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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.

      [Bookseller: Page One, Too; Antiquarian Books]
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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.

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers]
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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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      London: Hamish Hamilton (1965) - First printing. Collects 14 stories including the first book publication of THE PENCIL. Minor imperfection in center of rear board, NEAR FINE in price clipped dj with little dustiness to white rear panel. Click on icon to left to SEE THIS BOOK. Digital pics of any of our books available on request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Nicholas J. Certo]
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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]

      [Bookseller: Veatchs Arts of the Book, ABAA]
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        A California Landscape

      Arroyo Grande, CA: Garland Publishing Company, 1965. A few light creases and general wear; very good in photo-illustrated wrappers.. First Edition. Oblong octavo (5 X11), 64 pp. A photographic artist's book published by nineteen year old Jeff Lovelace, with an introductory poem by John Matlack. (A trade edition in a different, less avant-garde format was published by Studio Press, Berkeley, in 1968; that edition, while uncommon in commerce, is easily located in OCLC, while the current offering is referenced only three times, and not in California.) 37 black and white images including the covers, photographed in and around Santa Maria, California, home of Vandenburg Air Force Base, and consisting of shots juxtaposing the base, the natural landscape, and the town, with Lovelace's prose interspersed. Very compelling production, perhaps just shy of brilliance and hindered by a youthful kitsch, but little-known and deserving of a place in the pantheon of sixties artist's books.

      [Bookseller: Harper's Books, Inc.]
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        De danskes øer. Danmarks store øer. De jyders land. 7 bind.

      Grafisk Forlag, 1965. 2. udg. Indb. rødt halvlæder med guldtopsnit. Ryggen dekoreret med vibe. (Anker Kysters Eftf.). Et par rygge med let blegning. I øvrigt et smukt og rent ex.(Porto kr. 40,- på brevforsendelser i Danmark)

      [Bookseller: Bøger & Kuriosa]
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        No Easy Walk To Freedom: A Firsthand Report of the Struggle of Apartheid

      London: William Heinemann, 1965. First British edition of Nelson Mandela's classic account of the struggle against South Africa's apartheid system. Octavo, original boards. Signed and dated by Mandela. This volume contains his famous speech at the Rivonia Trial; now regarded as among the greatest speeches ever given. His closing statement is captured for the first time in this volume that states, "During my lifetime I have dedicated myself to this struggle of the African people. I have fought against White domination and I have fought against Black domination. I have cherished the ideal of a democratic and free society in which all persons live together in harmony and with equal opportunities. It is an ideal which I hope to live for and achieve, but if need be, it is an ideal for which I am prepared to die." Near fine in a near fine dust jacket with just a touch of wear. An exceptional copy of this classic, most rare signed. There is no easy walk to freedom anywher, and many of us will have to pass through the valley of the shadow of death again and again before we reach the mountain tops of our desires" (Nelson Mandela, September 1953).

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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      New York: Putnam/Stein And Day, 1965. First edition. Hardcover. Hardcover. First edition. A near fine book in a very good dust jacket. Slight spine lean to the book. As with most copies of this book there is fading to the jacket spine. A satirical novel of inter-racial marriage. Signed by Himes on the title page.

      [Bookseller: Sawtooth Books]
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        ANDY WARHOL. 20 de julio al 14 de agosto 1965. Galería Rubbers

      Buenos Aires 1965 - Raro catálogo ilustrado en azul, rosa y negro. Texto en inglés y español por Jorge Romero Brest. Sin encuadernar, sin paginar, 8 pgs. aprox. Exposición 154, sala 1, Galería Rubbers, Florida 910, Bs. As. Auspiciado por el Servicio Cultural e Informativo de los Estados Unidos. Artista representado por Leo Castelli de New York. Illustrated in blue, pink and black. Text in english and spanish by Jorge Romero Brest. [Libro en Español / Book in Spanish] === ARTE - CATALOGOS ===

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        Sixteen Poems in Verse and Wood

      Boston: Impressions Workshop Inc./Cricket Press, 1965. Square quarto. (16)ff. One of 150 copies, signed on the colophon page by the poet, Bernard Bockes, and the illustrator, George Lockwood. Illustrated with fifteen fanciful woodcuts by Lockwood depicting insects, bats, dragons, and mythical beasts. Some are monochromatic prints, but others incorporate many different layers of colors. Lockwood, who studied under Joseph Albers at Yale, and then worked with Leonard Baskin in the late 1950s, co-founded Impressions Workshop with his wife, Margaret in 1960. Bockes drew on the illustrations for inspiration in composing his poems. The final illustration of the book is a portrait of the two men, printed in orange, black, and white. Accompanied by a record of the poet reading his poems, housed in a pocket in the back of the book. Bound in stab-sewn brown paper-covered boards with a printed label. Fne in a matching slipcase.

