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        Black Sunday - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      G. P. Putnam's Sons New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1975. First Edition; First Printing. Cloth. 0399114432 . First Edition, First Printing, foxing to page edges in still Very Good condition in alike lightly soiled dustjacket, with a few tears to spine. SIGNED by Thomas Harris on the front end paper and affectionately inscribed to his childhood friend's mom in the year of publication. A desirable association copy; Thomas Harris' portrait of an Israeli anti-terrorist agent attempting to stop terrorist organization Black September and a disgruntled Vietnam vet in their pursuit to commit a terrorist attack at the Super Bowl. Basis for the major motion picture starring Robert Shaw, Bruce Dern, and Marthe Keller; Signed by Author .

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        The Philosophy of Andy Warhol (From A to B and Back Again)

      Harcourt Brace Jovanovich New York; (1975): Harcourt Brace Jovanovich First printing, signed by Andy Warhol with his full signature, an initial in lower right corner and a small drawing. 241pp., bound in yellow paper covered boards backed in orange cloth, spine lettering white and black. A fie bright copy in near fine unclipped dust jacket with bubble flaw on front flap. Very nice.. First Edition. Octavo.

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        Personnage

      [1975 circa] Litografia originale a colori, mm.470x590 relativi alla sola parte incisa + margini bianchi in barbe. Prova d'Artista contrassegnata a matita in basso a sin. 'E. A. pour Mourlot cordialement Man Ray' Ottimo stato.

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        ILIADE.

      Delfino - Edizioni d'Arte 1975 Episodi scelti e tradotti da SALVATORE QUASIMODO; illustrati con 26 tavole da GIORGIO DE CHIRICO; presentazione di ALFONSO GATTO; la scultura in copertina è opera di GUIDO VEROI.Volume di cm. 50 x 35; pp. 147 con finalini ornati; carta fabbricata a mano nelle cartiere Magnani di Pescia; legatura artigianale "alla cappuccina" in pelle naturale di capra con iscrizioni e fregi in oro fino; bassorilievo in bronzo dorato antico di GUIDO VEROI applicato al piatto anteriore opera dello stabilimento Johnson di Milano. Il volume è illustrato da 25 tavole a colori a commento del testo (+ 1 tavola fuori testo) di GIORGIO DE CHIRICO di cm. 27 x 37 su fogli di cm. 36 x 46 raccolte a parte in cofanetto in legno di ulivo con chiusura magnetica. Il tutto è contenuto in un mezzo cofanetto di legno rivestito in pelle scamosciata. L'insieme è in condizioni ottime. Dell'opera sono stati prodotti 1500 esemplari numerati progressivamente da 1 a 1500 (il nostro n. 0253), 21 esemplari ad personam contraddistinti da lettere dalla A alla Z, 350 esemplari contraddistinti da numeri arabi riservati per l'estero.

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        Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev in Lucifer by Martha Graham.

      Orig. colourlithographed ballet poster. The Martha Graham Dance Company, Uris Theatre, New York, June 1975. 78 x 53,5 cm.. M 1050

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        One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

      HBO/Cannon Video NY: HBO/Cannon Video. (n.d). A VHS tape of the 1975 Academy Award-winning movie based on Kesey's novel. Signed by Kesey on the case, over the picture of Jack Nicholson, who himself won an Academy Award for the lead role. The fact that it is signed over the photo of Nicholson may be a statement on Kesey's part: he was known to have hated the casting of Nicholson as McMurphy and reportedly even considered having his own name taken off the movie in protest. He had thought that a more physically imposing actor, such as Gene Hackman, would have been more appropriate than Nicholson. Kesey's son, Zane, said that this was the only copy of the movie he had ever heard of being signed by his father, because of how thoroughly unhappy with the film he was. Fine in a very good, rubbed case, with a small sticker removal abrasion. Needless to say, scarce signed. . First Edition.

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        Makes Sense

      Angel Hair Books (New York): Angel Hair Books. 1975. First. First edition. Cover art by George Schneeman. Quarto. Side-stapled in mimeographed wrappers. Some soiling, foxing, and a small stain, all on front wrap, still very good or better. One of 400 copies (of a total edition of 426). This copy Inscribed by Greenwald to "Simon", and is additionally Signed by Allen Ginsburg in 1975. .

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        Inventive Clothes 1909-1939

      Kyoto Chamber of Commerce and Industry Kyoto: Kyoto Chamber of Commerce and Industry. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine. FIRST EDITON and RARE LIMITED EDITION, sumptuously illustrated with over 150 folio color photographic plates of fashion designs. Printed in Kyoto, Japan in conjunction with the "Inventive Clothes" exhibition at the National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto. (The exhibition was originally held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.) With essay "Fashion is the Avant Garde of Circumstance" by Diana Vreeland, who was also the special consultant for the exhibition, and featuring the designs of some of the leading figures in fashion including Paul Poiret and Gabrielle Chanel.Kyoto: Kyoto Chamber of Commerce and Industry, 1975. Folio, original pink cloth with gilt lettering; original slipcase. A hint of bowing to book. A fine copy. RARE: Although the limitation is unspecified, this edition rarely appears on the market.

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        WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE

      1975. 1. SENDAK,MAURICE. WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE. NY: Harper & Row, 1963. Oblong 4to (10 1/8 x 9 1/4"), cloth backed pictorial boards, Fine in dust wrapper with $4.95 price, rear flap notes that this edition was reprinted from new engravings made from the original art. THIS COPY IS INSCRIBED BY SENDAK WITH A WONDERFUL 4 1/2" PEN DRAWING OF A WILD THING, DATED 1975. CALDECOTT AWARD WINNER..

