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        DINÁMICA SOCIAL. Revista del Centro de Estudios Económico-Sociales.

      Bs.As., 1950 - 1965. - Nros. 1 a 152 // Completa 4to., rústica. Dirección: Carlos Scorza. Colaboraciones: J. Pichón-Riviere, G. Uscatescu, J.C. Goyeneche, E. Palacio, J. Irazusta, L. Castellani, O.Di Lullo, M. Amadeo, B. Jacovella, etc. etc. Ilustrada

      [Bookseller: Lucio Fernando Aquilanti]
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        Chefs-d'oeuvre 11 volumes (deux séries de 5 et 6 tomes respectivement - COMPLET)

      1965. Cardin-Bogratchew (tome 1 de la première série, 12 ill.), Gaston Barret (tomes 2 et 3 de la première série, 30 ill.), Lucien Fontanarossa (tomes 4 et 5 de la première série, 30 ill.), Edy-Legrand ( Tomes 1, 2, 3 de la seconde série, 45 ill.), Grau Sala (Tome 4 de la seconde série, 12 Ill.), Michel Ciry (Tome 5 et 6 de la seconde série, 30 illustrations). . Editions de l'Odéon - Editions André Vial, 1965- 1966 - 1967 - 1968 in 4 (25 x 19,5 cm), 241 + 345 + 354 + 283 + 276 + 336 + 274 + 313 + 243 +343 + 337 pages. Illustrations de 159 hors-texte, mis en couleurs par les ateliers de Maurice Beaufumé, de Cardin-Bogratchew (tome 1 de la première série, 12 ill.), Gaston Barret (tomes 2 et 3 de la première série, 30 ill.), Lucien Fontanarossa (tomes 4 et 5 de la première série, 30 ill.), Edy-Legrand ( Tomes 1, 2, 3 de la seconde série, 45 ill.), Grau Sala (Tome 4 de la seconde série, 12 Ill.), Michel Ciry (Tome 5 et 6 de la seconde série, 30 illustrations). Reliure Editeur plein chagrin bordeaux, larges dentelles dorées encadrant les plats, premier plat avec monogramme de l'auteur au centre (F.D.), dos à nerfs, filets et titre dorés, tranche de tête dorée. Tirage à 1500 exemplaires : 72 exemplaires sur Vélin de Hollande Van Gelder numérotés de 1 à 72 enrichis d'une suite en couleurs (chaque collection est enrichie d'un orignal en couleurs), 150 exemplaires sur Vélin de Lana numérotés de 73 à 222 enrichis d'une suite en noir des illustrations, 1278 exemplaires sur Vélin de Lana numérotés de 223 à 1500. Exemplaire 834 pour la première série et 536 pour la seconde série sur papier Vélin de Lana. Les oeuvres présentées dans les deux séries sont les suivantes : PREMIERE SERIE : Tome 1 - Le joueur traduction de Sylvie Luneau, Tomes 2 et 3 - L'idiot traduction de G. et G. Arut, Tomes 4 et 5 - Crime et Châtiment traduction d'Elisabeth Guertiuk. SECONDE SERIE : Tomes 1, 2 et 3 - Les frères Karamazov traduction d'Elisabeth Guertiuk , Tome 4 : L'éternel mari traduction de Yacha Zwizagora, Tome 5 et 6 : Les possédés, traduction d'Elisabeth Guertiuk- Très bon exemplaire, infimes frottements, intérieurs très frais, Tome 1 (le joueur) avec dos légèrement passé

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        New Dimensions (Complete Set Issues 1-16)

