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        God Bless You Mr. Rosewater

      Book is a hardcover, FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING, in Very Good condition in a Very Good DJ. Book is clean, tight and unmarked with mild edge-wear to covers, rubbing at head and tail of spine, titles on spine show some rubs. DJ is very slightly tanning due to age, some light rubbing to edges, NO chips, NO tears, NO stains. Interior pages are clean and unmarked; NO ownership markings, NOT exlibrary. DJ now protected in mylar cover. A beautiful First Edition (Holt, Rinehart & Winston 1965 State First) copy of a rare title.

      [Bookseller: Old Renton Book Exchange]
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        A SENSE OF WHERE YOU ARE: A Profile of Princeton's Bill Bradley

      NY: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, (1965) - First Edition of the author's first book, the enormously well-received and critically acclaimed study of the extraordinary athlete Bill Bradley, obviously well before his entry into the political arena. A very close to fine copy in a better than very good ,non-price-clipped dust jacket which shows the faded spine endemic to this title, and some moderate shallow chipping. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mystery Pier Books, Inc.,ABAA, ILAB, ABA]
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        A Sense of Where You Are: A Profile of Princeton's Bill Bradley

      New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1965. First edition. Hardcover. The first book from this brilliant writer whose books on a wide range of subjects have garnered him a wide audience as well as critical acclaim in the form of a Pulitzer and several National Book award nominations. This book profiled Bradley while he was still a collegiate basketball star and Rhodes Scholar but it hinted at the future greatness that he would accomplish in leading two Knick teams to championships and becoming a U.S senator for New Jersey. A fine and tight copy in a bright about near fine dust jacket with some minor edge wear and small tears but none of the usual fading to the spine.

      [Bookseller: Jeff Hirsch Books, ABAA]
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        Moonscape

      New York, Original Editions,, 1965. Screenprint on blue Rowlux. Sheet size: 50.6 x 60.8 cm. Excellent condition. presented float mounted in a handmade matt black wooden frame with UV glass. Edition of 200. Signed on the verso in pencil lower right by Lichtenstein, numbered lower left.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Man With the Golden Gun

      London: Jonathan Cape. 1965,, 1965. FIRST EDITION, THIRD ISSUE. Pp.221. Publisher's cloth-effect paper over boards with bronze lettering to the spine, plain covers, patterned green endpapers. In the original pictorial dust-jacket illustrated by Richard Chopping. A little spotting to the edges, one or two minor marks within, jacket a trifle rubbed; near fine. A previously unrecorded issue, with the reset half title as noted in the publisher's book production ledger. "This rather elusive issue was produced exclusively for export to Canada... invariably found with price clipped jackets (as here)" -Gilbert, page 420. The third issue accounts for just 3000 copies of the 82,000-strong first impression. Uncommon. Gilbert A13a (1.7)

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        Ariel

      London: Faber and Faber,, 1965. Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in bright blue morocco, titles to spine blocked in white and onlaid to front board in white, twin rule to turn-ins, decorative endpapers, gilt edges. An excellent copy in a fine binding. First edition, first impression. Only 3,100 copies printed.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        ORIGINAL PEN AND INK DRAWING FROM "THE OLD NURSE'S STOCKING BASKET"

      Oxford University Press, 1965.. 1965, image size approximately 115 x 125 mm, 4½ x 5 inches, showing a little girl in a very simple dress holding a bunch of flowers out in the country surrounded by bushes and trees. She seems to have flowers in her hair and around her waist (headpiece to page 84). Bright and clean. Fine in large cream mount ready to frame. Unsigned. Sold with a good plus ex-library copy of the first Ardizzone edition in a good plus slightly chipped dustwrapper. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton]
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        The Americans: The National Experience

      New York: Random House, 1965. First Printing of the First Edition. A Special Presentation Copy of Daniel J. Boorstin's The Americans, Signed by former President, George Bush, to his Son, Neil Bush. Hardcover, rebound in red leather with gilt titles, including the presidential seal in the middle of the front cover and "NEIL M. BUSH" at the bottom of the front cover, 8vo., 517 pages, with index. Inscribed by George H.W. Bush on a bookplate pasted onto the front free endpaper, dated 1991, along with a gold presidential seal and ribbon: "To Neil and Sharon Merry Christmas Devotedly your Dad, George Bush." From the personal collection of Neil and Sharon Bush and accompanied by a signed Letter of Authenticity from Sharon Bush. In very fine condition.. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Fine.

