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        HOUSE OF BONDAGE: A South African Black Man Exposes in His Own Pictures and Words the Bitter Life of His Homeland Today

      New York: Random House. Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket. 1967. Hardcover. With Thomas Flaherty, Introduction by Joseph Lelyveld. Tan cloth boards, gilt lettering front and spine, well-illustrated with b&w photographs. A Ridge Press Book. This copy signed on the title page: Best wishes, / Ernest Cole. ; 8-1/2" x 12"; 191 pp; Signed by Author; Book has little wear, no tears or writing apart from the signature. Jacket with slight wear and toning along bottom edge, price clipped, in clear protective cover. .

      [Bookseller: Andrew Langer, Bookseller]
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        Armorial General (2 Vol) / Illustrations to .. (2 Vol.) / Supplement to the ... (9 Vol.):

      Reprinted by Heraldry Today, London 1967-1972.. . 14 Volumes (2 and 3 and 9) in Faksimile Reprint! In french language, en francais, in französischer Sprache, je Ed. Heraldry Today, London 1967-1972. 1-2: Armorial General precede d'un Dictionnaire des termes du Blason par J.B. Rietstap (Tome I and II, reproduced from the 2nd engl. Edition 1887, 2nd reprint-impression 1972, 1149 and 1316 pages, 8°, cloth, ExLibris, bit spotted, else fine). 3-5: V. & H. V. Rolland's Illustrations to the Armorial General by J.-B. Rietstap (Tome I, II, III, IV, V, VI (in 3 books) reproduced from the 1903/26 edition, 1967, each 300-400 pages, b-w-illus., 4°, cloth, ExLibris, bit spotted, minim bestoßen, else fine). 6-14: V. & H. V. Rolland's Supplement to the Armorial general by J.-B. Rietstap, Vol. I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX (1st Edition Paris/The Hague 1904-1954, 2nd edition Heraldry Today 1969-1971, 8°, cloth., 187, 623, 928, 372, 405, 352, 340, 217 pages, b-w-illus, few books tiny bit spotted, else find eand as new).

      [Bookseller: Cassiodor Antiquariat]
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        Small, fantastic Archive of signed and inscribed books, audio-files of Desmond O'Grady reading (on CD) and an original, locally produced film portrait (on a small, limited numbers on DVD's only) and an inscribed 5-page essay by Desmond O'Grady on "Beckett in Paris" as well as an original photograph by John Minihan, showing Desmond O'Grady at his future graveside in Kinsale, stating to John Minihan "John, i will be here forever". Wonderful and rare association archive from the library of irish Beckett-photographer John Minihan and irish poet Adam Wyeth. [Includes the signed and inscribed copies of 1.The Road Taken (Poems 1956 - 1996) / 2. Hellas (1971) / 3. The Dark Edge of Europe - Poems (1967) / 4. His Scaldcrane's Nest (1979) / 5. The Hea

      Kinsale, 1967 - Kinsale, 1967-2002. 8°. 487, 98, 14, 85, 51, 5 pages. / The photograph of O'Grady mounted and signed by John Minihan verso. Original Hardcover / Softcover editions with original dustjackets (if asked for). Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. The CD covers broken and scratched. The photograph in excellent condition. Seamus Heaney said about Desmond O'Grady: "Desmond O’Grady is one of the senior figures in Irish Literary life, exemplary in the way he has committed himself over the decades to the vocation of poetry and has lived selflessly for the art." Sprache: English Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. The CD covers broken and scratched. The photograph in excellent condition. Original Hardcover / Softcover editions with original dustjackets (if asked for). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Time Traveller's Bookshop Ltd.]
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        ORIGINAL PROTEST FLYERS FOR "CANDLE OPERA - A FREE DIGGERS SHOW, PART OF THE SPRING MOBILIZATION" & "JOYFUL ALTERNATIVE PEACE POETS DANCE"

