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THE PALAEOGRAPHY COLLECTION : VOLUME 1 AUTHOR CATALOGUE [and] VOLUME 2 SUBJECT CATALOGUE

by [University of London Library]

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Boston: G. K. Hall & Co., 1968. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine. Folio. 2 volumes. [4],579; [6],668 pp. Publisher's dark blue cloth, spines lettered in silver. Fine. Author and subject indexes of the noted paleography collection of the University of London library, photographically reproducing the original index cards. Due to the weight of this set, additional shipping charges will apply: please contact the seller before ordering.
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PALESTINE TODAY

by Grant, Elihu

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Baltimore, 1938. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. viii,48 pp. Contemporary half cloth, gilt, and marbled boards. Square one-inch abrasion to front board, foxing in endpapers. Internally clean. Very good.
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PASSAGES FROM JAMES JOYCE'S FINNEGANS WAKE : A FILM BY EXPANDING CINEMA : DEDICATED TO FRANCES...

PASSAGES FROM JAMES JOYCE'S FINNEGANS WAKE : A FILM BY EXPANDING CINEMA : DEDICATED TO FRANCES STELOFF [cover title]

by [Joyce, James; Mary Ellen Bute (script treatment)]

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New York: Expanding Cinema [script published by arrangement with Viking Press], 1965. First Separate Edition. Softcover. Fine. 11 x 8½-inch leaves in an 11½ x 9-inch folder. [4],58,[3] pp. Leaves in printed blue metal tab folder. Fine. PASSAGES FROM JAMES JOYCE'S FINNEGANS WAKE was the final film produced and directed by Mary Ellen Bute (1906-1983), a pioneer in experimental film and animation. Bute spent much of her early career developing a style of "visual music" in film, synchronizing abstract images and music. PASSAGES, a film treatment of FINNEGANS WAKE using Joyce's original language, was largely a live-action piece but incorporated animation, double exposures, and various other unconventional visual methods. UbuWeb describes it as follows: "A half-forgotten, half-legendary pioneer in American abstract and animated filmmaking, Mary Ellen Bute, late in her career as an artist, created this adaptation of James Joyce, her only feature. In the transformation from Joyce's polyglot prose to the… Read more
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THE PIONEER WOODSMAN AS HE IS RELATED TO LUMBERING IN THE NORTHWEST

by Warren, Henry George

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Minneapolis: Press of Hahn & Harmon Company, 1914. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. 184 pp. plus thirty illustrated plates and frontispiece portrait. Original three-quarter calf and tan cloth, raised bands, spine gilt. Bookplate of Frank and Alice Warren on front pastedown. Presentation copy to Alice Warren, daughter-in-law of the author, with autograph inscription and signature of the author, dated August 10, 1914. Calf rubbed at extremities, separating at front joint near head of spine, else near fine. Overall a very good copy.
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THE PLANETS
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THE PLANETS

by [Tyler, Richard Oviet]

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New York: Uranian Press, 1958. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine. Tyler, Richard. Folio. [40] leaves (29 printed), containing wood-block images and text printed in black, red, and blue. Original red linen over boards, printed in black, dyed endpapers. Numbered, signed, and dated 1958 by the author on the flyleaf. Light wear to covers, small red stain in upper-right portion of front cover. Light foxing in outer leaves, a bit musty, else near fine. Signed by Tyler and numbered 2 of 5 bound copies (an additional 20 copies were issued unbound in portfolios).The early book masterpiece of Richard Oviet Tyler (1926-1983), visionary artist and key figure in the New York avant-garde scene of the late 1950s and early 1960s. Tyler created THE PLANETS in 1958, the same year he established his Uranian Press in the basement of a tenement building on the Lower East Side, where, by 1960, he had installed four printing presses. It was in this basement studio where Claes Oldenburg (with whom Tyler collaborated in… Read more
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POEMS

by Cooke, Le Baron

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Boston: Bruce Humphries, Inc., 1938. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine. 189 pp. Original green and silver cloth over boards, spine gilt. Boards slightly bowed, else fine. Scarce.
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POEMS FROM PRISON
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POEMS FROM PRISON

by Perkoff, Stuart Z.

