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JARGON 11]. PATCHEN, Kenneth. (MILLER, Henry). (WILLIAMS, Jonathan).

Published by Jonathan Williams, Publisher,, Highlands, North Carolina: (1958)

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Item Description: Jonathan Williams, Publisher,, Highlands, North Carolina:, 1958. [JARGON 11]. PATCHEN, Kenneth. POEM-SCAPES. [Cover title]: Poemscapes. by Kenneth Patchen. Small octavo, gray paper-covered boards, with publisher's yellow-gold printed paper wrap-around cover label printed in black (on hand-made paper stating "POEMSCAPES" on front cover), [50] pages. Signed and numbered by Kenneth Patchen, with a painted poem in Kenneth Patchen's ink holograph [stating]: "Kindness of Clowns/ [followed by a nine-line holograph poem]/ The gold and grey Edition/ 42 copies/ Kenneth Patchen/ number 17" [entirely in Kenneth Patchen's bold ink holograph]. Patchen's holograph (poem and inscription) has been boldly written in black ink onto a quarto sheet of yellow-gold handmade paper, painted with a multi-color abstract watercolor decoration by Kenneth Patchen. The sheet has been mounted onto the front pastedown and front flyleaf [as issued by publisher Jonathan Williams]. Also signed by Jonathan Williams on the title page (above his printed name). A scarce publication in this 'Gold and Grey Edition' (limited to 42 copies, with a holograph poem) [NB: not to be confused with the special 'painted' binding issue of the same title, limited to 75 copies]. OCLC lists only a few holdings of this 'Gold & Grey' issue limited to 42 copies (with holograph poem) [LC, Duke and Texas (HRC)]. Covers have light fading and few very small spots of wear on spine, slightly bumped at one corner, else a near fine copy, with covers, text and holograph poem fresh and bright. First edition, signed issue; "The Gold and Grey Edition," limited to 42 copies, signed and numbered by Kenneth Patchen, with an original painted poem in Kenneth Patchen's ink holograph, "Kindness of Clowns" [issued as "Jargon 11"]; also signed by Jonathan Williams. Bookseller Inventory # 74992

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MILLER, Henry

Published by (Lecram Servant) [1935], (Paris) (1935)

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Item Description: (Lecram Servant) [1935], (Paris), 1935. Softcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. First Edition. A small, early volume by Miller, self-published with money he earned from Tropic of Cancer, according to the bibliography. Shifreen & Jackson A10a. "By Henry Miller" penned on the first blank by the author, also according to the bibliographers. Shifreen & Jackson's comment on the first and second editions: "Miller's name is signed in The First Edition but printed in [the] Second." There is no printed author name in this volume. Roughly 15 pages of text by Miller, intent on soliciting 25 francs a week to send Alfred Perles to Ibiza to finish a novel. Slight surface soiling; very near fine in stapled wrappers. Approximately 3-3/4" x 5". Because of its size and fragility, one of Miller's scarcest "A" items. Bookseller Inventory # 017150

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Forester, C.S.

Published by Michael Joseph, 17 & 18, Henrietta Street, London (1938)

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Item Description: Michael Joseph, 17 & 18, Henrietta Street, London, 1938. Hardcover. Book Condition: very good. Dust Jacket Condition: very good. Henry Miller (illustrator). First edition. 5" - 7¾". C.S. Forester offered a powerful protagonist in Captain Horatio Hornblower and his Hornblower series with good writing detail that provides authenticity, and good stories that live on in the reader's head. In 1927, C.S. Forester purchased three volumes of The Naval Chronicle from 1790 to 1820. For the Chronicle, officers of the Royal Navy wrote articles on strategy, seamanship, gunnery, and other professional topics of interest to their colleagues. The Chronicle for those years covered the wars with Napoleon. Forester, a former medical student-turned-writer had plotted "The Happy Return" (First Hornblower Novel, Issued in the US as "Beat to Quarters"), published in 1937. "A Ship of the Line" and "Flying Colours" were published soon after in 1938. Forester's interest in the Romantic period and the political and military maneuvers of the early 1800s continued, and the Hornblower saga was produced. This is the extremely rare second book of the series since production was limited as the publisher had planned to release a separate edition that bundled "A Ship of the Line" with "Flying Colours." "Flying Colours" was released after the double volume. It became almost a ritual for Mr. Forester to anounce after each Hornblower book tht it would be his last. "We have said goodby to each other and meant it a dozen times at least," he remarked in 1957. The novelist had left a manuscript of the last Hornblower novel in a bank vault with instructions that it be published only after his death. In this novel, which is the 12th in the series, the irascible, resourceful master of fighting sail dies. This second book of the series is in very good condition with clean pages and its original dust-wrapper showing some edge-wear and tiny bit of spoting to the back only. Book is without any restoration. A first impression, unique item in this condition. book. Bookseller Inventory # 274005

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BECKETT, Samuel). (MILLER, Henry). (O'HARA, Frank).

