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        The Dukes - The Story of the Men Who have Served in Peace and War with the British Columbia Regiment (D.C.O.) 1883-1973 *SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND MANY OTHER REGIMENTAL MEMBERS*

      The British Columbia Regiment (D.C.O.), Canada 1974 - Signed 438 pages. Author's signature inside front board. "Tells the story of B.C.'s earliest militia units from one of which the British Columbia Regiment has its descent. Describes the Regiment's participation in the South African War and in both World Wars, and much more." - from dust jacket. Includes black and white illustrations, index, bibliography, fatality and casualty lists, repatriated prisoners of war (WWII) list, and list of honour and award winners. This extraordinary copy is signed by an additional 20 people. Signatures upon front free endpaper: LCol David L. Vaughan, CD (World War II Veteran) and former CO (1961 to 1964); LCol Archie M. Steacy, CD, CO (1974 to 1978 incl.); LCol Grant B. Larkin, CD, Former CO (1970 to 1973); Honourary Lt Col John W. Toogood, CD World War II BC Regiment Veteran and former CO (1945-to 1949); Major Ernest Bowmer, MC, RMO (World War II British Army Veteran); Captain Arthur Goodson (World War I and II, BC Regiment Veteran) Musketry Expert; Chief Warrant Officer Kenneth A. Parr, CD, RSM. Signatures upon back free endpaper include: Captain Robert Elrick (attached to BC Regiment from the Royal Canadian Dragoons); Major Robert Stanley (Squadron Commander); Captain Jack D. Drake (Squadron 2 I/C); Lieutenant Eric B. Foster (Troop Officer); Major Donald E. Hein (Officer's Mess President); Lieutenant Robert J. Baylis (Troup Officer); Lieutenant Norman A. Brown (Troop Officer); Lieutenant Robert B. Gauthier (Troop Officer); Master Warrant Officer Roger W. Prouse (SSM); Lieutenant Ralph D. MacRae (Troop Officer); Major Jack Tipton (Squadron Commander); Captain Brent R. Gray (Squadron 2 I/C); Officer Cadet Tom Baker (Troop Officer). Printed name of Lieutenant (Donald) Hilton on front free endpaper. Contents unmarked. Binding sound. Average wear to book. Small faint coffee drop to bottom edge of text. Dust jacket, now preserved in archival-grade Brodart, bears somewhat above-average wear. An exceptional copy. We are indebted to LCol Archie M. Steacy, CD, CO (1974 to 1978) for his generous assistance in identifying the signatures in this copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Chahine illustrateur (1874-1947). Catalogue raisonné.

      Paris: Librairie Auguste Blaizot. 1974 - Deluxe ed. 2 vols. 166 pp. and separate portfolio with 7 etchings and drypoints. 4to. Bound in caramel cloth. Catalogue raisonné published in a limited edition of 330 copies. This is number 125. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Maria tu sais. . Trente-cinq poèmes d'amour. (4) Lithographies (en couleurs) André Masson.

      edité par Adolf Hürlimann, distribution par Hans Bolliger,, Zurich, 1974 - Zurich, edité par Adolf Hürlimann, distribution par Hans Bolliger, 1974. 32,7x25,3 cm. 5 f., 35 p., 5 f. + 1 f. errata. En feuilles, sous cartonnage. 1/113 exemplaires numérotés (tirage 138 expl.). - Signé par Lassaigne, Masson et Hürlimann. - Bel exemplaire. - Annexéune suite: 4 lithographies originales (44x31 cm) sur japon, signées par Masson et numérotées (e.a. 8/11). Sprache: Französisch [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein]
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        Maria, tu sais

      Adolf Hurlimann, Zurich 1974 - Trente-cinq poèmes d'amour. Edition originale illustré de 4 lithographies en couleurs d'André Masson (cm 24,5x31,5). Livre signé par le poète, l'artiste e l'éditeur Dal Catalogo Generale dei Libri Illustrati "André Masson. The Illustrated Books": Reasons of health probably prevented Masson from executing original lithographs when he intended to do so (the 1960s and 1970s). In this period Masson would make, after his preparatory sketches, a finished color drawing. He would then trace the main outline of this finished maquette and apply a special red crayon on the verso of the transparent tracing paper which could be transferred to the plate as a guide. Using this guide, Masson would then draw his original lithograph freely, creating new lines and any flourishes he desired as he worked. The color maquette would further serve as a guide for drawing the color plates. pp. 16 quartini sciolti Ouvrage tiré sur vélin de Rives. Les lithographies ont été tirées sur les presses de J. E. Wolfensberger, la typographie en Helvetica corps 12 est de Adolf Hurlimann, Zurich [Saphire, Cramer, 1994] Prima ed. di 113 + XXV es. numerati e firmati [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marini ALAI - ILAB]
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        LE SEPTIEME CHANT [Lbc]