      [Bookseller: Idler Fine Books]
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        Box of Pin-Ups

      London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson,, [1965]. Original card clamshell box (380 x 330 mm), containing 36 loose sheets; each a full page half tone reproduction of a photographic portrait with biographical details of the sitter on the verso. Complete with the sheet of plain brown paper and the piece of corrugated cardboard inserted as packaging. Housed in a black cloth flat back box made by The Chelsea Bindery. Contents in superb condition, the white box shows some very minor dust soiling. with five small brown marks to the lid, only a single split to one bottom corner. A lovely example. First edition, sole impression. This seminal collection of portraits by Bailey is one of the great iconic representations of the Swinging Sixties in London. The subjects typify the newly formed social elite ranging from the Beatles and the Rolling Stones through minor royalty and groovy aristos to film stars, couturiers and gangsters. The mode of publication also hints at a new democratisation. The printing is of lovely quality but photomechanical which meant the cost could be kept down to just three guineas. Copies of this important publication in such nice shape as this complete with both packing inserts have become quite scarce.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Words

      ROBERT CREELEY. WORDS. Rochester: Perishable Press, 1965. First edition ofCreeley's rarest book, a collection of eight poems printed on handmade paper byWalter Hamady's yet unnamed Perishable Press. One of only 30 copies printed(the entire edition); this copy is signed by Creeley on the title-page.Original brown boards, plain unprinted dustwrapper.

      [Bookseller: Wolfbooks]
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        Death In Venice

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf,, 1965. Translated from German by Kenneth Burke. Tall octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine and design to upper board gilt on a black ground. With the dust jacket. Housed in a the publisher's patterned paper slicpase. Illustrations in red in the text. Partial tanning to endpapers, but otherwise a fine copy in the jacket. Knopf 50 year anniversary edition, published as a "tribute to one of the very greatest authors to grace our list". With the publisher's signed presentation inscription to Storer Lunt, head of the New York publishing house W. W. Norton & Co., on the front free endpaper, "It is a pleasure to inscribe this copy of a favorite novelette by a favorite author for my dear friend, Storer Lunt, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1966". This publication put back into print Kenneth Burke's admired but then out-of-print 1925 translation of Der Tod in Venedig.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Diary of A Genius [Signed by Dali]

      NY: Doubleday, 1965. Hardcover. Very Good. First American Edition. Very good hardback in a slightly rubbed jacket. Signed by Dali in black marker on the half title in a contemporary hand consistent to the style he was using during promotional events for this book after it was published.

      [Bookseller: Kenneth Mallory Bookseller. ABAA]
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        Hi Red Center [Bundle of Events]

      Tokyo: NP, 1965. Very good. Single sheet of wove stock printed on both sides in black. Edges slightly darkened, otherwise a fine copy. & & "In 1953 Marcel Duchamp designed a poster-catalogue for the exhibition ‘Dada 1916-1923’ at the Sidney Janis Gallery in New York City; the posters were crumpled into balls and placed in trash baskets for people to retrieve. Hi red Center’s ‘Bundle of Events ‘is a sheet printed on both sides, of events and photo documentation, published by Fluxus , and edited by Shigeko Kubota. George Maciunas distributed Bundle of Events crumpled into a ball and sometimes tied in a rope net, similar to Akasegawa’s tied counterfeit 1000 Yen note pieces in the early 1960’s , Duchamp’s trashed posters, and Christo’s package. Fluxus Codex pages. 267 and 307.