Published by (New York). (1959)

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Item Description: (New York)., 1959. First edition.. (BECKETT, Samuel). EVERGREEN REVIEW. Volume 3, Number 9. (Summer 1959). [Periodical]. Octavo, pictorial wrappers, 224 pages, illustrated. Contains Samuel Beckett's, "Text for Nothing I" [F&F 378], and contributions by Henry Miller, Frank O'Hara, Denise Levertov, Gary Snyder et al. Inscribed, and signed, by Samuel Beckett at his contribution in the text, stating: "The publication of author's English translation of 'texte pour rien' best wishes from Sam. 1960" (signed by Beckett at top margin of the first page of his contribution). An uncommon Beckett contribution, when signed; Samuel Beckett presentation inscriptions are seldom so expansive, as encountered here. Light wear at extremities of spine and front cover, faint crease on front cover, else a very good, bright copy. Bookseller Inventory # 69801

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Miller, Henry

Published by Loujon Press, New Orleans (1966)

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Item Description: Loujon Press, New Orleans, 1966. Limited First Edition. Limited First Edition. [Green Oasis Edition]. Miller, Henry. Order and Chaos Chez Hans Reichel: A Loujon Press - of New Orleans - Limited First Edition, [1966]. S&J A157f. Loujon is one of the greatest counter-culture presses of the second half of the 20th century. The very scarce Green Oasis Limited Issue, one of only 11 copies. With dust jacket and cork-lined slipcase. Introduction by Lawrence Durrell. Signed by Miller at the back and lettered "N." The letters used to designate the 11 copies are the 11 letters in Miller's name. Thus there were two Ls and two Es, but only one N. This copy additionally inscribed to the collector by co-editor/co-publisher Jon Edgar Webb on what may be an advertising broadside. However, the sheet is titled "Order & Chaos Chez Hans Reichel by Henry Miller . . . The Inscription." Thus it may be a sheet developed specifically to hold inscriptions. It's the same size as the leaves in the book and in this copy it's comfortably laid in. Webb's signature and Miller's are each dated 1967. S&J believe this edition was issued at the same time as the ones listed before it in their bibliography (a through e). It had a tiny press-run compared to those of A157a, b, and c. Covers of light green cloth, with dark green leather back-strip. Gilt lettering to the spine. The front panel of the dust jacket features a Reichel painting ("L'homme de la lune"), which entails a large circle that on the verso of the sheet becomes a circle of bright orange. The first half dozen pages are printed in red ink on papers of various colors. Photo portrait of Miller bound in. Fine copy in jacket and slipcase. Bookseller Inventory # 27136

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Quiet Days in Clichy: Miller, Henry; Brassai

Miller, Henry; Brassai [Photographer]

Published by The Olympia Press (1956)

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Item Description: The Olympia Press, 1956. Soft cover. Book Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. First edition, first printing. Near fine, with a touch of creasing to the front wrapper, light reading creases to the spine and a small scuff to the rear. A very striking copy of this fragile paperback original. A novella based on Miller's experiences as an American expatriate living in Paris, coupled with the Hungarian-born photographer Brassai's nocturnal images of the city printed in gravure. Bookseller Inventory # 160717010

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MILLER, Henry). GIONO, Jean

Published by Viking, NY (1946)

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Item Description: Viking, NY, 1946. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. First Edition. The first American edition of this novel by Giono, a writer whom Miller had come to admire while in France and whom he had long worked to get published in the U.S. Inscribed by Miller to his muse and former wife, June: "For June/ from/ Henry, Lepska & Val/ Xmas 1947." Lepska was Janina Martha Lepska Miller, Henry's third wife, and Val was their two year-old daughter. Henry and June had not been in regular touch for several years at this point, but she had recently contacted him and was destitute. He arranged for a friend to send her some money (he was still broke in the U.S.; his books had sold well in France and he had a substantial amount of money there but no way, under postwar regulations, to get it out of the country). His renewed contact with June, however, sparked his getting back to work on the Rosy Crucifixion, which he saw as his masterpiece-to-be, but which had been languishing. The part he was about to embark on -- dealing with his time with June and Jean Kronski -- was full of painful memories that Miller would have to relive in order to write it. The contact with June -- with whom he maintained contact thereafter -- allowed him to revisit that time and those experiences, and to finally bring to fruition the long-contemplated work. The cloth is heavily and unevenly faded; corners bumped; a very good copy, lacking the dust jacket. An excellent association copy, representing numerous strands of Miller's life over the prior two decades. Bookseller Inventory # 012914