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[Denver]: Bowery Press, 1969. First Edition. Broadside. Very good. Broadsheet, 17 x 11 inches. Printed in black on blue paper. Horizontal fold, as issued. Light discoloration at fold. Very good. Bowery Press Broadsheet No. 3, containing six poems by Beat poet Stuart Perkoff (1930-1974), including "Some Aspects of Prison," "Some Aspects of Being a Junkie," and "Love Is the Silence."
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PROTECTION TO YOUNG INDUSTRIES AS APPLIED IN THE UNITED STATES. A STUDY IN ECONOMIC HISTORY

PROTECTION TO YOUNG INDUSTRIES AS APPLIED IN THE UNITED STATES. A STUDY IN ECONOMIC HISTORY

by Taussig, Frank W.

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Cambridge, Mass.: Moses King, [1883]. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine. 69,[2] pp. plus [2] pp. of publisher's advertisements. Original green cloth, stamped in blind and gilt. Neat ownership inkstamp of "F. W. Wagner, Ann Arbor, Mich.," on front free endpaper; small, neat marginal pencil marks throughout text. Spine ends a bit worn, else a near fine copy. The first book of Frank William Taussig (1859-1940), Harvard economist and major architect of modern international trade theory, originally written for competition in the 1882 Toppan Prize in Political Science at Harvard, which it won. In it, Taussig explores arguments for government protection of certain young industries, creating an “industrial history of the United States, and the course of protective legislation, from 1789 to 1838,” and specifically examining the histories of American cotton, woolen, and iron manufacture.
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[Portrait Photograph of Gerard Malanga with His Father, Gerardo Malanga]

[Portrait Photograph of Gerard Malanga with His Father, Gerardo Malanga]

by Malanga, Gerard

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[New York: Gerard Malanga], 1972. Photographs. Near fine. [1972, printed later]. Image size 10 x 6 3/4 inches, sheet size 14 x 11 inches, mat size 16 x 12 inches. Numbered 1/10 and signed in pencil on the mat by Gerard Malanga. Loosely mounted on new archival back, new archival matting between original mat and print, and clear polyester protective cover. Very minor wear. Near fine. Self-portrait in a mirror of Gerard Malanga with his father, Gerardo Malanga, in Holly Hill, Florida. Poet, photographer, and archivist Gerard Malanga (born 1943) was Warhol's right-hand man during the most important years of the Factory, where he worked from 1963 to 1970. Among his many collaborations with Warhol was the 1966/67 "Screen Tests" project. The project resulted in the 1967 book, SCREEN TESTS / A DIARY, which prints stills from film portraits of 54 poets, artists, musicians, and others, with poems by Malanga on facing pages. Malanga began pursuing portrait photography more actively… Read more
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[Portrait Photograph of Robert Creeley and His Dog, Spot]

[Portrait Photograph of Robert Creeley and His Dog, Spot]

by Malanga, Gerard

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[New York: Gerard Malanga], 1972. Photographs. Near fine. 1972. Image size 6 1/4 x 9 inches, sheet size 11x 14 inches, mat size 12 x 14 3/4 inches. Signed and dated "'72" by Gerard Malanga. Loosely mounted on new archival back with clear polyester protective cover. Light soiling and scuffing in mat. Minor soiling in margins of print. Image fine. Portrait of poet Robert White Creeley (1926-2005) with his dog, Spot, in Bolinas, California. Poet, photographer, and archivist Gerard Malanga (born 1943) was Warhol's right-hand man during the most important years of the Factory, where he worked from 1963 to 1970. Among his many collaborations with Warhol was the 1966/67 "Screen Tests" project. The project resulted in the 1967 book, SCREEN TESTS / A DIARY, which prints stills from film portraits of 54 poets, artists, musicians, and others, with poems by Malanga on facing pages. Malanga began pursuing portrait photography more actively in 1969 and left the Factory in… Read more
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[Portrait Photograph of Rene Ricard]

