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        President John F. Kennedy and my son Lee Harvey Oswald were of one mind on many important issues. It is my opinion that they were both murdered for the same reasons." an amazing archive of Lee Harvey Oswald's mother, Marguerite, and her efforts to clear her son's name. Over 30 pages of material referencing Jim Garrison's 1967 interview with "Playboy" magazine, an anonymous eyewitness's account of the shooting Officer Tippitt, and much more

      Archive of letters, mostly typed, 32+ pages total, most measuring 8.5? x 11?, looking for the ?smoking gun? ?" concrete proof of who actually killed President John F. Kennedy. The archive includes two typed letters signed "Marguerite Oswald", the first being a transmittal letter to Michael Laurence of ?Playboy? magazine and the second being a 2-page letter addressed ?Letter to the Editor?, detailing her reaction to the lengthy interview the magazine ran in the October 1967 issue of ?Playboy? with Jim Garrison, the controversial District Attorney from New Orleans. In this interview, Garrison discusses his findings regarding the CIA, the FBI, Lee Harvey Oswald, David Ferrie & Clay Shaw, and what may be the truth behind the assassination.Excerpts of Marguerite Oswald?s letter read: ?...Garrison?s charges against the C.I.A....who, he says, killed the President and used my son Lee Harvey Oswald as the pawn...I have profound sympathy for what he is doing...my son was Innocent of the charges against him...I said my son was a C.I.A. agent and that men in high places used him...Four years have passed since they took my son?s life, prevented him from having a fair trial...the tide of doubt and revulsion against the ?Warren Report? has swept the Country...I see Playboy fairly and objectively presenting Garrison?s case...But the slayers of the President and my son, slew the morality of the nation...President John F. Kennedy and my son Lee Harvey Oswald were of one mind on many important issues. It is my opinion that they were both murdered for the same reasons...?. Other items in the archive include: signed letters of correspondence negotiating terms of payment for a "Letter to the editor" of Playboy by Marguerite C. Oswald, mother of Lee Harvey Oswald, dated from September-December 1967, signed letters of correspondence from Harold Weisberg of "Coq d'Or Press" addressed to Michael Lawrence of Playboy discussing "Whitewash I, II and III" with copies of Lawrence's replies dating to during the period of October 1966 and April 1967, an original signed letter from Sylvia Meagher to Michael Lawrence regarding the Warren report dated June 27, 1968 with a copy of Lawrence's reply, a handwritten note from Sylvia Warren to Michael Lawrence, an original signed letter from Melvin M. Belli to A.C. Spectorsky of Playboy regarding F. Lee Bailey and Playboy's role in bringing the truth to light, dated August 14, 1967, a copy of a signed letter from author Sylvia Meagher to author Mark Lane dated May 14, 1968 (with original handwritten note on the copy by Meagher) together with a one-page handwritten note "(insert "B") in Meagher's hand, a one-page typed anonymous letter to the editor of Playboy documenting his eyewitness account of the shooting of policeman Tippitt by Lee Harvey Oswald, a one-page original signed hand-typed letter addressed to Playboy from Perry R. Russo, one-time roommate of David Ferrie, regarding Jim Garrison, together with a signed handwritten note asking to correct a mistake in a "Garrison" article from Perry Russo dated September 24, 1967 with the original envelope addressed to Playboy, a one-page signed original hand-typed letter to the editor of Playboy, A.C. Spectorsky, from Joachim Joesten regarding the publishing of his book "The Garrison Enquiry" dated September 28, 1967, a copy of "Every well-stocked library" with the original envelope, and a two-page signed letter (on Department of Justice letterhead) to William Homick from Frank Wozencraft (Assistant Attorney General) concerning the assassination of John F. Kennedy dated February 17, 1967 Richman once clerked for the Honorable Earl Warren.

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        Early Architecture of the Town and Township of Niagara

      The Niagara Foundation, 1967. This volume is one of a numbered, limited edition of which this copy is number 10, and certified and signed by Gerald Ray Wool President of the Niagara Foundation. Drawings of Architectural Detail by E. Thalman, E.J. Monro & Wm. R. Magee. Folio. 121p. 5p of text & 54 plates of drawings, silk-screened in white on brown paper. In full, padded white buckram with black titles. A mint copy, of a limited & numbered edition. (Ref.#ACC-C11).. Signed. Limited Edition. Hard Cover. Good. 11-1/4"x17-1/2" Tall. History.

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        La Commedia secondo l'antica vulgata / nuova lezione di Giorgio Petrocchi.