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers]
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        A Way of Seeing: Photographs of New York by Helen Levitt with an essay by James Agee

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

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        A Dialogue With Solitude

      New York: Comunity Press, 1965. First edition of the photographer's seminal work, one of the great photobooks of the second half of the twentieth century. Tall quarto, original gray cloth. Signed by the photographer. Light wear, else fine in a near fine dust jacket with very light wear. A Dialogue with Solitude is an assemblage of photographs into poetic sequence, entailing a mere hundred pages. Dave Heath had envisioned it in a larger format, and its meager size was not his original intent. Regardless, it was an instant hit, and collectors have sought it out for over four decades. "A Dialogue With Solitude is a period piece that resonates" (Village Voice). "A book that has achieved cult status," Heath's photobook is particularly noted for its attempt "to photograph internal emotions… [by investigating] the essential solitude of an individual through a series of sequences" (Parr & Badger II:104).

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        To Fear a Painted Devil

      London: John Long, 1965. Black cloth with gilt lettering to spine in decorated dust jacket. One half inch L shaped punch in rear board and dj expertly repaired. Ex libris but all stamps expertly removed. A shaken book but sound in beautiful dust jacket. Author's 2nd book. Relatively rare. Scans available on request.. 1st. Cloth. VG-/VG-. Octavo.

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      New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, (1965). First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine in Very Good, price-clipped dustwrapper. Fourth Printing of Reagan's first book. Illustrated with photographs. Written prior to Reagan's successful 1966 run for Governor of California, this book recounts Reagan's career in Hollywood. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the late President on the front endpaper: "To Helen ---/With Best Wishes /Ronald Reagan.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Anyone Can Whistle: A Musical Fable

      New York: Random House, 1965. First edition. Octavo, original cloth. Warmly Inscribed by both Arthur Laurents and Stephen Sondheim. Light wear, else near fine in a near fine bright jacket without the fading usually encountered with the spine. Anyone can whistle is a play written by the same author of the West Side Story, and it was performed on Broadway in 1964, Carnegie Hall concert in 1995, and the New York City Center Encores in 2010. The New York Times wrote that Laurents' "book lacks the fantasy that would make the idea work, and his staging has not improved matters. Mr. Sondheim has written several pleasing songs but not enough of them to give the musical wings. The performers yell rather than talk and run rather than walk. The dancing is the cream." And Steven Suskin wrote, the "fascinating extended musical scenes, with extended choral work, ... immediately marked Sondheim as the most distinctive theatre composer of his time. The first act sanity sequence ... and the third act chase ... are unlike anything that came before.

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        Le Musee de l'Homme suivi de La Peche au Soleil Levant

      Galerie Alexandre Iolas. PAPERBACK. illustrated wraps tipped-in plates original etching by Max Ernst signed in sand colored cloth chemise and slipcase no. 100 . Very Good. 1965.

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      Glendale: Arthur H. Clark Company, 1965-1972.. Ten volumes. Original brown cloth, gilt-stamped spines. Near fine. The first and second volumes in this series are notoriously hard to find. A standard and important reference in Western Americana. CLARK & BRUNET 108.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        A Dialogue with Solitude.

      New York: A Community Press Publication, Horizon Press, 1965 - Quarto. Original grey cloth, titles to spine in black, grey endpapers. With the dust jacket. Minor rubbing to corners, a bright copy in lightly edge nicked dust jacket, sellotape repair to recto and verso of small tear to head of front panel. Photographic illustrations throughout. First edition, first impression. Heath's best regarded work and one of the modern photobook classics. Parr & Badger.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Original Silkscreen Poster: Untitled [Portrait of Pete Seeger]

      N.p. 1965 - Original four-color screenprint, 89cm x 57cm (ca 35" x 22-1/2"), on heavy white poster stock. Signed in pencil lower right, dated 1965. Light edgewear; darkening and adhesive tape remnants to verso; image bright and clean - Very Good to Near Fine. Striking portrait of a folksinger with a twelve-string guitar. Though untitled, the image bears a strong resemblance to Newman's 2009 poster-portrait of Pete Seeger, who we strongly suspect is the subject of this piece as well. Rare image by the talented West Coast printmaker Earl Newman (b. 1930), who began designing posters for the California music scene in the late 1950s. Some of his best-known designs have been his annual posters for the Monterey Jazz Festival, which he began producing in 1963.

