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        Oltre la pittura. 17 giugno - 2 ottobre 1966, Palazzo Grassi - Venezia, Centro Internazionale delle Arti e del Costume.

      (Milano, Rizzoli Grafica 1966). 21,5 x 21,5 cm. Tit., 14 n. gez. Bll. (Text), 21 beidseitig bedruckte Bildtaf. (dav. 11 farb.), 1 Bl. mit 1 photogr. Porträt des Künstlers u. 3 Illustr. im Textteil. sowie einer 10-seit. Brosch. (mit Übersetzung des Textteils ins Franz., Engl. u. Dt.) als Beilage. Rotes OLn. m. weißgepr. Rückentitel sowie farbig illustr., transparentem Kunststoffumschlag. Umschlag etw. abgegriffen u. berieben sowie m. größerer Fehlstelle u. Einriß; Text u. Tafeln sauber. Katalog der Ausstellung `Über die Malerei hinaus` mit malerischen, graphischen u. bildhauerischen Werken des surrealistischen Künstlers aus den Jahren 1929-1965. Im Textteil mit Beiträgen von Paolo Marinotti u. Franco Russoli sowie Max Ernst. - Von Max Ernst eigenhändig signiert. Versand D: 15,00 EUR Kunst, Ausstellungskataloge, Surrealismus, Widmungsexemplare

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        THE SERENE SEVERITIES OF TYPOGRAPHY

      [Middletown, CT]: Art Laboratory Wesleyan University, 1966. Small quarto. Cloth and paper over boards, printed label. Narrow loss from left corner of cover label, touching the 'T', a couple of minor rubs, otherwise about fine. First edition in book form. One of thirty copies only, set and printed by hand in Bembo types as a class undertaking: "... printed by the hands of the following on a Washington press, Karl Furstenburg, Alan Thorndike, Bruce Hartman, Wendy Cowie, Kristine Blum, James Patrick, Jeri Cantliffe, James Ruby." This copy (#5) bears Paul Horgan's affectionate year-of- printing presentation inscription to two close Middletown friends and collaborators. One of the author's scarcest publications, even within geographical proximity of its origin. OCLC locates five copies" Yale, Newberry, Swarthmore, SMU, and BM Lyon. KRAFT A35.

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        THE GREAT POLYGLOT BIBLES INCLUDING A LEAF FROM THE COMPLUTENSIAN OF ALCALÁ, 1514-17

      San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1966. Folio, tan quarter leather, marbled paper boards with leather/gilt title label at front board, later removable clear protective wrap; dark violet cloth-covered box with illustrated label pasted-down at front board, title at spine; hand-made printed paper wraps bound-in, the work printed on rag paper in up to three colours, with woodcut illustrations. Complutensian leaf in three languages. Limited to 400 copies. Book with tiny soil near foot of spine, box with just very slight wear at extremities, and faint tape-mark in margin. Original prospectus (folded, a little marked) enclosed. Hard Cover.

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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.

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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. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Le rime.

      Officina Bodoni, 1966. Cm. 21,5, pp. 110 (6). Frontespizio e colophon stampati a due colori. Legatura edit. in pergamena rigida con impressioni in oro. Taglio di testa dorato ed acetato di protezione. Entro custodia. Perfetta conservazione, in stato di nuovo. Edizione a cura di Gianfranco Contini stampata in soli 175 al torchio su carta distinta e numerati (ns. n. 67).

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        Menachem Begin letter to a member of the Freedom Movement Party

      Israel: , September 13, 1966. Israel, September 13, 1966. 6" x 8". "Typed letter signed ""M. Begin"", in Hebrew, as member of the Israeli Knesset, one page, 6"" x 8"", September 13, 1966, on letterhead of the Knesset, to a Mr. Baruch Werkstal of the Freedom Movement Party. ""Please accept my thanks for your attractive proposal. To my great regret, I cannot accept it, but I very much appreciate your having contacted me. With best wishes for a Happy New Year"". Fine."

