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        Slaughterhouse-Five: or, The Children's Crusade

      New York: Delacorte Press / Seymour Lawrence, 1969 First edition, first printing. Publisher's bright blue cloth, lettered in red and gold, black endpapers; in the original dust jacket designed by Paul Bacon, stamped in black, red and bright blue, photograph of Vonnegut by Bossi to the rear panel. Near fine, with the spine ends very lightly bumped, front board with a hint of bowing, else fine; unclipped dust jacket, with some faint toning to the spine and extremities, faint rubbing to the spine ends, else bright and clean. Overall, a very sturdy and pleasing copy. Perhaps Vonnegut's best known novel, Slaughterhouse-Five tells the story of Billy Pilgrim's experience as an American soldier in Europe during World War II. The plot centers on the Allied bombing of Dresden, Germany, in 1945, an event Vonnegut experienced himself during the war. A combination of historic and science fiction, Slaughterhouse-Five also features the fictional planet Tralfamadore, where Pilgrim, a man who is "unstuck in time" and involuntarily traveling between time and space, is taken captive after his daughter's wedding. As the The New York Times wrote in its 1969 review, "It sounds crazy. It sounds like a fantastic last-ditch effort to make sense of a lunatic universe. But there is so much more to this book. It is very tough and very funny; it is sad and delightful; and it works.". First Edition.. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Dust Jacket Included.

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        HARD LOVING: Poems.

      Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press. (1969.) : , 1969. First edition - Her second book of poetry (also preceded by two novels.) 77 pp. Very good in black illustrated wrappers (prev owner's name, some rubbing to the coves). .

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        6 TYPED LETTERS SIGNED by the AMERICAN MYSTERY WRITER JOE GORES to his friend the SCIENCE FICTION WRITER REGINALD BRETNOR.

      San Francisco, March 4, 1969 through December 27, 1971. [1969]. [1969]. - San Francisco, March 4, 1969 through December 27, 1971. [1969]. [1969]. - A partial correspondence consisting of 6 typed letters signed by the American mystery fiction writer Joseph N. "Joe" Gores to the Science Fiction author Reginald Bretnor from March 4th, 1969 through December 27, 1971. In a playful manner which clearly emphasizes the importance of receiving material from Bretnor, Joe Gores writes on March 4, 1969 in a letter typed on his 11 inch high by 8-3/8 inch wide personal cream stationery "It has come to my attention through the loose-moraled bim who forms our secretarial pool that your introductions have not yet come in. I am sure you will recognize the need for receiving your material well in advance of our submission date to Random House, so the most objectionable scatology, as well as the most glaring errors in grammar, can be expunged. I would suggest enclosing your material in an unmarked brown paper wrapper." Closing with "Yrs. in irritation," the mystery author signs himself "J.N. Gores" above the title "Chief Feather-Ruffler". He humorously annotates his letter as having been written by "hes/nuts" and notes that the letter is "Form 511(c)".Obviously friends, Gores writes on May 29, 1970, on his personal 5-1/2 inch high by 8-1/2 inch wide stationery, thanking Reginald Bretnor for informing him of the story in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine and "the probable sale of THE CURIOUS CASE. to Fred" and discusses his publication lineup. Hoping to meet up with him during the Summer, Gores closes by forwarding his wife's Sue's regards. (Susan Hall was Gores' first wife. ). Signed "Joe". In a June 17, 1970 letter typed on similar half-page stationery, Gores mentions a possible venue for Bretnor's short stories "I recently made a couple of sales to an outfit which is buying reprints on a one-shot basis for use in English Weekly magazines" and forwards their contact information suggesting that Bretnor uses his name as reference. Signed "Joe".In a letter typed on his personal 8-1/2 inch high by 5-1/2 inch wide stationery, dated August 24, 1971, Gores asks Bretnor if he knows some technical details about French military rifles and semi-automatics which he needs for "REJOICE, YOUNG MAN, the Tahiti-set novel I am just taking through second draft at a great rate." He expresses his hopes that Bretnor and Rosalie's novels "are progressing as well" and forwards Susan's love to them. Signed "Joe". We've not been able to determine under what final title the manuscript to which Gores is referring ("Rejoice Young Man") was published if indeed it was published at all.Following through on September 5, 1971, Gores thanks Bretnor for the information on French arms: "As is usual with these bits and pieces of information, it plays only a very minor part in the book. but I did want to have it accurate and know enough to mention the calibres etc. in a very casual manner." It's likely that Bretnor has himself asked Joe Gores for information about the chain of succession in San Francisco mayoral politics which Gores provides before writing of the movie possibilities of a story: "There's not much I can do about the movie possibilities of 'A Matter of Equine Ballistics,' but at least I can make sure that it is put before the short story selection committee next January. Anyway, I'll be pulling for it (unless, of course, I have anything up myself; and even then I couldn't think of a story I'd rather be beat by)." He closes with a paragraph stating that "Bwana and Caliban send their regards to Hansi. This catching stuff is old hat to fierce black Bwana." Obviously referring to his cats, whose names he also used in his stories. "Caliban" appears as a cat in "A Time of Predators" and "Bwana Kifaru" (Swahili for "Mr. Rhino") appears in "Glass Tiger". The letter is signed "Joe".On December 27, 1971, Gores, addressing his letter to "Dear Reg and Rosie" thanks them for their Christmas phone call and their card. Obviously all have suffered recent illness [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        The Great Pie Robbery (SIGNED by Scarry, Inscribed to his mother)

      Random House, 1969. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. SIGNED BY RICHARD SCARRY AND INSCRIBED TO HIS MOTHER! Also dated in year of publication but no statement of edition. Very good condition overall: interior is mostly clean and bright but mild foxing on a few pages. Mild soil and edgewear on the covers and mild foxing on the paste-downs and endpapers. Front cover is mildly bowed. Extremely scarce signed by Scarry to his Mom. Expedited and international shipping are welcome. Signed by author.

