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        So Many Rooms Has A House But One Roof.

      Mexico City: 1968 - 16 pp. carbon typescript, stapled. 3 leaves extracted from The Minnesota Review, stapled. Six typed letters (one of which two leaves). Housed in two grey card folders. Good condition. Pre-publication carbon-copy typescript of this important American feminist and revolutionary's early poetry collection. Randall's author's note, included here, states: "So many rooms has a house but one roof came out of a death and a rebirth in revolutionary cuba, january – february, 1967. i was there to participate in the 'encuentro con ruban dario', along with some eighty other poets from all over the world . . . now the 12 sections are a year old, things have happened, but the change is in one direction only. el che is dead, and with him fear died. this, then, is a piece of the whole – eight years from the triumph of the revolution that produced – and is producing – the first free territory of america. margaret randall, mexico city – 12.67". There is also a notice observing "four sections of this manuscript were first published by Poetry Magazine (Chicago) in their february, 1968 issue. a limited, deluxe edition of the entire series will be brought out by c. w. truesdale's press in nyack, new york, and a popular edition will be done by Guerrilla Press in new york city". From the collection of British writer Arnold Wesker (1936–2016), to whom it was evidently sent. The typescript is accompanied by Randall's poem "The Black, Market" (five pages extracted from The Minnesota Review and stapled) inscribed, "for Arnold Wesker w/ all best, Margaret 6.68", and six piece of typewritten correspondence between the two writers, four typed letters signed from Randall to Wesker, and two copies of his replies. The correspondence, between Mexico and London, dates May–October 1968, and reveals Wesker's financial support for the poet struggling at the time with both political oppression and pregnancy. This period coincided with the Mexico Olympics, of which Randall remarks in one of the letters, "olympics & 'splendor' over now, and we wait for the inevitable strengthening of repression now the tourists have all gone home". One of the letters advertises the work of, and begs for funding to help, the revolutionary Mexican magazine Randall co-founded, El Corno Emplumado. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Welcome to the Monkey House

      Delacorte, 1968 A near fine first edition in a near fine dust jacket, First Delacorte Printing stated on the copyright page and the original price of $5.95 still on front flap of the jacket.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine.

      [Bookseller: Bookbid Rare Books ]
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        GEORGIA O'KEEFFE - DRAWINGS.

      New York. 1968. - Portfolio set of 10 lithographs. Individually framed, accompanied by the original folding box. From an edition of 250, one of 230 signed. Fine. When Georgia O'Keeffe created the original drawing published in this limited edition print portfolio, she was still an unknown artist. The drawings, begun in 1915, are considered by art historians to be among the earliest and most individual manifestations of abstraction in American modern art. In 1968, O'Keeffe personally selected ten of her drawings - those that she though represented the range and variety of her work - for this project. Chip Benson, a MacArthur Prize-winning artist and a former Dean of the Yale School of Art, worked with Doris Bry, the leading authority on O'Keeffe's art, to create the prints. The lithographs were then published by Atlantis Editions, the imprint founded by Bry, and was the first of many collaborative projects undertaken by the pair. The ten drawings were printed in 300-line screen offset lithography; nine of the plates were made in black and white, and "Blue Lines" was printed in a striking blue. Two hundred thirty copies were numbered and signed by O'Keeffe herself. In the original folding box is also included a booklet with an introduction by art historian Lloyd Goodrich. The works exemplify O'Keeffe's use of undulating, spiral motifs, with swirling and delicate forms that draw in the eye and create dynamic compositions.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Soma, divine mushroom of immortality.

