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        Portrait des valaisans

      Cahiers de la Renaissance Vaudoise, Lausanne 1965 - In-8o broché de 213 pp. E.O. de luxe tirée à 124 ex. sur vélin pur chiffon à la forme des Papeteries d'Arches signé par l'auteur et l'illustrateur. Cet ex. porte le No 41. Belle typo. en deux couleurs.Sous étui toilé. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: La Bouquinerie]
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        FIND A VICTIM. Signed.

      Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1965 - First Edition of the fifth Lew Archer mystery, Inscribed by Ross Macdonald, considered by critics as one of the 'holy trinity of American crime writers' with Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler, on the front free endpaper. 'To Vince Moyar / with my respect for / his pertinacity, / (John) Ross Macdonald'. 8vo. 245 pp. A near fine copy in brown and beige patterned paper covered boards, black titles to the spine in a bright, very good or better pictorial dustwrapper with one negligible closed tear, some wear at the heel and crown of the spine and tips. "Incisive, perceptive, forceful and fast-paced, powerful and personal, a strange and haunting blend."The New York Times Book Review. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        THE FAR SIDE OF THE DOLLAR

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf,. 1965. Octavo,. cloth-backed boards.. Corners very gently bumped, lower right front corner nicked, a nearly. fine copy in very good or better dust jacket with some light rubbing. to front flap fold, mild shelf wear. (#132056). First edition. A presentation copy with signed inscription by Millar to noted Canadian author and educator Marshall McCluhan and his wife Corinne: "For Marshall and Corinne, admiringly and missingly, Ken." Dated January, 1965, Santa Barbara. Marshall McCluhan spent time guest teaching in Santa Barbara where he and Millar met and became lifelong friends. A Lew Archer detective novel. "A remarkably complex plot, which nevertheless stays perfectly clear in this able spinner's hands ..." - Barzun and Taylor, A Catalogue of Crime 1463. Hubin (1994), p. 527.

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        The Far Side of the Dollar [Signed Working Galleys]

      Knopf, NY 1965 - A working set of galleys for one of Macdonald's Lew Archer novels. Long galley sheets, with copyeditor's marks throughout. Signed by Macdonald, both as Macdonald and as Kenneth Millar. These were the printer's proofs, stamped on each sheet with the name of the printer -- the Haddon Craftsmen -- and a request that the set be returned (to the printer) with corrections marked on it. The stamp is dated August 14, 1964. Three handwritten acknowledgements on the first galley sheet are initialed by three different editors and dated August 21, 24, and 26. The book was published in 1965. Approximately 6-1/2" x 24", folded once. Edge wear to top sheet; near fine. The Lew Archer novels inherited the mantle from Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe series as the most highly literary of the hardboiled genre. Rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA (Lopezbooks)]
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        The Far Side of the Dollar

      Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., NY 1965 - ".the finest series of detective novels ever written by an American." - NY Times. "Has Tom Hillman run away from his exclusive reform school, or has he been kidnapped? Are his wealthy parents protecting him or their own guilty secrets? And why does every clue lead Lew Archer to an abandoned Hollywood hotel, where starlets and sailors once rubbed shoulders with grifters--and where the present clientele includes a brand-new corpse." - back cover paperback edition. viii, 248pp. Green quarter-cloth, gray paper boards, gilt spine lettering and design, stamped author initials design front cover, cream endpapers, yellow top stain, deckled fore-edge. Dust jacket price 3.95.Bruccoli A19.1.a. Book is beautiful, bright and unblemished. Dust jacket has minor rubbing to center of spine, tiny creases to top edge spine, couple of tiny rubbed spots to front panel, slight age toning to rear flap hinge o/w exceptionally bright and crisp. SIGNED BY AUTHOR to first blank page. Signed copies of this title quite scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John Marston's Book Shop]
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        THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MALCOLM X

      New York: Grove Press, Inc., [1965].. Large octavo. Gilt cloth. Photographs. Cloth a bit dust smudged and musty, bit of foxing to endsheets still a very good copy in dust jacket with several creased edge tears and a small nick on one fold internally mended, and mild soiling to the white portions. First edition of what is, by any reasonable measure, one of the great autobiographical narratives of the 20th century. Introduction by M.S. Handler. This was critic/reviewer Peter S. Prescott's copy, with publisher's review slip laid in (a few ink notes on verso), his ownership stamp in the corner of the front free endsheet, and the publication date in felt-tip on the spine panel of the dust jacket. BRIGNANO 243. BLOCKSON 95.