      St. Paul; Toddington: Llewellyn; Helios Book Service, 1965. Good +. Rare Complete Set of New Dimensions, 1960';s Occult Journal, Issues 1-16. Wilby, Basil (editor). Issues 1-6 -- St. Paul, MN: Llewellyn, 1963-64 Issues 7-16 -- Toddington, Nr. Cheltenham, Glos., England: Helios Book Service Ltd., 1964-65. Background: The mid-20th century saw a huge growth in interest in all things esoteric and occult. When Carl Llewellyn Weschcke took over Llewellyn Publications in 1961, new age publishing was in its infancy. Llewellyn published the first 6 issues of New Dimensions bimonthly in 1963-64, and it was one of the diverse approaches they were taking to popularizing new age and occult ideas. Today, Llewellyn (now Llewellyn Worldwide) is a global publishing powerhouse, with over $16 million in annual sales. In researching the history of New Dimensions, I contacted Carl Llewellyn Weschcke to ask him about the story behind it, and he generously provided this response: "New Dimensions was my first attempt at magazine publishing, and it was overly ambitious at the time. If we could have started online as possible today, it could have grown. It was a great piece of work. You probably realize that Gareth Knight is the same person as Basil Wilby, editor of New Dimensions. I first encountered Basil as a voluntary, unpaid, librarian for the Society of Inner Light. When we realized we couldn';t make a go of the magazine in its quality incarnation, we transferred all rights to Basil and he continued in the ‘mimeograph'; style as you see. At the same time, he was able to start his own book endeavor, Helios, but eventually gave in, got married, and became an editor for one of the mainstream, non-occult British publishers." New Dimensions stated mission was as such: "Our ideal is to promote a wider understanding of what occultism stands for - and to open the way to unity of purpose among all esoteric schools. - Basil Wilby - Editor" (from issue one contents page). It included writings from a who's who of popular 20th Century psychics, occultists, and new age thinkers. Contributions included original essays, editorials, artwork, short fiction, poetry, book reviews, and more. Over the span of its 16 issues, writings from numerous prominent mid-20th century occultists graced its pages. New Dimensions editor Basil Wilby was the pseudonym for Gareth Knight, a British esotericist and occult author who began his esoteric training in 1953 as a member of the Fraternity of the Inner Light, founded by Dion Fortune, and in the course of a career spanning over fifty years, Knight has written extensively on esoteric topics, mostly centered around the Qabalah. As Weschcke mentioned above, New Dimensions grew out of his encounter with Knight as a volunteer with Dion Fortune';s Fraternity of Inner Light. After Llewellyn';s first year with the digest sized periodical, the decision was made to discontinue publishing it. Llewellyn';s final issue was number 6 in March 1964. Knight then took full control of New Dimensions, regrouped, and started his own publishing company back in England, Helios Book Service. Knight re-released New Dimensions number 7 as "A Helios Production." Helios continued issues 7-12 in virtually the same format (albeit slightly smaller) as Llewellyn had done with 1-6. It was at issue 12 when they made the change to the lower cost mimeograph format, looking much like you would expect a modern photocopied and stapled "zine" to appear. Contributors Over the 16 issues, the following contributors appeared in New Dimension';s pages (alphabetical by last name): Althotas Victor Anderson Alan Bain Douglas Baker Lionel Beer Dorothy Bowhay W.E. Butler Margaret Bruce Benedicta Chichester Hazel & Irene Close Robert Cochrane Riley Crabbe Arnold Crowther Patricia Crowther Gustav Davidson Nancy Dell D.A. Devitt E.A. Eden F. Fortescue Dion Fortune Felix Fraser G.B. Gardner William G. Gray Dr. Elizabeth Higginson Stanley Holt Marc Edmund Jones Sonia Kaulback Gareth Knight Maurice Leonard Leon Levich John A. Lilley Margaret Lumley-Brown Lucile V. McCurtain Harold Morland Jacqueline Murray Sydney Omarr Nancy Mansell O';Neill John Pendragon & Moira Wilson Vawser Gideon Penman Eleanore Person Israel Regardie Peter Ratazzi Roma Dane Rudhyar Charles S. Tate Walter Taylor Doreen Valiente Peta Wade Mark Western Basil Wilby David Williams In its relatively short span of about 2.5 years and 16 issues, New Dimensions shows us a snapshot of the exploding interest in new age ideas and the occult during the 1960';s. Articles on tarot, psychic phenomena, LSD, numerology, astrology, UFO';s, astral projection, cosmic consciousness, angels, and Qabala are just a few of the forms this journal explored alternative and emerging ways of being in the world. Many of the authors went on to become well known in their fields, often continuing to publish and teach right up to the present. Some founded schools and esoteric societies. This beautiful and rare collection of New Dimensions will make a wonderful addition to the library of the serious collector of esoteric literature Also included free with this purchase is a reading copy of New Dimensions editor Gareth Knight';s 2011 memoir, I Called It Magic, in which he discusses at great length his time at editor of New Dimensions, and its role as a hub of prominent and up-and-coming occult writers and thinkers of the time. Condition Overall the set is clean and solid, with some light edgewear and occasional soiling of cover wraps. A few show some "sunning" where light has leeched some color out of the cover. Nothing out of the ordinary for a collection of periodicals that is 50 years old this year.

      [Bookseller: Underground Books]
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        A Bibliography of Canadiana. 6 volumes complete

      Toronto, Canada: Toronto Public Library, 1965 This is a fine hardcover 6 volume set (complete), with almost no wear. Uniformly bound in maroon cloth with green title labels on the spines, titles in gilt. Frances M. Staton and Marie Tremaine (eds) Volume 1: A Bibliography of Canadiana Being Items in the Public Library of Toronto, Canada, Relating to the Early History and Development of Canada, with an introduction by George H. Locke, 828 pages, reprinted 1965. Gertrude M. Boyle, assisted by Marjorie Colbeck (eds) Volume 2:, A Bibliography of Canadiana, First Supplement, Being Items in the Public Library of Toronto, Canada, Relating to the Early History and Development of Canada, with an introduction by Henry C. Campbell, 333 pages, reprinted 1969. Sandra Alston, assisted by Karen Evans. (eds.) Second Supplement, (in 4 volumes) volume 1, 1512- 1800, 353 pages, published in 1989. Volume 2, 1801- 1849, 839 pages, published in 1985. Volume 3, 1850- 1867, 910 pages, published in 1986. Volume 4, Index, 777 pages, published in 1989. ( first printings) Completely clean inside and out. A beautiful set.10" high X 7" wide. . Hard Cover. Fine.