      Societe Internationale D'Art Xxe [1974], Paris - Color Illustrations; Folio 13" - 23" tal; #158/210 signed by both Jouffroy & Masson on the colophon. Folio, orig. Wrappers, orig. Red cloth slipcase & chemise. With 4 engraved plates by Masson. Loose as issued. Some dampstaining to slipcase, otherwise clean & bright. Contents FINE. ; Signed by All Authors; 3 [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        The Hill Collection of Pacific Voyages

      San Diego: University of California Press, 1974-83 3 volumes: xv+333 pages with 12 facsimile reproductions, including frontispiece; xviii+290 pages with 11 facsimile reproductions, including frontispiece; xii+140 pages. Small quarto (10 1/2" x 7 /14") issued in blue sailcloth. Volume one limited to 100 copies which are numbered (this is 59) and signed by the former owner Kenneth Hill. Volume II is limited to 750 unnumbered copies and volume III, the index to the first two volumes, is limited to 900 copies. Annotations by Jonathan A Hill. 1st edition.The Hill collection was one of the finest private collections of books and manuscripts on Pacific voyages assembled in our generation. Collected by Kenneth E Hill, of New York, and placed on deposit in the ultramodern Central University of Library of the University of California at San Diego, the Collection covers nearly all of the important explorations and discoveries made in the Pacific area and in the western North and South America up to 1855. The collection of 950 titles is especially rich in English, French, Russian, and American accounts. As befits a collection of this stature, quality craftsmanship in printing and binding completes this unique scholarly bibliography. Condition:Points gently rubbed else a very good to fine copy issued without jackets.

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        The Hill Collection of Pacific Voyages [3 Volumes]

      San Diego: University Library, University of California 1974-1983, 1st Editions limited to 1000 copies Volume I; 800 copies Volume II and 950 copies Volume III. () 766pp. Near fine, no dust jacket. Three volumes Octavo in original blue cloth with endpaper maps, colour frontispiece (Volume II) and facsimile illustrations from maps, etc.Volume I slightly age darkened Volumes II and II fine. NB. This is a multi volume set. Shipping to be charged at actual rate Please inquire with your mailing address. Insurance extra. The first volume listed all books included in the Hill Collection as of 1973, the second volume all those added up to 1982, and the final volume is a two part chronological and general index for the first two volumes. Compiled and Edited by Ronald Louis Silveira De Braganza--Volume III. Edited, with annotation by Ronald Louis Silveira De Braganza (Volume II)..

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        Documents on the International Court of Justice

      A. W. Sijthoff, Leiden 1974 - A near fine copy of the extraordinarly rare first hard cover edition, lacking a dust-jacket (perhaps as issued). The text is wholly unmarked, pristine, and the green cloth binding with gilt lettering is remarkably bright and fresh in appearance. A brilliant copy of this important work. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Works on Paper]
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        America

      Straight Arrow 1974 - Published in San Francisco by Straight Arrow in 1974. First edition (no indication of later printing). This copy is INSCRIBED by Steadman on the copyright pages, "To Herb Berkeley From Ralph Steadman 12.7.74" with a drawing. Book near fine, except for slight wear at spine ends and corners, some light damp staining at top of front cover, and small stain mirrored on front paste-down and free endpaper. Also, small tear on copyright page from Steadman's signature. DJ very good, light chipping at ends of spine and corners, light edgewear, 1" tear at top edge of front, .5" diagonal tear at top edge of rear, and a few light creases and scratches on rear. With an introduction by Hunter S. Thompson. DJ price reads $19.95. We will provide a certificate of authenticity for this item. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bookbid]
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        The Killer Angels (SIGNED Plus NOTE & SIGNED MOVIE TIE-INS)

