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        ONE TIME, ONE PLACE MISSISSIPPI IN THE DEPRESSION / A SNAPSHOT ALBUM

      New York: Random House, 1971. Oblong small quarto. Cloth. Photographs by the author. Fine in very near fine slipcase. First edition, limited issue. One of three hundred numbered copies, specially bound and signed by the author/photographer. A superb collection of Welty's photographs associated with her work with the WPA. POLK A18:1.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        Summer and Smoke Opera in two acts based on the play by Tennessee Williams Libretto by Lanford Wilson. Op. 27. Autograph musical manuscript of the complete full score, signed and dated by the composer on the final page: "North Salem, NY, 27 May 1971."

      - Elephant folio (ca. 500 x 330 mm.). Unbound. [1] (title, including cast list and instrumentation), 496 pp. Notated in pencil on 28-stave music manuscript paper on one side of each leaf only. Numerous leaves comprised of sections taped together to form a single leaf; pp. 407-462 on slightly smaller format paper; pp. 251-255 in photographic copy with autograph additions. A little minor soiling and wear. In very good condition overall. After hearing Hoiby's earlier opera, A Month in the Country (the revised version of his Natalia Petrovna, based on a play by Ivan Turgenev, premiered by the New York City Opera in 1964), Tennessee Williams approached Hoiby with the suggestion that he might be interested in writing an opera based on one of Williams's works. Hoiby's setting of Summer and Smoke was the result; it is the first opera to be based on a Williams play and is perhaps Hoiby's most famous work. Commissioned by the St. Paul Opera Association, Summer and Smoke was composed in 1970 and premiered on June 19th 1971 in St. Paul, Minnesota with Igor Buketoff conducting. It went on to a production by the New York City Opera on March 12th 1971 under Julius Rudel. "It continues to be performed with substantial success, and its 1980 production by the Chicago Opera Theater was broadcast in June 1982 by PBS-TV (WTTW), Chicago, and seen nationally. For its production during the Lee Hoiby Festival at California State University, Long Beach in 1989. Hoiby added a new scene in Act 1 drawn from his Three Women: Scenes for Soprano, Saxophone and Piano (1988).". Summer and Smoke is a skilful interweaving of offstage music and spoken passages. It is a lyrical, poetic and compelling work that critics praised as America's most successful opera to date. Paul Hume (writing in the Washington Post) considered it an 'opera of immense emotional power flooded with music of great beauty'." Grove onlineConsidered "a modern Romantic from the lineage of Barber and Menotti," Hoiby's Summer and Smoke is regarded as having achieved "an eloquence comparable to the later works of Barber." op. cit.More recently, the work was revived at the Manhattan School of Music, where it received three performances in December, 2010: "When. Summer and Smoke. had its premiere in 1971, it was criticized by some for its conservative music, awash in the harmonic language of Menotti (Mr. Hoiby's mentor), Barber and Mahler, and its unabashedly lyrical vocal writing. But the work, with an effective and delicately poetic libretto by the playwright Lanford Wilson, also won deserved praise for doing what an opera is supposed to do: telling the story with sure dramatic pacing and understated expressivity, in music admirable for its directness and melodic grace."These qualities shone through on Wednesday night when the Manhattan School of Music Opera Theater presented the first of three performances, with Mr. Hoiby, 84, in attendance. The conductor Steven Osgood drew supple, beautifully restrained playing from the able musicians." "Set in Glorious Hill, a small Mississippi town, the story unfolds during several momentous months in the lives of two young adults who grew up as neighbors: John Buchanan Jr., a dashing doctor, and Alma Winemiller, the sweet but inhibited daughter of a pious minister. The handsome production, directed by Dona D. Vaughn, using windows and sets that descend into place, imaginatively evoked the neighboring houses: the staid sitting room in the rectory where the Winemillers live and the doctor's office where young John Buchanan practices with his father." Anthony Tommasini in The New York Times, December 9, 2010.

      [Bookseller: J & J LUBRANO MUSIC ANTIQUARIANS LLC]
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        Records (Signed First Edition)

      Hollywood, CA: Heavy Industry Publications, 1971. First edition. Softcover. Printed in an edition of only 2000 copies. A collection of thirty black and white photographs of album and their covers by Jerry McMillan. A close to near fine copy in red wrappers with some light creasing to the top corner of a few pages. Signed by Ruscha on the front free endpaper and uncommon as such.

      [Bookseller: Jeff Hirsch Books, ABAA]
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        Americana.

      Boston. Houghton, Mifflin, Company. 1971. - First Edition. With copyright 1971 and "First Printing" stated on the copyright page. DeLillo's scarce first novel with only 4,500 copies printed. "Innocence and vitality are the hallmarks of the last American myth." VG+/VG in blue woven cloth spine stamped brightly in red, and red paper-covered boards stamped in blue. Clean and tight with top corners bumped. In a complete, white dustjacket printed in blue, red, and black; the rear panel features a photograph of a contempletive DeLillo. With light soiling to the white center of the front panel and a touch of wrinkling to the spine ends and one tiny closed tear. The inside flaps very clean with the original price of $6.95 at the top of the front inside flap and "0571" at the bottom. A scarce book. First Edition. With copyright 1971 and "First Printing" stated on the copyright page. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Brainerd Phillipson Rare Books]
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        Americana [Signed Bookplate Laid in]

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1971. First Edition. First Printing. Octavo (22cm.); original cloth-backed boards in white photo-illustrated dust jacket, blue topstain; [6],388pp. Some shelf-wear to jacket extremities, rear panel scratched, else Near Fine in Very Good jacket. Bookplate signed by the author laid in. Delillo's first book.

