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        TO SEEK A NEWER WORLD

      Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City 1967 - INSCRIBED and SIGNED with a felt-tip pen on the half-title page by the author "For ----/With thanks and best wishes/Robert Kennedy." Books authentically signed by Robert Kennedy are uncommon, and this one is rather special as it was signed shortly before he was assassinated. Laid into the book are three interesting pieces of ephemera. One is a small printed invitation from the Colorado United Democrats for Humphrey to a "Coffee with the Vice President" for May 10. On the verso the inscribee of the Kennedy book has written a note stating that the signed book from Kennedy was received in the mail on 10 June 1968 as a gift for his work on the Kennedy-McCarthy coalition in Denver "where we shut out Hubert Humphrey." Also laid in is the top portion of the brown envelope that contained the book from the Kennedy for President Headquarters postmarked 2 June 1968. Kennedy was assassinated on 5 June 1968. Finally, there is a memorial card for RFK with a portrait of him on the recto and a long quote from RFK's extemporaneous remarks on the death of Martin Luther King. The dustwrapper is complete including the price with some abrasion to the spine and wrinkling and rubbing to the rear. Very Good or better in a near Very Good dustwrapper [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        To Seek a Newer World, + Signed Letter

      Doubleday, Garden City 1967 - Politics. First edition stated. Blue cloth covers very nice, a little wear to the corners, spine ends bumped, corners sharp, interior clean and tight. Dust jacket has a little edge wear, a little rubbed. Inscribed and signed in black felt tip pen on the front endpaper by Kennedy to Cathy Aldridge, a columnist with the Amsterdam News, an activist paper based on Amsterdam Avenue, New York City - WITH a signed letter to Ms. Aldridge on his Senate letterhead, dated July 1, 1967, in the original envelope, congratulating her on an award. The letter is crisp and bright. The envelope is sunned, and chipped on one end. There is a possibility that the signature is an auto-pen, but I don't think so, as it does not match the franking signature on the Senate envelope. Very nice association copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: R Bryan Old Books]
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        TO SEEK A NEWER WORLD

      New York: Doubleday, (1967) - Tight, square very nearly Fine First Edition of this important title by the late Attorney General in like dust jacket with but some minimal wear. This copy is generically inscribed on the half-title page by his brother as follows: With best wishes / Ted Kennedy [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mystery Pier Books, Inc.,ABAA, ILAB, ABA]
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        Casse-têtes

      - Paris, Pierre Horay, 1967. In-8 carré, 244 pp., cartonnage, titre en liège découpé et coloré sur le premier plat, illustrations, 2 feuillets de plastique pré-découpé (intacts), un jeu "L'anneau prisonnier" inséré, emboîtage carton (défauts minimes à la couverture). Maquette de Robert Hanès, couverture et page de titre par Jacques Carelman. / Square 8vo, 244 p., hardcover, title in die-cut, colored cork pieces on the first plate, illustrations, 2 pre-cut plastic sheets (untouched), one inlaid 'trapped ring' game, cardboard box. Layout by Robert Hanès, cover and title pages by Carelman. Un livre-objet Pop'Art fantastique et ingénieux qui inclut plus de 100 jeux et casse-tête. Rare complet du jeu de l'Anneau prisonnier. ENVOI autographe signé de Jacques Carelman à son père et à sa mère "en espérant que cet ouvrage ne leur donnera pas trop de migraines". / A fantastic and ingenious Pop'Art object-book that can be unscrewed, includes over 100 games to be played and brainstorming problems to be solved. Scarce complete of its Trapped Ring game. INSCRIBED by Carelman to his father and his mother, "hoping that this book won't give them too many headaches". * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s). Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable. Langue : Français

      [Bookseller: Chez les libraires associés]
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        OMNIBUS: Instructions for Amateur Papermakers with Notes and Observations on Private Presses, Book Printing and Some People Who are Involved in These Activities

      The Bird & Bull Press, 1967 - Size: 6 1/8 in. x 9 5/8 in. 121 pp. Copy No. 171 of an edition of 500 printed at The Bird & Bull Press. Decorative cloth cover with leather spine and hinges. Gilt titling on spine, "bird & bull" decoration on front cover. Deckled fore-edge and bottom edge. Illustrated and with samples of paper bound in. Loosely inserted in a protective plastic cover is a sample of paper made a De Schoolmeester Mill in Westzaan, Holland, with reference to p. 120 for further details. A little dusting to the covers. In a fine acetate wrapper. Inscribed in ink on the limitation page by Henry Morris, proprietor of Bird & bull Press: "For Hilda- with best regards at Doc Leslie. 9/18/68. Henry Morris." [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        decollage n° 6 Juli 1967

      Decollage, Cologne 1967 - agr couv. sple. 21,8x29,2cm. 580gr. np. ill. n&b. 172+2pp. textes angl/alld. complet du "Das Blaue Geheul" Dieter Rot état excellent couv. un peu jaunie

      [Bookseller: A Balzac A Rodin]
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        Miro: Oiseau Solaire. Oiseau Lunaire. Etincelles.

