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        The James Bond Dossier

      London: Jonathan Cape. (1965). First. Uncorrected proof. Fine in very slightly soiled wrappers. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Race: A Study in Superstition

      New York: Harper & Row,, 1965. Revised, with a new Preface. Octavo. Original brown cloth, titles to spine gilt An excellent copy in the lightly rubbed and marked jacket. Second edition, revised. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper "For Lionel & Diana, with ever affectionate thoughts, this dull old book that faithfully reflects the dull old friend who sends it, Jacques. Dec 22/64". Literary critic Lionel Trilling (1905–75) worked at Columbia during the same period as Barzun, and for thirty years the two jointly taught the Colloquium on Important Books, counting among their students Alan Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, and Louis Menand. A lovely and significant presentation copy.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        A Reverence for Wood

      New York: Wilfred Funk, Inc.. (1965). First. First edition. Quarto. Fine in fine dustwrapper with perhaps the slightest of sunning at the spine. Promotional brochure for Sloane's works laid in. Sloane has Inscribed the book to the great boxing champion Gene Tunney: "To Gene Tunney who always had a reverence for wood. Eric Sloane. Warren, Conn." beneath which Sloane has drawn the figure of a man (Tunney?) fleeing from a toppling tree. Presumably the drawing tells a story, and we will be happy to fabricate one if you'd like. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Genesis. Die Schöpfung der Welt. Im deutschen Wortlaut der Zürcher Bibel. Mit neun von den Originalstöcken gedruckten Farbholzschnitten von Felix Hoffmann.

      Verlag Ars librorum Gotthard de Beauclair., Frankfurt am Main 1965 - Frankfurt am Main Verlag Ars librorum Gotthard de Beauclair. 1965. 41x25,5 cm. 26 n.n. S. Originalpappband, als Blockbuch gebunden. Im Schuber. "Dreizehnter Ars librorum Druck." - Nr. 212 von 475 numerierten und signierten Exemplaren, beiliegend die Suite (Nr. 25 von 75) der 9 Farbholzschnitte, jedes Blatt handschriftlich numeriert und signiert, in Originalbroschurdecke. - Die Suite in der linken oberen Ecke schwach eselsohrig. Sprache: Deutsch Originalpappband, als Blockbuch gebunden. Im Schuber. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein]
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      Frankfurt am Main: Verlag Ars Librorum Gotthard de Beauclair, [1965].. Folio (41 x 25 cm). Pictorial boards. Illustrated with eight original full- page multicolor woodcuts. Fine in modestly worn and lightly soiled slipcase. First edition in this format, illustrated with color woodcuts by Felix Hoffmann. From a total edition of five hundred copies, this is one of seventy-five copies numbered in Roman, signed by the artist, accompanied by a separate suite of the eight woodcuts, each of them signed and numbered by the artist in the lower margin.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        Alfred Hitchcock's Monster Museum [SIGNED by HITCHCOCK and Bradbury]

      NY: Random House 1965 - First edition, first printing (unstated); SIGNED by ALFRED HITCHCOCK with his customary DOODLE self-caricature on the page opposite the half-title page; also SIGNED by RAY BRADBURY with a black sharpie at his inclusion, the short story 'Homecoming' (both simply signed, not inscribed to anyone); hardcover with pictorial boards identical to the dust jacket; in VERY-GOOD/NEAR-FINE condition (shows some rubbing along the edges, especially around the top/bottom of spine; a couple corners gently bumped/rubbed; the dust jacket is un-clipped, with the original 395 price on the inside flap; overall, a clean and presentable copy); comes with a GLOSSY PHOTO of Ray Bradbury at his signing event. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bookcount]
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        Portrait photograph of President Johnson, inscribed to Supreme Court Justice Arthur Goldberg