      - The Hague, Mouton, 1968. 4to (29.8 x 20.5 cm). xiii., 381, [i] pp., two full colour plates (illustrations), 17 tipped-in full colour photographic plates (I-XV, XXII; plate VIII with two photos tipped in, the second not counted), and six black and white photos (XVI-XX, and one not numbered), 10 numbered text figures, including one unnumbered text figure - possibly number 8 - tinted with red, three maps (labelled A, B, C), one folded chart. Original blue half calf with gilt border and gilt title on the spine. Fore edge uncut.l True first, being number 32 of the limited edition, described in the book as follows: "Of this book 680 copies have been made, designed by Giovanni Mardersteig and set in Dante type, of which two are designed A & B and the others are numbered from 1 to 678. The text and the illustrations have been printed by the Stamperia Valdonegga in Verona, except for the two plates in pochoir, which were executed in Paris by Daniel Jacomet et Cie. The paper was made by hand by Fratelli Magnani, Pescia, and the printing was finished in October 1968". This edition was published in the Hague, and is not a New York, NY Harcourt Brace edition, which is the simpler trade edition published after 1969. Oddly, there are New York copies on the market that supposedly belong to the same limited edition, but in their internet descriptions the number of illustrations (lower in the New York trade edition) is "wisely" not mentioned. This is Ethno-Mycological Studies I (sometimes erroneously listed as "Ethno-Mythological Studies"). In this work the writer, ethnomycologist and banker Robert Gordon Wasson (1898-1986), provides ample evidence for the important role that hallucinogenic mushrooms - in particular the ubiquitous mushroom Amanita muscaria (fly agaric) - play in various ancient and modern cultures. Slipcase wanting, otherwise a fine, unmarked, spotless copy. Volbracht, 2230. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat Schierenberg]
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        High on the Wild with Hemingway

      Caldwell Idaho: Caxton Printers, 1968. DeLuxe Ltd Ed Only 950 Copies. Hardcover. Fine/VG+. 343 pp, profuse ill. 20 years with Hemingway in Northern Idaho and Montana. Fine in vg+ orig. slipcase. Deluxe edition. Limited to 950 copies. Leather onset with gilt of Hemingway facial outline. A lovely production. Large format, heavy book showing Hemingway doing all of the great outdoor things, because "best of all, he loved the fall." Super book for Hemingway fans.

      [Bookseller: Trophy Room Books]
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        The Iron Man

      Faber 1968 - A first edition, first printing published by Faber in 1968. A fine book without inscriptions in a near fine unclipped wrap per with some tiny spots to the base of the front panel. Some light wear to the spine tips and some little light handling marks to the rear panel. No repair, no loss or creasing. A much better copy than is usually encountered. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books ABA ILAB PBFA]
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        The Double Helix Being a Personal Account of the Discovery of the Structure of DNA, a Major Scientific Advance Which Led to the Award of a Nobel Prize

      New York: Atheneum, 1968. First Edition. Blue Cloth. Fine Book/Near Fine Dustjacket. 8 5/8" Tall. Black and White photographs and Diagrams. 1st Printing Stated First Edition. Xvi, 226 Pages, A Beautiful And Virtually As New Copy, From The Library Of A Former Librarian At Cal Tech. Book Cover Has Slight Fading Along Top Edge. Dj Is Original, Bright And Immaculate; Spine Top Edge With A 1/8" Closed Tear And Another 1/2" Closed Tear At Top Rear Edge Fold; Points Of Slight Rubbing And Miniscule Losses At Corners; Spine Very Slightly Faded.

      [Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books]
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        Snow White

      London: Jonathan Cape, (1968). London: Jonathan Cape. (1968). First. Uncorrected proof of the first English edition. Fine in wrappers and fine proof dustwrapper with a publisher's stamp on the front panel. The author's first novel. Very scarce in this format. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Double Helix Being a Personal Account of the Discovery of the Structure of DNA, a Major Scientific Advance Which Led to the Award of a Nobel Prize

      New York: Atheneum, 1968. First Edition. Blue Cloth. Fine Book/Near Fine Dustjacket. 8 5/8" Tall. Black and White photographs and Diagrams. 1st Printing Stated First Edition. Xvi, 226 Pages, A Beautiful And Virtually As New Copy, From The Library Of A Former Librarian At Cal Tech. Book Cover Has Slight Fading Along Top Edge. Dj Is Original, Bright And Immaculate; Spine Top Edge With A 1/8" Closed Tear And Another 1/2" Closed Tear At Top Rear Edge Fold; Points Of Slight Rubbing And Miniscule Losses At Corners; Spine Very Slightly Faded.

      [Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books]
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        Hi-Ho!