      Pierre Matisse Gallery, New York 1967 - Limited edition. No. 487. Catalogue of an exhibition of the works of Joan Miro at the Pierre Matisse Gallery, November 1967. Daniel Jacomet has executed stencils of the Miros, including a stunning tryptich. A business card is inserted: "With the compliments of the Pierre Matisse Gallery." The dust jacket is torn and crumpled at the edges of a die cut window. But the cover, a brilliant coloured stencil of a Miro, the book and the beautiful plates are in as new condition. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: JMHunt]
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        The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring; The Two Towers; The Return of the King 3 volume set

      George Allen & Unwin Ltd, London - 1967,1968, 1969. Second Revised Edition, 2nd, 3rd, & 4th impressions. All with immaculate tipped-in fold-out maps at rear. Printed by Jarrold & Sons. No inscriptions, no foxing, no tears. Clipped dust jackets are all very good with only slightest wear [see photos]. Red bindings with gilt title to spines are also very good with very minimal wear only. Red to top edges. 423pp, 352pp & 440pp. All protected by archival sleeves. Heavy set which will require additional postage & insurance. 2300 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Stray Dog Booksellers-ABA Member]
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        The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, The Return of the King

      Houghton Mifflin Company. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1967. Second; first. Hardcover. 1st printing of the Revised 2nd edition.   Volume 1 first 2 chapter pages show slight corner creases. No further defects present. Top edges stained orange, red, and purple, respectively.   All books include fold-out maps. Dustjackets mild edgewear.   Vol. 1 dustjacket small edgetears.   All dustjackets protected within mylar covers.  Dustjackets include price of six dollars on top flap. Bindings sturdy, cloth boards very bright, corners sharp and inner pages unmarked. .

      [Bookseller: Books On The Boulevard]
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        Blue Profile. Chagall Peintures 1947-1967

      Saint Paul: Fondation Maeght, 1967. Exhibition poster. Original lithograph. 86 x 57 cm. (34 x 22.5 in.) Edtion of 2000. Mourlot, 476. Sorlier, Chagall's Posters, p. 52. Wrinkling in lower left side margin.

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        Letter - Marianne Moore; John Lindsay

      - Typed letter signed, "Marianne Moore," to New York Mayor John Lindsay, 4to., on personal stationery, May 19, 1967; approximately 200 words; unpublished ---- "Dear Mayor Lindsay, My morning at Gracie Mansion was a very great happiness to me - meeting Mrs. Lindsay again, the children and yourself - especially your enticing little boy. Wandering over the grass to the River was a pleasure, past the apple-tree in bloom; and I shall never forget Mrs. Lindsay's quick dusting of the chairs on which we were to sit. Unforeseen distractions had prevented my saying a word to Andre Voznezensky more than to thank him for coming to the party at the Gotham Book Mart (for me). It was a great satisfaction for me that I could speak of his book; and his winning liberalisms. Most of all, Mr. Lindsay, we thank you for your tireless self-expenditure and humane solutions of civic troubles despite egotists and fanatics. I hear from my family, and neighbors, that they approve your and Mr. Rockefeller's poster for the aged, and good picture of me; young men next door threatening to steal a copy if the Subway office can not furnish them one. This note needs no answer, Mr. Lindsay. Better say, you have answered it. I do thank you for the car and back, Mr. Lindsay. For your telegrams and for Mrs. Lindsay's permission to see your wing which Mr. Palmer showed me." An extraordinary letter of wit and wisdom; professionally matted and framed. Shipping extra [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: North Star Rare Books & Manuscripts]
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        The Graduate (Complete Lobby Card Set)

      Embassy Pictures, 1967. Complete set of eight full-color lobby cards for Mike Nichol's iconic 1967 film, "The Graduate," written for the screen by Calder Willingham and starring Dustin Hoffman, Anne Bancroft, Katharine Ross, and Buck Henry. Near Fine condition, extremely bright, with minimal wear to a couple of the cards. 11 x 14 inches. The story of college student Benjamin Braddock's affair with Mrs. Robinson, wife to his father's business partner, and his growing attraction to her teenage daughter, and all the ensuing complications, with a memorable score by Simon and Garfunkel.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        The A. A. Way of Life. A Reader by Bill. Selected Writings of A.A.'s Co- Founder

      New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. 1967 - First edition. Inscribed by Bill Wilson to front endpaper in the year of publication: "Dear Jon -/ For your demonstration of A. A. Way of Life, all/ my gratitude-/ Ever/ Bill/ NY 9/27/67." A very good copy with light wear and rubbing to the extremities, some creasing to covers. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: B & B Rare Books, Ltd., ABAA]
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        Hell's Angels. The Strange and Terrible Saga of the Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs.