      San Francisco: Spring Mobilization Committee To End The War, 1967. A pair of illustrated flyers used to advertise anti-war protests during the Spring of 1967. The events advertised were the 'Candle Opera' and the 'Joyful Alternative Peace Poets Dance,' held between April 13-14, 1967 with the intention of leading up to the Spring Mobilization to End the War in Vietnam demonstration on April 15th. The Spring Mobilization, or Spring Mobe, was part of the nationwide protest against the war in Vietnam, organized in November 1966 to sponsor antiwar demonstrations in the Spring of 1967. Two mass demonstrations were planned, one in New York City and the other in San Francisco. On April 15, 1967 more than 125,000 people marched against the war in New York; in San Francisco 60,000 people demonstrated. Up until this time, the Spring Mobilization was the largest anti-war demonstration in our country's history. The 'Candle Opera' was a Diggers-sponsored event in the panhandle of Golden Gate State Park. The flyer notes "candles, incense, and love" as part the event, along with musical performances by Country Joe and The Fish, New Age, Mad River, All Night Apothecary, Morning Glory, Moebius, and other bands. Although his name is not mentioned anywhere on the flyer, Richard Brautigan was reading poetry that night, and is credited with conceiving the name of the event. Brautigan, who collaborated on a number of events with the Diggers throughout the 1960's, is prominently mentioned on the flyer for the 'Joyful Alternative Peace Poets Dance.' He participated by reading poetry at the event, which ran from 8:00 PM - 2:00 AM at California Hall, 425 Polk Street, San Francisco, a large building owned by the German-American Association. No copies listed in OCLC. Rare pieces of paper and interesting relics of Haight-Ashbury's heyday, desirable both to collectors of Brautigan material as well as those interested in the history of the anti-war movement. The 'Candle Opera' flyer measures 8 X 10.5 inches, original xerox on white paper, with print on recto; Near Fine, with a little even toning to the paper and the upper left corner creased. The flyer for the 'Joyful Alternative' measures 8.5 X 11 inches, a single mimeographed sheet printed recto and verso in red and black on pale green paperstock. Recto displays artwork and design by Kenneth Patchen, with the verso printing a map of mobilization points, endorsements, and partial list of sponsors. Near Fine, with some toning and creasing at the extremities and a single, nearly invisible pinhole. Provenance: From the collection of John Bryan, editor of the L.A. Free Press and publisher of the the far left Open City Newspaper.

      [Bookseller: Captain Ahab's Rare Books]
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        Hell's Angels: A Strange and Terrible Saga (Modern Library)

      New York: Random House, 1967. 275 Pages. A small bookseller label on the back endpaper. No other defects noted. Beautiful black cloth with embossed silver motorcycle decoration on the front. Top page edges are black. Red and silver lettering on the spine. Interior text is flawless. Dust jacket is price clipped and light wear to edges. The story began for Hunter Thompson in a sleazy San Francisco dive, where he met some of the Angels, but from there it took unpredictable shifts as he personally became more and more involved with violence- finally pushing his luck too far. The book reads like a novel, with exciting tales and life-size characters: Charger Charley the Child Molester, Big Frank who jerks out eyeballs, the woman who feels a faint burning in her nerves every time she hears a motorcycle; Tiny, the Angels' enforcer, who earns his living as a bill collector; latent homosexuals, runaway virgins, Mama Lorraine, auctioned off for twelve cents; and a mind-spinning finale of hired private gunmen, country toughs, a giddy chamber of commerce, capacity crowd of bystanders, detectives, vigilantes, and fired-up cops. This book is part of a broad comment on the modern tendency to violence. But it is also a book to read for pure entertainment- written with energy and the intensity and excitement of a man who can't slow down. And neither will the reader, as the outlaws sweep past like a burst of dirty thunder. . First Printing Stated on Copyright Page. Hard Back. Near Fine/Very Good. Illus. by Davidovich, Jaime - Design. 5 3/4" x 8 1/2".

      [Bookseller: Dons Book Store]
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        At Ease

      Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc, 1967. First edition. Frontispiece photograph of Eisenhower's parents. 400 pp. 1 vols. Black cloth, glassine. First edition. Frontispiece photograph of Eisenhower's parents. 400 pp. 1 vols. From Uncle Ike. Inscribed on special label "At Ease/ Published June 16, 1967/ Gettysburgh, Pennsylvania." Tipped in "For: Milton S. Eisenhower Jr/ with warm regards/ Uncle Ike."

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
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        ANDY WARHOL'S INDEX (BOOK)

      New York: Random House, 1967. First edition. Near Fine. 4to. 11" x 8.25". pp. [68] plus pictorial endpapers. Cloth-backed boards with holographic cover. A Near Fine example of this notoriously fragile production. Boards are bright and sharp; pages clean. Main faults are typical: balloon perished with attendant offsetting and adhesion of surrounding pages, as in all copies; lacking uncommon original plastic sleeve. Otherwise all remaining elements present and functional. All pop-ups work, including the accordion (which retains its squeak!). Interview disk attached. Dodecahedron unfolded with string still attached and with the original rubber band. "Chelsea Girls" disk still attached to original spring. Retaining six of the eight tabs on the "Big Surprise" page. A much nicer copy than typically encountered. Warhol's famed "pop-up book for hipsters" and one of the best documents to emerge from The Factory. A Roth 101 selection. "[O]ne of the most important and exuberant Pop art objects ever published [...] it is also one of the ultimate photobooks-as-objects" (Parr & Badger 144-5). Near Fine.