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        Makes Sense

      (New York): Angel Hair Books 1975. First edition. Cover art by George Schneeman. Quarto. Side-stapled in mimeographed wrappers. Some soiling, foxing, and a small stain, all on front wrap, still very good or better. One of 400 copies (of a total edition of 426). This copy Inscribed by Greenwald to "Simon", and is additionally Signed by Allen Ginsburg in 1975.

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        My Day: 3 Pieces

      Frank Hallman New York: Frank Hallman. 1975. First. First edition. Fine in boards. One of 26 lettered copies Signed by the author. Scarce. .

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        Michelangiolo Buonarroti.

      Con 17 incisioni in rame di MARC DAUTRY; edizione critica delle poesie e delle lettere, note e prefazione di ENZO NOE' GIRARDI.2 voll. di cm. 35 x 45; pp. 227,233 con numerose illustrazioni nel testo e 17 incisioni originali su rame su fogli sciolti protette da velina e firmate dall'artista, di cui una a doppia pagina (fissato al volume il ritratto di Michelangelo in antiporta); legatura in tutta pelle con rinforzi in cuoio e chiusura a portafoglio assicurata da legacci; titoli oro al dorso e al piatto; sguardie doppie in raso e con la riproduzione del manoscritto di Michelangelo con le "ricette per il mal d'occhi". La presente edizione con 17 tavv.incise in rame di Marc Dautry è stata stampata in 2000 esemplari su carta a mano Grand Velin d'Arches delle Cartiere Arches.Le incisioni in rame sono state stampate in torchio a mano dal maestro stampatore Manuel Robbe.Il carattere del testo Caslon Two Lines Pica è stato fuso appositamente per questa edizione dalla fonderia Caslon Radiguer di Parigi su matrici originali del 1734. La composizione a mano, l'impaginazione e la stampa tipografica sono state eseguite dai maestri tipografi Yvette e Jean Paul Vivert. La legatura è stata eseguita dalla Legatoria Conti Borbone di Milano. Dalla rubrica delle tiratura si evince che il nostro è una dei 1820 esemplari con incisioni stampate su carta d'Arches (il nostro n. 430) in cui però l'ex libris (asportato dai figli del precedente proprietario) era in argento.Il tutto in ottime condizioni: unico difetto da segnalare è un'ombra di umido sul lato della tavola VI.

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        [High School Yearbook]: 1975 Kalibarb: The Kalibre [bound with several issues of] The Barblet

      DeKalb High School DeKalb, IL: DeKalb High School. 1975. First. First and only edition. Screwbound printed yellow binder. Quarto. The wrapperbound yearbook, The Kalibre, bound with ten of twelve possible issues of the school newspaper, The Barblet (lacking issues seven and ten), for author Richard Powers's (here referred to mostly as Rick Powers) senior year of high school. Slight tears in the yellow cloth binder, some pages well-thumbed, student inscriptions in the yearbook, and a couple of leaves loose but sound, a very good example. Powers is pictured on at least three pages in the yearbook, twice in band pictures, and once in the National Honor Society, although curiously, he is not represented by a senior class picture. According to biographies of Powers he spent much of his high school time in Thailand, and only returned to DeKalb to finish high school, and was perhaps thus not present for the photo. He also appears at least three times in the issues of The Barblet, twice playing the cello, and once at a National Honor Society Assembly (we have by no means exhaustively searched the bound volume and may have missed other appearances). According to our research, Powers is the second most important graduate of the high school, after supermodel Cindy Crawford. .

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        River-Crossing Pa Ndau

      The Hmong people of Laos are a tribal people in the highlands of Southeast Asia. They were recruited by the C.I.A. to fight against the communist Vietnamese and Pathet Lao in the 1960s, and they suffered the highest casualty rate of any group in the war. After the victories of the North Vietnamese and the Pathet Lao in 1975, the communist governments retaliated against the "traitors." Many Hmong were killed and others fled across the Mekong River into Thailand, seeking freedom, or at least refuge. For a period of time, the largest population of Hmong in the world, outside of Laos, existed in a Thailand refugee camp. A number resettled in the West, including tens of thousands in the U.S. Pa ndau is a traditional Hmong textile folk art -- "pa" is Hmong for flower, "ndau" for cloth. Decorated cloths can be as small as postage stamps or as large as quilts and can incorporate various kinds of stitcheries, as well a various images or patterns. The central image of a pa ndau generally tells a story. One thematic development in traditional Hmong pa ndau since the end of the Vietnam war was the "river-crossing" pa ndau, representing the flight from Laos across the Mekong River and into Thailand. Approximately 34" x 34", this embroidered pa ndau shows a traditional scene of village life in the highlands of Laos, with planting, cooking, and other traditional activities taking place, followed by -- as one approaches the foreground -- the arrival of armed Pathet Lao soldiers herding villagers at gunpoint. Still closer to the foreground, a number of villagers have escaped into the river, some on rafts, some in boats, some floating singly. On the other side of the river, they are greeted by Thai troops, and escorted to safety in Thai vehicles. The unnamed artist who created this pa ndau escaped from a Pathet Lao prison camp with her children, hiding out in the forest for several weeks until she was eventually recaptured; her captors knocked her teeth out with rifle butts after her recapture. She eventually escaped again and made it across the river, finally emigrating to the U.S. River-crossing pa ndau -- a modern expression of a traditional Hmong art-are extremely scarce, and this is a particularly dramatic example. Fine. . First Edition.