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        Gesammelte Werke

      Amer Mathematical Society, 1969. 2. Hardcover. New. SKU: MM-27314311; EAN: 9780828402262

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        The Brown Wasps

      1969. Mount Horeb, Wisc.: The Perishable Press Limited, 1969. First Edition , Limited Edition. Fine in marbled paper covered boards with the text block printed on handmade, watermarked, Charter Oak, deckled paper.An 8vo measuring 8 3/8 by 5 1/4 inches containing 39 numbered pages followed by a pageexplaining the text and three blank pages. There are gift inscriptions on the first and second blank free end pages. Without a dust jacket as issued. One of only 256 limited edition copies printed. An extremely uncommon item by Eiseley.It is a collection of three essays by the author.Illustrated with a frontispiece by Jack Beal.

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        Plot Outlines of Shakespeares Tragedies Scene By Scene (Barnes & Noble College Outline Series)

      Barnes & Noble, 1969. Paperback. Used; Acceptable. Paperback; English language; a fair reading copy; a few small maerks to covers and spine faded but internal pages are clean with no annotation or highlighting (owner name on inside front cover). Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. All international orders are sent Royal Mail airmail.

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        INTERNAZIONALE SITUAZIONISTA. Rivista della sezione italiana dell'I.S. - Numero 1.

      Luglio, 1969. (Codice NN/0582) In 8º (24 cm) 144 pp. Raro n.1 (e unico uscito) dell'edizione italiana. Cfr. Balsebre, Della critica radicale, Bibliografia, p. 21. Pubblicazione del gruppo marxista rivoluzionario I.S.: movimento di intellettuali fondato da Guy Debord, anticipatore del maggio '68. Nel suo programma "la riappropriazione del reale" attraverso il superamento delle avanguardie, la critica della società dei consumi, l'antimilitarismo ecc. Alcune illustrazioni. Brossura verde originale, buono stato. Allegato il supplemento al n.1 (estremamente raro): manifesto "Avviso al proletariato italiano sulle possibilità presenti della rivoluzione sociale" pubblicato da I.S. il 19 novembre 1969, su 2 facciate (cm 50x34,5), con il programma del movimento. Ingialliture e strappetti marginali, ma completo. Euro 600.00 ~~~ SPEDIZIONE IN ITALIA SEMPRE TRACCIATA

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        The Prose Poems: [comprising] Memory; Ex Oblivione; Nyarlathotep; What the Moon Brings.

      [Sauk City, Wisconsin?] Miskatonic Editions, [Roy A. Squires, published with the permission of Arkham House,], 1969-70. Four works, octavo. Original coloured wrappers, sewn at the fold, titles to front wrappers. With the original envelopes for each work. All housed in a brown cloth folding case. A fine complete set. First editions, only printings, a fine complete set of the Prose Poems of Lovecraft, each title number 6 from a limited edition of 125 copies (of which 26 were lettered, 99 numbered), here presented together in a collector's case with the original envelopes preserved. These "Miskatonic Editions" were part of a sequence of beautifully printed chapbooks issued in small numbers by Roy A. Squires, literary executor for Clark Ashton Smith, between 1962 and 1979, named in reference to the fictional Miskatonic University in Lovecraft's imaginary town of Arkham, Essex County, Massachusetts. Rare fine and complete thus.

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        THE CONJUNCTION

      ANGUS & ROBERTSON 1969 - Very rare/collectible title - excellent clean crisp interior with no marks or inscriptions and with immaculate boards; d/j of vg appearance generally with only very light usage, faint rubs to spine tips and corners, minor colour-fade (sunned) to spine but with title letters still bold and clear, not price-clipped. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE INAUGURAL ADDRESS OF RICHARD MILHOUS NIXON PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES DELIVERED AT THE CAPITOL / WASHINGTON JANUARY 20, 1969

      Achille J. St. Onge n.d, Worcester, MA - A miniature book (1-3/4" x 2-1/2") bound in full blue calf with gilt lettering and the presidential eagle design on the cover. One of 1500 copies printed on English handmade paper by Joh. Enschede en Zonen Haarlem, Holland. Although not called for, Richard Nixon has SIGNED this copy on the half-title page adding the date 9-1-82. This is the only signed copy of Nixon's first Inaugural Address we have seen, and none appear in the auction records. Accompanied by a photocopy of an interesting letter from an acquaintance of Nixon's asking him to sign this book. Tiny blemish on front cover, still Fine [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Les Métamorphoses érotiques. Choix de dessins exécutés de 1940 à 1968. Avec une pointe sèche signée de Dali.

      Lausanne, A l'Erotitiade, 1969.

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        Arno Balsamo Fino

      Firenze , EDIZIONI CANTINI CLUB D'ARTE, 1969 - Poesia in prosa e versi di Franco Simongini con 5 acqueforti originali, su fogli sciolti, di Giacomo Porzano numerate e firmate a matita dall'Artista (cm 22x14,5 circa). Nota di Carlo Betocchi. 4to. pp. 24 + incisioni. . Ottimo (Fine). . Edizione originale di esemplari 120 + X. . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ad Dekkers. Reliëfs. Reliefs. SIGNED/FINE COPY.

