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        LA GEMMA DELLA STELLA VERDE

      LA TRIBUNA, PIACENZA 1966 - GALASSIA ITALIANO N. 70 della collana a cura di U.Malaguti, brossura editoriale illustrata, ingiallita, con fioritura, aloni ed segni di usura ai bordi, pagine ingiallite attorno ai testi e con lieve fioritura, fioritura anche ai tagli

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        DEI DOVERI DELLE VIRTU'

      MONDADORI, VERONA 1966 - TUTTE LE OPERE DI CICERONE INTERLINGUE A cura di Quintino Cataudella, n. 31 della collana, con testo latino a fronte, pagine leggermente ingiallite ai bordi, rilegatura editoriale cartonata, ingiallita e con traccia di vernice bianca al dorso, con segni di usura al piede ed alla cima, ed ancora agli angoli ed alle punte

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        An archive of 5 autograph letters signed, 2 typed letters signed, 10 pages, with one postcard, and one telegram.

      1966-68 1966 - 1966-68. A small archive of 5 autograph letters signed, 2 typed letters signed, 10 pages, with one postcard, and one telegram, all to the successful screenwriter and author of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Anita Loos, all from Rapallo, Italy and New York, the telegram from London, most with Loos's estate stamp; very good condition. Many of the letters refer to Gish's time in Italy while shooting The Comedians (based on the Graham Greene novel), describing the difficult conditions of working there. 1 GISH, LILLIAN. Typed letter signed "Lillian", to Anita Loos, no place, 31 July 1968, 1 page, small octavo, with the rubber stamp in red ink on verso "From the Estate of Anita Loos." Relatively brief letter discussing recent travel and an unnamed book ".this labour of over ten years ." 2 GISH, LILLIAN. Autograph letter signed "Lillian" to Anita Loos, Hotel Bristol, Rapallo, Italy, 1 page, octavo, with the Loos estate rubber stamp on verso, on an aerogramme, September 21, 1966. Folded, else fine. "What a treat to have your dear amusing letter to remind me that there is world outside the sick room. T.G. D. keeps improving- yesterday she went to town in the morning to have her hair washed then we had her out in the car for several hours but today she must be kept in bed after a sleepless night and no food. It is always that way. All goes well for a while then back she goes, losing a little, each time. But much improved over last month. How exciting that Balanchine has seen Miss Moore. I feel in my bones that all will go her way there. Tell her how proud I am to be her friend. I sent Gladys a bag like one I carried that she said she liked. They wouldn't let me put a card in because of customs. The [ ] column I keep to amuse all the visitors at Villa Chiara. Good to have her and the others to read instead of the Post. The theatre is up to the same old thing! Tom calls from Paris -- keeps saying he will be down but never comes. When I can leave here -- I don't know -- when she looks to Laura instead of me for strength. There is only 90 pounds of her left. [ ] Miss Moore love to Gladys and you. Enjoy the [ ] book and play. Devotedly, Lillian." (Gladys Moore was Loos's housekeeper and "Miss Moore" her grand-daughter whom Loos virtually adopted as a child after a housefire destroyed her home). 3 GISH, LILLIAN. Typed Letter Signed to Anita Loos, Two pages, Grand Bristol Hotel, Rapallo, Italy, 25th May, 1967, with Loos estate stamp on verso of page two. Folded for mailing, else fine. Newsy letter, with information about the continuing health problems of her sister Dorothy. 4 GISH, LILLIAN. Telegram to Anita Loos (staying at the Princess Theatre, London), "Wishes -- Gishes" Loos estate stamp on verso. Folded, else fine. 5 GISH, LILLIAN. Pictoral Postcard to Anita Loos, "Anita dear: Each time I become a part of this crew I long for you to have the same joy-- Going through the Panama Canal yesterday -- a new thrill. We land April 6th. Will call you, Love, Lillian." date partly illegible, but 1977. Loos estate stamp. Fine. 6 GISH, LILLIAN. Autograph Letter Signed "Lillian" to Anita Loos, on Gish's letterhead, New York, [no date], small octavo. Loos estate stamp on verso. "Anita darlin : You cannot get tickets for the multitude of Miss Mooreanoava's admirers! I knew I would get nowhere with this last night. So it hopefully goes to you with our deep thanks for perfect seats and a glorious evening. Love and Merry Holidays and my life long admiration. Lillian. " 7 GISH, LILLIAN. Autograph Letter Signed "Lillian" to Anita Loos, 2 pages, oblong octavo, on the letterhead of the Grand Hotel Bristol, Rapallo, Italy, September 12, 1967. With Loos estate stamp on verso. Folded for mailing else fine. "Dearest Anita: I was so glad to get your letter. I have almost swallowed it after four readings. What fun you had on the homeward trip. I only hope it will continue in some form through the winter. Certainly if it does not, it would be grand to meet at Sestiene [sp?] [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd]
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        The Collected Scientific Papers of Paul A Samuelson Volumes I

      Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1966. First edition, early printing of Volume I of the Nobel Prize-winning economists papers. Octavo, original cloth. Inscribed by the author on the title page, "For Doug Burrows, Paul A. Samuelson, Endicott House, June 21, 1972." Fine in a near fine dust jacket. "It is a measure of Professor Samuelson's preeminence that the sheer scale of his work should be so much taken for granted," observes a reviewer in the "Economist" who goes on to note that "a cynic might add that it would have been better for Professor Samuelson to write less merely to give others a chance to write at all." In fact, Samuelson's output, his "extraordinary mastery of methods, both mathematical and linguistic" (review of Volume 4 of "The Collected Scientific Papers"), have not diminished. Volumes 1 through 4 encompass more than 280 articles. The first two contain virtually all of Samuelson's contributions to economic theory through mid-1964; Volume 3 contains all the scientific papers written from mid-1964 through 1970, and the last volume brings his work up to through 1976.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books]
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        Haggadah shel Pesach [passover haggada pessach pesah hagada]

      Carmel Mizrachi, the Cooperative Wine Growers of the Wineries of Rishon LeZion and Zichron Yaakov [probably 1966], Israel - Promotional haggadah by grape growers, citiculturists of two Israeli wineries with recommendations of which wine to drink for each of the four glasses. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meir Turner]
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        The Crying of Lot 49

      Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1966. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first printing. Near Fine with a strip of toning to top and bottom edges of boards, pages lightly toned. In a Near Fine dust jacket with very light edge wear and light rubbing; publisher's price intact. A very sharp copy.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Calendario. ANY 1967 estampa popular de válencia [sic].

      Les Edicions del País Valencià, Imprenta Fermar,, València 1966 - 35x49.7. 13hh. A dos tintas. Doblez central. Ligera pérdida de papen en alguna pequeña sección de la portada. Por lo demás, excelente ejemplar.

      [Bookseller: Carmen Alonso Libros]
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        The 75 Year History of Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, Southampton, 1891-1966

      Privately Printed, Southampton, NY 1966 - 47 pages. Illustrated from photographs and golf course map. 8vo. Navy blue cloth, stamped and lettered in gilt. One of 500 copies, this copy undesignated. First Edition. Scarce and important book on this Long Island, NY, golf club. Founded in 1891, the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club was the first incorporated golf club in America and the first to have a clubhouse, the first to allow women full membership, which it did from the beginning. It was one of the founding members of the USGA in 1894. And, in 1896, the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club held the second official U.S. Open. D&M 54180; D&J G31390. One of the rarest and most sought after of all the golf club histories given the prestige of Shinnecock and the limited edition. Goodner was a long-time editor of Golf Digest. The book is signed and inscribed on the title page by Charles D. Thom, who was served as the pro at Shinnecock from 1908-1961. He was Golf Professional Emeritus at the time this history was published. We specialize in golf books. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Valuable Book Group, LLC]
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        1966 Tax Return - Henry Miller's Personal File Copies (45 pages) / PLUS Unique IRS Document from 1967 Signed by Henry Miller

      Not Published, No Place 1966 - Henry Miller's own PERSONAL FILE COPIES of his 1966 TAX RETURN. Plus 2nd related item, single page 1967 IRS document, SIGNED by Henry Miller. TWO ITEMS sold together. THE FIRST ITEM is the unique 1966 Tax Return file consisting of 45 pages (47pp total). Includes Accountant's Filing Instructions (1pp); Federal Form 1040 (22pp); California State Form 540 (18pp); U.S. Gift Tax Return (4pp); + Income Royalties List (2pp). Housed in original yellow mailing envelope with accountant's printed label, addressed in type to Henry Miller at his Los Angeles residence (Ocampo Drive, Pacific Palisades). In green marker someone (presumably Henry Miller?) has written "1966 - Tax Returns" in bold across the address label. File also includes 2 additional pages: copy of the original Butterfield's catalog auction listing, + TLS by the dealer who initially bought the Butterfield's lot verifying authenticity. The tax file was originally sold from Miller's personal files as lot 9097 in the Butterfield's Fine Books & Manuscripts Auction, held Sept. 26, 2000, in Los Angeles & San Fran. This is Miller's own unsigned FILE COPY, with accountant's ink stamp "Client's Copy" to key pages. The original signed tax returns would have been sent to the IRS, of course. This item for sale was retained by Henry Miller in his personal files (not signed). Consists of mostly photocopied pages, several stamped in ink "Client's Copy", except for 3 original documents: Accountant's Filing Instructions (w/penciled figures), Gift Tax Return; Donor's Gift Tax Return (all stamped "Client's Copy"). The "Income-Royalties 1966" handwritten copied sheets (2pp) contain entries from a ledger which include fascinating details such as Miller's publisher royalties (Grove, New Directions, Viking, etc.); advance monies paid on "Sexus"; 1965 royalties collected on "Plexus" & "Nexus"; royalties for "Cancer, Capricorn, Bk Spring"; advance amount on "Quiet Days in Clichy", etc. Interesting details include alimony money paid to Eve Miller Ross (Eve, Miller's 4th wife died in 1965, they divorced in 1961), Miller's medical expenses, monies spent on art supplies, publisher fees, etc. Includes 6 copied letters re donations Miller made during 1966 (mostly art items). All in fine condition. THE SECOND ITEM is a related IRS document from the following year, 1967, single printed page w/typed-in entries, titled "Offer of Waiver of Restrictions on Assessment and Collection of Deficiency in Tax and of Acceptance of Overassessment", SIGNED in black ink by Henry Miller & dated 1/29/67. U.S. Treasury Dept IRS FORM 870-AD. The typed Name of Taxpayer listed as "Rellim Productions, Inc." (Rellim is Miller in reverse), c/o a Los Angeles address. Typed below Miller's signature: "HENRY MILLER, constituting the holder of a majority of the voting stock as of the time of its dissolution". Unique related IRS tax form, 1 year following the above tax return. He'd moved to Ocampo Drive in Pacific Palisades in 1963. (From Ferguson: Henry Miller, a Life, p.351): "More than anything else he ever did, the move from the rustic simplicity of Big Sur to this wealthy suburb (Pacific Palisades) surprised those who thought they knew Miller well. His sudden interest in the problem of income tax also seemed at odds with the contemptuous indifference with which he had formerly regarded money. He quickly discovered a tax dodge that enabled him to combine business with pleasure, and soon after moving into Ocampo Drive began producing huge quantities of water-colours for donation to non-profit organizations. Between March & July 1963 he'd churned out 115 such paintings, & was hoping for an appraisal of between $200 & $250 apiece from tax authorities. Emil White wrote it was 'unbelievable what this tax business has done to him. Who would have ever dreamed that HM would show so much concern over such matters'.". Interesting documents from a pivotal period in Henry Miller's life. RARE. Fascinating & unique archive of material. Size: 28 x [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bookwood]
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        Five Poets