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        LONDON WAS YESTERDAY. 1934-1939. Signed

      New York: The Viking Press, 1975 First Edition (Drutman, Irving, Ed.). Signed by Janet Flanner on the front free endpaper. A fine copy in 1/4 black cloth over red paper covered boards, gilt titles to the spine in a bright, fresh pictorial dustwrapper. Small 4to. 160 pp. A classic selection of Janet Flanner's ("Genêt"), Letter From London articles, originally published in The New Yorker Magazine, just before World War ll. With a small Flanner archive of 5 holograph postcards and letters [1967-75] to Irving Drutman, [her close friend & editor] some with commentary by, Natalia Danesi Murray, broadcaster in the Italian division of the National Broadcasting Company and a life-long friend with whom Flanner lived in New York City during World War II. Their correspondence is recorded in Darlinghissima: Letters To A Friend, and their friendship recorded in William Murray's, Janet, My Mother, and Me: A Memoir of Growing Up With Janet Flanner and Natalia Danesi Murray. Press photo of Flanner (printed on the back flap of the dustwrapper) by Alfred Eisenstaedt also laid-in.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        Tributes to Robert Mitchner, Director of the Indiana University Writer's Conference

      (1975). A collection of sixteen one-page tributes to Robert Mitchner, the founder of the Indiana University Writer's Conference. The tributes, in the form of text and sketches, are all on individual leaves, most measuring 10.75" x 14.5. All but three pages appear to have been removed from a stapled binding. Wear to the left margin of the large pages where they were disbound, one page dampstained, and some glue residue to the verso of the three smaller pages along with some wear, very good or better. The tributes to Mitchner, dating from his retirement in 1975, are by writers, artists, and instructors who attended the conference. They vary from simple notes and letters of thanks to poems and illustrations. Among the most notable contributions are an Autographed Note Signed by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., a Typed Letter Signed from Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tad Mosel, an Autographed Note Signed from Roger Zelazny, and a Typescript poem with illustrations from children's author and Newbery Medal winner Jean Lee Latham. Further details available upon request. .

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        JR

      Alfred A. Knopf New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1975. First. First edition. Small owner's name and a small offset spot, both on the front fly, else fine in near fine dustwrapper. Signed by Gaddis on the title page. A nice copy of this National Book Award-winning novel. .

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        MICHELANGIOLO BUONARROTI, con 17 incisioni in rame di MARC DAUTRY- VOL. I- II, Roma, Eldec Edizioni pregiate, 1975

      Due volumi rilegati con raffinata eleganza in pIena pelle con ali, a cura della legatoria Conti Bortone di MIlano, con chiusura a portafogli assicurata da laccetti di cuoio; I volumi sono avvolti da tre striscie di pelle chiara ed ai piattI è impressa in oro, sulla prima striscia in alto, la firma di MICHELANGELO. Formato cm. 35 x 42,5, Il primo volume reca 8 incisioni in rame a fogli sciolti, protette da veline e tutte firmate a matita in basso sulla destra da MARC DAUTRY, ed inoltre a lato del frontespizio il ritratto inciso di Michelangelo (fissato al volume) sempre firmato da Dautry, pagine 227 (2) con preziosi indici. Il secondo volume, reca anch'esso 8 incisioni in rame (la prima è a doppia pagina) tutte firmate come per il primo volume pagine 223 (5) per un totale complessivo di 17 incisioni. In entrambi ci sono all'inizio ed alla fine la riproduzione di pagine manoscritte ad opera del sommo artista. Edizione critica e prefazione di ENZO NOE' GIRARDI. Questa splendida edizione presenta IL MEGLIO DELL'OPERA DEL GRANDE MAESTRO IN POESIA ED IN PROSA e questa riproduzione assai fedele costituisce una rarità tipografica di grande pregio ! L'ORIGINALE SI TROVA NEL CODICE VATICANO. UN ALTRO DEI POCHI ORIGINALI SI TROVA NELLA STAATBIBLIOTHEK DI MONACO DI BAVIERA ED E' 'SCRITTO IN LATINO. La tiratura è assai limitata e così predisposta : 30 esemplari fuori commercio 8 + 16 esemplari "ad personam" 126 esemplari corredati da una seconda serie di incisioni, stampate su carta Giappone, con firma autografa dell'artista, contraddistinti con numeri da I a CXXVI. Ex libris su targa in argento. 1820 esemplari completi di incisioni, stampate su carta Arches, contraddistinti con numeri da 1 a 1820 ( il nostro reca il numero 955) Le incisioni in rame sono state stampate in torchio a mano dal maestro stampatore MANUEL ROBBE. Il carattere del testo "Caslon Two LInes Pica" è stato fuso appositamente per questa edizione dalla fonderia CASLON RADIGUER di Parigi su matrici originali del 1734. La composizione a mano, l'impaginazione e la stampa tipografica sono state eseguite da maestri tipografi Yvette e Jean Paul VIBERT..