      [Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books]
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        The Master and Margarita

      London, Collins, Harvill. 1967, 1967. Dark fantasy. First Glenny translation (ie the complete text), considered to be better than the preceding Ginsburg translation.Octavo, pp.445. Publisher's green cloth titled in gilt. Striking pictorial jacket by Alex Jawdokimov. No inscriptions or price-clipping. A few light mrks but essentially a crisp, fine copy. One of the greatest novels of the Twentieth century; the Devil comes to Moscow accompanied by an irresistably beautiful vampire maid, a fanged henchman or two and a bipedal gun toting black cat by the name of Behemoth...much hilarity ensues. A must for anyone with even a shred of sympathy for the devil. Listed in BBC's Big Read (200 Best Novels) [2003], also in The Times' NovelList 60 Greatest Books Poll [2013]

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        TOPAZ

      1967 - URIS, Leon. TOPAZ. NY: McGraw-Hill, [1967]. 8vo., cloth in dust jacket. First Edition, fifth printing. With a signed presentation from Uris on the front endpaper: "For Leon Mishkin, Shalom. Leo Uris." Most interesting- also with a signed presentation from Alfred Hitchcock, who directed the movie, on a front blank page: "To Leo Mishkin from Alfred Hitchcock." With a caricature of Hitchcock, drawn by himself below his signature. Mishkin was an entertainment reviewer with the "New York Morning-Telegraph." Finding both signatures in this particular title is scarce, with Hitchcock's signature and caricature always in demand. A lovely copy except for some very light dampstaining along the lower edge of front cover with related, darker dampstaining to the lower interior edge of the dust jacket. Even with these flaws the book is quite stunning to behold. Enclosed in a custom-designed, black leather & cloth clam-shell box, spine stamped in gilt with black raised-leather depicting a spy, with "Topaz" in leather lettering beneath. $2800.00. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antic Hay Books]
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        Two original photographs from the set of "You Only Live Twice"

      Eon Productions, London and New York 1967 - Two vintage borderless black-and-white press photographs featuring Sean Connery and Mie Hama in a romantic scene on the set of the 1967 film. The second of the two shots (where makeup is being applied) is double weight, the other photo single weight. Several stamps on the verso of the first photo, variously crediting photographer Dean and press agent Greta Robok.First photo (stamps, single weight) 6 x 8 inches. Second photo (double weight) 8 x 10 inches (20.5 x 25.5 cm). Both photos Near Fine.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc., ABAA]
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        Poetry in the Making: Catalogue of an Exhibition of Poetry Manuscripts in the British Museum, April–June 1967

      London: Turret Books,, 1967. With contributions by C. Day Lewis, T. C. Skeat and Philip Larkin. Octavo. Original dark blue cloth, titles to spine gilt, blue endpapers. In the dust jacket. 8 monochrome plates. A fine copy in the slightly nicked jacket. Signed limited edition, copy E of 26 lettered copies from an edition of 126 copies signed by Philip Larkin, Jenny Lewis, C. Day Lewis and T. C. Skeat. From the library of the scholar and auctioneer Anthony Hobson, with his bookplate to the front pastedown.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Mosaic. A Journal of the Comparative Study of Literature and Ideas.

      Winnipeg( Canada), University of Manitoba, 1967-1995.. Bände 1 - 28 in 33 Bänden. Gr.-8°. Blaue Halbleinen- und Leineneinbände.. ISSN: 0027-1276. Titel rückseitig gestempelt und Buchrücken mit Bibliotheks-Signatur-Schild.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Trageser]
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        Hell's Angels (First Edition)

      Random House, New York 1967 - First Edition. A very attractive copy of the iconic journalist's first book, much nicer than usually found. Jacket unclipped with a price of $4.95 as called for, "First Printing" stated on the copyright page.A few very faint splashes to the black topstain, else Near Fine and apparently unread in a Near Fine dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc., ABAA]
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        To Seek A Newer World

      Doubleday, 1967, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good, Inscribed by AuthorThis is the first USA edition. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner's annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact, but spine is slightly cocked. No foxing in this copy. The dust jacket is complete with only minor shelf wear. Dust Jacket un-clipped. Free from inscriptions. Deckled edges (rough cut). Corners are scuffed. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 750 grams. Category: Sociology & Culture; Antiquarian & collectable; Inscribed by Author. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 71010.

      [Bookseller: Truffle Books]
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        Small, fantastic Archive of signed and inscribed books, audio-files of Desmond O'Grady reading (on CD) and an original, locally produced film portrait (on a small, limited numbers on DVD's only) and an inscribed 5-page essay by Desmond O'Grady on "Beckett in Paris" as well as an original photograph by John Minihan, showing Desmond O'Grady at his future graveside in Kinsale, stating to John Minihan "John, i will be here forever" Wonderful and rare association archive from the library of irish Beckett-photographer John Minihan and irish poet Adam Wyeth [Includes the signed and inscribed copies of 1 The Road Taken (Poems 1956 - 1996) / 2 Hellas (1971) / 3 The Dark Edge of Europe - Poems (1967) / 4 His Scaldcrane's Nest (1979) / 5 The Headgear of the Tribe: Selected Poems (1979) / 6 Beckett in Paris (inscribed Essay-Offprint from the Journal of Beckett Studies (1993) / 7 The Wandering Celt - Audio - Spoken Word Reading (CD) / 8 Film "A Life in a Day of Desmond

      Kinsale. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. The CD covers broken and scratched. The photograph in excellent condition.. Kinsale, 1967-2002. 8°. 487, 98, 14, 85, 51, 5 pages. / The photograph of O'Grady mounted and signed by John Minihan verso. Original Hardcover / Softcover editions with original dustjackets (if asked for). Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. The CD covers broken and scratched. The photograph in excellent condition. Seamus Heaney said about Desmond O'Grady: "Desmond O?'Grady is one of the senior figures in Irish Literary life, exemplary in the way he has committed himself over the decades to the vocation of poetry and has lived selflessly for the art.

