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        A Model of Leptons

      American Physical Society, Physical Review Letters 1967 - FIRST EDITION of Steven Weinberg's model of the electroweak force, one of the essential components of the standard model of particle physics. Weinberg shared the 1979 Nobel Prize in Physics for his "contribution to the theory of the unified and weak electromagnetic interaction." "As Steven Weinberg tells the story, there was Isaac Newton's theory of gravity, 'intended to explain the movements of the celestial bodies and how such things as apples fall to the ground; and there was James Clerk Maxwell's account of electromagnetism as a way to explain light, radiation, magnetism, and the forces that operate between electrically charged particles.'" The quantum revolution "introduced two new forces, both operating at very short range, within the nucleus of the atom. The strong force holds the particles of the nucleus together and is very strong. The other is known as the weak force, which is responsible for radioactive decay. And so, until the 1960s there were four forces that needed to be reconciled: gravity, electromagnetism, the strong nuclear force, and the weak radioactive force" (Peter Watson, The Modern Mind). At Berkeley in 1967, "Weinberg produced a gauge theory that correctly predicted electromagnetic and weak nuclear forces. This was later to become known as the electroweak theory. In his paper, 'A model of leptons', he showed that although electromagnetism is much stronger than the weak force of everyday energies, the only way to devise a theory of the weak force is to include the electromagnetic force. Weinberg showed how what was seemingly impossible could be achieved and the forces could be unified through the interchange of particles in spite of the difference in their strengths. Abdus Salam had independently reached the same conclusions and what became known as the Weinberg-Salam model was a major advance on earlier models that had originally been applied to leptons. In 1979 Weinberg shared the Nobel Prize for Physics for this work with Salam and his old school friend Sheldon Glashow, who had extended the work that Weinberg and Salam had independently developed" (Chris Cooper, Physics). The discovery and description of the electroweak force has been confirmed experimentally and now is one of the essential elements of the "standard model" of particle physics. "By 1988, Weinberg's three-page paper in the Physical Review was the most frequently cited paper in elementary particle physics since the end of World War II" (Lightman, The Discoveries). Particle Physics: One Hundred Years of Discoveries; Brian Greene, The Elegant Universe. In: Physical Review Letters, Vol. 19, 1967, pp. 1264-66. Quarto, modern wrappers (without original wrappers); custom box. Fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Manhattan Rare Book Company, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Original colour lithographed poster for Galerie Maeght. With the overlay for the transfer to the Marlborough New London Gallery 1967 Colour lithograph after a painting by Bacon, printed by Arte.

      Galerie Maeght., Paris 1967 - Poster. A few very short tears in margins, light handing creases. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Roe and Moore]
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        Keziah Dane

      Macmillan, New York 1967 - First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper. Signed by the author. A beautiful copy of the author's scarce first book, a non-mystery published almost two decades before her Kinsey Millhone books. Although not marked in any way, this copy is from the distinguished modern first edition collection of Bruce Kahn. See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Keziah Dane signed 1st

      MacMillan, New York 1967 - 1st edition/1st printing with First Printing stated on the copyright page. Lovely example of this author's scarce 1st book, NOT ex-library or remaindered. SIGNED by the author on a laid-in glossy finish heavy stock half-sheet with Sue Grafton boldly signed on the bottom half, and a recent photograph of Ms. Grafton on the upper half. The book is straight, clean, tight, and has unblemished upper page edge stain. The book is graded near fine plus instead of fine only because there are a couple of small indentations on the back panel - there's no color loss or wear to the fabric of the binding. It is just as if an object with small feet rested on the back panel and caused those very slight indentations. The fine price intact dustjacket is clean, crisp, unfaded and has no tears or chips. Precedes the Kinsey Millhone alphabet series by 15 years. Many readers think this her best book.; Signed by Author 6722615 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: AAABOOKS (Authors & Artists)]
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        In a Piegan Lodge

      [Boston: D. Sacilotto for Charles Lauriat's 1967 - A breath-taking image from "The North American Indian", the grandest illustrated work ever produced in the United States, the most important illustrated work on American Indians, and the single greatest book in Western Americana. "Little Plume with his son Yellow Kidney occupies the position of honor, the space at the rear opposite the entrance. The picture is full of suggestion of the various Indian activities. In a prominent place lie the ever-present pipe and its accessories on the tobacco cutting-board. From the lodge- poles hang the buffalo-skin shield, the long medicine-bundle, an eagle- wing fan, and a deerskin articles for accoutering the horse. The upper end of the rope is attached to the intersection of the lodge-poles, and in stormy weather the lower end is made fast to a stake near the centre of the floor space." (Curtis, List of Large Plates Supplementing Volume Six) A subgroup of the Blackfoot tribe, the Piegan are of Algonquin stock and inhabited the Plains and Prairies region of North America. They were the quintessential Plains Indians, and in his notes, Curtis described them as amiable people, who had a propensity for social formalities and were easy to work with. The original edition of Curtis' The North American Indian had 214 subscribers and Curtis himself handled the distribution. After Curtis declared bankruptcy, the booksellers Charles Lauriat's of Boston purchased the outstanding stock, and the edition from which this print comes was commissioned in order to complete a number of incomplete portfolios. According to information supplied by the printers, the edition was strictly limited with only 17 sets being produced. Edward Curtis was fascinated with the story of the American Indian from an early age, honing both his knowledge of them and his skill as a photographer on numerous scientific expeditions in the 1890s. With the enthusiastic backing of President Theodore Roosevelt (who wrote the foreword), Curtis evolved his plan for a comprehensive work that would illustrate his romantic vision of American Indian life before the disastrous impact of European contact. He obtained the patronage of J. Pierpont Morgan, whose support (and later, that of his son) enabled the project to go forward. What had originally been projected to take five or six years stretched to twenty-three, consumed $1,200,000 (a third in subsidy from the Morgans), and finally reached a conclusion in 1930, leaving Curtis a broken and bankrupt man. Nonetheless, he succeeded in accomplishing his grand design, and the set remains his monument. Cf. Naef & Goldschmidt The Truthful Lens 40; cf. Howes C-965. Photogravure by Curtis, finely printed from the original plate, on wove paper watermarked "Tweedweave", by the master printmaker D. Sacilotto. A rare edition, not to be confused with later restrikes. A fine print, the beauty and quality of which rivals that of the original plates.(Small discreet collection stamp outside of plate mark on verso.) Very good condition apart from some mild rippling.

