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        The Edible Woman

      McClelland and Stewart Limited, Toronto - 1969, 1st Edition. () Very good in good dust jacket. 281pp. Octavo. Original Maroon cloth, with gilt lettering on spine. Some light bumping to long edge of front board and ends of spine. Mild discolouration to top right corner of front board. A small, light stain on front attached endpaper. Clean, tight text block. In dust jacket, not price clipped with some mild professional restoration done to top and bottom of Dust Jacket. Some light wear and rubbing around edges and spine, with some small closed tears, creasing and light discolouration. A lovely copy. Signed by the author on the title page in black ink. The first novel by the two time Governor General's Award winner. A rare first edition of a strong protofeminist novel. Signed by Margaret Atwood. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aquila Books(Cameron Treleaven) ABAC]
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      Warner Brothers - Seven Arts Studios, Burbank 1969 - A Near Fine copy of the press kit for the 1969 film based on Bradbury's story collection, directed by Jack Smight and starring Rod Steiger and Claire Bloom. Contains 31 black and white photos featuring a variety of stills and characters in the movie, and 38 pages of text typed on specially designed paper, including a synopsis, actor biographies, and details concerning Rod Steiger's make-up and special effects. The original folder containing these materials is in Near Fine condition, the paper still white without a trace of toning and with a bit of light wear and creasing to the extremities; contents are Fine. Also included is the original mailing envelope, stamped SPECIAL DELIVERY and addressed to Roy A. Squires; envelope is Good only, still intact, but folded in half, toned and wrinkled at the edges. Roy Squires was, among other things, the literary executor for Clark Ashton Smith and publisher of several notable science fiction and horror authors including Ray Bradbury, Robert E. Howard, H.P. Lovecraft, and Fritz Leiber. An uncommon press kit for a film based on one of Bradbury's most beloved collections, with terrific provenance.

      [Bookseller: Captain Ahab's Rare Books]
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      ny: Harper Row, 1969 This is the World SMASHING book by USSR former leader/premier, JOSEPH STALIN.The book was written years earlier behind the iron curtain. This was a huge credit for the west as the CIA was able to secure Stalins daughter. On top of that, she can write, a dream come true. This book was a slap in the face of the soviet party and many comrades throughout the soviet heartland. a major historical story unravelled right in Princeton New Jersey. The endles chess match that danced around the DEFCONS!Svetlana signed this book boldly, she even wrote her soviet name (Svetlana) and also wrote her new western name, LANA PETERS, sounds like a movie star.This problem could have easily pushed one of the cold wariors to the brink of nukes, even the relese of the USSRs stock pile of super potent anthrax. sending mankind the way of the dinosaur.this is a living part of HISTORY, rusky vs. yankee doodle dandies!on sale for the next week only $1200NOW $568

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        Principados y Potestades de Shows y Publico

      Mexico City: Librería Madero, 1969. A few spots of foxing toward the bottom of the front cover, still a crisp, near fine copy in green and black illustrated wrappers. (The copy photographed in The Latin American Photobook is yellow; no priority has been established.). First Edition. Narrow quarto. Widely regarded as one of the most important Pop photobooks of Latin America, with a wonderful graphic sensibility by designer Vicente Rojo. Photographer Héctor García contributes photographs and montages of Mexican rock festivals and happenings, and writer Carlos Monsivais provides the avant-garde text. (The Latin American Photobook, 234.) No copies in OCLC; this is first example I have seen.

      [Bookseller: Harper's Books, Inc.]
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        Femme aux fleurs (Cariatide)

      New York: Kennedy Graphics, 1969. Distributed graphics by Alan Wofsy Fine Arts. Lithograph. Printed in eight colors on Vélin d'Arches paper. Image size: 25.5 x 19.6 inches, paper size: 29.9 x 22.5 inches. Edition of 125. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Sorlier, 208.

