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        Brazen Prison

      Hutchinson London: Hutchinson. (1971). First. First edition. Foxing to the foredge else fine in fine dustwrapper. Like most of Middleton's novels, very scarce. His 1974 novel Holiday was joint winner of the Booker Prize. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Desert Hawking

      Peregrine Press, College Station, TX, 1971. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition. The Suppressed First Edition on American Falconry. This is the 'Brown Cloth Tape Edition.' Contains the "Peregrine Press September 6, 1971 Advance Notice." All contained in our pristine custom made clam shell box. A Leather hawk is mounted on to the front of the box. Includes B&W photos and glossary. Very clean, crisp, and tight copy. Size: 8 1/4" x 10 3/4". 216 pp. No marks. Binding is tight, Bottom of spine is slightly rubbed. Previous owner's inscription in ink, neat. Edges browned slightly. Not Ex-Library. All books offered from DSB are stocked at our store in Fayetteville, AR. Category: Animals & Birds; Crafts & Hobbies. Inventory No: 028101. .

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        The Objectivist, Volumes 1-10 Complete (with accompanying publications)

      New York: The Objectivist, 1971. This is a complete run of Ayn Rand's publication The Objectivist, volumes 1-10, January 1962 through September 1971 (when it ceased publication). This set consists two parts. --THE FIRST PART is a bound volume of The Objectivist Newsletter, Vols. 1-4, 1962-1965, second printing, 1971. This volume is in fine condition with light age toning to exterior text block. Interior pages are clean and unmarked. After Volume 4 the publication's format changed from newsletter style to magazine style and became simply "The Objectivist." --THE SECOND PART is a complete run of The Objectivist, volumes 5-10, in original softcover form in wraps. These are all in fine condition, clean and unmarked, except for an old rubber band mark on the front or back cover of 3 issues. *** Also included in this set are several publications in original wraps, corresponding in size and format to The Objectivist. These include: 1) "The Intellectual Bankruptcy of Our Age," by Ayn Rand. Lecture first delivered by Ayn Rand at the Ford Hall Forum, Boston, on March 26, 1961, and at Hunter College, University of North Carolina, Johns Hopkins University, Brooklyn College, and Brown University, on various dates in 1961-1962. Published by The Objectivist. 2) "Playboy's Interview with Ayn Rand," interview by Alvin Toffler, originally published in Playboy in March 1964 and reprinted by The Objectivist. 3) "Global Balkanization," by Ayn Rand, lecture delivered at The Ford Hall Forum, Boston, on April 10, 1977. Published by Palo Alto Book Service. 4) "Cultural Update," by Ayn Rand, lecture delivered at the Ford Hall Forum, Boston, on April 16, 1978. Published by Palo Alto Book Service. 5) "A Study Guide to the Ethics of Objectivism," by Leonard Peikoff, revised by Leonard Peikoff and David Kelley. Published by Palo Alto Book Service, 1977. Orange wraps. 6) The Objectivist Forum, Volume 1, No. 2, April 1980. Edited by Harry Binswanger and Leonard Peikoff. Published by TOF Publications, New York. This publication was a new series begun after Rand had discontinued her own. ~~ This complete set forms a valuable representation of Rand's philosophical theories--which included rational egoism, individual rights, and laissez-faire capitalism--set in the context of the time it was published. Each issue contains an article written by Rand. Frequent contributors include Leonard Peikoff and Nathaniel Branden, with other contributors as well, including two articles by Alan Greenspan, an early ardent supporter of Rand. Greenspan's article entitled "Gold and Economic Freedom," discusses the role of gold and the gold standard in a free society. In the last issue, Rand delivers her last essay, entitled "Brief Summary," in which she comments on her theory and its progress, and in which she makes her famous remark: "The monster is Immanuel Kant." Since then it has been argued that she misunderstood Kant. Rand ceased publication of The Objectivist in order to return to a more personal newsletter called "The Ayn Rand Letter." ~~ Each of the two parts in this set as I have described them can also be purchased separately. Please see my separate listings for each. All inquiries will be answered promptly.. Soft Cover. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        Lettre autographe signée à l'écrivain Christian Maurel [6 mars 1971]

      1971. Lettre. Très bon. Couverture souple. Signé par l'auteur. Ed. originale. Nice, 6 mars 1971 (cachet postal). 1 carte postale, 21 lignes sur une colonne, d'une écriture serrée. La carte postale est une superbe erreur d'impression : elle est supposée figurer le Spelunca Hôtel en Corse, mais plusieurs images y sont superposées et celui-ci est pratiquement indiscernable. Très belle lettre, pleine d'admiration, à propos des Canaris en queue de poisson suivi de Litanies militaires que Maurel venait de faire paraître chez Robert Laffont. "Votre livre m'a beaucoup plu, je l'ai lu très vite, avec appréhension et curiosité. Surtout les Litanies militaires - qui est peut-être ce qu'on a écrit de plus efficace et de plus sincère sur la guerre (ça ma fait pensé [sic] à Dagerman). Images terribles mais utiles (page 108 par ex.). Ca m'aide beaucoup moi-même, ça doit aider beaucoup de gens. Je suis très heureux que vous écriviez, je ne sais pas comment dire cela, pas égoïstement, mais parce qe vous libérez avec vos mots des choses qui nous bloquent nous autres à l'intérieur. Il n'y a pas tellement de livres qui aident à être conscient, alors, merci.".

