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        [Broadside]: Come to the Hootenanny Sponsored by Friends of the Children's Theater Workshop. Saturday Oct. 9 2:00 P.P. Kulp Aud

      [Ithaca, New York]: The Children's Theater Workshop. [1965]. Large illustrated broadside on cardstock. Image of a guitar and banjo surrounded by text. Approximately 14" x 22.5". Some age-toning and spotting, one corner creased and bumped, a handsome, about very good example. Interesting example of the use of folk culture in entertaining and educating children. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Broadside]: Come to the Hootenanny Sponsored by Friends of the Children's Theater Workshop. Saturday Oct. 9 2:00 P.P. Kulp Aud.

      The Children's Theater Workshop, [Ithaca, New York] 1965 - Large illustrated broadside on cardstock. Image of a guitar and banjo surrounded by text. Approximately 14" x 22.5". Some age-toning and spotting, one corner creased and bumped, a handsome, about very good example. Interesting example of the use of folk culture in entertaining and educating children.

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        The American Indian: Aspects of His Culture and An Indication of His Present Status in the Society of His Dispossesors

      (n.p.): (Pithekos Press/Bowdoin College). (1965). Unbound, folded and gathered sheets for a fine press limited edition with unattributed text on the "Historical Perspective," "The Indian Portrait," and "The Economic Aspect." With nine full-page unattributed woodcut portrait illustrations, most retaining their tissue guards. According to the colophon, 50 copies were produced, or were to be produced, in May of 1965 and this was the third work of this now-elusive press. 22 leaves. 10-1/2" x 13". Oddly, although not obviously misbound, two of the text pages repeat; else fine. The leaves were laid into a plain brown folder, which is present, but split at the fold and losing its edges. An attractive production, very possibly the prototype for a student fine press edition that was never completed. We can find no record of this title in OCLC nor in the specific catalog of Bowdoin College; nor can we find any listing for any other volume issued by this press. That being said, it is an attractive production: the woodcuts were apparently done by different artists and some are quite striking; the text, which is highly critical of U.S. historical treatment of Native Americans, is an early example of the kind of social criticism that the 1960s became famous for: the Free Speech Movement in Berkeley was taking place in the same academic year this was produced, and it wasn't for another two or three years that widespread criticism of the Vietnam War spilled over into widespread critical reevaluation of the national myths and official histories of the United States. This Bowdoin production is evidence of these ideas simmering on college campuses prior to their exploding into the national consciousness. A powerful piece and a notable historical document. First Edition.

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        A Bibliography of Canadiana

      - Being items in the Public Library of Toronto, Canada, relating to the early history and development of Canada. Total of 6 volumes Edited by Frances M. Staton and Marie Tremaine. Introduction by George H. Locke. 1965 reprint of 1934 edition. First Supplement. Edited by Gertrude M.Boyle, assisted by Marjorie Colbeck. Introduction by Henry C. Campbell. Reprint of 1959 Second Supplement 1512-1800, Volume I : Edited by Sandra Alston, assisted by Karen Evans Second Supplement 1801-1849, Volume II : Edited by Sandra Alston, assisted by Karen Evans Second Supplement 1850-1867, Volume III : Edited by Sandra Alston, assisted by Karen Evans Second Supplement Index, Volume IV : Edited by Sandra Alston, assisted by Karen Evans [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Incredibly desirable 2pp memorandum of Carl T. Rowan with awesome Viet Nam content. Endorsed with the handwriting of none other than Lyndon B. Johnson