      Alpignano: coi tipi di A. Tallone 1967/1968 3 volumi In - 4, pp. 214; 208; 207; legatura in cartonato edititoriale, sovracoperta e custodia in cartone. Esemplare n. 481 di 700 stampati, realizzato a mano con il carattere Tallone corpo 14 su carta vergata delle Manifatture Ventura recante nella

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        Antimémoires

      First edition, one of the copies of the Press. Precious autograph dedication signed by the author Georges Simenon and his wife. Back slightly pleated at the head and tail, nice copy. Gallimard Paris 1967 14x20,5cm broché

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Blanche ou l'oubli

      First edition, one of the copies of the press service.Precious autograph signed by the author Françoise Sagan.Back slightly insolated, a folding trace foot of the first dish that also includes a tear, clear wetting at the head of the second dish. Gallimard Paris 1967 14x20,5cm broché

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        Nouveau recueil

      Original, one of 36 numbered copies on Holland Publishing, printing head.Very nice copy. Gallimard Paris 1967 14,5x21,5cm broché

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        La femme rompue. Monologue. L'âge de discrétion

      Original, one of 40 numbered copies on Holland Publishing, printing head.Very nice copy Gallimard Paris 1967 13,5x19,5cm broché

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        Courir les rues.

      Original edition on the current paper. Precious autograph signed by the author Jean Dubuffet and his wife Lili: "... where will he hang his boots?" Back slightly wrinkled, nice copy. Gallimard Paris 1967 12x19cm broché

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        P L Travers with Mary Poppins content She tries to protect her lawyer by not letting it be known that he kept the famous Nanny book at his bedside to solve his clients? problems

      Typed Letter Signed ?P. L. Travers? with 15 word handwritten postscript, 1p, 6? x 8?. London, October 26, 1967. To Miss Evelyn B. Byrne, New York. Fine condition. In full, ?Dear Miss Byrne, I am happy for you to use my letter, but only in the original form in which it was written. If you care to do this, I am happy to give you permission.? Travers has added, in her own hand, ?N.B. You could leave out the paragraph about my lawyer if his letter is too long!? Accompanied by the original stamped postmarked envelope hand addressed by Travers to ?Miss Evelyn Byrne / 2192 Morris Avenue / New York / N.Y. 10563 / U.S.A.? Signed on back flap ?Travers / 29 Shawfield St / London S.W.3? A photocopy of her March 18, 1966, letter is present. The paragraph about her lawyer: ?My lawyer, a man in his middle 50s, keeps Mary Poppins at his bedside because he says it helps him to solve his clients? problems.? Also present is a typed letter from Travers? secretary on an air letter dated November 16, 1967. In full, ?P.L. Travers has asked me to say that she is quite happy for you [to] leave out the opening sentence of her letter and have the rest used as it stands. She wishes you good fortune with your book.? The opening sentence of her March 18th letter: ?Thank you for writing to me about your students? interest in Mary Poppins.? From 1966 to 1970, Evelyn Byrne ran a program at New York City's Elizabeth Barrett Browning Junior High School where she asked major literary and artistic figures of the time to write back with their recollections of what books inspired them while they were teenagers. An assortment of their responses were published in the book Attacks of Taste, printed in 1971 by Gotham Book Mart.

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        The Chosen

      New York: Simon and Schuster. (1967). First. First edition. A bit cocked, very good in a somewhat soiled, very good dustwrapper. Inscribed by the author in the year of publication. Potok's first book and very scarce signed. .

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        Yield Line Analysis Of Slabs

      Thames & Hudson/Chatto & Windus. Hardcover. Scarce, collectible book, corners slightly bumped, Light wear to boards, content clean and sharp, solidly bound, very good DJ with some wear . Very Good. 1967. First Edition.

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        Le Prénom de Dieu

      Paris: Editions Bernard Grasset,, 1967. Octavo. Original white wrappers printed in black and brown. In a red cloth solander case. Spine tanned. An excellent copy. First trade edition, service de presse copy. Inscribed by the author on the half-title "Pour Raymond Federman avec amitîé Hélène Cixous". Federman (1928?-2009) was a significant French-American novelist and essayist.

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        Haselhuhn, Werner. - "Nach dem Regen".

      . Aquarell, 1967. Von Werner Haselhuhn. 50 x 70 cm (Darstellung / Blatt). Rechts unten signiert und datiert. Verso in Bleistift und Kugelschreiber betitelt. - Blattrand minimal knickspurig. Guter Erhaltungszustand. Werner Haselhuhn (1925 Bad Frankenhausen - 2007 Dresden). Deutscher Maler und Grafiker. 1940-43 Lehre als Dekorationsmaler. 1943-46 Militärdienst und Kriegsgefangenschaft. 1947-1952 Tätigkeit und Möbellackierer. 1953?55 Studium an der Arbeiter-und-Bauern-Fakultät für Architektur in Weimar. 1955-60 Studium an der Hochschule für Bildende Künste Dresden (HfBK) bei Erich Fraaß und Paul Michaelis. Seit 1960 freischaffend. 1961 Mitglied des VBK der DDR. 1969 Auszeichnung mit dem Martin-Andersen-Nexö-Kunstpreis der Stadt Dresden. 2005 Verleihung der Ehrenbürgerschaft der Kurstadt Bad Frankenhausen..

