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        Message from the Interior.

      New York, Eakins Press, 1966 - Quarto. Original grey mottled cloth, titles to white paper label to front board in black, titles to spine in white. Corners lightly rubbed, slight discolouration to edges. A clean, bright copy. Twelve works of photography reproduced in sheet-fed gravure. First edition, first printing. Signed by Walker Evans on the front free endpaper. Together with a 18 x 24 cm black and white photograph of Walker Evans taken at the launch party for "Messages from the Interior". The Eakins Press first publication. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Many are Called (First Edition)

      Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1966. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine. This is a first edition, first printing of the classic photobook \"Many Are Called\" published by The Riverside Press, Cambridge, in 1966. This important Walker Evans monograph contains his quiet, understated, yet powerful subway photographs. These portraits of unknowing riders capture the particular experience of riding the New York subway during the 1930s and 40s, yet also speak profoundly to experience of the self in the modern city. As Parr and Badger write in \"The Photobook: A History\", In Many Are Called, Evans \"investigated the very process of photographing, by making spontaneous, improvised images for which he relinquished as much control as he could to the camera itself. Evans\' shows the way his subjects \"simply withdraw into themselves during the interlude of travel between work and home. [They] may be lost souls, but they are also lost in thought.\" In the eloquent preface, written in 1940, James Agee writes of his close friend\'s work, \"Each [rider] wears the garments which of themselves are exquisitely subtle uniforms and badges of their being.\" In addition to including Agee\'s essay here, Evans dedicated the book to the writer, who died in 1955. Containing 89 fascinating black and white photographs and measuring approximately 9 x 7 inches, the book is bound in black cloth boards and has a printed dust jacket that is protected by a mylar cover. The errata slip is tipped in. The book is in FINE condition and the dust jacket is in Near Fine+ condition with some slight rubs to the tips and a small closed tear at the top of the back of the jacket. Cited in all three reference books on photobooks: The Book of 101 Books: Seminal Photographic Books of the Twentieth Century by Andrew Roth, The Photobook: A History by Parr and Badger, and The Open Book by Andrew Roth.

      [Bookseller: Franklin Books]
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        MESSAGE FROM THE INTERIOR. With an afterword by John Szarkowski.

      Eakins Press, NY 1966 - Square folio, 12 gravure plates with tissue guards. Grey cloth, titled in white ink on the spine with a printed paper label on front cover. A, as new fine copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Andrew Cahan: Bookseller, Ltd., ABAA]
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        Many are Called. With an Introduction by James Agee.

      New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1966 - Small quarto. Original black boards, titles to upper board and spine printed in white. Book fine in edge rubbed and creased dust jacket 89 photographic illustrations. First edition, first printing. Parr & Badger I, 253; Roth, p. 180. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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      Houghton Mifflin Company 1966 - First Edition, early issue re-bound in fine leather with gold trim. An attractive copy of this exquisitely hand crafted book. The binding is tight and the boards are crisp with slight wear to the panels. The pages are clean with new decorative endpapers. There is no writing, or bookplates in the book. Overall, a unique and spectacular copy of this re-bound edition. Trades and offers welcomed. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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        Collection of Typescript Letters, with Associated Documentation.

      1966, 1966 - (Victoria Cross -- Naval Service, William Hall, A.B.). Collection of Typescript Letters, with Associated Documentation. Oversize three-ring binder containing a substantial portion of the three -year correspondence of Rear Admiral H. L. Pullen relating to his efforts to restore to prominence the nameof William Hall, V.C. (1829-1904), a Canadian hero of the Relief of Lucknow, and to secure the repatriation from England of Hall's Victoria Cross medal group to the Province of Nova Scotia. The content of the binder comprises 27 carbon copies of letters addressed by Pullen; 28 original letters addressed to Pullen; transcriptions, photostats and xeroxes of articles on Hallspanning 1901 to 1968; Pullen's handwritten and typed notes on Hall's naval service, along with the handwritten and xeroxed copies of the British Public Records Office documents on the basis of which Pullen was able to piecetogether Hall's British naval service; and a miscellany of other written and printed materials including two letters neither addressed by nor to RearAdmiral Pullen but which have their place in the chronology. William Hall,V.C. was the first British serviceman of African descent to be awarded theVictoria Cross, also being the third Canadian to have merited this award.Hall was, for the greater part of the century following his death, little known outside the African-Canadian community of Nova Scotia, members of a few Royal Canadian Legion branches in the province, and among historically-minded individuals living close by in Hantsport and Hortonville, NS where Hall's memory was still kept alive. Beginning around January, 1966 Rear Admiral Pullen undertook to determine the whereabouts of Hall's Campaign Medals.Later, following the discovery of the medals in the Wardroom Officer's Mess, Royal Naval Barracks, Portsmouth, England, Pullen negotiated for the loanof Hall's medals to the Atlantic Provinces Pavilion at the International Exposition at Montreal to be held in 1967. Having secured the loan of the medals, Pullen then simultaneously directed his efforts toward negotiating the permanent return of Hall's medals to the Province of Nova Scotia and thedocumenting of Hall's British naval service. Pullen's research began with the obtaining of transcripts of the earliest provincial newspaper records ofHall, dating from 1901 and 1904, and supplied him by Dr. W. P. Oliver, a prominent educator in the Nova Scotia African community. From this beginningon those particularly instrumental in assisting Pullen in achieving his several goals include Lieutenant-Colonel Thornton, Ministry of Defense, Stanmore, Middlesex, England, Registrar of Holders of the Victoria Cross; Commander R. E. de M. Leathes, Office of the Commodore, Royal Naval Barracks, Portsmouth, England; Spink and Son, Ltd, London; E. K. Timings, Public RecordsOffice, London; one Margaret Franklin of London (professional researcher?)who supplied Pullen the handwritten transcripts relating to Hall's naval service from nine Public Records Office Admiralty documents examined by her;Commander W. B. Rowbotham, author of The Naval Brigades in the Indian Mutiny; and the Honourable Robert L. Stanfield, who as Premier of Nova Scotia enabled Pullen to negotiate for the purchase Hall's medals. The concise account which follows is from a paper read before the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society in 1996, "Before his burial in 1904, Hall's medals were removedfrom his suit. In 1925 they turned up in the Wardroom, Royal Naval Barracks, Portsmouth, England. The medals were lent for display in the Atlantic Provinces Pavilion at "Expo '67" in Montreal. The government of Nova Scotia showed an interest in purchasing Hall's Victoria Cross. After learning thatJohn Sullivan's Victoria Cross, who had also served in the Royal navy, wasavailable for purchase, the Nova Scotia Government obtained this medal. InDecember 1967, it presented the Victoria Cross of John Sullivan to the wardroom of the Royal Naval Barracks, in exchang