      [Bookseller: Des livres autour (Julien Mannoni)]
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      New York: Larry Clark, 1971 First hardcover edition, following the 1971 softcover edition published by Lustrum Press. Signed by the author in black ink on the title page. One of 3,000 copies printed by Rapoport Press under the author's supervision. A near fine copy with only slight rubbing to the spine head and tail, crisp and fresh pages, with the author's order form loosely inserted into the front of the text, in the original dust jacket with wear and minor tearing to the spine head and tail, very slight rubbing on the corners. Although this book predates his iconic films by at least two decades, "Tulsa" is quintessential Clark. Ever interested by teenage subcultures, Clark chooses young amphetamine users in his hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma, as his subject matter for this book and includes 50 black and white photographs that examine their daily lives. Like many of his other works, Clark presents a dynamic portrayal of troubled teens, juxtaposing their youthful innocence and dark lifestyles, reminding the reader that "Once the needle goes in it never comes out.". Signed by Author(s). Hard Cover. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included. Illus. by Clark, Larry.

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        Original lithographed poster: We Are Determined to Liberate Taiwan

      Beijing, [1971]. Lithograph in colors, 77cm x 107cm (ca 30.5" x 42"). Professionally cleaned and mounted on archival linen. A few invisible repairs to margins; Condition A/A-. & & A large and visually impressive propaganda poster, printed in three languages and clearly produced for export and sale in the West. A Mandarin-only version is reproduced on p.167 of Landsberger & Van der Heijden's Chinese Posters: The IISH - Landsberger Collection (NY: 2009).

      [Bookseller: Lorne Bair Rare Books]
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      Paris:: Trianon Press,, 1971. First Edition. Fine. FIRST EDITION. LIMITED EDITION 240 COPIES. This is No. 197 of 200 printed on Arches Vergé pure rag paper. AN ORIGINAL FINE LITHOGRAPH "ECCLESIASTES MAN" PENCIL SIGNED BY BEN SHAHN is loose in a rear pocket of the book, as issued. The volume is finely bound in full green Morocco leather. Bright gilt lettering on the spine. Housed in the original green board slipcase with leather tips and color printed reproductions of Shahn's illustration for the title page on the slipcase. In the original plain cardboard slipcase which has protected the illustrated slipcase and volume very well. 4to.

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        The World of William Shakespeare

      London: The Arcadia Press,, 1971. Octavo. Original red morocco by Zaehnsdorf, title to spine gilt on brown ground, colour onlay depicting the Globe Theatre to upper board, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Double-sided colour frontispiece, illustrations throughout. Spine faded, some small marks and scuffs to morocco. An excellent copy. First edition, first impression. One of a limited edition of 265 numbered and finely bound copies signed by the author on the limitation leaf.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Original lithographed poster: Venti anni di lotta per abbattere la dittatura - Bandiere rosse contro il fascismo ["Twenty years of struggle against dictatorship - Red Flags Against Fascism!"]

      Roma: Partito Comunista Italiano / Editoriali Fratelli Spada, 1971. First Edition. Lithographed poster (offset) in three colors; 100cm x 70cm (ca 40" x 28"); on heavy paper. Minor toning; light creases at margins; Near Fine - Grade A/A-. & & A bit of a puzzle: the poster appears to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the formation of the Associazione Bandiera Rossa, an Italian Trotskyist group; but the poster bears the imprint of the PCI, the main-line Marxist-Leninist party in Italy -- an ideological implausibility, even within the chaotic confines of Italian Marxism. Adding further to the confusion is a quotation from Antonio Gramsci (founder of the PCI) in upper right. In any case, a terrific graphic, attributed here to Luciano Prati (whose name we encounter on a few late-70s Italian film posters, but nowhere else). Duke University appears to be the only North American institution to hold a catalogued copy of this work.

      [Bookseller: Lorne Bair Rare Books]
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        HOYO ("EMBRACE")

      Tokyo, Japan: Shashin Hyoronsha Publishing House, 1971. First Edition. First Printing.. Hardcover. Fine/Fine Dust Jacket.. Tokyo, Japan: Shashin Hyoronsha Publishing House, 1971. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. First Edition/First Printing. 96 pages. Artist Book. One of the greatest erotic art photography books of the 20th century. The First Edition. Precedes and should not be confused with all other subsequent editions. There is no ISBN. The book is now very rare. A brilliant production by Eikoh Hosoe: Oversize-volume format. Cloth boards with titles embossed on cover and spine, as issued. Photographs by Eikoh Hosoe. Preface by Yukio Mishima, the greatest Japanese novelist of the 20th century. Mishima famously collaborated with Hosoe on "Ba Ra Kei". Cardboard slipcase with titles printed on black paper that is pasted on the slipcase. Printed in gravure on thick uncoated stock paper by The Nissha Printing Company in Tokyo, Japan to absolutely the highest standards. In pink DJ with black titles on the cover and spine, as issued. Presents one of the most stunning and influential explorations of the nude in the history of art and photography. Abstracted, choreographed down to the smallest detail, and yet sensuous (made palpably so by the exquisite gravure printing) , these nudes will not be surpassed. As the title suggests, every image is an embrace, showing a completely nude and physically intimate male and female couple, whose interest to us is the line formed by the closeness of their bodies, which remain discrete and never become one despite their proximity. They are enacting (if not actually engaged in) sexual intercourse, but Hosoe&#39;s goal (and genius) is to make us see and think not about sex but about beauty. The erotic is ultimately an aesthetic, not a sexual, experience. No one can justifiably think of these images as pornographic, which is about arousal. Everyone will see how ravishingly beautiful they are. A "must-have" title for Eikoh Hosoe and erotic art photography book collectors. <b><i> This copy is very prominently and beautifully signed and placed in pencil on the half-title page by the artist/photographer: "Eikoh Hosoe Tokyo". This title is now highly collectible. As far as we know, this is the only such signed and placed copy available online and is in fine condition: Clean, crisp, and bright, a beauty. A rare signed copy thus. </b></i> 62 gravure plates. "Ba Ra Kei" and "Kamaitachi" were selected as two of the greatest photography books in "The Photobook". One of the greatest artist/photographers of the 20th century. A fine collectible copy. (SEE ALSO OTHER EIKOH HOSOE TITLES IN OUR CATALOG).

