes Exemplar. Spindler 47,1. - 'Dieses Buch ist eine Arbeit des Malers Robert Kirchner, Bad Kissingen. Die Gestaltung des Textes, des Einbandes, sowie den Druck der Lithographien besorgte der Künstler selbst. Der Text wurde aus der 14 Punkt Garamond der Schriftgießerei D.Stempel AG, Frankfurt-Main gesetzt. Gedruckt wurde auf Bütten Nr. 6997/o M D der Firma Poensgen & Heyer. Die Auflage beträgt 98 Stück. Dieses Buch hat die Nr. 10'. - Sämtliche 17 Orig.-Lithographien sind von Robert Kirchner signiert. - [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Mattheis]
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        Astutuli, ein bairische Komödie mit Holzschnitten von HAP Grieshaber und einem Nachwort von K. H. Ruppel

      Mainz, Verlag B. Schott s Söhne 1965 - mit 50 einseitig bedruckten nummerierten Blatt IM IMPRESSUM HANDSCHRIFTLICH NUMMERIERTES EXEMPLAR NR: 173 von 500 AUF UNBESCHNITTENEM BÜTTEN VON Carl Orff und HAP Grieshaber VOLL SIGNIERT MIT 4 MEHRFARBIGEN ORIGINAL-HOLZSCHNITTEN; BEILIEGEND MIT EINEM HANDSCHRIFTLICHEN GRUSSBRIEF VON Grieshaber auf Pergamin:"Liebes Haus Neske.zum Geburtstag von Orff am 10.7. mit schönen . Grüssen Ihr Grieshaber" Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Early notes for Alex Haley's final novel: Queen: The Story of An American Family, written while attending the inauguration of his brother George as Kansas' first black state senator