      [Bookseller: The Time Traveller's Bookshop]
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        Apollo Command Module LiOH Storage Locker

      Texas / Florida, c. 1967. 27" x 24.5" x 6". "Metal Storage Locker, 27â? x 24.5â? x 6â?, used for storage of Lithium Hydroxide (LiOH) canisters that were used to remove carbon dioxide from the spacecraft's atmosphere. Used in astronaut training. Velcro straps. Three sections: width 7.5â?and 7.5â? with an 8.5â? compartment."

      [Bookseller: University Archives ]
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        The Fearless Vampire Killers [The Vampire Killers] (Original screenplay for the 1967 film)

      London: Cadre Films, 1967. Draft British script for the 1967 film. An elderly professor (MacGowran) and his assistant, Alfred (Polanski), go to Transylvania looking for vampires, where Alfred falls in love with Sarah (Tate), the daughter of an inn keeper. Sarah, however, has recently caught the eye of Count von Krolock (Ferdy mayne), who lives in a nearby village. Sharon Tate would star the same year in Mark Robson's "Valley of the Dolls," just two years before her violent death at the hands of the Manson Family in 1969. Shot on location in Italy. Director Polanski originally wanted to shoot the film in Poland, as a "fairytale comedy about vampires and [that] there would be lots of snow," but due to financial reasons had the production moved to Italy. Ocean blue studio wrappers, with die-cut window in the British style. Title page present, with credits for screenwriters Polanski and Brach. 105 leaves on eye-rest green stock, mimeograph. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus, internally bound with two silver brads. Cronin (ed.), "Roman Polanski: Interviews," pp. 13-16. Flynn, "Cinematic Vampires," pp. 142-144.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        PEDRO PARAMO - ORIGINAL MEXICAN FILM POSTER

      Mexico, 1967. An original Mexican one sheet movie poster for the 1967 Carlos Velo film adaptation of Juan Rulfo's novel, starring John Gavin and Ignacio Lopez Tarso. Most Mexican movie posters were cheaply manufactured and printed on newsprint, which is brittle to begin with and doesn't age well. This is a Near Fine example, folded, 27 x 37 inches. Two small holes on the upper sides of the frame, not affecting the terrific artwork. An unaccountably rare Latin American film poster; the only other example we've seen is a Cuban silk-screened poster for this film produced later in 1972. Though Stanford University has a fairly comprehensive collection of Mexican film posters, we did not find a copy of this one in their holdings.

      [Bookseller: Captain Ahab's Rare Books]
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        4 VOLUMES NARRATIVE OF EXPEDITION OF AN AMERICAN SQUADRON TO CHINA SEAS AND JAPAN, PERFORMED IN YEARS 1852, 1853, 1854 UNDER COMMAND OF COMMODORE M C PERRY, UNITED STATES NAVY / Observations of the Zodiacal Light, from April 2 1853 to April 22 1855, Etc

      New York, NY: N.Y. / New York: AMS Press / Arno Press, 1967 ( Facsimile Reprint of the 1856 Beverley Tucker of Washington Edition ), 1st ARNO/AMS Edition, First Printing, 1967. ------------4 volumes, three are hardcovers, one is a map portfolio, all are Very Good+ copies, a bit of dustiness to black cloth, a bit of sunning to the spines, some smudging to the bottom edges of the text blocks just due to the size and thickness of these books, all 3 books are about 8.75 x 11.25 inches, map portfolio is roughly the same size and in a matching black binding, all maps are prresent (with 2 of the maps being listed on the front panel of the portfolio but actually being in the book -as issued), a bit of age toning to endpapers, 537 (volume 1 ), 414 + 14 + 2 + xi (index) plus 1 (map list) (volume 2 ), 705 pages, full page plus vignette b&w illustrations, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good+/No Jackets as Issued. Illus. by No Dustjackets as Issued.

      [Bookseller: Leonard Shoup]
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        Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead (Signed By The Author)

      The First UK printing published by Faber in 1967.This is the scarce casebound edition.The BOOK is in near FINE condition.A little pushing to the spine tips.Very light offsetting to the end papers.The corners are sharp and the gilt titling remains very bright.Free from inscriptions and markings.The WRAPPER is complete and is in near FINE condition.It bears the correct price of 18s. net.A hint of toning and fading to the spine colouring.The rear panel is remarkably clean for its age.The wrapper looks striking in the removable Brodart archival protector.The book has been Signed by Tom Stoppard to the title page.A ticket for the signing event accompanies this title as provenance. The author's first play which went on to win a Tony award.A very sharp copy and the nicest that we have handled to date. ashtonrarebooks welcomes direct contact.