      [Bookseller: Lorne Bair Rare Books]
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        Strange Faeces - Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10A, 10B, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20

      Strange Faeces Press, London 1971 - Book. An important magazine of experimental poetry, fiction and art, published by Opal and Ellen Nations between 1970-1980 (from London to San Francisco to Vancouver); gathered here is a substantial collection of 13 of its 20 issues (nos. 14 and 19 were not published). With many American poets published, as well as British, featured contributors include: Douglas Blazek, Bob Cobbing, Allen Fisher, Jeff Nuttall, Ted Berrigan, Bernadette Mayer and others. Contents: No. 3, London, 1971: 327 x 200 mm, stapled, mimeo, 40 pp. 'The Ron Padgett Issue' - poems by R.P. Cover by Joe Brainard. London, 1971. Mimeo. Limited edition of 250 copies. / No. 4, London, 1971: 330 x 202 mm, stapled, mimeo, 44 pp. Works by: Douglas Blazek, Bob Cobbing, Clark Coolidge, Tom Disch, Allen Fisher, Paul Gogarty, Opal Nations, Jeff Nuttall, John Giorno. Collage cover by Opal Nations. / No. 5, London 1971: 330 x 203 mm, stapled, mimeo, 44 pp. 'Goodies from Anne Waldman'. Cover drawing by Joe Brainard. Works by: Fagin, Brownstein, Giorno, Berkson, Warsh, Berrigan, Schiff, Mayer, Gilfillan, Padgett and Waldman. / No. 6, London, 1971: 330 x 205 mm, stapled, mimeo, 40 pp. 'The Larry Fagin Issue': Poems and collaborations by L.F. with Brownstein, John Clark, Tom Clark, Padgett, Coolidge, Berkson and Veitch. Front & back cover drawings by Glen Baxter. Limited edition of 200 copies. / No. 7, London, 1972: 330 x 202 mm, stapled, mimeo, 44 pp. Cover drawing by Bill Berkson. Works by: Glen Baxter, Allen Fisher, Maureen Owen, Lewis Warsh, Tuli Kupferberg, Andrei Codrescu, Tony Towle, Tom Veitch, Larry Eigner, Keith Abbott and others. / No. 8, 1972, edited by Allen Fisher, 208 x 295 mm, stapled sheets between card printed covers. Works by Jeff Nuttall, Opal L Nations, and others. / No. 10, San Francisco, 1972: 355 x 215 mm, stapled, mimeo, 113 pp. Edited by Andrei Codrescu; printed and published by him. Front and back covers by Nanos Valaoritis. Works by: Lewis MacAdams, Harold Norse, Tom Veitch, Opal Nations, Nanos Valaoritis, Andrei Codrescu, Claude Pelieu, Ted Berrigan, Gerard Malanga, Alice Notley, Wm. Talcott, Ron Sukenick and others. Interview with Phil Whalen/ No. 10A, September 1972, 290 x 208 mm, mimeo with perfect binding tape, edited by Allen Fisher and Dick Miller. Works by Wolf Vostell, Dieter Rot, Thomas A. Clark, Glen Baxter and others / No. 10B 1973/4. A4 208 x 295 mm, mimeo w/ card covers, perfect binding with tape, 144pp. Edited by Allen Fisher & Dick Miller. Works by Themerson, Mottram, Fisher, Butler, Griffiths, Joris, Nations, Clark, Harwood, Mayor, Cobbing et al. / No. 15, San Francisco, 1974: 291 x 220 mm, stapled, with dust jacket and covers by Opal Nations, offset, 134 pp. Works by: George Bowering, Nanos Valaoritis, Norman Mustill, Opal Nations, Ray Johnson, Irene Dogmatic, Britton Wilkie, Jack Hirschman, Kathy Acker, Tom Veitch, Cecil Hellman, Bernadette Mayer and many others. Also Arthur Craven (in translation). / No. 16, Vancouver, B.C., 1974: 215 x 144 mm (smaller format than the other 'foolscap' issues), "Etrange Faeces". Special French to English translations issue, edited by Tony Montague and Opal Nations. Front & back covers by Erro. Works by: Jarry, Apollinaire, Radiguet, Tzara, Peret, Soupault, Arp, Eluard, Desnos, Cesaire, Michaux, Artaud, Aragon, Jacob, Char, Breton, Prevert, Ponge and others. Limited edition of 500 copies. / No. 17, Vancouver, 1975: 355 x 215 mm, stapled, offset, 61 pp. Special Canadian Issue of experimental fiction and graphics.Works by: Toby MacLennan, Michael Morris, Vincent Trasov (Mr. Peanut), Avron Hoffman, Robert Amos, Glen Lewis, Crad Kilodney, Opal Nations, Barry Chamish, AA Bronson, ASA Harrison, David Young, Victor Coleman and others. Front cover by Eric Metcalfe and Barbara Shapiro. Back cover by Barbara Astman. Limited edition of 500 copies. / No. 18, Vancouver, 1975: 275 x 212 mm, stapled, offset, 82 pp. 'Endangered Faeces' issue. Works by: Francis Ponge (in translation) Bruce Hutchinson, Mike Sowl, L [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Night vision. Translated by Robert Bly

      Lillabulero Press, [Northwood Narrows, N.H. 1971 - First edition, 8vo, pp. [10], 4-44, [1]; original pictorial wrappers, slightly rubbed. This copy inscribed by Robert Bly: "Written by:" [and in Transtromer's hand:] "Tomas Transtromer." And in Bly's hand again: "Translated by Robert Bly" with a typical Bly drawing of a one-eyed blob beneath. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Black Military Experience in the American West.