      Random House, New York 1967 - This is a Fine, crisp unread copy in a Near Fine, bright dust jacket with a tiny closed edge tear to the bottom of the front panel and a touch of wear to the head of the spine. Otherwise a brilliant copy of Thompson's first book. The boards are perfectly square, the stamping on the spine spectacular and the black top stain is perfect. Catalog Scotch

      [Bookseller: Gregor Rare Books]
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        HELL'S ANGELS Hells Angels the Strange and Terrible Saga of the Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs

      Random House, New York 1967 - Very Good in a Very Good dust jacket. Stated First Printing. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rare Book Cellar]
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        Hell's Angels; a Strange and Terrible Saga, by Hunter S. Thompson

      New York, Random House 1967 - Description: 278 p. 22 cm. Subjects: Hell's Angels. Motorcycle gangs --California. Fine cloth copy in a near fine, very slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dw, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered. 1 Kg. 278 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd]
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        Lolita

      Phaedra, New York, NY USA 1967 - Originally written in English and published in Paris in 1955, Lolita was condemned by the Soviets as degenerate. In 1964 Nabokov translated his novel into his native Russian and it was published in the US by Phaedon in 1967. Stated first edition thus. Book has pink cloth boards and is in fine condition. Original DJ in mylar wraps with Nabokov's picture on the back has minor staining, 2 small tears and some creasing, else in very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: FlipperBooks]
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        Scrub Pine. Provincetown Dunes.

      1967. 1967 - Lithograph. Signed, dated and numbered 8/20 in pencil, lower margin. 7.5 x 16 inches. From the collection of the Sylvan Cole Gallery. Flint, no. 277. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        La Voix et le Phenomene. Introduction au probleme du signe dans la phenomenologie de Husserl.

      Presses Universitaires de France,, Paris, 1967 - First Edition. Paris, Presses Universitaires de France, 1967. 18cm x 13.5cm. (3) 117 (3) pages. Original illustrated softcover in protective Mylar. Very good condition with only minor signs of wear. Halftitle signed by Derrida. Sprache: English Very good condition with only minor signs of wear. Halftitle signed by Derrida. Original illustrated softcover in protective Mylar. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Time Traveller's Bookshop Ltd.]
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        L'ECRITURE ET LA DIFFERENCE

      PARIS, FRANCE: EDITIONS DU SEUIL. NEAR FINE IN WRAPPERS. PUB 1967. FIRST EDITION. PAPERBACK. ISBN: TERMINAL LEAF SHOWS FOLLOWING LEGAL DEPOSIT INFO: "D.L. 2 TR. 1967.No. ISBN: 1997." AND "Imprime en France 5-67" ON REAR COVER. ORIGINAL PUBLISHER'S PRINTED WRAPS FROM COLLECTION "TEL QUEL". OTHERTHAN A TRACE OF OCCASIONAL WEAR TO EDGES, MODEST DUSTING TO CREAM COLOREDWRAPS, AND A SMALL FAINT STAIN ON THE REAR COVER, THIS IS AN EXCELLENTCLEAN, TIGHT, WELL PRESERVED COPY OF THIS SEMINAL DECONSTRUCTIONIST TEXT.. Keywords: PHILOSOPHY, FRENCH LITERATURE, ABCDEF.

      [Bookseller: JOHN LUTSCHAK BOOKS]
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        The Gnadiges Fraulein

      Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York 1967 - First edition, first issue. Stapled printed wrappers. A small tear on the title page, probably torn when the book was inscribed, else fine in wrappers. One of 1000 copies printed. Inscribed by Williams to actress Ruth Ford: "To my dearest girl in the USA. Love, Tennessee." In Williams' *Memoirs* he refers to Ford as "the wise and lovely actress, Ruth Ford, who seems to have been born with more worldly wisdom than I have accumulated even at this point in life." Ford, the Mississippi-born sister of surrealist author Charles Henri Ford, was a beautiful model and actress, first in Orson Welles's Mercury Theatre, and later in films and theater. Notably, she starred on Broadway in Jean Paul Sartre's *No Exit* in 1946, under the direction of John Huston (the last of five Broadway plays he directed). Her apartment in the Dakota became a salon for authors such as Williams, Edward Albee, Terrence McNally, and Truman Capote. A chance encounter between Stephen Sondheim and Arthur Laurents in her Manhattan living room led to their collaboration, with her Dakota-neighbor Leonard Bernstein, on *West Side Story*. Similarly, she brought together Kay Thompson and Hilary Knight to create the celebrated stories of *Eloise*, the little girl who lived at the Plaza.Ford is well known also for her long friendship with William Faulkner, which began with her dating his brother Dean in the early 1930s. Faulkner was openly smitten with Ford for many years. He wrote his experimental 1951 title *Requiem for a Nun*, a sequel to his early and controversial novel *Sanctuary*, with her in mind. He further declared, to the consternation of his agent and publisher, that it was her dramatic property (*Requiem for a Nun* was a mixture of stage play and novel). Stage production of the title stalled for years, partly because Faulkner's experimental drama did not lend itself to live theatre, and partly because the producers were unsure of Ford's suitability. Faulkner was adamant that it was her dramatic property, and in 1959 she adapted the play herself and starred in its London production opposite her second husband, Zachary Scott. Her stage version received enthusiastic reviews in both London and New York, but did not fare so well with audiences and closed after a short run on Broadway. Ford continued to act on both stage and screen well into the 1980s. She passed away in 2009 at the age of 98. A wonderful inscription and nice association. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Chief Joseph - Nez Percé

