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        Epigrafe

      Milano: Mondadori, 1966. Edizione illustrata di 99+21 f.c. es. numerati. broch. Ottimo (Fine). Folio. Con sei disegni di Renato Guttuso e sei disegni di Carlo Levi, espressamente eseguiti per questa edizione. 12 tavole sciolte a piena pagina (cm 50x35) Quartini sciolti in cartella. Testi stampati da Lucini, selezione e stampa delle tavole di Rovescalli. Carte Miliani

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico MArini]
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        THE PEOPLE: NO DIFFERENT FLESH.

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1966 - Octavo, boards. First edition. Sequel to PILGRIMAGE: THE BOOK OF THE PEOPLE (1962). PILGRIMAGE and THE PEOPLE are the basis for "The People," a 1972 made for TV film. See Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 3-93. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, Additions. A fine copy in fine price-clipped dust jacket. An uncommon book, especially in nice condition. (#127916) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Currey, L.W. Inc. ABAA/ILAB]
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        Unusual portrait of President Lyndon Johnson inscribed to a Rabbi

      Color Portrait Photograph of President Lyndon B. Johnson, ca. 1966-1968, 7" x 9½", in a seated half-length pose looking off camera, inscribed in black ink on the larger photographer's mat (overall size 11" x 14") "To Rabbi Lipschitz with best wishes, Lyndon B. Johnson" as President. Very slight age toning, otherwise fine.

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        Anthony Trollope.

      c. 1966 - Sheet size: 190 × 140 mm. Stamped on recto lower margin for publication in the Sunday Telegraph. Pen and ink and blue crayon on wove paper. Portrait of the author in old age, the eyes highlighted in blue. The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part of the warp and weft of English popular culture in the 1950s and 60s. Never savage, though often waspishly accurate and exuding an urbane air of amusement at the foibles of his fellows, Bentley's work was familiar to the public from a wide variety of publications. Between 1952 and 1954 he drew regular cartoons for the weekly Time and Tide, and after that for the daily News Chronicle. Between 1958 and 1962 he drew topical cartoons for the Daily Mail under the title "Watch My Line." He also drew many portraits, in black and white line, of famous people, for various papers, including over sixty for the Sunday Telegraph, which began publication in February 1961.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        The Photographer's Eye.

      Museum of Modern Art, New York 1966 - First Edition. Square quarto. Original cloth. Inscribed by Szarkowski to Robert Lewis; former head of the Yale School of Drama, author, actor, and founder of the Actor's Studio, "with warm good regards". Near fine in a very good plus price-clipped dust jacket. The black jacket almost inevitably shows wear, this is a very nice example with only light wear. From 1962 to 1991 Szarkowski was the Director of Photography at New York's Museum of Modern Art. The Photographer's Eye juxtaposes masters such as Cartier-Bresson, Evans, Steichen, Strand, and Weston with vernacular documents to analyze the fundamental challenges photographers have faced. "Whether Americans know it or not," his thinking about photography "has become our thinking about photography" (U.S. World & News, 1990). [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON.

      New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., [1966] - Octavo, cloth. First edition. The novel won the 1966 Nebula award; the earlier short story won the 1960 Hugo award. Filmed twice, the first as "Charly" in 1968 starring Cliff Robertson who won an Oscar for the title role, and again in 2000 as "Flowers for Algernon" in a made for TV film. Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II- 597. Survey of Science Fiction Literature II, pp. 802-06. A fine copy in fine dust jacket with nearly invisible 20 mm closed tear at bottom edge of front panel. A very clean, sharp copy. (#114606) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Currey, L.W. Inc. ABAA/ILAB]
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        Flowers for Algernon

      Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., New York 1966 - (1966). 8vo. 1st edition. Light bumping and scuffing to spine ends, affecting d.j. Tiny amount of soiling to edges of text block. Very faint rubbing and soiling to d.j. panels with a few tiny closed tears to top edge of front panel and nearly imperceptible wrinkling to front flap. VG/VG. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Strand Book Store, ABAA]
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        The New Zealanders Illustrated (Limited, Facsimile Edition)

