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By Ginzburg, Ralph




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Eros : Vol. 1, no. 4 (Winter 1962) [Love in the Bible; Jewel Box Revue; Letter From Allan Ginsberg; Was Shakespeare a Homosexual?; Long After Midnight Girl; Sexual Side of Anti-Semitism; My Life and Loves; President Harding's Second Lady; Male Chape

Ginzburg, Ralph, 1929-2006 [Herb Lubalin, Warren Boroson, Susan Ginzburg, Robert Knepper, Frank R Brady, Myra Shomer, Clarence Byrd, Rufus Causer, Patricia Judge, Robert Lee, Kenneth Choo, Edward Cohen, Yetta Cohn, Kit Cunningham, Albert Gould]

New York, NY : Eros Magazine, 1962., 1962. Very Good. 96 pp ; color illustrations ; photographic boards featuring scenes of Adam and Eve by Albrecht Durer ; ISSN: 0425-2357 ; LCCN: 62-3170 ; sn 97-48172 ; 13" x 10" ; The fourth and final issue of the infamous sex periodical of the 60's, shut down after this the fourth issue ; as publisher Ralph Ginzberg himself writes concerning this scandalous publication : "Upon discharge from the Army I shifted into broadcasting and magazines (NBC, Reader's Digest, Collier's, LOOK and other pillars of communic ations industry respectability), then launched my own magazine, the artistic, cerebral, innovative and highly acclaimed hard-bound quarterly EROS. Writers and other intellectuals throughout the world celebrated it. Even the U.S. State Department bou ght copies to exhibit at USIA libraries overseas as exemplars of American periodical publishing. But bluenoses here at home railed against the publication and one, the New York smut-hunting Catholic priest Morton Hill, persuaded U.S. Attorney Genera l Robert Kennedy to have me indicted, as Father Hill later boasted, for distributing 'obscene' literature through the mails, a federal crime. The indictment sought punishment of $280,000 in fines and 280 years in prison. New York's newspapers gave p rominent play to Father Hill's and the Justice Department's attacks against me. They quoted -- straight-faced -- the remarks of Congresswoman Kathryn O'Hay Granahan who declared, on the floor of the House of Representatives, that my publication of E ROS was 'part of an international Communist plot.' But newspapers ignored my every attempt to defend myself against these moronic allegations. I announced press conferences at various sites around town: at the Benjamin Franklin statue on Newspaper R ow, at my magazine's offices, on the steps of the General Post Office. All were listed in the AP and UPI daybooks but nobody showed up -- with one exception: Gay Talese, then a star reporter for The New York Times, appeared at my Post Office press c onference where I presented an impassioned rebuttal of my attackers' charges and answered his few questions. I distinctly remember that he jotted down not a single word of my remarks. The Times ran no story the next day and Talese went onto become v ice president and a director of P.E.N., the international organization dedicated to combating censorship of authors and publishers. After a brief trial in June, 1963, I was convicted in U.S. District Court, Philadelphia." ; Contents: Love in the Bib le / Rufus Mott -- The Jewel Box Revue : A Photographic Essay / Raymond Jacobs -- A Letter From Allan Ginsberg -- Was Shakespeare a Homosexual? / John Erno Russell -- I Want a Girl Just Like the Girl -- The Long After Midnight Girl : A Short, Short Story / Ray Bradbury -- The Sexual Side of Anti-Semitism / Shepherd Raymond -- My Life and Loves / Frank Harris, introduction by Warren Boroson -- New Twists on 3 Great Trysts / Dan Greenburg -- President Harding's Second Lady / John Hejno -- Bawdy Limericks : The Folklore of the Intellectual -- The Natural Superiority of Women as Eroticists / Eberhard W and Phyllis C Kronhausen -- Memoirs of a Male Chaperon / John Sack -- Black and White in Color : A Photographic Tone Poem / Ralph M Hattersle y Jr. -- Lysistrata / Aristophanes, a free adaptation by Ivan Grazni ; artwork, Albrecht Durer, Rembrandt, Heindrik Goltzius, Jost De Negker, Geller, Jerome Snyder, John Alcom, Charles B Slackman, Milton Glaser; Norman Lindsay, photos, C. White, Ray mond Jacobs ; other staff: James A. P. Melody, Norman Moskowitz, Rose "Moms" Mulvaney, Michael Panchak, Estelle Proce, Gerard A. Schneider, Linda Uyehara ; spine sunned, some scuff marks, else VG