      "Autograph Endorsement, 8? x 10.5?, 2p, Washington, D. C. April 26, 1965 the memo from Carl T. Rowan, Director of the United States Information Agency regarding the public stance Johnson should take in his upcoming press conference about the United States/Viet Nam question. At the top of the page, LBJ has written ""get to Bill M-"" He is referring to Press Secretary, Bill Moyers. Also at the bottom of the first page, is an unknown hand is the pencil notation, ""This kind of speculation is unproductive and harmful."" There are secretarial filing notes in the upper left corner. Fine condition. In this memo, Rowan points out the press conference would be an excellent opportunity to ?win world support (or mute criticism) for our policies and actions with regard to Viet Nam.... 1. Peking and Hanoi both seem to cling to an assumption that world opinion...will force you to pull back from your present policies. 2. Should negotiations occur in any forum, we will need all the support that we can muster from other countries....Countries and leaders who sympathize with us privately....are somewhat critical of us publicly because of this overriding fear of war. Your John Hopkins speech .... Put the United States on the ?peace? offensive without weakening our pledge to South Viet Nam....our desire to help build Southeast Asia rather than bomb it, ...we would prefer to bring American Boys home from Viet Nam instead of sending more in ?" if only the aggressors would leave their neighbors alone.?At the press conference on April 27, 1965, Johnson said, in part ?We are engaged in a crucial struggle in Viet-Nam. Some may consider it a small war, but to the men who give their lives it is the last war and the stakes are high. Independent South Viet-Nam has been attacked by North Viet-Nam. The object of that attack is total conquest. Defeat in South Viet-Nam would deliver a friendly nation to terror and repression. It would encourage and spur on those who seek to conquer all free nations that are within their reach....Through the first 7 months of 1964, both Vietnamese and Americans were the targets of constant attacks of terror. Bombs exploded in helpless villages, in downtown movie theaters, even at the sports fields where the children played. Soldiers and civilians, men and women, were murdered and crippled, yet we took no action against the source of this brutality--North Viet-Nam....I say again that I will talk to any government, anywhere, any time, without any conditions, and if any doubt our sincerity, let them test us. Each time we have met with silence, or slander, or the sound of guns. But just as we will not flag in battle, we will not weary in the search for peace.?Also included is an earlier interoffice memorandum dated September 28, 1964 from George Stevens to Richard Goodwin on National Citizens for Johnson ?" Humphrey stationary, measuring 8.5? x 11?. The memo is in regards to how to use the half-hour national television time in October.At the time of this memo, Lyndon Johnson was running as the incumbent President against Barry Goldwater. Goldwater was campaigning on a platform that he would use an atomic bomb on Hanoi, ending the war. Johnson?s approach was to look for a more ?peaceful? means to the end of the war. The memo suggests showing clips of ?Test Ban?, ?Hot Line to Moscow? and ?our military strength is the great instrument in keeping the peace?"

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      McKay, New York 1965 - Advance Reading Copy in printed blue wraps of author's first book, which was made into a film starring Liza Minnelli, who was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress. With a long SIGNED INSCRIPTION by the author to editor Bill Targ and his wife, Roslyn, a literary agent: "Back in the prehistoric age when I was but a lad and this thing was just taking flight, I wrote long letters to you - Roslyn - and received beautiful polite epistles in return. Little did I know that the very person with whom I was communicating then would turn up white, angelically and incredibly beautiful on the arm of my future editor and friend. Eh bien, c'est comme ca - and thank goodness for you both! John." Laid in is a homemade Christmas card from Nichols SIGNED by him for his wife and cat. Faint creasing to covers. Near Fine [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Magic of a Line (1st edition hardback, with Blond Fine Art 1980 Laura Knight leaflet)

      Kimber, 1965, Hardcover, Book Condition: Near Fine Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good, First Edition~~Comes with Laura Knight Etchings leaflet from Blond Fine Art 1980 and newspaper trade article from 1987 detailing sale of Knight Goliath clown drawing~~VG+/VG exceptionally hard to find 1st edition 1965 Kimber hardback, beautiful jacket illustration , unclipped dust-jacket. Light edge-rub to DJ, a little dulling to pages and lower edge of pages cut unevenly due to printing anomaly only else VG+ and well-preserved. Other Laura Knight books also available. Sent Airmail at no extra cost; Worldwide Shipping IMMEDIATE 1ST CLASS/AIRMAIL DISPATCH Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Art & Design; Inventory No: 050056.

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        Photographie originale] Flèches signalétiques sur une route de Bruxelles, ca 1965.