      Wellington, NZ: A.H. & A.W. Reed, 1966 #118 of 750 copies. 60 colour plates with descriptive text opposite, printed on one side.Lightly scuffed half leather binding with marbled paper over boards. t.e.g. Bottom of spine with a bump that has slightly wounded the leather corner. Remains an excellent copy and rare offering that will require special shipping considerations due to size and weight. *Colophon Note* The New Zealanders Illustrated was first published in ten parts in 1846-47, by Thomas McLean, London. There were 188 subscribers for the series, but it is possible that the number printed, though unknown, was somewhat in excess of this figure. There have been no further editions until this 1966 facsimile edition by publishers Reed; reproducing faithfully, without alteration or correction, every page of an original copy. Printed by offset lithography in seven colours on paper specially made to simulate that used in the original edition, and bound in the style of the period. Printing and binding by Kyodo Printing Co., Tokyo. George French Angas (1822-1886) English explorer, naturalist and painter, and eldest son of George Fife Angas, businessman and banker, who had played a significant part in the formation and establishment of the Colony of South Australia. Arriving in Adelaide in January 1844, Angas joined Sir George Grey on several expeditions into the interior of South Australia, documenting his impressions of the newly established colony, its inhabitants, landscape, and its flora and fauna. Angas also spent seven months in New Zealand returning to South Australia in 1845. After his return to England, publication of his paintings and notes for this volume were initiated.. Facsimile Edition. Heavy Folio (22"x15") . Near Fine/No Jacket. Hard Cover.

      [Bookseller: Dale Cournoyer Books]
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        GOLDEN LEGACY: Illustrated History Magazine (Numbers 1-15 of 16.) ORIGINAL FIRST EDITIONS

      Fitzgerald Publishing Company, NY 1966 - RARE, NEARLY COMPLETE RUN OF THIS CLASSIC OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN JUVENILE LITERATURE. VOLUMES. 1-15 OF 16 ALL FIRST EDITION IN NEARLY FINE CONDITION.ONLY VOLUME 5 HAS A VERY SMALL EDGE TEAR. REISSUED IN 1976 AND 1983--THESE I BELIEVE ARE THE ORIGINALS HAVING THE SAME COPYRIGHT DATE ON THE FRONT COVER AND THE COPYRIGHT PAGE. HOWEVER, THEY DO NOT HAVE ADVERTISEMENTS ON THE REAR OF THE COMIC. ARTIST INCLUDE: Christopher, Bacchus, Feelings, Jackson, Darden, Perlin, Tallarico and Leo Carty. 32 PAGES EACH. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Longed For Books]
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        The Runaway Summer of Davie Shaw.

      Platt & Munk Publishers. New York, 1966 - Octavo. Original blue boards, titles to upper board and spine in black, yellow endpapers. With the dust jacket. An excellent copy in the price-clipped dust jacket. Illustrated by Stewart Sherwood. First Edition, First Printing. With the author's signed presentation inscription to the front free endpaper, "For Carol. If you don't like I'll kill you. Mario". The author's first book for Children. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Flowers for Algernon

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and World, 1966. 274 p. First edition, first printing. Fine hardcover in Very Good dust jacket. Dust jacket price-clipped, tear to top of front panel, repaired by former owner on verso with tape, wear along edges, spine panel a bit wrinkled and soiled, back panel has chip at bottom and rubbing. A nice copy of a rare nebula-winning novel.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        The Resurrection.

      New American Library, New York 1966 - Near fine (boards are somewhat bowed and there are touches of wear at the tips) in dj that is unfaded and with only slight touches of wear. One of 2500 copies, this copy of John Gardner's first novel is signed by him on the front free endpaper. This novel was Gardner's second regularly published book (the anthology, Forms of Fiction, which Gardner edited with Lennis Dunlap, was its only predecessor) and the first Gardner "A" item. This is a handsome copy and seldom seen in this condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Clayton Fine Books]
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        Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal

      New American Library, New York 1966 - First Edition, First Printing. This limited edition is SIGNED by Ayn Rand without the limitation page. The book is in nice condition with some rubbing to the spine. The binding is tight with minor wear to the edges. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A lovely copy with the publisher's slipcase authentically SIGNED by Ayn Rand. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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        The Resurrection