      Liveright;, New York; 1971 - First Edition, First Printing in slip case, price clipped dj under mylar protector, 591 pages, illustrated. Numbered Edition #175 of 300; inscribed by Author to General Robert E Cushman (1914-1985), the 25th Commandant of the USMC, Recipient of the Navy Cross, present on the USS Pennsylvania at Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941. Slip case, book and dj are in very good+ condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aide de Camp Military Books and Prints]
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        Burst!

      [Rome]: [G. Ricordi and Company], [1971]. Oblong folio [34 x 50 cm]; six unnumbered leaves, comb bound into bright pink card covers, text in English and Italian. Several cracks and a a few losses to comb binding, light toning to text edges with small loss to lower right corner of terminal leaf; covers lightly scuffed and edgeworn with a few small splash marks to the rear, else a very good, presentable copy. Inscribed by Dashow on the title page: "To Maggie-the direct cause of this piece. With thanx/ James/ 28 March, 1972/ Roma." Musical score by Dashow reproduced from holograph, utilizing text from Kerouac's Desolation Angels. Consisting of a piece for soprano with electronic accompaniment with lyrics, notations, and cues printed in English and Italian. Dashow is a Chicago-born composer of electroacoustic music and opera, among the earliest to compose music for digital audio synthesis. Not in the Charters Kerouac bibliography or the Morrow catalog of the Walter Reuben collection, with OCLC showing a single holding at the New York Public Library.

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        Toulouse-Lautrec Et Son Oeuvre. Six volume set.

      Collectors Editions, New York 1971 - Six volume set. Original light blue hardcover bindings in almost new condition. The bindings are protected in clear mylar, which is slightly shelfworn and has several small tears and chips. The set contains over 1800 pages and over 6000 illustrations. The standard catalogue raisonne of the paintings, pastels, watercolors, monotypes and drawings of Toulouse-Lautrec. Printed on fine watermarked Arches paper. Limited to 1450 numbered sets. Top edge gilt. The text is clean and unmarked. First edition. Size: Folio [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller ABAA]
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        Fragments 1971: Eight Photographs

      Finial Press], [No place 1971 - First edition. Octavo. Title sheet and eight loose mounted photographic prints, each Signed by the photographer, in white cloth clamshell case. A trifle soiled, still fine. One of 8 numbered copies Signed by the photographer. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Mercian Hymns.

      London: Andre Deutsch,, 1971. Octavo. Original cream boards, titles to spine brown. With the dust jacket. Front board slightly bowed, slight bumps to extremities, traces of removed sticker to front pastedown, an excellent copy in the jacket with slight creasing to extremities. First edition, first impression. Publishers' presentation copy, additionally inscribed by the author on the laid down presentation slip, "David Rokeah, with every good wish, Geoffrey Hill". Rokeah was a Polish born poet who emigrated to, Israel in 1934. The uncommon and superior cloth issue of Mercian Hymns, a series of 30 poems (or as Hill termed them "versets") which juxtapose the history of Offa, the eighth-century ruler of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Mercia, with Hill's own childhood. The dust jacket was designed by John Andrew using a medieval graffito found at All Saints Church Sutton, found in Pritchard's English Medieval Graffiti.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Who's Next (Original promotional poster for the 1971 album)

      New York: Decca, 1971. Original poster promoting the US release on Decca for the thunderous 1971 album, using the album cover's famed shot of the band walking away from a concrete piling at a spoil tip in Easington Colliery.At the beginning of the 1970s, The Who took a breather between rock operas ("Tommy" in 1969, "Quadrophenia" in 1973) to put out an album that would set the bar for all rock music that would follow in terms of sonic palette, fury, and pure songwriting greatness. But in truth "Who's Next" began as a rock opera as well, a futuristic film/concert/album project Townshend had in mind titled "Lifehouse." But the project proved intractable, leading to a falling out between Townshend and the band's producer Kit Lambert and what Townshend later describe "a near suicidal nervous breakdown."The band reconnoitered with a new producer, Glyn Johns, and started over, using scraps from "Lifehouse." Townshend toyed with synthesizers (and a Lowery organ on "Baba O'Riley"), an electronic envelope follower, and a noisemaker--not as a dominating part of the record's sound, but as more of a part of its overall sonic effect. The Who broke from the constraints of storytelling and instead focused on making maximum impact with individual songs.32 x 20 inches. Rolled, on archival linen. Near Fine.Pitchfork 100. Rolling Stone 500.