      [Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA)]
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      - Lausanne, André et Pierre Gonin, 1967. En feuilles. Ouvrage illustré de 18 lithographies originales en couleurs de Jaques Berger. Avec exceptionnellement une SUITE SUR JAPON NACRE, signée au crayon. Couverture rempliée. Chemise-étui de l'éditeur en demi-parchemin et toile écrue. Ensemble en excellent état. Un des 153 exemplaires sur grand vélin de Rives (n°76), signé par l'auteur, l'artiste et l'éditeur. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Librairie de l'Univers]
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        THE MASTER AND MARGARITA. Translated from the Russian

      Collins and The Harvill Press. London.,1967. FIRST EDITION of this translation. A fine, clean copy in a fine leather binding. Recent full dark green morocco. Spine with raised bands. The compartments ruled, decorated and lettered in gilt. Single gilt ruled border on boards. Top edge gilt. The scarce first printing of Glenny's popular translation. Preceded in 1967 by an inferior translation, by Mirra Ginsburg, which was taken from the heavily edited Russian edition, the Glenny version translates the complete novel and has always been the prefered text.:

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        Master & Margarita

      New York: Harper and Row, 1967: First Edition, First Printing. In Near Fine condition, in a Near Fine, original dust jacket with price of $5.95 intact. Cloth shows faint edge wear. Tiny nick to top of rear end paper at gutter. The dust jacket shows light rubbing and light soiling. A lovely copy.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Furniture History: The Journal of the Furniture History Society. III-XVI. In eight volumes

      80 - Furniture History Society 1967 - A smartly bound set of this furniture history journal, which will interest decorative arts enthusiasts. Featuring numerous illustrations and plates. With many interesting articles. Volume V concerns 'The Drawings of John Linnell in the Victoria and Albert Museum'. Volume XIII concerns 'Furniture in England, France and the Netherlands from the Twelfth to the Fifteenth Century'. Volume XVI concerns 'The Furnishing and Decoration of Ham House'. Condition: In modern half crushed morocco bindings, with cloth-covered boards. Externally, near fine, with just occasional faint marks. Internally, firmly bound and bright and generallyclean, with just occasionalspots to first and last few pages. Some dusting to textblock edges. Ink signature to frontfree-endpaper of Volume IX. Overall: NEAR FINE. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA]
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        Picnic At Hanging Rock

      F. W. Cheshire Melbourne 1967 First Edition - 8vo. Green papered boards, in d/w - clipped. Signed by Lindsay on half title. " Joan Lindsay Baxter Dec. 1967. " Baxter is where Mulberry Hill is located. Very good copy in d/w with very light shelf wear at top and bottom. SCARCE SIGNED first edition.

      [Bookseller: Dial-A-Book]
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        Wanted The Killers Past Present and Future

      1967 - 624x459mm. Day-glow green screen print. Condition: Near Fine, very small pin-holes to corners, slight handling marks to right edge, otherwise fine. A fresh crisp copy with no tears and good signature. Signed in pencil bottom right. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: William Allen Word & Image]
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        Exhibition of Paintings by Chang Dai-Chien: August 19-September 4, 1967, Laky Galleries

      Carmel, Calif.: Laky Galleries, 1967 - Slim octavo, 21*20cm, 36p., text description of 31 works, 27 illustrations, plus 3 photos. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Chinese Art Books]
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        Dwight D. Eisenhower; John Lindsay

      1967 - Typed letter signed "Dwight D. Eisenhower" to New York Mayor John Lindsay, November 7, 1967. 8vo., on personal letterhead (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania); unpublished. "Dear Mayor Lindsay: I am indeed grateful that you thought of sending me a copy of your recent publication `Journey into Politics.' I appreciate, too, the kind personal inscription. Although I had little chance to do more than glance through it, it has been placed on my bedside table for reading in greater detail. With warm personal regard and best wishes." Professionally matted and framed. Shipping extra. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: North Star Rare Books & Manuscripts]
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        The Manor

      New York: Farar, Straus and Giroux,, 1967. Octavo. Original purple cloth, titles to spine and upper board in black and gold, black endpapers, yellow top-stain. Boards slightly faded along top edge, bump to lower corner. An excellent copy in the toned jacket with a closed tear to the rear panel. First edition, first printing. Inscribed by the author on the title page "To my editor Janet Loranger with my greetings and best wishes, Isaac B. Singer".