      [Bookseller: John W. Doull, Bookseller (A.B.A.C.)]
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        In Cold Blood

      Random House, New York 1966 - 343 pages. First edition, first printing. Dust jacket design by S. Neil Fujita. Signed by Capote on a special tipped in sheet. First circle edition with book mark laid in. 1/66 on front endpaper. Pulitzer Prize winner for non-fiction. Fine book in a fine dust jacket. A beautiful copy! [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Fireproof Books]
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        The Sound of Thunder

      Heinemann 1966 - The book has no defect and could be classified as mint. The wrapper has no tears or chips and is fresh with the original price of 30/- .The only unkown is any possible fade to the leaves on the spine .I have never been able to find a copy that shows any greenery . [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dick Neal Fine Books]
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        Ubu Roi. Lithographies originales de Joan Miró.

      Tériade éditeur, Paris 1966 - In-folio (422 x 322 mm). (ENGLISH DESCRIPTION AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST). 13 lithographies originales à double page en couleur de Joan Miró. En feuilles, couverture originale imprimée, chemise et étui (étui insolé). Tirage limité à 205 exemplaires numérotés dont XXV hors commerce, tous sur vélin d'Arches à la forme et signés au justificatif par Miró au crayon. Celui-ci le n° 156 des 180 en chiffres arabes. BEL EXEMPLAIRE TEL QUE PARU. Malet-Cramer 107. Photos disponibles sur demande. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Louis Caron]
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        High and Low.

      London, John Murray, 1966 - Octavo. Original light grey cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. A fine copy. First Edition, First Impression. Limited to 100 copies signed by John Betjeman. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        International Times: Issues 1, 2 & 3

      no publisher, [London 1966 - Newspaper. Three issues of the weekly English counterculture newspaper, each issue is folded once as issued. Folios. 12pp., 16pp., and 12pp. Near fine in illustrated wrappers with very light tanning, scattered tears at the extremities, and a couple of spots. An important and influential alternative press publication launched in London in the fall of 1966 by co-founders John Hopkins, a noted photographer and activist of the time, and Barry Miles, owner of the influential Indica Bookshop and Gallery, and the man who introduced Paul McCartney to some very special brownies. The bi-weekly publication focused on politics, art, music, movies, and culture. Issue One includes a poem by Adrian Mitchell, a photo by John Hopkins, a comic by Jeff Nuttall and, most notably, an article about a new exhibition at the Indica Gallery by artist Yoko Ono, one that John Lennon would attend and, well, you know the rest. Issue Two includes an article about Ezra Pound, an underground film festival supplement, and coverage of the *International Times* launch party which apparently was a hell of a bash: an appearance by Paul McCartney, a performance by Pink Floyd, the viewing of William Burroughs's film *Towers Open Fire*, and a car in the middle of it all painted in psychedelic colors (apparently the party spoofed in *Austin Powers* was real and this was it). Issue Three includes a piece written by Burroughs, "The Invisible Generation," along with articles on Bertrand Russell, composer Morton Feldman, and on rubber fetishists by noted film critic Raymond Durgnat, entitled "Rubber with Violence." These newspapers are an interesting window into the life of Swinging Sixties London. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Original Artwork Entitled "The Tora, Offshore Huntington Bay, NY"

      1966. Original, palatte knife in oil on canvas, framed by the artist. 16" x 20". According to the artist, it shows the boat, "The Tora" beached on Huntington Bay, NY. It is signed, "R.J.E." and dated, 1966 by the artist. From his private collection. Richard J. Ericson (1922-2010.) was a fine artist who lived, worked, and taught art in Long Island, NY, where he is well known, particularly on the North shore. He had his art displayed in gallerys from Mexico City, where he resided 1949-1953, to the Art Center in Cold Spring Harbor, NY. And yes, the artist was my father, if you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask.. Fine. Illus. by Ericson, Richard J..