      [Bookseller: Lorne Bair Rare Books, ABAA]
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        Le peintre et son modele. DELUXE edition, with signed etching by Picasso.

      Le peintre et son modele. DELUXE edition, with signed etching by Picasso. Parmelin, Helene. Paris, Editions Cercle d'art. 1965 4to. Full cloth, the cover printed in colors with a drawing after Picasso. One of the 150 DELUXE copies with one original etching signed in pencil by Pisasso. Fine condition. Ref: Cramer 130, Bloch 1139.

      [Bookseller: Marninart, Inc (ABAA-ILAB)]
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        The Painted Bird

      Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1965. 2nd Edition. Signed, inscribed and dated by the author. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945--Europe, Eastern--Fiction. Poland--History--Occupation, 1939-1945--Fiction. Abandoned children--Fiction. [Positively revised from the first edition becoming, as a consequence the author's definintive edition]. Fine cloth copy in a near fine, very slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dw, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered.

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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      [Bern & Munich]: Scherz Verlag, [1965].. 343,[1]pp. Gilt cloth. About fine, in edgeworn, slightly nicked and frayed dust jacket, with two short tears at lower edge of upper panel.. First edition in German of the author's controversial first novel, translated by Herbert Roch. The dedication copy, inscribed in Kosinski's hand below the printed dedication to his first wife, Mary: "...and without whom this life would have no other aspect than that of the absurd -- with all my feelings of love and devotion. Jurek. Bern, September 1965." Kosinski's use of "Jurek," the name he adopted while in Europe for protection from possible anti-Semitic persecution due to his given name ("Józef Lewinkopf"), is curious. Kosinski and his first wife, Mary Hayward Weir, were divorced in 1966; she died shortly thereafter.

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        Plain Song

      W. W. Norton, New York 1965 - 69 pages. First edition, first printing. His first book, one of only 1500 copies printed. Signed by Harrison on the first title page. Fine book in a fine dust jacket. A beautiful copy! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Fireproof Books]
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        The modern movement : one hundred key books from England, France and America, 1880-1950 / chosen by Cyril Connolly ; bibliography of English and French editions by G.D.E. Soar

      [London] : Andre Deutsch : Hamish Hamilton,, 1965. 1st Edition. Physical description. : 148 p ; 21 cm. Notes: On cover of dust-jacket: "The modern movement: 100 key books from England, France and America, 1880-1950." Bibliography: p. 99-148 Contents: Book comprises list of novels, plays and poetry which were influential in the creation of Modernism with a short critical commentary by Cyril Connolly. Subject: Literature, Modern - 20th century - Bibliography. Literature, Modern - Bibliography - 20th century. Modernism (Literature) - Bibliography. 20th Century. Bibliography - Best books -- Literature - Bibliography. Series: A Grafton book. SIGNED, inscribed and dated by Connolly to the Sunday Times editior, Denis Hamilton. Fine cloth copy in a good if somewhat edge-nicked and dust-dulled dw, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Additional scans available upon request.

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        Dwight Eisenhower SIGNED Waging Peace Limited Edition

      Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1965. Limited. Hardcover Hardcover. Near Fine. (Signed Presidential) EISENHOWER, Dwight D. The White House Years: Waging Peace 1956-1961. Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1965. Octavo (9.5 x 6.5), Hardcover with glassine jacket, original slipcase. Signed on limitation page. #75 of 1500. Signed by Eisenhower! One of the best condition copies we've ever seen. Near Fine with Near Fine slipcase, nearly as new. Matching numbered copy of Mandate for Change also available!