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        Ezra Pound's Cavalcanti Poems

      [Verona]: A New Directions Book [Printed by the Officina Bodoni], (1966), 1966. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Fine. 4to - over 9" - 12" tall. 108 p. Signed by Translator. Limited edition of 190 copies for sale in the U.S., Great Britain and Italy, this being no. 78 (plus 10 on Japanese paper); SIGNED by Ezra Pound on the colophon page. Guido Cavalcanti (ca. 1255 - 1300) is regarded as the first major poet of Italian literatue and was the best friend of Dante Alighieri; he was a character in Boccaccio's Decameron, and influenced writers as recently as 1861 with Dante Gabriel Rossetti - from there he had an influence on Ezra Pound, an admirer of Rossetti. In 1912 Pound first published his translations of Cavalcanti's work, with another publication in 1932. Pound's main focus was on Cavalcanti's philosophy of love and light, and this focus had a further influence on Pound's friend and fellow modernist T.S. Eliot. (N.B., above information from Wikipedia.) This edition of 1966, exquisitely printed by the Officina Bodoni, includes Pound's translations with two pages of Notes at the end, the Introduction to the Edition of 1912, and two essays entitled "Mediaevalism" and "The Other Dimension", with an Index at the rear. ***DESCRIPTION: Gold laid paper boards with a vellum spine, the initials "EP" in outline in gilt on the front, gilt lettering on the spine, title page in rust and black, printed in Dante type on Pescia paper, quarto size (approximately 11.25" tall), pagination: (1)-106, blank, colophon with printer's device in red, signature of Ezra Pound above the limitation statement; limited edition of 190 copies on paper, this no. 78. Original clear glassine wrap present, encased on a grey cardboard slipcase with a paper label on the front. ***CONDITION: Fine, with a strong, square text block, solid hinges, perfectly straight corners with no rubbing, the interior is clean and bright, and it is entirely free of prior owner markings; the original glassine wrap is also fine, as is the slipcase. ***POSTAGE: International customers, please note that additional postage may apply as the standard does not always cover costs; please contact us for details. ***Swan's Fine Books is pleased to be a member of the ABAA, ILAB and IOBA and we stand behind every book we sell. Please contact us with any questions you may have, we are here to help.

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        BROCKHAUS Enzyklopädie in zwanzig Bänden (+ 5 Erg.-Bdn.).

       Wiesbaden, F.A. Brockhaus 1966-81. 17. völlig neubearb. Aufl. des grossen Brockhauses. Bde. 1-25. Lex.-8°. Mit ca. 225.000 Stichwörtern und 27.000 Abb., 800 Karten. OHLdr. m. Rückensch. u. Rückengoldpräg. Vors. gestemp.Seemann 86 - Komplette Ausgabe mit den 20 Grundbänden und allen 5 Ergänzungsbänden: Kartenbd., 3 Bde. Ergänzung, Bildwörterbuch d. dt. Sprache. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Lexika

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        THE CRYSTAL WORLD

      London: Jonathan Cape, [1966]. First edition. Wonderful wrap around dust jacket from a Max Ernst painting. A fine copy, previous owners name to front free end paper in a fine dust jacket with some slight edge rubbing. (10700). Octavo, boards. Signed by the author on the title page. Author's fourth novel. Nebula award nominee, 1966. Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 4-26.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        Le masque

      Maeght Editeur, 1966, in-4, non paginé, à l'italienne, emboitage à image collée, cartonnage éditeur, jaquette illustrée sous rhodoïd, Première édition. Exemplaire de l'édition courante après 300 de l'édition originale. L'ouvrage comprend deux essais : un par Butor intitulé "Le Masque" et un de Rosenberg intitulé "L'art world de Steinberg". La majorité de l'ouvrage est dédiée à la reproduction des illustrations de Saul Steinberg (1914-1999), reproduites en couleurs, et photographiées par Inge Morath. Bel exemplaire.