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        Romances sans paroles - Chansons pour elle - Odes en son honneur

      Vialetay, Paris 1966 - 163 pp., In-folio, en feuilles, sous couverture rempliée, chemise et étui de l'éditeur. Exemplaire n° III / 286, un des 35 de collaborateur, celui-ci imprimé spécialement pour M. Georges Gérard, signé par l'éditeur, sur Japon nacré comportant 2 suites supplémentaires sur vélin, 1 en couleurs et 1 en noir. L'ouvrage comporte 14 cuivres pleine page en noir de Mariette LYDIS et les suites contiennent 2 cuivres supplémentaires. Le texte, composé en Imprint corps 18, a été imprimé sur les presses de l'imprimerie Daragnès. Les cuivres ont été tirés à la presse à bras dans l'atelier de Manuel Robbe. Les coloris au pastel des suites ont été reproduits à la main sous la direction de l'artiste. La maquette du livre a été établie par Henri Jonquières. Splendide ouvrage à l'état de neuf. In-folio [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ad hoc Art]
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      NY: RANDOM HOUSE, (1966) - A pristine, unread copy of this classic. Flawless in magnificent dust jacket. Signed bookplate laid in. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mystery Pier Books, Inc.,ABAA, ILAB, ABA]
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        Camera and Lens; The Negative; The Print; Natural-Light Photography; Artificial Light Photography. 4 of 5 Volumes Signed.

      Morgan & Morgan, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 1966 - Hastings-on-Hudson, New York: Morgan & Morgan, various dates. All five titles in Ansel Adams' Basic Photo Series, four of them signed by Adams. Basic Photo One: Camera and Lens. First Revised Edition, 1970. Signed on the title page. Small quarto. Near fine in better than very good jacket. Basic Photo Two: The Negative. New Revised Edition, 1966. Signed on the title page. Octavo. Previous owner's writing on endpapers, else near fine book in very good jacket. Basic Photo Three: The Print. New Edition, 1968. Signed on the title page. Octavo. Near fine book in better than very good jacket. Basic Photo Four: Natural-Light Photography. Sixth printing of the first edition, 1969. [not signed]. Octavo. Near fine book in better than very good jacket. Basic Photo Five: Artificial-Light Photography. Fourth printing of the first edition, 1968. Octavo. Signed on the title page. Near fine book in about very good jacket with soil, rubbing and some rippling. All five books have the small acorn stamp of Best's Studio, Yosemite Valley, on the rear pastedown, for the collector of old bookseller's stamps. Adams still seminal and much-sought series for the aspiring photographer, complete, in nice shape aand with four Ansel Adams signatures. Not much else need be said. L4 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Singularity Rare & Fine]
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        Fatras avec cinquante-sept images composées par l'auteur

      Paris, Gallimard, Coll. "Le Point du Jour" 1966 - Livre épuisé 19 x 14 cm, broché, couverture noire illustrée imprimée en vert, 285 pp. 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 : Edition originale illustrée de reproductions en noir de nombreux collages de Jacques Prévert. Exemplaire enrichi d'un collage original recouvrant la page de titre (Almanach national titré "Fatras" au dos et avec les noms des dédicataires à l'encre noire sur le premier plat), daté mars 1966 et d'un petit dessin à l'encre et pastels signé rehaussant l'illustration de la page suivante. 582g. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Faustroll]
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        Tutte le Commedie di Carlo Goldoni

