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        WHITLEY BAY - 1968

      Robert Fraser Gallery 69, lONDON 1965 - RICHARD HAMILTON - Whitley Bay, 1965 - POSTAL Watercolor on a run of 75 of 1968. RICHARD HAMILTON - Whitley Bay- 1968 - Acuarela sobre POSTAL de un tiraje de 75 del año 1968.

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        At The Actors Studio

      New York: The Viking Press,, 1965. Tape-Recorded Sessions. Edited by Robert H. Hethmon. Octavo. Original red cloth, spine and front board lettered in gilt on black background, red top-stain. With the dust jacket. Housed in a custom red clamshell box. 8 plates. A fine copy in the jacket that has a faded spine and a chip to the foot of the spine. First edition, first printing. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper to Actors Studion co-founder and director, Cheryl Crawford: "To Cheryl, who made this possible by starting the Actors studio and who I hope will find part of herself in it. Love Lee Strasberg, September 8, 1965." With several notes to the rear free endpaper - presumably Crawford's as the book is from her library. Strasberg and Crawford's relationship went back many years. In 1931 the two had founded, along with Harold Clurman, the Group Theatre, which the New York Times called "America's first true theatrical collective.

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        THE ART OF SHUGEN INOUYE

      Hozokan, Kyoto, Japan 1965 - "Limited Publication, Not For Sale" stated on jacket flap. Illustrated with color and black and white photographs of the artist's works. A bright and fine copy in original coarse-woven blue cloth with gilt stamped spine. Red endpapers, 72 pages, with several tipped-in color plates and black and white photographs. No name, bookplate or other markings. The jacket has one half-inch closed tear neatly mended on the reverse. Still housed in the original mailing carton. A wonderful copy of a scarce book. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        On the Computational Complexity of Algorithms" in Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, Volume 117, Issue 5, May 1965, pp. 285-306

      FIRST EDITION IN ORIGINAL WRAPS OF THE FOUNDING PAPER ON COMPUTATIONAL COMPLEXITY. Juris Hartmanis and Richard Stearns, both prominent computer scientists and computational theorists "became interested in how much time and memory are needed to perform different computations -- a field that they named computational complexity. They defined different classes of calculations according to how much calculation and/or memory space each would require, which is a measure of their difficulty" (Turing Award Website). Soon the paper was famous and other computer scientists began to look at complexity in the same way. "In contrast to other approaches to complexity theory, Hartmanis and Stearns based their analysis on measuring the resources that algorithms use when run on specific machines. In order to have some generality, they used a Turing Machine as theiry basic model. They were pleasantly surprised to discover a number of important mathematical theorems related to complexity analysis. The full Turing award citation for Hartmanis and Stearns notes: In their paper On the Computational Complexity of Algorithms they provided a precise definition of the complexity measure defined by computation time on Turing machines and developed a theory of complexity classes. The paper sparked the imagination of many computer scientists and led to the establishment of complexity theory as a fundamental part of the discipline... Hartmanis' work on the foundations of complexity theory was instrumental in establishing computer science as a formal discipline distinct from mathematics, physics and electrical engineering" (ibid). CONDITION & DETAILS: Providence: American Mathematical Society. In Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, Volume 117, Issue 5, May 1965, pp. 285-306. (10 x 7 inches; 250 x 175mm). Original paper wraps housed in a handsome clamshell case gilt-lettered on the front and on the spine. Ex-libris bearing two crossed out stamps on the front wrap. The wraps have a bit of very old dampstaining on the spine of the wraps, as well as minor rubbing and scuffing at the edges. Tightly bound and very solid.

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        In Cold Blood

      New York: Random House. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. SIGNED LIMITED FIRST EDITION of Capote's masterpiece, one of only 500 copies signed by Capote. "One of the more distinguished achievements in reportage by any writer, In Cold Blood first appeared serially in the New Yorker, where it examined with extraordinary depth, precision, and drama the victims and their killers. So immense was the stress of the editorial undertaking, however, that Capote became addicted to tranquilizers and developed an emotional attachment to the criminals, whose deaths by hanging he witnessed at the Kansas state penitentiary. From more than four thousand pages of typewritten notes gathered with Harper Lee, Capote's celebrated 'non-fiction novel' won the Mystery Writers of America Edgar Allan Poe Award and exacted enough of a psychological toll upon its author to preclude much sustained work in the future" (American National Biography). New York: Random House, [1965]. Octavo, original black cloth, original slipcase; original acetate. A little edgewear and chip at the bottom of the acetate. Book and original slipcase fine.