      [Bookseller: Kenneth Mallory Bookseller. ABAA]
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        Die Wörter. Aus dem Französischen mit einer Nachbemerkung von Hans Mayr

      Reinbek bei Hamburg, Rowohlt 1965.. 36.-50. Tsd. 8°. 205 (1) S. OLn. OU. dieser auf der Hinters. m. kl. Fehlstellen., sonst in gutem Zustand Mit eh Widmung des Verfassers am Tit. v. 6. Oct. 1965.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag]
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        THE FAR SIDE OF THE DOLLAR. Typescript Signed

      New York: [Published by Knopf in 1965], 1965 Ross Macdonald's carbon typescript for the novel - 315 pages, rectos only. Signed as Kenneth Millar with his full address on the title page - a clean copy with several corrections in the author's hand. With appx: 116 additional pages - with major corrections, primarily deletions on about 30% of the material. Pages 1-15, 20-21, 58-75, 81, 94-109, 126-129, 135-136, 138-144, 153-155. 158, 162-169, 171-184, 200-201, 210-212, 216-217, 234-238, 240-241, 245, 253-257, 259, 286-287, 295, 300-302. An interesting archive. "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 o nce rubbed shoulders with grifters--and where the present clientele includes a brand-new corpse." - back cover paperback edition. "Ross Macdonald remains the grandmaster, taking the crime novel to new heights by imbuing it with psychological resonance, complexity of story, and richness of style that remain awe inspiring. Those of us in his wake owe him a debt that can never be paid." Jonathan Kellerman. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Solo de Trompeta. Novela

      Madrid, Ediciones Alfaguara, 1965. 4to.mayor; 263 pp., 2 hs., la última de ellas con la rúbrica autógrafa del autor. Edición limitada y numerada de 50 ejemplares, impresos en papel de hilo Ingres. Encuadernación original en tela de arpillera, en estuche.

      [Bookseller: Hesperia Libros]
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        Haggadah for Passover - Copied and Illustrated by Ben Shahn. With Translation, Introduction and Historical Notes by Cecil Roth

      Boston: Little, Brown, 1965. First Trade Edition. Quarto (30cm). Tan linen boards, stamped in gilt; original acetate dustjacket (unprinted); xx, 130pp; illus. Ben Shahn's own file copy, unsigned but with estate label tipped on to front pastedown. Two brief nicks to the acetate protector, bit of browning to margins of text; still an attractive, Near Fine copy.& & First trade edition of Shahn's now-legendary Haggadah, originally issued in a limited edition portfolio by the Trianon Press. The trade edition is itself a handsome production and not over-common.

      [Bookseller: Lorne Bair Rare Books]
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        In the Heat of the Night

      New York: Harper & Row, 1965. SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR on a 1 1/2" by 4 1/2" slip of paper tipped in at title page, typed "Very sincerely yours, John Ball" and signed in ink by author between the sentiment and his name. Fully Fine in Fine dustjacket, the book has no flaws and appears unread. His first book, Winner of the Edgar Awards for Best First Novel in 1966 and Best Motion Picture in 1968, the 1967 movie directed by Norman Jewison and starring Rod Steiger, Sidney Poitier, and Warren Oates was the winner of 5 Oscar Awards including Best Actor and Best Picture, and was nominated for and won of a host of other awards. Set against the backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement, Balll used this police procedural to discuss racial tensions, and the groundbreaking film in which a black man slapped a white man in his face startled audiences across America. A classic of the genre, this is truly a lovely copy, SCARCE SIGNED. . SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

      [Bookseller: Dale Steffey Books]
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        Crucifix in a Deathhand New Poems, 1963-1965

      Loujon/ Lyle Stuart, 1965. First printing. With etchings by Noel Rockmore. A Loujon Press award book. One of 3,100 signed copies, dated (in pink) 3-20-65. Very good wth cover faded, torn/frayed at bottom of spine fold. Wraparound band has several small tears, edgewear. 101+ pp., wraps.. Signed by Author(s). First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Noel Rockmore. Book.

      [Bookseller: citynightsbooks]
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        Crucifix in a Deathhand

      Lyle Stuart Inc, 1965. Illustrated card covers with publisher's original paper band. Signed in pink by Bukowski and dated 3-19-65. Book in overall good to very good condition with very light wear to edges. Clean and bright throughout. Tight binding. Protected in a vinyl jacket. Rare with publisher's band. Limited to 3100 copies printed and bound by Loujon Press. Etchings by Noel Rockmore.. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Paper Covers. Good. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Book.