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        Senator Kennedy thanks his successor as Attorney General for his<i> ?phone call on my birthday?</i> ? his last ? with 17 word handwritten postscript

      Typed Letter unsigned with 17 word handwritten postscript, 1 page, 6.25? x 8?. Washington, D.C., November 21, 1967. To Nicholas Katzenbach, Washington, D.C. With original postmarked U.S. Senate envelope and 6¢ machine cancel. Fine condition. In full, ?Dear Nick: I just wanted you to know how much I appreciated your phone call on my birthday. You were thoughtful to remember me. Sincerely, Robert F. Kennedy? Not signed. In his characteristic black marker, RFK added ?I hear you are going / to now be made / Assistant to the President / of the World Bank.? When Kennedy resigned as Attorney General to run for the U.S. Senate in 1964, he was succeeded by the Deputy Attorney General, Nicholas Katzenbach (1922-2012). In 1966, Katzenbach became LBJ?s Undersecretary of State, serving until the end of Johnson?s presidency in 1969. Kennedy had undoubtedly heard that Robert McNamara would leave his post as Secretary of Defense to become President of the World Bank; it hit the papers on November 28th. Katzenbach did not go to the World Bank; he was hired by IBM as General Counsel. His ?Washington Post? obituary described Katzenbach as ?an unflappable lawyer who served as the Kennedy brothers? emissary to the South during the violent confrontations over racial segregation in the early 1960s and who later was an architect of landmark civil rights laws and Vietnam War policy under President Lyndon Johnson.?

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        FIRST 45 ISSUES [VOL UME 1 NUMBER 1 OCTOBER 1967 THROUGH VOLUME 12 NUMBER 1 WINTER 1979] of THE ARMCHAIR DETECTIVE: A QUARTERLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE APPRECIATION OF MYSTERY, DETECTIVE AND SUSPENSE FICTION

      Allen J. Hubin / The Mysterious Press 1967-1979, 1967, Softcover, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionFirst editions. Magazines. Pictorial wrappers [about 8.5" x 11"], the earlier issues are side stapled and the more recent issues are saddle stapled, page counts vary fromt 30 for the first issue to 96 for the last issue, illustrated. A loose page or two on a few early issues else a Near Fine to Fine set. [Note: on the first issue only: 2nd printing statement covered over and initialed "A.J.H."]. Early runs of this magazine appear to be scarce.

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        The Indo-Greek Coins

      Ludhiana: Indological Research Institute. Good+ in Good dust jacket. 1967. First Edition. Hardcover. Dampstains to lower margins of plates, extending a little into the printed area. Dampstains to lower part of rear panel of dustjacket. Some losses at head and tail of dustjacket spine and corners of dustjacket. Dustjacket protected in archival mylar cover. ; xvi, 196 pages + 7 plates. Red cloth boards. Page dimensions: 213 x 138mm. Dustjacket with two dates printed on it, "1967" and "1972". Uncommon. "This is the first attempt of its kind at critically studying the Indian coinage of any period from all possible angles, and presenting Indian numismatics as a distinct science. This monograph deals with the coinage issued by numerous princes of Greek origin, who in the second century B.C. established small kingdoms in Bactria, Afghanistan, Sindh, Baluchistan and parts of the Panjab. Literature takes very little notice of these princes. Coins remain our main source of information. The present work lays down, for the first time and at one place, the precise laws for interpreting history from the contemporary coinage, and also points out the limitations inherent in this type of evidence. It demolishes many a misconceived theory on which the scholars had hitherto placed unwarrented trust, and puts the Greco-S'unga history in correct perspective." - from dustjacket blurb. Contents: Foreword by Dr B. Ch. Chhabra; Preface; Abbreviations; System of Transliteration; Introductory; General Features; Divinities; Monograms; Propaganda War; Determination of Date; Joint Issues; Family Affiliations; Family Affiliations continued; Appendix - Indo-Greek Divinities; Bibliography; Index; Plates. .