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        You Only Live Twice

      London: Jonathan Cape. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. FIRST EDITION of the twelfth novel in the James Bond series, recounting Bond's harrowing Japanese adventure. Signed on the title page by Burt Kwouk, who played Spectre 3 in the 1967 movie starring Sean Connery. London: Jonathan Cape, 1964. Octavo, original black cloth with silver lettering, original dust jacket. First state, with "First Published 1964" on title verso. Small owner signature, dated 1964, on front free endpaper. Book fine; dust jacket with just the slightest hint of edgewear. An outstanding copy, rare in such good condition.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company]
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        Flosculi Sententiarum: Printers--Flowers Moralised

      Northampton, MA: Gehenna Press, 1967. Collectible; Very Good. Copy #51 of an edition of 250 printed (this being the first copy to follow the specially-bound fifty copies that carry the Roman numerals I thru L). Bound in 1/4 vellum over marbled boards. "The ornaments were arranged by Leonard Baskin. The type-face used throughout is Centaur designed by Bruce Rogers". Tightly-bound, internally immaculate and solidly VG+. Just a bit of flecking to the gilt-lettering along the vellum spine and very light, forgivable scuffing at the front panel's bottom-edge. Quarto, unpaginated. An elegant celebration of fine printing, typography and bookmaking.

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        12 Photographs from the New Year's Wail / New Year's Whale Concert, with additional related photographs

      [San Francisco]. 1967. A collection of snapshots taken at the New Year's Wail concert on January 1, 1967 at the Panhandle near Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, with some accompanying images. Various sizes. Condition is overall good with tape remnants or shadows mostly in the margins, but the images mostly pretty clear. Several are captioned.The show, entitled "The New Year's Wail / New Year's Whale" was organized by the Hells Angels as a thank you, and a celebration of the Haight Ashbury community for "crowdfunding" the bail money for their member Chocolate George after a traffic arrest. The Diggers helped to promote the event which featured Big Brother and The Grateful Dead (as well as of Orkustra with Bobby Beausoleil, later of the Manson Family). The bands played on a flatbed truck, and the photographer was clearly very close to the bands, probably on the truck itself. Of the dozen candid photographs of the concert, all but one (the only color image, of some Hells Angels and their bikes in the crowd) feature the bands: Joplin appears in at least eight of them, and Jerry Garcia in three, with other shots of other band members in various combinations. Also accompanied by several other images: two color images of Joplin singing, date stamped in May 1967, have damage to the margins, although the images of Joplin are largely clear. Also with a color photo of a psychedelically-decorated hippie crash pad, as well as another 14 images of several young men, presumably the photographer and his friends: one with a motorcycle, several in military garb sitting on a dock smoking pot, one on a ship's deck, and several overseas in Thailand and the Phillipines. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Master and Margarita

      London, Collins, Harvill. 1967, 1967. Dark fantasy. First Glenny translation (ie the complete text), considered to be better than the preceding Ginsburg translation.Octavo, pp.445. Publisher's green cloth titled in gilt. Striking pictorial jacket by Alex Jawdokimov. No inscriptions or price-clipping. A few light mrks but essentially a crisp, fine copy. One of the greatest novels of the Twentieth century; the Devil comes to Moscow accompanied by an irresistably beautiful vampire maid, a fanged henchman or two and a bipedal gun toting black cat by the name of Behemoth...much hilarity ensues. A must for anyone with even a shred of sympathy for the devil. Listed in BBC's Big Read (200 Best Novels) [2003], also in The Times' NovelList 60 Greatest Books Poll [2013]

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        S. Hurok Presents the Royal Ballet, Souvenir Programme 1967

      Thr Royal Opera House Covent Garden Limited, UK 1967 - (UK) No markings, Very Good. Photo card cover, side-stapled, no page numbers [60pp} Colour photos but mostly B&W photos of ballet dancers including Nureyev, Forteyn, Svetlana Beriosova, and others. Upscale ads. (1.6 JM FO 53/0 Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: J. W. Mah]
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        Atmospheric Environment. An International Journal.

      Oxford, University Press (später Amsterdam, Elsevier), 1967-2003.. Bände 1 - 37 ohne 36 in 78 Bänden. 8°. Blaue Halbleinen- und Leineneinbände.. ISSN: 1352-2310. Titel gestempelt, ansonsten sauberes Exemplar in festen Einbänden. Bände 24-27 sind ,aufgeteilt in Serie A und B erschienen, welche hier beide vorhanden sind.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Trageser]
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        Small, fantastic Archive of signed and inscribed books, audio-files of Desmond O'Grady reading (on CD) and an original, locally produced film portrait (on a small, limited numbers on DVD's only) and an inscribed 5-page essay by Desmond O'Grady on "Beckett in Paris" as well as an original photograph by John Minihan, showing Desmond O'Grady at his future graveside in Kinsale, stating to John Minihan "John, i will be here forever". Wonderful and rare association archive from the library of irish Beckett-photographer John Minihan and irish poet Adam Wyeth. [Includes the signed and inscribed copies of 1.The Road Taken (Poems 1956 - 1996) / 2. Hellas (1971) / 3. The Dark Edge of Europe - Poems (1967) / 4. His Scaldcrane's Nest (1979) / 5. The Headgear of the Tribe: Selected Poems (1979) / 6. Beckett in Paris (inscribed Essay-Offprint from the Journal of Beckett Studies (1993) / 7. The Wandering Celt - Audio - Spoken Word Reading (CD) / 8. Film "A Life in a Day of Desmond O'Grady" by Adam Wyeth / 9. Original photograph of O'Grady by John Minihan.