      Frankfurt am Main, 1969 - Frankfurt am Main, 1969. Stiff wrappers (softcover), 30 x 30 cms., unpaginated (24) pp., text in Dutch, French, English and German with 9 monochrome reliefs (embossed prints) printed on thick paper in Japanese binding. Limited edition of 2000 copies numbered '227' by hand in pen, signed and dated '1969' in pencil by Ad Dekkers in colophon. RARE. All prints are variations on: Fase van vierkant naar cirkel/Fase van cirkel naar vierkant (Phase from square to circle/Phase from circle to square). [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        OPERA GRAFICA DI PAOLO MANARESI. PRESENTAZIONE DI RODOLFO PALLUCCHINI.

      PRANDI, Reggio Emilia. 1969 - Tiratura limitata. In 4 gr. con 287 ill. di cui 8 a colori. Leg. edit. sovr. fig . con cofanetto. Perfetto.

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        Enciclopedia Della Canzone Napoletana

      IL TORCHIO, 1969. ITALIANO 6 CON ILLUSTRAZIONI USATO

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        INFINITY: AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MAGAZINE PHOTOGRAPHERS

      NY: American Society of Magazine Photographers, Inc, 1969. First editions. 4tos., variable paginations, illustrated from b&w photographs. Photo-illustrated wrappers. 41 loose issues. A broken run, as follows: Vol. 2, 1953, March, April, June/July, Aug./Sept, Nov./Dec.; Vol. 3, 1954, Feb., March, May, June/July, Aug./Sept., Oct., Nov., Dec.; Vol. 4, 1955, Feb., Summer, Sept./Oct., Nov.; Vol. 5, 1956, Jan./Feb., March, May/June, Special Issue; Vol. 6, 1957, Winter, Aug., Sept., Oct., Christmas; Vol. 7, 1958, Feb., Oct., Nov., Dec.; Vol. 8, 1959, Feb., March, April; Vol. 10, 1961, Jan.; Vol. 12, 1963, Feb, June; Vol. 13, 1964, Aug.; Vol. 16, 1967, July; Vol. 17, 1968, Oct., Dec.; Vol. 18, 1969, April. Light soiling to some wrappers; a few corners creased; writing in ink on front wrapper of Dec.,1968; others very good. A monthly publication, but frequency in the early years was erratic. At various times, these luminaries were on the staff or where officers: Lou Jacobs, Jr; Todd Webb; Cornell Capa; Philippe Halsmam; Wayne Miller; Ylla; Shirley Burden; Morley Baer; Henri Cartier-Bresson; Todd Walker; Arthur Rothstein; Minor White; Ralph Hattersley, et al. Primarily comprised of articles and portfolios by and about well-known photographers, such as Weegee, Roman Vishniac, Ansel Adams, Charles Gatewood, Alice Austen, August Sander, Grace Mayer, Robert Doisneau, Elliott Erwitt, Edward Weston, Marc Riboud, Will Connell, Richard Avedon, Roman Vishniac, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Werner Bischof, Weegee, Sol Libsohn, Edouard Boubat, Robert Capa, and others. Edited by Bob Smallman, et al.

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        6 TYPED LETTERS SIGNED by the AMERICAN MYSTERY WRITER JOE GORES to his friend the SCIENCE FICTION WRITER REGINALD BRETNOR.