      1965 - 23,6 x 16,9 cm. Tirage gélatino-argentique d'époque. Au verso les mentions manuscrites "Folon" et "photo à restituer". Cette photographie - et plus particulièrement ce tirage (qui comporte exactement les mêmes défauts dans le coin supérieur droit) - apparaît dans les mains d'Yves Montand dans le film d'Alain Resnais "La guerre est finie" (vers la 52e minute, 40e seconde). Nous connaissons le négatif de cette photographie et pouvons donc sans le moindre doute l'attribuer à Folon. La flèche est un élément essentiel, récurrent, voire obsessionnel dans l'oeuvre de Folon. Il en photographiait lui-même énormément et demandait à ses amis de lui donner des tirages de clichés de flèches ou autres signes urbains qu'ils pouvaient prendre. Il semble que dans cette scène du film, où Yves Montand feuillette six tirages photographiques, dont cinq figurant des flèches signalétiques au sol, quatre des photos soient de Folon et une d'Alain Resnais (voir notre référence n° 3431). Nous joindrons une mauvaise photocopie d'une capture d'écran du film où l'on voit ce tirage dans les mains de Montand. Il est à noter que Folon a été présent sur le tournage du film, dont il a pris des photos (voir nos références n° 3475, 3476 et 3489). Folon est également cité dans le film (vers 41'30'' - 41'55'') : "On prépare un livre sur les villes, sur toutes les villes du monde. enfin, sur la manière dont la ville parle avec ses habitants et comment les gens dans la rue lui répondent. comment ça devient un langage. c'est compliqué à dire, mais en images c'est tout simple. Tu verras : on prend des photos des villes et on mélange avec des dessins de Folon et Topor. C'est moi qui ai fait la maquette avec Agnès. Bill s'en va au Brésil, alors on fait tout de suite le premier choix des photos avant son départ." Resnais avait montré en 1965 à Jorge Semprun, l'auteur du scénario, des dessins de Folon figurant des flèches, car il souhaitait que Semprun intègre Folon dans le scénario (cf. sa préface à "Folon, aquarelles, gravures et affiches", 1982). Notons enfin que Folon faisait faire la plupart du temps un unique tirage de ses photos, deux au maximum et souvent aucun. A part les défauts dans le coin supérieur du tirage, qui lui donnent une valeur "historique" ou du moins cinéphilique, en bel état.

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        Handbuch der Lebensmittelchemie. Bänd I bis IX in 13 Büchern. Komplett. Bd I. : Die Bestandteile der Lebensmittel; Bd. II/1: Analytik der Lebensmittel - Physikalische und physikalisch-chemische Untersuchungsmethoden; Bd. II/2: Analytik der Lebensmittel - Nachweis und Bestimmung von Lebensmittelinhaltsstoffen; Bd. III/1: Tierische Lebensmittel - Milch, Butter, Käse; Bd. III/2: Tierische Lebensmittel - Eier, Fleisch, Fisch, Buttermilch; Bd. IV: Fette und Lipoide (Lipids); Bd. V/1: Kohlenhydratreiche Lebensmittel; Bd. V/2: Obst, GEmüse, Kartoffeln, Pilze; Bd. VI: Alkaloidhaltige Genussmittel, Gewürze, Kochsalz; Bd. VII: Alkoholische Genussmittel; Bd. VIII/1: Wasser und Luft; Bd. VIII/2: Wasser und Luft; Bd. IX: Bedarfsgegenstände, Verpackung,

      Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New-York, 1965. - Zs1-3 Gr.-8°. 13 uniforme, dunkelgrüne Originalleinenbände mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln. Ausgeschiedenes Exemplar des Institutes für Hygiene und Medizinische Mikrobiologie mit nur jeweils Stempel im Vorsatz u. auf Titelblatt, keine Einbandkennzeichnung. Innen schön sauber, Einbände ebenso. Wohlerhltenes Exemplar. Bd.I: 136 Abb., XXVII(+1)/1288 S.// Bd. II/1: 539 Abb., XXIII(+1)/944 S. // Bd. II/2: 162 Abb., XXXI/1552 S. // Bd. III/1: 153 Abb., XXXII/877 S.; Bd. III/2: 154 Abb., XV(+1)/1641 S.; Bd. IV:338 Abb., XXIII(+1)/1111 S.; Bd. V/1: 389 teils farbige Abbildungen u. 7 Tafeln mit 63 Einzelbildern, XXII(+1)/819 S., Bd. V/2: 178 Abb., XXI(+2)/ 608 S.; Bd. VI: 265 Abb., XXIII(+1)/770 S.; Bd. VII: 123 Abb., XIX(+1)/742 S.; Bd. VIII: 208 Abb., XXX/861 S.; Bd. VIII/2: 76 Abb., XIII(+1)/ S. 862-1495; Bd. IX: 82 Abb., XXV(+1)/988 S. Jeder Band mit Sachregister. 13000

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        PLAIN SONG. Poems

      New York: Norton, (1965). First Edition. A fine copy in green cloth/a very good plus clean jacket, price-clipped bottom, but with the price present on top of front flap. There is a tape pull that affects the N in Plain on top of the front panel. From the estate of Beef Torrey, writer, raconteur, and close friend of the author.. Author's first book. This copy is inscribed to his close friend Beef Torrey on the half-title page, "To Beef / to the true art / of the / hunt / Yrs / Jim."