[Portrait Photograph of Rene Ricard]

by Malanga, Gerard

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[New York: Gerard Malanga], 1970. Photographs. Very good. [ca. early 1970s, printed later]. Image size 10 x 6 3/4 inches, sheet size 14 x 11 inches, mat size 16 x 12 inches. Numbered 1/10 and signed in pencil on the mat by Gerard Malanga. Loosely mounted on new archival back, new archival matting between original mat and print, and clear polyester protective cover. Light soiling and scuffing in mat. Print fine. Portrait of actor, writer, and painter Rene Ricard (1946-2014). Poet, photographer, and archivist Gerard Malanga (born 1943) was Warhol's right-hand man during the most important years of the Factory, where he worked from 1963 to 1970. Among his many collaborations with Warhol was the 1966/67 "Screen Tests" project. The project resulted in the 1967 book, SCREEN TESTS / A DIARY, which prints stills from film portraits of 54 poets, artists, musicians, and others, with poems by Malanga on facing pages. Malanga began pursuing portrait photography more actively in 1969… Read more
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[Portrait Photograph of Angus Maclise]

[Portrait Photograph of Angus Maclise]

by Malanga, Gerard

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[New York: Gerard Malanga], 1970. Photographs. Very good. [ca. early 1970s, printed later]. Image size 10 x 6 3/4 inches, sheet size 14 x 11 inches, mat size 16 x 12 inches. Numbered 1/10 and signed in pencil on the mat by Gerard Malanga. Loosely mounted on new archival back, new archival matting between original mat and print, and clear polyester protective cover. 2 1/2-inch crease and light toning in mat. Print near fine. Portrait of Angus Maclise (1938-1979), percussionist, publisher, occultist, and poet. Poet, photographer, and archivist Gerard Malanga (born 1943) was Warhol's right-hand man during the most important years of the Factory, where he worked from 1963 to 1970. Among his many collaborations with Warhol was the 1966/67 "Screen Tests" project. The project resulted in the 1967 book, SCREEN TESTS / A DIARY, which prints stills from film portraits of 54 poets, artists, musicians, and others, with poems by Malanga on facing pages. Malanga began pursuing… Read more
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[Portrait Photograph of Robert Duncan]

[Portrait Photograph of Robert Duncan]

by Malanga, Gerard

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[New York: Gerard Malanga], 1972. Photographs. Near fine. 1972. Image size 6 1/4 x 9 inches, sheet size 11x 14 inches, mat size 12 x 14 3/4 inches. Signed and dated "'72" by Gerard Malanga. Loosely mounted on new archival back with clear polyester protective cover. Light soiling and scuffing in mat. Minor soiling in margins of print. Image near fine. Portrait of poet Robert Edward Duncan (1919-1988). Poet, photographer, and archivist Gerard Malanga (born 1943) was Warhol's right-hand man during the most important years of the Factory, where he worked from 1963 to 1970. Among his many collaborations with Warhol was the 1966/67 "Screen Tests" project. The project resulted in the 1967 book, SCREEN TESTS / A DIARY, which prints stills from film portraits of 54 poets, artists, musicians, and others, with poems by Malanga on facing pages. Malanga began pursuing portrait photography more actively in 1969 and left the Factory in 1970 to pursue the work further.… Read more
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[Portrait Photograph of Taylor Mead]
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[Portrait Photograph of Taylor Mead]