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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. 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?] during the winter. Who cal tell - if we live right! maybe!! I just live from day to day with no plan. One day she is better - next way down, as yesterday, Laura is off ----- somewhere sitting in the Adriatic which she adores. I don't want her back until she is completely rested. You are so right about Ann. If she would only send me something-- anything on paper now that there is time for me to pay attention. Please call her at Stamford-203-322-6026 and see if you are more successful than I have been. We are having an economic correction, over 80 people here for five days from all over the world. Also a friend of Milton G. and Arnold W. Mr. Bennett for a few days. So good to hear news from ----Did you find a birthday present for Miss Moore? I would love to get or send her something but have not been to Genoa to shop in five months. There is nothing here she would look at. Not even a --- except Massimo. Tell here I would ship him over if he did not have to go to Rome for college. How wonderful about Mary --- this may be the cure she needs and end your deep concern what mysterious answers in life. No word of Joyce-- would like to know how to write her. I think --- is in Mexico or later Canada with Helen. I treasure our short time this summer. Love to my darlins, Lillian"8 GISH, LILLIAN. Autograph letter signed "Lillian" to Anita Loos, 1 page on The Comedians letterhead (which lists the actors involved in the project: Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Alec Guiness, Peter Ustinov, Paul Ford and Lillian Gish (film of the novel by Graham Greene)). Franstudio Saint-Maurice, Val-de-Marne, February 12, 1967. Loos estate stamp, quarto." Dear Anita: Before I leave this Turkish bath in 48 hours I want you to know that work and heat have kept me from sending word, other than postals, to you, Gladys and Miss Moore. I am so glad you are not here. On Wednesday when we had been working for 3 days (Posto Nove), Richard Burton took the temperature where we were playing our scenes. I was 138 in the sun and lights. Even when we work all night it is over 100 at midnight with a hot wind blowing dust. I will have been here six weeks when I leave for Lagos Nigeria to take the night plane for Rome. Then to Geneva at 10 next morning. Dorothy has had another bad spell. Flu with fever. She is less than 70 pounds now. It has been a time of trouble for me knowing I could not get to her. T.G. I will be at Villa ----at noon the 15th. All my love darlins. Lillian."9 Autograph Letter Signed, 2 pages, quarto, letterhead of The Grand Hotel Bristol, Rapallo [Italy], dated Sept 1, [no year], folded for mailing, else fine. Loos estate stamp. "Anita darling: how I wish I could call you and give the good news that Dorothy is better! Still weak and very frail, refusing all solid food. We fight to get liquids down her throat. She lost over 16 pounds and on this baby food, very little at that, I cannot say when she will be strong again. But she goes about the room and has been in the garden three times.Ann left at two on Monday for Milan. I hope she has a happy time in Paris and London, as it was dreary enough for her here, but I had to be at Chiara constantly. The time with you, Gladys and Miss Moore was Paradise for us compared to the hell of Rapallo. And [ ? Monticatem ] was a dream. It would [page two] be wonderful if we could make it a happy habit. Tom telephoned that he would come here from Venice. He had a frightful cold and his writing about the film festival sounds low in key, the gurus, I hope, not his health. Have no idea how long I will be here. Dorothy's strength and Laura's ----- will tell me when it is safe to leave her. Wish I could be home when your book is published. Will try to come back through London and see "The King's Mare." Give Gladys and Miss Moore my love. How I wish you were all here. Masimo returns from Greece tomorrow, and Andrea won first prize in Copenhagen. Ann adored their father and mother. Now she has two new doctors. All my love pet, till I see you, Devotedly, Lillian. And thanks again for being the angel that you are. What happened to Dickie?"Three promotional photos, 8 by 10, glossy, black and white, no photographers credited, fine condition: 1) The two Gish sisters, standing shoulder to shoulder, clasping hands, full length 2) Anita Loos and her second husband John Emerson (as identified in a penciled note on verso)-- Anita reclining on a chaise lounge, reading what looks like a script; Emerson sitting next to her in a cane chair writing on a tablet 3) Anita Loos and John Emerson standing in a garden, Loos holding a bouquet of roses, possibly a wedding photo?

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        Death of a Naturalist

      Faber and Faber, London., 1966. First edition. Octavo. 57 pages. The author's first regularly published book, containing 34 poems.Contemporary (1966 ) gift inscription on front free endpaper. Very good indeed in very good, price-clipped dustwrapper rubbed at the edges and faded at the spine.