      New York: The Museum of the City of New York, 1968. Limited Edition. Softcover. Very Good. Signed. Printed sheet music and facsimile of handwritten manuscript laid in stiff wraps with ribbon tie, in pictorial white slip case; limited edition, one of 250 copies signed by Ira Gershwin. Very Good with light toning and light soiling to slipcase, letter "A" penciled lightly in corner. Specially prepared for the Friends of the Theatre & Music Collection of the Museum of the City of New York to commemorate a special exhibit.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        GEORGIA O'KEEFFE - DRAWINGS

      New York, 1968. Portfolio set of 10 lithographs. Individually framed, accompanied by the original folding box. From an edition of 250, one of 230 signed. Fine. When Georgia O'Keeffe created the original drawing published in this limited edition print portfolio, she was still an unknown artist. The drawings, begun in 1915, are considered by art historians to be among the earliest and most individual manifestations of abstraction in American modern art. In 1968, O'Keeffe personally selected ten of her drawings - those that she though represented the range and variety of her work - for this project. Chip Benson, a MacArthur Prize-winning artist and a former Dean of the Yale School of Art, worked with Doris Bry, the leading authority on O'Keeffe's art, to create the prints. The lithographs were then published by Atlantis Editions, the imprint founded by Bry, and was the first of many collaborative projects undertaken by the pair. The ten drawings were printed in 300-line screen offset lithography; nine of the plates were made in black and white, and "Blue Lines" was printed in a striking blue. Two hundred thirty copies were numbered and signed by O'Keeffe herself. In the original folding box is also included a booklet with an introduction by art historian Lloyd Goodrich. The works exemplify O'Keeffe's use of undulating, spiral motifs, with swirling and delicate forms that draw in the eye and create dynamic compositions.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test

      first edition. NY, Farrar Straus and Giroux, 1968, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. This is Wolfe at his best following Ken Kesey and his Merry Pranksters in the wild, wacky, wonderful, and turbulent 1960s, with the wonderfully psychedelic front jacket illustration by Milton Glaser. Near fine.

      [Bookseller: James M. Dourgarian, Bookman]
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        Originalaffisch

      Övrigt tryckt och skrivet. Legal Visions. 1968. 85x62cm. Mycket gott skick. Originalaffisch av "Flickan med haschpipan" ett par små hål efter knappnål samt 1cm reva i vänster nederkant, ej störande.

      [Bookseller: Mina Böcker1]
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        Giant Night

      [New York]: Angel Hair, 1968. First Edition, First Printing. SIGNED by Anne Waldman on the final page, her first book and one of only 100 mimeographed copies. A meditation on "my little world," written when she and fellow poet Lewis Warsh were living on St. Mark's Place in the East Village. The poem is dated December 3, 1967, but was published by their Angel Hair imprint in 1968. Folio (14 inches / 35.7 cm), 4 unnumbered leaves, in stapled printed wrappers, featuring a beautiful cover illustration by George Schneeman, who often collaborated with New York School poets. Pages lightly toned, some soiling to the covers, half-inch tear and some rippling to the rear cover page. A Very Good copy. OCLC WorldCat lists 21 institutional holdings of this edition. Corinth reprinted Giant Night in 1970; that edition is readily obtainable. This true first edition, though, is very scarce to the market, especially in acceptable, collectible condition. SCARCE.

      [Bookseller: Le Bookiniste]
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        Skin Deep

      Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. London 1968 - First impression. Very good in dust wrapper. Signed by the author to the front free end paper and very scarce thus. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: David Cornell]
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        Lucio Fontana - Concetto spaziale

      Milan, Achille Mauri Editore 1968 - Printed cardboard box housing a book with texts by Giorgio Colombo and photography by Ugo Mulas, and a thermoformed plastic multiple It has some small broken ones in the sides, I will send photos if you need them [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Divisions & other early poems

      Mt. Horeb, WI: Perishable Press, 1968. Edition limited to 110 copies, 8vo, pp. [4], 19, [1]; unopened; original brown printed wrappers; fine. Printed on Shadwell, a paper handmade by Hamady. This copy out-of-series, but with a note on the wrapper flap: "This is a final proof copy. It is the same as the edition save that it is not numbered. Walter Hamady." But not quite the same as it is not signed by Creeley. Two Decades, 15.