      Dai Torchi del Majno 1966 - Collezione completa delle Commedie 44 volumi in 16° (comprensivi dei 3 volumi "dono delle memorie") Legatura in brossura rosa editoriale a stampa, alcuni dorsi restaurati per piccole mancanze, buon esemplare in barbe, alcuni volumi parzialmente intonsi. Volume 1 Il teatro comico - La Bottega del Caffè - L'avventuriere onorato Volume 2 La locandiera - Pamela fanciulla - Pamela maritata Volume 3 La vedova scaltra - La famiglia dell'Antiquario - Il vero amico Volume 4 L'avvocato veneziano - Il padre di famiglia - il cavaliere e la dama Volume 5 Il bugiardo - Gli amori di Zelida e Lindoro - La gelosia di Lindoro Volume 6 Le inquietitudini di Zelida - Il ventaglio - L'Osteria della Posta Volume 7 Le smanie per la villeggiatura - Le avventure della villeggiatura - Il ritorna dalla villeggiatura Volume 8 La cameriera brillante - L'avaro fastoso - La serva amorosa Volume 9 La moglie saggia - Il feudatario - La finta ammalata Volume 10 Le boorru Bienfaisant - Il burbero benefico - Gl'innamorati Volume 11 La guerra - Il tutore - l'adulatore Volume 12 Le femmine puntigliose - il cavaliere di buon gusto - Il servitore di due padroni Volume 13 L'amore paterno - Il prodigo - La scozzese Volume 14 La donna volubile - La donna di maneggio - La figlia ubbidiente Volume 15 Il matrimonio per concorso - La burla retrocessa - l'avaro - Il frappatore Volume 16 Il raggiratore - I mercanti - La donna stravagante Volume 17 La donna di garbo Le donne curiose - L'apatista ossia l'indifferente Volume 18 Il poeta fanatico - Il vecchio bizzarro - La donna sola Volume 19 Un curioso accidente - La buona famiglia - La donna forte Volume 20 La villeggiatura - La donna di testa debole - Il cavaliere di spirito Volume 21 Una delle ultime sere di carnevale - I rusteghi Le massere Volume 22 Chi la fa l'aspetta - Le morbinose - I morbinosi Volume 23 Sior Todero Brontolon - Le baruffe chiozzotte - Le donne di casa soa Volume 24 I due gemelli - i pettegolezzi delle donne - La madre amorosa Volume 25 La donna vendicativa - L'erede fortunata - La donna di governo Volume 26 L'amante militare - I malcontenti - La sposa Persiana Volume 27 L'impostore - La Banca rotta - Ircana in Julfa Volume 28 La castalda - Il vecchio avaro - Ircana in Ispaan Volume 29 Il contrattempo - L'uomo di Mondo - La peruviana Volume 30 L'impresario delle Smirne, L'uomo prudente - La dalmatina Volume 31 La dama prudente - Il giocatore - La popilla Volume 32 Il buon compatriotto - I puntigli domestici - Il ricco insidiato Volume 33 L'incognita - Le donne di buon umore - La vedova spiritosa Volume 34 Gli amanti timidi - Le donne gelose - Il medico Olandese Volume 35 La putta onorata - La buona moglie - Il festino Volume 36 La casa nova - La buona madre - La bella selvaggia Volume 37 La Griselda - Il filosofo inglese - Il campiello Volume 38 La donna bizzarra - L'amante di se medesimo - La suola di ballo Volume 39 Il padre per amore - La sposa sagace - Don Giovanni Tenorio Volume 40 Il cavalier giocondo - Lo spirito di contraddizione - Rinaldo di Mont'Albano Volume 41 Il Terenzio - Il Torquato Tasso - Il Moliere - La Metempsicosi Volume 1 Memorie Volume 2 Memorie Volume 3 Memorie. Lingua: italiana| [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Imprimatur]
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        The Fixer

      New York: FSG, 1966. First edition. Hardcover. Hardcover. First edition. A fine book in a very good dust jacket. Crease to the front jacket flap. Winner of both the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize. The story of injustice and discrimination in Tsarist Russia in a period of anti-Semitism. A film version of the book starred Alan Bates and and Dirk Bogarde. Signed by the author on the title page.

      [Bookseller: Sawtooth Books]
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        More Papers Hand Made by John Mason

      Maggs, London, England 1966 - Twelve by Eight Mill (handmade paper). Blair Hughes Stanton, Stanbrook Abbey, Will Carter, Bernard Roberts et al. (presses). Maggs, 50 Berkeley Square, London (publisher). Quarto, gilt-stamped faux-vellum boards, publisher¿s clear mylar protective jacket and protective board chemise. Signed and dated 1966, numbered 142. Beautiful limited edition artist¿s book containing 35 examples of the art of handmade paper from John Mason's Twelve By Eight Mill in Leicester, U.K., each with printed fine art illustrations or special typefaces, combined with poetry or verse. The book is signed by John Mason, and numbered 142, of an edition of no more than 200. This particular copy was issued with five additional items, as described below. Mason was active in the 1960s, right before a major revival of hand papermaking in Western art in the Seventies and Eighties. Mason¿s colophon for another book comments that there were a handful of hand papermaking studios in England at the time. The practice of this craft is now widespread, with established organizations such as the International Association of Hand Papermakers and Paper Artists. Mason notes on an introductory page that "at the end of this copy I have added five extra interesting items." These are: * Introductory leaves of his first sample book, published by Maggs in 1959; Menu upon his 1958 election as a member of the Double Crown Club; Twelve by Eight Press contribution to Typophile Memorial Keepsake to Paul A. Bennett; Original sketch of trees, pen and ink by Rigby Graham; Specimen page from booklet on papermaking produced at Leicester College of Art by Douglas Martin. Condition: Generally very good with only minor wear. Corners of covers slightly incurved. Protective chemise slightly soiled. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: George Glazer Gallery]
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        WAR [Original Signature to lithograph]

      [No Place Stated], [No Date Stated]. No binding.. Fine. Original Lithograph print of Marc Chagall's oil painting “War”, SIGNED BY MARC CHAGALL in pencil in the bottom margin. Chagall's original painting of "WAR" illustrates Chagall's abhorrence of war and the evils and needless tragedy of it. The Original Oil Painting was completed in 1966 and is on display at the Kunsthaus Zurich Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland. In Near Fine condition, the lithograph sheet shows slight damage to the outer white margins while the image itself remains in Fine condition, with the blank side of the paper showing two tiny brown rectangles. The entire sheet measures approximately 21 inches X 28 inches (approximately 53.4 centimeters X 71.1 centimeters). The image itself measures approximately 18-1/4 inches X 26 inches (approximately 46.4 centimeters X 66.1 centimeters). An excellent Marc Chagall lithograph of his painting "WAR", which, although not called to be signed, bears AN ORIGINAL SIGNATURE OF MARC CHAGALL to the lower margin.