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        Dune

      Chilton Book Company, Philadeliphia and New York 1965 - First Edition, First Printing SIGNED by Frank Herbert on a laid in limitation page. A magnificent dustjacket that is vibrant in color with no chips or tears. This original First Issue dustjacket has the $5.95 price present on the front flap with only a hint of wear to the edges. The book is in excellent condition and appears to be unread. The binding is tight, and the boards are crisp with slight wear to the edges. The pages are exceptionally clean with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a stunning copy seldom seen in this nice condition SIGNED by the author. We buy Herbert First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Dialogue With Solitude

      New York: Community Press, 1965. First edition. Hardcover. A brilliant debut monograph that has garnered Heath a loyal following. A powerful and dark collection of images that show a clear influence from the book's dedicatee-W. Eugene Smith. A tight near fine copy in an about fair price clipped dust jacket that is soiled, with some edge chips and tears and with a small stain to the front panel. Artist and photographer Bea Nettles copy with her ownership rubberstamp to the front flap. An interesting association copy. (Parr & Badger v2, 104)

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        A Way of Seeing

      The Viking Press, 1965. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: Viking Press, 1965: Hardcover. First Edition, First Printing. In Near Fine condition, In a Very Good dust jacket with price of $6.50 intact. Very light bump to top page corners. Black cloth shows a few very light areas of rubbing, a small strip of sunning to the base of the spine and rear board, and some rubbing to the cloth at the rear gutter. The dust jacket presents very well, however, it shows slight rippling, with a light dampstain visible from the verso. The jacket also shows light rubbing and edge wear, with a closed tear to the rear panel. A lovely copy overall, in a rare, original dust jacket.

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        The James Bond Dossier

      Jonathan Cape, London 1965 - A fine uncorrected proof copy of Kingsley Amis' dossier of Bond looking at all of his adventures and creating a full picture of the character. The cover is pale green with the publisher's motif repeated. Some marking to cover, spine damage and discolouration but only that expected in a book of this age that was never produced to last. My father worked at Cape and we have a set of the copies published while he was there including You Only Live Twice, For Your Eyes Only, The Man with the Golden Gun, Octopussy and The Living Daylights and The Spy Who Loved Me. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Robert Motherwell

      Museum of Modern Art, 1965-01-01. Paperback. Very Good. Signed by artist Robert Motherwell. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1965. 96 pages. Nine full-color plates. Wrappered issue. First edition, first printing. Signed by Motherwell in blue pen on the title page. Near Fine condition. Clean pages and sturdy binding. Light edgewear to cover, else fine. In protective glassine wraps. The two New York Schools meet in Lunch Poems poet Frank O'Hara's posthumously-published collection of abstract painter Robert Motherwell.

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        A superb archive of letters from Alex Haley to his assistant, written during the early years of his decade long project that produced the landmark 1975 novel "Roots"

      Archive of 18 letters, 23 pages total, mostly signed "Alex", together with a telegram, several signed notes on other documents, a signed and inscribed copy of "The Autobiography of Malcolm X", as well as a period 24 page mimeographed rewrite of an extremely early version of his second chapter of "Roots" - most of which never made it to the published novel. The letters, documents and book, which date between 1965 and 1983, are from the papers of his former assistant, Diane Grieco, who worked as Haley's secretary from 1966 to 1969. Expected folds, some light marginal wear, overall in fine condition. Diane Grieco was a 16-year old waitress in Rome, New York, who first met Haley when he used to drop in on her restaurant. Upon learning that she aspired to be a writer, Haley began offering her advice and soon became close to her and her whole family. When Grieco completed business school several years later, Haley offered her work typing his recorded notes in preparation for his 1975

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        Beschreibung und Contrafactur der vornembster Stät der Welt. Civitates orbis Terrarum.,