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      Harcourt Brace & World, NY 1967 - First US edition, first prnt. Signed by Golding on the half-title page. Holograph note by Golding on his personalized 4x5.5 inch postcard is laid-in. "I'm sending back the twenty because it's more than is necessary and it's difficult to change. Best wishes William Golding." Also laid-in is Golding's holograph return address cut from the return mailer. Postcard in Fine condition. Book with beginning board edge and topedge toning and spine topedge cloth lightly worn; dustjacket with touch of shelfwear, mostly at corners and spine ends, beginning toning on spine and flap folds and a price-clip. Very Good+ condition in a Very Good dustjacket with an archival cover. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Revere Books, ABAA & IOBA]
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        DOCUMENTS INÉDITS DE ET RELATIFS À L'ASSOCIATION RWANDAISE D'ÉDUCATION ET DE CULTURE - AREC (Première partie) (Signés par Smaragde Mbyirukira et Ignace Semba)

      août-décembre 1967, Kigali - Bruxelles - Kampela - "Légers plis d'envoi, petits plis aux coins supérieurs de certains feuillets, pli et très petite déchirure recollée au bord droit du quatrième document, sinon excellent état. L'AREC était une organisation politico-culturelle clandestine fondée le 28 août 1966 à Kigali par des révolutionnaires et progressistes rwandais en vue de préparer la création d'un parti guidé par le marxisme-léninisme et la pensée de Mao Tsé-toung (Mao Zedong) et ayant débouché, environ quatre ans plus tard, sur la fondation du Parti de la Révolution Rwandaise - PRR. Le Congrès de fondation avait réuni 27 représentants de 54 cercles regroupant 520 membres (292 ouvriers dont 79 agricoles, 92 militaires dont 7 officiers, 85 paysans, 30 étudiants dont 9 universitaires, 16 fonctionnaires et 5 chômeurs). Il était présidé par Smaragde Mbyirukira, son Secrétaire général étant Ignace Semba. Cinq documents: Lettre de 3 pages dactylographiées 33cm x 20,5cm adressée au Comité Central - CC du Parti Communiste de Belgique - PCB (Grippa), au nom du CC de l'AREC, par Mbyirukira et Semba, avec signatures autographes et cachet de l'AREC, datée Kigali, 11 août 1967. Ils transmettent les Statuts de l'AREC et un rapport sur la vie de l'organisation et communiquent leur adresse à Kampala. Les Statuts, précédés d'un long préambule historique, détaillent les objectifs de l'AREC, traitent de l'admission des membres, de leurs droits et devoirs, détaillent la structure organique de l'organisation, etc (16pp dactylographiées de même format, avec mêmes signatures et cachet). Le Document intitulé "Bref aperçu sur la vie de l'AREC du 28-8-1966 au 31-5-1967" donne des informations détaillées sur la création de l'AREC, la composition sociale de ses membres, leur nombre et leur répartition géographique, les méthodes de direction, l'éducation des membres, etc (5pp dactylographiées de même format, avec mêmes signatures et cachet). Copie carbone non signée de la lettre d'une page dactylographiée 33cm x 21,5cm adressée à Smaragde Mbyirukira et Ignace Semba par Luc-Daniel Dupire (responsable des relations avec l'Afrique du PCB (Grippa)), datée Bruxelles, 25 novembre 1967. Il s'excuse du retard considérable de sa réponse: "les récentes attaques lancées contre notre Parti de l'extérieur et de l'intérieur en sont la cause". Il signale qu' "un de nos camarades passera à Kampala entre le 28 décembre au soir et le 1er janvier" et demande qu'un rendez-vous puisse être fixé à cette occasion. Il espère qu'ils reçoivent régulièrement "La Voix du Peuple" (l'hebdomadaire du PCB (Grippa)) et leur adresse le catalogue du "Livre International" (la maison d'édition et de diffusion du Parti), dont les titres qui les intéressent peuvent leur être adressés. Lettre de 3 pages manuscrites 33cm x 20,5cm avec signature autographe et cachet de l'AREC, adressée au CC du PCB (Grippa) par Smaragde Mbyirukira, datée Kampala, 4 décembre 1967. Après une longue profession de foi marxiste-léniniste et anti-révisionniste, il fixe le rendez-vous proposé au 30 décembre à Kampala, et convient de signes de reconnaissance. Il signale qu'aucun exemplaire de "La Voix du Peuple" ne leur est parvenu. Rwanda / Belgique / Communisme / Marxisme-léninisme."