      [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. "The name of Chief Joseph is better known, than that of any other Northwestern Indian." (Curtis, List of Large Plates Supplementing Volume Eight) Also known as Hin-mah-too-yah-lat-kekt, or Thunder Rolling Down the Mountain, Chief Joseph was born in the Wallowa Valley in northeastern Oregon in 1840. He was primarily renowned for his short-lived resistance to U.S. attempts to move his people to a reservation in Idaho, a valiant endeavour that culminated in the Bear Paw Battle. The culturally diverse Nez Percé inhabited the Great Basin region of the United States and were skilled horse breeders and hunters. 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 Heald Rare Books]
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        A Lovely Way to Die (Original screenplay for the 1967 film)

      Universal Pictures, Universal City, CA 1967 - Final Script for the 1967 film, "A Lovely Way to Die," directed by David Lowell Rich, written for the screen by A.J. Russell, and starring Kirk Douglas and Eli Wallach. An important transitional crime film, borrowing the "hard-boiled cop turns in his badge and does things his way" theme that was introduced during the film noir era (e.g., "Rogue Cop," "The Big Heat") and transitioning it to the color film era, predicting a new kind of film that would come in the early 1970s, the most notable example being "Dirty Harry." In this case, the cop is Kirk Douglas, with Eli Wallach in a typically fascinating role as a disarming but ruthlessly effective private investigator. The titular opening song is delivered by Jackie Wilson, and this was the film debut of Ali McGraw. Red studio wrappers, stamped FINAL SCREENPLAY on the front wrapper, and dated May 2, 1967. Title page present, noting that the original working title was "The Pineapple Print," with a credit for screenwriter Russell. A "rainbow copy," 135 leaves, mechanically reproduced, with green, blue, pink, and yellow revision pages throughout. Pages and wrapper Near Fine, bound with three gold brads. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc., ABAA]
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        Brer Rabbit and His Tricks

      New York: Young Scott Books. 1967. First. Uncorrected proof. Two unbound signatures laid into the dustwrapper. Fine, the jacket is a bit soiled with a penciled "EG" in an unknown hand on the front wrap, very good. Scarce format. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        THE POCKET MIRROR

      GEORGE BRAZILLER FIRST AMERICAN EDITION 1967 - HB BLUE CLOTH AND CREAM BOARDS NEAR FINE PP121 DW NEAR FINE 8V0 Inscribed by Janet Frame to her firends the American artists Bill Brown and Paul Wonner [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Badger Books]
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        A State of Siege

      W. H. Allen, London 1967 - Has two dustjackets! The original W.H. Allen which is a bit battered (Good only), and a fresher bright Pegasus jacket (VG), both the same design, though published three years apart. Unusual I know, but the book looks better in a nice jacket. A personal inscription by Janet on the FEP "In exchange for grapes April 1 1978". [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: FiSHWiSHING]
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        Oiseau solaire. Oiseau lunaire. Etincelles.

      New York, Pierre Matisse Gallery 1967.. Gr.-4° (320x247 mm). 28 S., 1 Bl. Gedruckt auf Velin d'Arches. Mit 54 einfarbigen Abb. im Text u. auf Tafeln, 4 farbigen Tafeln (davon eines als Tryptichon) sowie 2 farbigen montierten Sandpapieren, farb. OKart. Farbig illustr. OUmschl., Umschlag mit geringen Staubspuren, insgesamt bibliophiler Zustand. Eines von 1200 num. Exemplaren (gesamt 1275). Eines von 1200 num. Exemplaren (gesamt 1275).. Ausstellungskatalog der Pierre Matisse Gallery, New York.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker]
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        JEUNE AFRIQUE N°312 À 364. Hebdomadaire international