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        The White House Years: Waging Peace, 1956-1961

      Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1965. Hardcover. Limited Edition. Stout octavo. 741pp. Illustrated. Beige cloth with green cloth title panel on spine. Map endpapers. Near Fine in Near Fine slipcase. One of 1434 signed and numbered copies (total edition of 1500), this copy #424. Image or additional images available upon request

      [Bookseller: Wessel & Lieberman Booksellers ABAA]
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        TORINO NEI SECOLI. Vedute e piante, feste e cerimonie nell'incisione dal Cinquecento all'Ottocento. Bibliografia - Iconografia - Repertorio degli Artisti. Con una introduzione di Luigi Firpo. Volume primo (1538-1825) - Volume secondo (1826-1865).:

      Tipografia Torinese Editrice,, Torino 1965 - (Codice LO6021) Due volumi in 4° (32x24,5 cm) XXVI-948 pp. complessive. Prima e unica edizione. Fondamentale opera di riferimento sull'iconografia torinese e la storia dell'incisione e delle litografia in Piemonte. Tiratura di 1010 esemplari numerati e firmati dall'autrice (es. n. 223). Il catalogo, frutto di anni di ricerche presso biblioteche e collezioni private, presenta 625 dettagliatissime schede bibliografiche che illustrano circa 1750 incisioni in legno, in rame e in acciaio in gran parte riprodotte, molte in grande formato, tra cui una veduta fuori testo doppiamente ripiegata. In fine: repertorio degli artisti, bibliografia, indice dei nomi luoghi e monumenti. Completa con la grande carta corografica allegata, più volte ripiegat, conservata in tasca di copertina. Legature originali in tela grigia con stemmi alle copertine e titoli ai dorsi. Ottimo esemplare nel cofanetto editoriale illustrato. Euro 590 ~ Disponibilita' immediata: spediamo nelle 24 ore in Italia. Ottime condizioni e descrizioni accurate. Upon request book description in English & pictures. Fast Worldwide shipping ~

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        ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. The story of How Many Thousands and Men and Women have Recovered from Alcoholism. [Leather Bound]. AND a 12 page typescript from Chuck__ together with his AA "Birds of a Feather" pin

      New York:: Alcoholics Anonymous World Service Inc.,, 1965. Fine. SIGNED, INSCRIBED & DATED BY "BILL" [Wilson] AND INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY "LOIS" [Wilson] Fine hardback Second Edition, Seventh Printing. No extraneous writing or any other markings. In publisher's full blue morocco leather, marbled endpapers. Gilt rules on covers, inner dentelles. Spine in six compartments with gilt lettering, rules and decorations. Top edge gilt. Believed to be one of only five copies leather bound. Inscription is on the verso of the marbled endpaper and is dated 1966 by Bill W. Top edge gilt. The inscription reads "Dear Chuck ___ / Lois Joins me / in all affection / and in confident / faith that the / years to come / will be your finest / Ever. / Bill / Slipping Stones / Jan 15 / 66". Below that is Lois Inscription in her hand: "With Heaps of Love / Lois". A most unusual and elegant Signed copy. xxx, 575 pp.

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        State Funeral of Sir Winston Churchill

      London: The Earl Marshal's Press Office Ministry of Defence 29 January 1965. 1st Edition. No Binding. Fine. SCARCE PRESS RELEASE FOR THE STATE FUNERAL OF WINSTON CHURCHILL. Churchill died on 24 January, 1965. "The funeral was six days later, the coffin having lain in state in Westminster Hall for the preceding three days. It was the first time since Gladstone in 1898 that any non-royal personage had been so treated" (Roy Jenkins). It has been said with only slight exaggeration that the whole word paid tribute to Churchill on January 30, 1965, for representatives from over 100 countries came to pay their respects, forming the largest gathering of dignitaries ever in Britain. Only the funeral of Pope John Paul II in 2005 surpassed Churchill's funeral in the number of statesmen attending. The press release, with the strict note that it was "not for publication before 0001 hours Saturday, 30th January 1965" covers in minute detail every aspect of the funeral. The included charts illustrate the order of procession, the deployment in the New Palace Yard, and the arrival at St. Paul's. [London]: The Earl Marshal's Press Office, Ministry of Defence, 29 January, 1965. 11 mimeographed 8x13 inch sheets (two page 10's) with three additional maps and diagrams on thicker stock. Stapled together in center. Custom cloth box. A remarkable survival- only very slight wear to edges and a few scattered spots.