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        'Salem's Lot

      New York: Doubleday. NF/F. 1975. 1st Edition. Hardcover; 1st Printing. 10, 20, 25. 0385007515 . Signed by author. 1st edition, 1st printing, Doubleday, 1975. This 1st printing (stated on copyright page) book's dustjacket had 3 issues: the 1st rumored to be only 25 copies priced at $8.95, all kept in-house by Doubleday and the one known to have come on the market commanded a price of around $25,000. This is the 2nd issue dustjacket - still very scarce because of the Father Cody mistake on the front flap (later corrected in the 3rd issue to Father Callahan) that was price clipped by Doubleday and a price of $7.95 printed beside the publisher clip. The book has the required (to be a real 1st printing) Q37 code at the lower end of the gutter of the last text page. The book is Near Fine. Straight, clean, tight, no binding spots or soiling, with just slight softening to the cloth at spine ends and a few very small, very faint spots to outer page edges near the back of the text block, and on the top of the front free end page there's a previous owner's name plus in different writing her place born and date and place died and date. The book is SIGNED by Stephen King on the title page, right below his publisher printed name - just his name with no inscription. A lovely example of King's 2nd book, and a 'really' nice Fine example of the fragile dustjacket (usually found chipped and tattered). Even the red part of the lettering on the spine isn't faded as you usually find it. Only things keeping it from being As New is an occasional skinny trace of white showing through the black at the front flap fold line, and a couple of very tiny professional edge repairs on the reverse side that show an also just a tiny trace of the black used in the color matching on that reverse side. A collector's copy. Made into a TV series, which is what really got King's career started. ; 8-7/16" x 5-3/4"; 439 pages; Signed by Author .

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        The Philosophy of Andy Warhol (From A to B & Back Again)

      Harcourt Brace Jovanovich New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. FIRST EDITION, INITIALED BY WARHOL ON HALF-TITLE. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1975. Octavo, original cloth, original dust jacket. A fine copy.

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        Santomaso: Catalogue Raisonne 1931-1974

      Alfieri Edizioni D'arte Venezia (Venice): Alfieri Edizioni D'arte, 1975. First edition. Hardcover. 271 pages. Text in English, French, German, and Italian with a section of text by Herbert Read. Includes numerous color and black and white illustrations. A tight near fine copy in near fine dust jacket with a two inch closed tear to the top of the rear panel. A very nice copy of this uncommon book about this important Italian artist.

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        'Salem's Lot

      Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1975. hardcover. VG/NF. 1st edition, 1st printing Finalist for the 1976 World Fantasy Award. Basis for the TV mini-series starring David Soul. INSCRIBED and dated (November 20, 1975) by author on front fep. Book has bumped and rubbed spine ends and corners and rubbed and soiled boards. Second state jacket has creasing with the resultant white lines, primarily on spine. We offer a LIFETIME GUARANTEE. See KHBOOKS for details.

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        Salem's Lot

      Garden City: Doubleday. 1975. Later printing of his second novel, with Q41 code on page 439. Inscribed by King in 1980 to the horror writer Stanley Wiater: "For Stanley -- With good wishes and much respect. Keep writing; you're good, and will crack through. Best, Stephen King 11/1/80." As a writer, editor, interviewer and anthologist, Wiater has won the Horror Writers of America's Bram Stoker Award three times. Wiater's Gahan Wilson-designed bookplate on front pastedown, the only bookplate Wilson ever designed; foxing to edges of text block; near fine in a very good, third issue ($7.95, "Father Callahan") dust jacket with shallow wear to the spine extremities. A nice association copy of an early edition of an early King novel. . Hardcover.

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        Picked-Up Pieces

      Alfred A. Knopf New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1975. First. Uncorrected proof. A tiny tear on the front wrap, else fine in tall blue printed wrappers with a Crane Duplicating Service stamp on the inside rear wrap. Very scarce. .

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        SAN LAZZARO ET SES AMIS. Hommage au fondateur de la revue XXe siècle.

      In-4 gr. (mm. 350x265), custodia edit. in tela, cartelletta in bross. contenente, a fogli sciolti, pp. 141,(5). Importante monografia su Gualtieri di San Lazzaro, notissimo critico, mercante e fondatore della rivista e delle Edizioni "XX siècle". Il volume raccoglie testi di artisti e scrittori che furono suoi amici quali: De Mandiargues, Kandinsky, Chagall, Bouisset, Lassaigne, Dorival, Marini, Taillandier, Moore, Fornari, Marchiori, Carandente, Milani, Porzio, Zavattini e altri, incluso un testo dello stesso San Lazzaro ?Paris était vivant?. L?opera è illustrata da 15 bellissime tavole (14 a colori e 1 in b.n.) di cui: - 9 "lithographies originales de Max Bill, Alexander Calder, Marc Chagall, Max Ernst, Hans Hartung, Joan Mirò, Henry Moore, Graham Sutherland e Zao Wou-ki? - 6 ?lithographies en second tirage de Braque, Fontana, Magnelli, Magritte, Picasso et Poliakoff". L'annunciata lito di Poliakoff fu poi sostituita con una xilografia di Kandinsky. Magnifica edizione d'arte ?sur vélin d?Arches?, in tirat. di 575 esempl. numer. + 55 fuori comm. Il ns., 497, è in ottimo stato.

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        Die Kunstdenkmäler des Kantons Graubünden. (7 Bde.; cplt.).

      4°, zus. ca. 3100 S., unzähl. Abb., OLwd. m. Prägung., Min gebrauchspurig, tadell. 4 Bde in EA.(= Die Kunstdenkmäler der Schweiz, Bde. 8, 9, 11, 13, 14, 17 u. 20). Bd. l: Ein Überblick. Anhang: Wappen, Münzen, Ältere Karten; Bd. ll: Herrschaft, Prätigau, Davos, Schanfigg, Churwalden, Albulatal; Bd. lll: Räzünser Boden, Domleschg, Heinzenberg, Oberhalbstein, Ober- und Unterengadin; Bd. lV (EA): Die Täler am Vorderrhein, 1. Teil: Das Gebiet von Tamins bis Somvix; Bd. V (EA): Die Täler am Vorderrhein, 2. Teil: Schams, Rheinwald, Avers, Münstertal, Bergell; Bd. Vl (EA): Puschlav, Misox und Calanca; Bd. Vll (EA): Chur und der Kreis fünf Dörfer.