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        Brockhaus Enzyklopädie 17.Auflage Halbleder, 20 Bände (A-Z) | neuwertig (mit SU)

      F.A. Brockhaus 1966-1974, Wiesbaden - Brockhaus Enzyklopädie. Siebzehnte (17.) völlig neubearbeitete Auflage. Komplett in 20 Bänden (A-Z). Halblederausgabe: Schwarze Echtlederrücken mit rotem Rückenschild & Goldprägungen; Kopfgoldschnitt. Format ca. 24,5 x 18 cm. Exemplar - neuwertig (mit SU): Alle Bände in den blauen Schutzumschlägen. Überdurchschnittliche Erhaltung (bestenfalls 10% der heute erhältlichen Exemplare dieser Auflage haben diese Qualität). Innen tadelloses, vollständiges Exemplar. An den Bänden sind äußerlich kaum Gebrauchsspuren feststellbar (nur vereinzelt minimale Bereibungen/Kratzer an Kopfgoldschnitt/Einband, kleinere Anschmutzungen am Buchschnitt etc.). Die Umschläge - ihrer Funktion entsprechend - mit einigen Gebrauchsspuren (wie Bestoßungen, kleineren Einrissen usw). ••• Die Bilder 2 ff. sowie weitere Informationen zu dieser Auflage finden Sie wie immer auf unseren eigenen Internetseiten. ••• 45000 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Paris, 7. X. 1966. - 1 S. 4to. Mit eh. adr. Kuvert. An Haim Gamzou (1910-1982), den Direktor des Kunstmuseums in Tel Aviv, über seine Arbeiten für den Staats-Saal des Knesset-Baus und für die Metropolitan Opera in New York: "Dank für den Brief. Ich kam aus Amerika hierher, wo ich ihn erhielt. Ich hatte schon gedacht, ob Ihr Chagall vielleicht ein wenig vergessen habt [.] Ich hatte leider nicht die Möglichkeit, zur Eröffnung der Knesset nach Jerusalem zu kommen. Aber es ist besser, wenn die drei Gobelins fertig werden, welche ich der Knesset schenken werde, um das Soll dort zu erfüllen. Ich war inzwischen in Amerika, wo ich bei der Installation der beiden großen Wandbilder in der Neuen Metropolitan Opera anwesend sein musste. Nun muss ich im Januar [.] leider noch einmal nach Amerika fahren, wo ich noch an Mozarts 'Zauberflöte' Hand anlege. Ich bin einverstanden mit dem, was Ihr Euch noch für Euer Buch vorgenommen habt. Ich habe Furcht, dass Euer Enthusiasmus für mich möglicherweise ein wenig nachlassen könnte [.] Wer weiß. Bin ich doch der Champion des Zweifels [.] Ich bin sehr einverstanden damit, dass ein neues Museum für Tel Aviv geplant ist. Das alte ist zu klein geworden [.]" (Übersetzung aus dem Jiddischen). - Für den am 16. IX. 1966 eröffneten Neubau der "Met" hatte Chagall zwei große Wandbilder in der Eingangshalle geschaffen. Für die Knesset schuf er neben Bodenmosaiken auch drei große Wandteppiche, die am 18. VI. 1969 enthüllt wurden. Eine vollständige Übersetzung liegt bei. - Leicht knittrig; kleines Loch außerhalb des Textes.

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        International Conference on Luminescence Budapest 1966

      Budapest: Hungarian Academy of Sciences/Eotvos Lorand Physical Society, 1966. All but Abstracts state Preprints. Soft cover. Good. 13 vols. with various paginations. 21 cm. Paperbacks. Owner's signature on covers of 11 of the 13 volumes. Spines a little worn. Spine on Supplement volume torn top and bottom. Ink notes on back cover of one volume. A little light soiling to covers but insides clean. From the first International Conference on Luminescence. Includes: A) General Problems of Luminescence 1. General Problems of Organic Luminescent Materials. B) The Luminescence of Organic and Amorphous Materials 2) Long Duration Luminescence Processes 3) Intra- and Intermolecular Engergy Transfer Phenomena 4) Special Problems on Organic Luminescence C) The Luminescence of Inorganic Materials 5) Luminescence of Halogenides Vols. I & II 6) Luminescence of Sulphides Vols. I & II 7. Luminescence of Oxyphosphors 8. Miscellaneous Inorganic Luminophors D) Special Problems in Luminescence 9. Rare Earth Activated Luminophors 10. Electroluminescence and Injection Phenomena 11. Application of Luminescence. Supplement volume. Abstracts Vols. I & II.