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Eros : Vol. 1, no. 3 (Autumn 1962) [Aphrodesiacs; Aphrodesiac Recipes; Sam Roth; Unicorn as Phallic Symbol; Merry Muses of Caledonia; My Quest for a French Tickler in Japan; Love Life of Napoleon; Brothel in Art; Clitoris; Fanny Hill; French Post C

Ginzburg, Ralph, 1929-2006 [Herb Lubalin, Warren Boroson, Susan Ginzburg, Robert Knepper, Frank R Brady, Myra Shomer, Muriel Wells, Rufus Causer, Richard Ciappa, Lenore C Israel, Patricia Judge, Maxine Kalfus, Gerald D Kissler, Sharon Klein, Robert

New York, NY : Eros Magazine, 1962., 1962. Very Good. 96 pp ; color illustrations ; photographic boards featuring close-up photographs of Marilyn Monroe ; ISSN: 0425-2357 ; LCCN: 62-3170 ; sn 97-48172 ; 13" x 10" ; The third issue of the infamous sex periodical of the 60's, shut down after the fourth i ssue ; as publisher Ralph Ginzberg himself writes concerning this scandalous publication : "Upon discharge from the Army I shifted into broadcasting and magazines (NBC, Reader's Digest, Collier's, LOOK and other pillars of communications industry re spectability), then launched my own magazine, the artistic, cerebral, innovative and highly acclaimed hard-bound quarterly EROS. Writers and other intellectuals throughout the world celebrated it. Even the U.S. State Department bought copies to exhi bit at USIA libraries overseas as exemplars of American periodical publishing. But bluenoses here at home railed against the publication and one, the New York smut-hunting Catholic priest Morton Hill, persuaded U.S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy t o have me indicted, as Father Hill later boasted, for distributing 'obscene' literature through the mails, a federal crime. The indictment sought punishment of $280,000 in fines and 280 years in prison. New York's newspapers gave prominent play to F ather Hill's and the Justice Department's attacks against me. They quoted -- straight-faced -- the remarks of Congresswoman Kathryn O'Hay Granahan who declared, on the floor of the House of Representatives, that my publication of EROS was 'part of a n international Communist plot.' But newspapers ignored my every attempt to defend myself against these moronic allegations. I announced press conferences at various sites around town: at the Benjamin Franklin statue on Newspaper Row, at my magazine 's offices, on the steps of the General Post Office. All were listed in the AP and UPI daybooks but nobody showed up -- with one exception: Gay Talese, then a star reporter for The New York Times, appeared at my Post Office press conference where I presented an impassioned rebuttal of my attackers' charges and answered his few questions. I distinctly remember that he jotted down not a single word of my remarks. The Times ran no story the next day and Talese went onto become vice president and a director of P.E.N., the international organization dedicated to combating censorship of authors and publishers. After a brief trial in June, 1963, I was convicted in U.S. District Court, Philadelphia." ; Contents: MM 6/21/82 / Bert Stern -- Aphrod esiacs : The Pharmacopoeia of Love / Warren Boroson -- Aphrodesiac Recipes -- Sam Roth, Prometheus of the Unprintable / Robert Antrim -- The Unicorn as Phallic Symbol / David Bar-Illan -- Kiss My Firm But Pliant Lips : A Short Story / Dan Greenburg -- The Merry Muses of Caledonia / Robert Burns -- My Quest for a French Tickler in Japan / Mimi Sheraton -- Q: How do Porcupines Do It? A. Carefully -- The Love Life of Napoleon / Daivd Bar-Illan -- The Brothel in Art -- Sexercise / Bonnie Prudden -- The Clitoris Part I : A Philological Note on a Defect in Sex Organ Nomenclature / Abram Blau -- The Clitoris Part II : A Philological Note on a Defect in Sex Organ Nomenclature / Leo Kanner -- French Post Cards -- Poem and Etching / Carol Leah Ea ton -- Fanny Hill - Condensed / John Cleland -- Introduction / Albert Ellis ; photos Bert Stern, Irv Bahrt ; artwork, Bob Sullivan, Charles B Slackman, Milton Glaser, Joe Kaufman, Virgil Solis, Abraham Bosse, Rembrandt, Crispin De Passe, C. Williams , Jan Vermeer, William Hogarth, Jan van Hemessen, Thomas Rowlandson, Kitao Masonobu, Utamaro, Jules Pascin, Ken Stuart, Toulouse-Lautrec, Jose Clemente Orozco, Georges Rouault, Picasso, Carol Leah Eaton ; other staff: Gin Louie, Tanya Moorse, Robert L. Mund, Estelle Proce, Gerald A Schneider, Susan Smith, Robert Tsang ; spine sunned, some scuff marks, else VG