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC]
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        The Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of North America [Four Volumes in Five]

      Columbia University Press / Koeltz / University of Toronto. Hardcover. New York / Koenigstein / Toronto, 1966-1988. Four volumes in five, complete. A scarce complete set of Rudolf Schuster's four volume set. Volumes one and two are Columbia University Press editions from 1966 and 1969, Volume 3 is a Koeltz reprint from 1988, and Volume 4, in two parts, is a University of Toronto imprint. A very good plus to near fine set. Small ownership marks on endpapers of first three volumes. Contents and bindings excellent. Dustjacket present on first volume in good-only condition with some chips and wear to edges. . Very Good. 1966. First Edition.

      [Bookseller: Auger Down Books]
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        Campbell's Tomato Soup Can on Shopping Bag

      Boston: Institute of Contemporary Art, , 1966. Screenprint on heavy paper shopping bag. Sheet size: 40.6 x 23.2 cm. Some light soiling, mainly to head and foot of bag. From an unknown edition. Signed in marker pen middle right by Warhol. Published for the Warhol exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Massachussets, October 1 - November 6, 1966. The Museum of Modern Art have one in their collection.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      New York: William Morrow & Company, Inc., 1966., 1966. First edition. 8vo. Author's first novel. Lightly rubbed at spine ends, else near fine, tight copy in dust jacket lightly sunned on the spine with light professional restoration to the spine ends and corners. At the height of the Cold War, Michael Padillo and Mac McCorkle, two Americans, run a bar in West Germany. In addition to this job, Padillo has a second job --- he's a spy for the U.S. government. Overnight, McCorkle's life changes --- he joins his friend in what appears to be a routine assignment, but turns out to be a deadly game of espionage! Terrific book!

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        Revolution Typographique depuis Stephane Mallarme

      Geneve: Galerie Motte, 1966. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Thick paperbound quarto. 130 numbered pages followed by a Table Des Oeuvres Reproduites. Correct first edition of this extraordinary volume on the influences of modern art movements on the evolution of typography. With essay in French by Jacques Damase and including extensive examples from artists such as Kurt Schwitters, Francis Picabia, Fernand Leger, Man Ray, Robert Delaunay, Tristan Tzara and Guillaume Apollinaire among many others. Illustrated in color and black and white. Covers worn at edges, but a very good copy overall of this uncommon work. Stiff illustrated wrappers.

      [Bookseller: Derringer Books, Member A.B.A.A. ]
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        International times. IT. Numbers 1-15, 17, 1966-1967, Number 10 in photocopy

      London, 1966-1967. The early issues of an influential underground newspaper, brimming over with satire and transgression. All copies except No. 10 are in original, unbound state, and all are flat, except No. 17, which is folded once. All are illustrated. Sizes: Numbers 1-9, about 42 x 31 cm (16-3/4 x 12-1/2 inches); Numbers 11 & 12, 38 x 25.5 cm (13 x 10 inches); Numbers 13-15 & 17, 44.5 x 29 cm (15-1/2 x 11-1/2 inches). No. 10 is a high-quality photocopy of this exceedingly rare issue, nearly all of which was seized and destroyed by the police. It is slightly reduced in size: 16-3/4 x 12-1/2 inches to 17 x 11 inches, 16 pages printed both sides on 8 separate leaves. Generally excellent condition, considering the 40-year-old newsprint on which most of the original issues are printed. The lower left corner of No. 15 is torn off about 3/4 inch with no loss of text. **This run includes: No. 1, 10/14-27/1966; No. 2, 10/31-11/13/1966 (Ezra Pound broadcast); No. 3, 11/14-27/1966 (Burroughs, Morton Feldman); No. 4, 11/28-12/11/1966 (Dick Gregory, Alexander Trocchi); No. 5, 12/12-25/1966 (Claes Oldenburg); No. 6, 1/16-29/1967 (Paul McCartney, Mailer, Burroughs); No. 7, 1/30-2/16/1967 (Ginsberg address); No. 8, 2/13-26/1967 (Pete Townshend, Ginsberg, Snyder); No. 9, 2/27-3/12/1967; No. 10 in photocopy, 3/13-26/1967 (Frank Zappa and a report by Tom McGrath on a police raid of the IT offices the previous week); No. 11, 4/21-28/1967; No. [12], 4/28-5/12/1967 (color cover and color cut-up by Brion Gysin); No. 13, 5/19-6/2/1967; No. 14, Fri. 6/2/1967 (Warhol); No. 15, Fri. 6/16/1967; 17, 7/28-8/13/1967 (Yoko Ono). Not included: No. 16 and four rare broadsides and supplements (5.5, 10.5, 14.25, 14.5).