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      Shashin Hyoronsha Publishing House, Tokyo, 1971. First Edition. Fine. 14 x 10 inches, unnumbered pages, black cloth with cardboard slipcase, Dust Jacket (fine condition), Signed by the photographer in kanji on verso of title page, With cardboard slipcase including orange printed wrap around band. Preface by Yukio Mishima. The book features a stunning series of Hosoe's stark, sculptural nude studies. This copy also includes a Polaroid of Hosoe signing copies of "Embrace" at the Ansel Adams Workshop, Yosemite in 1975. There is also a large cardboard sheet that Hosoe used to practice his signature in kanji before signing copies of the book.

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        The Intimate Paul & Linda McCartney-Malibu

      A remarkable, original Kodachrome II color photograph print of Paul & Linda McCartney from the April 1971 day shoot in Malibu, but not the widely circulated image used for the iconic, April 16, 1971 LIFE magazine cover. This is another shot, private in feeling and shot close-up with greater detail, believed never printed for sale or reproduced in a book. The 10.875 x 13.875 inches photograph with its beautiful color composition and moving contrasts of emotional openness and reticence communicates Paul and Linda's great mutual love in a way never surpassed. Offered loose as given in the original Kodak color enlargement board folder. AVAILABILITY: Very Rare and Highly Notable. Because of its extraordinary intimacy and emotional nakedness, this far more interesting shot was judged by Paul & Linda as not suitable for public circulation. It was exclusively printed for them 3 months after the shoot; number of prints is unknown, but certainly, a very small number, probably in the range of 5-10. PROVENANCE: Print given to Vincent Romeo, manager to Paul McCartney; subsequently purchased at the first auction of Beatles and McCartney memorabilia from his collection. PRINT DETAIL: Never mounted. No owner markings. 2 scratches, top right corner, far removed from the duo portrait composition: 1) size of a small grain of sand: 2) .3 cm in a half-ring. Scrutinized at extreme close-up in very bright light, light much brighter than it would be displayed in, one can see a slight dulling of Paul's hair on the left side of his head, almost certainly from cleaning, for there has been no other deterioration of the colors in the print. With ordinary viewing conditions, the fault won't be seen. Top tips with very slight wear: outer edges with a light and gentle upward bend: both will vanish when mounted. Rear with finger smudge and a small black bar spot; otherwise clean, and marks can only be seen from the rear. FOLDER CONDITION: Good. DETAIL: Outside crack along fold-over doesn't continue in: light edge wear: some soiling: auction number on upper cover. PHOTOGRAPH PRINT SIZE: 10.875 x 13.875 inches or 276 x 353 mm. FOLDER SIZE: 11.9375 x 14.875 inches. THE PHOTOGRAPH: Photographs at the Malibu shoot were taken by Henry Diltz, the noted photographer of rock 'n' roll musicians and the 60's-70's California rock music scene, using a Pentax SLR 35mm camera with Kodachrome II film. Shot in early April of 1971, (end of the first week-beginning of the second), the photograph was printed from the transparency in July 1971 by Kodak using the K-12 Development Process: Kodak's red stamped seal on the back of the photograph states made by Kodak, July 71R. The day shoot is well documented. The couple was being introduced to a worldwide audience prior to the release of RAM, Paul McCartney's second solo record album after the Beatles' breakup, and the first to contain credited musical contributions from Linda McCartney. Shots were taken by the garden near the pool at the Malibu beach house rented by Paul & Linda, there with their 2 girls, Heather (by Linda's first marriage) and Mary (b. 1969, their first child together). Linda was 3 months pregnant with Stella. Recording had been finished in March and publicity was proceeding for its mid-May release. Paul and Linda were working on the illustrated RAM songbook. Henry Diltz, already a well-known photographer of rock musicians, was asked to come do his "fly on the wall thing". (He had first met Linda in casual come-upon fashion in the summer of 1966 at the Modern Age Photo Lab in New York.) Shot around the same time of day as the LIFE cover shot, Paul & Linda are dressed in the same casual clothes and in the background is a cluster of the same yellow flowers, now just out of focus. DILTZ: A leading rock photographer, he was the official photographer of Woodstock and the Monterey Pop Festivals and is known for his friendships with many musicians, especially with Crosby, Stills & Nash. Photographs for more than 250 album sleeves are credited to him, including the Doors' "Morrison Hotel", James Taylor's "Sweet Baby James", Jackson Browne's eponymous debut, the Eagles' "Desperado", and the first album of Crosby, Stills & Nash. Graham Nash has written the foreword for the comprehensive book on his work, "Henry Diltz: Rock On: The Photographs". IMAGES: by request. CATEGORY: Rock and Roll Memorabilia: photographs.