      San Francisco, March 4, 1969 through December 27, 1971. [1969].. [1969].. - A partial correspondence consisting of 6 typed letters signed by the American mystery fiction writer Joseph N. "Joe" Gores to the Science Fiction author Reginald Bretnor from March 4th, 1969 through December 27, 1971. In a playful manner which clearly emphasizes the importance of receiving material from Bretnor, Joe Gores writes on March 4, 1969 in a letter typed on his 11 inch high by 8-3/8 inch wide personal cream stationery "It has come to my attention through the loose-moraled bim who forms our secretarial pool that your introductions have not yet come in.... I am sure you will recognize the need for receiving your material well in advance of our submission date to Random House, so the most objectionable scatology, as well as the most glaring errors in grammar, can be expunged. I would suggest enclosing your material in an unmarked brown paper wrapper...." Closing with "Yrs. in irritation," the mystery author signs himself "J.N. Gores" above the title "Chief Feather-Ruffler". He humorously annotates his letter as having been written by "hes/nuts" and notes that the letter is "Form 511(c)".<p>Obviously friends, Gores writes on May 29, 1970, on his personal 5-1/2 inch high by 8-1/2 inch wide stationery, thanking Reginald Bretnor for informing him of the story in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine and "the probable sale of THE CURIOUS CASE... to Fred" and discusses his publication lineup. Hoping to meet up with him during the Summer, Gores closes by forwarding his wife's Sue's regards. (Susan Hall was Gores' first wife. ). Signed "Joe". In a June 17, 1970 letter typed on similar half-page stationery, Gores mentions a possible venue for Bretnor's short stories "I recently made a couple of sales to an outfit which is buying reprints on a one-shot basis for use in English Weekly magazines" and forwards their contact information suggesting that Bretnor uses his name as reference. Signed "Joe".<p>In a letter typed on his personal 8-1/2 inch high by 5-1/2 inch wide stationery, dated August 24, 1971, Gores asks Bretnor if he knows some technical details about French military rifles and semi-automatics which he needs for "REJOICE, YOUNG MAN, the Tahiti-set novel I am just taking through second draft at a great rate...." He expresses his hopes that Bretnor and Rosalie's novels "are progressing as well" and forwards Susan's love to them. Signed "Joe". We've not been able to determine under what final title the manuscript to which Gores is referring ("Rejoice Young Man") was published if indeed it was published at all.<p>Following through on September 5, 1971, Gores thanks Bretnor for the information on French arms: "As is usual with these bits and pieces of information, it plays only a very minor part in the book.... but I did want to have it accurate and know enough to mention the calibres etc. in a very casual manner...." It's likely that Bretnor has himself asked Joe Gores for information about the chain of succession in San Francisco mayoral politics which Gores provides before writing of the movie possibilities of a story: "There's not much I can do about the movie possibilities of 'A Matter of Equine Ballistics,' but at least I can make sure that it is put before the short story selection committee next January.... Anyway, I'll be pulling for it (unless, of course, I have anything up myself; and even then I couldn't think of a story I'd rather be beat by)." He closes with a paragraph stating that "Bwana and Caliban send their regards to Hansi. This catching stuff is old hat to fierce black Bwana...." Obviously referring to his cats, whose names he also used in his stories. "Caliban" appears as a cat in "A Time of Predators" and "Bwana Kifaru" (Swahili for "Mr. Rhino") appears in "Glass Tiger". The letter is signed "Joe".<p>On December 27, 1971, Gores, addressing his letter to "Dear Reg and Rosie" thanks them for their Christmas phone call and their card. Obviously all have suffered recent illness as Gores writes "Don't mention Christmas colds. I just finished my annual, and Susan had hers the week before...." He expresses his hopes that "everything goes well with the Timuroff novel" and suggests that Barb Norville at Bobbs-Merrill "with her new mystery line just starting up" might be in the market. Enclosing one of his own works, Gores writes: "On the off-chance that you won't see a copy of this up there (and because I know damned well no complimentary copies have been sent), I enclose the enclosed. Merry Christmas or something. A hell of a good story, by the way, on rereading." Expressing his wishes for a Happy New Year from Susan and himself, he signs himself "Joe".<p>Folded for mailing, each letter is in otherwise near fine condition.<p>An entertaining and fascinating correspondence. <p>The American mystery writer Joseph Nicholas "Joe" Gores (1931-2011) is known for his San Francisco based novels and short stories. Many of Gores stories featured the "Dan Kearney and Associates" private investigation firm (the DKA files) which specialized in repossessing cars. Gores himself worked as a repo man and private eye for the firm of David Kikkert & Associates. He used variations of the names of former associates in his novels, thus the similarity between the names of his fictional firm and the one he worked for over several years. A three-time Edgar Award Winner, receiving awards in three separate categories, as well as the Japanese Maltese Falcon Award for "Hammett" and the Private Eye Writers of America lifetime achievement award, Gores served as president of the Mystery Writers of America. His novels include the award-winning "A Time of Predators", "Come Morning" and "32 Cadillacs" in which, in synchrony with Donald Westlake, he wrote a chapter where his characters where influenced by the same events as those in Westlake's "Drowned Hopes". His novel "Hammett" was the basis for Wim Wenders' 1982 film of the same name. An early stint as an English teacher at a boy's school in Kenya was likely the influence for his novel "Glass Tiger" which included an old rhino named "Bwana Kifaru" who was slaughtered by poachers. Joe Gores died exactly 50 years to the day after the death of his muse Dashiel Hammett.<p>Born Alfred Reginald Kahn, the Russian-American science fiction writer Reginald Bretnor (1911-1992) wrote numerous short stories, many of which featured a whimsical story line or ironic plot twist, as well as volumes on military theory and public affairs. His collection of short stories titled "Through Time and Space with Ferdinand Feghoot", published under the pseudonym of Grendel Briarton, gave birth to the humorous story pun which came to be called a "Feghoot". The stories were originally published in Fantasy and Science Fiction for 1956 through 1973 and, in 1973, the magazine ran a contest soliciting "Feghoots" from its readers and writers.

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        Ma part de vérité

      - Fayard, Paris 1969, 15x21,5cm, broché. - Edizione per il quale non è stato redatto grandi giornali. autografo firmato François Mitterrand Louis Deschamps. Dos rugosa come generalmente piccole macchie chiare in assenza di gravità sul primo, piacevole stato interiore piatta. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale pour laquelle il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiers. Envoi autographe signé de François Mitterrand à Louis Deschamps. Dos ridé comme généralement, petites taches claires sans gravité sur le premier plat, agréable état intérieur.

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        INFINITY: AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MAGAZINE PHOTOGRAPHERS

      NY: American Society of Magazine Photographers, Inc, 1969. First editions. 4tos., variable paginations, illustrated from b&w photographs. Photo-illustrated wrappers. 41 loose issues. A broken run, as follows: Vol. 2, 1953, March, April, June/July, Aug./Sept, Nov./Dec.; Vol. 3, 1954, Feb., March, May, June/July, Aug./Sept., Oct., Nov., Dec.; Vol. 4, 1955, Feb., Summer, Sept./Oct., Nov.; Vol. 5, 1956, Jan./Feb., March, May/June, Special Issue; Vol. 6, 1957, Winter, Aug., Sept., Oct., Christmas; Vol. 7, 1958, Feb., Oct., Nov., Dec.; Vol. 8, 1959, Feb., March, April; Vol. 10, 1961, Jan.; Vol. 12, 1963, Feb, June; Vol. 13, 1964, Aug.; Vol. 16, 1967, July; Vol. 17, 1968, Oct., Dec.; Vol. 18, 1969, April.Light soiling to some wrappers; a few corners creased; writing in ink on front wrapper of Dec.,1968; others very good. A monthly publication, but frequency in the early years was erratic. At various times, these luminaries were on the staff or where officers: Lou Jacobs, Jr; Todd Webb; Cornell Capa; Philippe Halsmam; Wayne Miller; Ylla; Shirley Burden; Morley Baer; Henri Cartier-Bresson; Todd Walker; Arthur Rothstein; Minor White; Ralph Hattersley, et al. Primarily comprised of articles and portfolios by and about well-known photographers, such as Weegee, Roman Vishniac, Ansel Adams, Charles Gatewood, Alice Austen, August Sander, Grace Mayer, Robert Doisneau, Elliott Erwitt, Edward Weston, Marc Riboud, Will Connell, Richard Avedon, Roman Vishniac, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Werner Bischof, Weegee, Sol Libsohn, Edouard Boubat, Robert Capa, and others.Edited by Bob Smallman, et al.