      N.p. [Washington, D.C.], n.d. [ca. 1965?] - The (undated) inscription reads: "To Arthur Goldberg-/ With the high regard and affection/ of his friend-/ Lyndon B. Johnson." Appointed by President Kennedy, Goldberg was an Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court from 1962 to 1965 and one of the most significant justices of the twentieth century. In his three terms on the bench he pushed the Court's toward a broader construction of personal rights, a course it followed over the following two decades. He is best known for his influential 1963 internal Supreme Court memorandum that condemned capital punishment as an example of "cruel and unusual punishment," as defined by the Eighth Amendment, and his opinion in Griswold v. Connecticut (1965), which argued against a Connecticut law banning the use of contraceptives because it violated an unumerated right to privacy guaranteed by the Ninth Amendment. The memo initiated a wave of litigation and legislation that led to the abolition of the death penalty in several states; the Griswold opinion laid the foundation for Roe v. Wade (1973), which established a women's right to have an abortion. When Adlai Stevenson, Ambassador to the United Nations, died in 1965 President Johnson decided to appoint Goldberg to fill his seat. Johnson's larger plan was to put Abe Fortas on the bench because he knew Fortas would defend his Great Society programs (and spy on the Court for him). Probably a recipient of the legendary Johnson "treatment," Goldberg was persuaded to resign while flying to Stevenson's funeral on Air Force One. This photograph may be a memento of that 1965 flight, or one of the tools Johnson used to persuade Goldberg (JOHNSON, LYNDON BAINES) 10 x 8. Color print, both inscription and signature beneath the image; with credit printed in the image at lower left. Glazed and framed in tasteful black-and-gold wooden 16" x 19" frame. A few tiny nicks to frame, image fine

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        The Painted Bird

      Boston, Houghton Mifflin 1965 - Signed, inscribed and dated by the author. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945--Europe, Eastern--Fiction. Poland--History--Occupation, 1939-1945--Fiction. Abandoned children--Fiction. [Positively revised from the first edition becoming, as a consequence the author's definintive edition]. Fine cloth copy in a near fine, very slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dw, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered. 1 Kg. 272 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        Cold Dogs in the Courtyard: Poems.

      Literary Times-Cyfoeth, Chicago 1965 - First (and only) Edition. 1/500 copies issued. A fine bright copy in original tan, saddle-stitched paper wraps. Signed by Bukowski on the title page in the year of publication with "Los Angeles, Calif., this August 28th; ONE 9 SIX 5" with a flower drawing. Signed copies of this pre-Black Sparrow chapbook are extremely rare especially given the date of the signing. Catalog Scotch

      [Bookseller: Gregor Rare Books]
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        La maison de rendez-vous.

      Paris, Editions de Minuit, No. 21 of 99 copies printed on Pur Fil Lafuma paper. 1965 - Edition Originale/First Edition of a French novel. The text is in FRENCH. 215 pp. 5 ½ in. x 7 ½ in. This copy is bound by Pierre-Lucien Martin (1913-1985), with his name stamped on the lower edge of the inner front cover. The binding features a spine and sides of black polished leather with an in-laid geometric design in light blue, blue, and orange leathers. With gilt outlining and gilt titling,and dark blue paper over boards and with cover fore-edges in black polished leather. Top edge gilt. Red end papers with original printed spine and covers bound in. A dark blue paper-covered felt-lined slipcase with the outer edges in black polished leather. Small leather owner’s label with initials "JD" on the front free end-paper. This book has an unusual and beautiful geometric binding. M. Martin ranks high among the outstanding French design bookbinders of the last 50 years. He was trained at the École Estiènne in Paris and worked for a number of binders before striking out on his own after World War II. His designs are characterized by subtle coloring and geometrical patterns seeking to create a three-dimensional effect. His bindings are very uncommon in the marketplace. An extremely fine copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Cold Dogs in the Courtyard: Poems

      Chicago:: Literary Times-Cyfoeth,, 1965. . A Near Fine copy in paper wraps with a red .75 price inked to the front cover. This is one of only 500 copies issued.of this very early small press collection of Bukowski's poems. Small press publications from the early sixties of Bukowski's poetry are extremely uncommon. This twelve page chapbook brings together thirteen poems that first appeared in separate issues of eleven small press journals devoted to Bukowski' 'meat school' poetry. .

      [Bookseller: Gregor Rare Books]
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        BORDER - VOL. 1, NO. 2

      Border Press, Fort Smith 1965 - Mimeographed sheets in pale green printed wrappers, stapled - a Very Good+ copy. Light wear and toning to the extremities, creasing along the lower front wrapper, with light foxing to top edge of text and staples beginning to rust. The very scarce second issue of this short-lived literary magazine published by Wayne Philpot's Border Press. The issue contains the first appearance of Bukowski's poem 'I Keep Wanting To Cry About Everything But I Can't Get Started.' Additionally, he contributed the cover illustration entitled 'Sunday Afternoon in Heaven.' Philpot was quite taken with the quality of Bukowski's drawings, and in addition to using one to grace the first two covers of Border, he asked for several more with the intention of producing a limited edition book featuring his artwork. The projected title was 'Atomic Scribblings from a Maniac Age,' and while it was promoted and advertised, Philpot ultimately vanished with the drawings without a word. Quite uncommon in the trade, with OCLC locating 2 holdings for this issue (UC Santa Barbara & Kent State). Dorbin C267.