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        THE RAYNER UNWIN COLLECTION OF ROALD DAHL Comprising JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH, CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, FANTASTIC MR FOX, THE MAGIC FINGER and others, Together with Several Typed Letters Signed, Between the Author and his Publisher

      London: George Allen and Unwin. . JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH, George, Allen and Unwin, London, 1967. Illustrated by Michel Simeon. First edition. Original illustrated laminated boards. A near fine lovely copy, film top layer of laminate lifting free at the spine folds but intact except for some chipping to the tips. THE MAGIC FINGER, George, Allen and Unwin, London, 1968. Illustrated by William Pene Du Bois. First edition. Original paper-covered illustrated boards. A very good indeed copy, matt boards a little dusty. FANTASTIC MR FOX, George, Allen and Unwin, London, 1970. Illustrated by Donald Chaffin. First edition. Original laminated boards. A near fine copy, red titles to spine a little faded, some small indentations to boards. FANTASTIC MR FOX, Knopf, New York, 1970. Illustrated by Donald Chaffin. First US edition. Original cream cloth with gilt lettering in dustwrapper. A near fine nice copy complete with the original good only dustwrapper, showing some wear and abrasions to the surface and a closed tear to the spine. Some loss along the front flap fold and bottom edge of front panel. Together with a seventh impression of CHARLIE AND THE GREAT GLASS ELEVATOR (George, Allen and Unwin, London, 1984, illustrated by Faith Jaques), a ninth impression of CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY (George, Allen and Unwin, London, 1984, illustrated by Faith Jaques), THE COMPLETE ADVENTURES OF CHARLIE AND MR WILLY WONKA (Unwin Hyman, London, 1987, illustrated by Michael Foreman. First edition thus), JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH: A Play, adapted by Richard R. George. (George, Allen and Unwin, London, 1982. First edition), CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY: A Play, adapted by Richard R. George. (George, Allen and Unwin, London, 1979. First UK edition), CHARLIE AND THE GREAT GLASS ELEVATOR: A Play, adapted by Richard R. George. (George, Allen and Unwin, London, 1984. First UK edition) and MY UNCLE OSWALD (Penguin, London, 1980. First paperback edition). All fine or near fine except MY UNCLE OSWALD, which is good. The plays are all complete with their lightly spine-faded dustwrappers. Together with eight letters to Rayner Unwin, six typed from Dahl and signed in ink, all warm in tone and principally dealing with publication of his books, including an exceptional letter praising his newly discovered illustrator Quentin Blake and suggesting he illustrates some of his Unwin editions, approval of Unwin?'s ?'gentlemanly?' business conduct and requests for copies to be sent to him from the publisher for charity signings. He also refers to the unfinished ?'Charlie?' sequel, ?'Charlie in the White House?', but suggests he had no plans to complete it; one handwritten letter is from the UK illustrator of Dahl?'s early books, Faith Jaques, chasing royalty payments, and one typed and annotated and signed in ink from Liccy, Dahl?'s widow, shortly after his death. Also included is the printed tribute by Peter Mayer, then CEO of Penguin, delivered at Dahl?'s funeral in Great Missenden. A fantastic publisher?'s collection of one of their most successful authors, the letters revealing a close and mutually appreciative working relationship. ?"If I were to knock on the door of any house in the world and a child were to answer it, the odds are even that I would be offered a cup of tea. Not many men can say that and I am proud of it.?" -Roald Dahl.

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        “THE DOORS”. An Authentic, First Presentation, First-State RIAA White Matte – Gold Record Award

      New York: Elektra Records. 1967. The original RIAA White Matte Gold Record Award, presented to The Doors in recognition of their debut album reaching $1,000,000.00 in retail sales. This is the exact award that hung in The Doors?' Hollywood offices at 8512 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles. Mounted on hand-cut Bainbridge white matte and in the orginal Fulton Street New York Frame & Picture Co. wooden frame as issued. The glass is original and has been professionally cleaned to the underside resulting in replacement brown paper to the rear of the frame. The condition is very good indeed. There is a little tarnishing to the gilt on the record at the extremities and the frame is a little scratched and bumped as you might expect. Released in January 1967, The Doors debut album was certified gold by the RIAA on September 11, 1967. An exceptional rock and roll artifact. The Doors?' first gold record, for their first album, from the personal collection of their manager. Provenance: From the personal collection of longtime Doors manager Bill Siddons. With his signed statement ?"I, Bill Siddons, was the manager of the Doors from January 1968 though October 1972. The gold record award for ?"The Doors?", was owned by me and hung at the Doors?' office at 8512 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, 90069, for the duration of our leasing that space.?"