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books]
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        2001: A Space Odyssey

      New York: New American Library, 1968. Fine/Fine. FIRST EDITION, SIGNED by Clarke on half-title. Clarke's novel, adapted from his short-story The Sentinel (1951), was written simultaneously with the screenplay for Stanley Kubrick's classic film and published shortly after the movie's release. "[The novel] is a fantasy-you need not believe it-but a fantasy by a master who is as deft at generating accelerating, almost painful suspense as he is knowledgeable and accurate (and fascinating) about the technical and human details of space flight and exploration. But it is finally the stretching of the imagination that is most enthralling as Mr. Clarke entices the reader into strange and magnificent conceptions of other forms of time, dimension and existence" (Eliot Fremont-Smith, New York Times ). New York: New American Library, 1968. Octavo, original cloth, original dust jacket. Book fine, dust jacket with a hint of wear at top of spine. Rare signed and in such good condition.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company]
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        2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY

      New York: The New American Library, 1968. First edition. Fine in a bright fine first state price clipped dust jacket with a small closed tear to the rear panel. (8168). Octavo, boards. Novelization of the film screenplay by Clarke and Stanley Kubrick which was based in part on Clarke's short story "The Sentinel." Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-254. Survey of Science Fiction Literature V, pp. 2343-9.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        Run Baby Run.

      Plainfield, NJ: Logos International, 1968. First edition of Cruz's autobiography. Octavo, original cloth. Inscribed by Nicky Cruz on the front free endpaper. Additionally signed by David Wilkerson, who as an evangelist led him to his conversion. Near fine in a very good dust jacket. Written with Jamie Buckingham. Introduction by Billy Graham. Rare and desirable signed by Cruz and Wilkerson. The Cross and the Switchblade: Dave Wilkerson's best-selling dramatic book first introduced millions of readers to Nicky Cruz. He was a warlord of a vicious New York City gang, an experienced thief and mugger, and a hardened and violent street criminal all before he reached 18. Run Baby Run is the story of his desperate battle against drugs, alcoholism, and a violent environment, as he searched for a better way of life.

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        No Way to Treat a Lady

      NY: Harcourt, Brace & World (1968) - A truly superb Fine First Edition in equally Fine dust jacket of this (obviously unread copy), the enormously popular cult favorite by the acclaimed author. Basis for the successful 1968 film starring Rod Steiger, George Segal and Lee Remick, this is a very real collector’s copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mystery Pier Books, Inc.,ABAA, ILAB, ABA]
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        At Terror Street and Agony Way

      Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press, 1968. First edition. Wraps. Slightest wear to edges of oversized wrappers, very near fine.. 8vo, 89pp; original wrappers, with printed white label on front to correct misprint in the title. One of only 800 copies in wrappers; there were also 75 hardbound copies with an original Bukowski drawing. This was Bukowski's first book with the Black Sparrow Press, the commencement of a long and fruitful relationship.

      [Bookseller: Locus Solus Rare Books]
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        The Best of Beaton

      Macmillan 1968 - Stated First Edition, First Printing. Not price-clipped ($17.95 price intact). Published by Macmillan, 1968. Signed and inscribed by Cecil Beaton on inside flyleaf. Folio. Black cloth boards with bright gold stamped spine lettering. Book is like new; clean, tight, sharp corners, bright spine lettering. Dust jacket is very good with some light shelf wear and a small tear at spine top. Pages and boards crisp and straight. Spine un-broken with no spine lean. A very nice collectible signed copy of this wonderful Beaton retrospective. 100% positive feedback. 30 day money back guarantee. NEXT DAY SHIPPING! Excellent customer service. Please email with any questions or if you would like a photo. All books packed carefully and ships with free delivery confirmation/tracking. All books come with free bookmarks. Ships from Southampton, New York. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Southampton Books]
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        Liberation

      RARE PIECE OF PUBLISHING HISTORY! Five new copies in original shipping envelope with invoice No. 11568 dated November 15, 1968 from Eastern News Distributors, Inc. Located at 155 West 15th Street, New York, New York 10011. Shipped to Old Town Bookstore in Saginaw, Michigan, owner's father's store that closed in 1972. Editorial board: A.J. Muste, Chairman, Dave Dellinger, Editor, Barbara Deming, Paul Goodman, Sidney Lens, Staughton Lynd. Managing Editor: Lamar Hoover. http://everything.explained.today/Independent_News/ I recommend looking at all of my photos.