      Plochingen, Verlag Müller und Schindler, 1965 - Sehr guter Zustand ! 59 x 43 cm, 6 stabile Leinenkassetten mit unzähligen farbigen Städteansichten in Kupferstichen und jeweils 1 Kommentarheft sowie Register. Als Vorlage für diese Faksimile-Edition dienten sorgfältig kolorierte Originale aus verschiedenen deutschen Bibliotheken. Beschreibung zu jeder Stadtansicht auf der Rückseites des Bogens. Kassette 1 : 2 doppelblattgroße Bögen, beidseitig bedruckt mit 1 farbigen Titelkupfer, 59 doppelblattgroßen, farbigen Städteansichten, 3 doppelblattgroßen Bögen, beidseitig bedruckt. Kassette 2 : 3 doppelblattgroße Bögen mit 1 farbigen Titelkupfer, 59 doppelblattgroße, farbige Städteansichten, beidseitig bedruckt, 2 doppelseitige Bögen, beidseitig bedruckt. Kassette 3 : 5 doppelblattgroße Bögen, beidseitig bedruckt, 59 doppelblattgroße, farbige Städteansichten. Kassette 4 : 2 doppelblattgroße Bögen, 1 Titelkupfer, 59 doppelblattgroße, farbige Städteansichten, 5 doppelblattgroße Bögen, beidseitig bedruckt. Kassette 5 : 4 doppelblattgroße Bögen, beiseitig bedruckt mit 1 Titelkupfer, 69 doppelblattgroße, farbige Städteansichten, Blatt 27 : Faltplan (Panorama), 3 doppelblattgroße Bögen, beidseitig bedruckt. Kassette 6 : 2 doppelblattgroße Bögen, 1 Titelkupfer, 58 doppelblattgroße, farbige Städteansichten, 2 Bögen Register, Bogen 43 : Vorder- und Rückseite Text. Sehr guter Zustand !! 1965. E 9 Sprache: de

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        Ariel

      Faber and Faber, 1965. Hardcover. Very Good. London: Faber & Faber, 1965. First Edition, First Printing. Near Fine, in a Near Fine original dust jacket with price of 12s 6d net intact. Faint edge wear to cloth, faint ding to edge of pages at top and one on side. Light sunning to the dust jacket spine panel and chipping to spine ends. Rear panel shows light soiling and rubbing, and the front panel has a tiny scuff. A beautiful copy.

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        SOME/THING

      New York. Spring 1965 through Winter 1966.. Whole numbers one through three (wanting double number 4/5 for all published). Three issues. Decorated wrappers. A bit of faint offsetting and trivial foxing to lower wrappers, otherwise a near fine set. Edited by David Antin and Jerome Rothenberg. The first two issues appeared under the imprint of Rothenberg's Hawk's Well Press. Contributors include Blackburn, Hollo, Ignatow, Mac Low, Wakoski, Schwerner, Berrigan, Enslin, Eshleman, et al. The third number is a "Vietnam Assemblage," and adds Kelly, Duncan, Jess, Ginsberg, Bukowski, Bergé, et al. It features the famous perforated "Bomb Hanoi" sticker wrapper by Warhol which, in recent years, has become difficult to acquire with all the twelve stamps intact. CLAY & PHILLIPS, pp.118-9.

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        Dialogue. Seven variations *

      E. Matthieu, Zürich 12.1965. - En feuilles sous cartable oblong 30 x 39, pleine toile sable muette, triple rabats. 7 gravures sur zinc, signées et justifiées, de Katherina Sallenbach. Portefeuille énigmatique à tirage très restreint, comme l'est notre connaissance de la question en tant que welsche moyen. Édition originale. L'un des 20 exemplaires numérotés sur Rives à la forme.

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        Crucifix in a Deathhand

      Loujon Press, 1965-01-01. Paperback. Like New. New Orleans / New York: Loujon Press / Lyle Stuart, 1965. Self-wraps with wrap-around belly band. Illustrated by Noel Rockmore. First edition, first printing from a limited edition of 3,100. Signed by Bukowski on second to last page in red ink, dated 3-10-65. Near Fine condition. Clean pages and sturdy binding. Light shelf wear and a bit of offsetting to inner flap, else fine. Includes belly band excellent shape. A handsome copy in unusually nice shape. Includes a signed note from Loujon Press founder Gypsy Lou Webb to a bookseller, dated March 3, 1969.