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        Rauschenberg

      Abrams, 1969 1st Edition. Inscribed by Rauschenberg. A massive and historic work, designed by the artist, with a particular design where text and images blend together on a black and white background. Many plates by the end of the book are printed in color. Complete of Notes Text, autobiography, and bibliography at the end of the book. A signed work of art by the prominent artist for a fraction of what his signed wall art sells for. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.. Inscribed by Illustrator(s). 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good.

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        Aspects of Art and Science.

      Twelve by Eight Press, Leicester. 1969 - First edition. Quarto. 37 pages. Eight single-page and four double-page illustrations, with original loose tissue guards. Original binding of full blue morocco stamped in gilt, hand-bound by George Percival at Leicester. Top edge gilt. Designed and printed by Will and Sebastian Carter at the Rampant Lions Press, Cambridge. Printed on hand-made paper at the Richard de Bas mill at Ambert in the French Auvergne."The illustrations in this volume are hand-printed by the artist from copper plates worked by engraving, etching, aquatint, drilling and grinding; the colours are printed in both intaglio and relief, and some additional colour is finally applied by hand. The themes of the prints include aspects of nature to which science has drawn the artist's thoughts, such as the designs formed by atoms in minerals and living organisms, and the formations of stars in their galaxies. The accompanying notes consider some concepts of art relevant to the prints and in particular certain relationships between the spheres of art and science."One of 80 numbered copies signed by the artist.Fine in fine marbled paper-covered slipcase with blue leather at top and bottom. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ms. Brief mit eigenh. U. London, 29. VII. 1969.

      1969. 1 S. 4to. Mit ms. adr. Kuvert. An die Lektorin und Übersetzerin Elfriede Wagner, der er bei der Suche nach einer Stelle als Lektorin behilflich war: "[...] Ich bin erst im Herbst wieder in Deutschland und werde dann natürlich die Augen offenhalten, vielleicht begegne ich jemandem dem ich von Ihnen erzählen könnte. Glückliche Zufälle gibt es immer. Ich möchte nur nicht, dass sie sicher mit einem Erfolg rechnen. Es wäre das eine unverantwortliche Irreführung; vorläufig ist mir noch niemand eingefallen, an den ich mich in dieser Sache wenden könnte. Aber das wird sich wohl ändern, wenn ich ein wenig Zeit zum Nachdenken habe. Ihr Lektoratsbericht über die 'Blendung' ist sehr eindrucksvoll und an ihm lag es bestimmt nicht, dass ich nicht bei Desch herauskam; allerdings war das dann doch ein Glück für mich, denn Hanser ist der richtige Verlag; ihm danke ich es, dass ich in Deutschland endlich gelesen werde [...]".

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        In the Beginning God..

      Flemington, NJ: St. Teresa's Press, 1969. Small quarto. (26)pp. One of 100 copies. Stunningly illustrated with hand-painted watercolors showing celestial bodies, including the Earth and the Moon. Issued to commemorate the first flight to the Moon, the text consists of the first 34 verses of the Book of Genesis, to which has been appended Colonel Borman's Prayer. Slight fading to spine, else fine in silver-stamped orange wrappers.

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        Cahiers de civilisation médiévale. X-XII ème siècles. Tête de collection.

      Poitiers, Centre d'Etudes Superieures de Civilisation médievale, 1958-1969 - 21/27 cm., 76 vols., 100pp/vol. env. Brochés, couvertures imprimées. Bel ensemble en très bon état du numéro 1 en 1958 jusqu'àu numéro 75 de 1976. A partir de 1969, un cinquieme volume (bibliographie) s'ajoute aux 4 numéros trimestriels. deux numéros sont manquants à notre collection : n° 57 de 1972 & n° 72 de 1976. Les Cahiers de civilisation médiévale sont une revue trimestrielle éditée depuis 1958 par le CESCM et dédiés à tous les aspects de la civilisation romane (Xe-XIIe siècles). Accordant une attention particulière à l&#146;actualité bibliographique, les Cahiers rendent compte chaque année de plus de deux cents titres en publiant des recensions de monographies et éditions de sources ainsi que des tables des matières d&#146;ouvrages collectifs. Attention poids élevé, frais de port en rapport. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Storia del costume in Italia. I: Il costume dopo la caduta dell'Impero d'Occidente. II: Il Trecento - Il Quattrocento. III: Il Cinquecento - Il Seicento. IV: Il Settecento. V: L'Ottocento.

      Milano, Ist. Edit. Italiano, 1969/1975, cinque vol. in-4¡ legatura editoriale,, pp. 349 + 500 + 491 + 432 + 536. Completamente illustrato con piu' di 1.000 tavole in nero e a colori.