      [Bookseller: Design Books]
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        Fox in Socks - A Tongue Twister for Super Children

      New York: Beginner Books / Random House, 1965. [2], 61pp, [1], original boards in DJ. DJ very slightly soiled to edges, other quite bright. Internally, apart from some traces of pencil to text of half-title and title, quite bright and clean. With all first issue points , Younger and Hirsch 24. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good/Good+. Illus. by Seuss, Dr.. 8vo.

      [Bookseller: Temple Rare Books]
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        [Photographie originale] Longue-vue touristique à New York, ca 1965

      1965. Photo. Illus. by Alain Resnais. Très bon. Aucune reliure. 17,5 x 25,5 cm. Circa 1965. Tirage gélatino-argentique d'époque portant au verso le tampon du photographe (et cinéaste) Alain Resnais. De la collection de Jean-Michel Folon. L'intérêt du cinéaste Alain Resnais pour la photographie est connu, mais ses tirages semblent peu connus et peu nombreux. Ici une superbe composition transformant cette longue-vue typique de New York en une sorte de gigantesque sculpture ou monstre sans bouche. Parfait état..

      [Bookseller: Des livres autour (Julien Mannoni)]
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        The Homecoming

      London: Methuen & Co, 1965. First edition. Octavo, original black cloth. Signed by Harold Pinter on the title page. "With compliments" slip from Harold Pinter laid in. Fine in a near fine price-clipped dust jacket with light rubbing to the extremities. Rare signed. The Homecoming is a two-act play written in 1964 by Nobel laureate Harold Pinter and first published in 1965. The original Broadway production won the 1967 Tony Award for Best Play. "The Homecoming' changed my life. Before the play, I thought words were just vessels of meaning; after it, I saw them as weapons of defense. Before, I thought theatre was about the spoken; after, I understood the eloquence of the unspoken. The position of a chair, the length of a pause, the choice of a gesture, I realized, could convey volumes." (John Lahr, The New Yorker)

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        Notizie degli scrittori bolognesi

      Bologna: Arnaldo Forni Editore, 1965. 9 volumes in 4, facsimile of the 1781-1794 edition originally published by Stamperia di S. Tommaso d'Aquino, Bologna; quarto, hand stamps of a private owner on titles and inside front covers of paper wrappers, very good; a biographical dictionary with bibliographical notes. Photos available upon request.

      [Bookseller: Zubal Books]
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        In Cold Blood

      Random House 1965 - FIRST EDITION of Capote's masterpiece, SIGNED AND INSCRIBED on half-title: "for Tug and John / Love / Truman". Tug and John are New York socialites and partners, Trumbull Barton and John McHugh. NEW YORK: RANDOM HOUSE, 1965. Octavo, original cloth, original dust jacket; custom cloth box. Book fine, dust jacket spine lightly toned; generally a superb copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: CollectorsFolio]
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        [The facsimile of] The Book of Thel

      Clairvaux: The Trianon Press for The William Blake Trust,, 1965. Tall quarto. Original brown quarter morocco, marbled sides. Housed in the publisher's marbled slipcase. A fine copy. First facsimile edition, first impression. One of a limited edition of 426 numbered copies printed on Arches rag paper to match that used by Blake.

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

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

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Octopussy and the Living Daylights

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1965. First edition. Octavo. Inscribed "Good Luck Roger Moore" who played James Bond in the film Octopussy. Fine in a fine dust jacket. Published posthumously, Octopussy and The Living Daylights marks Ian Fleming's final contribution to the legacy of his iconic creation, 007 James Bond. These four tales of intrigue are a novel gaze into the deepest character of Bond.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (ALS) of 5-1/2 pages

      Corona, NY, 17 April 1965. Letter. Light creases from mailing. Near Fine. Fine 5-1/2 page letter on both sides of three 7-1/4" x 10-1/2" sheets of blue Satchmo letterhead with a SIGNATURE almost six inches long! The most famous jazz musician of the 20th century writes to a Mr. Kauffmann as he recuperates from an Eastern European tour. In part, "Here I am sitting in my home in Corona on Easter Sunday night all by myself writing this letter to you while my wife Lucille has a good sleep. The reason we are so tired is because we have just returned from our tour behind the Iron Curtain, which we both enjoyed very, very much. We did a broadcast in Frankfort [sic], Germany not long ago." He offers emotional support to his recently widowed friend. "I always feel very sad when you mention your dear wife. The way you feel about Hilde - she felt the same way about you. True love. So as I've always said, when two people love each other like you & Hilde did you must feel contented. Never worry - never grieve! even if you should marry again. Stay happy. I preach those same words to Lucille lots of times during our life together. I have so much from the life she & I have already live [sic] together until I don't want no misery from [for] which ever one of us should leave this earth last." Armstrong also requests Kauffmann to send him a new batch of lip salve whenever he has it. SIGNED as Louis Armstrong and Satchmo. A remarkable letter from a charismatic, innovative performer whose musical skills and bright personality transformed Jazz from a rough regional dance music into a popular art form.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        The James Bond Dossier