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EROS (Vol 1, numbers 1, 2, 3 & 4, all printed)

Ginzburg, Ralph

NY: Eros. NEAR FINE books. FINE but for few minor cover flaws. MINT inside. 1962. 1st edition.. Hardcover.. NEAR FINE set. MINT inside. All spine heels lightly stained & minor wear on #1 spine. Original promotional material laid in. . Five promotional material related items laid in. (1) 5"x3" slip reading: "GUARANTEE: EROS unconditionally guarantees full refund of the price of any issue of the magazine which fails to reach you because of U.S. Post Office censorship interference." (2) mail order subscription form, (3) a 10"x7" flyer touting MM issue, (4) a 22"x18" flyer touting magazine itself and (5) a two page EROS ad from DUDE magazine, a men's magazine published '50s thru 70s. .

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EROS: All 4 Issues. COMPLETE. Volume One; Number One, Two, Three, and Four

Ginzburg, Ralph

Eros Magazine, Inc., 1962. Mild edgewear to the spine edges, some shelfwear. Vol. three:soiling to cover, fingerprints. Vols. 1& 4: damp stain to the lower edge of board & spine (Does not effect text block). Some mild ripling to top & bottom edges/marginalla (Does not effect text block). Scattered foxing throughout. Vol. 3-- previous owner's name in ink of FFEP. Pages are lightly agetoned. All corners are square. Tight binding. Vol. 3 -- two scratches on front endpaper (about 3'' for one in length and 1.5" for the other. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Dust Jacket.

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EROS - ALL FOUR ISSUES, COMPLETE Volume One; Number One, Two, Three and Four

Ginzburg, Ralph (editor)

Eros Magazine. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued; Number 1; many fingerprints on . covers, tiny tear over lower spine, light edge bump. Number 2; spine ends . rubbed. Number 3; light scuffs, rubs. Contains studio prortraits of . Marilyn Monroe, done by Bert Stern, 6 weeks before her death. Number 4; . one corner lightly bumped, mild rubs, sunning. Overweight, oversized, 9 . lbs.. 1962. Hardcover. 4to 11" - 13" tall .

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EROS (4 VOLUMES)

Ginzburg, Ralph (Editor)

Eros, 1962. Book. Good. Hardcover. First Ed. Set of all 4 hardcover volumes of Eros. Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter 1962 issues. All volumes in good condition with over all wear, corners bumped and worn, covers dirty, pages well thumbed. Without dustjackets, as issued. Heavy oversize set. Also includes various clippings about the magazine and editior..

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Eros: Autumn, 1962 (Volume One, Number Three)

GINZBURG, Ralph (editor)

New York: Eros Magazine, 1962. Hardcover. Folio. Glossy pictorial paper over boards. 96pp. Numerous illustrations (many color), pictorial endpapers. Near fine. A tight and attractive first edition of the penultimate issue of this short-lived quarterly devoted to sex and love, featuring 18 pages' worth of Bert Stern's famed racy last photographs of Marilyn Monroe along with an essay on Sam Roth and an excerpt from "Fanny Hill." The fourth and last issue earned Ginzburg (1929-2006) conviction on federal obscenity laws.