      [Bookseller: Steven Waldman]
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        Ubu aux Baléares. (Ubu the Balearic.)

      Paris: Tériade éditeur,, 1971. Sheet size: 505 x 665 mm. Original lithograph on vélin d&#39; Arches paper. Presented float mounted in a black wooden frame with UV glass. Excellent condition. Edition of 120. Signed in pencil lower centre by Miro and numbered lower right. Issued as one of twenty-three prints from the Ubu aux Baléares portfolio.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Vietnam Inc

      New York: Collier, 1971 Paperback SIGNED. First edition. Very Good+ with only light wear at the edges and extremities; tight binding with only a hint of creasing to the spine. A very nice copy. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. Photographs, text and design by Philip Jones Griffiths. Unpaginated (224 pages); 266 b&w photos; 8 x 11 inches. SIGNED BY GRIFFITHS on the title page with "NY." Housed in a custom slipcover and acetate dj. One of the great photo-essays on war. See Parr & Badger, The Photobook, Volume II, p250; The Open Book, p274; Auer, p530.

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      (LYON, DANNY). Lyon, Danny & Billy McCune. CONVERSATIONS WITH THE DEAD BY DANNY LYON: PHOTOGRAPHS OF PRISON LIFE WITH LETTERS AND DRAWINGS BY BILLY MCCUNE #122054 - SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY FROM DANNY LYON. Signed Presentation Copy from the Photographer. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1971. First Edition (Second Printing). Oblong Narrow 4to. Cloth in Dust Jacket. Photography Monograph. Near Fine/Fine. 196pp, profusely illustrated in b&w and color. Designed by Martin Stephen Moskof. "Conversations with the Dead" is Danny Lyon&#39;s moving 1971 monograph cum artists&#39; book that juxtaposes seventy-two of his gritty photographs of daily life within the Texas Prison system with the drawings and journal excerpts from inmate Billy McCune, whom he befriended during the process of making the book. A bright white, most handsome copy of the 1971 hardbound second printing (cited on page 19 of Martin Parr and Gerry Badger&#39;s "The Photobook: A History Volume II", pages 278-279 of The Hasselblad Center&#39;s "The Open Book", page 48 of "From Fair to Fine: 20th Century Photography Books That Matter", and pages 210-211 of "The Book of 101 Books") bearing the BOLDLY SIGNED AND DATED PRESENTATION "To Henry, Thanks a million for the lens - Danny 4/75" from the photographer to the late Hollywood cinematographer (and prolific photography book collector) Henry Minski in blue crayon across the entire front free endpaper. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. 0-03-085068-1 Inventory Number: 022023&

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        Sanrizuka 1969-1971

      Tokyo: Nora-sha, 1971. Light foxing to the edges, small vertical crease down the spine; near fine in illustrated wrappers in the very good publisher&#39;s card slipcase (a little darkened).. First Edition. Quarto. SIGNED by Kazuo Kitai in English and Japanese. A documentation of the Sanrizuka farmers&#39; opposition and resistance to the government&#39;s plan to build Narita airport. The most powerful example we have seen of an entire subset of little-known Japanese photobooks that deal with this struggle. Although not an official member of Provoke, Kitai was a pioneer in the photographic style championed by the group. His first book, Resistance, published in 1965, was greatly admired by the founders of Provoke, Daido Moriyama and Takuma Nakahira.

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        New York.

      o. O., Edition Herzog, 1971 - 4°, Kart-Kassette mit 10 losen, gefalzten Bögen (innen links ein Text, rechts ein eingeklebter, handkolorierter Siebdruck), 4 Orig.-Tuschzeichnungen., Tadell. Die Kassette ist im Impressum mit E. A. bezeichnet. Die Siebdrucke vom Künstler signiert und ebenfalls mit e. a. (épreuve d?artiste) bezeichnet. Die Blätter zeigen wichtige Bauten u. klassische Ansichten der Stadt, eingebunden in die Phantasie (Ketten u. Reissverschlüsse) des Künstlers. Die Texte stammen aus der Schreibmaschine des «Werbetexters» Gerald Lechner. Beiliegend vier Orig-Tuschzeichnungen (je 2 kleine Klebspuren auf Rückseite) mit Land-Art-Projekten des Berner Künstlers u. Bildhauers (geb. 1927). Die Mappe wurde für die Ausstellung «Swiss Avant Garde», die 1971 in New York stattfand, geschaffen. Beteiligung an der Tell 73, an der Biennale di Venezia 1976. - Peter Travaglini (*1927) beginnt als Maler gegenständlicher Richtung, nähert sich in den 60er Jahren tachistischen und abstrakt-expressiven Zeitströmungen. Der Auftrag für ein monumentales Betonglasfenster für die römisch-katholische Kirche Lyss wird 1958 zum Auftakt einer langen Reihe öffentlicher Auftragswerke. Die souveräne Beherrschung unterschiedlichster Techniken und Materialien wie Bronze, Aluminium und Holz, Beton, Granit und Backstein bildet die Grundlage für Travaglinis Werke, und er zieht bewusst keine Grenze zwischen freier Kunst und Kunsthandwerk. Der symbolhafte Kontrast zwischen Stein und Wasser kommt in über 60 Brunnenanlagen immer neu zur Geltung. Auftragskunst wird zum zentralen Anliegen Travaglinis, steht aber stets in enger Wechselwirkung mit dem freien Schaffen; davon zeugen die vielen Arbeitsbücher. Die Spiel- und Experimentierfreude des Künstlers führt in die unterschiedlichsten Richtungen: Teppiche, Fahnen, Keramik, Medaillen, Münzen, Pins und grafische Gestaltungen. 1200 gr. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Reports of the Cambridge Anthropological Expedition to Torres Straits.