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        THE WEIGHT OF FRANCHISE MEAT

      (CUMMING, ROBERT). Cumming, Robert. THE WEIGHT OF FRANCHISE MEAT. Orange, CA: Robt. Cumming, 1971. First Edition 1/500. Oblong 12mo. Stapled Illustrated Wrappers. Artist's Book. Very Good -. np (16pp), 16 b&w illustrations + b&w cover. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. "The Weight of Franchise Meat" is the wry 1971 self-published artist's book by the then California-based conceptual practitioner Robert Cumming. True to its title, Cumming stages and photographs sixteen tableaux featuring hamburger patties from Orange County burger chains A + W, Bob's Big Boy, Buddy's, Burger King, Carl's Jr., Denny's, Heinz, Jack-in-the-Box, McDonald's, and Punky's weighed on a postage scale. An otherwise handsome example of the 1971 first edition of this wry, uncommon gem (cited on pages 146-147 of Martin Parr and Gerry Badger's "The Photobook: A History Volume II") limited to five hundred unnumbered copies showing some very mild soiling to the covers along with a bit of subtle rippling due to contact with moisture. It has been priced accordingly. 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. Inventory Number: 025594

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        A LOUD SONG

      Lustrum Press, NY 1971 - 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's father, the photographer, Maurice Seymour. The first book by the Lustrum Press. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Andrew Cahan: Bookseller, Ltd., ABAA]
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        Warschau aus der Vogelschau

      Warschau: Verlag Interpress, 1971. Hardcoverausgabe, Leineneinband, 142 Seiten mit sehr zahlreichen Fotos. Gutes Exemplar.

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        JUDAICA MIRON SIMA RUSSIAN ISRAELI ARTIST 1971 PURIM COLOR WOODCUT 77/100 SIGNED

      JUDAICA RUSSIAN ISRAELI ARTIST  MIRON SIMA ORIGINAL COLOR WOODCUT ON PAPER "PURIM"  HAND SIGNED AND DATED IN PENCIL BY THE ARTIST: "PURIM" 77/100 MIRON SIMA 1971  DIMENSIONS: 25 x 19.5 cm. ( 9.8 x 7.6") CONDITION - SEE CAREFULLY PHOTOS YELLOW PAPER TO THE FIELDS BROWN PAPER ON REVERSE SIDE  SHIPPING COST $ 35 I SEND IT EMS, INSURED   Miron Sima (1902-1999). Born in a Shtetl in Czarist Russia, Miron Sima first studied art in Odessa in 1921. In the following year he moved to Dresden, Germany to continue his studies. For seven years he both studied and worked at Dresden's Academy of Fine Arts under the important Expressionist artist, Otto Dix. Dix taught Sima both painting and graphic art techniques and had a wide ranging influence upon the younger artist. Like Dix, Sima often explored the effects of poverty and victimization in his art. Sima's woodcuts were widely exhibited throughout Germany by 1930 and he was awarded the prestigious Dresden Art Prize in 1932. Sadly, with the rise of Hitler and the Nazis he was the last Jew to receive such an award. Sima moved to Palestine in 1933. He first settled in Tel Aviv and designed theatre sets. Five years later he settled permanently in Jerusalem and taught art classes. In 1949 Sima co-founded the Jerusalem Artists House and was among the first to participate in its exhibitions. During the following years he was twice awarded the Dizengoff Prize and a medal at the Venice Biennale (1963). Sima was a full member of the Art Academies of both Zurich and Florence. Despite Sima's international successes, however, he was often neglected in Israel. Around 1950 the abstract art of the New Horizons movement began to dominate throughout the country. Realist and Expressionist artists such as Sima often worked on in obscurity. Yet from 1955 to 1977, Sima produced a number of brilliant color woodcuts, which gave him an international recognition throughout Europe. Beggars Sleeping Outdoors is one of his largest and most impressive works of art in this medium. Sima created 400 courtroom drawings of Eichmann trial. He died in 1999. Since Sima's death, Israel has re-discovered his art. Fortunately, Sima willed his estate to Jerusalem's Ein Harod Museum of Art. The museum now houses many paintings and prints from all periods of Sima's career. Major retrospectives of Sima's art were held in Israel in both 2000 and 2001.

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        Trumpeter Swan [young]. From "The Birds of America" (Amsterdam Edition)