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        THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN

      JONATHAN CAPE 1965 - First Edition, First Printing Very good condition book in green printed soft wraps. Most of the uncorrected proofs were printed up in very small quantities of about 500 pieces. DEFINITION OF AN UNCORRECTED PROOF: In publishing jargon, a proof is the preliminary iteration of a book, intended for a limited audience. Its purpose is to allow for final edits. The proofs can also help to build and maintain buzz about a book before its official release date, generate some early reviews and have potential readers eager to get their hands on the title. A galley proof or uncorrected proof may still have errors or areas open to change. It is generally bound differently than the final product, often only spiral-bound, and missing much of the polish of the eventual published version, opting instead for plain, often coarse paper. Inclusion of proposed publication information (date, price, etc.) can also be included. Usually the proof consists of text only, and is devoid of any art or illustration that may be present in the final published version. If a book is successful and does well upon final publication, or if it goes out-of-print early but develops a fan-base or cult following, an uncorrected proof can become a valuable prize for collectors. Part of the appeal is their scarcity, and the fact that they will sometimes have slightly different text from the final piece. (Beth Carswell, ABE BOOKS) Beautiful condition in printed green soft wraps. Slight rubbing to spine and outer edges, small black scuff mark to rear board about the size of a dime (obviously well loved and no doubt was passed about for review). However the binding is firm, the end papers are internal pages are very clean with no stains, no handling marks, no foxing, no bent pages, no writing, and no owner names. Small 1/3¿ (about 3mm) intact tear along seam of the lower spine. Most of the uncorrected proofs were printed up in very small quantities of about 500 pieces. A most unique gift and a scarce addition to a James Bond collection. Beautiful scarce Fleming book in great scarce collectible condition.ADDITIONAL IMAGES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. Please see our Abe store for other Fleming/Bond titles [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Autobiography of Malcolm X

      Grove Press, 1965. Hardcover. Good. New York: Grove Press, 1965: First Edition, stated First Printing. In original dust jacket with price of $7.50 intact. Hardcover and dust jacket are in about Good condition. Clean pages, sound binding. Light staining to the side of the page block, with only the slightest affect to the pages themselves and mostly to the first few pages. Corners and edges of the cloth are worn, light rubbing to boards. Damage to the bottom of the rear board, where it seems a security strip, or something of the sort, once was, with tape remnants, tape and leaving parallel splits in the cloth. The dust jacket has rubbing, creases, chips and long splits, with some tape repairs made from the verso. Rare.

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        Plexus

      Grove Press, 1965. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: Grove Press, 1965. Signed. First American Edition, First Printing. Near Fine, in original dust jacket with price of $7.50 intact. Signed by the Henry Miller in marker on the title page. Very light overall wear to pages; top page corners towards the rear are ever-so-slightly bumped. Rubbing to the bottom side edge of the page block at the corner. The cloth shows light edge wear; light wear to spine ends. The dust jacket is very nice, with very light hints of wear and a very small stain at the top of the spine, visible only from the verso. A lovely copy.

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        And Men My Fuel.

      Chicago: Novel Books Inc. 1965 - First edition of the autobiography of one of 20-th Century America's most famous burlesque artistes. In flawless condition save for what could be three faint remainder marks to the top of the pages. No reading creases - probably unread. It seems that no one even looked at the pictures. 126 pages with ads at the back for two other Novel Books gems - I Changed My Sex and Two Thousand Maniacs! (Illustrated, no less.) This is a very scarce and wonderfully attractive copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Annals of Crime: In Cold Blood [complete in original bound extracts from The New Yorker Magazine issues September 25th, 1965 to October 16th 1965 ]

      The New Yorker, New York 1965 - 1st publication and hence true 1st edition in 'The New Yorker' magazine [during the year before the 1st book publication which was in January 1966 although the copyright date 1965 is stated on the title page of the 1st book publication and hence is often quoted as the date of the book publication]. Ground breaking non-fiction crime 'novel'. Bound in green cloth with gilt titles to spine - all still very clean and fresh. The binding remains tight, sound and square. Internally pages fresh, magnolia endpapers etc are clean with no inscriptions. True 1st. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Strip Teeth. Köln, Galerie der Spiegel 1965. Folio. Titel, farbiges Vorsatzblatt u. 6 mehrfarbige Pochoirblätter. Orig.-Kartbd. mit Deckeltitel.