      (Washington D.C.): Library of Congress. 1966. First. First edition. Stapled wrappers. Small stain on the mostly black front wrap, and thus barely noticeable, else about fine. Signed by Theroux. Theroux's first book appearance, preceding his first separately published book by six years. Also with contributions by Franchot Ballinger, Nina Lampton, Edwin Middleton, and James Seay. Very scarce, especially signed. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        TSUSHIMA Il romanzo di una guerra navale.

      Torino, Einaudi, 1966. In-8, brossura, pp. 400. Timbro di appartenenza. In buono stato (good copy).

      [Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas]
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        Forum (118 issues of Ray Palmer's Forum)

      Palmer Publications, Inc 1966-1977, Mundelein, IL - An incomplete run. The issues which are present are as follows: January 1, 1966, Volume 1, Number 1 -February 1, 1966, Volume 1, Number 3, May 1, 1966, Volume 1, Number 9 - December 15, 1966, Volume 1, Number 24; January 1, 1967, Issue No. B-1 - December 1967, Volume 2, Number 39; January 1968, Volume 3, Number 40 - December 1968, Volume 3, Number 51; February 1969, Volume 4, Number 54 - December 1969, Volume 4, Number 63; January 1970, Volume 5, Number 64 - December 1970, Volume 5, Number 75; January 1971, Volume 6, Number 76 - December 1971, Volume 6, Number 87; January 1972, Volume 7, Number 88 - November 1972, Volume 7, Number 98; January 1973, Volume 8, Number 100 - March 1973, Volume 8, Number 102, June 1973, Volume 8, Number 105 - August 1973, Volume 8, Number 107; January 1974, Volume 9, Number 112 - March 1974, Volume 9, Number 114; March 1975, Volume 10, Number 126, June 1975, Volume 10, Number 129, July 1975, Volume 10, Number 130, September 1975, Volume 10, Number 132; Spring 1977, Volume 12, Number 143. Most are slim duodecimos. Several are slim octavos or quartos. Stapled printed wraps. Very good condition. Very sporadic dates and minor notations in pencil on the pages. From the publisher- "FORUM is for those who are willing to share their thoughts, experiences and conclusions with others, and at the same time subject them to the cross-examination of honest debate and analysis. No subject is taboo if presented in honor and decency. FORUM is your round table of expression; so 'Let us reason together.'" [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ken Sanders Rare Books, ABAA]
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        The Dark

      Alfred a Knopf, New York 1966 - First printing. Brown paper-covered boards quarter bound in red cloth. Gilt lettering. Previous owner's name and an H-in-a-circle are on the front free endpaper. Otherwise fine. The dust jacket has moderate edgewear, with frayed spine tail and a 1/2" closed tear. There are scuffed spots on the spine. The price, $3.95, is present on the front flap, along with the 2/66 date code. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Banjo Booksellers, IOBA]
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        Filles de la pluie. Scène de la vie Ouessantine. Illustrations de Robert Humblot.

      Paris, Robert Léger, 1966. - Très fort in-4 en ff., sous coffret de toile gris-bleu, titre doré en long, couverture imprimée rempliée, 251 pp., illustré par l'artiste de 15 compositions originales dont 11 à double-page, coloriées au pochoir dans les ateliers de Daniel Jacomet. Tirage à 310 exemplaires. N°1 du tirage de tête sur Japon super nacré, contenant une suite en couleurs sur le même papier, une autre sur Arches, le tirage sur Japon nacré du titre et des lettrines gravés sur bois. La lithographie encadrée annoncée est manquante comme c'est souvent le cas. Edition illustrée du prix Goncourt 1912, unique livre auquel ait travaillé l'artiste, décédé avant la parution. Très bel exemplaire. Réf. bibliographiques : (Monod, 10188).