      Various, 1965. 5.25" x 7.75". "Autograph Manuscript Signed, ""ALEX HALEY,"" on the inside front cover of a 5.25"" x 7.75"" spiral notebook with 28 pages filled in, [Various places], c. 1965, entitled in his hand on the front cover, ""We Drove To Topeka."". Slight wear to covers, and some very slight toning to the margin of a few pages, else very fine condition.Only months before his first book, The Autobiography of Malcom X was to be published, Haley was already at work on what was to be his third major novel: an examination of one of his father's side of the family?"specifically the life of his grandmother Queen, the daughter of a black slave and her white master, James ""Jass"" Jackson. This work would be temporarily sidelined by his other major literary endeavor, which traced the roots of his mother's family back to West Africa, and published under the title Roots in 1976. During the 1980s, Haley continued the project, but died before he was able to complete the novel. David Stevens, who had worked with Haley on the research, wrote the final draft and published it in 1993 under the title: Queen: The Story of An American Family. The novel was adapted for television the same year in a miniseries entitled Alex Haley's Queen, starring Halle Barry and Danny Glover. Haley undertook his journey to Topeka with his father Simon Haley (1892-1973) and his first wife, Nannie Virginia Branch Haley (1926-2013), to attend the inauguration of his brother George (1925-2015) as a Kansas State Senator (the first African American to be elected to that office). Along the way, he enjoyed some quality time with his father, who provided information on his family's background, which became the basis for his final, but unfinished novel published posthumously in 1993.Haley's genealogical notes read, in part: ""From Dad night of 10-11 January 1965... HALEY owned plantation in Marion County, Alabama. Haleyville has grown up in plantation area. ('Cricket' grew up on old Jackson plantation, now Sheffield) Jim Bauch was owner Haley's overseer. Baugh sired ALEC HALEY by Viney (Haley) Dad: 'Whether it was true or not, some people in McNeil, Arkansas (farmers) ran into me. they claimed their father as brother of Alec Haley. These people Will Haley... treated me lavishly. Sent their girls to Arkansas... Helen and Hilda Haley. Allegedly their uncle was Alec Haley. Don't know Will Haley's father's name - who would have been Alec's Haley around magnolia, Ark.... Mama's death. She had terrible sinus. she had something like your grandfather, some kind of skin tuberculosis. Dad was aware of fatality illness in September, and she died in march. She had no idea. She came to Alabama was in hospital as soon as she came. Dr. Grote ('GROT-Y') 'Haley, no need of keeping her here, she wont make it.' Mama, determined to get with Dad, came to Alabama in March 1932... Died same month.""Of particular interest are mentions of his grandmother, who would become the protagonist of the novel: ""Queen has two other sisters Judy, Fannie and brother Charles. 'Not full' siblings, Very dark. What might have been light side in my grandfather ... Queen definitely half-white. 'I believe one-eighth Indian. Alec was at least a quarter Indian. High cheek bones. Straight dark hair. ?"Cherokee Indian. Cherokee Indian area ?" where they lived. Cherokee, Alabama, running across Tennessee into Alabama. "" He also notes that his grandfather who would marry Queen, was married previously as well: ""Alec Haley first was married to Tinney. three children. Minnie, Juila, Freeland. Alec never believed Freeland his son. He'd go all week, leave Negro man with Tinney."" Besides these early notes on his father's ancestors, of tremendous interest is Haley's description of the trip to Topeka to attend his brother's inauguration to the Kansas State Senate. His brother had already made history being only the second black person to attend University of Arkansas School of Law in the early 1950s and then again as an assistant to Thurgood Marshall working on the landmark civil rights case, Brown v. Topeka, Kansas Board of Education. By the time of his election to the Kansas Senate in 1964, he was already a prominent Kansas City attorney. Haley's narration of the events as he journeyed to Topeka to witness his brother's inauguration opens the drive to the state capital from Kansas City where Alex, Virginia and Simon had picked up George: ""We drove on Interstate Freeway 70 the 60 miles to Topeka. George at the wheel... doing 80. Dad opposite George. Identical color hair, one brim wide... Dad engaged in running commentary on road markers... Virginia, re Negroes our race ?" 'It would be a bore to be anything else.' ... at 11:07 George pointed 'There the capital' A pale green dome...""Stopping at the home of a family friend George received a phone call: ""'Senator - a young man called about a stenographer for you?"' Doris [George's Wife]?" 'If she's not under 40 and cross-eyed okay.'"" Arriving at the state capitol building around noon, Alex was taken aback by the activity, noting the push of television reporters and the large crowds as the inauguration ceremony began. Later in the afternoon, George and his wife attended a luncheon at the Governor's Mansion, ""Then at 3:30 due at a caucus 'If I've shook one hand, I've shook 500'"" remarked George. Alex, with his wife and father, sat in the gallery watching George proudly as the speaker read the roll: ""George seemed very at ease leaned back, hands clasped, legs crossed... In the room about 50 people?" Or my kid brother and 49 other people"" His brother's achievement impressed both black and white Kansans. During the inaugural ceremonies, Haley observed that the gallery was ""at least 1/4 Negro."" In a very poignant moment, Haley's brother recalled the kind remarks of ""An older Senator... said 'I want you to know I've always voted for Civil Rights."" George replied, ""'You can look at me and know I am interested in Civil Rights, but I want you to know that I am interested in my country in particular and my state in general, in all matters of legislation.'"" Following a single term in the Kansas State Senate, George Haley accepted an appointment by Richard Nixon as Chief Counsel for the Urban Mass Transpiration Administration in 1969. From 1973 to 1976 he worked for the United States Information Agency (USIA), and then became a partner in the firm of Obermayer, Rebmann, Maxwell and Hippel of Philadelphia and Washington. In 1990 he accepted an appointment from George H.W. Bush as Chairman of the Postal Rate Commission, and in 1998, President Clinton appointed him United States Ambassador to Gambia?"a post he held until 2001 (""George Haley,"" The History Makers, ). "

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      Random House, New York 1965 - Very Good in a Good dust jacket. Chips and tears to jacket, focused at spine. Rear panel is almost detached. Toning. Stated First Printing. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        In Cold Blood