      Société Africaine de Presse 1 janvier - 31 décembre 1967, Paris-Tunis - 53 numéros agrafés avec couvertures en couleurs, 27,5 à 28cm x 22cm, 48 à 112pp par numéro, très nombreuses photos, illustrations, cartes, 7,4kg. N° 319 avec coin inférieur droit de la couverture recto manquant, ainsi que les pp 9 à 24 et 57 à 72, suite à une erreur de brochage ; petite découpure aux pp 47-48 du n° 336 avec petite perte de texte ; petite mouillure au coin supérieur gauche des n° 349 à 354 avec très petites pertes de papier ; très petites déchirures recollées à la couverture du n° 364 ; sinon très bon à excellent état. Hebdomadaire illustré fondé à Tunis fin 1960 par son Directeur (puis Directeur général) Béchir Ben Yahmed. TRÈS RARE année 1967 complète. Ces n° contiennent notamment : Reportage de Graham Greene à Cuba. Les exilés de Madrid (Moïse Tshombe et Fulbert Youlou). Reportage d'Ahmed Baba Miské (ancien ambassadeur de Mauritanie à l'ONU, futur Directeur d'"Afrique-Asie" puis d'"Africasia", futur dirigeant du FPOLISARIO) au Sud-Est asiatique, avec interviews de dirigeants du Front National de Libération - FNL du Sud-Vietnam. Supplément Cambodge. Supplément Niger 67 (avec une interview d'El Hadj Diori Hamani). Reportages de Béchir Ben Yahmed au Nord-Vietnam (avec interview du Premier ministre Pham Van Dong et de Nguyen Van Tien, Délégué du FNL à Hanoï). Dossier Nigeria. Reportage de Justin Vieyra en Mauritanie. La Guerre des Six Jours (couverte au Caire par Ania Francos). Reportages d'Ania Francos en Syrie. De Gaulle, Israël et les Arabes. Reportage d'Ania Francos à Alger après la capture de Moïse Tshombe par les autorités algériennes. Stokely Carmichael (leader du Black Panther Party) : L'Homme noir doit agir seul. Reportage au Ghana. Reportage d'André Bercoff à Cuba. Supplément Le Congo-Kinshasa reçoit l'OUA. Samir Amin (économiste égyptien, professeur à Dakar) : Côte d'Ivoire : valeur et limites d'une expérience. David Rockefeller (Président de la Chase Manhattan Bank) : Pas de vrai progrès pour le Tiers Monde sans investissement privé. James Baldwin : Mourir pour le Vietnam ? Non ! Interview du Général Mobutu, de Mario de Andrade (leader du Mouvement Populaire de Libération de l'Angola - MPLA), d'Eduado Frei (chef du gouvernement chilien), de Wernher von Braun (dirigeant de la NASA), d'Edgar Snow (sur la Révolution culturelle chinoise), de Vincent Monteil, de Douglas Bravo et Luben Petkoff (dirigeants des Forces Armées de Libération Nationale - FALN du Vénézuela), de Kateb Yacine, de William Bundy (Secrétaire d'Etat adjoint et Directeur du Service Extrême-Orient au Département d'Etat américain) (à propos du Vietnam), de Julius Nyerere, de Jacques Berque (une première critique de fond de la francophonie), de Cassius Clay (sur les Afro-Américains et la Guerre du Vietnam), du cinéaste brésilien Glauber Rocha, du poète marocain Mohammed Khaïr-Eddine, de James Baldwin, de Nikita Khrouchtchev, de l'architecte tunisien Clément Cacoub, d'Hubert Maga et de Sourou Migan Apithy (anciens Présidents du Dahomey), de Justin Ahomadégbé (ancien Président du Conseil du Dahomey), d'André Resampa (Secrétaire général du Parti Social-Démocrate de Madagascar, ministre d'Etat chargé de l'Intérieur), du Prince Karim Aga Khan IV (chef religieux de la communauté ismaélienne), de Fidel Castro, de Miguel Angel Asturias (ambassadeur du Guatémala à Paris, Prix Lénine et Prix Nobel de Littérature), de Josué Castro (ancien ambassadeur du Brésil, inventeur du terme "sous-développement"), de la cinéaste américaine Shirley Clarke, de Stokely Carmichael, Portraits (rédactionnels) de Mehdi Ben Barka (12pp), du journaliste australien Wilfred Burchett (par Ahmed Baba Miské), de Kwamé Nkrumah, du Colonel Afrifa (qui a renversé Nkumah), de Moktar Ould Daddah, d'Ho Chi Minh, de Sékou Touré, d'Hastings Banda, de Mohamed Benhima (Premier ministre marocain). Afrique / Royaume-Uni / Congo-Brazzaville / Moyen-Orient / Egypte / Monde arabe / Algérie / Chili / Chine / Littérature française / Tanzanie / Boxe / Cinéma / Poésie / Maroc / Union Soviétique

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        THE LAST OF THE CRAZY PEOPLE

      Macdonald, London 1967 - Findley, Timothy. THE LAST OF THE CRAZY PEOPLE.London: Macdonald, 1967. First Edition. Author's first book. A fine copy in a very good dustwrapper showing some use. Inscribed on the ffe.: "For Mom & Dad - / Again - / With love. / Tif. / The English Edition / 1967." A lovely copy of the first UK edition. $6500 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        The Master and Margarita

      Grove Press, 1967. Hardcover. Very Good. 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 wear and light toning at edges. The dust jacket shows faint rubbing and faint crimping at edges. A rather lovely copy.

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        Szene am Strand von Porto Garibaldi. Lithographie.