      Kinsale, 1967-2002.. 8°. 487, 98, 14, 85, 51, 5 pages. / The photograph of O'Grady mounted and signed by John Minihan verso. Original Hardcover / Softcover editions with original dustjackets (if asked for). Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. The CD covers broken and scratched. The photograph in excellent condition.. Seamus Heaney said about Desmond O'Grady: "Desmond O'Grady is one of the senior figures in Irish Literary life, exemplary in the way he has committed himself over the decades to the vocation of poetry and has lived selflessly for the art."

      [Bookseller: The Time Traveller's Bookshop Ltd.]
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        LOS TOROS . Tratado técnico e histórico. ( 12 Vol.) . Tomo XI Apéndice 1978-1988 . Tomo XII Apéndice 1988-1997 .

      Editorial ESPASA-CALPE 1967-1997 - Madrid 1967-1997 . Encuad : cartoné media piel . 20 x 28cms. 1000pag. cada vol. ( aprox ) . Profusamente ilustrada en negro y color con fotograbados, reproducciones y facsímiles dentro y fuera de texto, hierros de las ganaderías de España, Latinoamérica y Portugal. Libros en buen estado con pequeñas señales de uso salvo : Vol VI con una muy pequeña rotura en corte superior hoja guarda. Vol VII 4 hojas con una muy pequeña doblez en cantonera inferior. Vol XI con pequeños roces en lomo. Vol XII con hoja nº 31 ligeramente arrugada . ( Atención a los gastos de envío por pesos elevados )

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        America?s first man in space humorously comments on his physical trainer?s promotion to Master Sergeant

      Houston, Texas, August 18, 1967. 8? x 10.5?. "Autograph Note Signed ?Al Shepard? on Typed Memo Signed ?K.L. Byerly? as Captain, USAF Commander, one page, 8? x 10.5?. Department of the Air Force, Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas, August 18, 1967. To CB/MSgt. Joe D. Garino, Jr. In part, ?The attached DAF, Hq., 1100th Air Base Wing, Special Order AA-1955, 1 September 1967, announcing your promotion to Master Sergeant, is forwarded for your personal file.? Special Order not present. Shepard has penned in the lower blank portion: ?Joe - / Sorry, this won?t impress / your hand ball opponents ?" congrats! / Al Shepard.? Fine condition. From the collection of Master Sgt Joe D. Garino, Jr., the astronauts? physical trainer. Accompanied by a letter of provenance signed ?Joe Garino, Jr.?"

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        Rahel Varnhagen - The Life of a Jewess. [Inscribed / Signed / Association copy]

      London: Leo Baeck Institute. First Edition. . The cloth-volume a little strangely stained on the spine and around the boards. The dustjacket in very good condition with only few signs of wear but a hint of a coffee-cup circle to front cover. The volume overall very firm and strong and inside in very good+ condition. Inscribed by Hannah Arendt on the front free endpaper to Judaica-Expert and Brandeis Professor Harry Zohn: "For Harry Zohn - Cordially. Cambridge, April 6, 1967 - Hannah Arendt". Nice association copy - Arendt and Zohn worked together on numerous occasions - so for example on Walter Benjamin's translation of "Illuminationen".. First Edition. London, Leo Baeck Institute, 1957. 8°. XIV, 222 pages. Hardcover / Original cloth with dustjacket in protective Mylar. The cloth-volume a little strangely stained on the spine and around the boards. The dustjacket in very good condition with only few signs of wear but a hint of a coffee-cup circle to front cover. The volume overall very firm and strong and inside in very good+ condition. Inscribed by Hannah Arendt on the front free endpaper to Judaica-Expert and Brandeis Professor Harry Zohn: "For Harry Zohn - Cordially. Cambridge, April 6, 1967 - Hannah Arendt". Nice association copy - Arendt and Zohn worked together on numerous occasions - so for example on Walter Benjamin's translation of "Illuminationen". [Publication of the Leo Baeck Institute of Jews from Germany].