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        Black Mountain Review Numbers 1-7

      New York: AMS Press, 1969. reprint. Hardcover. VG, ex art library set with inked stamps on text block edges, ownership stamp on rear of title-page in eacgh volume, no other marks. Very clean, tight with little sign of use. Shelf appeal does not betray exlibrary status, no markings on spines.. Olive green cloth bindings. 3 Volumes. Vol. 1 contains Numbers 1-4. Vol. 2 contains Number 5. Vol. 3 contains numbers 6 and 7. Originally published between Spring 1954 and Autumn 1957 (and edited by Robert Creeley), these 7 issues (reprinted into three physical volumes) contain contributions by many of the important artists and writers of the day. Included among these contributors are Artaud (trans. by Rexroth), Paul Blackburn, William Bronk, Paul Carroll, Jess Collins, Robert Creeley, Fielding Dawson, Louis Dienes, Harold Lee Drake, Robert Duncan, Larry Eigner, Paul Goodman, Philip Guston, Robert Hellman, Franz Kline, Lucy Lapp, Rene Laubies, Irving Layton, Denise Levertov, Mason Jordan Mason, Ronald Mason, Christian Morgenstern, Hilda Morley, Lorine Niedecker, Charles Olson, Joel Oppenheimer, Kenneth Rexroth, Michael Rumaker, Ramon Sender, Martin Seymour-Smith, Aaron Siskind, Toda Tomoya, Kizu Toyotaro, Gael Turnbull, Thomas White, Jonathan Williams, Douglas Woolf, Louis Zukofsky. These are high-quality books, better than what might be available via print-on-demand. Scarce.

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        Strip-street

      Paris , Editions Agentzia,, 1969 - Libro d'artista. Tavole fotografiche in bianco e nero accompagnate da testi dell'artista. 8vo (cm 20x10,5). pp. 104. . Ottimo (Fine). . Edizione originale di 500 esemplari. [Dematteis e Maffei, 1998]. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marini ALAI - ILAB]
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        Rauschenberg

      New York: Harry N. Abrams. Near Fine with no dust jacket. 1969. First Edition. Hardcover. 0810904306 . NY: Harry N. Abrams, [1969]. First Edition. Oblong, 11 x 11 ½ in. 171 illustrations in b&w and 47 in full color. 231 pages (page 1 starts on front cover) plus fold-out list of "plates", and includes Bibliography. Illustrated hardcover, negligible rubbing to edges of covers, both binding and interior near fine, no owner's name. Acetate dj has few tears and chips (top of spine panel and front cover). ISBN 0810904306; 171 b&w illustrations, 47 in full color; Oblong 11 x 11 1/2 inches; 231 pages .

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        OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK

      Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1969. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good dust jacket. Octavo. Extremely uncommon hard cover edition of Kooser's first book; a bright clean binding; a bit of staining to a few pages (images available) else Fine; dust jacket is scuffed; closed tear at the top of the front joint with some creasing; jacket is now brightened and protected in a mylar cover. Signed by Kooser on the title page.

      [Bookseller: Michael Pyron, Bookseller]
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        Sex a gogo.

      Bonn, Verlag der europäischen Bücherei H. M. Hieronimi, 1969. o. S. Kl.-8° Klein-Oktav, Hardcover/Pappeinband Mit zahlr. s/w Abb. Das obere Kapital ist etwas bestoßen. Die Kopfecken sind etwas berieben. Die Fußecke des Vorderdeckels ist leicht bestoßen. Die Ecken des oberen Kapitals sind etwas berieben. Sexualität, Erotik, Akte, Achtundsechziger, Frauen, Comics

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        CALDER: FOUNDATION MAEGHT

      Saint-Paul, France: Foundation Maeght, 1969. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Inscribed with enormous wit and affection to satiric artist and close friend Robert Osborn by Calder using a Calder quote excerpted from the book that is printed on ffe verso. The quote reads "One of the problems/ confronting me is to get enough/ free time to work/ and not to go around talking about it." Calder has taken the first line and inserted in bold blue ink a different completion of the line (in italics here) so that it reads "One of the problems is Bob Osborn('s) a very nice guy in the long run. Sandy"." With a postcard picturing three of Calder's sculptures in the outdoor collection of the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, from Calder to Robert and Elodie dated by him July 13, 1987, postmarked from Denmark, in which Calder reports on how touring is like a tiring "campaign" ("oh to be 60 again!") and proclaims "the glorious Calders are by far the best at this fine museum." Alexander Calder, known to his friends since childhood as 'Sandy', was an American artist best known for his mobile sculptures. Championed by the Museum of Modern Art, his distinctive mobiles hang permanently there as well as premier institutions like the DC National Gallery. Commissioned to build sculptures and paint murals in several of Marcel Breuer's houses built in Litchfield County, CT. Calder, who lived in Roxbury in that county, Calder had many friends in the artistic community there, Robert Osborn and his wife Eloise being among the closest.

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        THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY (12 VOLUMES IN 14,)

      CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1969-74. REPRINTS. VOLUMES 1 TO 12 WITH VOLUMES 1 AND 2 HAVING 2 PARTS, HENCE 14 BOOKS. A VERY GOOD SET IN NEAR FINE DUSTWRAPPERS. HAS ANNOTATIONS (IN THE FORM OF A NEAT ") IN THE MARGINS THROUGHOUT. NEAT NAME TO FEP. PLATES. A VERY NICE SET WELL PRICED. VERY HEAVY SO POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Typed document signed

