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Rolling Stone (Issue #61, June 25th, 1970 -- Charles Manson Cover)
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Rolling Stone (Issue #61, June 25th, 1970 -- Charles Manson Cover)

By Jann Wenner, Ed

San Francisco: Straight Arrow Publishers, 1970. Original wraps. Near Fine. A clean, very sharp example of the June 25th, 1970 issue, issue #61, with a very intense-looking Charles Manson on the cover. Evenly folded for shipping purposes but, happily, no shipping label in this instance. A crisp and bright copy.

$50.00

Time (With 4 Drawings by Brion Gysin)
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Time (With 4 Drawings by Brion Gysin)

By William Burroughs

New York: "C" Press, 1965. Original wraps. Very Good -. Brion Gysin. The 1965 1st trade edition, which consists of 886 copies. (There's also a " hors commerce" edition of 4 copies; a numbered edition {A thru J} of 10 copies, "hardbound, each containing an original manuscript page by Burroughs and an original drawing by Gysin, signed by both"; and 100 numbered and signed copies). This, the trade edition, is bright, presentable and VG- in its stapled, pictorial wrappers, with light creasing along the spine and soiling at the rear panel. The regions along the upper tips have been evenly cut in both the front and rear, showing a somewhat symmetrical, thin, angular loss which, happily, has resulted in almost no loss to the text. Quarto, includes 4 drawings by Brion Gysin in the heart of the book. The general editior of "C" was Ted Berrigan, the editor of this issue Ron Padgett and its art director Joe Brainard.

$250.00

Rolling Stone (Issue #48, December 13th, 1969 -- Miles Davis Cover)
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Rolling Stone (Issue #48, December 13th, 1969 -- Miles Davis Cover)

By Jann Wenner, Ed

San Francisco: Straight Arrow Publications, 1969. Original wraps. Very Good +. A clean, crisp example of the December 13th, 1969 issue, issue #48, with an intense-looking Miles Davis on the cover. Evenly folded for shipping purposes but, happily, no shipping label. A crisp, easily VG+ copy, with just a touch of light creasing along the edges.

$50.00

Rolling Stone (Issue #42, September 20th, 1969 -- "Woodstock: 450,000")
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Rolling Stone (Issue #42, September 20th, 1969 -- "Woodstock: 450,000")

By Jann Wenner, Ed

San Francisco: Straight Arrow Publications, 1969. Original wraps. Near Fine. A very sharp example of the September 20th, 1969 issue, issue #42, with its "Woodstock: 450,000" cover (photographed by Baron Wolman). Evenly folded for shipping purposes but, happily, no shipping labels. Crisp, clean and Near Fine.

$150.00

Moody's Skidrow Beanery Kansas Underground from Beat to Hip
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Moody's Skidrow Beanery Kansas Underground from Beat to Hip

By Patrick Joseph O'Connor

Wichita, KS: Row fant Press, 1999. Original wraps. Near Fine. The 1999 stated 1st edition of this uncommon look at the underground music, art and street scenes in and around Wichita, Kansas. Clean and Near Fine to Fine in its pictorial wrappers. Octavo, 131 pgs.

$100.00

Rolling Stone (Issue #31, April 19th, 1969 -- Sun Ra Cover)
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Rolling Stone (Issue #31, April 19th, 1969 -- Sun Ra Cover)

By Jann Wenner, Ed

San Francisco: Straight Arrow Publications, 1969. Original wraps. Near Fine. A clean, crisp example of the April 19th, 1969 issue, issue #31, with a wonderful photo of Sun Ra adorning the cover. Evenly folded for shipping purposes but, happily, no shipping label. A bright, very well-preserved copy.

$100.00

So Who Owns Death TV
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So Who Owns Death TV

By William Burroughs, Claude Pelieu and Carl Weissner

Beach Books, Texts & Documents, 1967. Original wraps. Good +. The 1967 1st edition (with the price of 50 cents), in its folded, stapled wrappers. Some soiling and light creasing, a bit of chipping along the rear edge (and a few of the page edges internally). Beach Books Texts & Documents, "a black bag pamphlet", distributed by City Lights Books.

$50.00

Let the Mice In
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Let the Mice In

By Brion Gysin

West Glover, VT: Something Else Press, 1973. Original wraps. Near Fine. A crisp, very sharp copy of the 1973 1st paperback edition. Clean and Near Fine in its light-brown wrappers. Octavo, edited by Jan Herman, with texts by William Burroughs and Ian Sommerville.

$100.00

Wait for Me at the Bottom of the Pool: The Writings of Jack Smith
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Wait for Me at the Bottom of the Pool: The Writings of Jack Smith

By Edited by J. Hoberman and Edward Leffingwell

New York: High Risk Books, 1997. Original wraps. Near Fine. The 1997 1st edition of this collection of the writings of filmmaker and artist Jack Smith (1932-1989). Clean and Near Fine in its printed wrappers, with just a touch of faint curling at the upper tips. Octavo, edited by J. Hoberman (famed film critic of The Village Voice) and Edward Leffingwell.

$50.00

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

By --

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

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)

By --

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

Rolling Stone Issues #95 and #96-- November 11th and November 25th, 1971: The Original Appearance --and Complete Text-- of "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas"
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Rolling Stone Issues #95 and #96-- November 11th and November 25th, 1971: The Original Appearance --and Complete Text-- of "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas"

By Jann Wenner, Ed. (Hunter Thompson)

San Francisco: Straight Arrow Press, Inc, 1971. Original wraps. Very Good. Ralph Steadman. The November 11th and November 25th, 1971 issues of Rolling Stone, featuring the complete text --and the very first appearance-- of Hunter Thompson's "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" (with Ralph Steadman's jarring cover illustrations). Both issues clean and VG, with their even folds (for shipping purposes) but, happily, no shipping labels. A bit of very light creasing to the page edges and just a touch of light soiling along the top-edges. Still though, bright and very presentable. For obvious reasons, these are clearly 2 of the magazine's most historic issues.

$400.00

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