      . . Enthält 6 mehrfarbige, im Pochoirverfahren bei Jacomet, Paris gedruckte Blätter und ein farbiges Vorsatzblatt von Horst Antes. Es handelt sich um 5 Ausschneidebögen und einen Hintergrundbogen. Jede Seite gibt eine Vorahnung auf die nächste und gegen Ende wird Stück für Stück des Hintergrundbogens freigelegt. In 350 numerierten und im Impressum vom Künstler signierten Exemplaren. Tadellos erhalten.

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        o.T. (P) Original Mischtechnik auf Aquarell-Karton (Aquarell, Tuschfeder, Bleistift) von Rainer Küchenmeistersigniert und datiert.

      . Format 32,6 x 25,1 cm. In Bleistift signiert, datiert 20.XI.65 (20.11.1965) und mit "P" bezeichnet. Verso mit unleserlich gedrucktem Stempel und Montagespuren, sonst sehr guter Zustand.. Rainer Küchenmeister, geboren 1926 in Ahlen in Westfalen, verstorben 2010. Der Künstler lebte in der Normandie und in Paris. Teilnehmer der documenta III in Kassel 1964.

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        First and Second Piatigorsky Cup

      Los Angeles: Ward Ritchie Press, 1965-68 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 disagreement over the start time for one of the games?"Jacqueline had wanted a Sunday game to begin earlier both so that she could attend one of Gregor?s concerts and accommodate the travel needs of out-of-town audience members. Fischer declined to play at the earlier time, and the game was declared a forfeit. Fischer refused to play the remainder of the match, which was a disappointment to Jacqueline and the other tournament organizers. In the wake of this event, she formed a close friendship with Samuel Reshevsky, who became her coach. Despite her early setback, Jacqueline?s interest in chess promotion was not dampened, and she established the Piatigorsky Foundation, which had as its goal to boost chess culture in the United States. At the time, the idea of a philanthropic chess organization was so novel that the Internal Revenue Service denied the group?s first application for not-for-profit status. However, she persevered and the Piatigorsky Foundation became renowned for its support of American chess both on elite and local levels. The Foundation?s first and most famous venture was the organization of the 1963 Piatigorsky Cup tournament. This competition attracted the best American and international players. Jacqueline organized it at the urging of Gregor, who said that in the United States there was, "too much emphasis on physical sports and not enough on the intellectual...A country like ours has an obligation not to be second to anyone." However, it was Jacqueline?s attention to detail and persistence that made the event legendary. The competition was held again in 1966, and its success prompted the Los Angeles Times to name Jacqueline its "Woman of the Year." Piatigorsky Cup Tournaments:The 1963 and 1966 Piatigorsky Cup tournaments rank among the strongest chess competitions ever held on American soil. They are on a short list that includes New York 1924, New York 1927, Dallas 1957, and the 2013 Sinquefield Cup. Held during the Cold War, when tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union were high, the Piatigorsky Cups represented a triumph of diplomacy. Jacqueline and Gregor Piatigorsky faced a daunting task in trying to have Soviet players compete in both events, something that had happened only once before in 1954, when the Soviet Union and United States played a team match in New York. That the Piatigorskys succeeded was a testament to their hard work and persistence, and resulted in Tigran Petrosian competing in both events. This was the first time a reigning World Chess Champion had participated in an individual competition in the United States since Alexander Alekhine played in Pasadena, California, in 1932. Both the 1963 and 1966 tournaments were double round-robin competitions in which all participants played against each other twice. Jacqueline produced an elegant trophy for the events that featured a "love cup" designed by Tiffany & Co. as its centerpiece. The cup is flanked by two Régence-style chess pieces, while the base has plaques with spaces for the names of the winners. The 1963 event, held at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, California, included eight competitors from five different nations and offered a prize fund of $10,000. The two Soviet players, Tigran Petrosian and Paul Keres, triumphed over the rest of the field and shared the top prize. The exciting competition attracted a large audience. Bobby Fischer participated in the 1966 tournament, ensuring that the top American talent of the period was represented in the competition. It also meant that the field of ten players in the 1966 event contained one World Chess Champion (Petrosian) as well as two future ones (Bobby Fischer and Boris Spassky). Fischer had declined an invitation to the first Cup, still unhappy about his aborted 1961 match against Samuel Reshevsky, which Jacqueline had cosponsored. However, by 1966 the sore feelings had subsided, and his presence and play made this Cup an electrifying event. After a strong start followed by a disastrous performance mid-tournament, Fischer mounted an amazing comeback to tie with the tournament leader, Spassky, in the standings. Their game in the penultimate round attracted a record 900 spectators and served as a preview of the excitement the two would generate six years later in their epic 1972 World Chess Championship match in Reykjavik, Iceland. The two played to a hard-fought draw. Spassky then won his last game against Jan Hein Donner, who was at the bottom of the standings, while Fischer?s game against Petrosian ended in a draw. Spassky achieved a narrow victory over Fischer, winning $5000 from the $20,000 prize fund and a smaller version of the Piatigorsky Cup trophy. The Piatigorsky Cups were not only elite tournaments, but they also broke new ground in making chess competitions more spectator-friendly. The 1963 event followed traditions that had existed for decades, with wall boys moving the pieces on large demonstration boards for the audience. Periodically these same wall boys would manually adjust clocks mounted next to the demonstration boards, giving the audience a rough idea of how much time each player had used. This formula worked reasonably well, but Jacqueline, known for her attention to detail, wanted to improve this system for the second event. She aimed to ensure that everyone that attended the tournament would be able to see the action, even if they were seated in the back of the playing hall. To this end, she developed a projector system that would make the moves of each game clearly visible. By the time of the second tournament, held in Santa Monica, California, in 1966, she had designed and perfected the setup. This innovation, as well as her creation of electric wall-mounted clocks that kept precise measurements of each player?s time, turned out to be both novel and necessary in the second competition. The second Piatigorsky Cup consistently drew crowds of 600 to 700, peaking at 900 spectators near the end of the event.Condition:Both copies inscribed to Michael Jeffreys by Piatigorsky on front end papers. First Piatigorsky Cup with group picture of Jacqueline, child students and Jeffreys tipped to half title. Jefferys business card laid in else better than very good copies in near fine jackets.