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        Das Bitburger Land

      Bundesforschungsanstalt, Bad Godesberg 1967 - 24x16cm, 162 pp., Series: Forschungen zur deutschen Landeskunde ; Bd. 26, Heft 3. 2., unveränderte Auflage. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Picnic at Hanging Rock

      Melbourne: F.W. Cheshire, 1967 Melbourne: F.W. Cheshire, 1967. First Edition. Signed and inscribed by the author on the half-title, dated May, 1968, noting a venue which is a bit scrawled, looking like 'Barcle' or 'Barclay', but which I am informed was, in fact, probably, her home at Baxter, on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia. Octavo, 212 pp. Green cloth, gilt spine lettering, pictorial jacket. Some dustiness to page edges, corners and spine ends just touched, somewhat less of the spine lean typical of this book than usual, but there is notable spine lean. Board splay, also typical of this inexpensively produced book, is almost altogether absent here. Jacket shows some rubbing and soiling, light peripheral wear. Book and jacket both better than very good. A very scarce signed copy [provenance provided] of what is certainly the masterwork of Joan Lindsay, world-traveling author and wife of artist/art director Sir Daryl Lindsay. Basis of an absolutely singular film by Peter Weir - the film initially received polite hand-patting applause from critics as a period piece; then real, living movie-goers noticed the profound sense of ineffable natural mystery in the film, so well translated from Lindsay by Weir. The depth of this primal enigma - nature as an unknowable entity, too ancient and too alien to be anything so familiar as "evil" - was heightened by the book's rumored and still-controversial true-story status [Lindsay thoroughly enjoyed never answering that question, and she's long since passed on now; she did, however, write a paperbound "eighteenth chapter" which, to my mind, gives a subtle hint]. Either way, cult followers - now vast in number - of both the book and the film "get it" about this unforgettable story. As was the case with "Blade Runner" and others, many film critics, professionally trained in myopic parsing, didn't "get it" - until they had to. L4

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        Modesty Blaise

      London - Souvenir Press, 1967 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. An attractive first edition of this novel based on the comic strip Modesty Blaise about the female action hero of the same name. This is the third novel in the Modesty Blaise series. I, Lucifer introduces parapsychology, a theme that would recur in later books in the Modesty Blaise series. It also introduces the secondary character Steven Collier, parapsychologist, who would make numerous future appearances in both the comic strip and the novels. Condition: In a blue cloth binding with original unclipped dustwrapper. Externally smart, with some minor shelfwear only. Dustwrapper is also very smart, with just some light edgwear to the spine. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are very bright and clean. Overall: NEAR FINE with a NEAR FINE dustwrapper..

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        Blanche ou l'oubli

      Gallimard 1967 - - Gallimard, Paris 1967, 14x21cm, broché. - Edition originale, un des 60 exemplaires numérotés sur Hollande, tirage de tête. Ex-libris encollé sur la page de garde, très bel exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        THE MUTILATED.

      Dramatists Play Service (1967)., (New York): - First edition and only edition. SIGNED by Williams. Fine in stapled, olive-green paperwraps. Rare signed. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Sophokles Antigone

      Ars Librorum,Frankfurt, 1967.. . Folio. Leinwandkassette. 81 Seiten mit 9 von 10 Radierungen von Eduard Bargheer. Druck 1967, Nr. 32 von 175 arabisch numerierten Exemplaren. Im Impressum handschriftlich signiert. Gross

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        Definitions.

      Caterpillar Press, New York 1967 - Spiralbound notebook, 8vo, pp. 40; stiff paper covers; inscribed by the author to Israel "Izzy" Young, former owner of the Folklore Center in Greenwich Village, New York, in the inside upper cover, Izzy's name on upper cover in Antin's hand. Fine.

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        Früchte mit Maden - Satirische Skizzen. 40 Hefte.

      (Köln, "Donkey-Press" 1967-74.. Kl.-8°. Je ca. 4 nn.Bll. Mit Orig.-Linolschnitten des Verfassers. Orig.-Geheftet.,. Eine Hausschrift für Freunde und Interessenten der Arbeiten Prüssens, erschienen in einer kleinen Auflage von je 40 Ex. - Eduard Prüssen (*1930) arbeitete als wissenschaftlicher Zeichner, künstlerischer Berater und Gestalter von Ausstellungsplakaten für das Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum für Völkerkunde in Köln und war von 1971 bis 1996 als Stadtgrafiker in Bergisch Gladbach tätig. Heute ist freier Graphiker und Illustrator in Köln. Er gründete 1962 als Ein-Mann-Betrieb die "Donkey-Press". - Es liegen folgende Nummern vor: Jg. 1967, Hefte 1-4, Jg. 1968, Hefte 5-14, Jg. 1969, Hefte 15 u. 16 sowie 18-21, Jg. 1970, Hefte 22-26, Jg. 1971, Hefte 28-31, Jg. 1972, Hefte 32-36, Jg. 1973, Hefte 38-40, Jg. 1974, Heft 42, und Jubiläumsheft Nr. 37 (10 Jahre Donkey-Press), Köln 1972, vom Verfasser signiert. Bankverbindung in Deutschland vorhanden.