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        Confessions of a Man Insane Enough to Live with Beasts. Fragments from a Disorder See: Human Race

      Bensenville:: Mimeo Press,, 1965. . A Near Fine copy with a slight crease to the corner of the text block in original illustrated paper covers. 1/500 only copies. In this fragmentary story concerns two of Bukowski's favorite themes: bad luck and bad times. Impoosible, surrealistic characters populate this story where no one is is really normal just hysterical types created by a writer who cannot accept the banality of the ordinary..

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        A Reverence for Wood

      New York: Wilfred Funk, Inc.. (1965). First. First edition. Quarto. Fine in fine dustwrapper with perhaps the slightest of sunning at the spine. Promotional brochure for Sloane's works laid in. Sloane has Inscribed the book to the great boxing champion Gene Tunney: "To Gene Tunney who always had a reverence for wood. Eric Sloane. Warren, Conn." beneath which Sloane has drawn the figure of a man (Tunney?) fleeing from a toppling tree. Presumably the drawing tells a story, and we will be happy to fabricate one if you'd like. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        GOD BLESS YOU, MR. ROSEWATER (Signed First Edition)

      Holt, Rinehart & Winston, New York 1965 - First printing. Near Fine book with minor cocking to the spine and corners worn. In a Very Good jacket with minor loss in the corners and spine ends, but generally clean and unfaded. SIGNED by the author on the front end paper. While many copies have signed book plates, copies that were actually presented to the author for signing are quite scarce. Additional images available upon request. Near Fine in Very Good. dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, ABAA, ILAB]
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        God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater

      London: Jonathan Cape. (1965). The first British edition of Vonnegut's sixth book, one of the novels that began earning him a small but passionate following in the mid-1960s, before his breakthrough to the status of "major author," which came when Slaughterhouse-Five was published. Signed by the author. Fine in a near fine dust jacket with mild rubbing to the rear panel and very slight edge wear. In custom clamshell case. First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        God Bless You Mr. Rosewater, or Pears Before Swine

      Holt Rinehart and Winston, New York 1965 - The first edition ( stated ) published by Holt Rinehart and Winston in 1965. Bound in the publishers gray cloth and colorful boards. A near fine example of the book with just a trace of toning to the lower board edges. Dust jacket price clipped, and with some light overall soiling. Dust jacket very good. This copy has been signed by Vonnegut on the front endpaper. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Reluctant Bookseller]
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        Lithographies de l'Atelier Mourlot

      London: Redfern Gallery, 1965. Original lithographs by Picasso, Matisse, Calder, Buffet, Giacometti, Chagall and others. (Cramer, Miró Illustrated Books, no. 104; Picasso Illustrated Books, no. 132).

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        The Novels

      New York, Alfred A. Knopf,, 1965. Red Harvest, The Dain Curse, The Maltese Falcon, The Glass Key, The Thin Man. Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in full crimson morocco, titles to spine gilt, raised bands, twin rule to turn-ins gilt, plain dark green endpapers, all edges gilt. A fine copy. First collected edition, first printing.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Spinning Man VI

      1965.. Lithograph. Light creasing to edges and a hint of foxing to lower edge. Size: 57.5 x 80.5 cm. Edition of 50 and 5 artist's proofs. Signed and dated in pencil by Frink lower right.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      London: Jonathan Cape,. [1965]. Octavo,. dark pink decorated wrappers with publisher's printed paper label affixed to front wrapper.. Lightly rubbed along spine folds, faint crease at lower front corner. tip, a nearly fine copy. A rare proof. (#102827). Advance copy (uncorrected proof) of the first British edition. One of the purest expressions of Vonnegut's social and political criticism, and of his idealism, in his fiction. Eliot Rosewater is a good man, a vision of secular sainthood, in spite of the corrupting forces of the world. Kilgore Trout appears, too. The musical adaptation was the first collaboration of Menken and Ashman, and a little-known gem. Pieratt, Huffman-klinkowitz and Klinkowitz AF8 (not noting the proof state).