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        Voyage en Islande et Au Groenland Tome Premier [Volume I], Tome Deuxieme [Volume 2]; & Atlas: Zoologique, Medical et Geographique [3 volumes in 1]

      Published by Bokautgafan Asor, Reykjavik 1967 - , 3 volumes in 1, each with own title page, 141 plates in first 2 volumes, plus 11 plates in Atlas vol, with presentation leaf bound in at the front which has a hand-written message from in Icelandic from Alfred Blackmore & Co Ltd celebrating the 50th year of On 10th october 1968, text at the rear in Icelandic by Haraldur Sigurdsson Limited Edition of 300 Copies, this Being No. 79 , a few small light marks to covers, binding clean and tight, internally nice and clean, the book is in very good condition, slipcase has some light scratches and marks , half brown morocco with pictorial cream sides, gilt titles and raised bands at spine, in brown faux leather slipcase Folio, 53 x 35 cm Hardback ISBN:

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        Nietzsche Werke - Kritische Gesamtausgabe (VARIOUS)

      Berlin / New York: De Gruyter First Edition. Ask about price per vol. Nietsche Werke Kritische Gesamtausgabe, De Gruyter 1967-1991, sehr guter Erhaltungszustand, nur Die Titelschnitte sind leicht angestaubt, sonst keine Mängel, weitherin liegt ein kleiner Schriftwechsel zwischen Malcom Pasley und Mr. Sinclair-Wilson über die Möglichkeit einer Übersetzung des Werkes ins Englische bei, bitte Vorher wegen der Versandkosten Anfragen, please ask for delivery Band II1: Philologische Schriften(1867-1873), VIII, 379 S., 1982 Band III1: Die Geburt der Tragödie, Unzeitgemäße Betrachtungen I-III (1872-1873), IV, 427S. 1972 Band III2: Nachgelassene Schriften (1870-1873), VIII, 394 S. 1972 Band III3: Nachgelassene Fragmente (1869-1872), IV, 447 S. 1972 Band III4: Nachgelassene Fragmente (1872-1873) IV, 464 S. 1978 Band IV1: Richard Wagner in Bayreuth, Nachgelassene Fragmente (1875-1876), 366 S. 1967 Band IV2: Menschliches, Allzumenschliches I, Nachgelassene Fragmente (1876-Winter 1878), 366 S. 1967 Band IV3: Menschliches, Allzumenschliches I, Nachgelassene Fragmente (Frühling 1878 bis November 1879), 482 S.1967 Band IV4: Nachbericht zur vierten Abteilung. Mit 17 Faksimiles om Tasche, 615 S. 1969 Band V1: Morgenröthe. Nachgelassene Fragmente (Anfang 1880 bis Frühjahr 1881), 772 S. 1971 Band V2: Idyllen aus Messina. Die fröhliche Wissenschaft. NAchgelassene Fragmente (Frühjahr 1881 bis Sommer 1882), 587 S. 1973 Band VI1: Also sprach Zarathustra, 412 S. 1968 Band VI2: Jenseits von Gut und Böse. Zur Genalogie der Moral, 430 S. 1968 Band VI3: Der Fall Wagner. Götzen-Dämmerung. Nachgelassene Schriften (August 1888 bis Anfang Januar 1889): Der Antichrist. Ecce homo. Dionysos-Dithramben. Niezsche contra Wagner, 449 S. 1969 Band VI4: Nachbericht zum ersten Band der sechsten Auflage: Also Sprach Zarathustra, 987 S. 1991 Band VII1: Nachgelassene Fragmente (Juli 1882 bis Winter 1883/84), 743 S. 1977 Band VII2: Nachgelassene Fragmente (Frühjahr bis Herbst 1884), 322 S. 1973 Band VII3: Nachgelassene Fragmente (Herbst 1884 bis Herbst 1885), 772 S. 1974 Band VII4/1: Nachbericht zur siebenten Abteilung, 379 S. 1984 Band VII4/2: Nachbericht zur siebenten Abteilung, 708 S. + Faksimiles, 1986 Band VIII1: Nachgelassene Fragmente (Herbst 1885 bis Herbst 1887), 367 S. 1974 Band VIII2: Nachgelassene Fragmente (Herbst 1887 bis März 1888), 472 S. 1973 Band VIII3: Nachgelassene Fragmente (Anfang 1888 bis Anfang Januar 1889), 482 S. 1972. First Edition. hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Used.

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        Le plat pays.Textes inédits de La Varende. Edition originale préfacée par monseigneur Henri Dupont, èvêque de Dorylée et de Lille. 25 Gouaches de la main de J. P. Rémon, évoquent Boulogne, Bruxelles, Amsterdam, Bruges où vécut Mozart.

      Pierre et André Gonin, Lausanne, 1967 - 156pages, en feuilles. Couverture rempliée. Sous emboitage de l?éditeur. Déchirure de 9cm sur la couverture supérieure.Exemplaire sur grand vélin d?Arches numéroté n.° XXI / XXXI. Bel exemplaire.

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        Small, fantastic Archive of signed and inscribed books, audio-files of Desmond O'Grady reading (on CD) and an original, locally produced film portrait (on a small, limited numbers on DVD's only) and an inscribed 5-page essay by Desmond O'Grady on "Beckett in Paris" as well as an original photograph by John Minihan, showing Desmond O'Grady at his future graveside in Kinsale, stating to John Minihan "John, i will be here forever". Wonderful and rare association archive from the library of irish Beckett-photographer John Minihan and irish poet Adam Wyeth. [Includes the signed and inscribed copies of 1.The Road Taken (Poems 1956 - 1996) / 2. Hellas (1971) / 3. The Dark Edge of Europe - Poems (1967) / 4. His Scaldcrane's Nest (1979) / 5. The Headgear of the Tribe: Selected Poems (1979) / 6. Beckett in Paris (inscribed Essay-Offprint from the Journal of Beckett Studies (1993) / 7. The Wandering Celt - Audio - Spoken Word Reading (CD) / 8. Film "A Life in a Day of Desmond O'Grady" by Adam Wyeth / 9. Original photograph of O'Grady by John Minihan.