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        Richard Nixon correctly predicts a Democratic defeat in the 1966 California governor's race: "If the California Democratic Party fails to purge itself of these radical Left-wing elements, registered Democrats by the thousands will refuse to support the Democratic nominee and will assure an overwhelming Republican victory in 1966."

      "Typed Letter Signed ?Dick?, on his personal letterhead, 1 page, 7.25 x 10.5?, New York, September 29, 1965 to newspaper magnate James Copley concerning his statements regarding the left wing of the Democratic Party in California. Offered together with a typescript of his remarks on the issue before the Republican State Central Committee Convention, 1 page, 8.5? x 11? San Francisco, September 25, 1965. Staple holes in top left corner, light mailing folds, else fine condition. Nixon writes, in full: ""For over four years the 'Far Right' problem has plagued the Republican Party because of the continued attacks by Democrats and so-called liberal columnists and commentators. It seemed to me that it was time to put this whole subject in perspective by pointing out that the Democratic Party has an even greater problem with the 'Far Left.' I am enclosing a copy of some remarks I made in this vein at the Republican State Central Committee Convention in San Francisco on Saturday, September 25."" The accompanying typescript of his statements emphasize similar points, and reads, in part: ""...The radicals of the Left post a afar greater threat to the Democratic Party in California than do the radicals of the Right to the Republican Party. The Right-wing radicals are a fringe of the Republican Party. The Left-wing radicals are part of the very fabric of the Democratic Party in California."" Nixon then publically challenged Governor Brown to do more to purge the party of these elements that he blamed for a variety of abuses, including: ""They brought a great University to its knees through disgraceful and illegal riots and demonstrations. They advocate appeasement of our enemies abroad - from Castro in Cuba to the Communists in Viet Nam. They give aid and comfort to the enemies of the United States by advocating the halting of troop trains and tearing up of draft cards. They reject the rule of law and preach and practice rule by the mob."" Nixon concluded, ""If the California Democratic Party fails to purge itself of these radical Left-wing elements, registered Democrats by the thousands will refuse to support the Democratic nominee and will assure an overwhelming Republican victory in 1966."" True to Nixon's prognostications, Ronald Regan, campaigning on a message critical of ""welfare bums"" as well as the burgeoning anti-war movement and the counterculture, won the governorship of California. Ironically, in 1968 Regan would test the presidential waters by mounting a ""Stop Nixon"" campaign which fizzled out in the wake of Nixon's overwhelming delegate count at the Republican National Convention in Miami Beach."

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        Storyville, Volume 1 through Volume 158 (consecutive and nearly complete run of the magazine)

      Storyville Publications, Essex, Great Britain, 1965, Paperback, Book Condition: Near Fine, First editionSoftcover magazine--6 1/4" x 8" format. Lot (not bound) contains 158 consecutive issues of the magazine, from the first, in October 1965, to issue number 158 in June 1994. (There were a few additional issues published between 1984 and 1995--see below.) All issues in very good or better condition. Each issue of this noted British magazine for collectors of classic jazz and blues records contains several articles, reviews, photos, discographies, and ads. Each issue about 40 pages. There are two copies of issue #119. One has a signed, typed note from the editor (to a subscriber) laid in. From an obituary for editor Lawrence (Laurie) Wright, who died in 2010: "Issue 1 appeared in October 1965. Initially a typical enthusiasts’ fanzine it grew rapidly into what became a peer-reviewed journal of scholarship overseen by Laurie and The Storyville Team. Laurie bought a used Gestetner offset printer to print the publication, which was then collated, folded, stapled and trimmed on equipment ranging from Victorian in vintage to home-made, by other members of the Team. The entire text was prepared for plate-making by Team members on four Olympia typewriters with a Congress-Elite font, using manual half-and quarter-spacing to justify the print columns, first by inspired guesswork then acquired skill, saving typesetting cost. In 1973, Dave French and an IBM Compositor joined the effort, saving labor, eyesight and operator patience, and taking the efficiency level a step beyond Gutenberg. This volunteer crew made the bi-monthly operation financially achievable, inspired substantially by Laurie’s impetus. The schedule was maintained, with very few hiccups; these largely caused by external forces such as postal strikes (another nationally British trait) for 162 issues up to June 1995, upon which Laurie published four biennial volumes, solo, up to 2003. Laurie used his time in retirement thereafter, to carry out detailed analyses of the African-American press, which brought to light a mass of additional data and a postulated re-dating of the activities of the Paramount record label." Special shipping arrangements may be necessary for overseas orders.