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MILLER, Henry

Published by New Directions, Norfolk (1939)

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Item Description: New Directions, Norfolk, 1939. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Miller's first book to be published in the U.S., after the acclaim that his earlier books -- Tropic of Cancer, Tropic of Capricorn and Black Spring -- had achieved in Paris. One of 2000 copies printed, this copy is a review copy (so stamped on the front flyleaf, with a publication date). Inscribed by Miller to Roger Richards, a legendary New York bookseller whose store, Greenwich Books, was a hangout for many of the Beat writers including Gregory Corso, Herbert Huncke, Ginsberg and Burroughs, and even Carl Solomon. Richards also published one of the last things Miller wrote, a 1978 chapbook called Love Between the Sexes, issued in an edition of 276 copies. This was one of the early books published by New Directions, which had been founded in 1936. Darkening to endpages and spine cloth, a very good copy of the first issue in a very good, first issue dust jacket with several small edge chips and two small contemporary reviews taped to the front flap. Very uncommon as an advance copy, and an excellent association copy. Bookseller Inventory # 032894

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Bukowski, Charles; Crosby, Caresse [Editor]; Miller, Henry; Boyle, Kay; Crosby. Harry; Hanley, James; Genet, Jean; Garcia Lorca, Federico; Lam, Wilfredo; Rexroth, Kenneth; Sartre, Jean-Paul

Published by Black Sun Press (1946)

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Item Description: Black Sun Press, 1946. Paperback. Book Condition: Collectible: Very Good. First Edition. Volume III, Spring 1946. Complete in 31 broadsides (numbered 1-28, with Book reviews, plus "Cover Leaf" and "Foreleaf") in fragile yellow wraps with pockets. One of approximately 1000 copies. Krumhansl 1. Very Good overall. Wraps, as is typical, are in fair shape-- split, foxed, and chipped. Occaisional corner bumping, edge chipping, and slight creasing to broadsides; foxing spot on TOC page. Bukowski broadside lightly foxed with a bit of edge wear. Apart from being a literary magazine composed of beautifully-printed broadsides with Henry Miller as its prose editor, this issue is quite scarce complete, featuring contributions from such 20th Century luminaries as Henry Miller, Sartre, Boyle, Genet, Garcia Lorca, Rexroth, and the first separate publication of Charles Bukowski, preceding his first book, Flower, Fist and Bestial Wail, by 14 years. Bookseller Inventory # 170216009

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MILLER, Henry

Published by The Obelisk Press, Paris (1939)

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Item Description: The Obelisk Press, Paris, 1939. First Edition. The third volume in Miller's renowned Obelisk Trilogy, which included Tropic of Cancer (1934) and Black Spring (1936). Like all of Miller's collaborations with Jack Kahane's Obelisk Press, this is a fragile book, rarely found in good condition; the present example shows ample evidence of use, but is still a presentable and complete copy. Octavo. Original publisher's wrappers printed in red and black; 367pp. Bookplate signed by Henry Miller laid in at front endpaper. Neat ownership signature to front endpaper ("S. Lewis Rand / Paris / 1945").Price elided on front flap, with new price stamped on spine (as on most copies); moderate creasing, wear and toning to wrapper edges and spine; small (ca 1/2") triangular chip to base of rear cover; just Very Good. In custom cloth slipcase. Bookseller Inventory # 17048

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MILLER, Henry

Published by Museum Reproductions n.d., Alhambra

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Item Description: Museum Reproductions n.d., Alhambra. No Binding. Book Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. First Edition. Eight unused postcards, each reproducing a Miller watercolor from the 40s or 50s, and each signed by Miller on the verso. The paintings included are: "Val's Birthday Gift," "Deux Jeunes Filles," "Marine Fantasy," "Banjo Self-Portrait," "A Bridge Somewhere," "Girl with Bird," "The Ancestor," and "The Hat and the Man." Previously framed, the frames darkened the back of the cards, but the signatures were protected. The lot is near fine. Bookseller Inventory # 027431