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        LORD OF LIGHT

      Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York 1967 - Octavo, illustration by Howard Bernstein, cloth. Author's signature laid in. Hugo award winner 1968, Nebula nominee, 1967. Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 4-517. Gerber, Utopian Fantasy (1973), p. 162. Survey of Science Fiction Literature III, pp. 1251-56. A touch of rubbing to extremities, a fine copy in a nearly fine dust jacket, touch of rubbing to spine ends and corners, the verso of the jacket had been re-enforced with small piece of cello-tape (now gone) at the corners, stains remain to interior with light bleed through at spine ends. (11454) [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        De la grammatologie.

      (Paris), Minuet, 1967. 8vo. Original wrappers. An excellent, very nice, clean, and fresh copy, just a tiny bit weak at the inner hinges. Old owner's name to front free end-paper (Carl Lemke 13.3.69). 445, (3) pp.. First edition (20 Septembre, 1967, numéro 630) of Derrida's seminal main work, the foundational text for deconstructive criticism.1967 marks a turning point in the history of modern philosophy, constituting the birth of "Deconstruction". In this one year, Derrida publishes all of his three break-through books, "De la grammatologie", "L'écriture et la difference" and "La Voix et le phenomene", profoundly altering the course of modern thought. Although all three books are responsible for the introduction of Deconstruction, it is primarily "De la Grammatologie", Derrida's magnum opus, that has come to be associated with this groundbreaking concept."Jacques Derrida's revolutionary theories about deconstruction, phenomenology, psychoanalysis, and structuralism, first voiced in the 1960's, forever changed the face of European and American criticism. The ideas in "De la grammatologie" sparked lively debates in intellectual circles that included students of literature, philosophy, and the humanities, inspiring these students to ask questions of their disciplines that had previously been considered improper. Thirty years later, the immense influence of Derrida's work is still igniting controversy..." (Review, Spivak's translation of Derrida's "Of Grammatology", 1997).Derrida's concern is to bring to light the binary schema that is hidden in all kinds of texts and ideas of culture. In the present text Derrida brilliantly reveals some of the principles of deconstruction, not through theoretical explication, but, rather, by demonstration, showing that the arguments promulgated by their subject-matter exceed and contradict the oppositional parameters in which they are situated. Put into other words, deconstruction seeks to expose, and then to subvert, the various binary oppositions that undergird our dominant ways of thinking.The ideas that Derrida here present have had an enormous impact on a number of the human sciences, including psychology, literary theory, cultural studies, linguistics, feminism, sociology and anthropology. Due to this work, a whole new world of problematic suppression and marginalisation has become apparent, making "De la grammatologie" one of the most important philosophical works of the later part of the 20th century. "One of the major works in the development of contemporary criticism and philosophy". (J. Hillis Miller, Yale University)

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        The James Joyce Murder - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      New York: The MacMillan Company. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1967. First Edition; First Printing; Signed by Author. Hardcover. A handsome First Edition/First Printing in unread Fine condition in Fine dust-jacket. Small unobtrusive sticker remnant on inside board. Signed by author Amanda Cross directly on the title page. A scarce copy to find signed; ; A Cock Robin Mystery .

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        Yosemite Valley

      Redwood City, CA: 5 Associates,, 1967. Quarto (305 × 230 mm). Original green cloth, titles to spine and front board in green. With the pictorial dust jacket. 45 photographic plates. An excellent copy in the slightly rubbed dust jacket. First edition, third impression. Signed by the author on the recto of the first plate. With Adams's technical notes to the rear of the volume. Best's Studio ticket to rear pastedown - an artists' studio in Yosemite with which Adams was long connected.

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        Two months before he announces he will seek the presidency, Richard Nixon reflects, ?As a boy, I enjoyed ? reading of the lives of famous men such as Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson, both of whom I admired greatly ? I still enjoy biographies of famous men such as Winston Churchill and Robert Blake?s Disraeli ??

      "Comprises: (1) Typed Letter Signed ?Richard Nixon,? half page, 7.25? x 10.5?. New York, December 5, 1967. To Dr. Evelyn B. Byrne, New York. On his personal letterhead. Mid-horizontal fold passes through base of signature. With original postmarked envelope. Fine condition. In full, ?At your suggestion, I have edited my original letter, and had it re-typed and updated for the purpose of your book, which I trust will be a success and will fulfill your hope.? A photocopy of Nixon?s original August 10, 1967, letter is present. (2) Typed Letter Signed ?Richard Nixon,? 1 page, 7.25? x 10.5?. New York, December 5, 1967. To Dr. Evelyn B. Byrne, New York. On his personal letterhead. With original postmarked envelope. Fine condition. In full, ?I have long felt that teen-age years provide a wonderful opportunity to begin a reading program. And, of all the disciplines that students will have to exercise in the years ahead, the habit of reading good literature will be one of the most rewarding. Through it they will have a richer, fuller, more meaningful existence as it will bring them great insights into the world around them. ?As a boy, I enjoyed reading Revolutionary and Civil War stories and I also spent a great deal of time reading the of the lives of famous men such as Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson, both of whom I admired greatly. Today, most of my reading time is devoted to current events, although, as in my youth, I still enjoy biographies of famous men such as Winston Churchill and Robert Blake?s Disraeli. With best wishes for what will surely be a most rewarding and successful project for you.? Two months later, on February 1, 1968, Richard Nixon announced he was seeking the 1968 Republican nomination for President. He was nominated at the Republican National Convention in August, elected in November, and inaugurated as the 37th U.S. President on January 20, 1969."