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Trait d'Union sarl.]
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        Mammals of the U S S R --Rodents (in 4 Vols )

      Jerusalem: The Israel Program for Scientific Translations, 1966. Cloth. Near Fine/Near Fine. A very impressive example of the 1963-1966 1st English language editions, complete in 4 volumes and published out of Jerusalem. All 4 volumes tight and Near Fine and, save for a tiny name and date at Vol. I's front pastedown, internally immaculate, with no wiriting or markings of any kind. And in crisp, Near Fine dustjackets, with very light creasing along several of the panel edges. Uniform, thick octavos, over 2,000 pgs. all told, including hundreds of tables and maps and other illustrations. Additionally, 2 large fold-out maps at Vol. 1's rear pastedown. These 4 volumes, complete unto themselves, represent Vols. IV-VII in a larger set called "Mammals of U.S.S.R. and Adjacent Countries" and of course focus specifically on the "Rodents" in these regions.

      [Bookseller: Appledore Books, ABAA]
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        Mammals of the U.S.S.R.--Rodents (in 4 Vols.)

      The Israel Program for Scientific Translations, Jerusalem 1966 - A very impressive example of the 1963-1966 1st English language editions, complete in 4 volumes and published out of Jerusalem. All 4 volumes tight and Near Fine and, save for a tiny name and date at Vol. I's front pastedown, internally immaculate, with no wiriting or markings of any kind. And in crisp, Near Fine dustjackets, with very light creasing along several of the panel edges. Uniform, thick octavos, over 2,000 pgs. all told, including hundreds of tables and maps and other illustrations. Additionally, 2 large fold-out maps at Vol. 1's rear pastedown. These 4 volumes, complete unto themselves, represent Vols. IV-VII in a larger set called "Mammals of U.S.S.R. and Adjacent Countries" and of course focus specifically on the "Rodents" in these regions. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: APPLEDORE BOOKS, ABAA]
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        Original Painting for the Artists Tower of Protest (also known as: "The Peace Tower")

      - Original painting for the 1966 "Artists Tower of Protest" (also known as "The Peace Tower"). Approximately 24" x 24". Signed on the rear "Angela Kosta" on an affixed label with her Chicago address. Modest corner wear, but near fine. The painting in white, orange, and red, depicts a figure hugging its knees, confined in a triangle which is itself within a circle. The Peace Tower was a 58-foot steel tetrahedron erected in 1966 on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles to protest the Vietnam War. This two-foot by two-foot work on plywood, painted by artist Angela Driessen-Kosta, was one of 418 panels that were attached to the structure designed by the sculptor Mark di Suvero. Artists from around the world contributed to the tower, including Elaine de Kooning, Roy Lichtenstein, and Robert Rauschenberg (who provided the bulk of the funding to complete the work).According to Driessen-Kosta: "My intention was to create an 'anti-war' poster. The central figure is expressing grief and is in a confined or 'hopeless' space. The bright colors were used to attract attention but also resemble a 'stop sign' as in stop wars." She received a degree in art education from Western Michigan University and did postgraduate work at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She was a photographic set and window display designer in Chicago for 16 years, then moved to San Diego in 1979, where she mounted numerous exhibitions and received a variety of awards. Her artwork is primarily mixed media and sculptural assemblages. The Peace Tower was dedicated on February 26, 1966 with speeches by Susan Sontag, Irving Petlin, and former Green Beret Donald Duncan. During the three months it stood, the tower and artists were continually under attack. Volunteers from Watts, the recent scene of race riots, assisted in defending it. Efforts were made to relocate the work to another permanent location, but none were successful. Ultimately, the tower itself was dismantled and cut up, the artworks were wrapped in brown paper and anonymously auctioned off by The Los Angeles Peace Center, raising $12,000, according to *Art, Politics and Dissent: Aspects of the Art Left in Sixties America* (2000) by Francis Frascina. The Peace Tower was controversial for more than just its unpopular position against the Vietnam War. It represented the first instance of American artists coming together to create a collective work of art in political protest. "In order to fully contextualize the Peace Tower as well as other efforts artists would make to combine art and politics in their work from 1966 onward, one must understand how such efforts would have been undesirable and unwelcome in the American fine arts system of the 1960s," wrote Matthew Israel in his book *Kill for Peace: American Artist Against the Vietnam War* (2013). The Tower is also now a model for organizing collective artistic endeavors.In 2006, the Whitney Museum staged a recreation of the tower in protest of the War in Iraq, and Driessen-Kosta was among the few original Peace Tower artists invited to contribute to this work. A bright and vivid depiction of Vietnam Anti-War art. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Autograph poem signed.

      Isla Altue-Huapi, February 1966. - 4to. 1 p. Matted. Exceedingly rare first draft of his poem "El lago" that was published the year after in "La Barcarola" (Buenos Aires, 1967): "Suave suena en la | sombra como un sauce | mojado. | con qué, con quién | conversa | toda la noche el lago? | Tal vez para sí solo. | El lago | conversa con el lago". - Somewhat browned, dusty, spotty, and wrinkled.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Alfie.