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        Dying in the English Kills, Man & Mast #2 (Brooklyn)

      1967 - John A. Noble (1913-1983); Dying in the English Kills, Man & Mast #2 (Brooklyn); 1967; Lithograph, edition of 300; Signed and titled in pencil; 23" x 26 3/4" framed Born in Paris in 1913, John A. Noble was the son of the noted American painter, John “Wichita Bill” Noble. He spent his early years in the studios of his father and his father’s contemporaries, innovative artists and writers of the early part of this century. A graduate of the Friends Seminary in New York City, Noble returned to France in 1931, where he studied for one year at the University of Grenoble. There he met his wife and lifetime companion, “the lovely, green-eyed” Susan Ames. When he returned to New York, he studied for one year at the National Academy of Design. From 1928 until 1945, Noble worked as a seaman on schooners and in marine salvage. In 1928, while on a schooner that was towing out down the Kill van Kull, the waterway that separates Staten Island from New Jersey, he saw the old Port Johnston coal docks for the first time. Port Johnston, New Jersey, was “the largest graveyard of wooden sailing vessels in the world. In 1941, Noble began to build his floating studio there, out of parts of vessels he salvaged. From 1946 on, he worked as a full-time artist. Although he was raised in artistic circles and quickly gained recognition for his work, Noble always remained intimate with the people of the coal docks. “I’m with factory people, industrial people, the immigrants, the sons of immigrants,” he asserted. “It gives life to it.” Late in his life, Noble recalled his first compelling views of New York Harbor. “I was crossing the 134th Street Bridge on the Harlem River on a spring day in 1928, and I was so shocked--it changed my life. I was frozen on that bridge, because both east and west of the bridge were sailing vessels. And I thought sailing vessels, you know, were gone. There it was, and I couldn’t eat, or anything; I was so excited.” By the time of his death in the spring of 1983, shortly after the passing of his beloved Susan, the sailing vessels he loved were all gone, and the maritime industry in the area had diminished significantly. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco]
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        NO'S KNIFE

      London: Calder and Boyars, (1967) - This is the "A" series: Number 39 of only 100 numbered and signed copies, hors commerce, bound in quarter calf and buckram. This 168-page edition collects the Nobel Prize winner's short prose from 1945 through 1966. A beautiful, obviously unread example, all edges gilt. A true collector's copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mystery Pier Books, Inc.,ABAA, ILAB, ABA]
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      Vialetay,, Paris, 1967 - Exemplaire d artiste, tire a 300 exemplaires numerotes. 238 pp. in-folio,

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        [Original Heavily Revised Autograph Manuscript of:] "HIGH WIRE TO THE CRATER" [caption title]

      [Np] [nd but ca. 1967].. Seven leaves of ruled 8 x 13" paper. Horizontal fold, paperclip rust mark at top edge, otherwise very good. An extensively revised working manuscript, in blue, red and black ink, of this review of Lowry's SELECTED LETTERS and UNDER THE VOLCANO, both published by Cape, the former the first UK edition, the latter the first UK edition to include Spender's Introduction. Redgrave had been at Cambridge at the same time as Lowry, and co-edited CAMBRIDGE POETRY 1930, which included Lowry's first appearance in book form. The actor incorporates in his review a substantial personal component, as well as the critical stance of a reviewer: "I remember him chiefly for his presence, as distinct from his personality. He was bright- eyed, sharp-nosed, burly and probably a bit muscle-bound ... but, with all his strength, extremely gentle ...." The review saw publication in the SUNDAY TIMES.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        Lolita [Russian]

      NY: Phaedra Press. (1967). The hardcover issue of the first Russian-language edition of Nabokov's masterwork, which was first published in Paris in English in 1955. This translation was done by Nabokov himself and includes a postscript by him that appears only in this edition. This is Juliar's "issue b" in pink cloth, with three cancels; "issue a" was in wrappers. Fine in a very good, mildly rubbed dust jacket with one edge tear at the upper rear spine fold. First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Voyage of the Resolution and Discovery, 1776-1780, 2 Vols.

      Hakluyt Society, 1967, - (COOK, James). The Voyage of the Resolution and Discovery 1776-1780; edited by J.C. Beaglehole. Volume III of the Journals of Captain James Cook on His Voyages of Discovery. In Two Volumes. L.: Published for the Hakluyt Society at Cambridge University Press, 1967. Pp 718, with frontis., illustrations; 724-1647, with illustrations and map. 8vo, blue cloth. The Hakluyt Society, Extra Series, No. 36. Vg in dj. 800.00 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John W. Doull, Bookseller (A.B.A.C.)]
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        Andy Warhol's Index Book (Hardbound) [SIGNED by Stephen Shore]