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Eros: Four Volumes Volume One Numbers 1-4

Ginzburg, Ralph (editor)

Eros Magazine, Inc, 1962-01-01. Hardcover. Good. 4 volumes. Hardcover. Good binding and cover. Shelfwear, hinges weak. Volume3 boards heavily soiled. Clean, unmarked pages. This is an oversized or heavy book, which requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US.

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Eros: Autumn 1962, Volume One, Number Three

Ginzburg, Ralph [editor]

New York, New York, U.S.A.: Eros Magazine, Inc., 1962. Very good, hardcover, no dust jacket, autumn 1962 volume one number three Marilyn Monroe edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Dust Jacket.

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Eros: Autumn, 1962; Volume One, Number Three

GINZBURG, Ralph, editor and publisher

New York: Eros Magazine, Inc, 1962. Hardcover. Near Fine. First edition. Folio measuring 10" x 13". 96pp. Illustrated from black & white and color photographs. Art direction, Herb Lubalin. Editors Warren Boroson, Susan Ginzberg, and Robbert Knepper. Faint musty odor, light wear to the extremities with modest rubbing, near fine. Other contributors Rosemary Latimore, Frank R. Brady, Myra Shomer, Muriel Wells, Rufus Causer, Richard Ciappa, Lenore C. Israel, Patricia Judge. Maxine Kalfus, Gerald D. Kissler, Sharon Klein, Robert lee, Gin Louie, Tanya Moorse, Robert L. Mund, Estelle Proce, Gerald A. Schneider, Susan Smith, Robert Tsang.

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Eros - Volume 1 No.4 - Winter 1962

Ginzburg, Ralph (editor)

NY: Eros Magazine Inc.,, 1962. Not Indicated. Hard Cover. Very Good +/No Jacket. Illus. by Color plates, illustrations.

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Eros; Volume One, Number Three

Ginzburg, Ralph

New York: Eros Magazine, 1962. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good +. 4to (13" x 10"). 96pp. Light wear to covers, lower corners bumped, text block tight and unmarked.

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Eros - Volume 1 No.4 - Winter 1962

Ginzburg, Ralph (editor)

NY: Eros Magazine Inc.,, 1962. Includes letter from Allen Ginsberg. 96 pp.. Not Indicated. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Color plates, illustrations.

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EROS, Autumn, 1962, Volume One, Number Three (Marilyn Monroe)

Ginzburg, Ralph (editor)

NY: Eros Magazine Inc.,, 1962. The last studio portraits of Marilyn Monroe. Small tear at headband of spine, otherwise in nice condition.. Not Indicated. Hard Cover. Very Good/None. Illus. by Color & b/w Photos & iIlustrations.

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Eros - Volume 1 No.1 - Spring 1962

Ginzburg, Ralph (editor)

NY: Eros Magazine Inc.,, 1962. Some soiling on cover. One corner lightly bumped, otherwise in nice condition.. Not Indicated. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Color plates, illustrations.

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Eros

GINZBURG, Ralph

New York: Eros Magazine, 1962. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. Autumn, Volume 1 Number 4. Very good plus in pictorial boards.

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Eros: Winter, 1962. Volume One, Number Four [Hardcover] [Jan 01, 1963] Ginzburg, Ralph

Ginzburg, Ralph

Eros Magazine, Inc, 1963-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. A slightly used book, no writing or marks, winter, 1962, volume one, number four, no dust jacket, gray boards.

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Eros - Volume 1 No.2 - Summer,1962

Ginzburg, Ralph (editor)

NY: Eros Magazine Inc.,, 1962. Not Indicated. Hard Cover. Very Good +/No Jacket. Illus. by Color plates, illustrations.