      London: Jonathan Cape. 1965., 1965. Pp.159. Publisher olive green soft covers flanked with publisher's logos in white, titles in black. A beautiful, fine copy ahowing the faintest edgewear. Uncorrected Proof copy.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        Comblain -La -Tour, Original Vintage 1965 FestivalPoster

      Comblain -La -Tour, Original Vintage Festival Poster, July 31-Aug.1, 1965, produced by Joe Napoli, designed by Dechy, illustration by M. Ciparisse, printed by Charles Sarley, Heusy. The poster is 19.25" by 13", has been folded, tack holes and impressions to corners, short closed tear to centre fold at right margin, light crease to top right corner, hint of tape residue to verso at the corners, Belgian excise stamp to verso, else, about near fine, clean, unmarked , stored flat and shipped in a mailing tube. In 1959 the small Belgian village of Comblain-La- Tour held its inaugural jazz festival and then over the next eight years became the unlikely site for one of the most exciting jazz festivals in Europe, rivaling Newport and Antibes as a world-class jazz capital. The festival was the brain-child of Joe Napoli, who as a young GI, battle weary and exhausted after the Battle of the Bulge, had found shelter in Comblain late in 1944, where the villagers had looked after him with great kindness. Back in the US Napoli became a successful booking agent and manager, whose clients included trumpeter Chet Baker. In 1959, having never forgotten the kindness shown to him, Napoli found a way to repay the village by offering to hold a jazz festival , in part as a fund-raiser for repairs to Comblain’s church roof. The first festival was a one day event and was plagued by terrible weather (something which was to happen often at subsequent festivals) but which did nothing to dampen the spirits of hundreds of jazz fans who made their way to Comblain. The succeeding festivals were all two day events, and by 1960 were attracting audience of more than 20,000, eager to hear some of the era’s great musicians. From 1959-66 the festival hosted a who’s who of jazz luminaries, including Chet Baker, Bud Powell, Cannonball Adderley, John Coltrane, Ray Charles, Bill Evans, Stan Getz, Art Farmer ,Woody Herman, Benny Goodman, as well as pop stars like Petula Clark and Charles Aznavor. In 2009 the village hosted a festival to mark the 50th Anniversary of the first Comblain- La- Tour. Comblain Jazz Festival Posters are now very scarce and in 1965, the penultimate festival featured John Coltrane’s celebrated Quartet as the festival headliner. J1804 . About Near Fine.

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        Spinning Man V

      Curwen Prints,, 1965. Lithograph on Handmade Barcham Green Crisbrook paper. Fine condition. Presented in a gun metal wooden frame with UV glass. Size: 57.5 x 80.5 cm. (22½ x 31½ inches) No. 55 of 65 and 5 artist's proofs. Signed and dated in pencil lower right by Elisabeth Frink. From a series of 8 lithographs titled Spinning Man. Dame Elisabeth Frink, printmaker and sculptor, her work is distinguished by her commitment to naturalistic forms and themes. Frink's popular subjects included men, birds, animals and religious motifs.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        For Kicks (First UK Edition)

      London: Michael Joseph, 1965. First Edition. First Edition. Near Fine in a bright, Very Good plus dust jacket. Small bump to one corner of the heel, else book is Fine; jacket has a couple of short closed tears and corner rubs, with a small dampstain at the bottom corner of the rear panel. An attractive copy.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        For Kicks

      London: Michael Joseph,, 1965. Octavo. Original green boards, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Ownership inscription to front free endpaper. Spine slightly rolled with a faint vertical crease, edges spotted. A very good copy in the price-clipped and lightly rubbed and foxed jacket with a few short closed tears that are repaired on the verso. First edition, first impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      - CARTOONS. (HANNA-BARBERA) JETSONS ORIGINAL ART. Offered here is a fabulous watercolor circa 1965 used for a Spanish Language book about the Jetsons. Although there is no indication that this is from a Spanish book, it was purchased with other art from a Spanish edition. In Spanish, the Jetsons are known as "Los Supersonicos." When the Flintstones premiered in 1960, it became the first prime time cartoon series made specifically for TV and it is still popular today. It was also very successful in Spanish speaking countries (especially Mexico and Venzuela). The Jetsons was the space age version of the Flintstones. The colors in this artwork are vibrant and the image makes you smile. The image measures 10 x 13" done on art board 12 x 16. Sl. finger soil on edges, near fine. This is a great image of the whole Jetson Gang - George, his wife Jane and their daughter Judy are in a space ship hovering in mid air. Their son Elroy is sitting on a cloud next to Astro the dog.