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        GUY ANDERSON

      (Gear Works Press) (1965), (Seattle) - Folio in pictorial wraps. Illustrated with photographs of the painter and his works by Bob Peterson. First book by Tom Robbins, a fifteen-page monograph on the artist of the title, quite uncommon in this essentially new condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Shadows in Arcady. The Angelus; The Brass Plate; An Alley in Languedoc; The Devil at La Charite. Sir William Russell Flint, R.A. [With an Autograph Letter, Signed by W. R. Flint, regarding this copy].

      Charles Skilton Ltd. London. Number 70 of 450 signed copies (of a total of 500). With an ALS from W. R. Flint. 1965 - [Colophon]: 500 copies of which 450 are for sale have been printed in Pastonchi type by Charles Skilton at his Press in Alexandra Road, London S.W. 19. This book was designed & its production supervised throughout by Sir William Russell Flint who offers his affectionate gratitute for their assistance to two old friends Adrian Bury & Gordon Roe. Copy Number 70 [signed] W.Russell Flint/. 7 1/2 in. x 11 in., half-title with key design; title-page printed in red and black, and blue, with a design; dedication page; author's statement page; prologue by Adrian Bury. [1]-[60](colophon) + signed page. With fine initial letters printed in blue, story titles printed in red; various designs of gates, bells, candlesticks, etc., printed in black, and with reproductions of comments about the short stories, in Flint's calligraphic handwriting, reproduced in light brown. Blue cloth spine and sides with the titling gilt on the spine, and black cloth over boards, with the gilt key-ring design on the front cover, dark blue endpapers; with the clear cellophane wraparound present (this shows a crease on the back inner flap, and minor chipping to the edges), in the blue paper-covered slipcase (this shows very light edge tanning, some light staining to the upper left-hand side). The book is in fine condition. The inserted ALS is handwritten on both sides of an 8 in. x 10 in. sheet of paper, with Flint's address printed in red at the top of the sheet; it is written in his large, characteristic handwriting, and shows a horizontal fold across the sheet. This copy was sent to our founder, Peter Keisogloff (1900-95), with the handwritten personal letter, mentioned above, signed by Sir William Russell Flint: From Sir William Russell Flint, R.A. Peel Cottage, 80 Peel Street, Campden Hill, W.8 Park 6561. March 1. 1965 My dear Peter Keisogloff, I deliberately omit the formal "Mr" because, although we only met once, I regard you as a good friend. With this there will arrive a little book of my own, Shadows in Arcady. It is an experiment not only in story-telling but to some extent in typography, every item being my own placing + design. It is to be published on April 4, my 85th birthday + I do hope you will like it. In fact a word from you about it would be very welcome indeed. I treasure the volume containing reproductions of my "Greek" illustrations which you so kindly sent me, already almost two years ago. With Kindest regards + all good Wishes, Sincerly yours, [signed]: WRussell Flint/. Provenance: from the personal collection of our founder, Peter Keisogloff, who was a great admirer of Flint's work. [Author's statement]: My love of good typography and intense appreciation of the masterpieces of early printers have moved me to the production of this book. The decision to print four of my own stories instead of some beloved classic allows me liberty to indulge in caprices of arrangement which I devoutly hope will not detract from their sincerity. Three of these stories are true. One is at least half-true. Some names, not all, have been discreetly altered. The stories are honourably introduced by one friend, Adrian Bury, and, later, are saluted equally honourably by another friend, Gordon Roe. Any extravagance of presentation must be attributed to my own waywardness, not to my patient and erudite printer, Charles Skilton. WRF. Sold together only, the copy of the book, with the ALS. Weight; 1 1/2 lbs. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The New World