      Johnson Reprint Corporation and Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, Amsterdam and New York 1971 - Colour-printed lithograph, on fine hand-made paper. Excellent condition. In October 1971, employing the most faithful printing method available, the best materials and the ablest craftsmen of their age, the Amsterdam firm of Theatrum Orbis Terrarum Ltd., in conjunction with the Johnson Reprint Corporation of New York, set out to produce the finest possible limited edition facsimile of the greatest bird book ever printed: the Havell edition of John James Audubon's well-loved "Birds of America". The Curators of the Teyler's Museum in Haarlem, Holland made their copy of the original work available for use as a model. The Museum, founded in 1778, bought their copy through Audubon's son as part of the original subscription in 1839. After long deliberation, the extremely complex but highly accurate process of colour photo-lithography was chosen as the appropriate printing method. The best exponents of this art were the renowned Dutch printing firm of NV Fotolitho Inrichting Drommel at Zandvoort who were willing to undertake the task of printing each plate in up to eight different colours. The original Havell edition was published on hand-made rag paper and the publishers were determined that the paper of their edition should match the original. Unhappy with the commercially available papers, they turned to the traditional paper manufacturers G. Schut & Zonen (founded in 1625), who, using 100% unbleached cotton rags, were able to produce a wove paper of the highest quality, with each sheet bearing a watermark unique to the edition: G. Schut & Zonen [JR monogram] Audubon [OT monogram]. The publishers and their dedicated team completed their task late in 1972 and the results of these labours were affectionately known as the "Amsterdam Audubon." 250 copies were published and sold by subscription, with the plates available bound or unbound. Given all this careful preparation, it is not surprising that the prints have the look and feel of the original Havell edition. John James Audubon was born in Les Cayes, Haiti on 26 April 1785. From 1788 to 1803 he lived in France until he was sent to the United States to manage an estate that his father had bought in Pennsylvania. He returned to France in 1805, but his fascination with the United States had taken root and he returned again in May 1806. He married Lucy Bakewell in 1808 and together they embarked on a difficult period financially that was only to be resolved, through Audubon's unshakable and justified belief in his own abilities, with the publication of his masterpiece in 1827-1838. "The Birds of America" is the single greatest ornithological work ever produced and is the realization of Audubon's dream of traveling throughout the United States recording, natural size, every native bird then known. The 435 double-elephant folio sized plates, printed by the Havells of London, depict some 1,065 different species, the majority drawn from specimens that Audubon himself had captured. The Havell edition was expensive at the time of publication and this has not changed. Possibly the last complete copy which will ever appear on the market sold for a staggering $8,802,500 in a sale in New York in March 2000. Currently, the increasingly rare individual plates from this edition, when they do appear, generally sell for between $5,000 and $175,000 depending on the image. The quality of the Amsterdam Audubon plates is apparent to any discerning collector and it is becoming ever clearer that they offer the most attractive alternative to the Havell edition plates, given the latter's spiraling prices. Cf. Zimmer, p. 22; cf. Bennett, p. 5; cf. Fries, Appendix A; cf. Wood, p. 208; cf. Nissen IVB 51; cf. Sabin 2364; cf. Ripley 13; cf. Tyler, Audubon's Great National Work , 1993, Appendix I.

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        Sixe Idyllia Chosen Out of the Sicilian Poet Theocritus and Translated Into English Verse

      Chilmark Press, New York 1971 - "This is the sixth of the Clover Hill editions of the Chilmark Press." No. 119 of 270 copies. Reprint of the ed. printed at Oxford in 1588. Fine in a fine cloth and paper-covered board slipcase. Quarter maroon cloth over marbled boards [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        PEÑA LABRA. Pliegos de Poesía. Director Aurelio García Cantalapiedra. Números 1 - 68 (todo lo publicado).

      Institución Cultural de Cantabria, Santander 1971 - 24x34. En sus carpetas editoriales, en pliegos sueltos. En la tradición de Carmen, Proel y Isla de los Ratones, Peña Labra fue la última gran revista literaria santanderina del siglo XX, publicada desde 1971 hasta 1989. Cosa rara entre revistas institucionales - fue publicada por la Diputación Provincial de Santander - destaca por su gran belleza de diseño, y la excepcional calidad de sus reproducciones, obra de la Imprenta Bedia, todavía en sus años de gloria como, quizás, la mejor imprenta de España. Hay números monográficos dedicados a José Luis Hidalgo (Nº 2), Gerardo Diego - en nuestro ejemplar este número lleva dedicatorias autógrafas de José Hierro, García Nieto y otros a la poeta Matilde Camus (4); la revista Corcel (6), Proel (8), Espadaña, José de Ciria y el Ultraismo (18), Vicente Aleixandre (28-29), Juan Ramón Jiménez (40-41), José Hierro (43-44), La Isla de los Ratones (54), Rosalía de Castro (55), Francisco Brines (56), Zenobia Camprubí (64-65); incluye la antología de poetas montañeses - José del Río Sainz, Jesús Cancio, Carlos Salomón, etc. También encontramos contribuciones sueltas, y muchos autógrafos, a lo largo de los 68 números, de autores hispanoamericanos como Miguel Angel Asturas,Pablo Neruda, Octavio Paz; material gráfico original de Pancho Cossío, Alvaro Delgado, Julio Maruri, etc. Uno de los grandes valores de la revista, quizás su mayor punto de interés, fue la publicación de material original e inédita que habían dejado los grandes poetas del 98 y del 27 en manos de José María de Cossío en su casona de Tudanca; de aquí surgen, además de numerosos textos sueltos, facsimiles de folletos practicamente desconocidos como 'El Espejo del Agua' de Vicente Huidobro (1916), el expediente universitario de León Felipe, el número único de la revista 'Reflector' de Ciria; los magníficos monográficos sobre Manuel Machado (Nº 11), Antonio Machado (16), Juan Ramón Jiménez (20), Unamuno (32), Eugenio D'Ors (33), Villalón (34), León Felipe (37), Dámaso Alonso (45),Rafael Alberti (46-47), Federico García Lorca(51), Muy buenos ejemplares. No es raro encontrar números sueltos de esta revista, pero la colección entera es muy rara. Añadimos el número homenaje Cuasi Peña Labra, publicado en 2004. Muy buenos ejemplares. Envíos para España: el pago contra reembolso conlleva un recargo de 4 Euros.