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        Circa 1965 Major Projects Planned and Supervised By Robert W. Dowling and City Investing Company New York (with) The Omnia Building A Study for the Pennsylvania Railroad Company

      City Investing Company, New York - London 1965 - Two large loose portfolios, approx. 14" x 18" size sheets; both are illustrated with actual tipped-on professionally-taken photographs, in black and white and color; for several of the projects, very dramatic before-and-after views of the developments are shown; text printed in dark teal-blue on good quality heavy light putty - color paper- stock; the 'Major Projects' sheets (15, including title page cover sheet) include Parkchester, New York, 'the largest planned residential community in the country'; Stuyvesant Town Peter Cooper Village - NYC, 'innovations in large scale metropolitan residential communities'; Penn Center, Philadelphia 'a vital center of commercial business and transportation'; Penn Park Pittsburgh 'occupies six million square feet of land along the Allegheny River'; Gateway Center, Pittsburgh; Calgary, Central City Canada; Sterling Forest, NY; (with) The Omnia Building study, (14) sheets, giving the background for this concept in the 30th street area in Philadelphia, photo of the concept artwork, site location along the Schuylkill River, details of the building ".accommodating a minimum of 50,000 persons, with a potential to increase to 100,000.a vertical street, composed of the many varied facilities and services of a major downtown avenue.offices, exposition and sales, shopping, transportation, communications, manufacturing and distribution." with details of each of these, conveyed via text and composites of imagery on photographs, an impressive site development proposal; Robert W. Dowling (1895 - 1973) American real estate investor, developer and philanthropist; Dowling College on Long Island is named for him - among his many diverse achievements we wish to note here that due to his involvement in the performing arts, ". In 1959, President Dwight Eisenhower tapped Dowling to head the Arts Advisory Committee of the National Cultural Center in Washington. Dowling proposed the design of the center, which later became the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts." (from the Dowling College site biography - see it for extensive references to Dowling and his creative and wide-ranging career); not dated and circa 1965 from internal evidence; light edge, tips wear to sheets; occasionally, some old mounting-spots are found on the backs, not intrusive or detracting; the black and white photographs especially are very sharp and well-delineated, the color photos more muted, reflecting the technology of the time and their age; both portfolios in very good condition and an interesting group of material, documenting some of the largest real estate development projects in the United States & Canada by one of the business' largest investment firms in mid-20th century; (with) 11 extra plates, being doubles of some of the pages noted above. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Homecoming

      London: Methuen & Co.. (1965). First. First edition. Fine in fine, very lightly rubbed dustwrapper. In custom chemise and quarter morocco gilt and cloth slipcase. Inscribed by Pinter to Vivien Merchant, the lead (and only) actress in the play, and also his wife: "June 1965 To Vivien. Thank you! David." Pinter was an actor as well, and here uses his stage name, which was David Baron. The Homecoming won the Tony Award for Best Play in 1967, and Merchant was nominated for Best Actress. As good an association as is possible in what is probably the Nobel Prize-winning playwright's best-known, and commercially most successful drama. .

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        Safety Net

      Robert Hale Limited 1965 - AUTHOR, Margaret Ferguson - Publisher, Robert Hale Limited - Copyright, 1965 - No Edition Specified - Front Cover Reads: Safety Net - Margaret Ferguson - Hardcover With Dust Jacket - In Used, But Fair Condition - There Are No Markings - Structure Is Good - Dust Cover Shows Mild Edge Wear And Slight Tear - Outer Spine Is Secure - Binding Is Secure - Pages And Text Are Clean - RARE BOOK! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Last Analysis

      New York: Viking Press. (1965). First. Uncorrected proof, consisting of unbound long, folded galleys, with two applied labels: a title label and a summary label. Modest wear, near fine. A rare state of Bellow's first play, it is likely that fewer than a dozen were printed. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Beschreibung und Contrafactur von den vornembsten Stetten der Welt / der vornembster Stät der Welt [6 Bände],