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Eros: Winter, 1962, Volume One, Number Four

Ginzburg, Ralph (ed)

New York: Eros Magazine, Inc., 1963. 96pp; HB brwn.w/blk.; slight rub w/clean,tight pgs. Lead article: "Love in the Bible" by Rufus Mott. illus.. Hard Cover. Very Good ++/No Jacket. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Magazine.

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Eros: Summer, 1962, Volume One, Number Two

Ginzburg, Ralph (ed)

New York: Eros Magazine, Inc., 1962. 81pp+'letters'; HB yellow&blk.w/red; some rub w/lt.wear on corners; clean,tight pgs. Lead Article: "We All Love Jack" by Faye Emerson. illus.. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Magazine.

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Eros: Winter, 1962, Volume One, Number Four

Ginzburg, Ralph

Eros. Sturdy, 96 pages, some cover stains and edge wear. We have all four issues . Very Good. Hardbound. 1962.

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Eros : Winter, 1962 : Volume One, Number Four

Ginzburg, Ralph (editor)

New York: Eros Magazine. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1962. Hardcover. A very nice copy with just traces of cover wear. ; Folio 13" - 23" tall; 96 pages .

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Eros: Winter, 1962 Volume One, Number Four

Ginzburg, Ralph (editor)

New York: Eros Magazine, Inc., 1962. Oversized hard cover, no DJ. Slght foxing otherwise clean and unmarked. The fourth issue of Ralph Ginsburg's famous Eros publication. . First Edition. Hard. Good/No Jacket. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

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Eros: Volume One Number Two, Summer 1962

Ginzburg, Ralph

New York: Eros Magazine, Inc., 1962. Cover is lightly worn. Pages are clean and tight.. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

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Eros: Volume One, Number Four

Ginzburg, Ralph

New York: Eros Magazine, Inc., 1962. Cover is faded at top. Pages are clean and tight.. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

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Eros: Winter, 1962. Volume One, Number Four

Ginzburg, Ralph

Eros Magazine, Inc., 1963. Hardcover. Very Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less.Dust jacket quality is not guaranteed.

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Eros: Summer, 1962, Volume One, Number Two

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New York: Eros Magazine Inc, 1962. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. Folio. Very good with light edgewear.

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Eros: Summer, 1962, Volume One, Number Two

Ginzburg, Ralph (ed)

New York: Eros Magazine, Inc., 1962. 81pp+'letters'; HB yellow&blk.w/red; some rub w/lt.wear on corners; clean,tight pgs. Lead Article: "We All Love Jack" by Faye Emerson. illus.. Hard Cover. Very Good +/No Jacket. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Magazine.

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EROS: Autumn, 1962, Volume One, Number Three

Ginzburg, Ralph ed.

New York: Eros Magazine, 1962. 1962, 96pp, illus., slight soiling & shelfwear to cover, no dj, contents clean.. Hard Cover. Very Good -/No Jacket.

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EROS: Spring, 1962, Volume One, Number One

Ginzburg, Ralph ed.

New York: Eros Magazine, 1962. 1962, 80pp, illus., light soiling & shelfwear to cover, contents clean.. Cloth. Very Good/No Jacket.

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Eros

Ginzburg, Ralph (publisher)

New York: Ginzburg, Ralph, 1962. Illustrated essays and stories on erotica. 96 pages.. Winter 1962, Volume One No. 4. Decorative Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 10 x 13".

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EROS: Winter, 1962, Volume One, Number Four

Ginzburg, Ralph ed.

New York: Eros Magazine, 1963. 1963, 96pp, illus., light shelfwear to cover, no dj, contents clean.. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.

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Eros: Summer, 1962

Ginzburg, Ralph

New York: Eros, 1962. Great color reprint cigar box ads on pages 17 - 24! The book has a strong musty smell. The cover has some small tears and surface wear over the top and bottom corner edges. . Not Stated. Hardcover. Very Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

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Eros: Winter, 1962. Volume One, Number Four

Ralph Ginzburg

NY: Eros Magazine, Inc, 1962 Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. Oversized.

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