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        The Federal Reserve Conspiracy

      Omni Publications, USA 1971 - 148 pages. A rare early reprint of Mullins' classic expose of the Federal Reserve. Yellow high-lighting throughout. Modest lean to spine. Somewhat above-average external wear and soiling. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Pin tailed Duck, Anas Acuta. Male, 1. Female, 2. No. 46, [Havell 227]

      Amsterdam, 1971. unbound. very good(+). R. Havell. Elephant folio bird print. Color offset lithograph. Page measures 26.5" x 39.5" Beautiful print of ducks from first facsimile edition. This edition, which was published from the original plates 135 years after their creation, recreates the entire set of 435 images in their original double elephant folio format. The model for these images was an original set of Havell engravings, provided by Teyler's Museum in Haarlem, Holland. Paper bears the authenticating watermark. Audubon (1785-1851) was an American naturalist, painter and ornithologist. One of the most famous American natural history artists, Audubon did extensive field work studying birds before painting them. Please visit our gallery for more Audubon prints.

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        Beautiful Portrait Photograph by CECIL BEATON, (The Queen Mother, 1900-2002, Queen of George VI)

      1971 - signed and dated on the mount, showing her in profile to the left, seated three quarter length, her right arm resting on the side of the chair, in a white organza dress slightly off the neck with a very full skirt, and wearing a diamond tiara, earrings, necklace and bracelet, her sash includes the Garter star and two portrait medallions, 6¾" x 5¾" on card mount 9½" x 7", no place, taken about 1950, this print signed by the Queen later and dated light crease in bottom right corner of mount barely touching flourish of signature and two figures of date, all entirely legible, small light crease in top left corner of mount Beaton's famous photographs of Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace in 1939 established a new romantic image for the monarchy. He subsequently photographed her five times between 1947 and 1957 and deliberately tried to re-create the spirit of the 1939 image - the be-spangled crinoline dress with lots of diamond jewellery. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Ronald Reagan praises the patriotism of United States soldiers in Vietnam for “their dedication to the safeguarding of freedom”

      Sacramento, CA, January 15, 1971. 8.5" x 11". "Typed Letter Signed ""Ronald Reagan"" as Governor, Sacramento California, January 15, 1971, one page, 8.5"" x 11"", on Governor's Office letterhead to Staff Sergeant Jerry Kelly in Vietnam. Some creasing and small tears reinforced on verso, minor toning, else Very Good condition. Includes a typed statement by Sergeant Kelly describing the circumstances of the flag request.The letter reads, in part: ""I am very pleased and proud to send you this California state flag - not only because it will be a symbol of our Golden State so many miles from home, but also your request demonstrates your pride in California.""From 1967 - 1975, Reagan was Governor of California. He supported the War in Vietnam being waged at that time, and when many recently returning veterans were reintegrating themselves back home, he was active in providing a framework for them. He also sought to honor their service in an unpopular war.Ex: William Burger."

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        The Moths of America North of Mexico

      Wedge Ent. Res. Foundation, 1971-2004. 25 parts (in 22 vols), col plates, text figs. 4to. HB/PB. Vg. From the library of Basil Harley, with his small book-plate. Basil Harley was involved from the outset with the project, as managing director of the Curwen Press, the printers of the series up until 1978, and is pictured in the first volume with members of the editorial team. Five volumes have been specially bound by the Curwen Press in red buckram, the remainder in wrappers as issued.. Complete set of 25 published fascicles up until 2004: 5.1, 6.1-2, 7.1, 7.6, 13.1a-c, 13.2a-b, 15.2-5, 18.1, 20.1-2, 21, 22.2A-B, 25.1, 26.1, 27.1-3.

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        Collected Essays [four volumes, complete]

      Hogarth Press, London - Complete set of Woolf's collected essays, previously published in six volumes; broadly divied into literary & biographical. Volume one is a third printing, 1971; the others are first printings (first edition), 1966, 1967, and 1967. All are brown hardcovers blocked in sky blue with gilt titling; all show but minor wear to the book itself; the jackets show very minor rubbing & edgewear; are price-clipped with new price stickers (1&2) or slight stains where such stickers have fallen off (3&4); the jacket spines of 2 & 3 are faded, all show minor tanning; there is irregular tanning to the front panel of 4, light smudge to the free endsheet of 3. Text clean; [5], 361; [8], 304; viii, 231; [8], 235 pages. Size: Octavo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Krome, A furthur Experience

      Joesph J. D'Ambrosio, Portage indiana 1971 - krome, a further experience is D'Ambrosios second book which follows, You Dress Funny, an experience. This is one of the great book artists second limited edition (100 copies) This copy is # zero-zero- one and inscribed warmly in 1991 to great friends and collectors Pat and Trudy Magarick, on ffe and also signed on the limitation page. The book is set in 10 pt. Century Schoolbook Bold and has 46 leaves consisting of parchment paper, art paper, machine-copy paper, orange felt, silver foil, red tissue, black construction paper, and green florist's tissue. The book is bound in silver foil over boards. Book has 34 wonderful contemporary silk screened leaves interspersed with printed pages in black and green ink. Krome is D'Ambrosios second book and shows some experimental refinements. A wonderful and rare collectible to both artists and collectors of the finest book art. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Superstudio: Fragmente aus einem persönlichen Museum. Vita, Educazione, Cerimonia, Amore, Morte. Cinque storie del Superstudio/ Life, Education, Ceremony, Love, Death. Five stories on tape/ Leben, Erziehung, Zerimonie, Liebe, Tod. Fünf Themen des Superstudio. 21 marzo 1971 - 20 marzo 1973.