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        Seeing Voice Welsh Heart. Original lithographs by Paul Jenkins.

      - (Paris), Editions de la Galerie Karl Flinker, 1965. Folio (38,3 : 26,5 cm). 75,(5) S., 2 w.Bl. Mit 6 blattgrossen Farblithographien von Paul Jenkins, jeweils in Bleistift signiert und numeriert. Lose in Orig.-Umschlag in dunkelroter Chemise mit RTitel in Gold und rotem Leinenschuber mit einer zusätzlichen, mont. Orig.-Farblithographie. Eines von 265 numerierten Exemplaren auf vélin pur chiffon de Rives. - Alle sechs im Buch befindlichen Lithographien tragen im unteren Bereich der Darstellung die handschriftliche Signatur des Künstlers sowie die Nummer des Exemplars. - Der Text besteht aus 17 Gedichten und Anmerkungen des walisischen Dichters Cyril Hodges. - Tadelloses Exemplar der schönen Publikation. - Nicht bei Monod. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gerhard Zähringer, Antiquariat & Galerie]
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        The Aristos. A self-portrait in ideas.

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1965 - Octavo. Original blue boards, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. A little spotting to endpapers and edges of text block. A very good copy in the spotted jacket with slightly faded spine panel. First UK edition, first impression. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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      Philadeliphia: Chilton Book Company. 1965. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Very Good in a Very Good original, first issue dust jacket. True First Edition with First Edition stated on the copyright page. Four lines of Publisher information on back flap and has the $5.95 price present on front flap. Dune was awarded the first Nebula Award in 1965 and shared a Hugo Award in 1966. Also was the basis for the film by David Lynch. ; ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

      [Bookseller: Rare Book Cellar]
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        Orchard Keeper

      Random House 1965 - First Edition, First Printing with "First Edition" printed on the copyright page. An attractive dustjacket with light wear to the spine and panels. This original first issue dustjacket has the $4.95 price printed on the front flap with some wear and chips to the panels. The book is solid. The binding is tight, and the boards are crisp with light wear to the edges. The pages are clean with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a sharp clean copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION in collector's condition. We buy Cormac McCarthy First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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        La commedia di Dante Alighieri nel testo e nel commento di Niccolò Tommaseo

      Milano: Aldo Martello Editore. 1965. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Three volumes: 361, 333, 345pp. Edition published to celebrate the seven hundredth anniversary of Dante's birth and limited to 500 numbered copies. Full deep green morocco ruled and lettered in gold on the spine, five raised bands, top edges gilt, others uncut, green endpapers; printed on special Ventura paper. The volumes come in sturdy green paper covered publisher's slipcases with leather inserts. With more than one hundred illustrations by fifty contemporary Italian artists including Giorgio de Chirico, Renato Guttuso, Emilio Greco, Aligi Sassu, Carlo Carrà, Remo Brindisi, Massimo Campigli, Carlo Corsi, Carlo Guarienti assembled for a special Quadriennale exhibition in 1960. Very mild wear to the spines but a superb set nonetheless. This copy, not numbered, is ad personam for Bruno Molajoli. ; Quarto .

      [Bookseller: Parigi Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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        The Magus

      Cape, London 1965 - Near fine in original light green wrappers. Uncorrected proof in proof dust jacket with edgewear and internal tape mends. Uncommon in this condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Clayton Fine Books]
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        The Man With The Golden Gun

      London - Jonathan Cape, 1965 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. %0D%0AA first edition of the twelfth James Bond novel by Ian Fleming, published posthumously. %0D%0ATechnically the second impression, without the gilt gun motif to the front board (though the first is exceedingly rare and expensive). %0D%0AThe story centres on the fictional British Secret Service operative James Bond, who had been posted missing, presumed dead, after his last mission in Japan. Bond returns to England via the Soviet Union, where he had been brainwashed to attempt to assassinate his superior, M. After being cured by the MI6 doctors, Bond is sent to the Caribbean to find and kill Francisco Scaramanga, the titular Man with the Golden Gun , which he does. %0D%0AThe novel was serialised in 1965, firstly in the Daily Express newspaper and then in Playboy magazine; in 1966 a daily comic strip adaptation was also published in the Daily Express. In 1974 the book was loosely adapted as the ninth film in the Eon Productions James Bond series, with Roger Moore playing Bond and Fleming's cousin, Christopher Lee, as Scaramanga. %0D%0ACondition: %0D%0AIn a black cloth binding with original unclipped dustwrapper. Externally, generally smart, with just some slight bumping. Dustwrapper is smart, with just some chipping andtidemarks to the upper edge. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and clean, with just a few spots to the fore-edge. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED in a VERY GOOD dustwrapper. %0D%0A%0D%0A.