      [Bookseller: Laurence McGilvery ]
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        Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal

      New York: New American Library. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine. SIGNED LIMITED FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING, number 86 of 700 copies, signed by Rand on the limitation page. With additional articles by Nathaniel Branden, Alan Greenspan, and Robert Hessen. New York: New American Library, 1966. Original half black cloth over green cloth boards, spine lettered in silver and in gilt, slipcase with printed paper label. Book fine, toning to edges and spine of slipcase (as often). A very good copy of this classic collection of Rand's essays.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company]
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        Tragedy and Hope: A History of The World in Our Time

      MacMillan Publishing Company, 1966-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: Macmillan Company, 1966. 1348 p. First edition, first printing. (All first edition points present: stated "First Printing" on copyright page, no mention of later publisher Angriff Press, full page count, does not state "First published in 1966 by" on title page.) Near fine hardcover in Very Good dust jacket. Book itself in nice shape. Clean pages and sturdy binding. Not an ex-library copy! Jacket in nice shape. Small circular stain on front panel, small tear in top of back panel, light edge wear and toning along top edge. Pencilled "Not for sale" on front flap, can be easily erased. Jacket is mylar-protected. An attractive copy in unusually nice shape.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Futagawa (from the series Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido Road). Original woodblock print by Jun'ichiro Sekino.

      . Image size 32.5 x 45.9 cm on sheet size 42 x 55 cm. The colored woodblock on Japanese paper is stamped with the name, has a red Japanese name stamp and is signed in pencil by hand in the lower right corner of the print. In the right margin the artist wrote the number 34 and two vertical and three horizontal strokes in pencil. Printed in 1966 on "Jun. Sekino" watermarked paper. The outer margins are slightly creased, otherwise bright colurs and very good condition.. Junichiro Sekino -Jun-Ichiro Sekino - Jun'ichiro Sekino, born 1914 in Aomori, died 1988. Japanese artist is famous for his woodblock prints. / Futagawa-juku was the thirty-third of the fifty-three stations of the T?kaid?. It is located in what is now the city of Toyohashi, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. It was the eastern most post station in Mikawa Province.

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Elke Rehder]
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        Human Action. A Treatise on Economics. Third revised edition.

      Chicago: Henry Regnery Company, [1966] - Octavo (228 x 152 mm). Publisher's cloth, spine lettered gilt. With the dust jacket. Short tear to the upper joint of the dust jacket, the jacket with some fraying to the spine ends. A very good copy. Inscribed on the half-title: "To Dean Joseph H. Taggart, Ludwig Mises. February 14, 1967." Third, revised edition, originally published in 1949, of Mises's "systematic study of the manifold activities of human beings in search of food, shelter, and the variety of goods they have come to need" (publisher's blurb). "More than any other economist of the twentieth century, von Mises has expounded and developed the theories of the Austrian school of economics. Although most of economic thought, after the mid-1930s, was moving in a different direction, von Mises proceeded to develop the general system of economic theory that he had laid out in his 1933 book [Grundprobleme der Nationalökonmie]. The result was his Nationalökonomie: Theorie des Handelns und des Wirtschaftens (1940), the first general treatise on economics since World War I; later it was expanded into the English-language work, Human Action (1949)." (Murray Rothbard in ESS). Joseph H. Taggart, the recipient of this copy, was at the time Dean of the Graduate School of Business Administration at New York University, where Mises taught for over twenty years following his arrival in America in 1940. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Knowing ?how hard you are working to pare Service requests,? LBJ hopes his Defense Sec?y can get from ?your Service Secretaries and Joint Chiefs their fullest cooperation in reaching your objective??

      Typed Letter Signed ?Lyndon B. Johnson as President, 1p, 7? x 10.25?. The White House, Washington, December 2, 1966. To his Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara. Receipt stamping on verso shows through in upper blank area. Fine condition.In full, ?The attached letter [not present] from me to you is, I think, self-explanatory. I am anxious to do everything in my power to minimize Federal spending this year and next. You know about the $5 billion cutback in Federal programs I just announced. In turn, I know how hard you are working to pare Service requests, both for the 1967 supplemental and the 1968 budget. I wrote the attached letter so that you could use it with your Service Secretaries and Joint Chiefs to get their fullest cooperation in reaching your objective.?From the Estate of Robert S. McNamara, JFK and LBJ?s Secretary of Defense from 1961-1968.