      1971. Graz, Neue Galerie am Landesmuseum Johanneum, 6 Juni - 1 Juli 1973, in-4 formato album (cm. 31,8x49), leg. edit. con spirale metallica al dorso, piatti in cartoncino grigio, pp. 32. Con 6 tavv. litografiche e 17 ill. a col., 64 ill. in b.n. nel t. Importante catalogo originale della mostra "riassuntiva" dell'attività, dal 1966 al 1973, del gruppo di architettura radicale (Natalini, A. e R. Magris, Toraldo di Francia) nato a Firenze. Curato da A. Natalini (stampa Litocromo, Firenze - Litografie: Multirevol, Milano) ne illustra con testi ed immagini il percorso ideologico ed artistico attraverso i progetti di "Monumento Continuo", "Le 12 città ideali", gli "Atti fondamentali". Con note biografiche, sulle mostre principali, sulle pubblicazioni, su progetti, costruzioni e concorsi. Testo plurilingue (italiano, tedesco, inglese). Ottime condizioni.

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        THE SHAY LOCOMOTIVE, TITAN OF THE TIMBER.

      The World Press, Inc., 1971., Denver - First edition. Quarto. Signed by the author and numbered. This is copy 1638. Maroon cloth, gold stamped decorations on front cover and spine, decorated endpapers, ix [3], 486 pp., frontis. [Richard Ward color painting], foreword, illustrated, six full-color paintings, acknowledgments, bibliography, catalogues, maps and atlases, index. The complete history of the Shay locomotive, built by Lima Machine Works of Ohio. Ephraim Shay reasoned that if a small but powerful locomotive could be built to withstand the punishment of temporary trackage, loggers and lumbermen could tap otherwise inaccessible tracts of timber in any season of the year. The lumber industry was in its hey-day and after several years, Shay developed a unique, gear-driven locomotive with vertical pistons that could pull heavy loads up difficult grades and was simple to repair in the woods. Eventually Shay's locomotives came to be used wherever huge loads had to be moved over rough terrain. They found much use in the mining industry as well. The last Shay locomotive was built in 1945 and many are still in use today. Fine in dust jacket. A handsome book and the last word on the subject. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Art International, incorporating the Lugao Review. Vols. XVI-XVIII.

      Lugano, Switzerland: James Fitzsimmons-1974. 1971 - Wraps. Small Folio. Vols. XV-XVII complete, Vol. XVIII, nos. 1-3. Original wraps. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Collected Poems; Edited by Donald Allen, With an Introduction by John Ashbery

      New York: ALfred A. Knopf, 1971. Corners a trifle bent, very good.. Large 8vo, 586pp; unbound. Advance proof consisting of unbound --and partially uncut -- signatures, housed within sample endpapers, with publisher's proof label taped to the front giving the tentative publication date as "Oct. 27th (?)" Scarce, pre-publication state.

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        Oeuvres. Les tragédies. Les comédies. 24 volumes. Complet sur Japon nacré

      1971. Paris, Les éditions d'art Les Heures Claires 1971 - 1974. 24 volumes (12 pour le texte et 12 pour les volumes de suites) in-8 carrés, en feuillets, sous chemises rempliées, doubles étuis éditeur rouge, noir et or. Traduction de François Victor Hugo. Les tragédies : Hamlet : Illustrations de Carzou. Roméo et Juliette - Titus Andronicus : illustrations de Jean-Denis Maclès. Othello : illustrations de Léonor Fini. Macbeth - Antoine et Cléopatre : illustrations de Douking. Coriolan - Timon d'Athènes : illustrations de Yves Brayer. Le roi Lear - Jules César : illustrations de Georges Wakhévitch. Les comédies : Beaucoup de bruit pour rien - La tempête : Illustrations de Lelong. La nuit des rois - Le songe d'une nuit d'été : illustrations de Carzou. La comédie des erreurs - Peines d'Amour perdues : illustrations de Fontanarosa. Comme il vous plaira - Tout est bien qui finit bien : illustrations de Commère. La Mégère apprivoisée - Les deux gentilhommes de Vérone : illustrations de Chapelain-Midy. Le marchand de Venise - Les joyeuses Commères de Windsor : illustrations de Yves Brayer. Tirage limité numéroté à 2950 exemplaire. Celui-ci 1 des 30 exemplaires sur japon nacré auxquels on a ajouté : une décomposition des couleurs, une suite en couleur sur japon, une suite en noir sur japon, numérotés de 11 à 40, et portant le n° 19. Exemplaire en parfaite condition.

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        March

      New York: Harper and Row, 1971. Color lithograph. Image measures 9.25 x 20". Sheet measures 14.75 x 23.75". Unsigned. The original print of artwork from Maurice Sendak's 1963 "Where the Wild Things Are" was part of a boxed set released by Harper and Row in 1971. Entitled "Pictures by Maurice Sendak," the set includes original prints of images from the author's books, here printed on single sheets rather than on two-page spreads. This particular image is entitled "March" and shows the characters parading through the forest. With scales, fangs, and horns, these Wild Things display some of the characteristics that caused controversy for Sendak at the time, as some parents found the drawings too grotesque. Today, the vivid green leaves and finely-rendered fur speak to the author's beloved style, and the character's jubilant poses communicate the emotion for which "Wild Things" is remembered. The print is in very good condition with wide margins as issued. Some wear to corners, not affecting the image. Maurice Sendak (1928-2012) was an American illustrator and writer known for his children's books. Producing illustrations for other authors as well as for television, he is best remembered for "Where the Wild Things Are," which is considered by some to be one of the first contemporary picture books.This print is a lovely example and memento of his work. Scarce.