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        Painting as a Pastime

      Cornerstone Library 1965 - Book of 32 pages and 18 full page illustrations . 8$ for post for every country . Ref liver 996 boîte 82 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Michel Guay]
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        Tuscarora Recollections, [Preface by David J. Reinhardt, Jr.]

      Wilmington, Delaware: (Privately Printed. Printed by the Anthoensen Press Portland, Me), 1965 - Mostly reminiscences of the Tuscarora Club, near Margaretville in the Catskills, but also with a trip to the Beaverkill one rainy April day. Portraits of Ogden Pleissner, Carl Martin, Jr., etc. Inscribed "To Ted Harvey / Pres. Del. Wild Lands Inc. / with all the best AEB 9/9/67" First edition. Probably 50 or 100 copies. 8vo. Illustrated with photos and with 4 colored tipped-in plates by Ogden Pleissner. vii, [1], 24 pp. Black cloth spine and boards. Fine. Heller 727 "Rare"; Not in Bruns [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Pierre Legrain Relieur Repertoire Descriptif Et Bibliographique De Mille Deux Cent Trente-Six Reliures

      Librairie Auguste Blaizot, Paris 1965 - 204 pages. 33 x 27 cm. Limited edition, copy 315 of 600 printed on Velin de Rives. Introduction by Professeur Jacques Millot. 243 reproductions of bindings in heliiogravure, and seven tipped-in plates in full-color. Handsomely produced retrospective, spectacular Art Deco bindings of Pierre Legrain. Fresh, clean copy, partly unopened, front cover of wrappers very slightly bumped. Orig. printed stiff wrappers. Fine in fine in near fine brown cloth chemise in very good, slightly worn matching cloth slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royoung Bookseller, Inc. ABAA]
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        [Printing Plate]: Hear Martin Luther King. Rally on Human Rights Day, December 10 to Benefit South African Victims of Apartheid