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        Last Bus to Woodstock (First UK edition, with a lengthy inscription)

      Macmillan London: Macmillan, 1975. First UK Edition of the author's first book. INSCRIBED by Dexter on the front endpaper in the year of publication to Joan Spencer: "Bless you for supporting me, Joan! / Best wishes / Colin Dexter / Xmas 1975." Ms. Spencer was a colleague of Dexter's at the Oxford and Cambridge Joint Examination Board, where she ran the Modern Languages section. A tremendous contemporary association. Very Good in a Very Good dust jacket. Slight spine lean, bumped at the corners with mild shelfwear. Jacket shows some fading along the left edge of the front panel, with a 2-inch closed tear at the top of same and light soil overall.

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        THE MONKEY WRENCH GANG

      Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1975 First Edition. Advanced Reading Copy of Abbey's environmental tour-de-force. A just about fine copy in the publisher's yellow pictorial stiff card wrappers, printed in black. 8vo. 352 pp.. 1st Edition.

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        Iceberg

      NY: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1975. hardcover. NF+/NF 1st edition, 1st printing. Author's second book, the first published in hardcover. SIGNED on title page with inscription "my favorite." Book has rubbed spine ends, lightly soiled page edges and light stains on dedication page. Jacket has very minor chipping, short closed tear and rubbing at spine ends. We offer a LIFETIME GUARANTEE. See KHBOOKS for details.

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        Haggadah and History

      JPS Philadelphia: JPS, 1975 Accompanied by 8 leaves in facsimile of the oldest, illustrated printed Haggadah in folding chemise with red morocco label gilt. Boards, chemise and slipcase in matching marbled boards and book backed in red crushed morocco gilt. TEG. Number 76 of 252 copies of which 200 are numbered and 52 lettered. 200 plates in facsimile within the book.. Limited/Numbered. Leather Backed Boards. Near Fine/Slipcase Near Fine. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Trade.

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        Dog Soldiers

      London: Secker & Warburg. (1975). The first British edition of his second novel, winner of the National Book Award and one of the best novels to link the impact of the Vietnam war on American society in the Sixties to the dark side of that era -- the official corruption and the underside of the drug experiences of a generation. An unaccountably scarce edition. Reportedly 2500 copies were printed but it turns up very seldom, far less often than the British A Hall of Mirrors, which is reported to have had a first printing of only 1000 copies. Printed in the U.S. and with a similar binding to the U.S. edition, but with a completely different dust jacket design. This copy is inscribed by the author to his bibliographer, Ken Lopez, "with best wishes." Faint marks on foredges and endpages; near fine in a near fine dust jacket with some of the usual fading to the spine lettering. We've carried this edition only a handful of times over the years. Without question, the scarcest of Stone's trade editions. . First Edition. Hardcover.

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        Twelve Birds (Portfolio of 12, All Signed and Limited to 100 copies)

      Associated American Artists New York: Associated American Artists, 1975. All 12 of the woodcuts measuring 370 x 265 mm are present done on rice paper each signed, dated and number 7/100. The twelve birds are (1) Jacana; (2) Vulture; (3) Barn Owl; (4) Sage Grouse; (5) Bald Eagle; (6) Indian Wood Ibis; (7) Ostrich; (8) Kiwi; (9) Crowned Crane; (10) Lyre Bird; (11) White Turkey; and (12) the Pelican. The artist sketched these birds at the Smithsonian, the Bronx Zoo and the New Orleans Zoo. Complete sets are scarce. The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston has only 7 of the 12. The Baltimore Museum of Art but 4. The one that appeared at auction in 2004 lacked one of the 12. Original covers present also signed and limited 7/100, with exhibit card, and original portfolio case with top and bottom original black ties present but worn. Some wear to portfolio cover and light stains to pastedown label but all prints and interior is as new.. Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall.

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        Richard Lindner

      Fernand Mourlot Paris: Fernand Mourlot, (1975). Elephant folio. (38)ff. One of 150 copies. Contains ten lithographs measuring 28 1/2 by 20 3/4 inches, each signed by the artist, Richard Lindner, and numbered and counter-initialed by Fernand Mourlot, the printer/publisher who produced the lithographs. In his introduction, Ionesco describes Lindner as "one of the great contemporary masters. His work lies within the realm of caricature, painting, and theater. It is interpretation of reality, but reality is not realistic." Mourlot, who worked with all the great artists of the twentieth century, writes that Lindner created ten original gouaches and watercolors for this series, supervised the transfer to the stones, corrected the colors, retouched the plates, and oversaw the printing with such a perfectionist's eye that "only Marc Chagall forced us to run the plates so many times through the presses." An extremely fine copy, loose as issued, in a printed quarter-vellum clamshell box.