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        Electronic Revolution 1970-71 (Numbered, Limited Edition)

      Blackmoor Head Press, Cambridge 1971 - First printing of 450 numbered copies of which this is number 192. There was also a deluxe edition of 50 published concurrently. 76 pp., illustrations by Bryon Gysin, layout by Henri Chopin, oversized format (about 8" X 10") in decorated white covers. Text is in English pp.1-39, followed by Chopin's translation from pp. 40-75. No owner's marks, no significant flaws. Some age-darkening and small soil spots to the white covers, modest wear to extremities. Rare and interesting item. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        American Robin. From "The Birds of America" (Amsterdam Edition)

      Amsterdam and New York: Johnson Reprint Corporation and Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, 1971. Colour-printed lithograph, on fine hand-made paper. Excellent condition. In October 1971, employing the most faithful printing method available, the best materials and the ablest craftsmen of their age, the Amsterdam firm of Theatrum Orbis Terrarum Ltd., in conjunction with the Johnson Reprint Corporation of New York, set out to produce the finest possible limited edition facsimile of the greatest bird book ever printed: the Havell edition of John James Audubon's well-loved "Birds of America".The Curators of the Teyler's Museum in Haarlem, Holland made their copy of the original work available for use as a model. The Museum, founded in 1778, bought their copy through Audubon's son as part of the original subscription in 1839. After long deliberation, the extremely complex but highly accurate process of colour photo-lithography was chosen as the appropriate printing method. The best exponents of this art were the renowned Dutch printing firm of NV Fotolitho Inrichting Drommel at Zandvoort who were willing to undertake the task of printing each plate in up to eight different colours.The original Havell edition was published on hand-made rag paper and the publishers were determined that the paper of their edition should match the original. Unhappy with the commercially available papers, they turned to the traditional paper manufacturers G. Schut & Zonen (founded in 1625), who, using 100% unbleached cotton rags, were able to produce a wove paper of the highest quality, with each sheet bearing a watermark unique to the edition: G. Schut & Zonen [JR monogram] Audubon [OT monogram].The publishers and their dedicated team completed their task late in 1972 and the results of these labours were affectionately known as the "Amsterdam Audubon." 250 copies were published and sold by subscription, with the plates available bound or unbound. Given all this careful preparation, it is not surprising that the prints have the look and feel of the original Havell edition.John James Audubon was born in Les Cayes, Haiti on 26 April 1785. From 1788 to 1803 he lived in France until he was sent to the United States to manage an estate that his father had bought in Pennsylvania. He returned to France in 1805, but his fascination with the United States had taken root and he returned again in May 1806. He married Lucy Bakewell in 1808 and together they embarked on a difficult period financially that was only to be resolved, through Audubon's unshakable and justified belief in his own abilities, with the publication of his masterpiece in 1827-1838."The Birds of America" is the single greatest ornithological work ever produced and is the realization of Audubon's dream of traveling throughout the United States recording, natural size, every native bird then known. The 435 double-elephant folio sized plates, printed by the Havells of London, depict some 1,065 different species, the majority drawn from specimens that Audubon himself had captured.The Havell edition was expensive at the time of publication and this has not changed. Possibly the last complete copy which will ever appear on the market sold for a staggering $8,802,500 in a sale in New York in March 2000. Currently, the increasingly rare individual plates from this edition, when they do appear, generally sell for between $5,000 and $175,000 depending on the image. The quality of the Amsterdam Audubon plates is apparent to any discerning collector and it is becoming ever clearer that they offer the most attractive alternative to the Havell edition plates, given the latter's spiraling prices.Cf. Zimmer, p. 22; cf. Bennett, p. 5; cf. Fries, Appendix A; cf. Wood, p. 208; cf. Nissen IVB 51; cf. Sabin 2364; cf. Ripley 13; cf. Tyler, Audubon's Great National Work , 1993, Appendix I.

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        Andria oder Das Mädchen von Andros. Übertragen von Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy.

      Verona, (Officina Bodoni), 1971. Fol. Mit 25 Textholzschnitten von Fritz Kredel nach Albrecht Dürer. 119 S., 1 Bl., OHPgmt. m. goldgepr. Rückentitel u. Deckelvignette, Kopfgoldschnitt u. transparentem OUmschlag in OLwd.-Schuber. Erste Ausgabe. - Nr. 49 von 160 (ges. 170) Exemplaren. - Die Illustrationen wurden von Fritz Kredel nach Vorzeichnungen des jungen Albrecht Dürer in Holz geschnitten. Dürers Zeichnungen waren für eine illustrierte Terenzausgabe bestimmt, die um 1493 vom Basler Drucker Johann Amerbach geplant war, aber nie erschienen ist. Textrevision von Rudolf Hagelstange. Gesetzt in der von Giovanni Mardersteig entworfenen Dante-Schrift. Druck auf unbeschnittenem Magnani-Bütten. - Schuber min. berieben u. mit zwei schwachen kleinen Feuchtigkeitsfleckchen. - Spindler 42/9; Mardersteig 174. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Terentius, Andria oder Das Mädchen von Andros. Übertragen von Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Kredel, Dürer

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