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        The Lord of the Rings 3 Volume Set

      HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY, BOSTON 1967 - sign of water stains on edges; of The Two Towers & The Return of the King; all set in protective mylar cover; all books are first printings of the 2nd edition; very good octavo hardcovers in good dustjackets; wear to edges of boards with bumping to the head and heel of the spine and on the lower corners of the covers; djs are heavily rubbed and worn along edges; dj of vol. 1 missing i inch of upper right top corner and is heavily faded at spine, less so along top 1/3 of the cover; dj of vol. 2 missing 1/2 inch piece at heel of spine near cover; vol. 2 also has heavier fading at spine; dj of vol. 3 also has tear on lower back corner and less fading along spine, with slight tears on the head and heel of the spine and a small chipmissing from the heel of the spine; upper edge of vol. 2 &3 djs front flaps have waterstains; vol. 1 has a small waterstain at foredge, and some fading to top edge of boards; upper edges of pages (but not their faces) on vol. 2 and 3 have waterstains; front paste-down and free endpapers of vol. 3 also have small waterstain mark at top; pages are lightly browned but not brittle; all volumes have foldout map and vol. 3 contains 6 appendices (1. annals of rulers and kings; 2. Tale of Years (chronology of the Westlands) 3. family trees (Hobbits) 4. calenders, 5. pronunciation and writing of words and names; 6. languages and translation) and index of names; a very good set, despite the potting and fading; djs protected in mylar DATE PUBLISHED: 1967 EDITION: Second edition [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Dainty Monsters

      (Coach House), (Toronto) 1967 - His first book, a volume of poetry. One of 500 numbered copies. This copy is inscribed by Ondaatje, "with best wishes," in 1968. Ripple to rear pastedown, else fine in a very near fine dust jacket with just a bit of creasing to the upper edge. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA (Lopezbooks)]
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        The Dainty Monsters (Signed First Edition)

      Coach House, Toronto 1967 - First Canadian Edition (and correct first). Nicely INSCRIBED by the author on the front endpaper, in the first year after the book's publication: "For David and Joan and kids on Garside with love. Mike. Nov. 1968." Also SIGNED by the author on the title page. Fine and unread in a Fine dust jacket. One of 500 numbered copies of the true first edition of his very uncommon first book. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Unnatural Causes

      London: Faber and Faber, 1967. Extremely scarce edition. Red cloth titled in silver on spine. Tight and square, light toning in the front endpaper and faintly in the edges, faint store stamp in front endpaper, toning band and some rust spots in rear endpaper, clean pages, no names or inscriptions. The dust jacket is price clipped, faint toning on front flap, slight wear to spine ends, unfaded, protected in a removable clear film sleeve.. First Edition. Very Good/Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Hardback.

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        BABEL-17

      Victor Gollancz Ltd, London 1967 - Octavo, boards. Signed and dated on the title page. Co-winner of the 1966 Nebula award for best novel. "Clever, colorful, and highly original." - Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 4-126. A just about fine copy, small number in ink to upper right corner of free end paper, in a fine dust jacket, touch of wear and small chip to upper front flap corner. (8955) First British and first hardcover edition [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr, Bookseller, ABAA/ILAB]
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        THE GENOCIDES

      London: Ronald Whiting & Wheaton,. [1967]. Octavo,. boards.. A fine copy in nearly fine dust jacket with two tiny chips from lower. right front corner at flap fold. (#127376). First British (and first hardcover) edition. The author's first book. 1965 Nebula nominee. Anatomy of Wonder (1987) 4- 185.

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        THE TERRIBLE CHILDREN

      [New York: Samuel R. Delany,. 1967]. Large octavo, pp. [1-4] 5-26,. mimeographed from typewritten copy, pictorial front wrapper, side stapled.. Just a bit of tanning to wrapper, else a fine copy. Very scarce.. (#139206). First edition. The author's first book (preceded PRESENTATION PIECE [1974] by seven years) published her then husband science fiction writer Samuel R. Delany. Marilyn Hacker (born November 27, 1942) is an American poet, translator and critic. PRESENTATION PIECE won the National Book Award.