      Random House, New York 1967 - First edition, first printing. Signed in black ink opposite the title page by Shore. Hardcover. Photographically illustrated paper-covered boards with tipped on 3-D photographically illustrated plate on cover and title stamped in silver on spine; no dust jacket as issued; missing original printed plastic bag. Contributions by Andy Warhol, Stephen Shore, Billy Name, Nat Finkelstein, Paul Morissey, Ondine, Nico, Christopher Cerf, Alan Rinzler, Gerald Harrison, Akihito Shirakawa and David Paul. Unpaginated (74 pp.), with pop-ups, fold-outs and affixed items, one 45-rpm record and black-and-white illustrations throughout. 11-1/4 x 8-3/4 inches. CONDITION: Near Fine. Binding is attached but loose for the first and last signatures; Covers have some surface wear in white areas (very small bump to front lower right corner); missing original printed plastic bag; Castle pop-up is attached, complete and fully-functioning; Red accordion is attached, complete but squeaker is not audible; Bi-plane pop-up is attached, complete and fully-functioning; "The Chelsea Girls" paper wheel mounted on a spring is attached, complete and in fine condition; The 12-sided "sphere" is complete (elastic band on inside broken and separated at one side). The "sphere" is unattached to the black string, which is still attached to book; The Lou Reed Picture Disc Record is attached to the binding, complete within its square (not removed) and in excellent condition; The double image of the rainbow nose with pink overlay is complete, functioning and attached, as are the fold-out pages; The "Hunt's Tomato Paste" can pop-up is complete, functioning and attached; All eight of the rectangular tear-offs, from the "FOR A BIG SURPRISE!!!" page (four on left, four on right) are present including all four printed with "Andy Warhol"; The balloon has deteriorated and is sticking the two pages together (this is common in virtually all copies of this book). [Cited in Andrew Roth, ed., The Book of 101 Books: Seminal Photographic Books of the Twentieth Century. (New York: PPP Editions in association with Roth Horowitz LLC, 2001), and in Martin Parr and Gerry Badger, The Photobook: A History, Volume II. (London and New York: Phaidon, 2006).] From Vince Aletti in The Book of 101 Books: "One of the earliest and most thoroughly documented [books] of the Factory's crews is memorialized in [this book], the artist's first publication to use photography and text after an earlier series of privately printed illustrated books. A disjointed and playful pastiche, Index (Book) has the impromptu feel of a project thrown together as a lark. Most of its pages are filed with high-contrast, snapshot-style black-and-white photographs taken by . Billy Name.As if to puncture this glam bubble, Index (Book) is also filled with an ingratiating array of gimmicks. Among them: a pop-up illustration of a castle under attack (with photos of Warhol & Co. collaged into its windows), a red pleated accordion tucked into a gatefold, another gatefold with Andy's nose in profile sliced into a series of colored flaps, a balloon, a Velvets record, a Chelsea Girls ad on a spring, and a Hunt's tomato past can that pops up between two head shots of International Velvet." Signed by Author [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Vincent Borrelli, Bookseller]
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        Time Magazine; September 22, 1967 The Beatles/ Their New Incarnation

      Chicago: Time, 1967, Chicago - Soft Cover. Very Good. First Edition. Signed By Subject. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Collectorsemall]
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        Mundunculum. Ein tentatives Logico-Poeticum, dargestellt wie Plan und Programm oder Traum zu einem provisorischen Mytherbarium für Visionspflanzen. Band 1: Das rot'sche Videum.

      Köln, DuMont, 1967 - 8°, 327 S., zahlr. s/w Abb., Brosch., Min. beschienen sonst gutes Exemplar. EA. Seiten unbeschnittten. 1100 gr. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        AROUND THE WORLD ON A NICKEL. Inscribed.

      Vir Publishing House,, New Delhi 1967 - Bedford, Jimmy. AROUND THE WORLD ON A NICKEL. Inscribed. India:: Vir Publishing House, 1967. 8vo., 314pp. Illustrated through with photos. A very good example of a rarely encountered superb travel book. Cinnabar red cloth covered boards with stamped yellow titles on upper cover & spine. In a very good example of the most uncommon dustwrapper, the spine sunned showing moderate use. The story of the author's trip around the world from 1958 to 1960. A neat Presentation Copy, signed & inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper: "For The / Garnet McRosties / with deep appreciation / for your warm hospitality / during my trip - / And your selfless contributions / to the people of Africa - / Best wishes from the author - / Jimmy Bedford / Christmas 1968" On page 105 of the book: "An African gardener came from a nearby house with some cool, filtered water for me and offered to take me to the American mission . Mrs. McCrostie of Golden, Colo., invited me right in, started fixing a pitcher of cold apple cider, and told me to make myself at home. . She apologized that her husband, Garnett, was out in the bush but would return for supper and she was putting on an extra place for me". [A few ink marks throughout & on pp. 104, 105 & 106 where the recipients noted their mention by the author]. A very uncommon book. Printed in India in a small run, few copies have surfaced. Jimmy B. Bedford (June 10, 1927–1990) was the former head of the University of Alaska Fairbanks journalism department where there is a Jimmy B. Bedford Memorial Scholarship set up in his honor. As a professor of journalism & photography, he was supportive of native Alaska writers: he wrote the foreword for the autobiography of Emily Ivanoff Brown ("Ticasuk"). His papers including the typescript for his "Around The World On A Nickel", are housed at University of Alaska, Fairbanks, consisting of materials documenting Bedford's personal & professional interests & his career in photojournalism & the teaching of journalism & photography. Also found in the collection are files relating to the journalism department of the University of Alaska Fairbanks, where Bedford spent most of his teaching career, & to Afghanistan, where he spent a year as a Fulbright scholar in the early 1960s. There are also small amounts of material relating to the University of Kansas & the University of Maryland, where he held his first teaching positions. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Lord of Light (First Edition)