      New York , RANDOM HOUSE, 1965 - A True Account of a Multiple Murder and its Consequences. 8vo. pp. 344. . Ottimo (Fine). . Prima edizione (First Edition, First Impression). . E' solo con questo romanzo, tradotto in italiano ''A sangue freddo'', che la narrativa di Capote si sviluppò nel senso di una più obiettiva e puntuale analisi dei fatti. L'opera, che ebbe un clamoroso successo commerciale e fu anche portata sullo schermo, si basava su un fatto di cronaca nera realmente avvenuto: la strage di una facoltosa famiglia del Kansas compiuta, apparentemente senza motivo, da due psicopatici più tardi processati e condannati alla pena capitale. Il libro, che fu definito da Capote stesso come appartenente al genere della ''nonfiction novel'' fu il risultato di 5 anni di attente ricerche sul crimine e sui suoi esecutori, fino a comprendere una precisa e documentata indagine sulle motivazioni sociali e psicologiche che portarono i due assassini al delitto. Rilegato tela, sovracoperta (cloth, dust jacket) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Milano di Giulia Pirelli e Carlo Orsi. Presentato da Dino Buzzati

      Bruno Alfieri editore 1965 In folio, cm 40 x 30, pp. (18) c0n 76 tavole fotografiche in b / n f. t. Mezza tela editoriale illustrata. Edizione originale di questo celebre libro fotografico impreziosito dalla grafica di Giancarlo Liprandi. La Milano della tradizione raccontata nella cornice di dinamicit? della metropoli anni '60. Parr - Badger, The photobook a history, p. 224. ITA

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        Genetique de la cellule bacterienne." Reprint from Les Prix Nobel en 1965. SIGNED BY FRANÇOIS JACOB.

      1965. 1965 - 21 pp. Original wrappers. Very Good. First Edition. SIGNED BY FRANÇOIS JACOB. François Jacob's Nobel Lecture. The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1965 was awarded jointly to François Jacob, André Lwoff and Jacques Monod "for their discoveries concerning genetic control of enzyme and virus synthesis." [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Le Corbusier & Pierre Jeanneret : Oeuvres complètes 1910 - 1929 / 1929 - 1934 / 1934 - 1938 / 1938 - 1946 / 1946 - 1952 / 1952 - 1957 / 1957 - 1965 en 8 volumes.

      Zürich: Editions Girsberger, 1965 - 8° Ob. Color & B/w photo-reproductions (plans, drawings, projects.). Complet in 7 volumes, text in French, German & English. Original board (cloth) and dust-jacket (Bill). In Very good condition [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Eleven Poems

      Belfast: Festival Publications,, [1965]. Octavo. Single quire, wire stitched, white outer wrapper printed in black with the "sun" device in the secondary darker shade of purple. Fine copy. First edition, second issue, of the rare first published work of Seamus Heaney. This is Heaney's first published work, with the printed notice with regard to his "First book of poems, "Death of a Naturalist", due from Faber, Spring 1966". The very first poem, "Personal Helicon (For Michael Longley)" (whose work appeared in the same Festival Publications series) in its opening and closing lines ("As a child, they could not keep me from wells / and old pumps with buckets and windlasses. / I loved the dark drop, the trapped sky" and "I rhyme / to see myself, to set the darkness echoing") prefigures the Nobel Prize acceptance speech that Heaney would make 30 years later, "I credit [poetry] ultimately because [it] can make an order as true to the impact of external reality and as sensitive to the inner laws of the poet's being as the ripples that rippled in and rippled out across the water in that scullery bucket fifty years ago. An order where we can at last grow up to that which we stored up as we grew. An order which satisfies all that is appetitive in the intelligence and prehensile in the affections. I credit poetry, in other words, both for being itself and for being a help, for making possible a fluid and restorative relationship between the mind's centre and its circumference." There are three "issues" of this pamphlet - correctly speaking three impressions. The first has the device in a light pink/purple on white, the second as here and the third is on much thicker blue-toned stock and in decent green card wrappers. The first and second issues may well be from the same setting, printing even but the third is palpably a separate impression. None are common and this second has much to recommend it.