      1967 1967 - 35 x 52 cm, Randläsuren von fachfrauisch abgelösten Klebstreifen, sonst gutes Exemplar. Exemplar 7 von 9. Unten rechts m. Bleistift sign. (VARLIN). Varlin hielt sich 1956 in dem zwischen Ravenna und Venedig liegenden Ort Porto Garibaldi auf. (Laut Auskunft von Frau Guggenheim vom Varlin-Archiv, der unser Dank gebührt, ein seltenes Blatt).Der Maler Varlin, 1900 als Willy Guggenheim in Zürich geboren, nimmt innerhalb der Schweizer Malerei des 20. Jahrhunderts eine Sonderstellung ein. Unbeeindruckt von den avantgardistischen und abstrakten Strömungen seiner Zeit, schuf er ein eigenständiges figuratives Werk, das die Fragilität des Alltäglichen ins Zentrum rückt. Varlin starb 1977 im bündnerischen Bondo. Gerne senden wir Ihnen eine Abbildung. 1200 gr.

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        eatc. from the Electric Poems portfolio

      New York, ca. 1967. Silkscreen. 34 x 27 inches. Printed by Brice Marden. One of 48 signed and numbered impressions. Once folded in quarters.Marginal defects, some diagonal creases from rolling, light spotting upper right corner.

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        Handbill for the Human Be-In

      San Francisco: Bindwood Press. (1967). Handbill announcing "A Gathering of the Tribes for a Human Be-In" and listing some of the participants -- Allen Ginsberg, Gary Snyder, Jerry Rubin, Timothy Leary, Dick Gregory, "All SF Rock Groups," etc. along with the pertinent details: "Saturday Jan 14 1-5 P.M., Free, Polo Field, Golden Gate Park." The Human Be-In was conceived as another of the unstructured celebrations of the San Francisco hippie community, in the tradition of the earlier Trips Festival. The presence of a roster of superstar figures was intended to help draw out the largest possible crowd, but the star of the event was intended to be the crowd itself. Indeed, the speakers could not be heard much of the time but no one much cared. The bands played in the afternoon, and included Quicksilver Messenger Service, the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Country Joe and the Fish, and others. After the sound system broke down at one point, it was announced that the generator would hereafter be guarded by the Hell's Angels. The event went smoothly: tens of thousands of people showed up, many smoking pot or tripping on LSD, but the police kept a low profile and didn't arrest any of the people openly smoking pot; a priest from the San Francisco Zen Temple meditated on stage throughout the day. At the end of the day, Gary Snyder blew a conch shell -- a traditional Japanese Buddhist ritual instrument -- and Allen Ginsberg led a Buddhist chant, at which point the crowd drifted apart. The Human Be-In became one of the milestone events of the emerging counterculture and, in retrospect, one of its high points. It succeeded for a time in bridging the gap between the San Francisco hippie culture and the Berkeley-based radical political movement, finding some common ground for the two -- a joining of two disparate, and sometimes divergent, movements that has had repercussions to the present day: today, cultural experimentation and alternative lifestyles go hand in hand with political critique, a trend that was considerably more uncommon prior to this occasion. There were several variant designs for the poster: this one was designed by Stanley Mouse, Alton Kelley and Michael Bowen and was the original poster design -- an image of an Indian swami with a third eye added by Mouse. The image was also used as the cover for issue number 5 of the Oracle, the San Francisco underground newspaper, which took on a decidedly more psychedelic look with this number, timed to coincide with the festival. Reportedly, Mouse wasn't especially happy with the design: he felt that the image of the Hindu holy man had been foisted on him, which helps explain the number of different posters for the event. Purple and gray on white. 8-1/2" x 11". Fine. (Jerry Rubin's last name is misspelled as "Ruben.") Scarce and ephemeral; it would seem that few of these have survived.

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        Pow-Wow / A Gathering of the Tribes for a Human Be-In... Saturday Jan. 14, Free, 1 to 5 p.m. / Polo Grounds, Golden Gate Pk., San Francisco, California [handbill]

      San Francisco, 1967. 8.5x11 inch handbill depicting Native American horseman at center; four corners have tape residue, otherwise clean and frameable. Announces appearances by Timothy Leary, Richard Alpert, Dick Gregory, Lenore Kandel, Jerry Rubin, Allen Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Gary Snyder, Michael McClure, Robert Baker, and Buddha.

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        Zap Comix. Numéro 1 à n° 9.

      Apex Novelties - Print Mint 1967 - CRUMB - CLAY WILSON - GRIFFIN - WILLIAMS - SHELTON - SPAIN - MOSCOSO.Zap Comix. Numéro 1 à n° 9.Apex Novelties. San Francisco. 1967 / 1978.9 volumes in-8 brochés ( 250x170 mm ) ( 230x175 pour n°1 ).- n° 1 : Fair warning : For adult intellectuals anly ! All new Zap Comix. Zap Comix are Squinky Comics !! Special Bonnus Kitxhen Kut-outs ! Mr Natural visits the city. ( sans date ).- n° 2 : In this issue !Gags, Jokes, Kozmic trooths, 52 big action-packed pages !! 1968.- n° 3 : Special 69 issue. Abraxas.- n° 4 : sans date.- n° 5 : Special Business executive issue ! 1970.- n° 6 : The original Zap comics. 1973.- n° 7 : 1974.- n° 8 : Deep Psychological Insights and Mystic Revelations !!! 1975.- n° 9 : 10th Anniversary Issue. 1978.Parfait état. Très bel exemplaire de cette très rare série complète de Comics. Comics [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        THE CONFESSIONS OF NAT TURNER