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. - ABAA]
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        [Photographie originale] Flèche signalétique au sol, ca 1965

      1965. Photo. Illus. by Alain Resnais. Très bon. Aucune reliure. 25,3 x 17,4 cm. Circa 1965. Tirage gélatino-argentique d'époque portant au verso le tampon du photographe (et cinéaste) Alain Resnais. De la collection de Jean-Michel Folon. Le sujet représenté est une flèche signalétique, objet essentiel et récurrent dans l'ouvre de Folon. Folon en photographiait lui-même énormément et ses amis photographes lui envoyaient celles qu'ils trouvaient. L'intérêt du cinéaste Alain Resnais pour la photographie est connu, mais ses tirages semblent peu connus et peu nombreux. Cette photographie, et probablement ce tirage-même, apparaît dans le film d'Alain Resnais "La guerre est finie", dans les mains d'Yves Montand, en train de feuilleter des photos de flèches signalétiques au sol (vers la 52 minute, 42e seconde). Il est à noter que Folon a été présent sur le tournage du film, dont il a pris des photos (voir nos références n° 3475, 3476 et XXXX) et que plusieurs de ses propres tirages photographiques figurent dans la même scène (voir référence n° 3483). Folon est également cité dans le film (ves 41'30'' - 41'55'') : "On prépare un livre sur les villes, sur toutes les villes du monde... enfin, sur la manière dont la ville parle avec ses habitants et comment les gens dans la rue lui répondent... comment ça devient un langage... c'est compliqué à dire, mais en images c'est tout simple... Tu verras : on prend des photos des villes et on mélange avec des dessins de Folon et Topor. C'est moi qui ai fait la maquettte avec Agnès. Bill s'en va au Brésil, alors on fait tout de suite le premier choix des photos avant son départ." Resnais avait montré en 1965 à Jogre Semprun, l'auteur du scénario, des dessins de Folon figurant des flèches, et Semprun avait intégré Folon dans le scénario (cf. sa préface à "Folon, aquarelles, gravures et affiches", 1982). Parfait état..

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

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

      [Bookseller: Des livres autour (Julien Mannoni)]
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      Worcester: Achilles J. St. Onge, [1965].. Miniature (9.2 x 7 cm). Full blue calf, stamped in gilt, a.e.g. Illustrated throughout in color by T. Tudor. Pencil gift acknowledgement by W. S. Lewis, else fine in very near fine dust jacket. One of an unspecified number of copies printed by Enschedé en Zonen, this being one of the preferred copies with the dedication intact. This copy bears an original drawing by Tudor, in pencil and brown ink, signed and dated 1969, on the preliminary blank. Wilmarth Lewis has written his initials in pencil again, beneath the drawing (of a man reclining and reading in a chair, surrounded by dogs and picture frames, smoking), but an acquaintance of Lewis declines to believe it resembles him.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        Midnight Cowboy

      Simon and Schuster 1965 - A near fine first edition (First Printing stated on copyright page) in a fine dust jacket (original price still on front flap), inscribed by Herlihy on the front free endpaper. Light dots of discoloration at top and bottom of covers. Otherwise book is fine and looks unread. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bookbid]
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        The Far Side of the Dollar

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf,, 1965. Octavo. Original green cloth backed brown boards, titles to spine gilt, yellow top-stain. With the dust jacket. An excellent copy in the lightly rubbed jacket with slightly faded spine panel. First edition, first printing. Inscribed by the author, using his real name Kenneth Millar, on the front free endpaper "Feb. 8, 1965 Santa Barbara. For Stretch, with affectionate good wishes". Stretch was a Santa Barbara neighbor.

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

      New York: Viking, 1965. First edition. Oblong, quarto. Fine in a fine dust jacket with one small closed tear. Signed by Helen Levitt on the title page. James Agee, dead ten years in 1965, had written his essay for the book in 1946… Although he may not have been the first writer to apply the word lyrical to Levitt's marvelously serendipitous images of urban street theater, his essay was for some time their most persuasive critical frame. In this edition, his text literally brackets the 50 photos, which are arranged in an episodic montage—bleak, antic, poignant; sometimes melodramatic, often comic—at once suggestively narrative and as ephemeral as a passing glance" (Roth, 178). In this timeless work, "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" (Parr & Badger II:252).