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        LOTTA POETICA - MARZO 1975, 46: NUMERO MONOGRAFICO SU JOSEPH BEUYS - SIGNED BY THE ARTIST

      (BEUYS, JOSEPH). de Vree, Paul & Sarenco, Editors. LOTTA POETICA - MARZO 1975, 46: NUMERO MONOGRAFICO SU JOSEPH BEUYS - SIGNED BY THE ARTIST. Signed by the Artist. Brescia, ITALY: Lotta Poetica, 1975. First Edition. 4to. Stapled Pictorial Wrappers. Periodical. Fine. np (24pp), 23 b&w illustrations + b&w cover. Text in Italian. Cover Designed by Joseph Beuys, This forty-sixth installment of Paul de Vree's prescient seventies art and literature periodical "Lotta Poetica" (Poetry War) is a special monographic issue devoted to Joseph Beuys. It features a cover and title page designed by the artist that is accompanied by Caroline Tisdall's photographic documentation of the 1974 piece "Three Pots Action in the Poor House". A bright, most handsome copy BOLDLY SIGNED by Joseph Beuys in pencil on the front cover. 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: 019826&

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        Autograph Note Signed, with a drawing, July 1975 [with, on verso:] Autograph Notes Signed by PREVIN, Andre, and FARROW, Mia, July 1975

      n.p. n.d. n.p., n.d.. Pen and ink on paper. Marginal binding holes, else fine . Feiffer writes: "To Alfred Eisenstaedt--The fastest legs in the business / Many thanks"; his drawing shows sandled feet, bare legs and shorts beside which cameras left and right click away in the manner of a Wild West gunslinger shooting from the hip. Previn's note hails "The only man who can discuss Prokofiev and take pictures of five children at the same time!!" while Farrow's reads, "Short hair / long hair, short again-- / two, three, four five children-- / one eight ten years-- / come back next year its always good to see my friend"

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        Travesties

      London, Faber & Faber,, 1975. A Play. Octavo. Original green boards, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Housed in a purple cloth slipcase. A superb copy in the dust jacket. First edition, first impression, casebound issue. With the author's signed presentation inscription on the half title leaf, "To Derek with fondest regard from Tom [II. 80]".

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        New Topographics: Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape

      Rochester, NY: International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House, 1975. First edition. Softcover. A landmark exhibition catalog for the show at the George Eastman House. Introduction by William Jenkins with excerpts from the writings of Baltz, Adams and Deal. Jenkins writes of an almost indebtedness to Edward Ruscha whose lack of sentimentality or emotion was an influence on many of the participants in the show. Includes black and white images by Adams, Baltz, the Bechers, Deal, Gohlke, Nixon, Schott, Wessel and color images by Shore. A near fine copy in printed wrappers with some very faint creasing to the top corners. A clean and bright copy.

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        Archive of the Algerian-born French operatic mezzo-soprano and concert singer Sonia Chalon, first-prize winner in the Concours Comoedia 1925 in Paris: correspondence, miscellaneous memorabilia including press clippings, photographs, performance accoutrements, scores, and books