      New York: Harper and Row 1965 - 4to., yellow cloth lettered in black; dust jacket lightly worn at extremities. First edition, profusely illustrated; from the library of American critic Edmund Wilson. A presentation copy, inscribed, "To Edmund Wilson with best wishes and affection, Saul Steinberg, 1965," on the half-title page. Both Wilson and Steinberg were recipients of American Academy of Arts and Letters Gold Medals. An extraordinary association [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: North Star Rare Books & Manuscripts]
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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. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Madrid Suite, Number 7 [G]

      Hollander Workshop, New York 1965 - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH BY ROBERT MOTHERWELL, one of only 100 signed and numbered by Motherwell. "For this series, one of many works with a Spanish theme, Motherwell recalled an experience he had while honeymooning in Madrid with Helen Frankenthaler in 1958. He had pinned drawing paper on the hotel walls and like the way the texture of the wall transferred itself to the sheets as he drew. To re-create this experience, Motherwell taped transfer paper to the spackled walls of [printer Irwin] Hollander's studio and rubbed the sheets with lithographic crayons to achieve the desired transfer of texture" (Wye and Figura, Artists & Prints: Masterworks from the Museum of Modern Art). As Motherwell's printer and collaborator Hollander later explained: "These are rubbings! a transfer of feeling from Madrid to Tenth Street. So by putting a French transfer paper on the wall and taping it, he could take litho crayons and rub. Again, using five grades of pencils, five grades of crayons, five grades of blacks, five grades of washes, he could explore and touch the surfaces. And he did it ten times. Those things sold out. People really loved this kind of symbol. Rich blacks and whites-they're the most desired. These are so rare that only a few people have these. It was just like play. They have to be looked at and spoken about very differently-that's the essence of them. Here is the simple language of Motherwell, coming from the hand, the wrist, very freely, innocently, seeing the surface of the wall, not imposing his own will. He's still working within a grade of five, which is pure language. The language of the greases" (quoted in Belknap, The Prints of Robert Motherwell: A Catalogue Raisonne). Number 7 (out of a suite of 10). Belknap 15. This lithograph 94/100. New York: Hollander Workshop, 1965-66. Size (full litho): 22x27 in (559x686 mm). Printed on Arches paper. A strong impression in fine condition. RARE. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Manhattan Rare Book Company, ABAA, ILAB]
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        James Cook Surveyor of Newfoundland

      San Francisco: David Magee 1965 - Folio, containing 33-page booklet and portfolio, blue wrappers printed in black. Limited edition, drawn from original surveys taken by James Cook and Michael Lane. One of 365 sets produced by the Grabhorn Press and signed by R. A. Skelton, who contributed an introductory essay. Portfolio, which consists of 10 maps, 6 folding, and booklet both housed in a repaired clamshell folding box with morocco spine label. A gorgeous production. Shipping extra [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Madrid Suite, Number 9 [I]

      Hollander Workshop, New York 1965 - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH BY ROBERT MOTHERWELL, one of only 100 signed and numbered by Motherwell. "For this series, one of many works with a Spanish theme, Motherwell recalled an experience he had while honeymooning in Madrid with Helen Frankenthaler in 1958. He had pinned drawing paper on the hotel walls and like the way the texture of the wall transferred itself to the sheets as he drew. To re-create this experience, Motherwell taped transfer paper to the spackled walls of [printer Irwin] Hollander's studio and rubbed the sheets with lithographic crayons to achieve the desired transfer of texture" (Wye and Figura, Artists & Prints: Masterworks from the Museum of Modern Art). As Motherwell's printer and collaborator Hollander later explained: "These are rubbings! a transfer of feeling from Madrid to Tenth Street. So by putting a French transfer paper on the wall and taping it, he could take litho crayons and rub. Again, using five grades of pencils, five grades of crayons, five grades of blacks, five grades of washes, he could explore and touch the surfaces. And he did it ten times. Those things sold out. People really loved this kind of symbol. Rich blacks and whites-they're the most desired. These are so rare that only a few people have these. It was just like play. They have to be looked at and spoken about very differently-that's the essence of them. Here is the simple language of Motherwell, coming from the hand, the wrist, very freely, innocently, seeing the surface of the wall, not imposing his own will. He's still working within a grade of five, which is pure language. The language of the greases" (quoted in Belknap, The Prints of Robert Motherwell: A Catalogue Raisonne). Number 9 (out of a suite of 10). Belknap 17. This lithograph 94/100. New York: Hollander Workshop, 1965-66. Size (full litho): 22x27 in (559x686 mm). Printed on Arches paper. A strong impression in fine condition. RARE. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        First and Second Piatigorsky Cup