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        La fièvre EDITION ORIGINALE Service de presse ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Gallimard, 1965. Fine. Gallimard, Paris 1965, 14x20,5cm, relié. - First edition, one of the copies of the press service. Binding half black morocco, smooth back, gilded tail date supervision of a net gilded on the marbled paper plates, guards and blue paper contreplats, preserved covers and backs, gilded head, elegant binding signed P. Goy & C. Vilaine. Signed autograph of the author Maurice Blanchot "... a sign of respect and admiration ..." Beautiful specimen, its full please insert was mounted tab, nicely drawn. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des exemplaires du service de presse. Reliure en demi maroquin noir, dos lisse, date dorée en queue, encadrement d'un filet doré sur les plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier bleu, couvertures et dos conservés, tête dorée, élégante reliure signée de P. Goy & C. Vilaine. Envoi autographe signé de Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio à Maurice Blanchot"... en signe de respect et d'admiration..." Bel exemplaire, complet de son prière d'insérer qui a été monté sur onglet, agréablement établi.

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        Autograph Letter Signed, 2 pp on one sheet of monogrammed stationery "NWW", n.p.,March 21, 1975

      SALE. The renown actress writes a chatty, friendly letter to her longtime friend, Ruth Gordon, the film, stage and TV actress, also known as a screenwriter and playwright. Wood and Gordon had been friends for many years, cementing their friendship in 1965 during the filming of "Inside Daisy Clover" where Gordon played Natalie Wood's mother. In this letter, Wood tells Ruth Gordon family news, including news of Wood's children, the oldest of which, Natasha, is Ruth Gordon's goddaughter. Natalie Wood writes from her home in Beverly Hills and begins by saying that she "just heard from Edie who said you sent your love." This is possibly Edie Adams, with whom Natalie Wood appeared in the 1963 film, "Love With the Proper Stranger." Wood then tells Gordon about the family. "We are all terrific - Courtney Brooke is walking & has 5 teeth & Natasha is a genius with huge long eyelashes!" Natasha Gregson Wagner was born September 29, 1970. Her father was Richard Gregson, the film producer who was married to Natalie Wood from 1969 to 1972 in between the two times she was married to Robert Wagner. Wagner adopted Natasha when he and Wood remarried in 1972. Courtney Brooke Wagner was born to Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner on March 9, 1974. Here, she is just one year old. Wood then mentions upcoming acting roles her and her husband, Robert Wagner (R.J.). "R.J. just did a pilot... with Eddie Albert & I've got "Fat Chance" with Michael Caine coming out in July & maybe gonna do a movie with Hitchcock next month...." She refers to the pilot Wagner did for the TV show "Switch" which actually aired on March 21, 1975, the date of this letter. He and then Wood herself appeared in "Switch" throughout 1975-1978. She mentions her film with Michael Caine which came out in 1976 as "Peeper." And as to possibly doing a film with Hitchcock, that never worked out. She then says that she would like to "do another movie fairly soon & then have one more baby! But at the moment I'm trim (104)...." She did the TV movie "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" with Wagner in 1976, but did not have another child. She then refers to Ruth Gordon's husband, Garson Kanin, the writer and director of plays and films. "Edie said Garson wrote a new book - I can hardly wait to read it." She signs "Natalie" and ends by sending love and sending love from her husband. Also signed "N. Wagner" on envelope above return Beverly Hills address. ORIGINAL PRICE $750.

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        "PHANTOM DETECTIVE" SERIES: 1 Vampire Murders, 2 Dancing Doll, 3 Beast-King, 4 Tycoon Crime, 5 Broadway, 6 Daggars Kali, 7 Under Big Top, 8 Trail Death, 9 Yellow Shadows, 10 Trail, 11 Green Glare, 12 Fangs, 13 Curio, 14 Stalks Billion, 15 Money, 7 more