      New American Library 1966 - FIRST EDITION of John Gardner's The Resurrection. Signed by the author on a bookplate, laid-in. Published in New York by New American Library, 1966. First Edition as First Printing stated on copyright page. First Edition of author¿s first novel. Flap price reads $4.95. 8 vo. One of an impressive string of first novels published by NAL during David Segal's brief editorial tenure (1966-68). Has mark H0077 on back board and back cover. Book in near fine condition except for chipping and rubbing on spine tips and slight bumping and fading on bottom corners and edge of book. DJ in near fine condition with tape mark on inside of front jacket, slight tear on front cover and minor glue residue on flap edges. Book comes in specially made cloth slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bookbid]
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        Every Building on the Sunset Strip

      Los Angeles: Ed Ruscha, 1966. White wraps with accordion fold contents (a single page) in silver slipcase. First edition, second issue. (No two-inch rear flap at end of page block.) Signed by Ruscha on the bottom edge of the slipcase in black ink. Near Fine in Very Good slipcase. Book itslef has a creased spine, very small stain on back cover, else fine. Slipcase inner fold of silver beginning to get loose,typical split at top edge, a bit of rubbing to shiny silver coating. A nice copy. As the Getty Center states, with this work the photographer "reinvented the artist's book." A mile and a half of Los Angeles' iconic Sunset Strip, documented in black and white as a single long shot.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Optical filtering of electron micrographs + Reconstruction of three dimensional structures from electron micrographs

      1966-1968. <p>Three-Dimensional Digital Image Processing </p><p>Rosier, D. J. de and Klug, Aaron (1926- ). (1) Optical filtering of electron micrographs: Reconstruction of one-sided images. Offprint from Nature 212 (1966). 8, [1]pp. 212 x 141 mm. Without wrappers as issued. (2) Reconstruction of three dimensional structures from electron micrographs. Offprint from Nature 217 (1968). 4, [1]pp. 277 x 205 mm. Without wrappers as issued. Together 2 offprints. Light toning, otherwise fine. </p><p>First Separate Editions. Klug and de Rosier invented methods for two-dimensional and three-dimensional digital image processing of electron microscope images. The latter method provided the theory behind the development of computed tomography (CT) by Hounsfield in the early 1970s. Hounsfield&#39;s invention of CT in the early 1970s benefited from several discussions with Klug about digital imaging (personal communication from Klug to J. Norman). Hounsfield received a share of the 1979 Nobel Prize in physiology/medicine for his invention of CT, which provided the first means for visualizing, in three dimensions, virtually all types of tissue within the body (see G-M 2700.4 and Grolier Medical Hundred 100). Klug received the Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1982 "for his development of crystallographic electron microscopy and his structural elucidation of biologically important nucleic acid-protein complexes." A press release written at the time refers to Klug&#39;s two- and three-dimensional imaging methods as an important part of his work: Electron microscopy has long been used to obtain a two-dimensional picture of biological objects. The power of the method to give a clear picture of the structure is, however, limited by several factors. The molecules of life consist mainly of light atoms, which makes the picture lacking in contrast. Increased contrast can be achieved with long exposure times, but this entails the danger that the structure is destroyed by radiation damage. Instead the contrast is generally improved by "staining" with heavy metals, which can also lead to a distortion of the structure. Klug has shown that pictures of biological objects seemingly lacking in contrast often contain a large amount of structural information, which can be made available by a mathematical manipulation of the original picture. His method allows electron microscope pictures of high quality to be obtained with very low radiation doses and without the use of heavy metal stains. In this way changes in the sample are minimized, so that the electron microscope picture at high resolution is a true representation of the original biological structure. The method gives a two-dimensional projection of the sample only, but Klug has shown that a three-dimensional reconstruction of the object can be obtained by collecting pictures in several different directions of projection (Nobel e-museum). 38691 </p>

      [Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's Historyofscience.com]
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        THE WITCHES OF KARRES

      Philadelphia and New York: Chilton Books,. [1966]. Octavo,. cloth.. A fine copy in nearly fine dust jacket with touch of rubbing to spine. ends and corners, very tiny tear at upper edge of front panel, tiny. nick at bottom edge of front panel, tiny chip from lower right corner. of rear panel, small tear and crease at upper edge of rear panel, and. some dust soiling to rear panel. (#126584). First edition. A 1967 Hugo nominee for best novel. Anatomy of Wonder (1987) 3-329.