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        Derriere Le Miroir-Gouaches et Totems

      Paris: Maeght Editeur, 1966. Devoted entirely to Alexander Calder. First edition deluxe. pp.(iv), 20, (8) illustrated, reproducing art work, and black & white photographs (Clovis Prevost) of Calder's outdoor sculptures including 2 original color lithographs by Calder and 7 color lithographs after Calder (2 of them on double page.) Contains three essays about Alexander Calder: "Oiseleur de Fer" by Jacques Prevert, "Alexander Calder" by Meyer Shapiro, "Les gouaches de Calder" by Nicholas Guppy and "De l'Arts students League aux Totems" (an extract from his biography) by Alexander Calder. Folio pictorial wrappers. Boards chemise and matching slipcase. A limited edition printed on Velin de Rives (wove) paper with deckle edges, 104 of 150 made, and signed by Calder in pencil on the Colophon Page.. Special Edition. Book.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries]
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      Victor Gollancz, 1966. Hardcover. Very Good. London: Victor Gollancz, 1966: First British Edition, First Printing. In original dust jacket with price of 30/- net intact; Lacking the belly band, though part of it has been tipped in on the rear free end paper. In Very Good condition. Clean text, though pages are lightly age toned. Sound binding. Damage to front paste down and front free end paper from large book plate removal. Boards show light sunning and wear. The spine shows a gentle reading crease, and light rubbing to gilt stamping. The dust jacket shows a few large chips at the top of the front panel, and a few closed tears to the bottom of the rear. The dust jacket also shows rubbing, and some areas of separation between the surface and the laminate. The flaps show light sunning, and there is a tape ghost at the top edge visible only from the blank verso. An attractive copy overall.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        George William Evans; Explorer

      Angus & Robertson, Sydney 1966 - acknowledgements, preface by author, appendix and index. Pale green coloured endpapers. Black and white illustrated frontispiece, showing a picture of George William Evans. Within text there are 17 maps, and 17 plates. Dark red coloured boards with gilt coloured titles to the backstrip. The corners of the book slightly rubbed and minimal shelf wear is evident to the bottom edges of the book. Minimal rubbing to the head and the heel of spine has also occurred. As some dust marks to the top paper edge along with some marks to the other edges of book. Photographic dustwrapper, of the Macquarie River photographs by Ian MacArthur, with white coloured titles to the front panel and backstrip. Slight rubbing of the corners of the dustwrapper as well as the head of the spine and of the dustwrapper.This is the biography of George William Evans, who discovered the Macquarie and Lachlan Rivers, becoming Surveyor-General of New South Wales and later of Van Diemen's Land. Size: Octavo (standard book size). XVI, 138 pp., . Please refer to accompanying picture (s). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Biography & Autobiography; History -- Australia; Exploration ; Local History -- New South Wales ; Local History -- Tasmania . Inventory No: 0100794. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Syber's Books]
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        Tragedy and Hope: A History of The World in Our Time

      MacMillan Publishing Company, 1966-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: Macmillan Company, 1966. 1348 p. First edition, first printing. (All first edition points present: stated "First Printing" on copyright page, no mention of later publisher Angriff Press, full page count, does not state "First published in 1966 by" on title page.) Near fine hardcover in Very Good dust jacket. Book itself in nice shape. Clean pages and sturdy binding. Not an ex-library copy! Jacket in nice shape. Small circular stain on front panel, small tear in top of back panel, light edge wear and toning along top edge. Pencilled "Not for sale" on front flap, can be easily erased. Jacket is mylar-protected. An attractive copy in unusually nice shape.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Outstanding oversized Lyndon B. Johnson and Buzz Aldrin dual signed photo

      LBJ Ranch, Texas: , [November 23, 1966]. Signed Photo, \"Lyndon B. Johnson\" and \"Buzz Aldrin\", color, one page, 11\" x 14\", signed in the bottom matte. Photo shows President Johnson shaking hands with Aldrin as he awards Aldrin the \"Exceptional Service Medal\" frame. Inscribed in the lower border in a calligrapher\'s hand \"To: Astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin, With best wishes,\". Light corner wear. The signatures are clear and dark. Two remarkable men captured in one photo! On November 23, 1966 and Johnson\'s Texas ranch, Aldrin was presented with NASA\'s Exceptional Service Award.

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      Guild Press Ltd, Washington DC 1966 - The first major work by Steward under his Phil Andros pseudonym, now considered a classic of gay literature. Steward, who spent most of his adult life in Chicago, had a PhD in English and taught at a variety of institutions through the mid 1940's. He left academia and made a name for himself as one of the leading tattoo artists of his day, for a time serving as the official tattoo artist for the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club in the Bay Area. He lived an open, renegade homosexual lifestyle, meticulously documenting his sexual conquests and escapades in diaries and a box marked "Stud File." After meeting Alfred Kinsey in 1949, he spent a number of years working for the Institute for Sex Research in an unofficial capacity, openly sharing the details of his sexual records and introducing Kinsey to large numbers of sexually active men in the Chicago area. In 1966, thanks to changes in American publishing laws, he published $tud under the Guild Press imprint, a novel told in a series of 18 episodes. It's the story of "a cocky male hustler who made no bones about his illicit profession, nor his countless erotic encounters." Like his character, Steward was "a macho rebel and a proud gay man writing at a time when many similar stories were still drenched in shame and guilt" (Peters, Brooks. Lover Man: The Samuel Steward Story). The rare dustjacket shows superb wraparound artwork, designed by homoerotic illustrator "Etienne" (pseud. of Dom Orejudos). Though the book was reprinted in the early 1980's by Alyson Books, the first edition is rare; we find no copies in the trade (2014), with OCLC showing 10 copies in U.S. institutions, 3 others internationally. YOUNG 66. First Printing. Octavo (21cm); black cloth, with titles stamped in gilt on spine; dustjacket; 295pp. Some trivial rubbing to crown and lower board edges, else Fine. Dustjacket is unclipped (priced $4.95), with light rubbing to panels, a few short, closed tears, and two tiny chips at upper corners of rear panel; Very Good+. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Lorne Bair Rare Books, ABAA]
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        Stud [$tud] a novel