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        A Way of Seeing; Photographs of New York

      New York: The Viking Press,, 1965. With an essay by James Agee. Oblong quarto. Original black cloth, titles to front cover and spine in white. Illustrated with 51 mainly full page photographs. Minor scuffs to book, dust jacket rubbed to corners, small chip to head of spine. First edition, first printing. These photographs were taken over a number of years, starting in the 1940s, Levitt and Agee planned the publication in 1950, five years before Agee's death.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        A WAY OF SEEING. PHOTOGRAPHS OF NEW YORK With an essay by James Agee.

      NY: Viking, 1965. First ed. Levitt, Helen. Oblong 4to., 78 pp., 50 photo-plates. Bound in black cloth with photo-illustrated dw. The dw has two closed tears and a few chips and wrinkles along the lower edge of the front panel. Lower tips rubbed, otherwise a very good copy in dw. Helen Levitt and James Agee produced the work for this book in the late 1940's., but it was not published until Agree had already passed away.

      [Bookseller: Andrew Cahan: Bookseller, Ltd]
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        A Way of Seeing

      Viking, New York, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/Very Good. Oblong 8vo - Jacket chipped at edges with some loss at spine ends and corners, a few surface marks, small tear and stain to rear inner flap; unclipped and still about very good. Wear to edges of black cloth, a bit heavier at corners; slight scattered browning to pages. Still an attractive copy and a vital evocation of New York and childhood. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Inventory No: 043108. .

      [Bookseller: Pazzo Books]
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        God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater [Review Copy]

      NY: Holt Rinehart Winston. (1965). A review copy of Vonnegut's sixth book, one of the novels that began earning him a small but passionate following in the mid-1960s, before his breakthrough to the status of "major author," which came when Slaughterhouse-Five was published. Signed by the author with a self-caricature. Owner signature of cartoonist Claude Smith under front flap; very slight loss to spine lettering; otherwise a fine copy in a near fine dust jacket with some unnecessary tape strengthening on verso and slight dampstaining, also on verso. With press release laid in. In a custom clamshell case. . First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        There's No Vinism Like Chauvinism - Original Typed Manuscript

      - 8.5 by 11-inch sheets. 77 pages. First published in the April 1965 issue of Amazing Stories and later collected in The Best of John Jakes in 1977. Offered here is the complete, original manuscript with handwritten notes and changes. Also included are the two original publisher's mock-up pages with artwork for the story's title page and two sets of publisher's sheets representing the version that was finally published. The condition of this group is very good. Known primarily for his historical novels, much of Jakes' early writing was for the science fiction pulps. He was a prolific short story writer, even into the 1970s, and many of his works were first published in Amazing Stories. This lot provides both a glimpse into pulp magazine production as well as an opportunity to obtain Jakes manuscript material which is rarely offered.

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        The Dark is Rising Series: Over Sea, Under Stone; The Dark is Rising; Greenwitch; The Grey King; Silver on the Tree

      London: Jonathan Cape 1965-1977. First British editions and true firsts of each book in the Dark is Rising Sequence. Octavo, 5 volumes. Each copy is signed or inscribed by the author. Each are in excellent condition in dust jacket. A very rare set, especially signed. One of the most celebrated fantasy sequences of all time, The Dark Is Rising is a searing, epic rendering of the eternal conflict between good and evil. It was inaugurated in 1965 with the U.K. publication of Over Sea, Under Stone by Jonathan Cape. The sequels were published 1973 to 1977, volume four, The Grey King (1975), won both the Newbery Medal, recognizing the year's "most distinguished contribution to American literature for children", and the inaugural Welsh Tir na n-Og Award for English-language books with Welsh background. The concluding Silver on the Tree (1977) also won the annual Tir na n-Og Award.

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      Bruxelles: Editions Terres Latines, (1965). First Edition. Decorated Wraps. Fine in chemises and slipcases. Andre Collot. Two octavo (6-3/4" x 8-3/4") volumes of unbound sheets in printed wrappers laid into cloth chemises with matching slipcases. Illustrated in color pochoir by Andre Collot. Of a total of 1600 copies, this is Copy #1 SIGNED with all of the ORIGINAL PENCIL DRAWINGS for the illustrations and layout sketches for the book housed in the second volume, nearly 150 pieces of original art.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Crucifix in a Deathhand

      New York: Lyle Stuart. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Fine. FIRST EDITION, one of only 3100 copies, SIGNED AND DATED BY BUKOWSKI ("Charles Bukowski / 3-15-65") on the blank preceding the colophon. With the rare wrap-around band. A magnificently illustrated and printed book with illustrated paper covers, leaves of varying widths and colors with deckle fore edges, cover etching and four full page black and white etchings. From the colophon: "Thirty-one hundred copies of this first edition hand-set in Bulmen Roman, American Uncial & others, have been printed, hand-fed in single-page impressions, on Linweave Spectra paper in shades of ivory, white, peacock, gobelin, bayberry, bittersweet & saffron, on an 8 by 12 C. & P. letterpress in New Orleans. Edited, designed, printed and handbound by Loujon Press editors Louise and Jon Webb, with delivery begun in April 1965 of books as they were completed to publisher Lyle Stuart, Inc., N.Y.C." New York: Lyle Stuart, 1965. Folio (8.5 x 12.5 in.), original wrappers; original wrap-around band. A FINE COPY.