      David McKay, New York 1974 - 1st Edition/2nd stated Printing (August 1974). SIGNED by Michael Shaara on bookplate attached to title page. Scarce signature from Pulitzer winner. Also includes laid-in a original handwritten (unsigned) note from Shaara: "To Dan Montemarano: I'm going back to Rutgers one of these days for a talk- maybe I'll see you there- best of luck". Cloth on spine is creased/rippled (probably binding error). DJ lightly rubbed with 1" closed tear on rear lower edge and front lower corner, and faint sunning to spine. $8.95 price present on DJ flap. Also includes laid-in three photocopies of signed letters from author to seller. One is a Sept.1981 typed signed letter, to seller from Shaara talking about his novels; story of how his original family name of 'Sciarra' was changed to 'Shaara' and ends mentioning the possibility of making a movie of 'The Killer Angels'. The second letter is xerox copy of signed letter on author's stationary: "April 14, 1982. Dear Dan: I was up in New York last week in March --cold? Hoo! Story is that Robert Redford is interested in doing the Chamberlain part of the movie, and now has put a real kick into making enough money to produce it, so maybe it'll get going. Also, Robert Duvall was given the script, asked to play Longstreet, but he wants Lee. Don't know what that means. But things are moving, and thought you'd like to know. Also, I saw the play, AMADEUS, in NY. Seen that? I recommend it. Amazing. And sure is true. Well, hope you got through that winter in one piece. Only time I like Florida, truly, is January, Feb, and parts of March. Best, Michael Shaara". The third photocopied letter is undated on Shaara's Melbourne FL personal stationay: "Sorry this took so long. I just haven't been here much. You may like to know I signed a movie option on The Herald -- although I did that four times with The Killer Angels and it hasn't worked out yet. Again -- sorry. Michael Shaara". Novel was basis for film "Gettysburg". Includes several signed items related to 1993 Ronald Maxwell movie. Includes laid-in a small B&W photo SIGNED by Martin Sheen (who played Gen. Robert E. Lee). Includes laid-in a bookplate SIGNED by actor Kevin Conway (played Sgt. Buster Kilrain). Laid-in is a bookplate SIGNED by actor Jeff Daniels (played Col. Joshua Chamberlain). Laid-in is a bookplate SIGNED by Cooper Huckabee (played Gen, Henry T. Harrison). Includes laid-in a small color photo SIGNED by Ted Turner (played Col. Walter T. Patton). Also includes laid-in a bookplate SIGNED by famed documentary film maker Ken Burns (who played one of General Hancock's aides). Also includes laid-in a SIGNED bookplate from Shaara's novelist son Jeff Shaara, author of Civil War 'Gods and Generals'. Pulitzer Prize winning novel. Special copy for the Shaara-Killer Angels-Gettsburg fan or collector. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Daniel Montemarano]
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        The World of Psmith

      London: Barrie & Jenkins [0-214-20000-0] 1974, 1st edition. (Hardcover) Near fine in dust jacket. ... (Humor).

      [Bookseller: Grant Thiessen / BookIT Inc.]
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        Typed Poem and Autograph Note Signed to Alan Helms

      - Four line Typed Poem, "The Poem That Self-Destructs," below which is a note to author and model Alan Helms: "Allen [sic], Thanks for inviting me to your party. I wrote the above -- a seedling -- while at the party and felt you should have it. The girl is actual -- tall, blond hair, black trousers, white shirt. The moment of Poetry is important. Never spoke to her. Take care. Best, Gerard." The poem, needless to say, is about the face of a beautiful girl. Dated in Boston in 1974. A couple of small coffee stains have very slightly smeared a couple of letters, else near fine. Alan Helms was a handsome model who turned into an academic and wrote an autobiography of his ascendance in the New York gay scene. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Chang Dai-chien's Paintings. Selection of Paintings by Chang Dai Chien

      Taipei: National Museum of History, 1974 - Quarto, 29*22cm, 118pp. Illustrated with 102 paintings. Hardcover in original plastic dustjacket. No slipcase. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Flowers in a vase on a ledge in a recess, including a red anemone, three bi-colour carnations, four old-fashioned roses, a yellow day-lily, sweet peas, and four irises (an iris susiana, and three breadless irises), with a single green irridescent beetle on the ledge to the right of the vase