      Plochingen, Verlag Müller und Schindler, 1965 - je Band ein Kommentarheft (Broschur) F203 Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 12000 Fol., > 35 - 45 cm, gebunden, Ganzkunstleder, mit goldgeprägtem Titel und Verzierungen auf dem Einband, jeweils in Schuber, Schuber teils angestoßen, Bücher aber alle in gutem Zustand [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      Verona: Editiones Dominicae di Franco Riva, 1965. Prima edizione di 150 es. numerati. broch, camicia, custodia (broch, chemise, slip-case). Ottimo (Fine). 4to (cm 36,3x26,5). Con tre acqueforti originali di Pericle Fazzini, firmate a matita dall'Artista (cm 22x15) Volume composto a mano da Franco Riva con carattere Janson sul suo torchio privato, in carta a tino di Pescia. Esemplare n. 113 [Tamborini, 1997; Gambetti, 2007]

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      New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1965.. Quarto. Cloth-backed pictorial boards. Illustrated throughout with woodcuts by Antonio Frasconi. About fine in defective glassine wrapper and slightly smudged slipcase. First edition, limited issue. Translated by Else Neuberger, with a prefatory note by Angel Flores. In addition to three hundred numbered copies printed on Rives mouldmade paper in Emerson type at the Spiral Press, signed by the artist and printer, this is one of an unknown number denoted as an "artist's copy." The frontispiece in these deluxe copies is an original woodcut, printed in three colors, and signed in the margin by Frasconi. This copy bears the artist's 1994 gift inscription, signed in full, on the title-page.

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      London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson,, 1965—1972—1978.. 1939-44: The Years Between; 1963-74: The Parting Years; 1944-48: The Happy Years (Proof Copy). 3 works, octavo. Original blue cloth, spine lettered in gilt, top edge orange; original green boards, spine lettered in gilt, top edge yellow; original orange wrappers lettered in black. With the pictorial dust jackets. With photographic plates. Vol. I: spine gently rolled, some minor stains to the rear board. Vol. II: a fine copy. Vol. III: some stains to the edges. Overall an excellent set in the bright jackets that have some nicks to the extremities. First two volumes first editions, third proof copy. With the first volume inscribed by Beaton to Beatrix Miller, who was the editor of British Vogue from 1964 to 1986.

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        Paris / l'Opera [Romeo and Juliet

      . Chagall, Marc. Paris / l'Opera [Romeo and Juliet.] [Lithographic poster printed in colors] by Mourlot Gallery. Paris: Mourlot, 1965. On paper, 24x38î 610x965 mm, sheet. The decoration for the ceiling of the Paris Opera by Chagall was commissioned by Andre Malraux, then the Cabinet Minister in charge of Cultural Affairs. This interpretive rendering of lithograph executed by Charles Sorlier, from a detail of the preliminary sketch of the ceiling of the Paris Opera. This fragment is a tribute to Berlioz for Romeo and Juliet; it also includes pictures of the Place de la Concorde and the Arc de Triomphe Ref: Sorlier, Chagall's Posters, A Catalogue Raisonne, 96; Weill page 358.

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        Deutsche Juden Heute

      Munich: Loening Verlags Munchen [n.d. but 1965] - First Edition. Quarto. Leonard Freed's first book. A fine association copy, INSCRIBED by Freed to John Morris, former director of Magnum, a group to which Freed belonged: "For John Morris / A good old friend / Leonard Freed." Black and white images of German Jews in the early sixties. Paper toning a bit at the edges, else just about fine in laminated photo-illustrated boards as issued. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A.A. 30 (30th Anniversary Year and International Convention, Toronto Ontario Canada July 2-4, 1965)

      Alcoholics Anonymous Worldwide Services - INSCRIBED! Toronto: (Alcoholics Anonymous, 1965). 1st edition of this book produced for the AA convention in Toronto. Signed/Inscribed by Bill Wilson, one of the founders of AA: "My dear Esther â€" With this my greatest affection. Ever Bill 1/14/65." Includes a letter to Mr. H. Foster Hunter from Ann Macfarlane of the AA General Service Office discussing his request for an autographed copy of the book. "AA 30th Anniversary" bookplate with Esther Hunter's name and address and "A gift from," signed by Foster Hunter. The book prints a greeting letter from Bill and many photographs with short articles about AA in Canada and "Up to Now." Inquire if you need further information. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Paesaggi di Donna