      Cambridge University Press,, New York: 1971 - The definitive work on Torres Straits Islands. 4to, xiv, 422 pp, 10 maps in text, 50 text diagrams, 11 full page plates. Maroon cloth covers. Johnson Reprint Corporation. A six volume set LACKING Vol. 5. Vol. I: General Ethnography, Cambridge University Press, 1935. 421 pp, 11 plates. Vol. II: Physiology and Psychology. CUP, 1901. 223 pp. Vol. III: Linguistics. Sidney H. Ray (ed.). 527 pp. Vol. IV: Arts and Crafts. CUP, 1912. 393 pp, 40 plates. Vol. VI: Sociology, Magic and Religion of the Eastern Islands. CUP, 1908. 316 pp, 30 plates. Very scarce. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Identification and Registration of Firearms (ATF copy)

      Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 1971. 173p. Has seal of ATF as used in 1970&#39;s and on dust jacket is noted; ATF, Regulatory Enforcement, Training Branch. (Possibly the facility outside of Washington, D.C.) This was used by the ATF until superseded by newer research in the early 1990&#39;s). Profusely illustrated identifying firearms numbers aimed at police and federal law enforcement the detail on serial numbering systems and codes is provided with extensive tables and an alphabetical index of more than 500 different handguns with all important technical information.. Cloth Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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        The Theatre of Tennessee Williams

      New York: New Directions 1971 1981 [New York]: New Directions, [1971-1981]. First editions, signed on the flyleaf or title page in vols. 2-6. 7 vols., 8vo. . Original cloth. Fine in fine dust jackets . An outstanding set of the collected theatrical writings of Tennessee Williams, signed in the volumes 2 -6.Consists of:Volume I: Battle of Angels, The Glass Menagerie, A Streetcar Named DesireVolume II: The Eccentricities of a Nightingale, Summer and Smoke, The Rose Tattoo, Camino RealVolume III: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Orpheus Descending, Suddenly Last Summer [signed on the title page]Volume IV: Sweet Bird of Youth, Period of Adjustment; The Night of the Iguana;Volume V: The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore, Kingdom of Earth (The Seven Descents of Myrtle), Small Craft Warnings, The Two-Character PlayVolume VI: 27 Wagons Full of Cotton and Other Short PlaysVolume VII: In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel and Other Plays The posthumously published Volume VIII (1992) is not present

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        BONDAGE TRIOS Numbers 1 - 7

      Buffalo: Hilbarth, Inc. 1971-72. unpaged, [seven magazines of 56pp. each, including covers]. Illustrated from b/w full-page drawings by Gene Bilbrew [Eneg] and Bill Ward. Each volume contains three illustrated sadomasochistic stories, originally released as individual magazines (color covers included in first two volumes). Stories feature both male and female dominants (primarily female), lesbians, femdom, bondage, flagellation, boots and gloves, and the like. Contents: #1: "Stinging Whips"; "Chronolog &#39;Bound Age&#39;" and "Bondage Boutique"; #2: "Bondage Threesomes"; "Bondage Duo" and "Poker Bondage" ; #3: "Agony By Appointment"; "House of Horror" and "Horror School"; #4: "Backstage Doll in Bondage"; "Finite Bound Age" and "Bound in Terror"; #5: "Revenge of the Wantons"; "Beat Me in Leather" and "Bound-Age Terror"; #6: "Agony in France"; "Trans-Lez Bondage" and "The Diabolical Quest"; #7: "Diabolical Nurse"; "The Torture Rack" and "Teenage Sadist." Please note: Oversized volume: this book will require additional shipping for destinations outside the US; we will ship at cost. Perfect bound magazines. Light shelfwear; clean and tight copies. Sold as a set. Very good.

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        Ellsworth Kelly

      New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc, (n.d., c. 1971). Slight waviness to the pages, else near fine in a near fine jacket with only a hint of the sun-fading endemic to the front panel (on the blue). Nice copy of the definitive monograph on Kelly.. First Edition. Thick square quarto. With 225 illustrations, 68 in color, tipped-in.

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        Saulsaye: Églogue de la vie Solitaire

      Nouveau Cercle Parisien du Livre, Paris, 1971. First Edition. Hardcover (Original Cloth). Near Fine Condition. Illustrator: Jean Hugo. Number 144 of 180 signed by the artist, in a cloth chemise with slight browning to the spine, housed in a slightly soiled, matching slipcase. Lovely original color lithographs by Jean Hugo. Size: Quarto (4to). Illustrator: Jean Hugo. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Art & Design; Poetry. Inventory No: 040024. .