by Malanga, Gerard

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[New York: Gerard Malanga], 1971. Photographs. Very good. [1971, printed later]. Image size 10 x 6 3/4 inches, sheet size 14 x 11 inches, mat size 16 x 12 inches. Numbered 1/10 and signed in pencil on the mat by Gerard Malanga. Loosely mounted on new archival back, new archival matting between original mat and print, and clear polyester protective cover. A few small dents and very minor crackling in print; original mat toned at edges. Very good to near fine. Portrait of poet and actor Taylor Mead (1924-2013) swimming off Southampton Beach, Long Island, in 1971. Mead was a major figure in the Factory scene during the 1960s and a favorite fixture on the Lower East Side. His NEW YORK TIMES obituary called him "the quintessential Downtown figure": "He read his poems in a Bowery bar, walked as many as 80 blocks a day and fed stray cats in a cemetery, usually after midnight." Poet, photographer, and archivist Gerard Malanga (born 1943) was Warhol's right-hand man… Read more
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[Portrait Photograph of Andy Warhol & Parker Tyler]
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[Portrait Photograph of Andy Warhol & Parker Tyler]

by Malanga, Gerard

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[New York: Gerard Malanga], 1969. Photographs. Very good. [1969, printed later]. Image size 10 x 6 3/4 inches, sheet size 14 x 11 inches, mat size 16 x 12 inches. Numbered 2/10 and signed in pencil on the mat by Gerard Malanga. Loosely mounted on new archival back, new archival matting between original mat and print, and clear polyester protective cover. Small dents and minor crackling in print; toning, dust soiling, and several small ink smudges in original mat. Overall very good. Exceptional portrait of Andy Warhol and Parker Tyler taken in New York in 1969. Tyler (1904-1974) was best known as a poet and film critic and, in his earlier life, co-author with Charles Henri Ford of the experimental novel, THE YOUNG AND EVIL (Paris: Obelisk Press, 1933). The photo shows Tyler and - extraordinarily - Warhol at ease and smiling, the latter jokingly clutching the former's crotch. Poet, photographer, and archivist Gerard Malanga (born 1943) was Warhol's right-hand man during the… Read more
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[Portrait Photograph of Edwin Denby]

[Portrait Photograph of Edwin Denby]

by Malanga, Gerard

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[New York: Gerard Malanga], 1970. Photographs. Near fine. [1970, printed later]. Image size 10 x 6 3/4 inches, sheet size 14 x 11 inches, mat size 16 x 12 inches. Numbered 1/10 and signed in pencil on the mat by Gerard Malanga. Loosely mounted on new archival back, new archival matting between original mat and print, and clear polyester protective cover. Small dents and minor crackling in print, 2 1/2-inch crease and light toning in mat. Very good. Portrait of writer Edwin Denby (1903-1983). Poet, photographer, and archivist Gerard Malanga (born 1943) was Warhol's right-hand man during the most important years of the Factory, where he worked from 1963 to 1970. Among his many collaborations with Warhol was the 1966/67 "Screen Tests" project. The project resulted in the 1967 book, SCREEN TESTS / A DIARY, which prints stills from film portraits of 54 poets, artists, musicians, and others, with poems by Malanga on facing pages. Malanga began pursuing portrait photography more… Read more
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[Portrait Photograph of Herbert Huncke]

[Portrait Photograph of Herbert Huncke]

by Malanga, Gerard

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[New York: Gerard Malanga], 1970. Photographs. Very good. [ca. early 1970s, printed later]. Image size 10 x 6 3/4 inches, sheet size 14 x 11 inches, mat size 16 x 12 inches. Numbered 1/10 and signed in pencil on the mat by Gerard Malanga. Loosely mounted on new archival back, new archival matting between original mat and print, and clear polyester protective cover. 2 1/2-inch crease and light soiling in mat. Print fine. Portrait of Herbert Edwin Huncke (1915-1996), the drifter, grifter, and writer whose use of the word, "beat," is said to have inspired Jack Kerouac's adoption of the term for the Beat Generation. Poet, photographer, and archivist Gerard Malanga (born 1943) was Warhol's right-hand man during the most important years of the Factory, where he worked from 1963 to 1970. Among his many collaborations with Warhol was the 1966/67 "Screen Tests" project. The project resulted in the 1967 book, SCREEN TESTS / A DIARY, which prints stills from film… Read more
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