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        TERRE D'IMAGES.; JOURNAL BIMENSUEL D'INFORMATION DES ARTS ET TECHNIQUES PHOTOGRAPHIQUES

      Paris: Éditions Michel Brient, 1966. First editions. Folios and 8vos, varying paginations from approximately 140 pp. ( Issues 1 -6), 8 pp. to 12 pp. ( Issues 7 - 30) and 50 pp. (Issues 31 - 33), illustrated from b&w photographs. 32 issues as follows:Issue No. 1, Jan/Feb. 1964 through Issue No. 23, 1 April 1966, and Issue No. 25, 6 May 1966 through Issue No. 33, November 1966. A long and nearly complete run, lacking No. 24. Issues 1 - 6 are bound in blue buckram with the original wrappers bound-in. Issues 7 - 30 are tabloid folios which were originally folded in quarters for mailing. Issues 31 - 33 are 8vos. with photo-illustrated stiff wrappers. A good set with moderate soiling to a few wrappers, a faint dampstain along the lower edge of Nos. 26 and 30, and a few creased corners. Founded as by Michel Brient in 1964 with Jean Adhémar, the Chief Curator of the Department of Prints and Photography at the Bibliotheque Nationale de France; by issue No. 7, the editorship passed to J. L. Swiners. With issue No. 30 it became a monthly, and ceased with No. 33. As the title suggests, photojournalistic photographers were largely featured in articles and portfolios. Each issue included brief reviews of major exhibitions and new publications. Issues 1 - 33, lacking only 1 issue.

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        And the Barbarians Captured the Beloved Country (in) Don Bell Reports: A Weekly Commentary

      (Palm Beach, Florida: MARAH, 1966. Good. First edition. Two volumes. Small quartos. Unpaged. Stapled printed wrappers. Bound with the title "The Barbarians" on the front cover of each volume. Newsletter: Year 12, Issues 25 - 62 and Year 13, issues 1-53. Some lacing to the wrappers from some insect depredation, stapled reinforced with tape on Volume One, else sound and good or better. Far right wing and zealous religious newsletter that contains the serial article And the Barbarians Captured the Beloved Country in 80 parts. According to the first issue in the series from 1954 the Newsletter was "A weekly commentary, methods of survival if the red terror should strike."

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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.

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        Comédies et actes divers

      Les éditions de minuit 1966 - - Les éditions de minuit, Paris 1966, 12x19cm, broché. - Edition originale sur papier courant. Envoi autographe signé de Samuel Beckett à Gaetan Picon. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] first edition on plain paper. Signed autograph signed by Samuel Beckett to Gaetan Picon. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        MUSAEI, LEXICON

      Georg Olms, 1966. GRECO 0,21 Doppio frontespizio, prefazione in latino, pagine lievemente ingiallite da fattore tempo, rilegatura in tutta tela bordeaux con titoli d'oro al piatto ed al dorso, dorso che è leggermente scolorito, lieve usura ai bordi USATO

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        Aspen/The Magazine in a Box Volume One, Number Three: The Pop Art Issue

      Roaring Fork Press, NY 1966 - Box has some light wear to the extremities and the inevitable splitting to the folds at the spine, but is otherwise nice with just the lightest rubbing to the front panel. All multiples present and in fine condition including the subscription form and ads. What started as a multimedia magazine produced to highlight the cultural and recreational offerings of Aspen Colorado took on a life of its own starting with issue three designed by Andy Warhol and David Dalton to resemble a box of Fab laundry detergent. From this point on, the magazine became an experimental artists' magazine ranging in theme from Minimalism to the Far East, all following the usual format of containing a multitude of items that included, flexi discs, pamphlets, and super eight films among other items. Allen, Gwen. Artists' Magazines: An Alternative Space For Art page 240-1.

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        Why Is There Something Rather Than Nothing? Prolegomena to the Phenomenology of Cosmic Creation

      Van Gorcum & Comp 1966 - This is an ex-library book with most of the usual markings. Otherwise, the hardcover book is near very good with shelfwear, bumped corners and some fading to the lower half of the spine. There is no dust jacket (I don't know if it was issued with one). A nice example of a scarce book. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Collected Scientific Papers of Paul A. Samuelson. Volumes I.