      [Bookseller: Karol Krysik Books]
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        FOX IN SOCKS

      NY: Random House (Beginner Books), (1965) - First Edition, First State of this classic children's book. A pristine, superb, Fine copy in equally Fine dust jacket made even more collectible as it is inscribed and signed by the beloved author on the verso of the front free endpaper as follows: For / Candace Jones / with best wishes / from Dr. Seuss. A unique and highly special collectible [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mystery Pier Books, Inc.,ABAA, ILAB, ABA]
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        The Man with the Golden Gun First State, Embossed Golden Gun

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1965. Black boards titled in gilt on spine and with the famous golden gun embossed on the front board, green decorative endpapers. There are said to be only 150 of this first state edition produced before a design change occured. The bindings are tight and square and the boards are clean. There is a slight touch of foxing in the top edges and lower fore edges. Internally there is faint/light toning in the gutter and feet of the endpapers, otherwise unmarked. The dust jacket is price clipped, slightly rubbed at the corners, a touch of rust to the spine and folds, unfaded, protected in a fitted clear film sleeve.. First Edition. Near Fine/Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Hardback.

      [Bookseller: Mainly Fiction]
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        The Man with the Golden Gun

      London. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. FIRST EDITION, second state (as usual), without the rare gilt golden gun on the front board. London: Jonathan Cape , 1965. Octavo, original black cloth, original dust jacket. A FINE COPY.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company]
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        The Man with the Golden Gun (A James Bond novel)

      London: Jonathan Cape. 1965., 1965. First Impression. Finely bound by Sangorski and Sutcliffe for Asprey of London in full black goatskin with Japanese endpapers, a.e.g. A beautiful copy. Fleming wrote one James Bond novel each winter in his Jamaican retreat 'Goldeneye' from 1953-1964. This title, The Man with the Golden Gun, was written during the 63/64 winter months and published posthumously by Cape as the last full-length Bond novel. Gilbert A13a.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        The Man With the Golden Gun

      London: Jonathan Cape 1965 - FIRST EDITION, First Issue, Second State, Binding D. Pp.221. Publisher's dark brown 'Fabroleen' cloth-effect paper over boards with bronze lettering to spine, plain covers, green endpapers. In the original pictorial dust-jacket illustrated by Richard Chopping, price-clipped. A bright and attractive copy which has been read. There is ink inscription to the margin of the title and some faint tape burns to the reverse side of the jacket. Nonetheless presentable. Previously unrecorded but recently described in' Ian Fleming: The Bibliography', this variant binding accounts for just over 5000 copies of the 82,000-strong first impression. One to watch. Gilbert A13a (1.5) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books, ABA ILAB]
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        The Man With The Golden Gun

      Cape, 1965. 1st edition. Hardcover. Very fine with clean black boards, first-issue green-marbled endpapers, beautifully white pages, and no inscription or other marks. In an equally fine dustjacket, not price-clipped, one minute spot on the top of the front flap and a small strip of browning on the top of the rear flap. Despite the size of the print run, not many copies of the penultimate James Bond adventure turn up today in such sharp condition. Looks really excellent.

      [Bookseller: Shellhouse Books]
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        The Man with the Golden Gun

      London: Jonathan Cape. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. FIRST EDITION, second state (as usual), without the rare gilt golden gun on the front board. London: Jonathan Cape , 1965. Octavo, original black cloth, original dust jacket. Book near-fine with a little bump at top edge; dust jacket with minor light wear. An excellent copy.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company]
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        Derriere Le Miroir. Joan Miró. Peintures sur Cartons. Special Number 151-152

      Paris: Maeght. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Fine. SIGNED LIMITED FIRST EDITION, NUMBER 93 OF 150 COPIES SIGNED BY MIRÓ. The complete suite, comprising 22 lithographs printed in colors on Rives paper, signed in pencil on the colophon; includes four double-page lithographs. NOTE: The limited edition is of vastly superior quality than the corresponding trade issue of Derriere Le Miroir. Paris: Maeght, 1965. Folio, lithographed wrappers; original board chemise and slipcase. A superb production in fine condition.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company]
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        The End of the Game