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

      New York: The Viking Press, 1965. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. This is a first edition, first printing of the critically acclaimed photobook, A Way of Seeing: Photographs of New York published by The Viking Press, New York in 1965. A Way of Seeing was Helen Levitt\'s first published collection of photographs and features 50 incredible gravure plates of her pictures taken on the streets of Yorkville, Harlem and the Lower East Side. In The Photobook: A History, Martin Parr and Gerry Badger write, Levitt\'s photographs are beautiful--major underrated works. Like Henri Cartier-Bresson, she achieves a rare balancing act: her pictures have sentiment without being sentimental, always maintaining an objective distance...The casual observer of these pictures, dazzled by their poetry, could easily miss the harsher realities masked by the surface warmth and joie de vivre. The New York Times stated, Helen Levitt was the first American photographer to fully comprehend the essence of Henri Cartier-Bresson\'s photographic message and put it into practice. Like Cartier-Bresson, she understood how to combine intuition and intellect to forge sophisticated, lyrical compositions from commonplace events. Measuring approximately 7 inches x 9.5 inches, the book is oblong and bound in the original black cloth boards in a photographically illustrated dust jacket. The condition of the book is Near Fine+ with very minor age toning to the edges. The dust jacket is price clipped and in Near Fine condition with a bit of wear to the tips, a 1 inch crease on the upper right front corner, and very minor loss at the spine head. Overall, this is a gorgeous copy of an exceptional photobook classic. Cited in all three reference books on photobooks: The Book of 101 Books: Seminal Photographic Books of the Twentieth Century by Andrew Roth, The Photobook: A History by Parr and Badger, and The Open Book by Andrew Roth.