      From the collection of Chalon's niece, the French-born pianist Madeleine Forte, wife of the noted Yale musicologist Allen Forte. & & AUTOGRAPH LETTERS, NOTES, &c. IN CHALON'S HAND& - Autograph letter signed, July 27, 1975, to Madeleine. In French& - Typed letter signed, December 1, 1977 authorizing Forte to use all of the material that was part of their piano lessons since 1941 "as she wishes." In English.& - 2 autograph postcards signed, 1971, to Madeleine and her then-husband, William Hsu. In French& - 4 miscellanous notes, including recipes& - Typescript of a story entitled "La Sirene" by Chalon with manuscript corrections and annotations, October 26, 1939& & LETTERS AND NOTES TO CHALON, & including 3 of Reynaldo Hahn, 3 of Georges Migot, and 1 of Camille Saint-Saëns& & - Beringer, E. Autograph letter singed, November 10, 1914.& & - Chapeau, Lyse (singer and teacher in Oran, Algeria). Printed visiting card with autograph note; autograph note& & - Cromweed, Frederick Durfee (tenor and pianist, 1900-?). Autograph letter signed praising Chalon, June 15, 1943: "Her art is indeed profound, and her prowess as a pianist and facility as a composer bespeak volumes of accomplishment." & & - Eselauy, Georges (President of the Association Amicale des Artistes Africains). Two autograph letters signed, April 24, 1911 and May 5, 1921.& & - Hahn, Renaldo (1874-1947). 3 autograph letters with autograph envelopes and one autograph postcard, all to Chalon in Oran, Algeria and in French (with translations):& 1. 1 page. Paris. Postmarked March 31, 1927. Hahn thanks Chalon for her letter which he is passing on to friends. " I am distressed by the sad reason that made you hasten to see her," and sends his condolences. & 2. 2 pp. Postmarked February 4, 1932. Hahn thanks Chalon for sending something to him and comments on the exclusion of female voices in religious music: "Why should feminine voices be excluded from religious music? In the old days they were not. It is Pope Pius X who, submitting to radical influences, has changed all that." & 3. 1 page. Postmarked February 9, 1934. Hahn advises Chalon to enter the competition and asks her to "try to find out the names of the members of the jury" and let him know. & 4. Postcard. Postmarked January 1938. Sending greetings. & & - Le Fleu, Paul (composer in the circle of Paul Dukas). Autograph letter signed, dated November 4, 1962.& & - Lemaine. Autograph letter signed dated July 4, 1917. & & - Lhevinne, Rosina (Russian-American pianist and teacher, 1880-1976). Autograph note on a Christmas card, 1968& & - Migot, Georges (1891-1976). 3 autograph letters with autograph envelopes, all to Chalon in Oran and in French (with translations):& 1. 1 p. Paris, July 11, 1935. Migot is sending Chalon a book that includes a catalogue of his works, recommends "Poèmes du Brugnon" to her and closes by sending her his "artistic fellow-feeling." Split at lower portion of central fold. & 2. 1 page. Postmarked Paris, July 1, 1939. "Your modesty is too great since it is only through the Argus that I learned of your admiration for some of my songs." He thanks Chalon, and sends "artistic fellow feelings." & 3. 1 page. Genève, February 28, 1937. Migot thanks Chalon for her note, which he has received in Geneva where a work of his is being performed, stating: "I send my thanks for the lovely victory won by your talent on behalf of my Brugnon" and expressing the hope that he will hear her play it one day. & & - Regina, Albert (President of the Société Musicale in Oran, Algeria). Printed visiting card with autograph note.& & - Saint-Saëns, Camille. Autograph letter signed. 1 page. Paris, November 3 [no year]. To Chalon in Oran. The composer thanks Chalon for sending roses: "Your charming roses have arrived in perfect condition, and so fresh that one imagines smelling their perfume. They will beautify my home while reminding me of you." & & - Comoedia (Paris journal of the arts), 1925& - The Conservatoire in Oran (Algiers), 1955& - Consulate General of Belgium, 1953& - The Education Ministry of Paris, 1954& - Orléansville, Algiers town offices, 1951& - The Red Cross of Algiers acknowledging a gift, 1954& - Union "Les Mutilés," Oran, 1921& & & MISCELLANEOUS MEMORABILIA, INCLUDING PROGRAMS, PRESS CLIPPINGS, &c. & - Identification cards for the Association of African Artists, the Institution of Patriotic Arts, and the Conservatoire& - A collection of over 100 press clippings relative to Chalon's career, performances, etc., ca. 1920-1950& - Cards announcing Chalon's recitals & - 17 programs for performances by Chalon in Oran, 1920s-40s& & PHOTOGRAPHS& - 37 original photographs from both Chalon's professional and private life together with several images from magazines. Various sizes& & PERFORMANCE ACCOUTREMENTS& Group of props used by Chalon while performing, some of which are depicted in one or more of the accompanying photographs, as follows: & - A decorative fan& - A pair of earrings& - A pair of Spanish castanets& - A tortoise shell comb (two teeth broken) with large decorative brass attachment inset with coloured glass & - An embroidered ivory silk shawl& - Three medals, including one of the French Red Cross& & SCORES& Approximately 50 pieces from Chalon's library, primarily vocal sheet music, some with her performance markings. Composers include Debussy (including a first edition of "Le Promenoir des deux Amants," Migot (one piece with autograph inscription from Migot to Chalon), Ravel, Fauré and Milhaud. & & BOOKS& - Hahn, Reynaldo. Du Chant. Paris: Pierre Lafitte. Octavo. Quarter calf with marbled boards. 220 pp. Browned. With Chalon's initials to foot of spine and her autograph notes to front free endpaper. & - [Migot]. Pinchard, Max. Connaissance de Georges Migot Musicien Français. Paris: Les Éditions Ouvrières [1959]. Octavo. Wrappers. With lengthy autograph inscription to Chalon from Migot to front free endpaper. . Chalon, born in Algeria, first came to Paris in 1925 and had an active performing career both there and in her native country; she took up permanent residence in Paris in ca. 1960. & & She has not received much attention from music biographers perhaps due, in part, to the fact that her career was centered in French Algeria. It is evident, however, from the many press clippings, etc., in the present collection that she had quite a successful career, confirmed by her connection to a number of leading contemporary composers (Hahn, Migot, Saint-Saëns, etc.), with whom she corresponded, some of whose works she performed. & & An interesting archive with numerous cross-cultural connections.

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        Roquette Rockers

      [Paris]: Contrejour, 1975. First Edition. Small square octavo. French text. Preface by Carole Haggar. Superb collection of 42 black and white photographs of the Parisian rockers who used to congregate on the rue de la Roquette, in the 11th arrondissement, before it became fashionable. Former owner's stamp, a few edge creases to the covers (crease slightly visible on the first few pages of the text), slight tobacco odor; a very good copy in photo-illustrated wrappers. Cult-classic.

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        The Hunting of the Snark. Six Etchings

      Ralph Steadman,, 1975. Six etchings on J. Green Mould Made H. P. Surfaced 140 lbs paper with tissue gaurds, title and limitation page signed by Ralph Steadman. With the publisher's black cloth portfolio, titles to the front cover in silver. Prints fine. Presented in silver frames. Portfolio rubbed. Sheet size: 30.5 x 45.5 cm. Edition No. 8 of 65 copies and 10 artist's proofs. Each plate numbered lower left and signed lower right by Ralph Steadman. These etchings are Steadman's take on Lewis Carroll's "The Hunting of the Snark" which were reproduced for the book published in 1975.

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        The Hunting of the Snark

      London - The Whittington Press, 1975 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A limited edition copy of this poem by Lewis Carroll, which has been signed by the illustrator. With many illustrations throughout by Harold Jones, who has signed the book to the rear. Numbered 5 of 750 limited copies. Containing a label stating, This book belonged to Charles Pick (1917-2000). He was a publisher (at Gollancz 1934-36, Michael Joseph 1936-39 and 1946-61, and Heinemann 1962-85) and thereafter a literary agent. He was elected to the Savile Club in 1958. Condition: In a decorative black cloth binding with presentation slip case. Externally very smart, with just a couple of marks. Slipcase is smart also, with a few marks. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are very bright and clean. Overall: FINE..

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        The Philosophy of Andy Warhol

      Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, New York,, 1975. (From A to B & Back Again). Octavo. Original quarter orange cloth, titles to spine in white and black, yellow paper boards, the artist's initials to lower corner of upper board. With the dust jacket. Rubbing to spine tips in corner nicked dust jacket. First Edition, First Printing. Inscribed by the artist on the half title 'to Cloret / Andy Warhol' with a sketch of a Campbell's soup can.

