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The Flash of Pasadena (Issue #5)
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The Flash of Pasadena (Issue #5)

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David Laidig Publishing Company, 1967. The June 1st, 1967 issue --the 5th issue-- of "The Flash of Pasadena", an uncommon late 60s underground newspaper. Solid and VG in its fragile, brittle pictorial wrappers, with light browning along the edges. Thin quarto, articles in this issue include "The Zen Lunatics", "Vietnam--The Contextual War" and "Flesh Poetry"

$150.00

New York Avatar #6
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New York Avatar #6

By Brian Keating, Ed

New York: Eighty Wooster Press, 1968. Original wraps. Near Fine. The July 6th 1968 issue --issue #6-- of this impressive bi-monthly published out of Wooster Street in Soho. Crisp and Near Fine in its pictorial wrappers, with just a touch of light spotting to the panels. Haunting sketch of recently-slain Bobby Kennedy adorning the front cover. Contributions by Michael O'Donohue (of early "Saturday Night Live"), Mel Lyman, et al. Reflections on Eldridge Cleaver, Andy Warhol. etc.

$100.00

The Totality for Kids
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The Totality for Kids

By Raoul Vaneigem

New York: Situationist International. Original wraps. Very Good +. Uncommon 1st American edition of this translated Situationist text, which originally appeared in 1962-63 in "Internationale Situationist" under the title "Banalites de Base". Clean and VG+ to Near Fine in its stapled, printed wrappers. Octavo, translated from its original French by Christopher Gray and Philippe Vissac.

$200.00

On the Poverty of Student Life: A Consideration of Its Economic, Political, Sexual, Psychological and Notably INTELLECTUAL Aspects and a Few Ways to Cure It
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On the Poverty of Student Life: A Consideration of Its Economic, Political, Sexual, Psychological and Notably INTELLECTUAL Aspects and a Few Ways to Cure It

By Some Members of the Situationists International and Some Students from Strasbourg and New York

New York: Situationist International, 1967. The April 1967 stated 1st American edition, "published as a supplement to the 'Situationist International Bulletin', New York". Solid and VG+ in its stapled, printed wrappers, with just a touch of light chipping at the front panel's top-edge. Octavo, the Nov. 1966 original printing published by the "Strasbourg local of the French national student union"

$100.00

Treason (Vol. 1, No. 1)
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Treason (Vol. 1, No. 1)

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The Free School of New York, 1967. Original wraps. Near Fine. The Summer 1967 maiden issue of "Treason", a new Quarterly of the Free School of New York and, in this instance, "celebrating the second anniversary of the Free School's founding in the summer of 1965". Clean and Near Fine in its stapled pictorial wrappers, with just a touch of soiling at the rear panel. Quarto, richly illustrated thruout, with dozens of photographs and line-drawings.

$50.00

Outlaws of Amerika: Communiques from the Weather Underground
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Outlaws of Amerika: Communiques from the Weather Underground

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New York: The Liberated Guardian, 1971. Original wraps. Near Fine. Uncommon July 1971 pamphlet/communique issued by the Weather Underground and published by The Liberated Guardian at Cooper Square, New York. Clean and Near Fine in its stapled wrappers. 12mo, some of the material originally appeared in THE YIPPIES, the Berkeley Tribe and other papers.

$100.00

The Realist (35 Issues)
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The Realist (35 Issues)

By Paul Krassner, Ed

San Francisco: The Realist Associaton, 1974. Original wraps. Very Good +. An impressive run of "The Realist". 35 issues all told, spanning the early 60s (1962) all the way up thru the Patty Hearst kidnapping in 1974. with the heaviest concentration on 1968 and 1969. All 35 issues are clean, well-preserved and VG+. with little to no loss at the edges. A bit of light, inevitable browning to a number of the edges, otherwise very sharp.

$150.00

The Mile High Underground (Colorado)--Vol. 1, No. 4/5
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The Mile High Underground (Colorado)--Vol. 1, No. 4/5

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Denver: Mile High Underground, 1967. Original wraps. Very Good +. The Summer 1967 issue of this impressive underground newspaper issued out of Denver. Solid and VG+ in its stapled, pictorial wrappers, with very ligh foxing at the rear panel. Quarto, 36 pgs., including dozens of compelling photos and illustrations thruout.

$50.00

Unshackled #1
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Unshackled #1

By Sid Rufus

Whispershit Press. Uncommon, undated mineo, published as the first volume in a proposed series of "Littles". Solid and VG in its stapled wrappers, with light offsetting to the front panel. Quarto, published by "Whispershit", who also published the poetry magazine "Entrails"

$75.00

A Casebook on the Beat
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A Casebook on the Beat

By Thomas Parkinson, Ed

New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Co, 1961. Original wraps. Near Fine. An unusually crisp, clean copy of the 1961 1st edition. Tight and Near Fine in its pictorial wrappers, with almost none of the creasing or soiling usually associated with this copy. Octavo, part of the "Crowell Literary Casebooks" series, in this case edited by Thomas Parkinson of the University of California.

$50.00

Star*Reach (Issue #1)
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Star*Reach (Issue #1)

By Mike Friedrich, Ed

Hayward, CA: Star*Reach Productions, 1974. Original wraps. Near Fine. A clean, sharp copy of the 1974 maiden issue of this underground comic book published out of Hayward, CA. Crisp and Near Fine in its stapled, pictorial wrappers. Edited and published by Mike Friedrich.