      New York: Viking, (1965). Top corners and the top edge of the text block are lightly bumped, else near fine in a lovely, near fine jacket. Housed in a custom clamshell box.. First Edition. Quarto. A fine presentation copy, INSCRIBED by Beard to noted British book dealer Chas Sawyer: "December 7, '67 / To Mr. Sawyer with all best wishes / and salaams from the lake Rudolf Olympic / tryout (and also many thanks for / locating so much of the Africana now in / my collection) / as ever, Peter Beard / P.O. 4191 Nairobi." Beard has augmented his inscription with an original drawing of a crocodile chasing a swimmer. Laid into the book is a small vintage gelatin print sent to Sawyer as a New Year's card, annotated on the rear of the photograph, and enclosed in the original mailing envelope, sent from New York in 1971, with a small drawing on the front of the envelope. (Roth 170-171, Open Book 208-209, Auer 448.) While Beard has become known for his elaborate paintings in later books, important copies of the first edition of The End of the Game are rare; this is only the second example we have seen or handled.

      [Bookseller: Harper's Books, Inc.]
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        It's Me O Lord (In Russian)

      Russia: Mockba, 1965. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good. Filled with Kent's illustrations and reproductions of color paintings that supplement the text. A stunning work when it was published in 1955 in the United States. Republished in the Soviet Union in 1965, with the new Russian text working almost seamlessly with the original illustrations [Libman 2875]. It is an extremely rare edition with none appearing in library holdings via OCLC. Second Printing, 1966. 647 pp. 8vo. First and only Russian Edition of Rockwell Kent's autobiography first published by Dodd, Mead and Company in 1955. Dust jacket has minor chips and tears, scuffing, now in mylar cover. Slight bumping to cover boards, minor soiling at edges. Inscription on first free endpaper and note on rear pastedown, both in Russian.

      [Bookseller: Artisan Books & Bindery]
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        Selected Letters I, II, III, IV, V (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) : Signed Envelope : Five Books Plus One Envelope

      Arkham House, 1965. ........Hardcovers, five volumes plus one envelope. Hardcovers are all first editions and first printings. All are near fine in near fine unclipped dust jackets, though Vol. 1 has faded lettering of the title (the spine is not faded, just the lettering) and Vol. 5 has some light wrinkles at the top of the spine. Laid in is an envelope signed on the back by Lovecraft with his name and address. The envelope is addressed to Clark Ashton Smith in Lovecraft's hand. Please note that it is the envelope which is signed, not the books. The envelope is empty - no letter. ...... Signed by Author. First Edition, First Printing. Cloth. Fine/Fine. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Terry Nudds]
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        Lithographies de l'Atelier Mourlot

      Paris: The Redfern Gallery. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Fine. FIRST EDITION, one of only 1000 copies printed (out of a total edition of 1150), with 11 lithographs (8 in color) by Chagall (cover), Picasso (2 lithos), Miro, Giacometti, Minaux, Jenkins, Matisse, Masson, Calder and Buffet. Printed to accompany the show "L'Atelier Mourlot" at La Galerie Redfern, London, from December 1965- January 1966. Printed to accompany the show "L'Atelier Mourlot" at La Galerie Redfern, London, from December 1965- January 1966. With text (in English translation) by Jean Adhemar. Paris: The Redfern Gallery, 1965. Small quarto, original stiff brown paper boards, original lithographed wrappers by Chagall. A beautiful fine copy, rare in this condition.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company]
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        Joe Gould's Secret (Signed First Edition)

      New York: The Viking Press, 1965. First Edition. First Edition. Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket with the slightest of rubbing at the crown. SIGNED by the author on the front endpaper. Two long essays that originally appeared in "The New Yorker". Basis for the film with Ian Holm as Gould, and Stanley Tucci (who also directed) as Mitchell.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Yes I Can. The Story of Sammy Davis, Jr.