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        Master and Commander

      Lippincott 1969 - Published in New york a fine copy in near fine wrapper that has 1/4" closed tear ,slight rubbing and is price clipped ,a beautiful fresh copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dick Neal Fine Books]
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        The Goodbye Look

      Knopf Borzoi, New York 1969 - Inscribed by the author: "Santa Barbara. August 21, 1970. For Art Kaye from Ken Millar (Ross Macdonald)." Arthur Kaye was filming a documentary on MacDonald in Santa Barbara. Millar (Macdonald) also made a penciled notation below the inscription correcting a typo on the second to last line of page 194 in the text of the novel. Fine in Fine Mylar-covered DJ. Shipped in a box, not a padded envelope. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dubliners Books]
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        THE GOODBYE LOOK. Signed.

      Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1969 - First Edition of this Lew Archer mystery Signed by Ross Macdonald, considered by critics as one of the 'holy trinity of American crime writers' with Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler, on the title page. A fine copy in 1/4 red cloth over black paper covered boards, gilt titles to the spine in a lovely, fresh, fine pictorial dustwrapper. 8vo. 243 pp. "The finest series of detective novels ever written by an American." William Goldman, The New York Times Book Review. Barnes, Murder In Print. Pronzini & Muller, 1001 Midnights. Barzun & Taylor, A Catalogue Of Crime. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Animal Locomotion: Volume 1 Males (Nude) (Hardcover)

      New York: Da Capo Press, 1969. Folio. First printing of this edition. Loose plates, Fine, as issued, in a Very Good portfolio slipcase in publisher's brown cloth over tan board with snap clasps. Minor rubbing and wear to slipcase exterior, else internally Fine. Contains full-size reproductions of 100 plates from the original edition of 782 plates first published by the University of Pennsylvania in 1887. It also includes a facsimile of the Prospectus and Catalogue of Plates for the first edition, in brown perfect-bound wrappers, set into a cardboard pocket affixed to the internal front panel of the portfolio.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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      (CALLAHAN, HARRY). Callahan, Harry. PHOTOGRAPHS: RHODE ISLAND SCHOOL OF DESIGN. Providence, RI: The Photographic Education Society, 1969. First Edition 1/150. Folio. Loose Prints in Clamshell Box. Photographic Portfolio. Near Fine (But Incomplete)/No Jacket - As Issued. iii, twenty-two (of twenty-four) original b&w photographic prints mounted onto 13 1/2 x 11" archival boards; housed in the publisher's unprinted black clamshell box, as issued. This is the third in a series of annual portfolios published during this period by the participants of Harry Callahan's photography class at The Rhode Island School of Design. These are all original photographs, not reproductions. Published in an edition of one hundred and fifty copies only, the contributors are Harry Callahan, William (Bill) Burke, Jeffrey Silverthorne, Ed Grazda, Bert Beaver, Richard Lebowitz, Paul Krot, Dicran Derderian, Chester Michalik, Brian Pelletier, John Benson, Steven Liebman, Douglas Sandhage, Walter Rabetz, Rosalyn Gerstein, Mark Sandrof, David Campbell, Giuseppe Rozzo, Marcia Lee Macdonald, Bart Parker, Robert Richfield, Eugene Dwiggins, Reed Estabrook, and Julius Neelley. A most handsome copy of this uncommon item LACKING the two plates by Callahan and Burke whose contents are all in Fine condition, and whose clamshell box shows only the most minimal wear and scuffing. PLEASE NOTE: Due to this condition issue, we have priced this example accordingly and are offering it for sale strictly "AS IS", with no returns. If you have any questions or concerns about these details, please voice them before purchasing this - we will be happy to answer any inquiry. Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 003569&

      [Bookseller: Arcana: Books on the Arts]
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      A. Tallone,, Alpignano [Italy]: 1969 - [13]-94 pp. EDICIÓN LIMITADA. LIMITED EDITION. Copy number 379 of a limited edition of 470 copies printed on MIliani de Fabriano paper. COPY (and it's 3 elements) IN AS NEW CONDITION. See additional images provided. Large size requires a shipping charge. Three elements to this issue: 1) the book, bound in wrappers, with a glassine protector; 2) folding cardboard chemise (enclosing the book); and 3) a sturdy slipcase (enclosing chemise and book). All 507 copies in the edition were hand printed on letter press by Alberto Tallone. The final prose piece by Neruda pays homage to the printer Alberto Tallone. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: GABO'S BIB / BRAZIL BOOKS]
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        Mirrors Messages Manifestations.