      London: MacGibbon and Kee, 1966.. INSCRIBED FIRST EDITION. Octavo, pp.208. Publisher's original brown cloth binding in photographic dustwrapper attributed to Colin O'Brien. Warmly inscribed "To|Kate Oatham|with every|good wish|from|Bill Naughton". Some moderate water marking to the endpapers, some sporadic light marking through the textblock, cloth slightly bumped and rubbed, dust-jacket has some chipping, water marking and creasing, front inner flap fully detached along fold. A used copy, unusual to find inscribed. Scarce original novel that was the basis for the cult 1966 film starring Michael Caine, re-made in 2004 with Jude Law.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        The Book: On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are

      Pantheon Books 1966 - First edition. Inscribed by Alan Watts to former owner on front free endpaper. x, 146 pp. Tan cloth with black and red stamping. Very Good+ in Very Good unclipped, slightly-toned dust jacket with darkened spine panel, a few small stains on back panel, small closed tear there as well. Cloth faintly dampstained but internally clean and straight. One of the British philosopher and lecturer's best-known works. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        The Harry Palmer Novels - all in original dust wrappers

      Cape/Hodder, 1966. Hardcover. Very Good. A set of first editions (volume 1 is a second printing) of the Harry Palmer novels published by Hodder and Cape between 1962-66. All are in very good condition, in their original dust wrappers - none are price clipped. Some wear to the edges, but a very nice set made famous by the Michael Caine movies under the same names.

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        THE CIRCLE GAME (inscribed, good association)

      Contact Press: Toronto, 1966. The simultaneous paper issue. Octavo, white card covers with flaps, cover drawing in red by the author. pp (ii), 80, (4). Title page printed in red and black, repeating Atwood's spiral cover drawing. Light tanning to spine, lighter yellowing to covers; minor rubbing and tiny chips at spine ends; pencil notes in text; else fine. Inscribed by the author "For Jim Carscallen with thanks for help on earlier Mss., & remembrances of large Vancouver (slugs?), Peggy Atwood. 1966". James Andrew Carscallen (1934-2016), studied under Northrop Frye for his PhD and was a Victoria University professor 1965-1996. He helped Atwood with some of her early manuscripts and she regarded him as a friend, as her signing as "Peggy" attests. Atwood took her undergraduate degree from Vic. With Carscallen's extensive pencil notes throughout, in a small and light hand. Laid in is a folded quarto sheet with his ink notes on one side (many). There were 200 copies of the paper issue and 50 of the hardcover issue. This, Atwood's first major poetry collection, won the Governor-General's Award for Poetry in 1966. It was the only Contact Press book to win a GG (Contact Press was the most important English language publisher of modernist poetry in Canada in its time). Scarce on the market these days. Excellent association copy. Binding: Softcover .

      [Bookseller: Steven Temple Books]
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        Moralidades 1959 - 1964.

      Mortiz, Mexico 1966 - 77p original paperback in excellent condition, no names, not creased, never used, limited edition of 1100 copies, this copy #1085, superb condition [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Plurabelle Books Ltd]
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        A Sense of Where You Are

      New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1966. Cloth. Collectible; Fine/Very Good. SIGNED BY BOTH JOHN MCPHEE (warmly inscribed) AND BILL BRADLEY on the title page. A handsome copy to boot of the 1966 stated 2nd printing. Clean and Near Fine in a bright, price-intact, VG dustjacket, with its usual pronounced fading along the spine. 12mo, 144 pgs. plus wonderful photographs. Signed by Author(s).

      [Bookseller: Appledore Books, ABAA]
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        A Village on a Hill.

      London: Ganymed Original Editions, 1966 - Excellent condition. Presented in a white wooden frame with UV protective glass. Two colour zinc lithograph on heavy wove paper. Sheet size: 96.5 x 63.5 cm. Edition of 75. Signed and dated lower left in red felt tip by Lowry. "A Village on a Hill" is Lowry's first and largest work in lithography and was printed from a zinc plate. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        'James Bond Alias Ian Fleming' by John Pearson contained within 'Life' magazine, Vol 61, Nos. 15-16, October 7 and 14, 1966.

      Time Inc., Chicago [1966]. 2 issues, price 35c per issue. Magazine format, illustrated, with fold-out poster covers. Address labels to upper (removed from second magazine). Near fine, sith some acceptable wear to spine of second magazine. Contains the first appearance of the opening chapters of Pearson's 'Life of Ian Fleming' biography, which was published simultaneously.This serial form has an additional long chapter on Pearson, plus a different choice of photographs, a change of title, and a striking poster cover of Fleming sitting in the famous 'Moonraker' Bentley. This was one of the defining images of the author, and one of the most famous 'Life' magazine covers of the sixties.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington]
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        EVERY BUILDING ON THE SUNSET STRIP