      1969 - JOHNSON, Lyndon Baines. Typed document signed. [Washington, D.C.: White House], 1969. Five legal-size leaves (each measures 8-1/2 by 14 inches) in typescript on the rectos, staple-bound. WITH: Single letterhead leaf (measures 7 by 9 inches) in typescript on the recto. $1400.Scarce five-page official press release signed by President Johnson on the top leaf, dated in print January 15, 1969, only five days before he left office, a typed transcript of his Remarks on his projected budget that were made by him in the White House the day after he delivered his final State of the Union message, accompanied by a February 5 typed letter on Johnson letterhead signed by his personal secretary to a major political supporter, stating Johnson "was delighted to autograph for you a copy of his remarks [sic] at the time he signed the Budget Message."&#157;Boldly signed by President Johnson in his last days in office, this five-page typed document contains an official press release from the Office of the White House Press Secretary. It presents the Remarks of the President upon Signing of the Budget Message and is dated in print, "January 15, 1969"&#157;-the day after Johnson delivered his State of the Union message and just five days before he left office. In Johnson's 1969 Budget Message, which was his sixth and final budget message, he projected a "budget for 1969 to be in a net balance of $2.4 billion. (The fiscal year 1969 began on January 1, 1969, even though the President had released his Fiscal Year (FY) 1969 budget almost a year earlier.) The FY1969 budget would not be implemented by President Johnson; it would instead be presided over by President Nixon, who took office on January 20,1969". Congress in the late 1960s had no independent budget process of its own". It was not until 1974 that Congress put in place the modern procedures that govern federal budgeting for Congressional purposes (as part of the Congressional Budget Impoundment and Control Act enacted in that year). This legislation created both the Congressional Budget Office and the standing budget committees in the House and Senate"&#157; (Social Security Office). In his Remarks, Johnson summarizes his projected budget, graciously pays tribute to his staff and states: "I am very proud that I can have this last ceremony,"&#157; while he also acknowledges, regarding his successor, "Mr. Nixon and I have not always agreed on everything."&#157; Accompanying this document is a typed letter on Johnson's letterhead, signed by his personal secretary and addressed to a leading supporter of Johnson and Hubert Humphrey. Recipient Charles Horn was founder and president of Federal Cartridge Corporation in 1922 and served as longtime chairman of the Olin Foundation. During WWII Horn's company's TCOP plant earned the "E"&#157; award for excellence in war production. In 2004 Minnesota congressman Mark Kennedy honored Charles Horn on the floor of Congress as "a true American icon. A successful businessman who gave generously to his community, Horn will long be remembered". as an innovator and a dedicated philanthropist"&#157; (Congressional Record: Volume 150, No. 26). The text of the accompanying typed letter to Charles Horn reads: "February 5, 1969. Austin, Texas. Dear Mr. Horn: President Johnson was delighted to autograph for you a copy of his remarks [sic] at the time he signed the Budget Message, and I enclose it [the Remarks] herewith. Sincerely, [signed] Mary Rather [typescript] Mary Rather, Personal Secretary [at lower left] Mr. Charles Lilley Horn, 2700 Foshay Tower, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402. cc Honorable Hubert H. Humphrey."&#157;Faint foldlines to fine document and letter, presidential signature dark and clear. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Ghosts' High Noon.

      New York: Harper & Row, publishers, 1969 - Octavo. Original grey boards, light grey cloth backstrip, spine lettered in grey, publisher's device to front board in silver, top edge blue, others untrimmed, grey endpapers. With the dust jacket. Gift inscription to front free endpaper. Spine rolled, foot of spine bumped. An excellent copy in the dust jacket slightly rubbed and creased at spine-ends. First edition, first printing. Inscribed by the author "Yours sincerely, John Dickson Carr" on the title-page. The Ghosts' High Noon was Carr's third-to-last novel and his second set in New Orleans, following Papa Là-bas in 1968. Hubin p. 66 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Old Burma-Early Pagan - 3 Vols -

      J.J. Augustin, N.Y - Locust Valley, 1969 - ca. 1200 pp 3 Vols, Folio , Linen without dust jaked, verry fine textclean copys. Vol. 1 Text ( 1969) , Vol. 2 Cataloque of Plates, Indexes ( 1970) -Vol. 3 : Plates ( 1970) . ( Artibus Asiae ,curat editionem New York University , Institute of Fine Arts - Supplementum 25 ) L40B Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 8000 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Deutsche Malerei der Gotik (11-volume set)

      Nendeln, Liechtenstein: Kraus Reprint, 1969. Hardcover. VG- (Ex-art library, with faint marks from removed spine labels; marks on book block edges and outermost pages, incl. pockets at rear; titles on spines are moderately rubbed off; bindings may have slight soiling; pages and plates have light but average aging.). 11 vols. Oatmeal cloth with gray title blocks and gilt letters on spines, 2018 total text pp., 3094 total BW plates. Text is in German. This full 11-volume reference set details German painting and book illumination between the years 1250-1400. Approaches the subject both chronologically and geographically, book per book. Each one has text in front and BW plates at the rear. Volumes cover: 1. Die Zeit von 1250 bis 1350 -- 2. Die Zeit von 1350 bis 1400 -- 3. Norddeutschland in der Zeit von 1400 bis 1450 -- 4. Südwestdeutschland in der Zeit von 1400 bis 1450 -- 5. Köln in der Zeit von 1450 bis 1515 -- 6. Nordwestdeutschland in der Zeit von 1450-bis 1515 -- 7. Orrhein, Bodensee, Schweiz, und Mittelrhein in der Zeit von 1450 bis 1500 -- 8. Schwaben in der Zeit von 1450 bis 1500 -- 9. Franken, Böhmen und Thüringen-Sachsen in der Zeit von 1400 bis 1500 -- 10. Salzburg, Bayern und Tirol in der Zeit von 1400 bis 1500 -- 11. Österreich und der ostdeutsche Siedlungsraum von Danzig bis Siebenbürgen in der Zeit von 1400 bis 1500. Originally published in 1933, and this is a later reprint. Uncommon, to find all volumes together.