      Doubleday, New York 1967 - Bright blue peacock fantasy design on front cover. $4.95 price is intact on front flyleaf.There is only a slight bump to the top and bottom of dust jacket spine, otherwise a beautiful glossy, smooth dust jacket. $4.95 price is intact on front flyleaf. Top of text block slightly discolored and very faint discoloration to front and rear endpapers. Tight binding, clean white pages. I have probably overdescribed the negatives on this book-it is a beautiful copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Preferred Books]
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        Louis St Laurent [SIGNED BY ST. LAURENT]

      Macmillan of Canads, Toronto, ON, Canada 1967 - A near fine copy in brown boards with gold, gilt lettering on the spine in a fine, unclipped dust jacket showing a price of $9.50. INSCRIBED BY LOUIS ST. LAURENT ON THE HALF TITLE PAGE IN THE YEAR OF PUBLICATION "fOR MY FRIEND.MY HIGH ESTEEM AND WARM REGARDSAND BEST WISHES LOUIS ST. LAURENT DECEMBER 6TH 1967" This is a first edition and is a tight, clean copy with no other markings of any kind. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        A Historical Collection of the Several Voyages and Discoveries in the South Pacific Ocean

      Israel / Da Capo 1967 - Size: A4 (300 x 210mm approx.). Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Slight foxing front/rear pages, but body of book mostly clean and unfoxed. Original Glassene Wrapper. All edges clean, neat and free of foxing. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Exploration; Antiquarian & Rare. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 8240. This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mr Pickwick's Fine Old Books]
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        Les vies des hommes illustres (4 volumes)

      Club du Livre 1967 - 4 volumes in-4 (28*23), reliure plein cuir de l'éditeur, plats à décor noir et or, dos à 4 nerfs, titre et décor dorés ,tranche supérieure dorée, tomes 1 et 3 sous emboitage toilés, 408 +401+407 pages, illustrations hors texte en noir, lettrines en couleurs, préface d'André Maurois, tirage à 3600 exemplaires sur Vélin Antique destiné aux membres du corps enseignant (ici le 3339), on joint le fort volume contenant deux suites ; excellent état. Décaris

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        To Colour Thought

      New Haven, Yale University Library,, 1967. Octavo. Bound in full terracotta morocco, titles to spine gilt, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. With the original card slipcase. With 10 illustrations in colour and in black and white. Some minor spotting to a couple of leaves, an excellent copy beautifully bound. Limited edition of 300 copies printed at the Officina Bodoni; this is one of 10 copies specially bound for the Yale University Library.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      mars-juin 1967, (Brazzaville) - (Pékin ?) - Bruxelles - Légers plis d'envoi au premier et aux deux derniers documents, sinon excellent état. Le Premier Groupe Marxiste-Léniniste Kamerunais - PGMLK fut créé par Henri Hogbe Nlend, membre du Bureau du Comité Directeur (provisoire) - BCD(p) de l'Union des Populations du Cameroun - UPC (fondé en septembre 1964 par Osende Afana) et futur candidat à l'élection présidentielle de 1977. Le PGMLK tint une Assemblée générale le 2 mai 1966. Six documents : Lettre de 2 pp. manuscrites 20cmx16,5 cm, avec signature autographe, adressée à René Raindorf (membre du Bureau Politique du Parti Communiste de Belgique - PCB (Grippa)) par Charles Djon-Djon, au nom du Secrétariat administratif du PGMLK, datée (Brazzaville), 28 mars 1967. Il lui donne l'adresse de Tumbo Soriba à Brazzaville qu'il a oublié de lui communiquer lors de leur entretien (à Brazzaville), et lui transmet pour publication la Déclaration du PGMLK sur la Grande Révolution Culturelle Prolétarienne (absente). Charles Djon-Djon, enseignant du Congo-Brazzaville à Bamako, rejoint Osende Afana en 1963 à Conakry. En 1964-1965, le BCD(p) de l'UPC le délègue au Secrétariat permanent de l'Association des Ecrivains et Journalistes Afro-Asiatiques. Il entre ensuite au BCD(p). Très réticent à accompagner Osende Afana lorsque celui-ci constitue un maquis à partir de septembre 1965, il quitte celui-ci au bout d'un mois. En février 1990, il participera à une action coordonnée des groupes d'opposition en vue de réclamer le multipartisme. Il sera aussitôt arrêté avec huit autres personnes pour "atteinte à la sûreté de l'Etat" et "subversion" et condamné. Lettre de 4 pp 1/2 dactylographiée 27cmx21cm, avec signature et deux lignes autographes, adressée (de Pékin ?) au Comité Central - CC du PC belge (en fait PC de Belgique (Grippa)) par Elise Osende (veuve d'Osende Afana), "responsable en délégation du Comité d'action pour l'explication de la situation politique de l'UPC", datée 20 avril 1967. Elle met en garde contre le PGMLK en donnant des détails biographiques sur ses principaux responsables, à savoir Henri Hogbe Nlend, Charles Djon-Djon et Luc Tagny, qu'elle dénonce longuement (et notamment de collusion avec les Soviétiques, en ce qui concerne ce dernier). Elle donne pour adresses postales celles de Fatou Fatmata à Pékin et de Roger Pakiston à Brazzaville. Copie carbone non signée de la lettre d'une p. dactylographiée 27,5cmx21,5cm adressée à Fatou Fatmata par la Secrétaire de Rédaction de la "Voix du Peuple", datée Bruxelles, 28 mai 1967, remerciant vivement pour la lettre du 20 avril. Copie carbone non signée d'une lettre d'une p. dactylographiée adressée le même jour par la même à Charles Djon-Djon, accusant réception de sa lettre du 28 mars et annonçant l'envoi de 20 exemplaires de "La Voix du Peuple". Copie carbone de 2pp. Dactylographiées 26,5cmx21cm d'un texte intitulé "Mise au point du PGMLK sur les manœuvres criminelles des éléments scissionnistes", daté 6 juin 196, avec signature autographe de Charles Djon-Djon, Secrétaire à l'Organisation. Ce texte dément les affirmations contenues dans des documents publiés au nom du Groupe en mai 1967 selon lesquelles une assemblée du Groupe aurait destitué son Secrétariat et confié provisoirement la direction à François Fosso. Il souligne que ce dernier n'a jamais eu de responsabilités au sein du Groupe, "s'oppose résolument à la juste ligne politique et organisationnelle marxiste-léniniste du Groupe, et nie l'importance et la nécessité de la direction prolétarienne". Copie carbone non signée 27cmx21cm du Message de félicitation adressé au CC du PC chinois par le PGMLK le 19 juin 1967 à l'occasion de l'explosion de la première bombe à hydrogène chinoise (1 p. dactylographiée, tapée sur la même machine que le Message ayant même objet adressé à la même date au Comité Chinois de Solidarité Afro-Asiatique par François Fosso au nom du BCD(p) de l'UPC). Cameroun / Belgique / Communisme / Marxisme-léninisme