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        Daily Mirror Book / Kwadraatblad

      Hilversum: Steendrukkerij de Jong & Co, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover.. Near Fine. 25 x 25cm. 60 loose sheets. Housed in the original cardboard packaging (which is not usually present). Packaging is split on both sides, contents fine. Text in English, French, Dutch and German. One of 1000 copies. More images available on request. Insanely rare artists book. Legendary Roth/Kwadraatblad collaboration. Very few copies have survived. Currently on show at the Museum of Modern Art in New York is showing this edition in the exhibition Wait, Later This Will Be Nothing: Editions by Dieter Roth. Engaged in many facets of artistic production, from painting and drawing to writing poetry and music, Dieter Roth (Swiss, born Germany, 1930Ð1998) never settled with one style or in one place for long. Among the few constants in RothÕs output was his engagement with editioned mediumsÑbooks, prints, and multiplesÑwhich he made, beginning in his student days, until the end of his life. In experimental projects he radically expanded the definitions of these established formats, spreading his printing plates with organic materials in lieu of ink, filling sausages with ground paper instead of meat, submerging plastic toys in chocolate, and producing a dazzling array of variations on printed postcards. Wait, Later This Will Be Nothing: Editions by Dieter Roth focuses on the artistÕs incredibly innovative and prolific period between the late 1950s and the early 1970s. The exhibition takes its title from a phrase in Snow (1964/1969), a major book project that marked a turning point in RothÕs approach, away from the rigorous, abstract visual language of his early work to an embrace of chance, the everyday, and accumulation. Its pages reflect the mind of the artist at work and are a trove of information about his creative process, plans for future works, literary and technical experiments, thoughts on artistic colleagues, and much more. Snow and the artistÕs subsequent radical experiments with editioned formats challenged traditional notions of beauty and offered an expanded definition of art in the twentieth century.

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        UNSAFE AT ANY SPEED (signed 1st)

      Grossman Publishers, New York 1965 - Grossman Publishers. New York. First edition, stated first printing. 1965. Signed / Flatsigned in person by Ralph Nader directly to the title page. Signature only, no inscription. 365 pages. Book is tight, bright and clean. Clean, red cloth panels with Silver titling on the spine. Original first issue DJ with $5.95 price intact. Red topstain. The only thing keeping the book from grading higher is a slight lean. Black DJ is not as nice as the book as the DJ shows imperfections with rubbing, a few chips and a couple of closed tears. A VG copy of the classic in an aesthetically flawed dj. In March 1999, the New York Times published a list of the top 100 books in journalism excellence. The panel consisted of 36 judges and was compiled by New York University's School of Journalism. Unsafe at Any Speed ranked 38th among the top 100 pieces of journalism of the 20th century. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Medium Rare Books LLC]
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        Heraclitus of Ephesus

      Joan Miro'. Adrien Maeght, Paris 1965. Total edition 75 copies, of which this is the N 49, signed by Miro' in pencil on colophon.Portfolio with 10 original etchings loose in a cover of RIves wove paper with flaps, and a second etching in Black on the front. In the original orange silk board, in sleepcase. Ref: Cramer #98. Very good.

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        Modern Chess Openings

      New York: Pittman Publishing, 1965. Octavo, original half cloth. Inscribed by Chess grandmaster Larry Evans. Fine in a very good dust jacket. This is the first printing of the tenth edition of this classic work, which was the first time it was completely revised by Larry Evans. Rare signed and inscribed by this chess grandmaster. Larry Evans was the American chess grandmaster who won or shared the U.S. Chess Championship five times and the U.S. Open Chess Championship four times. He wrote a long-running syndicated chess column and wrote or co-wrote more than 20 books on chess. Modern Chess Openings explores the tactics he used to play against formidable opponents like Daniel Yanofsky or Bela Berger.

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        Molecular Biology of the Gene

      New York: Benjamin, 1965. First edition of the Nobel Prize-winning scientist's first book preceding "The Double Helix". Signed by Watson on the title page. Octavo, original illustrated wrappers as issued. In very good condition. Written three years before Watson's capstone, The Double Helix, The Molecular Biology of the Gene set a new standard for textbooks, particularly through the use of concept heads-brief declarative subheadings. Watson provided a historical basis for molecular biology, concise descriptions of fundamental chemical concepts, and a discussion of standard techniques and model organisms commonly used in molecular biology studies. The Molecular Biology of the Gene can be seen as Watson laying groundwork for what would culminate with the publication of The Double Helix.