      Kinsale, 1967-2002. 8°. 487, 98, 14, 85, 51, 5 pages. / The photograph of O'Grady mounted and signed by John Minihan verso. Original Hardcover / Softcover editions with original dustjackets (if asked for). Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. The CD covers broken and scratched. The photograph in excellent condition.

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        Persian Gulf Pilot. N.P. No. 63. Comprising the Persian Gulf and it s Approaches from Ra's al Hadd, in the South-west to Ras Muari in the East.

      London: published by the Hydrographer of the Navy, 1967 - Octavo. Original blue cloth, title in yellow to spine and to the upper board. Spine very slightly sunned, light wear at the extremities, a very good copy indeed. Folding general map frontispiece and 13 other full-page maps, 21 plates of coastal profiles. First published 1870, this eleventh edition following the tenth of 1955. All editions of these highly-detailed navigational handbooks to the Gulf tend to be uncommon. Beyond the specifically maritime aspects these handbooks did provide some basic background on local conditions, climate, items of trade, and so forth. An interesting record of a time at which "extensive new building development" was beginning to "change the appearance of some of the towns, notably Abu Zabi and Dubayy". "The picturesque town of Muscat, is protected on its eastern and part of its southern side, ands the western side by precipitous hills, the remainder of the southern side, and the western side is protected by a wall. Outside the wall, and between it and the rugged hills encircling the town, every available space is occupied by may huts"; "The coast between Dubayy and Abu Zabi is except for a small village, at which there are some date trees, situated about 4 miles south-westward of Dubayy, quite barren, uninhabited ": "The town of Abu Zabi extends for about 2 miles, and consists, in the main part, of concrete buildings with a number of huts at the south-west end". Macro 290 for the 1924 7th edition.

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        Lost World Revisited

      New York: Award Books,, 1967. Octavo. Original illustrated printed wraps, page edges blue. Mild creasing along spine edge,toning to covers, faint stain to fore edge which extend slghtly onto pages, pages toned. A very good copy. First edition, first printing. Inscribed by the author on the verso of the front free endpaper, "For Sam Hessel. with best wishes -Dr Seuss." An uncommon title to be found inscribed. Collection of cartoons Seuss original did for Liberty Magazine in the 1930's.

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        New American Review (issues 1-15) / American Review: The Magazine of New Writing (issues 16-26) [complete set, plus extra volumes]

      New American Library / Simon and Schuster / Bantam Books 1967-1977, New York - [graded Near Fine as a set; all books are tight and unread, and about as nice a group as one could hope to assemble despite a few minor depredations (occasional light wear, some age-toning to the page edges of a few volumes); all were acquired directly from a long-time editorial staff member of the publication, who had kept them untouched in storage since the time of their original issue]. "Was New American Review the Best Literary Magazine Ever?" This was the question posed (and the case persuasively argued) in a 2008 Slate article by Gerald Howard. Offered here is an opportunity to investigate and draw your own conclusions: this is a full set (26 volumes) of the original publication, plus two additional volumes. (See below.) Founded in 1967, New American Review passed through three publishers in its ten-year history. The first ten issues (under the New American Library imprint) were issued in pictorial hardcovers as well as mass-market paperback format, and are present here in the hardcover issues; in addition, issue #1 appeared as a full-size trade hardcover, with dust jacket, which is the first of the two extra volumes included in this set. The five issues (#11-#15) put out by Simon and Schuster in 1971 and 1972 were small-format trade softcovers (about half an inch taller than standard mass-market paperbacks), and the remainder of the run, issued by Bantam, were standard mass-market paperbacks. (The second "bonus" volume included here is "Many Windows: 22 Stories from American Review," a Harper Colophon trade paperback published in 1982.) This set was acquired directly from a long-time editorial staff member of NAR, who had kept them untouched in storage since the time of their original publication. The overall grade of the set is Near Fine; all volumes are tight and appear unread, and despite a few minor depredations (occasional light wear, some age-toning to the page edges of a few volumes) constitute about as nice a collection of this landmark publication as one could hope to assemble. NOISBN [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        3 typed manuscripts signed Gerard Malanga

      - 3 poems on 5. 8 1/2 x11 sheets one side each of the poems signed by Gerard Malanga in ink.Dated 1967, 1973 and 1972The three poems are entitled: The Day I Didn't Stop for Allen Ginsberg(32 lines) paperclip rust mark;In Search of America for Allen Ginsberg (12 lines); The Delhi-MadrasExpress Illusion Is Reality for Allen Ginsberg (79 lines) 3 pagesstapled.All in very good condition. Other photos available. Poetry. Signed. Rare books make Fine Gifts. Quality, Value, Experience.

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