      (RUSCHA, EDWARD). Ruscha, Edward. EVERY BUILDING ON THE SUNSET STRIP. Los Angeles. 1966 (1970).: Self-Published, Second Printing 1/5000. 8vo. Leporello Wrappers in Slipcase. Artist's Book. Very Good - ./No Jacket - As Issued.. One continuous accordion-fold page composed of glued paper segments extending to 296 ½" in length housed in a white paper and silver Mylar-over-cardboard slipcase. "Every Building on the Sunset Strip" is Ed Ruscha's innovative 1966 photographic study that pictures sequentially each architectural facade on both the North and South sides of the fabled Sunset Strip from 8101 - the still extant Jaguar dealership - to 9156 - the late, great Schwab's Pharmacy. Pandora's Box lives! An internally bright, handsome example of the 1970 second printing (entry B4 in Siri Engberg's "Edward Ruscha: Editions 1959-1999", and whose 1966 edition is cited on pages 142-143 of Martin Parr and Gerry Badger's "The Photobook: A History Volume I", pages 198-199 of The Hasselblad Center's "The Open Book", and pages 182-185 of "The Book of 101 Books") limited to five thousand unnumbered copies showing a tiny crimp at the base of the spine along with soiling and a soft crease along the spine of the external wrappers. There is some trivial soiling and minor chipping to the white paper covering along the top and bottom edges of the slipcase accompanied by short separating tears at the corners of the aperture. The silver mylar overlay of the slipcase is still glossy. It has been priced accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 025720

      [Bookseller: Arcana: Books on the Arts]
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        THE CIRCLE GAME

      The paper issue. Octavo, white card covers with flaps, cover drawing in red by the author. pp (ii), 80, (4). Title page printed in red and black, repeating Atwood's spiral drawing. Slight yellowing to spine, covers, and page edges, else fine. There were 200 copies of the paper issue and 50 of the hardcover issue. This, Atwood's first major poetry collection, won the Govenor-General's Award for Poetry in 1966. It was the only Contact Press book to win a GG (Contact Press was the most important English language publisher of modernist poetry in Canada in its time). Scarce on the market these days. Binding: Softcover .

      [Bookseller: Steven Temple Books]
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        Old Maids Remember (2 Signed Typed Letters glued in)

      Peter Davies, London 1966 - A very good copy bound finely woven black paper-covered boards. Stamped brightly in gold on the spine. Vertical abrasion strips on the front and rear paste-downs where the dust jacket was once taped down. Name and date (Dorothy Bates/ Sept. 1966) in orange marker on the front endpaper. The jacket is good only with several closed tears, soiling, and beige tape strips along the edges of the flaps. This copy, however, has two typed letters signed by "Daphne du Maurier" and Daphne du Maurier Browning", respectively; the first is glued onto the title page, and the second is a full-page letter glued to page ix just after the Acknowledgments page. The first letter on the title page is 7 typed lines signed in ink: ‘Do ask Mr. Robinson of the Sowerby Bridge Public Library if he has a copy of my Fowey sister’s book, just out, called "Old Maids Remember." It is delightful, and you would love it, full of glimpses of our younger days, and amusing photographs of the three of us. With best wishes always, Yours very sincerely "Daphne du Maurier" (blue ink) The second letter after the acknowledgments is 17 typed lines signed in blue ink: "Daphne du Maurier Browning": "So glad you liked my sister’s book. I shall tell her when she next comes to lunch. She comes once a week, generally on Sundays, but she is a much busier person than I am, on her parish council, Conservative committees, good works, and does a tremendous amount locally. I love to fancy the three of us are a bit Bronte-ish as sisters, with Angela as Charlotte, myself the solitary one as Emily meeting no one (!) and Jeanne the youngest, who became Catholic, and draws so well, and is musical, is Anne! Keep up the sleuth-work over the Branwell note-book, and think of me next week surrounded by grandchildren and no doubt slipping away in to the woods now and again to get some peace! Yours very sincerely, "Daphne du Maurier Browning" (in bright blue ink) Angela du Maurier (1904 – 2002) was an English novelist who also wrote two volumes of autobiography, It's Only the Sister(1951) and Old Maids Remember. She was the sister of Daphne du Maurier. The eldest of three daughters of the famous actor-manager Sir Gerald du Maurier and actress Muriel Beaumont (maternal niece of William Comyns Beaumont), she was born in St Pancras, London. Her grandfather was the author and Punch cartoonist George du Maurier, who created the character of Svengali in the novel Trilby. Although three years older than her better known sisterDaphne, she outlived her by thirteen years. Originally aspiring to follow the family tradition of acting, she planned to be an actress and spent two seasons on the stage. She played Wendy Darling alongside both Gladys Cooper and Dorothy Dickson as Peter Pan. She worked on the land inCornwall during the war and travelled extensively in Europe. She later turned to writing, with the release of her earlier works coinciding with the publication of her sister's Rebecca and Jamaica Inn. Her works of fiction include The Road to Leenane, Pilgrims by the Way, The Perplexed Heart, Reveille and Treveryan. She lived at Ferryside, the family house in Cornwall, for most of her life. She died inWandsworth, London, aged 97. (Wikipedia) First Edition with "First Published 1966" on the copyright page and no subsequent printings listed. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Brainerd Phillipson Rare Books]
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        Alice I Underlandet [Alice's Adventures in Wonderland]

      Stockholm: Albert Bonniers Forlag, 1966.. FIRST JANSSON ILLUSTRATED EDITION. Octavo, pp.112. All text in Swedish. With frequent illustrations by Tove Jansson, some full page, including 11 in colour. In publisher's brown cloth with gilt titles to spine. With original colour-illustrated cream dust-jacket. Green endpapers. Jacket lightly browned; near-fine. A handsome Swedish edition of Carroll's 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland', illustrated by the celebrated creator of the Moomins.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        Alice I Underlandet. [Alice's Adventures in Wonderland].