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        The Correspondence of Samuel Richardson, author of Pamela, Clarissa, and Sir Charles Grandison.

      AMS, N.Y. 1966 - Repint originally published 1804. A good, clean set. Payment: ABE or Paypal on request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Entaku Bookshop]
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        Aspen: The Magazine in a Box, Vol. 1, No. 2

      (New York: Aspen. 1966). First. Issue 2, "The White Box." Designed by Frank Kirk, with Tony Angotti. Contains the following items:1. "Farewell to a Canyon" by an unnamed author, 14 loose pages in card folder.2. "Ski Racing / Edging the Possible" by Martin Luray, single page accordion-folded into card folder.3. "Scriabin Again and Again..." by Faubion Bowers, small booklet.4. "The Adaptable House" by Peggy Clifford, large poster folded into small card folder.5. "The Young Out&#39;s VS the Establishment," small booklet with short essays by Lionel Trilling, Stanley Hirsin, Abby Mann, Norman Corwin, Robert Blumofe, Arthur Knight, John Burchard, David T. Bazelon, Robert Osborn, Albert and David Maysles, Jean Renoir, Carroll Baker, Eva Marie Saint, Dr. Karl Menninger, Jack Garfein, and Richard Dyer MacCann.6. Music by Alexander Scriabin played by Daniel Kunin, original 33 1/3 acetate flexi-disc recording.Some wear and soiling to the white box, otherwise all items in fine condition. Aspen was a multimedia "magazine" about the arts published by Phyllis Johnson, a former editor for Women&#39;s Wear Daily and Advertising Age, from 1965 to 1971. Each issue was a custom-made box containing separate booklets, pamphlets, records, posters, and in one issue, a Super-8 movie reel -- each item representing what would have been an article in a traditional printed magazine. Each issue had its own editor and designer, which provided unprecedented artistic originality. However, not surprisingly, its avant-garde format made it impractical, if not downright impossible, for the magazine to support itself. Advertising was supposed to help pay for the costs of production, but the ads, which were contained in a folder at the bottom of the box, were easily ignored. Furthermore, it proved difficult to adhere to the publication schedule of four issues a year. In the end, only ten issues were published. A much repeated assessment is: "Perhaps Aspen was a folly, but it was a vastly pleasurable one, with a significant place in art history. The list of contributors included some of the most interesting artists of the 20th Century. And as an exemplar of creative publishing, Aspen was a wonder. Its contents, however, are all but lost: few copies of Aspen have survived." .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Sweet Life

      New York: Harry N. Abrams. (1966). First. First edition. Oblong folio. Fine in fine dustwrapper. A beautiful copy of a splendid book, with deep, rich gravure images. Parr and Badger, The Photobook Volume 1, p. 254-255. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        3 Plakate: ''The Enemy would have been warned''; ''As I opened fire, I knew why Tex hadn't buzzed me if he had''; ''That my ship was below them''

      Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam . 1966 - Farboffsetlithographien auf Karton, je 64 x 53 cm.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Buchholz OHG (Antiquariat)]
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        Aspen: The Magazine in a Box, Vol. 1, No. 2