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        BABEL-17

      Victor Gollancz Ltd, London 1967 - Octavo, boards. Co-winner of the 1966 Nebula award for best novel. "Clever, colorful, and highly original." Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 4-126. A very good copy, offsetting and spotting to end papers, soiling and spotting to top edge and fore edge in a very good dust jacket, shelf wear, mild loss to corners, heel of spine panel, small chip at head of spine panel, mild soiling to yellow background of jacket, some closed tears to rear panel. (8957) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr, Bookseller, ABAA/ILAB]
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        A Weekend with Claud

      London: Hutchinson,, 1967. Octavo. Original black boards, titles to spine in silver. With the dust jacket. An excellent copy in the jacket that is a little rubbed and nicked at the edges, with two closed tears to the lower panel. First edition, first impression. Signed by the author on the title page.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        GRANDE DIZIONARIO ENCICLOPEDICO UTET. Terza edizione interamente riveduta e accresciuta. 1967-1975.

      UTET, Torino - Opera completa in 20 volumi. Cm.29,6x19,5. Pg.20000 circa complessive. Legatura originale in mz.pelle e mz.tela. Tasselli con titoli in oro ai dorsi. Con circa 7000 illustrazioni nel testo e circa 1000 fuori testo. Il XX volume contiene l'"Indice - Atlante". Allegati: "Appendice 1979", "Appendice 1985", "Strumenti del sapere contemporaneo: Vol.I: I Concetti; Vol.II: Le Discipline", "Cronologia universale". "Dizionario dei capolavori" (tre volumi). Appendice: "La Nuova Europa". Ottime condizioni di conservazione. 96000 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Chang Dai-chien's Paintings: with 130 Reproductions of the Master's Paintings Since 1944

      Hong Kong: East Society, 1967 - First edition, first printing. Quarto, 28.7*21.6*1.7cm. Text in English and Chinese. 130pp. Chiefly illustrations. Edited and published by Kao Ling-mei, English text by Yao Hsin-nung. Complete with 130 paintings. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Chang Dai-Chien&#39;s Paintings; with 130 reproductions of the Master&#39;s paintings since 1944

      Hong Kong: The East Society, 1967. 1st. Paperback. Near fine. Bound in the publisher&#39;s original illustrated wraps. Original plastic dust cover is lightly rubbed, else fine. Illustrated throughout with black & white reproductions of Professor Chang Dai-chien&#39;s paintings from 1944 to 1966, with one two-panel reproduction in color. Text in English and Chinese.

      [Bookseller: James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A]
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        Two months before he announces he will seek the presidency, Richard Nixon reflects, â??As a boy, I enjoyed â?¦ reading of the lives of famous men such as Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson, both of whom I admired greatly â?¦ I still enjoy biographies of famous men such as Winston Churchill and Robert Blakeâ??s Disraeli â?¦â?

      "Comprises: (1) Typed Letter Signed â??Richard Nixon,â? half page, 7.25â? x 10.5â?. New York, December 5, 1967. To Dr. Evelyn B. Byrne, New York. On his personal letterhead. Mid-horizontal fold passes through base of signature. With original postmarked envelope. Fine condition. In full, â??At your suggestion, I have edited my original letter, and had it re-typed and updated for the purpose of your book, which I trust will be a success and will fulfill your hope.â? A photocopy of Nixonâ??s original August 10, 1967, letter is present. (2) Typed Letter Signed â??Richard Nixon,â? 1 page, 7.25â? x 10.5â?. New York, December 5, 1967. To Dr. Evelyn B. Byrne, New York. On his personal letterhead. With original postmarked envelope. Fine condition. In full, â??I have long felt that teen-age years provide a wonderful opportunity to begin a reading program. And, of all the disciplines that students will have to exercise in the years ahead, the habit of reading good literature will be one of the most rewarding. Through it they will have a richer, fuller, more meaningful existence as it will bring them great insights into the world around them. â??As a boy, I enjoyed reading Revolutionary and Civil War stories and I also spent a great deal of time reading the of the lives of famous men such as Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson, both of whom I admired greatly. Today, most of my reading time is devoted to current events, although, as in my youth, I still enjoy biographies of famous men such as Winston Churchill and Robert Blakeâ??s Disraeli. With best wishes for what will surely be a most rewarding and successful project for you.â? Two months later, on February 1, 1968, Richard Nixon announced he was seeking the 1968 Republican nomination for President. He was nominated at the Republican National Convention in August, elected in November, and inaugurated as the 37th U.S. President on January 20, 1969."

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