      San Diego, CA: Corinth Publications Regency Suspense Novel #s CR101 to CR115, CR117, CR119, CR123, CR127, CR131, CR135 & CR139 1st Editions 1965-1966 ----------paperbacks. 22 BOOKS. Additional books included and not listed above due to space limitations are: # 16 Death Glow, # 17 Stones of Satan, # 18 The Melody Murders, # 19 The Uniformed Killers, # 20 The Forty Thieves, # 21 Death Under Contract & # 22 The Corpse Parade. Offered as the entire series of the Phantom Detective books as issued by Corinth Regency in 1965-1966, first published in the 1930's pulp magazine. The 22 volumes range in condition from good to unread near fine. An attractive series of books, uniform in appearance, all with Robert Bonfils sometimes quite ghastly cover art. . First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good+. Illus. by Robert Bonfils (front covers). Note: our prices on Biblio are the LOWEST of any of the sites on which we list our books.

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        Les choses ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Julliard, 1965. Fine. Julliard, Paris 1965, 11,5x20cm, broché. - Edition of the year of the original, fanciful mention 78th mile. Autograph signed by the author. A tiny tear without gravity up a bit. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition de l'année de l'originale, fantaisiste mention de 78ème mille. Envoi autographe signé de Georges Pérec à Jean Berthou et à sa femme. Une infime déchirure sans gravité en pied d'un mors.

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        The Seafarer from the Anglo-Saxon with a portrait of the poet by Oskar Kokoschka. Frankfurt, Ars librorum, Gotthart de Beauclair (1965). Folio. 13 S. Mit 1 signierten und datierten Orig.-Lithographie. In Orig.-Mappe.

      . . In 165 numerierten Exemplaren als 11. Ars-librorum-Druck erschienen. Der Druckvermerk von Ezra Pound signiert. Tadellos erhalten. - Wingler/Welz 293. - Gotthard de Beauclair Leben und Werk S. 161/11.

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        Gedichte., Eine Auswahl. S. Fischer Schulausgaben. Texte moderner Autoren.,

      Frankfurt am Main, S. Fischer Verlag, 2000 Buch und Zeitschriften Vlg., 1965 - 78 Seiten Einband leicht berieben und fleckig, auf dem vorderen Spiegel ein Porträtfoto Celans aus einer Zeitung montiert, Fußschnitt mit schmalem, braunen Fleck, der Buchblock minimal gebräunt, auf dem Titel die Signatur Paul Celans, Auswahl und Anmerkungen von Klaus Wagenbach, unter Mitarbeit des Autors, Lizenz Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, Stuttgart. Paul Celan (* 23. November 1920 in Czernowitz/Ursaine + vermutlich 20. April 1970 Freitod in Paris; eigentlich Paul Antschel, später rumänisiert Ancel, woraus das Anagramm Celan entstand) war einer der berühmtesten deutschsprachigen Lyriker des 20. Jahrhunderts. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 64 [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Orchard Keeper: A Novel

      Random House 1965 - Ex-library with typical marks, light wear and discoloring; a good solid book. The jacket is discolored; call sticker on the spine, a hole along the spine; price intact on the front flap. Tape marks to the covers and endpapers. A good copy of the rare first printing of the author's first book. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Fiction; Inventory No: 134551. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les troyennes EDITION ORIGINALE Tirage de tête

      Paris: Gallimard, 1965. Fine. Gallimard, Paris 1965, 15x21,5cm, broché. - Edition adaptation established by Jean-Paul Sartre, one of 80 numbered copies on Holland paper leading copy. Two slight traces of insolation minor head and foot of spine, nice copy. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale de l'adaptation établie par Jean-Paul Sartre, un des 80 exemplaires numérotés sur Hollande, tirage de tête. Deux légères traces d'insolation sans gravité en tête et en pied du dos, bel exemplaire.

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        Framed Inscribed Photograph

      1965. unbound. 9.5 x 7.75-inch black-and-white photo of Wood sitting casually, resting her chin on her right hand, and gazing off to the side -- no place, no date, circa 1965. Inscribed across the bottom portion: "Best always, Michael, Natalie Woods." Double-matted in gray and white and set in a black frame measuring 17.5 x 15.5 inches. Fine condition. American film and television actress who died at the age of 43 in an unsolved drowning accident.

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