      Milano: Bruno Alfieri Editore, 1965. Prima edizione (First edition). ril mezza tela (half-cloth binding). Ottimo (Fine). 8vo. Testo di Georges Thonet. Fotografie in bianco e nero a piena e doppia pagina di René Maechler Il mio occhio, idealmente piazzato dov'è l'occhio della Donna - e quale emozione in questa sostituzione segreta - scopre per la prima volta un'altra prospettiva. I due seni, alti e rotondi, svelano l'ombelico. Più giù, e non ho quasi la forza di proseguire l'esplorazione visiva, è un'ombra vasta, scurissima, eccitante sino alla debilitazione. Catalogo ansiosamente: seni, dorso, occhi, labbra, denti luccicanti. E poi: strane forme filiformi (peli?), curve irriconoscibili, tagli netti o appena inutili, e tutto sprofonda di nuovo nell'astratto. Anche questa volta non sono riuscito a possedere tutto il Corpo. Riprovo ancora. Ma, come mai, tutto è cambiato. Nuove forme, nuova luce. Tutto diverso. Un Nuovo Corpo?" (dal testo di G. Thonet). Stampa della Fantoni Artegrafica di Venezia su carta Larius della cartiera Burgo. Tavole fotografiche applicate ai due piatti

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

      Frankfurt am Main, S. Fischer Verlag, 1965.. 9.-13. Tausend 78 Seiten 8°, gebundene Ausgabe, Leinen. 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.

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        Mutterleiber Vaterländer. Stierstadt, Eremiten-Presse 1965. Etwa 23 : 16,5 cm (Buch) und 30,5 : 22,5 cm (Kassette). 9 Blätter Textheft und 13 Tafeln mit farb. "Maschinenmalereien" von Arno Waldschmidt. Orig.-Broschur und lose Folge in Leinenkassette mit eingelegter Orig.-Grafik. - Vorzugsausgabe.

      . . Spindler 1.229a. - Slg. Rossipaul 737 (dieses Exemplar). - Erste Ausgabe. - Passgänge Bd. XII. - Es wurde 250 num. Exemplare des illustrierten Buches hergestellt. Hier eins von 4 Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe mit der großen, lose beigelegten Folge der "Maschinenmalereien" (das Buch selbst hier nicht illustriert). - Druckvermerk vom Künstler, A. Waldschmidt, signiert. - Der Begleittext als Blockbuch gebunden, Text auf violettem Papier. - Die Grafiken etwa 18 : 13 cm / 25 : 17 cm (Darstellung / Blattgröße) unter Passepartout montiert liegen in einer Extra-Mappe bei. Beides, Text und Grafiksuite, in einer Leinenkassette mit aufgelegter, aus der Folge wiederholten Grafik illustriert, ebenfalls vom Künstler signiert. Diese Kassette ist bestoßen. Das Buch mit kleinem Sammlerstempel. Text und Grafiken in sehr guter Erhaltung.

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      Revista de Occidente,, Madrid 1965 - 16.2x22. 135pp. Buen ejemplar. Envíos para España: el pago contra reembolso conlleva un recargo de 2 Euros. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Tin Can Tree

      Knopf, NY 1965 - Her second novel, a powerful and moving story of a young boy coming to terms with his little sister's death. A little foxing to top stain; else fine in a near fine, price-clipped dust jacket with a couple faint spots and rubbing to the spine. A very nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Tin Can Tree (First Edition)

      Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1965 - First Edition. Fine and unread in an about Near Fine dust jacket, with a brilliant yellow topstain. Moderate toning to the jacket spine, with a small sticker shadow to the top o the rear panel, else Fine. An attractive and especially fresh copy of the author's second book. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Untold Adventures of Santa Claus: 30 original line illustrations for this Odgen Nash title: pen and india ink on bristol board, one signed "Ionicus"

      n.p, ca. 1965 - Armitage (born 1913) is a noted English painter and illustrator; his work has been described as "meticulously executed drawings incised with pellucid linearity", and these amusing drawings are very nice indeed (NASH, OGDEN) The drawings average about 4 x 6 inches. . Fine condition. Dictionary of British Cartoonists and Caricaturists 1730-1980, p. 6

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        In Cold Blood

      New York: Random House, 1965. Prima edizione (First Edition, First Impression). ril tela, sovrac (cloth, DJ). Ottimo (Fine). 8vo. A True Account of a Multiple Murder and its Consequences 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. Dust jacket has price of $5.95 on upper right of front flap, 1/66 at lower right corner of front flap [Galati, 1980; Tartarus, 2007]

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        Brief mit eigenh. Unterschrift. (Prag) 11.9.1965. 1 S. 4°.