      A delightful tour-de-force on vellum by an 18th century English botanical artist working in the Flemish style. Simson is a rare example of an English botanical artist working in the Flemish or Dutch style, perhaps best exemplified by his contemporary Jan van Huysum. Simson's immediate contemporary in England, Georg Dionysius Ehret, painted with an overriding concern for scientific accuracy; Simson's ideal, aptly shown with this watercolour on vellum, was to create an aesthetically pleasing composition while still paying due attention to the accurate depiction of his subjects. The composition of the present work is masterful: the fluted vase stands in shadowy recess, some rose petals have fallen to the marbled shelf and are being investigated by a glistening green iridescent beetle. The beetle, representing the untamed natural world, forms a contrast to the formal man-made arrangement of the flowers in the vase. The flowers are an opulent extravaganza of colour and texture: the Susiana iris being the most dramatic bloom whose spectactularly speckled petals are balanced by the butter yellow of the day-lily, whilst the whole composition is beautifully lit by a soft morning light causing the remaining dew-drops from the fresh-picked flowers to stand out. Simson's work is known from two other still-lifes in the Broughton Collection in the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, England. Both of these undated works are in a landscape format and are mounted on panels of oak veneer. Fitzwilliam Museum A First selection of Flower Drawings from the Broughton Collection (1974) item 32. Watercolour, gouache and gum arabic, on vellum laid onto a wooden panel, signed lower right "J:A: Simson. fecit 1745

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        YOGANANDA Autobiography oil painting

      1974 - Oil Painting being made available to the public.Make offer

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        The Wandering Tattler

      The Perishable Press, Driftless, WI 1974 - Tall narrow folio, half bound in blue leather with gold stamping, and cased in a black cloth covered slipcase. Number 31, in a total edition of 130. Signed by the poet, and accompanied by drawings by Ellen Lanyon. Beautifully printed by hand on handmade Shadwell paper. In my estimation, this is one of the innovative, inspiring and influential press's loveliest productions. As Veatchs Arts of the Book (much more careful and watchful readers than me) have pointed out, early editions of this title (of which this is one) end the humorous colophon with "besides being a good gynecologist he is a word freak." Copies printed later in the edition changed that wording to "being a good gynecologist, he has a good eye for details." [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Wandering Tattler. Illustrated by Ellen Lanyon.

      Driftless, WI: Perishable Press, (1974). - 13 1/4 x 7 1/4. 36 pages (28 printed) on various Shadwell papers handmade by Hamady. Blue morocco spine titled in gold, black cloth boards. Black cloth slipcase. Panel of case has some small punctures along the bottom. Aside from two miniscule, barely perceptible scratches at spine base, the book is fine. Signed by Wakowski. No. 114 of 130 copies printed in Zapf Palatino in green, pastel orange, red, brown, black, yellow, blue, maroon, pink, & white--requiring innumerable press runs. Hamady mixed the inks to match the birds' colors. The last line of the colophon thanking the proof-reader reads ".being a good gynecologist. he has a good eye for details." Copy no. 9 at the University of Buffalo reads ".besides being a good gynecologist he is a word freak." [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Die Hand erinnert sich.

      St. Gallen, Switzerland: Erker Galerie. 1974 - Original lithograph by Antoni Tàpies with facing text by Alexander Mitscherlich (1908-1982) in his own lithographically reproduced handwriting. 39 x 57 cm. One of 200 copies signed and numbered by Tàpies on BFK Rives. From Erker-Treffen 2. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        The Silent Cry [Signed 2x] [Ma'en Gannen no Futtoboru]