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        The Wolverhampton Wanderer. An Epic of Britannia In Twelve Books with a Resurrection & a Life for Poetry United

      London: , Latimer, , 1971. Quarto. Original yellow boards, titles to spine in blue, photographic endpapers. With the dust jacket designed by Peter Blake. Illustrations and photographs by Michael Tyzack, Peter Blake, Adrian Henri, P.G. Findlay & R. Elson, Jeff Cloves, Patrick Hughes, Shepard Sherbell, Gabi Nasemann, Michael Horovitz, Michael Bloom, Paul Kaplan, John Furnival, Bob Godfrey, Pete Morgan, Jeff Nuttall, David Oxtoby, Adam Ritchie, Colin Self, John Furnival, Richard Hamilton, Stephen Morris, Jeff Goldner, Nick Roberts, Marigold Hodgkinson, Mike Francis, Ron Sandford, David Hockney, Michael Foreman, Feliks Topolski, Gabi Nasemann, Mal Dean, Tom Phillips, Mike McInnerney. A fine copy in mildly tanned dust jacket, price clipped. First edition, first impression. One of 100 numbered copies signed by the author and 30 of the illustrators including Hockney, Blake & Hamilton. The book is a quintessentially English attempt at some species of Structuralist assemblage, and an extraordinary collection of British art luminaries of their age.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        [Manuscript]: Hart Cooper

      [1971]. Manuscript. Loose quarto sheets printed with black and blue mimeograph ink. 513pp, and 172pp., plus a two-page list of characters and two copies of an excised chapter. A bit of wear to the corner of the first dozen sheets, near fine. Hart Cooper is the unpublished "spiritual autobiography" written by Thackara, a Los Angeles-based author, in 1971, more than a decade before the publication of his first book in 1984, America's Children. According to the author, Hart Cooper was particularly important in "creating the trans-national mythology" later incorporated into his controversial 1999 novel, The Book of Kings, which is considered, depending on the reviewer, a masterpiece of Western literature or else one of the worst novels ever published. This copy of the manuscript comes from the library of Pulitzer Prize-winning writer, Peter Taylor, whom Thackara met while attending Harvard. Taylor became a mentor to Thackara and the two remained friends until Taylor's death in 1994. An influential unpublished first novel from this highly controversial writer. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Hamburg 1929 - 1995 ebda.). Selbst. Radierung. 1971. In der Platte datiert '19.1.71'. Signiert. 26,5 x 19 cm.,

      1971 - Vgl. Lemcke 106.- Verso bezeichnet 'Selbst 3044 Pose 19.1.71 125 Expl. ff 681'. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm]
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        Autograph letter signed ("Ronald Tolkien").

      "Corpus Christi", 1971. - Small 4to. 1 p. To "My dear Ladies", sending copies of "Verses" and apologising for the delay in so doing since their return "from the ease of The Belmont"; and describing the weather they have enjoyed since: "May continued to be 'according to the poets', on almost every day to its end, in this favoured corner of England. In fact the weather has only just turned bad. We remained in sunshine, immune from storms, even in neighbouring counties, until this morning when at 4 a.m. a Noachic rain began, & is still going on non-stop (8 p.m.). Ones does not read of the great play-cycles of biblical episodes, that used to be performed on Corpus Christi in the open, being 'washed out'. But no doubt they were sometimes. It may have made the play of Noah more realistic, but must have dampened the roaring rout of King Herod! [.]". - At the end, Tolkien notes: "please mark any reply Personal & it will be forwarded unopened". - Tolkien and his wife had spent a week in May at the Belmont Hotel in Sidmouth (The J.R.R. Tolkien Companion and Guide, edited by Christina Scull and Wayne G. Hammond, 2006, pp. 753-4). Tolkien wrote to his son Christopher on 2 June: "Our brief holiday to Sidmouth, which was what Dr Tolhurst's advice boiled down to, was very pleasant indeed. We were lucky in our time in fact the only week available at the hotel since May was such a wonderful month and we came in for a 'spring explosion' of glory" (Letters, 323). The "Verses" sent with the letter were copies of The Adventures of Tom Bomadil and Other Verses from the Red Book, published by Allen & Unwin in 1962. - The form of signature used here "Ronald" as opposed to "J.R.R." Tolkien is rare and was used for friends only; in 1963 he wrote to his publishers, who proposed reproducing the "Ronald" signature in facsimile, "I do not and never have used the signature 'Ronald Tolkien' as an auctorial signature, and I do not think it suitable for this purpose" (3 February 1964, to Ronald Eames, Tolkien Companion, p. 616). - Very light creasing at top.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        A Loud Song

      New York: Lustrum Press, 1971. Close to near fine in photo-illustrated wrappers. Housed in a custom clamshell box.. Unique copy. Square quarto. An advance edition, literally the first copy off the press, and as such the first Lustrum Press book ever printed. With a holograph photocopied review sheet laid in, on which Seymour has written: "Gene [possibly Eugene Smith], this is the first hand-made copy - the / varnish was still wet when we made it, so you / will see some streaks and smears, also the text had / been left off one page, / but I wrote it in. Thanks / for taking the time, I hope you like it, Daniel." In the book, Seymour has added the text under the photograph of his best friend, Paco Grande, shown with his wife (the actress Jessica Lange): "This is Paco Grande / my oldest & closest friend. This / picture I took on his wedding day - that is his wife / Jessica. Toward these people I feel the strongest / feelings of devotion." Additionally included are a photocopy of the original Lustrum Press investors agreement, briefly INSCRIBED by Seymour to Gene, and an original 10 x 8 inch black and white photograph by Seymour&#39;s father, Maurice, whose work appears in the book.

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        A LOUD SONG

      NY: Lustrum Press, 1971. First edition. Seymour, Daniel. Square small 4to., unpaginated, numerous b&w photographs. Pictorial stiff wrappers. The wrappers show very light toning. Aside from the neat signature of Alan Winer, photographer and former administrator of the Visual Studies Workshop, this is a fine copy. An impassioned personal account with text and photographs in album format, dedicated to the author&#39;s father, the photographer, Maurice Seymour. The first book by Lustrum Press.