      New York: Aperture Inc. - First Edition, 1969. The true first edition, not the reprint. A beautiful Fine copy in off-white canvas cloth stamped in glowing blue gilt at spine and on front cover, in a Fine dark blue laminated glossy dustwrapper, not price-clipped, complete w ith pamphlet of reviews inside pocket of rear pastedown, as issued. This dustwrapper is notoriously prone to fading, and curling and tearing along the edges of the lamination; this one is completely unfaded, with one minute tear to lower front spinefold. Probably stored away from the light, and never handled. 242pp. This is Minor's own comprehensive integral statement, combining his special penetrating sense of visual abstraction, filled with tantalizing mystery, and his sequential ordering of pictures which build to crescendos of feeling. Exquisitely reproduced black and white plates on coated text stock. Leavened with quotations from his writings. A brilliant summary of his work and aesthetic. One of a handful of crucial monographs of 20th Century creative photography. Scarce in this condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Compass Rose Books, ABAA-ILAB]
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      New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. Very Good+ in Very Good- dust jacket. 1969. First Edition. Hardcover. DJ with minor chips along edges ; This book is INSCRIBED by Coretta on front free endpaper to: "Delores Huerta, a beautiful sister in the non violent struggle for justice, peace, equality.... My love, Coretta". Huerta was Cesar Chavez' associate in the labor movement; 8vo; 372 pages .

      [Bookseller: Complete Traveller Antiquarian Bookstore]
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        Giorgio de Chirico. Catalogo delle Opere Grafiche, 1921-1969.

      Milano: Alfonso Ciranna; Roma: Ed. La Medusa, [1969]. - Intro. by Cesare Vivaldi. 216 pp. Small folio. No. 1490 of 1500 numbered copies, with an original lithograph as frontispiece (Autoritratto, C. 148). Near fine in original green cloth with mylar dust cover. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        TSL from Eric Cutler ['40], Assistant Director of Athletics, Harvard University to [William] Davis Taylor [1909-2002] of the Boston Globe (AND) Matted photograph "THE GAME" identifying Yale and Harvard players on November 23, 1969 [actor: Tommy Lee Jones aka #61 Tom Jones '69, offensive guard].

      Cambridge MA: [Harvard University], February 14, 1969. - Illustrated by Frank O'Brien b/w photo in matt "THE GAME" November 23, 1969 [Harvard vs. Yale] on the reverse in pencil is title, date and photographer and 6014. Original edition. Watermark of Harvard University on letter. Single sheet, folded. Signed by Eric Cutler in blue pen. 28x21,75cm. pp. 1. Near Fine (letter), Photo (fine), Matt (good with large bottom right stain). Dear Dave: The picture of the moment of Yale's doom and gloom which you so kindly sent was most gratefully received. Your letter landed inside the picture's folder until I went to have the picture framed and I apologize for my delay and oversight. The identities are as follows. Yale: 15, Ed Franklin '69, defensive back; 67, Andy Coe '70, linebacker. Harvard: 50, Ted Skowronski '69, offensive center; 75, Fritz Reed '70, offensive tackle; 61 Tom Jones '69, offensive guard [actor: Tommy Lee Jones]; 80 Pete Varney '71, offensive end. I think that this takes care of your identity problem; in the picture only, of course. Thanks again, (signed). EC:vdm. Others on Harvard University, Department of Athletics Cambridge 38, Massachusetts letterhead: Adolph W. Samborski, Director of Athletics and Francis J. Toland, Business Manager. Eric Cutler (Assistant Director of Athletics), class '40 Harvard won the All Time Champions in 1939 with (4:57.6). The event was 440 yards until 1963 when it was increased to 500 meters. Wm. Davis Taylor was Publisher of the Boston Globe 1955-77, one of five successive Taylors from 1873-1999 . [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: OLD WORKING BOOKS (since 1994)]
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        The Drowned World

      Victor Gollancz, London 1969 - Fourth impression, January 1969. Red cloth, very good, slightly bumped to spine and corners. Dust jacket slightly dust soiled to back cover, o/w very clean and bright, very slightly bumped to spine and corners, now in new Brodart clear protective cover. Price unclipped. Foxing to front endpapers and edges. Slight roughness to rear endpapers where label removed. Numerical stamp and letters written to title page. Marks to margins of first few pages, otherwise pages very good+. Binding sound and tight. Signed "J G Ballard" to title page. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Crystal Bard Books]
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        The Shocking Truth (1920's UFO Contactee Account)