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        The Annotated Eberstadt Catalogs of Americana, in Four Volumes Including Index. Numbers 103 to 138, 1935 - 1956 Complete in 4 Volumes

      New York, Argosy-Antiquarian, 1965. Limited edition of only 750 copies. Description: 4 v. Illus. , facsim. , maps, ports. 24 cm. Subjects: West (U. S. ) --Bibliography --Catalogs. United States --Bibliography --Catalogs. Four fine volumes in the original gilt-blocked cloth. All remain particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered. An excellent set.

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        If --Worlds of Science Fiction; December 1965, Volume 15, Number 12

      Digest Productions Corporation, New York, 1965. First Edition. Softcover. Good Condition/No Jacket as Issued. Illustrator: Gray Morrow -- Cover Art. 550 g; combined weight. December 1965, Volume 15, Number 12: -- 162 pages. Colour illustrated front cover by Gray Morrow, with orange, white and yellow titles to the front panel and yellow and blue titles to the backstrip. Black-and-white illustrations throughout the text. & & Chipping to the backstrip edges and rubbing and some creasing of the book covers. Creasing to the backstrip and either side of the backstrip and browning to the text block edges and internal text. The previous owner's name to the top edge of the first page. Small split to the lower right-hand corner of the rear panel. & & Worlds of If Science Fiction; January 1966, Volume 16 Number 1: 162 pages. Colour illustrated front cover by Gray Morrow, with orange, blue and black titles to the front panel and blue back titles to the backstrip. Black-and-white illustrations throughout the text. & & Chipping to the backstrip edges and rubbing and some creasing of the book covers. Creasing to the backstrip and either side of the backstrip and browning to the text block edges and internal text. The previous owner's name to the top edge of the first page. & & February 1966, Volume 16 Number 2: -- 162 pages. Colour illustrated front cover by John Pedersen, with white, green, orange and black titles to the front panel and green and black titles to the backstrip. Black-and-white illustrations throughout the text. & & & Chipping to the backstrip edges and rubbing and some creasing of the book covers. Creasing to the backstrip and either side of the backstrip and browning to the text block edges and internal text. The previous owner's name to the top edge of the first page. There is a full-length crease to the front panel and other creasing to the lower right-hand corner of the same panel. & & March 1966, Volume 16 Number 3: -- 162 pages. Colour illustrated front cover by Castellon, with white, orange back titles to the front panel and orange and black titles to the backstrip. Black-and-white illustrations throughout the text. & & Chipping to the backstrip edges and rubbing and some creasing of the book covers. Creasing to the backstrip and either side of the backstrip and browning to the text block edges and internal text. The previous owner's name to the top edge of the first page. & & April 1966, Volume 16 Number 4: -- 162 pages. Colour illustrated front cover by Gray Morrow, with white, blue and black titles to the front panel and orange and black titles to the backstrip. Black-and-white illustrations throughout the text. & & & Chipping to the backstrip edges and rubbing and some creasing of the book covers. Creasing to the backstrip and either side of the backstrip and browning to the text block edges and internal text. The previous owner's name to the top edge of the first page. & & The complete serialisation, and first edition, of Robert Heinlein's The moon Is a Harsh Mistress. Other authors published at the same time John Brunner, Keith Laumer and Poul Anderson among others. & & Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Illustrator: Gray Morrow -- Cover Art. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy; Ephemera ; Pulp Fiction; Inventory No: 0110037. .

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        ?Gravitational Collapse and Space-Time Singularities,? in Physical Review Letters, Vol. 14, 1965

      First edition of Roger Penrose?s 1965 proof laying ?the foundations of the modern mathematical theory of gravitational collapse? (DeWitt-Morette, Black Holes, 126).   In a discovery with profound ramifications for the Big Bang Theory and crucial in understanding of black holes and modern physics, Penrose used the equations of general relativity to show that ?when a large object [such as enormous, dying stars] collapses under its own gravity it must, according to Einstein's theory, necessarily end up containing a ?singularity? [a place of zero volume and thus of infinite density such as a black hole]? (ibid). Building on the work of Wheeler and Chandrasekhar, and others, Penrose demonstrated ?that if the universe obeys general relativity and several other constraints, when a very massive star has no nuclear fuel left to burn and collapses under the force of its own gravity, it will inevitably be crushed to a point of infinite density and infinite spacetime curvature, a singularity.  [He showed that] this will happen even if the collapse isn?t perfectly smooth and symmetrical.  No ?might? about it.  It must? (Ferguson, Fire in the Equations, 101).  Using ?the wealth of new techniques and concepts which were introduced in [Penrose?s] proof, particularly the notion of a trapped surface and the idea of treating boundary horizons as dynamic entities in their own right,? Penrose collaborated with a fellow member of his study group at Cambridge named Stephen Hawking.  In 1970 they demonstrated that Penrose singularities can occur with any type of gravitational collapse, in including that of the big bang at the beginning of time (DeWitt, 126).CONDITION & DETAILS: Volume 14, complete. 4to (10.5 x 8 inches; 263 x 200mm). Bound in red buckram that is lightly rubbed and scuffed at the edges. Tightly and very solidly bound. Bright and clean throughout. Very good condition.