      [Bookseller: Andrew Cahan: Bookseller, Ltd]
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        Happy Birthday, Wanda June

      Delacorte, 1971. First Edition (first printing). The first play by the author of THE SIRENS OF TITAN and SLAUGHTERHOUSE-FIVE -- a book which is often considered among Vonnegut&#39;s scarcest hardcover publications. Fine/Fine. A tiny bit of crimping at the head of the dust jacket spine, else a very clean copy. . 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine.

      [Bookseller: Bill Leone, Bookseller ABAA]
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        JUNGLE LOVERS. Signed

      Boston: Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1971 First Edition. A fine bright copy in dust jacket. Signed in black ink on the Title Page. First Edition of the author&#39;s fourth novel set in the central African Republic of Malawi. 8vo., 307pp., beige cloth, with brown lettering & yellow decoration on the spine & front board, brown topstain. "Once again the author of the highly praised &#39;Fong and the Indians&#39; and &#39;Girls at Play&#39; reveals his deep understanding of the precarious position of the white man in Africa, of race and revolt, in a novel that is both profoundly disturbing and violently funny." An extremely nice copy.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Vietnam Inc

      New York: Collier Books. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Very Good. FIRST EDITION, SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY GRIFFITHS. Vietnam Inc. played a crucial role in turning public opinion against the war and is one of the classic works of photo-journalism. Illustrated with reproductions of Griffiths &#39;s vivid photographs of the war in Vietnam. Hasselblad 274. New York : Collier Books, 1971. Quarto, original photo-pictorial wrappers. Spine creased, head lightly foxed, generally an excellent copy. Rare signed.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company]
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        The Total Film-Maker

      Random House, 1971. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good-/Very Good-. Signed. Inscribed, SIGNED ("Jerry"), and dated by Jerry Lewis on the front endpaper. Thye volume is bumped at the spine ends and corners, has a scrape to the fore-edge of page 119-120, and a small (3/4"x1") abrasion on the front pastedown close to the top of the gutter. The unclipped dust jacket is nicked at the corners, and has shallow chipping at the spine ends. There is an old jacket protector with parallel blueish borders which has bled through to the jacket and is quite visable on the outside of the cream colored portions of the jacket. This "protector" has been changed to a fresh Brodart but will be included with the book.

      [Bookseller: Trilby & Co. Books]
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        The Electronic Revolution

      Cambridge: Printed for Henri Chopin and his Collection OU by Ian Ormiston at the Blackmoor Head Press,, 1971. Folio. Loose leaves contained within a red paper sleeve and black slipcase as issued. Mise end page by Henri Chopin and cover design by Brion Gysin with two signed silkscreens by Gysin in a separate folder. An excellent copy. First English edition, first impression, special issue of 50 numbered copies signed by Burroughs and including the separate silkscreens. This essay collection was first published in 1970 by Expanded Media Editions in West Germany: the English edition is the first to contain the French translation by Jean Chopin.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York 1971 - 196pp, profusely illustrated in b&w and color. Designed by Martin Stephen Moskof. "Conversations with the Dead" is Danny Lyon's moving 1971 monograph cum artists' book that juxtaposes seventy-two of his gritty photographs of daily life within the Texas Prison system with the drawings and journal excerpts from inmate Billy McCune, whom he befriended during the process of making the book. A bright white, most handsome copy of the 1971 hardbound second printing (cited on page 19 of Martin Parr and Gerry Badger's "The Photobook: A History Volume II", pages 278-279 of The Hasselblad Center's "The Open Book", page 48 of "From Fair to Fine: 20th Century Photography Books That Matter", and pages 210-211 of "The Book of 101 Books") bearing the BOLDLY SIGNED AND DATED PRESENTATION "To Henry, Thanks a million for the lens - Danny 4/75" from the photographer to the late Hollywood cinematographer (and prolific photography book collector) Henry Minski in blue crayon across the entire front free endpaper. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Arcana: Books on the Arts]
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        The Bluest Eye

      New York: Holt. 2nd Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Second printing (June 1971) of Morrison&#39;s first novel, SIGNED AND INSCRIBED by Morrison on the front free endpaper: "To Ann / from / Toni Morrison / Best always". New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1971. Octavo, original half-blue cloth, original dust jacket. Owner signature and date at top of front free endpaper. Book near-fine with a little fading to edges, dust jacket very good with light edgewear and line of soiling down front panel.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company]
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        Pale Gray for Guilt (First American Hardcover Edition)

      Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1971. First American edition in hardcover in a first issue jacket, with a code of 971 at the top right corner of the front flap, and a price of $5.50 at the bottom of same. Near Fine in a bright, Near Fine dust jacket. Bookplate on the front endpaper; jacket is a bit rubbed at the folds. Overall, an unusually sharp copy of one of the scarcest Travis McGee hardcover titles.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Les Romans Courtois... [Complete in 4 Volumes] / Illustrations Originales De Michel Ciry

      Paris : Union Latine D&#39;Editions, 1971. 1st Edition in this form. Physical description: 4 v. ; 24 cm. Limited edition: 395 / 800. Contents: Flamenca. Chatelain de Coucy. La Dame invisible. Jehan et Blonde. Series: Collection medievale. Subjects: Literature, Medieval-- French fiction --To 1500 -- Romances. Near fine copies all in the original full and elaborately blind-tooled calf. Raised bands with spine-compartment tooling. Complete with the tree-grain slip-case. Minor toning to the extremities only. An uncommonly good example.