      Beverly, NJ: The Book Fund, 1969 Beverly, NJ: The Book Fund, 1969. First Edition. Signed and inscribed by Coe on ffep verso. Illustrations by Thomas Lulevitch. Octavo, 112 pp. Teal cloth, unimprinted; white pictorial jacket. Book is in handsome shape but for some page-edge dust, some endpaper tape residue and very lightly bumped corners; very good plus. Jacket is complete, but soiled and with tape at top and bottom which was at one time used to affix it to the book; about VG. The two are separate now, and none the worse for it. Light musty scent. One of the rarest and most sought-after accounts in all of UFOlogy and abduction lore. It's extremely difficult find a copy of this book at all, let alone in a jacket and inscribed. In that sense, possibly unique. [H.] Albert Coe is one of a handful of widely-celebrated contactee claimants whose contacts were of the "Space Brother" (benevolent human-looking alien) form, and as such he's the subject of numerous internet sites, including wiki. His contention that his first contact occurred in the 1920's would make him the first modern contactee by several decades. Regardless of how one feels about his story and the subject matter, this is one captivating tale. Extraordinarily rare. L100

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        Descriptions and Counterfeits of the World's Most Distinguished Cities.

      Verlag Muller und Schindler., Stuttgart. 1969 - 'Beschreibung und Contrafactur Der Vornembster Stat Der Welt' number 125 of a limited edition of 300. 6 volumes. German text with accompanying booklets in German. One 4 page enclosure in English. Vol 1. 40pp illustrated + plates + [6] + 62 double page cold maps + commentary. Vol 2. 15[1]pp + [10] + 59 double page cold maps + commentary + [8]pp. Vol 3. 15[1]pp + [10] + 59 double page cold maps + commentary + [20]pp. Vol 4. 15[1]pp + [4] + 58 double page cold maps + commentary + [20]pp. Vol 5. 18pp + [14] + 69 double page cold maps + commentary + [8]pp. Vol 6. 15[1]pp + 58 double page cold maps + commentary + [8]pp general index. The six volumes are bound in brown, period style, full calf with raised bands and ornate gilt decoration to boards. All six volumes are 'housed' with their accompanying booklets in lined slipcases. Biro mark on fore edge of one plate, no impact on image. A handsome set in fine condition. NB Heavy items please contact us directly for details of our preferential carriage rates. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Elaine Beardsell (ABA,PBFA )]
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      Hollywood, CA: Heavy Industry Publications 1969 - First and only edition limited to 5,000 copies. Octavo (22 x 15 cm); unpaginated; ill. Cardboard wrappers with glassine jacket lettered in red to front panel and spine. Jacket is rubbed with slight edgewear, mainly to crown. Near Fine in a Very Good or better jacket. The book is a photo-book based on the Mason Williams story "How To Derive The Maximum Enjoyment From Crackers," which is printed on the rear jacket flap. 115 black & white plates. Photographs by Ed Ruscha, Ken Price and Joe Goode. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Andalusia Bookman]
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        The Lord of the Rings