      New York: American Committee on Africa. [1965]. Large printing plate. Measuring 12.25" 16.25". Zinc[?] printing plate mounted on hardwood (probably cherry). A little rubbing else very near fine; eyelet and wire on verso presumably used to hang on a wall. Printing plate for an apparently lost poster. The rally at Hunter College featured Dr. King, Leon Bibb, Miriam Makeba, H. E. Achkar Marof (Guinea's Representative to the U.N. and head of the U.N. Committee on Apartheid), Pete Seeger, and an unnamed South African exile. The goal of the event was to raise money for the legal defense of political prisoners and support the families of South African men in jail, which at the time would have included Nelson Mandela. While a leaflet for the event exists with similar (but not identical) text but with different layout, we could find no evidence of examples of this larger poster or broadside. A unique artifact showing the intersection of the Civil Rights and Anti-Apartheid Movements. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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      Société Médicale de Saint Luc 1965 - RO40188917: Env. 230 fascicules d'env. 40 pages chacun. Env. 10 fascicules par année. Années 1940-1947 et 1964 manquantes. Années 1948, 1963 et 1965 très incomplètes. Tampons et annotations de bibliothèque en couvertures. Rare. Avec l'Annuaire 1936 de la Société Médicale de Saint Luc, et le n° 3, mars 1964. Sommaire du n° 1, 38e année, jan. 1932: La Société de Saint-Luc, Historique, état actuel, Statuts et Règlement. Liste des Comités régionaux. Sommaire du n° 10, 71e année, déc. 1965: La coopération sanitaire avec les pays en voie de développement. Avant programme du Congrès. Rostand et Teilhard, Rémy Chauvin. Une déclaration sur Teilhard. Dans le sillage de saint Paul. La vocation religieuse féminine, Dr Anne-marie Léannec. Visiteurs d'hôpitaux. 3e Congrès asiatique de Médecins Catholiques, Bombay, nov. 1964. Bibliographie. In-8 Broché. Bon état. Couv. légèrement passée. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur acceptable Classification Dewey : 610-Sciences médicales. Médecine [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      Omarr, Santa Monica 1965 - Sydney Omarr / Henry Miller Archive. 6 typed letters, 5 from Miller's great friend & America’s most popular astrologer, Sydney Omarr - 1 from Joseph Chenko [for Omarr] [5 on Omarr's letterhead] dated from 4/16/65 to 12/10/77 1 - 4/16/65 on yellow bond, 2 pages - "Dear Henry / Am just starting to read LETTERS TO ANAIS NIN have been asked to review it for the Los Angeles Times. Hope I can do it justice. / Your vigor comes through even in those early letters: the misery of that teaching job, the cold, the emptiness – these are made real. Your feeling for Nin, too, is there even so early - telling that, it seems to me, that one might have for a life-line, something that provides the nourishment of home, anticipating - kindred soul. . / any way, it is good again to discover Henry Miller. . . / Your friend / [signed] Omarr" 2- 10/7/71 One page. On Sydney Omarr Letterhead. In part. "Dear Henry: Thanks for the items. The intro you did for Langman was splendid. All of us owe you a great deal. Naturally I am looking forward to the introduction you are doing for me. For that, how can I thank you? / I feel you would enjoy Gustav Holst's record THE PLANETS. . . / Did I ever tell you this? That, when Albert Dekker took his life, he scrawled on his body the words I told him he would write about himself. That Gael, once tried to take her life and wrote in soap on the hotel mirror, "I love Sydney." That I once "boxed" a fellow and, when he wanted to quit, I kept pounding him until he began to cry in front of everyone. I have never been ashamed so much in my life. Hurts when I recall it. / Happy Days. . . To come! / [Signed] Omarr" 3- 11/2/71 One page. On Sydney Omarr Letterhead. In part. "Dear Henry: All goes well, so far, with the new drug treatment. / For you, Full Moon tonight falls in area of the chart which indicates SPECIAL ACTIVITY THROUGHOUT MONTH HAVING TO DO WITH POSSESSIONS, FINANCES. A transaction will be completed which begins that "onslaught" of money. . . Incidentally, Canadian television crew much impressed with my "gallery" of Henry Miller. / Best as usual / [Signed] Omarr" 4 - 2/1/72 One page. On Sydney Omarr Letterhead. In part. "Dear Henry: . . . Sent you a copy of my new book. Check Aries and you will note recollection of our meeting with George Jessel. I have been interviewed by N.Y. times, will be interviewed tomorrow by West Magazine of L.AA. Times and will be on KABC - Radio February 6th. . . Debating with the head of the UCLA dept, of astronomy. . . Your chart shows you are slightly indisposed today. But it should be temporary. Merely intestinal gas [moon in Virgo in your 6th sector]. / See you soon / Best wishes. [Signed] Omarr" 5 - 12/3/75 One page. On Sydney Omarr Letterhead. In part. "Dear Henry: Enclosed are two analysis done by Sydney Omarr on Joan Kennedy and Caroline Kennedy. He asked me to send them to you and hoped you would comment on them. / I ordered your book. "My life and Times by Henry Miller," . . . / Best regards Joseph G. Chenko / [Signed] Joe / P.S. Sydney feels that the Joan Kennedy analysis is superior. . . 6 - 12/10/77 One page. On Sydney Omarr Letterhead. In part. "Dear Henry: By the end of the week, or early next week, you will receive a cashier's check for $2000. If you believe me - and I know you do - send Lilly's painting at your earliest convenience. / . . . She adores you, admires you, basks and glows when you talk to her or write to her. That is why I want to buy this one, last thing - your painting. . . / Your friend [Signed] Omarr" Sydney Omarr, born Aug. 5, 1926 as Sidney Kimmelman was an astrologer & counselor to the rich & famous whose horoscopes were the most widely read in the world. A lifelong promoter of the ancient art of divining the future from the juxtaposition of the planets and stars, He reached millions through his 13 books and his column, which was owned by the Tribune Co. & carried by the Los Angeles Times. The column appears in more than 200 daily newspapers. Omarr's b [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Cowboy Kate & Other Stories

      London: Bodley Head, 1965. First edition. Large quarto. Signed and dated by Sam Haskins. When photographer Sam Haskins published his most famous book, Cowboy Kate and Other Stories, in 1964, it was a pioneering work, blending an extended visual narrative with an artful use of black-and-white tones and subtly erotic, peek-a-boo nudity. First published in Europe, the book sold out several international editions. Very good in a very good dust jacket. Uncommon signed.

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