      . . Inhaltsreiches und aufschlussreiches Schreiben des späteren Präsidenten der Tschechoslowakei am Beginn seiner Laufbahn als Theaterdichter im Westen, in tschechischer Sprache über seine Arbeit mit Jan Grossman am Theater am Geländer, die bevorstehende österreichische Uraufführung seines 'Gartenfest' im Volkstheater, Wien (Regie Georg Lhotsky) und den damit verbundenen Wienbesuch, Passangelegenheiten, die Einladung durch die Österreichische Gesellschaft für Literatur, das Begleitprogramm im Theater und Übersetzungsprobleme mit seiner 'Benachrichtigung', die erst zwei Jahre später fertiggestellt sein sollte.

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        Paris / l'Opera [Romeo and Juliet

      Chagall, Marc. Paris / l'Opera [Romeo and Juliet.] [Lithographic poster printed in colors] by Mourlot Gallery. Paris: Mourlot, 1965. On paper, 24x38î 610x965 mm, sheet. The decoration for the ceiling of the Paris Opera by Chagall was commissioned by Andre Malraux, then the Cabinet Minister in charge of Cultural Affairs. This interpretive rendering of lithograph executed by Charles Sorlier, from a detail of the preliminary sketch of the ceiling of the Paris Opera. This fragment is a tribute to Berlioz for Romeo and Juliet; it also includes pictures of the Place de la Concorde and the Arc de Triomphe Ref: Sorlier, Chagall's Posters, A Catalogue Raisonne, 96; Weill page 358.

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        Le Plafond de l'Opéra de Paris

      Monte Carlo: André Sauret,, 1965. Quarto. Original red cloth, titles to spine and illustration to front board in black. With the dust jacket, wraparound band and the original acetate and buff card slipcase. Illustrated by Marc Chagall, including one loose original lithograph frontispiece (Mourlot 434) housed in a folder and six colour lithographs after Chagall by Sorlie, colour and monochrome illustrations throughout, and one double-sided fold-out illustration to the rear pocket. Dampstain to one side of slipcase, else a fine copy. First edition, first impression. Inscribed by Chagall inside the folder housing the original lithograph, "Pour Mr Edmuni, en souvenir, Marc Chagall, 1971".

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      London: Faber (1965). 1st edition, full red boards, with printed dust jacket. The British poet Anthony Thwaite's personal copy, with his ownership signature to the first FEP. Thwaite, Plath, and Ted Hughes (whom Thwaite interviewed for the BBC in January 1963) were contemporaries. They were all published together in the "New Poems" section of the February 1962 issue of THE LONDON MAGAZINE (Vol 1, No 11), a copy of which is included in the present offering. Peter K. Steinberg states, in his excellent biography SYLVIA PLATH (Chelsea House, Great Writers Series, 2004, p. 2), "The book that first brought her (Plath) to prominence was her second collection of poetry, posthumously assembled and published as ARIEL in 1965." Both of the publications, ARIEL and THE LONDON MAGAZINE, are housed in a custom archival box. Only minimal wear to the books. A unique contemporary association copy.

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      Faber, 1965. 1st edition. Hardcover. Super copy of the book, the boards, pages and endpapers being extremely clean and tidy, no marks of any kind, in a very near fine dustjacket, a couple of small pieces of restoration, not price-clipped, the slightest of tanning to the spine. In short, a very attractive example of Plath's poems written between The Colossus and her death in 1963. Included is the scarce Poetry Society Bulletin of February 1965 in which the book is analysed and recommended by 'T.H.'

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        Dog's Death

      [Cambridge, Massachusetts]: Printed in Harvard Yard by The Adams House and Lowell House Printers. May, 1965. First. First edition. Broadside. Measuring 10" x 13.25". Slightest bumping at corners, still easily fine. One of 100 numbered copies Signed by the author. The first limited signed edition by Updike, a devastating poem about a lost pet, distributed on a single day at Harvard, and long considered one of the rarest, if not the rarest of Updike's "A" items. Of the 100 copies, 15 are currently held in institutional libraries. .

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        A Dialogue with Solitude

      (Culpepper, VA): A Community Press Publication. 1965. First. First edition. Thin quarto. A neat gift inscription on a preliminary page, top corner slightly bumped, very near fine lacking the dustwrapper. Arresting photography, and an exceptionally scarce title. .

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        Tendance populaire surréaliste, Association pour l?étude du mouvement Dada.

      - 1965-1971. Collection de bulletins et documents ronéotés, réunis dans un classeur. Provenance : archives de la librairie Nicaise, Paris. / Collection of roneo-ed reports & documents, gathered in a binder. Provenance: archives of the Librairie nicaise, Paris. * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s). Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable. Langue : Français

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