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        Sonia Delaunay: 27 Tableaux Vivants

      Milan, Italy: Edizioni del Naviglio, 1969. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Fine. Sonia Delaunay (1885-1979) and her husband, Robert Delaunay, were co-founders of the art movement know as Orphism which was known for its strong colors and bold geometric shapes. During her long career, Delaunay created solitary art pieces, worked in fashion and costume design, including the costumes for Sergei Diaghilev's 1917 productions of "Cleopatra" and "Aida." This book represents a collaboration between Delaunay and Guillaume Apollinaire (who came up with the name Orphism in 1911-1913) and the poet, Blaise Cendrars. In 1913 Cendrars and Delaunay had collaborated on the groundbreaking artist's book, "La prose du Transsibérien et de la Petite Jehanne de France (Prose of the Trans-Siberian and of Little Jehanne of France)." Fascinating that this same relationship would result in a similar style of production fifty-six years later. [42] pp. 4to. Accordion bound with white cloth front and rear boards and a Sonia Delaunay design gracing the front cover. Extremely clean and crisp within. 27 color lithographs of Delaunay's costume designs. Produced in a limited edition of 150 copies, numbers I-XXV were reserved for the authors, the remaining copies (XXVI-CL) are numbered and signed by both Delaunay and Damase at the colophon, this being #LIX (59). Housed in original scarlet cloth covered clamshell box with "Sonia Delaunay" printed in blue on cover and in Very Good condition with light scuffing and fading from time. OCLC lists only six institutions with a copy in their holdings, quite surprising given Delaunay's work crossing both art and costume design.

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        Elya

      - Gallimard, Paris 1969, 12,5x20cm, broché. - Prima edizione, una delle 45 copie numerate sul filo puro solo importanti documenti. Nizza copia. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 45 exemplaires numérotés sur pur fil, seuls grands papiers. Bel exemplaire.

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        KLERONOMIA, 50 VOLUMES (1969-2003)

      1969. Patriarchal Institute for Patristic Studies. 1969-2003. In-8.Carré. Broché. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais. 50 volumes. Texte majoritairement en grec. 2 volumes annuels jusqu'en 1986. Volume B de 1975 manquant. Année 1997 manquante. Etiquettes, annotations (codes) et tampons de bibliothèque. Periodical edition. Tome 1-A, 1969: Joseph Ratzinger: Die Bedeutung der Väter für die Gegenwärtige Theologie. Stylianos Harkianakis, Die Trinitätslehre Gregors von Nazianz. P. Khrêstoi, Othmar Perler, meliton de Sardes, Sur le Pâque et fragments, Intro. et texte critique, trad. et notes, etc. Tome 35, 2003: Vasil T. Istavridis, The Ecumenical patriarchate and the Ottoman State after the fall of Constantinople. Gennadios Limouris, 'The joint declaration on the doctrine of justification' between roman Catholics and Lutherians: implications and perspectives for the bilateral dialogues: an orthodox approach...

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        Découvertes.

      Editions Skira, sorti des presses de l'imprimerie Henri Studer S.A., Genève, 1969, 1 volume in-4 de 250x285 mm environ, 127 pages, entièrement monté sur onglet, dans une très belle reliure moderne signée : Ch. Delpierre et K. Vinding, cuir noir et plats décorés, dans un étui cartonné avec ouverture cuir. Edition originale du texte. Exemplaire N° 93, un des 170 exemplaires réimposés et tirés sur Vélin d'Arches à la cuve, accompagnés de 2 lithographies originales en couleurs de Ionesco et Capogrossi, numérotées et signées, numérotés de 1 à 175. Illustrations de l'auteur. Etui légèrement sali, petits frottements sur la coiffe inférieure et sur l'ouverture de l'étui, intérieur parfait état.Merci de nous contacter à l'avance si vous souhaitez consulter une référence au sein de notre librairie.

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        Handbook of Geochemistry. Volumes I + II,1-5 in six volumes (so complete).

      Springer, Berlin 1969-1978. - 400-800 S. je Band, ISBN Band I: ohne; ISBN Band II-1: 3540065784; ISBN Band II-2: ohne; ISBN Band II-3: 3540051252; ISBN Band II-4: 3540068791; ISBN Band II-5: 3540090223; Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 10540 Groß 8°, Original-Leinen, die 5 Bände des II. Bandes in Original-Leinen-Klemmordner, Bibliotheks-Exemplar (Privatbibliothek) mit Rückständen vom Rückenschild, Stempel auf Vorsätzen und Titel, wenige Seiten leicht knitterig, Band II-1 ohne Titelblatt, insgesamt gutes und innen sauberes Exemplar, 2 Bände in 6 Bänden (Band 2 in 5 Teilbänden),.

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        Miracolo 1969

      1972, 1969. Puntasecca, mm. 427x328 alla battuta, ampissimi marg. bianchi in barbe. Tratta dalla cartella "Marino Marini Opera grafica" edita e stampata da Luigi De Tullio Stampatore, 1972. Es. firmato e numerato XIII/XX. Timbro a secco dell'Editore.

      [Bookseller: Taberna Libraria]
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        Rauschenberg

      Harry N. Abrams, New York 1969 - NY: Harry N. Abrams, [1969]. First Edition. Oblong, 11 x 11 ½ in. 171 illustrations in b&w and 47 in full color. 231 pages (page 1 starts on front cover) plus fold-out list of "plates", and includes Bibliography. Illustrated hardcover, negligible rubbing to edges of covers, both binding and interior near fine, no owner's name. Acetate dj has few tears and chips (top of spine panel and front cover). ISBN 0810904306; 171 b&w illustrations, 47 in full color; Oblong 11 x 11 1/2 inches; 231 pages [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dale A. Sorenson]
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