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        The Blood Oranges [Inscribed to John Barth]

      (NY): New Directions. (1971). Inscribed by Hawkes to John Barth and his wife: "To Jack and Shelly for sensuality! Much love/ Jack/ Prov. June, 1971/ We&#39;ll sail to those Greek isles yet. Voila." Laid in is a small page of notes on the book in Barth&#39;s hand (about 70 words, with a dozen crossed out, on a 3" x 4" scrap of paper): "H&#39;s peasant nudes have a beginning and an end but no middle (213)," etc. When Hawkes passed away in 1998, Barth wrote his obituary for The New York Times, which included the following comments: "With the death at 72 of John Hawkes -- fiction writer, fiction mentor and fiction live reader extraordinaire -- we lost one of the brightest (and paradoxically darkest) lights of American letters through our century&#39;s second half, a navigation star for scores of apprentice writers however different their own literary course, and as spellbinding a public reader of his own work as I have ever heard." One instance of underlining by Barth, corresponding to one of his notes. Mild foxing to top edge of text block, else fine in a near fine dust jacket with the usual fading to the spine lettering, a touch of wear to the heel, and a corner crease to the front flap. A wonderful association copy, linking two of the premier American writers of the era. From the library of John Barth. . First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        [THE PENTAGON PAPERS] UNITED STATES-VIETNAM RELATIONS 1945-1967. 12 volumes. William Bundy's copy with his annotations

      Washington: Government Printing Office, 1971. First Edition. printed wraps. Very Good. Twelve quarto (8-1/4" x 10-3/4") volumes in original printed brown wraps of the official government publication, popularly known as THE PENTAGON PAPERS, collecting the 43 declassified volumes of the Department of Defense's 1968 study in 47 volumes (the last 4 volumes had not yet been declassified because they dealt with peace negotiations and the release of prisoners of war). Illustrated with charts, diagrams, and maps. Although not signed by him, this is William Bundy's copy, acquired along with a few other Vietnam-related books inscribed to him [See entries in our inventory under Westmoreland], and contains his scattered annotations. William Bundy had a long, distinguished service in the government in the CIA and in the Defense Department. He was appointed Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs in March 1964. His brother McGeorge was Special Assistant for National Security Affairs to Kennedy and Johnson from 1961-1966. Both are considered primary architects of America's involvement in Vietnam. In THE BEST AND THE BRIGHTEST, David Halberstam stated that during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, William Bundy's name "would probably be on more pieces of paper dealing with Vietnam over a seven-year period than anyone else's." First published by the New York Times in June of 1971, these volumes represented something of a personal defeat for Bundy who at the time had an 1100-page unfinished manuscript in which he selectively paraphrased from classifed papers in his possession and which was rendered unpublishable by the appearance of these volumes. Commissioned by Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara, the reports were leaked by Daniel Ellsberg to reporter Neil Sheehan of the NEW YORK TIMES, who began publishing excerpts on 13 June 1971. The ìPentagon Papersî revealed several steps the Johnson and Nixon administrations had taken to escalate the war in Vietnam without informing the public. President Nixon argued that Ellsberg was guilty of felony treason (under the 1917 Espionage Act) because they had no authority to publish classified documents. Though the TIMES had been advised not to publish, they did so claiming the First Amendment right to publish information essential to citizensí understanding of their government. Nixonís Attorney General, John Mitchell, obtained a federal court injunction forcing the TIMES to cease publication. After the TIMES appealed, the case reached the Supreme Court. A separate case involving the WASHINTON POSTís publication of articles based on Ellsbergís leaks also reached the highest court. In June, 1971, the Supreme Court ruled (6-3) that the injunctions were unconstitutional.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        The Wolverhampton Wanderer, an Epic of Britannia in Twelve Books with a Resurrection & a Life, for Poetry United. 1/100 multi-SIGNED

      London: Latimer 1971. First Edition. Hardback. Fine/Fine. One of 100 copies signed by the author and artists and photographers who contributed to the book, this copy unnumbered. In Fine condition in a like wrapper.& Autographs include Feliks Topolski, Peter Blake, Richard Hamilton, David Hockney, Jeff Nuttall, Adrian Henri, Tom Phillips, and Pete Hoida (this copy from the latter&#39;s Library, but without ownership marks)

      [Bookseller: finecopy]
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      The Rougemont Press. Exeter. 1971. FIRST EDITION. Limited to just 150 numbered copies with only the first 75 being signed by Ted Hughes after his introduction. 4to. (10.8 x 8.8 inches). 32 pages in total, including blanks and endpapers. This copy is one of the first 75, with Hughes signature. Original deep red cloth covered boards with gilt lettering to the front board and spine. In a near fine example of the plain beige, lettered in red, dustwrapper which has some minor fading to the top of the front panel and the spine but is general clean and tight around the book. Loosely inserted is a prospectus, order form (with hand written note about this copy being sent) and a small typed note about a forthcoming advert in the Times Literary Supplement. Overall a fine copy of this interesting publication. A volume of ten poems and thirteen drawings, unpublished in book form, by Plath.

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        The Wright Field Story

      Clarksburg, WV: Saucerian Books. Very Good. 1971. Soft Cover. Very Good condition 80 pages in illustrated paper covers. Edges rubbed and the top corner is bumped. Rear cover has some minor staining. ; 4to - over 9¾" - 12" .

      [Bookseller: Book Gallery // Mike Riley]
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