$50.00

The Kingdom of Heaven Is Within You (Issue #1)
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The Kingdom of Heaven Is Within You (Issue #1)

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Berkeley, CA: Print Mint, 1969. Original wraps. Near Fine. A clean, crisp copy of the 1969 maiden issue of this underground comic book published out of Berkeley. Very light wear along the spine crown, otherwise well-preserved and Near Fine in its stapled, pictorial wrappers. With contributions by Allen Ginsberg, Ed Sanders, Rick Griffin and others.

$50.00

Spirit of '69: A Skinhead Bible
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Spirit of '69: A Skinhead Bible

By George Marshall

Dunoon, Scotland: S.T. Publishing, 1991. Original wraps. Near Fine. A crisp, clean copy of the 1991 1st edition of this uncommon skinhead manifesto, published out of Scotland. Tight and Near Fine in its pictorial wrappers. The slightest touch of light creasing along the tips, otherwise clean as could be. Internally immaculate as well, with no writing or markings of any kind. Tall quarto, 168 pgs., including dozens and dozens of black-and-white photos.

$250.00

Aleph: Princeton Wholebook (Tools, Resources, Alternatives)
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Aleph: Princeton Wholebook (Tools, Resources, Alternatives)

By Princeton University Students

Princeton, NJ: Aleph (Princeton University Student Group), 1972. Original wraps. Near Fine. The Fall 1972 issue (and stated 1st editon) of this uncommon --and wild-- student guide reporting candidly on all things related to Princeton's campus and the tiny village surrounding it. Clearly suffused with a 60s spirit of justice and empowerment, this is essentially an alternative guide to all the resources available to the university community and an intimate glimpse into Ivy League student life in the politicized early 70s. Clean and Near Fine in its stapled, pictorial wrappers. An oblong quarto, also includes the Table of Contents insert.

$150.00

Bombay Duck No. 4
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Bombay Duck No. 4

By Ev Thomas, Ed

San Francisco: Ev Thomas, 1977. Original wraps. Very Good +. A solid copy of Bombay Duck #4. Issued in 1977 by Ev Thomas out of San Francisco. Tight and VG+ in its stapled wrappers, with just a touch of spotting at the panels. Cover photo by Todd Walker.

$50.00

Touch:Ritual:Magnetic North
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Touch:Ritual:Magnetic North

By J Wozencroft, Ed

London: M Harding, 1985. Original wraps. Fine. Issue #5 of the 1980s British underground magazine "Touch". This issue, called "Ritual", also includes the 90 minute cassette, called "Magnetic North". The magazine is clean and Fine in its pictorial wrappers and the cassette is in pristine condition. Both the cassette and magazine are housed in a pictorial cardboard envelope, which is sturdy and solid, with just a bit of light wear at the tips.

$150.00

Drugstore Cowboy
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Drugstore Cowboy

By Gus Van Sant & Dan Yost

Los Angeles: Avenue Entertainment, 1988. Original Wraps. Collectible; Fine. The September 10th, 1988 Final Shooting Script of "Drugstore Cowboy", INSCRIBED ON THE FRONT COVER BY THE FILM'S DIRECTOR AND CO-WRITER, GUS VAN SANT. Complete in 97 unbound 8 1/2" x 11" typed pgs. Signed by Author.

$500.00

To Fuck Is to Love Again (Kyrie Eleison Kerista) or The Situation in the West Followed by a Modest Proposal
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To Fuck Is to Love Again (Kyrie Eleison Kerista) or The Situation in the West Followed by a Modest Proposal

By Lawrence Ferlinghetti

New York: Fuck You Press, 1965. 1st. Original Wraps. Collectible; Very Good. The 1965 Lawrence Ferlinghetti issue of this remarkable poetry magazine, published by Ed Sanders' iconoclastic Fuck You Press. Solid and well-preserved in its stapled, light-pink wrappers. Light creasing at the panel edges and very light staining to several of the upper tips. Still though, very presentable. Quarto, 9 multi-colored pages of original Ferlinghetti verse.

$250.00

America

By Ralph Steadman

San Francisco: Straight Arrow Books, 1974. 1st. Hardcover. Collectible; Very Good/Very Good. The 1974 1st edition of this scorching treatment of post-Vietnam America by Ralph Steadman. VG- in its dark boards, with light mustiness to the panels and one small stain at the front gutter. And in a bright, price-intact, VG- dustjacket, with light creasing and chipping at the panel edges and very light staining to the inside of the jacket along the top-edges. Still though, a presentable, sturdy copy. Tall quarto, wickedly illustrated thruout, Introduction by Hunter S. Thompson.

$100.00

Yoyo Magazine (Issue #00)

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New York: Yoyo, Inc, 1972. 1st. Original Wraps. Collectible; Very Good. Issue #00 of Yoyo Magzine, an adult-only undeground magazine published out of New York in the early 70s. Includes people such as Michael O'Donoghue (soon of "Saturday Night Live" fame) and the illustrator Tomi Ungerer. Clean, solid and VG+ in its pictorial wrappers. Magazine-formatted, 97 pgs.

$100.00

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