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Henry Miller

Published by New Directions (1952)

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Item Description: New Directions, 1952. Book Condition: Good. 1st. N/A. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Bookseller Inventory # GRP95171713

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MILLER, Henry). BRINGER, Rudolphe

Published by France-Edition, Paris (1924)

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Item Description: France-Edition, Paris, 1924. Softcover. Book Condition: Fair. No Jacket. First Edition. Inscribed by Miller to Emil Schnelluck, one of his oldest friends and one of only a handful who stayed close to Miller through the enormous changes in his life after he met June Mansfield and left his previous existence behind in almost every respect. Schnelluck had been to Europe long before Miller had, and he used to recount to Miller his memories of his visits there, which Miller eagerly soaked up. Now Miller, in Paris for the second time in October, 1930, relays this book to his friend, with a recommendation that it is "fairly easy to read and quite entertaining. Try it!" He also recounts seeing "a peach of a Huysmans yesterday on Blvd Raspail called 'Croquis de Paris.' So much to buy -- so much -- if one only had the dough!" A wonderful inscription to one of his best friends, focused on Paris and books, not to mention poverty -- the important early themes of Miller's literary life. Wrappers are missing and the inscription is on the half-title which is the first page here. Page detached from the rest of the text; extremely brittle, acidifying pages. The condition is fair, and with a risk of deterioration. Miller's underlinings and comments in the text. An excellent personal association. Bookseller Inventory # 012912

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Tropic of Capricorn: Miller, Henry

Miller, Henry

Published by The Obelisk Press (1939)

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Item Description: The Obelisk Press, 1939. Soft cover. Book Condition: Good. 1st Edition. First edition, first printing. Original publisher's wraps printed in red and black. Errata slip tipped in; 60 Francs price on spine and front flap, both with black cancel. Good. A bit fragile with a splitting to joints at ends, tape stains to joints at bottom of spine. Shows general wear, but remains a serviceable copy nonetheless. Bookseller Inventory # 161112009

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MILLER, Henry

Published by The Obelisk Press,, Paris: (1938)

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Item Description: The Obelisk Press,, Paris:, 1938. MILLER, Henry. MAX AND THE WHITE PHAGOCYTES. Large octavo, illustrated wrappers, 324 pages. Spine and rear cover moderately browned, front flyleaf and rear cover have small chip at one corner, extremities rubbed, with few small tears, light creasing on rear cover, owner's small neat rubberstamp name on front cover and title page; a very good copy of a fragile volume, with the text fresh and clean, binding tight. First edition [Shifreen & Jackson A19a; 1000 copies printed]. Bookseller Inventory # 43014

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MILLER, Henry). BAXTER, Annette Kar

Published by University of Pittsburgh Press, (Pittsburgh) (1961)

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Item Description: University of Pittsburgh Press, (Pittsburgh), 1961. Softcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. First Edition. A critical work on the meaning of exile to Miller and its effect on him. Inscribed by Baxter to Miller's muse and second wife, June, in the year of publication: "For June/ who deserves a book about her/ with gratitude and much affection. Annette." Laid in is an autograph letter signed by Baxter from the preceding Christmas season, thanking June for a gift, updating her on the progress of the book, and adding "Will let you know when we hear from him [Henry]." The letter is folded in half and lightly edgeworn where it overhangs the book; the book is mildly sunned and spine-creased, with a small nick at the crown and small abrasions; both items about near fine. Bookseller Inventory # 012919

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Miller, Henry

Published by Olympia Press, Paris (1956)

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Item Description: Olympia Press, Paris, 1956. Soft Cover. First Edition. Illustrated with photographs by Brassa. Slight spine lean and two mild vertical creases to spine, minimal edgewear, else a bright, clean, and tight very good plus copy in perfect bound self-wrappers. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 004294

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Miller, Henry A.

Published by Pergamon Press (1969)

ISBN 10: 0080134033 ISBN 13: 9780080134031

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Item Description: Pergamon Press, 1969. Book Condition: Fair. 1st. N/A. Former Library book. Shows definite wear, and perhaps considerable marking on inside. Bookseller Inventory # GRP89089592

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Miller, Henry A.