      NY: Random House, (1967) - Stunning Fine First Edition in glorious, equally Fine dust jacket of this 1967 winner of the Pulitzer Prize. This is not the more commonly seen signed limited edition, but it is the TRUE First Edition which has been boldly signed on the half-title by William Styron. A true collector's copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        An Archive of Hand-decorated Cards, Letters and Envelopes

      1967-1975. A collection of approximately 120 large format, handmade and heavily hand-decorated postcards and letters, mostly with envelopes. Various dates from 1967-1975, all by Mrs. Brightman of Akron, Ohio to Ned Osthaus of Scranton, Pennsylvania. The content and accompanying art are highly eccentric, very entertaining, and occasionally slightly addled. Many are patriotic or moralistic in tone. Virtually all of the cards and letters are heavily painted, as are most of the envelopes. Several of the envelopes are made from busily patterned wrapping paper, some of which are additionally embellished, some not. Minor wear at the edges, else fine. .

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        [Poster]: Mechanischer Kopf (Der Geist Unserer Zeit) [Mechanical Head - The Spirit of Our Time]. Moderna Museet Stockholm 21okt.-19 nov.1967

      Stockholm: Moderna Museet Stockholm. 1967. Black and white poster (halftone print). Professionally framed. Measuring approximately 30" x 40". Fine. Large poster advertisement for the 1967 exhibition at the Modern Museum in Stockholm: the first full-scale retrospective of Raoul Hausmann's artwork.Hausmann, one of the key founders of the Berlin Dada movement, instigated several important firsts in the modern art movement. In 1917-1918 he invented the optophonetic poem and photomontage, and published the first Dada Manifesto; his pioneering work in photography and numerous writings (manifestos and institutional critiques) had a profound influence on the European Avant-Garde throughout the 1930s-1940s; and in 1958 he helped to found the Fluxus movement.The poster reproduces his most famous work: "Mechanischer Kopf (Der Geist Unserer Zeit)," circa 1919-1920. Constructed from a hairdresser's wig-making dummy, the piece has various measuring devices attached: a ruler, a pocket watch mechanism, a typewriter, some camera segments, and a crocodile wallet. Interpreted by critics as a Marxist reversal of Hegel, "a head whose thoughts are materially determined by objects literally fixed to it," Hausmann himself likened it to the average German of the day, who has "no more capabilities than those which chance has glued on the outside of his skull; his brain remains empty."Hausmann also played an important role in the Neo-Dada and Fluxus movements inspired by the famous 1958 Dada exhibition in Frankfurt-Dusseldorf, which included many of his artworks. By the time of his 1967 retrospective, Hausmann had formed close personal and working relationships with the leading figures of both intertwined movements, including Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Yves Klein, and fluxus-impresario George Maciunas, who had assumed the leadership role in Fluxus "happenings."Maciunas included Hausmann's works in the earliest happenings or "Fluxfests," and had initially referred to the movement as "neo-dadaism." In a letter to Maciunas from 1962, Hausmann discouraged the use of the term: "I note with much pleasure what you said about German neodadaists---but I think even the Americans should not use the term "neodadaism" because neo means nothing and -ism is old-fashioned. Why not simply "Fluxus"? It seems to me much better, because it's new, and dada is historic." A very scarce, beautifully printed copy of the Stockholm poster, well-preserved in a clean wood and glass frame. .

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        The Ticket That Exploded

      New York: Grove Press, Inc.. (1967). First. First American edition. Fine in a very slightly age-toned, else fine dustwrapper. Inscribed by Burroughs to Ruth Ford: "For Ruth Ford, William S. Burroughs." Ford, the Mississippi-born sister of surrealist author Charles Henri Ford, was a beautiful model and actress, first in Orson Welles's Mercury Theatre, and later in films and theater. Notably, she starred on Broadway in Jean Paul Sartre's No Exit in 1946, under the direction of John Huston (the last of five Broadway plays he directed). Her apartment in the Dakota became a salon for authors such as Tennessee Williams, Edward Albee, Terrence McNally, and Truman Capote. A chance encounter between Stephen Sondheim and Arthur Laurents in her Manhattan living room led to their collaboration, with her Dakota-neighbor Leonard Bernstein, on West Side Story. Similarly, she brought together Kay Thompson and Hilary Knight to create the celebrated stories of Eloise, the little girl who lived at the Plaza.Ford is well known also for her long friendship with William Faulkner, which began with her dating his brother Dean in the early 1930s. Faulkner was openly smitten with Ford for many years. He wrote his experimental 1951 title Requiem for a Nun, a sequel to his early and controversial novel Sanctuary, with her in mind. He further declared, to the consternation of his agent and publisher, that it was her dramatic property (Requiem for a Nun was a mixture of stage play and novel). Stage production of the title stalled for years, partly because Faulkner's experimental drama did not lend itself to live theatre, and partly because the producers were unsure of Ford's suitability. Faulkner was adamant that it was her dramatic property, and in 1959 she adapted the play herself and starred in its London production opposite her second husband, Zachary Scott. Her stage version received enthusiastic reviews in both London and New York, but did not fare so well with audiences and closed after a short run on Broadway. Ford continued to act on both stage and screen well into the 1980s. She passed away in 2009 at the age of 98. A nice association. .