      Stockholm: Albert Bonniers Forlag. 1966 - FIRST JANSSON ILLUSTRATED EDITION. Octavo, pp.112. All text in Swedish. With frequent illustrations by Tove Jansson, some full page, including 11 in colour. In publisher's brown cloth with gilt titles to spine. With original colour-illustrated cream dust-jacket. Green endpapers. Jacket lightly browned; near-fine. A handsome Swedish edition of Carroll's 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland', illustrated by the celebrated creator of the Moomins. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Ltd, PBFA, ABA, ILAB]
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        [THE VERY FIRST MASTER AND MARGARITA] Master i Margarita. Roman [i.e. Master and Margarita: A Novel]

      [In:] Moskva... #11, 1966; #1, 1967. Moscow: Gosudarstvennoe izdanie khudozhstvennoi literatury, 1966-1967. Pp. 6-127 (#11, 1966), pp.56-144 pp. (#1, 1967). 24,9x16 cm. In two issues, both in original printed wrappers, with marbled edges. Very good, spines neatly restored (but without lettering «Moskva», year and # of the issue on them), close tear of p.30 in issue #11 (restored), two close tears of lower margins in issue #1(restored), hardly noticeable restoration of two tiny tears of the front cover (#1). Scarce on the market. The first printed appearance of one of the most influential novels of the 20th century. Mikhail Bulgakov (1891-1940) started to work on his novel in 1928 but stopped writing four weeks before his death, leaving the novel with some unfinished sentences and loose ends. His wife made several attempts to publish the novel but was able to do it only during Khrushchev's Thaw. For the first time the novel was printed in the magazine «Moskva» (i.e. Moscow) with a preface by Konstantin Simonov, afterword by Abram Vulis. It was unexpected, because the magazine was not considered at that time a stronghold of free-thinking. The most liberal magazine of the time was «Noviy mir» (i.e. New World) by Tvardovsky that famously printed Solzhenitsyn. «Moskva» was quite the opposite of that but the circulation of it was 150 thousand, and it is understandable that the novel after that became widely known. Publication was made possible thanks to Vulis' monograph where he presented Bulgakov as a very Soviet writer. Vulis was ordered an afterword. According to the unwritten rules of the time, such publications should have been prefaced with ideologically correct comments. This was done not so much to enlighten the reader as to dull the vigilance of distrustful officials from the Censor Committee. The reader, they say, will be explained that the novel «Master and Margarita» is not «against Soviet power», but «about another.» Vulis understood perfectly what they wanted from him. The editorial board decided to publish the first part of the novel in the eleventh issue of the journal for 1966. That means to quietly wait for authorities' reaction. And if everything goes well, the end of the novel is given in the first issue for the year 1967. That's why preface and afterword, both important, are published with the first chapter - if the reaction was adverse and the second part was never published. According to the researchers, more than 14,000 words were withdrawn from the text (159 censor cuts, of them 138 from the second part). People responsible for the publication of the novel not only considered it possible to erase certain words and phrases from the author's text, but also to throw out whole pieces and episodes, sometimes on many pages (for example, Nikanor Ivanovich's dream, or the scene in Torgsin). Cuts were also made in order to put the novel in the place assigned to it in the magazine («in order to save more space»). When the novel was published in the «Moskva», Bulgakov's wife signed all the changes. This was Simonov's advice: the main thing was to publish the novel, in any form. It's amusing that in «samizdat» separate typewritten lists of notes appeared, that is all pieces of text absent in the magazine publication, with an exact indication of where each missed piece should be inserted. The activity of censorship was thus exposed and pointless.

      [Bookseller: Bookvica]
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        Alice I Underlandet. [Alice's Adventures in Wonderland].

      Stockholm: Albert Bonniers Forlag, 1966.. FIRST JANSSON ILLUSTRATED EDITION. Octavo, pp.112. All text in Swedish. With frequent illustrations by Tove Jansson, some full page, including 11 in colour. In publisher's brown cloth with gilt titles to spine. With original colour-illustrated cream dust-jacket. Green endpapers. Jacket lightly browned; near-fine. A handsome Swedish edition of Carroll's 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland', illustrated by the celebrated creator of the Moomins.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        EPITAPH - Karl Amadeus Hartmann. (= Band 1 der Richard P. Hartmann Bibliothek).

      München 1966. nicht paginiert, Druck auf 200 g. schwerem Hahnemühle-Bütten, Gr.-Fol. (ca. 37 x 47,5 cm), Original-Leinen (ohne Schutzumschlag), Einband etwas berieben und leicht fleckig, kleiner Bibliotheksstempel (\"ausgeschieden\") auf Vorsatz und Titel, Seiten teils etwas fleckig / gebräunt, ansonsten gut erhaltenes Exemplar, mit Beiträgen von Joan Miro, Marino Marini, Le Corbusier, HAP Grieshaber u.a., eines von 500 handnummerierten Exemplaren (Nr. 201), Versand D: 4,90 EUR