      Aspen, (New York 1966 - Issue 2, "The White Box." Designed by Frank Kirk, with Tony Angotti. Contains the following items:1. "Farewell to a Canyon" by an unnamed author, 14 loose pages in card folder.2. "Ski Racing / Edging the Possible" by Martin Luray, single page accordion-folded into card folder.3. "Scriabin Again and Again." by Faubion Bowers, small booklet.4. "The Adaptable House" by Peggy Clifford, large poster folded into small card folder.5. "The Young Out's VS the Establishment," small booklet with short essays by Lionel Trilling, Stanley Hirsin, Abby Mann, Norman Corwin, Robert Blumofe, Arthur Knight, John Burchard, David T. Bazelon, Robert Osborn, Albert and David Maysles, Jean Renoir, Carroll Baker, Eva Marie Saint, Dr. Karl Menninger, Jack Garfein, and Richard Dyer MacCann.6. Music by Alexander Scriabin played by Daniel Kunin, original 33 1/3 acetate flexi-disc recording.Some wear and soiling to the white box, otherwise all items in fine condition. *Aspen* was a multimedia "magazine" about the arts published by Phyllis Johnson, a former editor for *Women's Wear Daily* and *Advertising Age*, from 1965 to 1971. Each issue was a custom-made box containing separate booklets, pamphlets, records, posters, and in one issue, a Super-8 movie reel -- each item representing what would have been an article in a traditional printed magazine. Each issue had its own editor and designer, which provided unprecedented artistic originality. However, not surprisingly, its avant-garde format made it impractical, if not downright impossible, for the magazine to support itself. Advertising was supposed to help pay for the costs of production, but the ads, which were contained in a folder at the bottom of the box, were easily ignored. Furthermore, it proved difficult to adhere to the publication schedule of four issues a year. In the end, only ten issues were published. A much repeated assessment is: "Perhaps Aspen was a folly, but it was a vastly pleasurable one, with a significant place in art history. The list of contributors included some of the most interesting artists of the 20th Century. And as an exemplar of creative publishing, Aspen was a wonder. Its contents, however, are all but lost: few copies of Aspen have survived." [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Aspen / the magazine in a box / vol. I, NO. 2

      Aspen Magazine, New York 1966 - Text: Luray Martin, Bowers Faubion. cm 25x32,5; cardboard box designed by Frank Kirk, with Tony Angotti. Contains the following items:1. "Farewell to a Canyon" by an unnamed author, 14 loose pages in card folder.2. "Ski Racing / Edging the Possible" by Martin Luray, single page accordion-folded into card folder.3. "Scriabin Again and Again." by Faubion Bowers, small booklet.4. "The Adaptable House" by Peggy Clifford, large poster folded into small card folder.5. "The Young Out's VS the Establishment," small booklet with short essays by Lionel Trilling, Stanley Hirsin, Abby Mann, Norman Corwin, Robert Blumofe, Arthur Knight, John Burchard, David T. Bazelon, Robert Osborn, Albert and David Maysles, Jean Renoir, Carroll Baker, Eva Marie Saint, Dr. Karl Menninger, Jack Garfein, and Richard Dyer MacCann.6. original 33 1/3 acetate flexi-disc recording: Music by Alexander Scriabin played by Daniel Kunin. Light damages to the box, inside near fine condition.

      [Bookseller: A&M Bookstore / artecontemporanea]
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        [Typescript Review of]: Hell&#39;s Angels by Hunter S. Thompson

      [circa 1966]. Typescript review of Hunter S. Thompson&#39;s first book, here mis-titled The Hell&#39;s Angels, by Beat novelist and critic Herbert Gold. Five letter size leaves, typed rectos only with Gold&#39;s address and ink and pencil corrections throughout. Folded from mailing with wear to the extremities and toning to the bottom halves of all pages, else very good. The review is positive, reportedly as were most at the time. Gold describes the book as "a comic nightmare, woven of several strands: accurate documentation of &#39;runs&#39; and parties, ecstatic meditation on cycles and machinery, and a fitful litany for the injured souls of America." He specifically comments on the immersive nature of Thompson&#39;s reporting, noting that the work "has this quality of total immersion... touching at the various meaning of his adventure, singing goofy and horrifying rhapsodies of involvement." An interesting contemporary look at the book that brought Thompson a national audience. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        POONTANG AND OTHER POEMS.