      Ward Ritchie Press, Los Angeles 1965 - 2 volumes: xix+240 pages with frontispiece, illustrations (including portraits) table, diagrams and index; xxxiii+288 pages with illustrations, table, diagrams and index. Royal octavo (9 1/4" x 6 1/4") volume one issued in red with silver lettering to spine and black and silver decorative cover; volume two issued in sea green with silver lettering to spine. Inscribed by Jacqueline Piatigorsky(Betts: 25-340; 25-388) First editions. Volume one annotated by Samuel Reshevsky and other participants. All 56 games, annotated, with an index of openings. Each competitor annotated the game he considered his best and Reshevsky the remainder. Volume two annotated by Jan H Donner, Tigran Petrosian, Robert Fischer, Lajos Portisch, Boris Ivkov, Samuel Reshevesky, Bent Larsen Minguel Najdorf, Wolfgang Unzicker. Introduction by Gregor Piatigorsky. All 90 games annotated with an index of openings. Jacqueline was born in Paris, France, to the famed Rothschild banking family. A nurse taught her to play chess at an early age, when Jacqueline was recovering from a childhood illness. In her 1988 memoir, Jump in the Waves, she wrote that her nurse, Miss Coque, told Jacqueline that: ¿¿with a chess set, it is impossible to be bored.¿ More than a salvation from dullness, the game soon became both a passion and a refuge to Jacqueline. Though she wrote of feeling neglected by her parents and oppressed by a nanny during her childhood, chess offered her an opportunity to forge her own identity independent of her famous family name. In 1937 Jacqueline married Gregor Piatigorsky, a world-renowned cellist. The two immigrated to the United States with their daughter Jephta at the outset of World War II, first settling in Elizabethtown, New York, where their son Joram was later born. Though she had not received any formal chess training, her desire to compete led her to participate in correspondence chess tournaments sponsored by Chess Review. After another series of moves, Jacqueline and her family settled in Los Angeles, California. There, Gregor joined the faculty of the music department at UCLA, while Jacqueline became further immersed in the world of chess. At an auction, she met International Master Herman Steiner, who after learning of her skill, encouraged her to compete in tournaments over the board. He was instrumental in the flourishing of her playing career on the national level, recommending that she be invited to the 1951 U.S. Women¿s Chess Championship. After his death in 1955, Jacqueline took over the management of his chess club, the Hollywood Chess Group, and renamed it the Herman Steiner Chess Club in his honor. Jacqueline soon rose to the top of the field of women¿s chess and participated in the U.S. Women¿s Championships six times in the 1950s and 1960s. Her best result occurred in 1965, when she won second place behind Gisela Gresser. She also defeated her rival, Woman International Master Mona May Karff in such a captivating manner that the New York Times printed their game. Jacqueline took part in another historic first for women¿s chess in 1957, representing the United States in the inaugural Women¿s Chess Olympiad in Emmen, the Netherlands, with teammate Gisela Gresser. Jacqueline played on second board, and the team won a bronze medal in the historic competition. Later that same year, she took her first step in the arena of chess promotion, serving as the chairperson for the U.S. Women¿s Chess Championship, which was held in Los Angeles and sponsored by the Herman Steiner Chess Club. During the mid-to-late 1960s, Jacqueline participated in tournaments less frequently. However, over the course of the same decade, she dedicated herself more fully to chess promotion, first co-sponsoring a match between former child prodigy Grandmaster (GM) Samuel Reshevsky and rising star GM Bobby Fischer. Also sponsored by the American Chess Foundation, the match was held in both New York and Los Angeles. The match ended prematurely over a disagre [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Human Relations Portfolio. Chaney, Goodman & Schwerner

      New York: Kennedy Graphics, 1965. Distributed graphics by Alan Wofsy Fine Arts. The three original silkscreen prints. Each print 22 x 17 inches. Edition of 300 signed & numbered impressions. Meriden Gravure. Printed on Japan paper. Hand signed and numbered by Ben Shahn. One page of text by Edwin Rosskam. "Chaney, Goodman & Schwerner". Prescott, 101-103. Numbers(numerator) do not match on all 3 prints.