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        [A Dance to the Music of Time, comprising:] A Question of Upbringing; A Buyer's Market; The Acceptance World; At Lady Molly's; Casanova's Chinese Restaurant; The Kindly Ones; The Valley of Bones; The Soldier's Art; The Military Philosophers; Books Do Furnish Room; Temporary Kings; [and] Hearing Secret Harmonies

      London: Heinemann [through 1975], 1951. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine+. The author's epic 12-volume cycle, a literary landmark. Eleven First Impressions, one (A Question of Upbringing) early reprint, all in Near Fine or better condition (many Fine). Uniformly bound in publisher's red cloth, spines lettered in gilt in black title blocks, all with bright, correct-issue, Broom-Lynne dust jackets (one—A Buyer's Market—very lightly restored at spine panel tips, one—The Acceptance World—hprice-clipped). An outstanding set of Powell’s monumental series, inspired by Poussin’s painting of the same name. & "The words 'twelve-novel cycle' don’t exactly inspire readerly zeal in most people, but once you catch the rhythm of Powell’s dodecahedral masterpiece it’s hard to put it down. Beginning in the 1920 s, A Dance to the Music of Time follows the lives of a group of English friends and acquaintances as they make their various ways through life: meeting and parting, succeeding and failing, loving and hating, living and dying. There is ample room for both comedy and tragedy in this capacious, large-hearted work, but Powell’s real triumph is the way he catches the rhythm of fate itself, the way it brings people together, only to spin them apart, then reunite them later as near-strangers, transformed in unexpected ways by the intervening years." (Time 100) Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        Linear Programming: Invited paper presented before the Symposium on Numerical Methods July, 1948, Los Angeles, California.[National Bureau of Standards], 1948. First edition, pre-print.

      Extremely rare mimeographed typescript of the paper (published three years later) in which Dantzig gave the first general description of linear programming and his famous 'simplex' method - declared as one of the most important algorithms of the 20th century. Dantzig was the recipient of the first Von Neumann Theory Prize "for his work on linear programming". When it was announced that the 1975 Nobel Prize in Economics would be awarded jointly to Kantorovich and Koopmans "for their contributions to the theory of optimum allocation of resources", the later wrote the first that he would deny the prize, as a protest towards the exclusion of Dantzig. Harvard economist Robert Dorfman, in his paper 'The Discovery of Linear Programming' (Annals of the History of Computing, vol. 6, pp. 283-295, 1984), clearly refers to this 1948 paper by Dantzig as the first in which he discovered the "basic strategy of the simplex method and all its variants, ... Thus Dantzig described the basic step in climbing the beanpole in the summer of 1948", citing the published version of this paper. The contents of this mimeographed typescript is identical to the 1951 publication [also offered her] and is with all probability the version handed out to the attendees of the symposium (National Bureau of Standards) in July 1948 - the first and last page are marked with the rubberstamp of statistician, and specialist in numerical methods, Dr. Clifford J. Maloney (who worked for different governmental institutions) and who would have been a very likely participant at this symposium. Included is, furthermore, one mimeographed typed sheet being an abstract of (a seemingly unpublished) paper by Dantzig, 'Application of the SEAC to Linear Programming', given before the Association for Computing Machinery, Sept. 7-9, 1950. In 1950 the first solution of the 'transport problem' on a computer was realized by coding the simplex algorithm for the National Bureau of Standards' SEAC digital computer under the auspice of the USAF's Project SCOOP. (See Gass & Assad: Timeline of Operations Research, p.72). The abstract ends with "In addition, the Bereau of Standards has agreed to develop an electronic computer capable of solving large-scale systems of linear inequalities more rapidly than computers currently under construction". This forthcoming computer, which Dantzig mentions, was the UNIVAC I that was installed at the Pentagon in the summer 1952. "The total influence of the Air Force's Project SCOOP is truly amazing. ... George Dantzig and Project SCOOP and the Air Force did not just contribute the linear programming model and the simplex method - what evolved from the Air Force's Project SCOOP changed the way business, industry, government and, especially, the military forces, plan, analyze and carry out their activities". (Peter Horner, Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences). WorldCat lists no copies of the separate 1948 paper.. Mimeographed typescript: 267 x 204 mm. 14 mimeographed, typed and stapled sheets, as issued, with the rubber stamps of 'Clifford J. Maloney'; lower left corder of the first shit bent, otherwise fine. Published version of the paper: Pp. 18-21 in 'Problems for the Numerical Analysis of the Future', issued by the National Bereau of Standards, June 1951. 4to: 260 x 200 mm, original printed wrappers; fine. Abstract typescript: 280 x 216 mm. 6 lines of title and 18 lines of abstract; fine

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        La Metamorphose

      Paris: Ariane Lancell. 1975. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Original wrappers contained in silk lined solander box with decorative silk exterior and gilt titles, exterior rubbed on corners and slightly faded, wraps splitting at joints and one split extends a few cm into the front cover, contents clean and bright, text with elaborate engraved initials, No.XV of XV Exemplaires D'Artiste. A seperate portfolio contains 15 coloured etchings by Antonio Totero each of which is numbered xv in pencil and with an image size of 36cm by 27cm, the portfolio has an initial page explaning the various sets of illustration produced and this is signed by Totero as well as by the editor and printer. , Ariane Lancell is one of the 20th century's major figures in Book Art. Her productions combine classic texts with the work of great artists, including Salvador Dali & Ernest Fuchs. Her publications use a wide range of materials and techniques to produce remarkable works of art that are owned by collectors, museums and libraries across the world. , Folio 39cm by 59cm, Unpaginated pp .

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