      Guild Press, Washington DC 1966 - 295p., first edition in black cloth and gilt, unclipped dj, wear at corners, head and tail of boards, jacket worn with closed tears including one long one on rear panel, tape applied to verso of longer tears, edgewear. Steward's first novel as Phil Andros, very scarce in hardcover and even scarcer in jacket. Written as an autobiographical tell-all in the voice of a slightly fictional Andros: hustler, leatherman, and biker, with a bit of rough trade. A classic Pre-Stonewall underground gay novel. Steward was included in Gertrude Stein's literary circle in the 1930s, became involved with Dr. Kinsey in the 1950s, worked as a tattoo artist through the 1960s and also became a gay porn writer as Phil Andros (among others)He spent his final years in Chicago. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bolerium Books Inc.]
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        The genius of the crowd.

      7 Flowers Press., Cleveland, 1966 - Cleveland, 7 Flowers Press. (1966). 11 n.n. Bl. Mit 5 Original-Linolschnitten in verschiedenen Farben von Paula Marie Savarino (inkl. Umschlag). Olivergrüne Originalbroschur. Erste Ausgabe. - Erschien in einer Auflage von 103 Exemplaren. - Eines der seltensten und gesuchtesten Bücher von Charles Bukowski. Vollständig im Handdruck hergestellt, mit 5 verschiedenfarbigen Original-Linolschnitten (inkl. Umschlag). Einige Seiten sind auf zerschnittenen Briefumschlägen gedruckt. - Fast die gesamte Auflage wurde nach Erscheinen bei einer Polizeirazzia in Cleveland beschlagnahmt, es sind nur wenige Exemplare erhalten. - Umschlag mit leichten Verfärbungen, Umschlagfarbe etwas durchgeschlagen. - Sonst schönes Exemplar dieser absoluten Rarität. - First edition. - One of 103 copies. - Legendary Bukowski rarity, most of the copies were confiscated by the Cleveland Police Department during a raid on Lowell's bookstore, only about 40 copies are estimated to have survived. Many of the sheets for this chapbook were printed on trimmed envelopes and are therefore double leaves, with envelope flape sections glued together. 5 linoleum cut prints (1 on the front cover) by Paula Marie Savarino, printed in various colors. This chapbook was published by D.A. Levy and Jim Lowell at the 7 Flower Press. Sprache: Englisch [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein]
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      New York: Knopf, 1966., 1966. First edition. 8vo. Inscribed by the author to poet Donald Davie and his wife, "Santa Barbara, Calif. Jan. 10, 1966. For Donald and Doreen [Davie], with love and admiration, Ken." Davie taught briefly at the University of California/Santa Barbara and the two authors became friends during that time. Fine in dust jacket with one tiny rub at head of spine. Lew Archer is hired to find out the truth about a suspiciously suave Frenchman who has run off with his client's girlfriend, it looks like a simple enough case. But things start to look very different when Archer connects the elusive foreigner to a seven-year-old suicide and a mountain of gambling debts.

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS]
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        Neuroendocrinology. Volume 1.

      Academic Press 1966 - Exemp. i.sehr gut.Zust. Geringste Lager-o.Altersspuren b.genauster Betr., mögl. Ecken und Kanten leicht bestoßen. Schnitt etwas angestaubt. Im Vorsatz private Namenseintragung. Innen wie neu. Keine Markierungen oder ähnliches. Sauberer und frischer Gesamtzustand. 774 S. Englisch 1340g gr. 8° - groß Oktav (entspricht 22,5 - 25 cm) Gewebe o. Schutzumschlag

      [Bookseller: Guthschrift Antiquariat]
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      Gollancz 1966 - First UK edition and impression in VG++ condition. the book is near fine, pages clean, spine firm, no markings, the laminate on the jacket has an air pocket by front corner fold and rear spine fold. not price clipped, no other markings, the book comes with the original bellyband which has been repaired in places with archival tape, now in removable protective sleeve, please see pics, paypal accepted, any questions please get in touch. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Setanta Books PBFA]
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        Mirror of Venus

      New York: Random House, 1966. First edition. First edition, first printing, with no additional printings mentioned. Contributions to the text by Federico Fellini and Francoise Sagan. Very good or better in a very good or better unclipped dust jacket, with the jacket showing the usual toning along the edges, slight wear to the jacket spine at heel, but overall an exceedingly well preserved copy. This copy inscribed and signed by Paine on the first blank: "To ------ ----------, a true and sensitive connoisseur of all things beautiful." Quite uncommon when signed, and a very sharp copy in the bargain.

      [Bookseller: John Kehoe, Bookseller ABAA]
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