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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. First Edition. 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. 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.

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        The Man with the Golden Gun

      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1965. Octavo. Original black boards, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Some very light foxing to text block edges. A fine copy in an excellent jacket with mildly toned spine and a few small nicks to extremities. First edition, first impression. Due to insufficient stock of the patterned green endpaper, this copy is bound with plain white paper. "A plentiful supply of green paper was provided for the reprints, however, as white endpapers are not seen in any subsequent impressions until 1979" (Gilbert).

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Photograph signed by the members of the Warren Court

      Supreme Court Washington, D.C., ca. 1965-1967 Photograph signed by Warren Court, Color, 8? x 11? image affixed to a 10? x 13.5? mount (visible). Matted to 14.75? x 18.25? ?Earl Warren? as Chief Justice and ?Hugo L Black,? ?W O Douglas,? ?Tom C. Clark,? ?Potter Stewart,? ?Wm J Brennan Jr.,? ?John M Harlan,? ?Byron R White,? and ?Abe Fortas? on the mount as Associate Justices of the Supreme Court. The last name of each Associate Justice and the letter ?J? for Justice is neatly penciled beneath a penciled line below each signature. ?C.J.? is beneath Warren?s autograph. There is a diagonal crease at the bottom right corner of the photograph going through Justice Clark?s right hand and a diagonal crease in the upper left of the mount. The photograph is lightly sunned, somewhat affecting the signatures of Brennan, Fortas, and Warren. Fine condition. This photograph was taken by the National Geographic Society (noted at the lower left of the image) in a conference room at the Supreme Court between October 4, 1965, when Abe Fortas succeeded Arthur G

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        La Mano Dell'Uomo

      Rome: Edizioni dell'Elefante, 1965. First, Limited Edition. A visual paean to the human hand, with numerous illustrations by the author. An uncommon work by the Italian caricaturist and surrealist painter, among the leading anti-Fascist artists of the post-war period. Very scarce; none others in commerce; only two copies located in OCLC institutions; this a great association copy. Octavo. Original pictorial wrappers; 15pp. Limited to 500 copies. This copy nicely inscribed on inside cover to Ben and Bernarda Shahn, dated 1966: "a Bernarda e Ben / tanti auguri / da Bruno e Lidia," with an original humorous drawing of the author/artist holding a fountain pen between his toes. Covers slightly faded at extremities, else Near Fine.

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        Two Signed Letter by Alfred A. Montapert (Promoting: Distilled Wisdom)

      1965 - FIRST LETTER: Dated October 8, 1965. On Alfred A. Montapert stationary. A red, white, blue and gold crescent shield along with the address. The letter is addressed to Mr. Henry S. Swift, Editor, Modern Merchant Furst-McNess Company in Freeport, Illinois. Excerpt, "Dr. Mr. Swift: We would like to present to you a copy of our new book DISTILLED WISDOM." Letter condition: Very Good. Size: 7 ¼" x 10 ½" tall. One page with three envelope fold lines. Attached to the letter is the REPLY from Henry S. Swift, dated November 11, 1965 (un-signed). Excerpt, "Dear Mr. Montapert: Many thanks for sending a copy of your new book DISTILLED WISDOM.I am enclosing a copy of our semi-monthly publication, The Modern Merchant" This letter condition: Fair+. Size: 8 ½" x 11" tall. One page. SECOND LETTER: Dated November 15, 1965 -RESPONSE to Mr. Swift. On Alfred A. Montapert stationary. A red, white, blue and gold crescent shield along with the address. The letter is addressed to Mr. Henry S. Swift, Editor, Modern Merchant Furst-McNess Company. Excerpt, "It was with great pleasure that we read your book review on DISTILLED WISDOM in the Modern Merchant." This letter condition: Very Good. Size: 7 ¼" x 10 ½" tall. One page with two envelope fold lines. This letter is enclosed an envelope with two 5-cent U. S. Postage stamps and the post office stamp/Los Angeles Calif. November 15, 1965. Condition: top opened with a tear, the back has three, what appears to be glue remain stains, otherwise, in good- condition. DATE PUBLISHED: 1965 EDITION: [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Stoner. A Novel