      Tokyo: Kodansha International Ltd. [Printed in Japan; Distributed in the US by Harper & Row], 1974. First edition. Hardcover. Fine/fine. A Fine copy of the first edition, first printing (front board's upper right corner tapped), in a Very Good + to Near Fine dust jacket (small rub to the frong panel's upper right corner, small rub to the spine tail, short tear where the lower front panel joins the flap turn), SIGNED TWICE BY KENZABURO OE on the title page, once in Japanese characters, and once in English characters; text in English. First published in Japan and there titled "Ma'en Gannen no Futtoboru" (1967), the novel centers on a man, Mitsu, whose younger brother's return from America saves the protagonist from drowning in the flood of disasters which have beset him. Mitsu's best friend has just committed suicide, and his wife has given birth to a deformed baby -- which tragic event sends her on the path to alcoholism. At the younger brother's instigation, the family then leaves the city to start a new life, returning to its ancestral village and to its ancestral past whereupon past and present interweave in their lives. Kenzaburo Oe won the 1994 Nobel Prize in Literature as an author "who with poetic force creates an imagined world, where life and myth condense to form a disconcerting picture of the human predicament today". In his speech presenting the Prize to Oe, Professor Kjell Espmark, Member of the Swedish Academy, used "The Silent Cry" as the primary exemplar of Oe's work and as a springboard to discuss Oe's other books. Signed copies of this important work are quite scarce. An altogether Very Good + to Near Fine copy of a work which significantly contributed to Oe's winning the Prize, SIGNED TWICE BY KENZABURO OE. QUITE SCARCE INDEED.

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        Souvenirs

      New York: William Morrow. (1974). First. First edition. Oblong folio. Cloth clamshell case with loose signature laid in, complete, along with the separate Signed print by Hamilton. Spine lettering on the case rubbed, else near fine in fairly worn, publisher's original unprinted cardboard slipcase (not shown in illustration). One of 2500 copies. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Sculptures. Farbige Lithographie.

      - 1974. 47 : 60,5 cm auf Arches mit Wasserzeichen Maeght 54,5 : 76,5 cm. Cramer, Miro Lithograph V, 950. – Auflage in unbestimmter Höhe mit der Signatur Miros im Stein unten rechts. – Verleger: Maeght Editeur, Paris. Drucker: Arte Adrien Maeght, Paris.

      [Bookseller: Gerhard Zähringer, Antiquariat & Galerie]
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        ohne Titel. Siebsdruck, gerahmt.

      1974 1974 - 60 x 85 cm, Tadell. Nr. 13 von 50 Exemplaren. Unten rechts vom Künstler signiert u dat. Roman Clemens, Bühnenbildner und Theater-Architekt (1910 - 1992), 1927-1931 Schüler am Bauhaus (Lehrer: P. Klee, W. Kandinsky, O. Schlemmer), 1931 Bauhaus-Diplom Nr. 39. Danach bis 1932 Bühnenbildner in Dessau. Von 1932 - 1943 Bühnenbildner am Opernhaus Zürich. Ab 1945 verschiedene Projekt für das Raumtheater, Internat. Ausstellungen. 600 gr. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

      Published by Olivetti, Milan 1974 - , 119 pages, index at rear, colour frontispiece and numerous full-page illustrations in black & white, plus illustrated endpapers in black & white, states at rear of book 'This Olivetti edition, first published in 1974, is an unabridged republication of the work published by Penguin Books Ltd., London.', possibly a publisher's copy as also states 'this book is not for sale' at rear First Edition thus , small hole in cloth at lower front board and some light marks externally, a bit of abrasion to half title page, pages and illustrations nice and clean, book in very good condition , pink cloth with oval pictorial inlay to front, white titles at spine Quarto Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Transformation

      1974. Color serigraph. Signed in pencil and annotated "State proof." Image 40 x 29 cm. Printed on wide margined handmade rag paper.

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        A Pageant of Birds

      Albondocani Press, New York 1974 - First edition. Photographic self-wrappers. Fine. Copy number 2 of 5 copies marked "out of series" and Signed by the author. The out of series copies were given to personal friends of the publisher. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER.

      Methuen Children's Books.London.,1974 - FIRST COLOUR EDITION.Large 8vo (9.5 x 6.4 inches).Originally published in 1928,uncoloured,Shepard coloured his own line illustrations for this edition.A fine clean copy in fine leather binding of recent full dark green morocco,spine with five raised bands,the compartments ruled,decorated,and lettered in gilt.Single gilt ruled border on boards.Top edge gilt.Colour map endapers bound in at front,but with the outer top corner cut off about 1 inch in(just touching the "e" of To North Pole).Overall a lovely copy of this classic.:

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster. - ABA & PBFA Member.]
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        Carroll Lewis, Almansi Guido (curatore)