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        Lord of the Rings in 3 Vols: Fellowship of the Rings;Two Towers; Return of the King.

      George Allen & Unwin, London 1965 - Set of three volumes: Red cloth with gilt lettering on spine.Top edge coloured red. Dustwrappers, now in protective covers, are cream coloured with emblem and black lettering on front and information in red lettering on back. All 3 dustwrappers are very good with no loss and no price clipping. Previous owner`s name in blue ink on each flyleaf. Vol1, Fellowship of the Ring, has folding map by author and is14th impression, 1965.Slight rubbing to lower edges and corners. Vol.2, The Two Towers, is 11th impression,1965. Vol.3, The Fellowship of the Ring, is 14th impression, 1965, with folding map by author. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Way of Seeing: Photographs of New York by Helen Levitt with an essay by James Agee

      Viking Press, New York 1965 - First edition. Oblong octavo. Spine a little sunned, bottom corners a little bumped, a very good copy lacking the dustwrapper. Parr and Badger, *The Photobook Volume 1*, p. 252-253; Hasselblad, *The Open Book*, p. 214-215; Roth. *The Book of 101 Books*, p. 178-179. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        TOPOLINO SEQUENZA 500/599

      Sequenza completa di 100 numeri, dal n. 500 del 27 giugno 1965 al n. 599 del 21 maggio 1967. Condizioni buono/ottime. I seguenti numeri sono privi di bollino punti (ritagliato con cura): 500 - 501 - 502 - 503 - 504 - 505 - 507 - 508 - 509 - 510 - 545 - 560 (bollino strappato). Per la maggior parte completi di tagliando abbonamento. Il num. 500 è privo di farfalla. Particolari difetti ai numeri: 506 copertina con piccolo strappo e abrasione lungo la costola (per asportazione di scotch) e piccole scritte in quarta; 527 due piccoli strappi (senza mancanze) a p. 79; 530 piccola abrasione margine super. della prima di copertina; 563 mancanza di un frammento al retro copertina (angolo superiore); 567 quiz a p. 59 segnato a penna; 577 strappi alla costola (angoli) e abrasione in prima di copertina; 579 privo di calendario (ultime pagine); 596 tagliando validità ritagliato.

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        TOPOLINO SEQUENZA 500 / 599

      Sequenza completa di 100 numeri, dal n. 500 del 27 giugno 1965 al n. 599 del 21 maggio 1967. Condizioni buono / ottime. I seguenti numeri sono privi di bollino punti (ritagliato con cura): 500 - 501 - 502 - 503 - 504 - 505 - 507 - 508 - 509 - 510 - 545 - 560 (bollino strappato). Per la maggior parte completi di tagliando abbonamento. Il num. 500 è privo di farfalla. Particolari difetti ai numeri: 506 copertina con piccolo strappo e abrasione lungo la costola (per asportazione di scotch) e piccole scritte in quarta; 527 due piccoli strappi (senza mancanze) a p. 79; 530 piccola abrasione margine super. della prima di copertina; 563 mancanza di un frammento al retro copertina (angolo superiore); 567 quiz a p. 59 segnato a penna; 577 strappi alla costola (angoli) e abrasione in prima di copertina; 579 privo di calendario (ultime pagine); 596 tagliando validità ritagliato.

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        Dune

      Chilton 1965 - First Edition, First Printing with "First Edition" printed on the copyright page. An attractive dustjacket that is vibrant in color with minor rubbing to the spine and edges. This original, first issue dustjacket with four lines of Publisher information on back flap, has the $5.95 price present on front flap. There is no chipping or tears to the dustjacket. The book is nice shape. The binding is tight, and the boards are crisp with light wear the spine and edges. The pages are clean, with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a wonderful copy of this true first edition housed in a custom clamshell slipcase for preservation. We buy Herbert First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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        Human Relations Portfolio. Chaney, Goodman & Schwerner.