      Viking Press, New York 1965 - 8vo, 278pp. Hardcover, bound in publisner's quarter cloth over boards, in the original bright yellow dustjacket designed by Ellen Raskin. In very good plus condition. Binding is firm and square; contents are crisp, clean, and bright. No signs of prior ownership and very little wear. Old price (48 cents) neatly stamped in ink on corner of front endpaper, otherwise unmarked. Spine ends lightly bumped, else fine. The dustjacket is unclipped, with slight wear to corners and spine ends and a tough of fading to spine and top edge of front panel. Remains bright and attractive in a new clear Mylar wrapper. A very nice copy of an important book. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Black Letter Books, LLC.]
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        Stoner, a novel

      New York: Viking Press. 1965. First edition. Hardcover. Good. 1965, First Edition. Hardcover, cloth-backed boards. A Good copy in a Good dust jacket. Namestamp of the former owner, Graham Greene bibliographer Roland Wobbe, on the front fly leaf and bottom text-block. Light foxing to the text-blocks, endpapers; light foxing to the margins of the text throughout, a bit heavier in the first and last 20 pages. The foxing isn't too distracting and the text itself has remained bright and free of ink or pencil markings. The DJ also shows light foxing on the rear panel, inner flaps and blank side; the spine is sunned; light edgewear as well. An uncommon first edition of this recently crowned American classic.

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        Magic of a Line (1st edition hardback)

      Kimber, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/Good. VG-/Good+ exceptionally hard to find 1st edition 1965 Kimber hardback, beautiful jacket illustration , unclipped dust-jacket in protective sleeve. Light edge-wear and chips to DJ, 2cm repaired rear top corner closed tear and crease to DJ, ex-owner name to fly-leaf, hint of DJ spine fade and a little spotting only else 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: 040967..

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        Desolation Angels

      New York: Coward-McCann, Inc., 1965. First printing. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good+. 366 pp. Orange cloth-covered boards with Kerouac's signature embossed on front board, along with gold lettering on the spine, in addition to yellow pastedowns and endpapers. Price of $5.95 on front flap of jacket. Introduction by Seymour Krim. An attractive copy of Kerouac's semi-autobiographical novel based on events that occurred after those that are fictionalized in the Dharma Bums. A Near Fine book with the slightest bit of separation between the backstrip and the top of the textblock in a Very Good+ jacket with a few traces of edge wear and rubbing.

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        The Lord Of The Rings

      HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY 1965 - 2nd Edition with each top edge different color. slip cover included. The Two Towers 352 pages, The Return of the King 440 pages, The Fellowship of the Ring 423 pages. Foxing on slip cover DATE PUBLISHED: 1965 EDITION: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Man With the Golden Gun

      Jonathan Cape, London 1965 - First edition, first issue, second state, binding A (without the "golden gun" on the front board). Small London booksellers's label on front pastedown and topedge a trifle soiled, else fine in very near fine dustwrapper with very tiny nicks at the corners of the spine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Spezielle Topfpflanzen. Ein Nachschlagebuch über den Anbau solcher Topfpflanzen, die zur Bereicherung des Angebots mehr berücksichtigt werden sollen.

      Berlin und Hamburg, Paul Parey, 1965.. 3., völlig neubearb. Aufl. 22 cm. 108 S. Mit 32 Abbildungen. Originalkarton (Softcover). Gut. Mit einem rückstandsfrei entfernbaren Aufkleber ("Für Multitöpfe interessant") a. Deckel. Die gärtnerische Berufspraxis ; Heft 2.; 3.

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        Das Gastmahl oder über die Liebe. In der Übertragung von Rudolf Kassner. Frankfurt, Ars Librorum 1965. Folio. 68 S. Mit 9 (3 ganzs.) Orig.-Radierungen von Heinz Battke. Lose Bogen in illustr. Orig.-Leinenmappe. In Orig.-Kassette.

      . . Eines von 300 numerierten und vom Künstler und de Beauclair im Druckvermerk signierten Exemplaren. 12. Ars Librorum Druck, ausgezeichnet als eines der 50 schönsten Bücher des Jahres. - Tiessen 12.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Schmidt & Günther Einzelunte]
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