      London: George Allen and Unwin, Ltd., 1969 Deluxe one volume edition, first printing. Publisher's black cloth, with Tolkien's illustration of the Numenorean throne with "Elendil" in Tengwar in gilt, silver and green to the front board, spine lettered and ruled in gilt, light blue speckled edges, black and white marble endpapers, with both of Tolkien's fold-out pictorial maps bound in, printed on India paper. About near fine, with light wear to the extremities, bright gilt, minor nick to the spine tail, light rubbing to the board edges, bright interior. A clean and pleasing copy. Housed in the publisher's black slipcase; with some light wear to the extremities, else fine. Originally published 1954-1955, The Lord of the Rings is a fantasy trilogy, written as the sequel to Tolkien's 1937 novel The Hobbit. It tells the story of the second attempt of the men, elves, and dwarves of Middle Earth to destroy the Dark Lord Sauron, the "Lord of the Rings." In The Hobbit, set almost 2,000 years after Sauron was initially vanquished, Hobbit Bilbo Baggins discovers Sauron's lost ring, which he used to control the inhabitants of Middle Earth vis-à-vis corrupt leaders whom he gave lesser rings to in order to gain power over them. In The Fellowship of the Ring, Bilbo leaves the ring to his nephew Frodo, who joins with a group of men, hobbits, dwarves, and elves on a quest to destroy it. In The Two Towers, Frodo and Sam continue alone on their increasingly perilous journey to destroy the ring while the remaining members of the Fellowship try to protect the realms of Middle Earth from the troops of Sauron, who continues to gain strength as Frodo brings the Ring closer. The Return of the King concludes the trilogy with the final destruction of Sauron and the reestablishment of proper order in the worlds of men and hobbits. Each volume is divided into two books and contains chapters narrated by different characters. This deluxe edition includes all three of the Lord of the Rings novels in a single, compact volume; the text is printed on India paper, a thin, dense paper most commonly used for printing bibles. Subsequent to the second printing, which was also in a slipcase, this deluxe edition was issued in a clamshell box.. Hard Cover. Fine.

      [Bookseller: B & B Rare Books, Ltd., ABAA]
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        The Dance of the Solids

      [NY]: (Scientific American). (1969). The first separate edition of this physics-themed poem. One of 6200 copies printed as Christmas cards to be issued with W.H. Auden's A New Year Greeting (not present). 24 pages, illustrated. Fine in stapled wrappers. Lacking the cardboard sleeve that combined the two booklets, but in a custom three quarter leather clamshell case from the Praxis Bindery. This copy is inscribed by the author: "For ___/ Merry Christmas 1995/ John Updike [with a drawing of holly leaves and berries]." While the print run of this item was not particularly small, especially when compared with the many limited editions Updike has done, the nature of its distribution -- as a freebie to Scientific American subscribers -- suggests that most copies would have been lost or discarded. First Edition. Softcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Signed Photograph

      1969. An 8" x 10" black and white photo taken by Bill Webb. Titled "H.M. at Pacific Palisades," this is one of five numbered prints, initialed and dated by Webb and signed by Miller. Miller, in profile, is smiling and smoking. A very attractive image of Miller in his later years. Matted and framed to 14-3/4" x 18". Fine.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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      Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1969 - Octavo. Original grey cloth, titles to spine in white. With the dust jacket. Spine very slightly rolled. An excellent copy in the lightly rubbed jacket that is faintly toned along the edges. First edition, first printing. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        LBJ thanks his long-time Secretary of Defense: ?What we may have accomplished, we accomplished together - - and not only I, but the entire nation is in your debt.?

      Typed Letter Signed ?Lyndon B. Johnson, 1p, 6.25? x 8.5?. [LBJ Ranch, Johnson City, Texas], January 28, 1969. To his former Secretary of Defense, Robert S. McNamara. Light offset from lower stroke of ?y? when folded before ink dried. On his personal stationery with the presidential seal and his ?LBJ? signature embossed in the upper left. Fine condition.In full, ?I have had many occasions to be grateful not only for your brilliant assistance, but also for the generosity of your support. Now, as so often in the past, I have difficulty finding the words to thank you. The tribute that you wrote for the New York dinner two weeks ago touched me deeply. But I must say, it belongs to you as well. What we may have accomplished, we accomplished together - - and not only I, but the entire nation is in your debt.?On January 13, 1969, President Johnson was honored at a dinner dance held in the Grand Ballroom of New York?s Plaza Hotel. ?The New York Times? reported that ?Just before th

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons,. [1969]. Octavo,. boards.. A fine copy in fine dust jacket with touch of rubbing at edges, faint. impression of a paperclip at upper edge of front panel. A superior. copy of this book. (#126583). First edition. The second book of the Dune series.

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        Les Mots Dans La Peinture

      Skira, Suisse 1969 - tirage limité à 175 exemplaire et accompagné d'une eau-forte originale en couleurs de Matta ; No XXV [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TLS (Typed Letter Signed) to musical director, Martin Rubinstein with fantastic content.