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        Eco. Revista De La Cultura De Occidente # 82. Febrero 1967. Tomo XIV / 4

      Libreria Buchholz, Bogotá 1967 - Gabriel Gasrcía Márquez "Cien Años de Soledad (fragmento", Ernesto Volkening "Reconquista y pérdida de la América arcaica en Los Pasos Perdidos de Alejo Carpentier", Germán Colmenares "Vargas Llosa y el problema de la realidad en la novela", Helena Araujo "De Tipacoque a París", Witold Gombrowicz "Apuntes argentinos", etc. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Carlos Carnero Figuerola]
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        Ossip Zadkine Le Sculpteur-Graveur de 1919 a 1967. Premiere Partie: Eaux-Fortes Deuxieme Partie: Lithographes. Preface de Jean Adhemar.

      Chez L’Auteur, Art-C [hristophe]. C[zwiklitzer]. - MCMLXVII [Paris, 1967]. Number 35 of a total edition of 375, signed by the author and artist & with a signed, original Zadkine etching. - A signed presentation copy in a specially made, handcrafted, design binding. [Partial Colophon]: “ ‘L’Oeuvre grave et lithographie de Zadkine’, a ete acheve d’imprimer le 27 septembre 1967, chez E. et B., Karlsruhe, en Allemagne, pour Christophe Czwiklitzer, Art-C.C., sur papier glace 150 gr., typographie ‘futura maigre’, au nombre limite de 375 exemplaires portent chaucun en frontispiece une eaux-forte originale signee [original signed etching] par l’artiste [Zadkine] et numerotee, tiree sur le presses a bras de David a Paris [-] Le cuivre a ete raye après le tirage. Exemplaire portent le No. 35”. [Signed at top of colophon:] O.Zadkine Czwiklitzer. [Translated partial colophon]: “L’Oeuvre grave et lithographe de Zadkine” [Engraved & Lithographic Work of Zadkine] was finished on 27th of September, 1967 at E. & B., Karlsruhe, Germany for Christophe Czwiklitzer, Art_C.C., on [a] glazed paper of 150 gr., typeface is ‘futura maigre’, limited to 375 numbered copies, each with a frontispiece of an original, numbered & signed [Zadkine] etching printed on an etching press by David in Paris. The copperplate has been scratched across after being printed. This copy is number 35. Signed at the top of the colophon page: O. Zadkine [/] Czwiklitzer. Size of binding: 9 5/8” x 13 1/8”, 227 pp., illustrated with more than 183 reproductions of Zadkine etchings & lithographs (# 183 is in color), and other illustrations; original, glossy, color pictorial paper covers, half-title page, and spine have been preserved & bound in at the end of the book. Partial catalogue description of the original, signed etching, which is the frontispiece of this book: “No. 77 – L’Infortune H. 282 mm. x L. 207 mm. 1967 Eau-forte Frontispiece du present livre: ‘L’Oeuvre grave et lithographie de Ossip Zadkine’. Tirage a 375 exemplaires, [-] sur papier velin d’Arches, signee et numerotes [-]”. This etching is an image of a man in worn out clothes, seated in a chair and holding a can. Specially bound in full, black morocco leather, with the title vertically gilt-lettered on the spine: ZADKINE “L’Oeuvre grave et lithographie”, and with a gold-stamped reproduction of Zadkine’s signature on the upper left-hand of the front cover and a gold-stamped, outline reproduction of an initialed Zadkine etching: “La Vestale” (1966) (Number 64; page 87 of this book), in the lower right-hand of the front cover; headbands in red & black, gray paper endpapers. This finely crafted binding is not signed, but is of very high quality workmanship. Signed presentation copy, with presentation inscription in ink on second front flyleaf: For this sympathetic ex-banker [-] dedicated with my greatest pleasure Frankfort, the 30 of September 1972 Christophe Czwiklitzer. In a sturdy drop-back box with a matching black leather spine, gold-lettered to match the book, sides covered in a fine-textured gray cloth, with inner surface of spine covered in black leather, gray cloth inner edges and tan paper lining. The book is in fine condition, spine ends of slipcase show light rubbing. Text of this book is in French. Weight: 6 ½ lbs. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Typed Letters Signed