      MIT Press, Cambridge, MA 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. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Fore-Edge Painting. A Historical Survey of a Curious Art in Book Decoration (Signed)

      New York: Harvey House, Inc, 1966. First Edition. Hard Cover with Dust Jacket. Fine/About Fine. SIGNED AND NUMBERED "COPY #102" ON TITLE PAGE BY CARL J. WEBER. ALSO SIGNED AND INSCRIBED ON HALF TITLE PAGE BY CARL J. WEBER. Quite a handsome copy, in a near fine dust jacket.

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        Against interpretation, and other essays

      Farrar, Straus & Giroux - B0006BN2TE Signed with gift inscription "To Joe- with Love- Susan Feb 1966". Dust jacket is quite worn with a lot of scuffing and soiling. There are some chips and closed tears along the edges but now in protective sleeve. Aside from the inscription the pages are mildly tanned but unmarked. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Sämtliche Werke, Schriften und Briefe. Herausgegeben von Walter Keitel und Helmuth Nürnberger. 4 Abteilungen. Abteilung 1: Sämtliche Romane, Erzählungen, Gedichte, Nachgelassenes (7 Bände. Lizenzausgabe für die Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft). Abteilung 2: Wanderungen durch die Mark Brandenburg (3 Bände). Abteilung 3: Briefe (5 Bände in 6 Bänden). Abteilung 4: Aufsätze, Kritiken, Erinnerungen, Tagebücher (5 Bände in 6 Bänden, teils Lizenzausgaben für die WBG).

      München, Hanser 1966-1997. Mischauflage (1966-1997). 22 Bände. 19 x 11,5 cm. Original-Leinen, teils mit Schutzumschlägen, teils mit Original-Kartonschubern. Schutzumschläge teils mit leichten Gebrauchsspuren, Rücken der Bände ohne Schutzumschläge teils ein wenig angestaubt und verblasst. Kleine private Bibliotheksnummer und Besitzeintrag jeweils auf Vorsatz aller Bände der Abteilung 4. Versand dieser Bücher nur innerhalb der Europäischen Union. The books will not be shipped to any destination outside the European Union. Briefe, Literatur 19. Jh., Werkausgaben

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        Octopussy and the Living Daylights [James Bond short stories]

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1966.. FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE. Octavo, pp.95. In publisher's dark grey cloth-effect paper over boards in pictorial wrapper. Original price, 10s.6d., printed to front flap. SIGNED BY ROGER MOORE with added 'Best wishes' and '007' motif. A clean, fine copy, housed in an elegant leather-spined clamshell box First published in Britain on 23rd June 1966, this is the final original James Bond book from his creator Ian Fleming, containing two short adventures; the title novella plus 'The Living Daylights'. These were later successfully filmed by EON productions with Bond played by Roger Moore (Octopussy, 1983) and Timothy Dalton (The Living Daylights, 1987).

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        Firenze I Giorni del Diluvio

      G. C. Sansoni Editore, FIRENZE 1966 - ITALIANO Prefazione di Enrico Mattei. Legatura editoriale tutta tea illustrata con titolo al piatto e al dorso, copertina rigida con lievi segni di uso, risguardie illustrate, interno ottimamente conservato, volume corredato con numerose illustrazioni fotografiche in bianco e nero anche a piena e a doppia pagina

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        Comédies et actes divers

      first edition on plain paper. Signed autograph signed by Samuel Beckett to Gaetan Picon. Les éditions de minuit Paris 1966 12x19cm broché

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        Fore-Edge Painting. A Historical Survey of a Curious Art in Book Decoration (Signed)

      Harvey House, Inc, New York 1966 - SIGNED AND NUMBERED "COPY #102" ON TITLE PAGE BY CARL J. WEBER. ALSO SIGNED AND INSCRIBED ON HALF TITLE PAGE BY CARL J. WEBER. Quite a handsome copy, in a near fine dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        EROI SU COMMISSIONE

      LA TRIBUNA, PIACENZA 1966 - GALASSIA ITALIANO N.71 della collana diretta da Ugo Malaguti, pagine brunite ai bordi causa tempo e con lieve fioritura, brossura editoriale illustrata, morbida, con fioritura e segni di usura al dorso

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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

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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]

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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.

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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]

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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.

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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.

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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]

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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]

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        Five Poets

      Library of Congress, (Washington D.C.) 1966 - 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. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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