      Champaign, Illinois [1969] - Original thin typing paper, 9 1/2 by 11 sheet, typed letter signed in blue ink by John Cage, dated April 25, 1969 and with pencil correction in Cage's hand. Wonderful two paragraph letter from this pioneer composer of avant garde music, considered the most influential American composers of the 20th century. With great content, written just a few weeks before his first performance of HPSCHD. Details arrangements for borrowing of one of the harpsichords he used for the musical piece, and guest arrangements for the event. Describes the HPSCHD event and party afterwards, including references to Ronald Nameth, Calvin Sumsion, and NASA. The end of the second paragraph reads, "After the event, which will start at 7:30 and go until midnight or thereabouts, there will be a party at Ben and Betty Johnston's. 1003 W. Church, in Champaign. Besides the music, there will be films and slide projections. The music is microtonal (microscope), so the visual work designed by Ronald Nameth and Calvin Sumsion is telescope (stars, planets, etc.) NASA is sending some 40 films, and 5000 slides. We'll also have The Trip to the Moon by Melies, one of the first moving pictures. And Nonesuch is now in the process of publishing the record of HPSCHD which hopefully will be ready by the time of the concert." Has some creasing at the top but otherwise Very Good. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        La Maison De Mon Village

      Editions Des Affaires Etrangères, Mourlot - Paris 1969 - Lithographic poster - Affiche lithographique exécutée pour une exposition itinérante de lithographies de Marc Chagall. Lithographie d'interprétation gravée par Charles Sorlier, tirage limité à 2500 exemplaires, celle-ci une des rares épreuves avant la lettre, grandes marges, sur papier affiche . Formats: papier 76 X 56 cm - Illustration 56 X 44 cm. Sorlier "Les affiches de Marc Chagall" page 117.

      [Bookseller: La Basse Fontaine]
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      N Y: Something Else Press, 1969. Hard Cover. Near Fine Good. 9 " x 9". Interior pages clean and crisp, still with that "new book" smell. Two small bumps on top of boards and scratch on top page ends. Very slight soiling to bottom corners of boards and edge of bottom page ends. Price erasure on front free endpaper. White dustjacket is price-clipped, slightly soiled, and has four small closed tears under one inch, plus some edge wear. Gilt title on spine. Unpaginated.

      [Bookseller: Pistil Books Online]
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        The Americans. Photographs. Introduction by Jack Kerouac.

      New York Grossman Publishers 1969.. 19x21,8 cm. 2 Bl., VI S., 1 Bl., 83 Tafeln mit s/w. Fotografien, 14 n.n. S. mit 6 ganzseitigen s/w. Abbildungen von Filmsequenzen. Originalleinwand mit Schutzumschlag.. "An Aperture Book." - Mit handschriftlicher Signatur von Robert Frank auf dem Vorsatz. - Schutzumschlag knittig, am Rücken mit Klebespur und mit kleinem Einriss am Vorderdeckel. - Sonst sauberes Exemplar.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Thierstein]
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        Tales From the Ozone #1 and 2

      Detroit, MI: Ron Gibb Productions; The Print Mint, 1969. First Edition. Paperback. Fine. Carl Lundgren; Robert Crumb; Vaughn Bode; Gilbert Shelton; Larry Gonick. Original underground comics. $.50 cent cover price on #1. Includes: Carl Lundgren (cover); Robert Crumb; Gary Grimshaw; Vaughn Bode; A. Copley; Gilbert Shelton; Jerry Younkins; Renaud Facade; Larry Gonick; A. Kincaid; Thomas Waldo Buck; Dave Sheridan. Issue #1 is the first (and only) printing. According to Kennedy with #2 there is no way to distinguish the 1st from later printings. NM-M condition. Bright and sharp. File copy quality. #1 shows binding/printing quirk leaving narrow 1/8" blank strip at the foot of the cover. Issues has been boxed, stored flat and kept in a dark, dry closet for decades. Pages show faint toning. Very small creases near staples. Staples bright, no corrosion. See my other listing for more high grade undergrounds.