      New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1965 - Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine and Davis Jr silhouette design to front board in silver, green coated endpapers. With the dust jacket. Corners rubbed and the silver slightly dulled, front hinge starting; still a very good copy in the mildly rubbed jacket. Black and white photographic plates. First edition, first printing, of Sammy Davis Jr.'s autobiography. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "To Fred and Ellen, all my best, Sammy Davis Jr." [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Volume 1: Sculpture and Drawings, 1921-1948; Volume 2: Sculpture and Drawings, 1949-1954; Volume 3: Sculpture, 1955-1964

      London: Percy Lund, Humphries & Company Ltd, 1965-1969. Light shelf and edge wear, else close to near fine in close to near fine jackets.. Three volumes. Quartos. Volume 1 is the 1969 reprint of the revised 1954 edition, volume 2 is the 1968 reprint of the revised 1965 edition, and volume three is the first edition from 1965. Each volume SIGNED by Henry Moore and nicely INSCRIBED to art critic Rosamond Bernier, all dated January 1, 1971. The first three volumes of Henry Moore's catalogue raisonné, profusely illustrated.

      [Bookseller: Harper's Books, Inc.]
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        The Looking-Glass War

      London: Heinemann, 1965.. First edition. Octavo, original black boards. Very good in a excellent price-clipped dust jacket with some light fading to the spine. Signed by Le Carre on the title page.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        In Cold Blood

      New York: Random House, 1965 First edition, first printing. Presentation copy; signed and inscribed by Capote on the half title page. An excellent copy in a like jacket with very minor rubbing at the corners, else fine.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Dust Jacket Included.

      [Bookseller: B & B Rare Books, Ltd., ABAA]
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        PARA LAS SEIS CUERDAS Illustrado Por Hector Basaldua

      Buenos Aires: Emecé Editores. Very Good+. 1965. Softcover. 9500416115 . 11 poems, each with beautiful typesetting and one etching. Limited edition, 1 of 3000 copies; Folio .

      [Bookseller: Complete Traveller Antiquarian Bookstore]
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        The Kandy-Kolored Tangerine-Flake Streamline Baby

      New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux,, 1965. Octavo. Original white cloth, titles and decoration to spine and upper board in gold and yellow, orange endpapers, yellow top-stain. With the dust jacket. Contents very slightly toned. An excellent copy in the dust jacket. First edition, first printing. Signed by the author on the title page.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        FIND A VICTIM. Signed

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 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.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Marcel Proust: A Biography (First Editions, inscribed to his wife)

      London: Chatto and Windus, 1965. First Edition. First Editions, two volumes. Both volumes INSCRIBED in the respective years of publication to the author's wife, with volume two being dedicated to her as well. Volume one reads: "For my beloved wife Joan, with thanks for (among much else!) her encouragement and patient kindness which have been indispensable for the writing of this book. / George D. Painter / 17.ix.1959." The inscription on the second volume smartly makes use of the printed dedication: "This copy exclusively for [MY WIFE], who fed, nursed, loved and cherished me while I was writing this book. With all my love to her always - / George D. Painter / 5.vii.1965."& & Painter's two volume biography of Proust is considered, to this day, one of the most significant contributions to literary history in the English language.& & Both volumes Very Good plus, with light toning to the boards and light foxing to page edges, in Very Good dust jackets. The jacket for Volume One is price-clipped, with cello tape repairs to the verso. Both jackets lightly chipped, with a few small closed tears, and light rubbing.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        A Dialogue With Solitude

      New York: Community Press, 1965. Binding a little slack, else near fine in a close to near fine jacket with a tear to the top of the rear panel, worn a bit at the spine head.. First Edition. Quarto. A fine early presentation copy, SIGNED by Heath and INSCRIBED: "To JoAnn Frank / Whose spirit belongs to / the ranks of photography / Dave Heath / 3 November 1967." Heath's first and only major monograph, rescued from the scrap heap of obscurity by Michael Torosian's brilliant reissue in 2000. Prior to the resurrection, Dialogue was probably the greatest unknown American photobook, and Heath, while revered amongst photographers for his emotional and technical brilliance, had yet to become widely collected. The bridge in American photography between Robert Frank and Larry Clark, and one of the most gripping American photobooks ever published. (Parr / Badger, v2, 104; Auer 444).

      [Bookseller: Harper's Books, Inc.]
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        A Way Of Seeing

      New York: The Viking Press, 1965. First edition. Hardcover. An iconic monograph with an essay by James Agee and Levitt's black and white street photographs. A fine copy in a very near fine dust jacket with a minute bit of wear. A fresh copy of this classic. (Parr & Badger, v1 252-253: Roth 178-179)

      [Bookseller: Jeff Hirsch Books, ABAA]
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