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        [The Danzig Trilogy, comprising] The Tin Drum; Cat and Mouse; Dog Years

      New York: Pantheon [Harcourt, Brace & World, through 1965], 1961. First Printings. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. First Printings of the first American editions, with matching dust jackets illustrated with drawings by the author. All translated from the German by Ralph Manheim. 8vo's; 592; 190; 570pp. The Thin Drum (Pantheon, 1961): Publisher's finely woven red cloth, the upper boarded stamped with a device of the "tin" drummer, the spine lettered in black and gilt, with a matching black top stain and threaded end papers, the dust jacket priced at $6.95. Both book and jacket are virtually As New, with no discernible faults. Cat and Mouse (Harcourt, Brace & World, 1963): Publisher's finely woven black cloth, the upper boarded stamped with a device of a curled-up cat, the spine lettered in red and gilt, the dust jacket priced at $3.95. Both book and jacket are in Fine condition, barring just a shade of toning to the jacket's spine. Dog Years (Harcourt, Brace & World, 1965): Publisher's original black cloth with brown end papers, the spine lettered in gilt, the dust jacket priced at $6.95. Fine, square and tight, in a Fine jacket with no wear. The Tin Drum, the first installment in the author's Danzig Trilogy, offers a searing indictment of the role ordinary Germans played in Hitler’s National Socialist regime and of their reluctance to address issues of guilt in the postwar era. At the time of the book's publication, the dominant historical view held that National Socialist crimes had been committed by a few fanatical individuals—an idea endorsed by the Nuremberg Trials of key Nazis in 1945-1946. It was not until the Auschwitz trials of 1963-65 that the part played in the Holocaust by “ordinary” men and women was fully documented. Grass’s next two books, Cat and Mouse and Dog Years, continue his exploration of this, until then, widely unacknowledged perspective. When Grass was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1999, in large part for the Danzig Trilogy, the prize committee noted the books' remarkable portrayal of “the forgotten face of history.” Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.&

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        The Four Seasons. An Impression of Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter: a Landscape Panorama

      London: Gogmagog Press, (1965-66). Four small octavo volumes, each with (26)pp. Each volume is one of 100 copies printed on Hosho paper and signed by Morris Cox, the artist/printer. Each volume contains a colorful panorama of nature printed from heavily textured blocks, which give the offset prints an embossed effect. The changing seasons appear in a flowing image with delicate natural forms and subtle hues, evoking the harmonious elegance of East-Asian woodblock printing. Colin Franklin says that the group is "reckoned as the peak of his achievement as a printer." The unusual texture of the prints derives from the unique printing blocks used to create them. Cox mounted sheets of cardboard onto plywood and layered them with gesso, next adding materials from nature like seeds, leaves, and twigs. These natural elements were then varnished for strength. Slight slant to spines, light toning to spine label of Autumn, else a fine set in monotype-printed pictorial boards and original acetate wrappers.

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        Guy Anderson

      Seattle: Gear Works Press, 1965. First edition / First printing. Gray silkscreened oversize wrappers. Tom Robbins' first book,  a monograph on the Northwest artist Guy Anderson written when Robbins was the art critic for the Seattle Times. A lovely copy. Very fine. Signed at the end of his essay by Tom Robbins.

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

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        The Story of The Italians in America

      Doubleday and Company, Garden City 1965 - First edition. Fine in a lightly rubbed, very near fine dustwrapper with a tiny tear. Inscribed by the author to Joe Di Maggio: "Aug. 17 '65 To Joe Di Maggio With ever augmenting admiration for the home runs you hit in the great game of life, touching all the bases of fair play, sportsmanship and true brotherliness. Most Sincerely, Michael A. Musmanno." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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

      Essex, Great Britain: Storyville Publications, 1965. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine. 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.

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