      1967. Two typed letters signed from Watts to his agent, Henry Volkening. Watts discusses instructions for handling an article, an introduction he has prepared for a book on the counterculture, and plans for reprinting Watts's own title -- The Book: On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are. The first letter is on the stationery of the Gopher Campus Motor Lodge in Minneapolis and concerns the sale of the introduction for Book of the Love Generation and promotion for The Book itself: "I look forward with pleasant horror to seeing the kind of promotion he [Eugene Schwartz] will concoct. The RH [Random House] people think he is quite insane to take on a book of this kind." The second letter is written from the UK and concerns the dispositions of the people handling Watts's book. "Schwarz [sic] is going to promote under the headline `THIS BOOK WILL ABOLISH YOUR FEAR OF DEATH!' The things I have to live up to!" This letter bears the underlinings of the recipient and is folded for mailing. The first letter bears a few numbers in pencil; otherwise each letter is fine. Watts's title -- The Book: On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are -- was a synthesis of his writings up to that point, incorporating much eastern philosophy and much in the way of analysis and metaphor derived both from everyday experience, the psychedelic experience, and the new experimental therapies that were sweeping the West Coast at the time. Watts, whose early experiments with psychedelics were chronicled in his 1962 book The Joyous Cosmology: Adventures in the Chemistry of Consciousness, was a counterculture "superstar" by 1967, and these letters give an indication of how much he was in demand at the time.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Monterey Pop Festival Tickets, Program, and Business Card

      [Monterey, California]: Monterey Pop Festival Inc.. 1967. First. Collection of items from the Monterey Pop Festival, including four concert tickets, measuring 3.5" x 1.25"; two business cards, measuring 3.5" x 4"; and a quarto, 80-page full-color event program perfectbound in stiff paper wrappers. The tickets and business card are fine, while the program is near fine with very minor wear at the extremities. The legendary three-day Monterey Pop Festival, held in Monterey, California on June 16-18, 1967, included a lineup of classic rock performers second only to Woodstock. It is considered by some music historians as an even more important event: it kicked off the Summer of Love, was the first widely promoted and heavily attended rock festival, featured a particularly diverse group of performers, and was an early model of benefit concerts to follow (almost all the musicians performed for free, with all proceeds donated to a charitable foundation). The four tickets included here are unused front-row seats, labeled "stage front," for performances held on Friday, Saturday, and two different times on Sunday. The two double-sided business cards are from concert producer Alan Pariser, who first dreamed up the idea of the festival, with the address for the festival's office and its logo and artwork featuring Pan playing his flute. The event program is filled with editorials, advertisements, illustrations, and photographs of Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Jefferson Airplane, Simon & Garfunkel, and Otis Redding, as well as several other performers who did not appear (The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, and The Beach Boys), but who placed ads in support of the festival. This includes full-page artwork by The Beatles made specially for the program (Paul McCartney had also arranged for the booking of Hendrix and The Who at the festival). Also sprinkled throughout are essays from various musicians, critics, and music industry insiders including Leonard Bernstein, Jan Wenner, Bob Shelton, Derek Taylor, Peter Tork, and others commenting on the forthcoming festival. A wonderful collection of items from the first major pop music festival. .

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        The Magus [Fowles' Screenplay - Rare]

      Blazer Films, London 1967 - Fowles' screenplay for the 1968 film of his second novel, a near-fantasy set on a Greek island and involving a young expatriate Englishman who is drawn into the fantastic designs of a self-styled psychic. The film, with Anthony Quinn, Michael Caine, Candice Bergen and Anna Karina, gained a cult following in the Sixties. The cast included two of the best-known male leads of their time (Quinn & Caine), an up-and-coming young actress who had been nominated for a "Most Promising Newcomer" Golden Globe two years earlier (Bergen), and Anna Karina, a staple in the films of French avant garde director Jean-Luc Godard. The director was Guy Green, a former cinematographer, and while the material may have been a bit much for Green, whose previous movies had been more straightforward than the complicated, partly fantastic plot that Fowles' novel presented him with, the film was nominated for a British Academy award for cinematography. This script bears the name of David Harcourt and has revision sheets dated September 4, 7 and 12, and November 25, 1967. Harcourt is listed as a camera operator on a production schedule (laid in) dated August 15, 1967. Also laid in is the shooting schedule for November 11. These sheets are torn and sunned, but the script itself is near fine and claspbound in very good red covers. An early, complete piece of writing by Fowles, and likely the scarcest item in his bibliography: the Harry Ransom Center acquired a copy with Fowles' papers; the University of Iowa has a copy in its 20th Century Fox collection. It is Fowles' only screenplay to have been produced, and we have never heard of another copy coming on the market. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA (Lopezbooks)]
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