      [Bookseller: Bay Shore Emporium]
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        Chagall Dessins Inedits Skir

      Chagall Dessins Inedits. Geneve, Skira, 1968, Signed by Marc Cagall on the title page. Fully illustrated with Coloured, tinted and black and white tipped-in plates. A very nice copy. Artwork in excellent condition.

      [Bookseller: Rockley Book Buys]
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        Richard Hamilton-The Oculist Witness-Marcel Duchamp-1968 Mixed Media

      1968 - "The Oculist Witness-Marcel Duchamp" by Richard Hamilton, Unsigned Mixed Media printed in 1968. The overall size of the Mixed Media is 31.5 x 23 inches. The condition of this piece has been graded as A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Here is some supplemental information about the Mixed Media: This is the original edition of an exhibition poster published by the Tate Gallery and printed by Petersburg Press in 1968. Fotolithograph with embossing of silver metalized polyester and applied clear polyester, on wove paper. This is a detail from the reconstruction by Richard Hamilton of a large glass. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Art Wise]
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        Novum Testamentum e codice Vaticano graeco 1209, Codex B : tertia vice phototypice expressum

      Civitas Vaticana (Vatican): Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, 1968. First edition. Hardcover. g to vg. Folio (13 1/4 x 12"). xxix, [3]pp (Text), 302, [2]pp (Plates), [2]pp (Colophon). Original 3/4 brown calf over decorative paper covered boards, with gold lettering to spine, and gilt-stamped coat of arms of Paul VI to front cover. Decorative endpapers.Third volume of this splendid facsimile edition of Codex Vaticanus, one of the oldest extant manuscripts of the Greek Bible (Old and New Testament), and one of the four great uncial codices. The Codex is named after its place of conservation in the Vatican Library, where it has been kept since at least the 15th century. It is written on 759 leaves of vellum in uncial letters and has been dated palaeographically to the 4th century. The manuscript became known to Western scholars as a result of correspondence between Erasmus and the prefects of the Vatican Library. Portions of the codex were collated by several scholars, but numerous errors were made during this process. The Codex's relationship to the Latin Vulgate was unclear and scholars were initially unaware of the Codex's value. This changed in the 19th century when transcriptions of the full codex were completed. It was at that point that scholars realized the text differed significantly from the Textus Receptus. Most current scholars consider the Codex Vaticanus to be one of the best Greek texts of the New Testament, with the Codex Sinaiticus as its only competitor. Until the discovery by Tischendorf of the Sinaiticus text, the Codex was unrivaled. It was extensively used by Westcott and Hort in their edition of The New Testament in the Original Greek in 1881. The most widely sold editions of the Greek New Testament are largely based on the text of the Codex Vaticanus. (Wikipedia).This third volume contains the final 302 pages of the codex (1235 to 1536).Binding rubbed along edges. Ex-library copy, sticker at tail of spine and at upper margin of front cover; bookplate on inside of front cover, and stamp at verso of title page and at top and bottom paper edges. Introduction in Latin, Codex in ancient Greek. Binding in overall good- to good, interior in very good condition.