      Franco Maria Ricci, Parma 1974 - i segni dell'uomo. In 4 (35x23) Rilegatura In seta nera Orient, con plancetta a colori, impressioni in oro e cofanetto 189 pp. 41 Tavole/ fotografie applicate. in 3000 Copie Numerate Carta Ingres azzurra. La passione di Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (vero nome di Carroll) per le ragazze e le bambine, la sua collezione di foto di bambine di Oscar Rejlander, le foto che lo stesso Dodgson scattò e altri elementi della sua biografia hanno da lungo tempo portato alla nascita di teorie sulla sua presunta pedofilia, sebbene pochissimi siano arrivati a suggerire che Dodgson abbia mai oltrepassato i confini dell'amore platonico per le sue giovani amiche.in questa opera vengono riportate le corrispondenze tra l'autore e le sue bambine, e alcune delle fotografie che egli stesso scattò. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [7" vinyl record]: Hey Joe (Version) [and] Piss Factory

      [New York]: Mer Records. 1974. Original 7" vinyl 45 RPM record. Fine in modestly age-toned, good plain white sleeve (as issued). Signed by Patti Smith on the white sleeve. Patti Smith's first vinyl single, "Hey Joe" and "Piss Factory" on the B side, produced by Lenny Kaye for Robert Mapplethorpe. A very uncommon record. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        THE DIVINERS. Signed.

      McClelland & Stewart Ltd., Toronto 1974 - First Edition of this Governor General's Award winning novel warmly Inscribed by Margaret Laurence to her friend[s] & McGill professor & Hawthorne scholar, Hugo McPherson and his wife on the title-page. 'Hugo and Louise - who remember the river and the swallows. With love, Margaret Laurence'. A fine copy in light gray cloth, gilt titles to the spine in a near fine price-clipped dustwrapper. Thick 8vo. 382 pp. Warwick A5, Spadoni, Donnelly 2560. A wonderful association copy of the fifth book in the Manawaka series. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        One Special Summer

      New York: Delacorte Press. 1974. First. First edition. Introduction by Lee Bouvier Radziwill. Folio. Illustrated blue textured paper over boards in slipcase with applied photograph. Fine in slightly age-toned slipcase. One of 500 unnumbered copies Signed by both Jacqueline and Lee Bouvier. Travel journal. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Las Ensenanzas de Don Juan (Una Forma Yaqui de Conocimiento) [The Teachings of Don Juan]

      Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Economica. (1974). First. First edition in Spanish. Translation by Juan Tovar. Introduction by Octavo Paz. Fine in fine dustwrapper. The first book in this series, published six years earlier in English by the University of California. Very scarce. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        My Life and My Films (Signed First Edition)

      Atheneum, New York 1974 - First Edition. INSCRIBED by Jean Renoir on the title page: "To Dan and Estelle Rocklin. / Best wishes, / Jean Renoir." Garson Kanin writes of the book: "Jean Renoir's book is a Jean Renoir film. I can think of no higher praise." Renoir went from sitting for his father's paintings as a boy to becoming the famed director of some of the twentieth century's most revered films, including "The Grand Illusion," "The Rules of the Game," and "The River." In short , episodic vignettes, Renoir fondly recounts many of his experiences, including the inspirational role Baroque music played in the conception of "The Rules of the Game," the on-set shooting conditions of "Swamp Water," attending anti-Hitler meetings in his youth, and memories of many filmmakers and actors. Jacket has some creasing to one corner of the rear flap, else Fine and unread in a Fine dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Rats - SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR

      New English Library, London 1974 - Hardback - First edition - A near fine book tightly bound in brown cloth with unfaded gilt lettering to the spine. The pages are lightly toned (but much less than normally encountered). The book has been signed by the author to the title page. No other previous owner names or inscriptions. The book may be an unread copy as the front and rear boards show resistance when opened. Small indentation to the centre of the rear board. The d/w is in near fine condition, free of any tears or chips and priced at £1.95net to the front flap as called for. Slightly faded to the bottom 1" of the wrappers spine. A lovely example of a very scarce book, and the first appearence in print by the author James Herbert. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: West Hull Rare Books - P.B.F.A.]
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        THE RATS

      London: New English Library Ltd 1974 - First edition, first printing. Original brown cloth with gilt titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. An excellent near fine copy, without inscriptions or stamps, the pages tanned as always. Complete with the near fine lightly rubbed and creased dustwrapper. Without fading of the spine and not price-clipped. A bright copy of the author’s first book. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: LUCIUS BOOKS (ABA, ILAB, PBFA)]
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        De Kooning

      Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.: Harry N Abrams Inc 1974 - A very fine copy in a very fine jacket/brodart covered. First Edition. A very nice copy. No tears, no chips to jacket. No bumped corners. No creased pages. Copy is in like new condition. 226 Illustrations 65 plates in full color. ***Please Note that this item cannot be shipped overseas.*** = WE BOX AND SHIP ALL BOOKS WITH DELIVERY CONFIRMATION. = WE HAVE BEEN BUYING AND SELLING USED BOOKS FOR OVER 33 YEARS. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Booklegger's Used Books ABAA]
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        EUROPEAN DISCOVERY OF AMERICA: THE SOUTHERN VOYAGES

      1974 - MORISON, SAMUEL ELIOT. THE EUROPEAN DISCOVERY OF AMERICA: THE SOUTHERN VOYAGES: 1492-1616. 758pp. New York: Oxford University Press, 1974. Inscribed presentation copy to his daughter. In addition there are three typed carbon copy pages with a few ink corrections, of a version what appears to be final pages of the book. Jacket has some sunning to spine.

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company, inc.o ABAA]
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        STUPA

      Long Beach, California: Long Beach Museum of Art, 1974. First ed. McCafferty, Jay D.. $to., (1) pp, 25 cards, illustrated from photographs, printed both verso and recto to form a time-lapse sequence showing the movement of the sun and waves on a Stupa placed on the beach. The cards are housed in a Ful-vu window binder where they may be viewed, forward or reversed, as in a flip-book. Fine, in the slightly rubbed original Ful-vu box. Stupa comes from Sanskrit, literally meaning a "heap"; practically, it is a mound-like structure containing Buddhist relics, and used as a place of meditation.The single printed leaf contains a brief statement by Tony DeLap, a chronology and exhibition list for the photographer, and is signed by the photographer and numbered from a total edition of 200 copies. OCLC locates a single copy at NYPL.

      [Bookseller: Andrew Cahan: Bookseller, Ltd ]
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        BIRDS & ANIMALS.

      Gehenna Press, 1974. - 15 x 11 3/4. 140 leaves: title, colophon, and 66 wood engravings, woodcuts, and linoleum cuts by Leonard Baskin printed one to a leaf on Troya, and interleaved with backing sheets, plus 5 blanks. Signed by Baskin in the colophon. An unbound binder's copy with 64 of the prints signed by Baskin. Housed in a handsome cloth && decorated paper traycase. Fine, with prospectus. A delightful range of Baskin's creatures from sea, land, and air. Printed by Harold McGrath in black, dark blue, dark green, and red. The image sizes range from less than an inch to 7 or 8 inches. Many of the blocks appeared in earlier works ( such as A Little Book of Natural History); some were separately issued, or used for bookplates or pressmarks & other ephemera. Both The Work of Fifty Years and the prospectus call for 65 prints (not the 66 present here). Of 50 copies printed, a few (the prospectus says 5) copies had all the prints signed. These were offered in 1974 for $2500. Apparently not all 50 sets were bound or sold. There were three binders for the edition. This set of sheets belonged to one of the binders. Rare. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Veatchs Arts of the Book, ABAA]
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        Chess Tournament Crosstables

      Gaige, Philadelphia 1974 - 4 volumes: Volume (1851-1900) iv+166+[27 unnumbered] pages with bibliography and appendix; Volume 2 1900-1910 v[1]+[167]-354+[2]pages; Volume 3 (1911-1920) iv+[355]-520A+[2 unnumbered] pages; Volume 4 (1921-1930) iii+[350A]+[496A]+[520B]+[521]-920+xvi pages. Octavo (8 3/4" x 6") issued in blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine and front cover. Over 375 cross-tables, including a list of tournaments in series. (Lusis: 1382) Volume 1 second printing, volumes 2, 3 and 4 first editions. Issued in four volumes over a period of various dates. Condition: Corners bumped and rubbed, spine ends and hinges rubbed, gilt dulled. Volume A very good set issued without jackets. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Book Collector, Inc.]
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        All the President's Men

      Simon and Schuster 1974 - A fine first edition, first printing (with complete row of numbers to 1 on copyright page), in a fine dust jacket. Inscribed by Carl Bernstein on the front free endpaper. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bookbid]
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