      New York: Kennedy Graphics. Distributed graphics by Alan Wofsy Fine Arts. 1965 - Portfolio with three original silkscreen prints. Edition of 300 signed & numbered impressions. In a heavy paper portfolio with Shahn's signature reproduced on cover. Each print 22 x 17 inches. Meriden Gravure. Printed on Japan paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Printed page of text by Edwin Rosskam: "Chaney, Goodman & Schwerner". Prescott, 101-103. Numbers (numerator) match on all 3 prints. (See set with unmatched numbers at 04-1300.) [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        I HAD TROUBLE IN GETTING TO SOLLA SOLLEW

      - SEUSS,DR. I HAD TROUBLE GETTING TO SOLLA SOLLEW. NY: Random House (1965). 4to, pictorial boards, As New in nearly as new dust wrapper. 1st ed. (based price and ads) featuring bright color illustrations and a wonderful poem by Seuss. This is an unusually fine copy. See Younger / Hirsch #41. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        I Had Trouble in Getting to Solla Sollew.

      Random House. New York (1965) - First Edition. Quarto, original pictorial boards and end papers. One of Seuss's large format titles and one that tells the adventures of a young traveler who meets innumerable obstacles in getting to where he wants to go. Meets all first issue points found in Younger and Hirsch. Near Fine in bright Very Good-Near Fine dustjacket with original 295/295 price at front flap, minor crease lines just visible at spine and edges of front panel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        LETTRES MANUSCRITES ET DACTYLOGRAPHIEES, LE PRIX DES TROIS COURONNES, 1965 (ARCHIVES DE PIERRE DAGUERRE)

      27/21 cm 1965 - RO40195498: 24 lettres dactylographiées et 21 lettres manuscrites. Nombreuses cartes de visite annotées. enveloppes et lettres. 2 télégrammes. bandeaux d'édition ('Ouvrage couronnée par le Prix des Trois Couronnes 1965'). Lettres de Pierre Espil, Préfet des Landes. de Pierre de Chevigne, du Conseil Général des Basses-Pyrénées. de Pierre Daguerre. de Henri Amouroux, Rédacteur en ched-adjoint de Sud-Ouest. d'Alfred Sexer. de Gabriel Delaunay, Préfet d'Aquitaine. Bon état Classification : 100-Affiches Publicitaires

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        Miss MacIntosh, My Darling - signed

      Scribner's 1965 - Second or third printing--copyright page says "c-10.65[V]"--but with unique autograph content: fulsomely inscribed to Steven Moore, editor at Dalkey Archive who reissued the novel in paperback. (I wanted to do a 1-volume edition, but she insisted on two.) When she signed this for me (Greenwich Village, 1992), I asked if she wanted to update the dedication page; she said yes, then spent 10 minutes crossing out some names and adding many others. Then she decided against changing the dedication, but the result is a unique copy that indicates the most important people in her life prior to her death (11/17/95). [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Midnight Cowboy (inscribed to Nelson Algren)

      Simon and Schuster, New York 1965 - First edition, first printing, of this novel, a story centered on a naïve male prostitute struggling to survive in New York City, basis for the 1969 eponymous film directed by John Schlesinger, starring Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman, octavo, 253 pages, inscribed and signed by the author "For Nelson Algren - Boss of the Wild Side, warm wishes, Jim Herlihy / New York 7/9/65" on the front free endpage, about fine in dust jacket, an exceptional association copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        MIDNIGHT COWBOY

      NY: Simon & Schuster, (1965) - Very Near Fine First Edition of this landmark title in an equally lovely Near Fine dust jacket. Basis for John Schlesinger's Academy Award-winning (Best Picture, Director & Screenplay) 1969 film starring Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman. This copy is inscribed, signed and dated by James Leo Herlihy: For Marion - / A birthday wish: / Be happy, / Live forever. / Love, / Jamie / Brooklyn / March (28) 30, 1966 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Robot That Helped to Make a President. A Reconnaissance into the Mysteries of John F. Kennedy's Signature.