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        High Priest

      New York and Cleveland: The New American Library and World Publishing, 1968. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed by Author. First edition. Inscribed by Leary to former owner on half-title page and signed by Remember Be Here Now author "Richard Alpert (Aka Ram Dass)" on title page bottom corner. (xvi), 353pp. Original cloth. Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket with creased spine panel, wear and a few small closed tears along edges, a few small pieces of tape on verso. A record of Leary's trips (one of which was guided by Dass) signed by two giants of the '60s psychedelic revolution, who were also longtime friends and collaborators in LSD research dating back to their days as Harvard professors. Rare thus.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        The Phoenix

      PHILOSPHICAL RESEARCH INC, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 1968 - The Phoenix an illustrated review of Occultism and Philosophy by Manly Palmer Hall. Publisher: The Philosophical Research Society, Inc. in Los Angeles, California. 1968. Originally Published in 1931. This copy inscribed by the author; laid in is a printed notice with color portrait, announcing the memorial service in folio. 175 pages, frontisportrait, b/w illustrations.Many full page throughout. Navy textured boards, gilt vignetter and spine lettering, inscript. at front end leaf, illustrations. Memorial notice laid in. Light wear at extremities top page edges stained. Writings in the first page. No bookplate. Tight and clean binding. DATE PUBLISHED: 1968 EDITION: FIFTH ED 175 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Modern Opera Houses and Theatres (3 Volumes)

      New York: Benjamin Blom, 1968. Elephant folios in publisher's navy buckram lettered in gilt and blind on upper cover and gilt on spine; top edge blue. Volume 1; xvi; 60pp with 100 plates and 93 in-text illustrations; Volume 2; xvi, 54pp with 100 plates and 95 in-text illustrations; Volume 3; xvi, 122pp + 3 supplements in 170pp (A Treatise on Theatre Planning and Construction, Supplements on Stage Machinery, Theatre Fires and Protective Legislation, General Index with 20 plates and 860 in-text illustrations. Fine copies. Sachs was a British architect and engineer by formal education, but by his interest in theatre and working as a stagehand and fireman, he specialized in the prevention of theatre fires. He was the technical advisor to the London Royal Opera House from 1898 until his death in 1919. Originally published in the late 1890s.

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        Stand on Zanzibar

      Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York 1968 - Author's copy with his bookplate to pastedown. Also his handwritten and signed party invitation for the Publication "July 17th", on his home stationary tipped in to the ffe. "Publication is on the 17th of July + we,re having a small party to celebrate. How about coming up and having a bite to eat with us beforehand? Shall we say 6PM Sharp? Best John B.". A fantastic piece. Hugo Award Winner for Best Novel, 1969. Dystopian novel of Earth in 2010. Book Condition: Fine: Sharp tight copy, lightly tanned outer page edges. Author's printed name bookplate to front pastedown, and tipped in signed Invitation note to ffe. / DJ Condition: Very Good: Rubbing to the dust jacket extremities, a few small spots to the back cover, mild sunning to flap edges. Original $6.95 price unclipped. Mylar cover. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Heartwood Rare Books]
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        STAND ON ZANZIBAR

      Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1968.. Large octavo,cloth. First edition. "Mammoth attempt to picture the world as it may well be in the early twenty-first century -- overpopulated, over automated, and torn by riots and muggings. The pop sociologist Chad C. Mulligan comments wryly on it all, and he is the nearest thing to a hero in this densely peopled book. Primarily didactic in intent, it borrows surface bravura from John Dos Passos's social realist USA trilogy (1930-1936)." - Pringle, The Ultimate Guide to Science Fiction, second edition (1995), p. 343. Winner of the 1969 Hugo award for best novel. 1968 Nebula nominee. Winner of the 1970 British Science Fiction Association Award for best novel and the French Prix Apollo. Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-175. Survey of Science Fiction Literature V, pp. 2140-45. A fine copy in bright, very good or better dust jacket with light rubbing at spine ends and lower corner tips and some scuffing to black background ink on rear panel. (#131344)

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc. ]
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        1 ° Congresso Culturale Dell' Avana 4 - 11 gennaio 1968 Risoluzione e Interventi

      LIBRERIA FELTRINELLI, 1968. ITALIANO 0,19 Brossura dalla copertina semi rigida, varie le usure come dissolvenza diffusa più evidente al dorso, tracce d'uso, mende a punte e cuffie, tali da conferire al volume un complessivo discreto aspetto. Pagine e tagli bruniti, documenti del primo, leggendario congresso culturale dell' Avana, gennaio 1968, a cura di E. Desideri, traduzione dallo spagnolo di E. Todeschini e M. L. Opassi, volume n. 18 della collana. USATO

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