      [Crescent City: New Athenaeum Press, 1966]. - First edition. As new, in printed gray wrappers. Willeford's scarcest book. Further this book was issued in two color states of the cover, green and gray. No preference has been established. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS, ABAA, ILAB]
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        The New Zealanders Illustrated (Limited, Facsimile Edition)

      A.H. & A.W. Reed, Wellington, NZ 1966 - #118 of 750 copies. 60 colour plates with descriptive text opposite, printed on one side.Lightly scuffed half leather binding with marbled paper over boards. t.e.g. Bottom of spine with a bump that has slightly wounded the leather corner. Remains an excellent copy and rare offering that will require special shipping considerations due to size and weight. *Colophon Note* The New Zealanders Illustrated was first published in ten parts in 1846-47, by Thomas McLean, London. There were 188 subscribers for the series, but it is possible that the number printed, though unknown, was somewhat in excess of this figure. There have been no further editions until this 1966 facsimile edition by publishers Reed; reproducing faithfully, without alteration or correction, every page of an original copy. Printed by offset lithography in seven colours on paper specially made to simulate that used in the original edition, and bound in the style of the period. Printing and binding by Kyodo Printing Co., Tokyo. George French Angas (1822-1886) English explorer, naturalist and painter, and eldest son of George Fife Angas, businessman and banker, who had played a significant part in the formation and establishment of the Colony of South Australia. Arriving in Adelaide in January 1844, Angas joined Sir George Grey on several expeditions into the interior of South Australia, documenting his impressions of the newly established colony, its inhabitants, landscape, and its flora and fauna. Angas also spent seven months in New Zealand returning to South Australia in 1845. After his return to England, publication of his paintings and notes for this volume were initiated. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dale Cournoyer Books]
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        Sandburg: Photographers View Carl Sandburg (Review Copy)

      Harcourt Brace & World, New York 1966 - INSCRIBED BY EDWARD STEICHEN on the title page. A very sharp copy to boot of the 1966 stated 1st edition. Solid and VG+ in a bright, price-intact, Near Fine dustjacket. Quarto, 113 pgs. A Review Copy as well, with pubisher's original Review Slip laid-in. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: APPLEDORE BOOKS, ABAA]
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        Mirror of Venus

      New York: Ridge Press / Random House, (1966). Fine in a fine jacket (as new), and wrapped in the original brown paper with the title printed on the top edge. A fetishist&#39;s copy.. First Edition. Quarto. Like Sam Haskins, Paine&#39;s midsixties erotic study is as much a statement on the models as it is of the era itself. One of the highlights of the genre, presented sequentially in a cinematic style. Unlike many photobooks, Mirror of Venus was a commercial success at the time of publication and had multiple printings. With text by Françoise Sagan and Federico Fellini.

      [Bookseller: Harper's Books, Inc. ]
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        HOY CUMPLO VEINTE AÑOS

      Edicion " Los Caniches", Buenos Aires 1966 - aguafuertes de Aida Carballo .- 16pp .- Edición limitada a 40 ejemplares , este lleva el nº 37 firmado por la artista y por el impresor Pedro Anzilotti .- Muy buen estado .- *** .- Illustrated with etchings by Aída Carballo .- Limited edition to 40 copies ( this is copy number 37 ) .- Copy signed by the Artist and the Printer .- very fine .- Size: In 4to ( 29 , 5 x 40 Cm )

      [Bookseller: MAGNASCO]
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        A Jest of God

      McClelland and Stewart, Toronto - 1966, 1st Edition 1st Issue. () Near fine in very good dust jacket. 202pp. Small octavo.Original maroon cloth. Gilt lettering and decoration on spine. Textblock clean and tight. Minor stain on front endpaper. Illustrated dust jacket has chips to extremities, quarter inch open tear at top of spine and minor creasing. Jacket not price clipped. Governor General's Award winner. This copy is signed to a CBC member by Margaret Laurence on titlepage. 1st issue is one centimeter higher than the 2nd issue and is sewn not perfect bound. Signed and inscribed by Margaret Laurence. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aquila Books(Cameron Treleaven) ABAC]
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        Collage original

      1966 - Livre d'occasion Une feuille 33,5 x 50 cm pliée en deux, collage sur la troisième page. Résistant, Grand maître du Grand Orient de France à trois reprises de 1945 à 1948, 1949 à 1952 et 1953 à 1956, écrivain, Francis Viaud et sa femme Monique furent des intimes de Jacques et Janine Prévert qu'ils fréquentèrent à Paris et Antibes. Condition : Beau collage original signé de Jacques Prévert adressé à Monique et Francis [Viaud], représentant des acrobates en exercice sur une pomme au quart mangée dans un paysage de montagne. Rare. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Faustroll]
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