      Charles and Diane Hamilton, Keith Thompson, Cooper Forms, New York City. 1965 - Blue cloth hardcover, with gilt drawing of robot on front cover. Edition limited to 1000 copies. Folio, with page of seven robot signatures laid-in. Illustrated throughout with photos and samples of Kennedy's signature. 63 pages, including Index. A Very Good to Fine, clean, tight copy. Dust Jacket price-clipped, otherwise in Very Good condition. Signature Pattern Page, including separate page of a "recent discovery" signature of Pattern VII in fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Good Times Bookshop]
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        Obras completas (7 Vols.)

      - Literatura española. Otros géneros. Poligrafías (misceláneas, antologías, crestomatías, florilegis, curiosidades). Siglo XIX. (86-821"18") Aguilar. Madrid. 1965? 18 cm. 7 Vols. Encuadernación en tapa dura de editorial estampada. Tomos I y II: Novelas ; Tomo III: Miscelánea ; Tomos IV, V, VI y VII: Episodios Nacionales . Como nuevo. 25.1E [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Alcaná Libros]
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        Der altsprachliche Unterricht. Arbeitshefte zu seiner wissenschaftlichen Begründung und praktischen Gestalt., Reihe (= Jahrgang) VIII(1965) bis XXXIX(1996).

      Stuttgart, Ernst Klett Verlag 1965-1996. - ehemaliger Bibliotheksstempel (entwidmet) auf Innendeckeln, gut erhaltene Reihe, Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 32000 8°, sauber und fachmännisch eingebunden in Bibliotheks-Halbleinen,

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Hagena & Schulte GbR]
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        A Charlie Brown Christmas

      World Publishing Company, Cleveland 1965 - price clipped. rare this nice. dj has two tiny chips. a wonderful copy of this early charley brown. christmas with charley and the whole gang. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gumshoe Books]
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        Paris Journal 1944–1965

      New York: Atheneum,, 1965. Edited by William Shawn. Octavo. Original dark blue cloth, titles to spine gilt, orange endpapers, top edge dyed orange. With the dust jacket. An excellent copy in the rubbed jacket with a few light spots. First edition, first printing. Inscribed by the author on the title page, "This copy for David Campbell, in appreciation of his hospitality and friendship – Affectionately, Janet. October 1970".

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        For Kicks

      Michael Joseph 1965 - First Edition, first issue, SIGNED BY DICK FRANCIS ON THE TITLE PAGE. This attractive dustjacket has some wear to the spine ends and corners. Besides some light chipping to the panels and folds, not effecting any lettering, the dustjacket is in very good shape. This ORIGINAL price clipped dustjacket is rich in color with some tape to the back dustjacket. The book is in nice condition, with no writing or marks. Besides some light wear to the edges, this copy is in excellent condition. THIS TRUE FIRST ENGLISH EDITION PRECEDEDS THE AMERICAN EDITION. A lovely copy in collector's condition SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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        For Kicks. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER

      Michael Joseph, [1965]. 8vo., First Edition, half-title very faintly browned; green cloth, gilt back, top very lightly dust-soiled else a near fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper, the latter with one short closed tear and very lightly browned on (predominantly white) rear panel. Bright, fresh copy of a very scarce title. The author's fourth novel. . Catalogs: modern firsts.

      [Bookseller: Island Books [formerly of Devon]]
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        For Kicks

      Michael Joseph, London 1965 - Green cloth boards with gilt lettering to spine. Boards are in good order, just a little shelfwear. No bumping/wear to corners. Spine is pulled to top. Age discolouration to endpages. Previous owner's mark. Textblock is in good condition, clean and tight. 256 pp. Front end page signed in ink by the author. Green paper dust jacket with red lettering to front, orange and cream lettering to spine. DJ has some small losses, particularly to spine area. Not price clipped. Reverse of dust jacket is slightly grubby. The dust jacket is protected by a clear plastic removable cover. When securely packed this item will weigh in the region of 479g. (YBP Ref: 938/14 15) Size: 12mo - over 63/4" - 73/4" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: YattonBookShop]
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