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Hagena & Schulte GbR]
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        Octopussy And The Living Daylights - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      Jonathan Cape, London 1966 - An attractive copy of the first edition/first printing in Fine condition in alike, bright dust-wrapper with printed price of 10s 6d. Signed by James Bond girl Maryam D'Abo on the title page; From Jamaica, paradise of sunshine and exotic fish, to Berlin, cold city of stealth, James Bond pursues two strangely heroic enemies of the Secret Service. The first is a dying major whose dwindling hoard of gold conceals an act of treachery and the second an assassin whose identity disturbs Bond's deadly aim. Basis for the James Bond movies Octopussy with Roger Moore, Bond-Girl Maud Adams and The Living Daylights starring Timothy Dalton and Bond-Girl Maryam d'Abo; 94, [2] pages; Signed by Biographee [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Books Tell You Why - ABAA/ILAB]
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        Le arti e gli stili in ogni tempo e paese

      Milano: Fabbri, Elite - Le arti e gli stili in ogni tempo e paese , 1966. Rilegato (hardback). Ottimo (Fine). Collana completa di n. 60 volumi, con illustrazioni a colori. Il Luigi XV - La pittura cinese - Le porcellane europee - Antiche giade - Lo smalto in Europa - Arte dell'Oceania - Gli avori in occidente - Tappeti d'oriente - Terrecotte precolombiane - Il Luigi XVI - Maschere africane - Gli arazzi - La Pop art - Bronzi cinesei - Maioliche dal Rinascimento ad oggi - Gli strumenti musicali nell'arte - L'oreficeria medioevale - Il tessuto nell'arte antica - La miniatura indiana - Dai Nuraghi agli etruschi, la scultura minore nell'Italia preromana - Gli argenti inglesi - Dal Direttorio all'Impero - I bronzetti del Rinascimento - Il ferro battuto - L'oreficeria nell'arte classica - Tappeti d'occidente - La decorazione rinascimentale - Ville antiche - La miniatura gotica - Il Rococò - L'arte del vetro dall'antichità al Rinascimento - Giardini d'occidente e d'oriente - Lacche orientali - Maioliche dell'Islam e del Medioevo occidentale - Ceramica greca - Gli orologi - La miniatura rinascimentale - Il peltro - I manifesti - L'arte del vetro dal Rinascimento ai giorni nostri - Ville moderne - Armi in occidente - Oreficieria dal Rinascimento al Liberty - La decorazione nell'età barocca - Lo stile1925 - Gli ebanisti del Luigi XV - Ceramiche e porcellane cinesi - L'arredamento spagnolo - Gli argenti italiani - Arredamento moderno - Gli ebanisti del Luigi XVI - Scultura lignea nel mondo latino -Miniatura romanica - Armi in oriente - Scenografia italiana dal Rinascimento all'età romantica - Scultura lignea nel mondo nordico - Il Luigi XIV - Gli ebanisti del XIX secolo - Metalli islamici. 16mo. pp. 158 ogni volume. Ottimo (Fine). .

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico MArini]
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        Cineraccio.

      Mardersteig per i Cento amici del libro,, Verona, 1966 - Cm. 30, pp. 65 (5). Con 19 acquaforti di Orfeo Tamburi entro e fuori testo. Legatura edit. in cartoncino con titoli impressi. Entro custodia. Perfetta conservazione, in stato di nuovo. Pregevole edizione in tiratura limitata di 118 esemplari numerati e firmati da Sanminiatelli (ns. n. II).

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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        The Story of Ferdinand

      New York: The Viking Press, 1966. 31st printing. Thin 4to. Pictorial orange cloth. Illustrated throughout. A fine copy in the reinforced library binding. The dustwrapper is near fine with light rubbing at the edges and folds, two tiny closed marginal tears. It is unclipped at the bottom, showing the library price of $2.57. Inscribed on the front free endpaper "For Donna, with best wishes of Ferdinand and Munro Leaf." And with a sketch of a little girl (presumably Donna), a sketch of Ferdinand, and a sketch of the author. A later hand has added the date of March 15, 1967. Fine / Near fine.

      [Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA]
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        IL COLOMBRE E ALTRI CINQUANTA RACCONTI

      MONDADORI, 1966. ITALIANO 0,44 N. 145 della collana, pagine leggermente brunite ai bordi causa tempo, coperta in cartonato editoriale, con cifre d'oro al piatto e titoli al dorso, piccolo segno di usura alle punte, sovraccoperta illustrata, scolorita al dorso, ingiallita e con usura ai bordi USATO

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        Wide Sargasso Sea.

      Andre Deutsch, London 1966 - First edition this "tour de force" (New York Times Book Review). Octavo, original cloth. Signed by Jean Rhys. Fine in a near fine dust jacket with a touch of rubbing. Introduction by Francis Wyndham. Jacket design by Eric Thomas. Rare and desirable signed. Wide Sargasso Sea, a masterpiece of modern fiction, was Jean Rhys's return to the literary center stage. She had a startling early career and was known for her extraordinary prose and haunting women characters. With Wide Sargasso Sea, her last and best-selling novel, she ingeniously brings into light one of fiction's most fascinating characters: the madwoman in the attic from Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre. This mesmerizing work introduces us to Antoinette Cosway, a sensual and protected young woman who is sold into marriage to the prideful Mr. Rochester. Rhys portrays Cosway amidst a society so driven by hatred, so skewed in its sexual relations, that it can literally drive a woman out of her mind. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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