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

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

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      Santa Fe: Institute of American Indian Arts, 1965. 1st, an oblong folio 11.75" x 18", in cloth in shades of orange to red with a leather spine over the cloth spine, and a pasted on illustration. Printed on heavy brown paper like grocery-bag paper, accordion-style with each page folded double. The content is poems and artwork by students at the IAIA, printed entirely by silkscreen. Additionally there are tipped in lino- and woodcuts. Colophon on the rear pastedown reads: "Designers, Editors, Printers: Betty Frazier, David Louis, Emerson Blackhorse Mitchell, Elizabeth Runnels, Evan Stewart, Ermon Dick. Faculty Consultants: Terry Allen, William Witherup, Allen Saubel, Seymour Tubis. Reproduction: Woodcut, Linoleum Cut, Silk Screen. Edition Limited: 100." one full page is a contribution by Mitchell, a recipe for Navajo Corn Ice Cream. "Before you start to prepare corn ice cream, your hands have to be washed with the soap of the yucca plant. This makes the corn sweet with its taste." A beautiful and fascinating rarity. This copy is good plus; It has been damp and the boards are bowed; there is a faint waterstain at the top of some pages.. First Edition. Hard Cover.

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        A Thousand Days: John F. Kennedy in the White House

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1965. First edition. Octavo, original black cloth. Fine in a near fine Inscribed by the author, "For Frank and Edith with admiration and affection Arthur M. Schelsinger Jr." The recipient was Frank McCulloch, who was chairman of the National Labor Relations Board and is mentioned in this volume. Also laid in is a memorial service bulletin for McCulloch. There is a quote in the bulletin from Schlesinger, which reads, "He brought civility into labor- management relations, and humanity into politics. I wish there were more Frank McCullochs around today." One of the few now classic works regarding the Kennedy White House years. A nice association. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award, this is the classic study of the presidency of John F. Kennedy as told by a master historian who had the advantage of personally witnessing the great and tragic events of which he writes. "Of all the Kennedy books . . . this is the best." (Time).

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        [Type Specimen] ImpPress Typebook: Being a Complete Showing of Typefaces, Borders, Dingbats, Miscellanea Available at the Aforementioned

      (Houston, TX: ImpPress, 1965). Small octavo. (12)ff. One of 150 copies, signed by the artist and printer, Dugald Stermer. A quirky type specimen book printed on various colors of paper, in many colors of ink. With full-page illustrations, including a cartoonish frontispiece of a man with a printing press in the top of his head, as well as typographic ornaments and engravings that include the headings from 19th-century almanacs. The ImpPress Typebook is characterized by Stermer's sense of humor: Stermer writes in the colophon that this type sample book was "...primarily intended as a means by which the Prop is cutting down smoking. It is almost impossible to set type and smoke simultaneously." Although best known as a San Francisco-based illustrator, designer, and art director who worked for such influential magazines as Ramparts and Mother Jones, Dugald Stermer started the ImpPress while living in Houston, Texas during the 1960s. He became inspired to print after he was given a small printing press and some assorted type by his wife for Christmas. From the library of Ben and Bernarda Shahn, with a label laid in designed by their son, Jonathan Shahn. A small library label to front cover, else fine in black printed wrappers. A scarce book: no copies are recorded in OCLC.

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        The Girl from Farris's

      Kansas City, MO.: House of Greystoke, 1965 This is actually the Second Edition, but the FIRST THUS, and is 1 of 50 unnumbered copies bound by the publisher, Vern Coriell, in hardcover. Contains a Frontispiece by Frank Frazetta and "A Pictorial Bibliography of The Girl from Farris's". (Preceded by the unauthorized Wilma Company edition issued in 1959 in a 250-copy total print-run comprised of 170 hardcover copies and 80 with paper covers, at a Lilliputian size of 3 5/8 inches by 4 3/8 inches, with the 48 pages reproduced at 1/6th size from typewritten pages.) This edition is 7 x 10 inches, 76 pages, and sewn-in-stitches and bound in blue cloth with the title gold-stamped on the front cover. RARE! [NOTE: Any book listed as a First Edition will also ALWAYS be a 1st Printing.]. First Thus. Hard Cover. Fine/Issued Without Jacket. Illus. by Frank Frazetta. Limited Edition.

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        SIXTEEN POEMS IN VERSE & WOOD. Wood cut & engraved by George Lockwood.,

      Boston: Impressions Workshop, Cricket Press, 1965. - 9 x 9 1/2. 17 French-fold leaves. A color engraving (on the left) faces a poem (on the right). Brown boards, side-stitched, label on upper cover, marbled endpapers. Small bookplates of Harold Hugo & family member on blank. A 45-RPM recording of the poet reading his poems, in rear pocket. Fine in slipcase. No. 48 of 150 copies, signed by Lockwood & Bockes. Beautifully printed in Venezia type. The poems were written to accompany the wood engravings. A handsome book. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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