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        The Ticket that Exploded

      New York, Grove Press, Inc. 1967, 1967. FIRST US EDITION, SIGNED, Publisher's orange cloth boards and original pictorial dust-jacket. A fine copy, slight shelfwear. Signed by Burroughs to title page. A prophetic vision of a world in which technology has gone haywire, 'The Ticket that Exploded' is the middle book in the Nova Trilogy beginning with 'The Soft Machine' and ending with 'Nova Express'.

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        CORRESPONDANCE INÉDITE SIGNÉE RELATIVE À LA MISSION EN BELGIQUE DE CASIMIR M'BAGUIRA, SECOND VICE-PRÉSIDENT DU CONSEIL SUPRÊME DE LA RÉVOLUTION DU CONGO-LÉOPOLDVILLE

      CSR 19 janvier - 7 février 1967, Le Caire - 4pp 23cm à 27,5cm x 16,5cm à 21cm. "Légers plis d'envoi, sinon excellent état. Quatre lettres: Lettre signée d'une page dactylographiée adressée par G(aston) Soumialot, Président du Conseil Suprême de la Révolution - CSR, à Jacques Grippa "Secrétaire général du Parti Communiste belge" (en fait Secrétaire du Comité Central du Parti Communiste de Belgique (alors pro-chinois)), datée Le Caire, 19 janvier 1967, sur papier à en-tête et avec cachet du CSR, annonçant l'envoi en mission (à Bruxelles) de Casimir M'Baguira "vice-Président du CSR et Haut-Commandant de la Zone II", qui "pourra vous exposer les grandes lignes de la politique de notre Organisation ( ) ainsi que des autres questions d'intérêt commun (et) vous entretiendra sur certains problèmes qui se posent au CSR ayant trait à l'aide morale-matérielle indispensables pour équilibrer et améliorer la situation de nos combattants"; Gaston Soumialot exprime en outre la "grande satisfaction du CSR pour la publication de la Déclaration du CSR du 30 novembre 1966 dans "La Voix du Peuple" et exprime sa profonde reconnaissance pour les "précieuses informations qui (y) paraissent régulièrement". Lettre signée d'une page dactylographiée adressée par G(aston) Soumialot à Luc-Daniel Dupire, Secrétaire du Comité de Solidarité avec la Résistance Congolaise, datée Le Caire, 19 janvier 1967, sur papier à en-tête et avec cachet du CSR, l'informant de l'envoi de Casimir M'Baguira auprès de son Organisation et des sujets qui feront l'objet des entretiens. Lettre signée d'une page dactylographiée adressée par Mahmoud Aly (pseudonyme de Casimir M'Baguira) à Luc-Daniel Dupire datée Le Caire, 2 février 1967, sur papier à en-tête du Haut-Commandement de l'Armée Populaire de Libération et adressant "ses plus profonds remerciements pour tout ce que vous avez fait pour moi pendant mon bref séjour dans votre Capitale" et annonçant son départ pour Nicosie le 10 février 1967 afin de participer à la 8ème Session (du Conseil de l'Organisation de Solidarité des Peuples Afro-Asiatiques, convoquée à l'initiative d'organisations pro-soviétiques), à propos de laquelle "nous ne savons quel (sic) sera l'issue des travaux ( ) d'autant plus que les camarades chinois ont refusé d'y participer". Il remet "ses bons souvenir (sic) au camarade Arnold (Hauwaert) et à René (Raindorf)" (membres du Bureau Politique du Comité Central du PC de Belgique). Lettre signée d'une page dactylographiée adressée par G(aston) Soumialot à Jacques Grippa, datée Le Caire, 7 février 1967, sur papier à en-tête et avec cachet du CSR, par laquelle il l'informe que "le camarade M'Baguira vient de nous faire part des résultats fructueux issus des conversations qu'il a eu le privilège d'avoir avec vous", en relevant "l'identité de vues qui s'est manifestée"; il accuse réception du "don des tickets avion" et l'informe que "en ce qui concerne les médicaments ( ), le camarade Augustin Ntamagara, Député National et Secrétaire général de la F(édération des) T(ravailleurs du) B(urundi) ( ) nous a assuré qu'il est disposé à recevoir ces médicaments au Burundi au nom du Syndicat". Congo-Kinshasa / Congo-Léopoldville / Belgique / Communisme / Marxisme-léninisme."

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      4 bd. (1: Traktorer. 2-4: Personbiler). Kbhvn. [1967]. Rigt illustr. Privat hellærred

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosells Antikvariat]
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