      [Bookseller: Hang Fire Books, IOBA]
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        Full Set of Flashman Novels ~ Flashman through to On The March

      Jenkins/Collins/Harvill/Harper Collins 1969 - ‘Flashman’ (1969) – A near fine book (two names to ffep), in a very good slightly faded clipped wrapper; ‘Royal Flash’ (1970) – A near fine book, in a very good+ unfaded slightly later wrapper which has rubbing, but is not price clipped; ‘Flash for Freedom!’ (1971) – A near fine book with a little staining to the top edge, in a very good+ clipped wrapper; ‘Flashman at the Charge’ (1973) – A near fine book in a near fine unclipped wrapper; ‘Flashman in the Great Game’ (1975) – A very good book+ with some spotting to edges, in a very good+ faded wrapper which is unclipped; ‘Flashman’s Lady’ (1977) – A fine book in a fine wrapper which is clipped; ‘Flashman and the Redskins’ (1982) – A near fine copy (some spotting and a faint stamp to the foot of the page edge) in a like clipped wrapper; ‘Flashman and the Dragon’ (1985) – A near fine copyin a near fine unfaded wrapper; ‘Flashman and the Mountain of the Light’ (1990) – A fine book (ex-libris plate to ffep) in a fine unclipped wrapper; ‘Flashman and the Angel of the Lord’ (1994) – A fine book in a fine faded wrapper; ‘Flashman and the Tiger’ (1999) – A fine book in a fine unclipped wrapper; ‘Flashman on the March’ (2005) – A fine book in a fine unclipped wrapper. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books ABA ILAB PBFA]
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      Herbert Jenkins 1969 - London. The book is mint and appears unread ,no foxing ,browning ,stains or inscriptions ,the best copy I have seen .The wrapper is bright and fresh totally unfaded with no darkening to the off white background with two short closed tears ,minor rubbing ,a lovely copy [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dick Neal Fine Books]
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        Flashman First Editions Complete Set

      Herbert Jenkins, Barrie & Jenkins, Collins, Harper Collins, UK 1969 - Flashman First Editions Complete Set George MacDonald Fraser. All twelve first editions published by Herbert Jenkins, Barrie & Jenkins and Collins, 1969 - 2005. All copies VG or better, further images on request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Brought to Book Ltd]
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        Flashman. The Flashman Papers 1839-1842

      Herbert Jenkins 1969 - First Edition & First Printing. Not price clipped, no inscriptions. DJ Protected. Totally unfaded dustjacket, page block clean, no foxing. Minimal edgewear, one short closed tear to rear top of dj spine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: FINE1STEDITIONS]
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        Flashman - SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR

      Herbert Jenkins, London 1969 - Hardback - A v/g book with light foxing to the top page block. Signed by the Author George M Fraser to the title page in black pen, in a v/g price clipped d/w with fading to the spine. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: West Hull Rare Books - P.B.F.A.]
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        Ernest Hemingway, A Comprehensive Bibliography

      Princeton: Princeton University Press. Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket. 1969. Second Edition; Second Printing. Hardcover. An attractive Second Printing with corrections in Fine condition in Very Good+ dust jacket price-clipped with slight chips/edge wear to jacket edges and small tear on top, front cover; Essential for any Hemingway collector and viewed as a significant contribution to the study of Hemingway's writings and related materials .

      [Bookseller: Books Tell You Why]
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        Balyn and Balan,

      Ebenezer Press, Kent 1969 - Large folio, approximately 21 by 14¼ inches. English yew boards by George Coulter, Ltd., natural hide spine, gilt block lettering by Ted Robbins of the Royal College of Art Bookbinding. Sixteen loose folios of text and illustrations, each signed or initialed by the artist. A fine copy in the original purple cloth chemise, now a trifle sunned. Accompanied by the original prospectus approximately 14 by 20 inches and framed behind acrylic. A fine copy of Clarke's first hand printed artist book, memorializing a little known Arthurian legend. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA]
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        Hokus Pokus og andre børnerim.

      Orig. tegninger, udført med blyant og tusch og monteret som udkast til bogomslag. 1969. Motivmål: 29,5x41 cm. Signeret af Ib Spang Olsen. Monteret med passepartout i ny sort træramme.. Et klenodie: Ib Spang Olsens eget oplæg til omslaget på den første store farvebilledbog med børnerim af Halfdan Rasmussen. Tegningen indfanger på vidunderlig vis både digterens og billedmagerens univers

      [Bookseller: Vangsgaards Antikvariat]
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