Published by Pergamon Press (1969)

ISBN 10: 008013288X ISBN 13: 9780080132884

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Item Description: Pergamon Press, 1969. Book Condition: Good. 1st. N/A. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Bookseller Inventory # GRP89089593

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The Cosmological Eye.: Miller, Henry

Miller, Henry

Published by New Directions, Norfolk, CT (1939)

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Item Description: New Directions, Norfolk, CT, 1939. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fair. First edition.. First edition. vi, 364 pp. Original cloth, without dust jacket. Presentation copy with the author's signature: "To J. Payet-Frederick, in commemoration of what I must say has been the most astonishing since I ever attended. Henry Miller 11/26/45." Cloth. A seal of bookseller pasted on front end paper. Bookseller Inventory # KS1522

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Miller, Henry

Published by Paris: Centre Culturel American (1971). 1st ed. (1971)

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Item Description: Paris: Centre Culturel American (1971). 1st ed., 1971. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. 4to. Consisting of 8 printed 8 1/2" x 11" glossy loose sheets presented in a black and green glossy paper folder with printed paper label front cover. This scarce Miller "A" item was produced in conjunction with an art show to celebrate his 80th birthday by the Centre Culturel American in Paris. The 8 sheets are as follows: 1) Facsimile page by Miller date December 1971 relating his close connection to the artists whose works are in the show. 2) "Les Amis Parisiens de Henry Miller" in French. 3) Printed list of the seven works by Beauford Delaney in the show. 4) Full-page color reproduction of Portrait de Henry Miller by Beauford Delaney which is SIGNED in blue ink of the page's bottom. 5) Printed list of 13 works by Brassai, including a 3 1/2" x 4 3/4" B & W reproduction of his photograph entitled "La mome bijou." SIGNED by Brassai in blue ink. 6) Printed list of 5 works by Michonze, including a 3 1/2" x 4 3/4" B & W reproduction of "The Artist." SIGNED by Michonze in black ink. 7) Printed list of 10 works by Hans Reichel, including a 4 3/4" x 3 1/2" B & W reproduction of his "Nocturne." 8) Information sheet entitled Le Film de Robert Snyder. "The Henry Miller Odyssey." All leaves are fine in a fine folder. Scarce, especially with the three signatures. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 9395

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Miller, Henry Knight

Published by Princeton University Press (1961)

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Item Description: Princeton University Press, 1961. Book Condition: Fair. First Edition. N/A. Former Library book. Shows definite wear, and perhaps considerable marking on inside. Bookseller Inventory # GRP92965253

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MILLER, HENRY.

Published by Bern Porter (1945)

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Item Description: Bern Porter, 1945. Book Condition: Good. First Edition. N/A. Ships from Reno, NV. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Bookseller Inventory # GRP95178738

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Henry Miller,

Published by New Directions January 1952 (1952)

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Item Description: New Directions January 1952, 1952. Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Biege cloth with blue & green lettering. Mild staining/discoloration to board edge. Previous owner's address sticker affixed to f.f.e.p. Very nice inscription by Miller on same page. Tanning from newspaper clipping on half title. Solid & tight. Dusty, chipped jacket with considerable loss across the top edge and likewise at bottom of front panel. Chips do not effect titles or design. Signed By Author. Bookseller Inventory # 20101212178275

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MILLER, Henry

Published by Booster Publications,, Paris: (1938)

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Item Description: Booster Publications,, Paris:, 1938. First edition, limited to 495 copies. MILLER, Henry. MONEY AND HOW IT GETS THAT WAY. [Shifreen & Jackson A18a, issued as Booster Broadside No. 1]. Small octavo, black wrappers printed in gold, 64 pages. This copy has "Money/ and/ How It Gets That Way/ by/ Henry Miller" on front cover, but without holograph limitation notice [also seen in a variant printing-- see bibliography]. Very slight tanning to text (printed on acidic paper), else a fine copy, with the wrappers very bright and crisp. Bookseller Inventory # 46704

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MILLER, Henry). [PHOTOGRAPHY: AMERICAN]. WEBB, William.

Published by Capra Press,, Santa Barbara: (1991)

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Item Description: Capra Press,, Santa Barbara:, 1991. (MILLER, Henry). HENRY & Friends. The California Years 1946-1977. [By] William Webb. [Shifreen and Jackson B374a, noting only an edition of 100 copies, but not this presentation issue, limited to 10 copies for presentation]. Quarto, black cloth with onlay photograph of Henry Miller on front cover, 94 pages, illustrated (with an original silver print photograph of Henry Miller, which is laid into publisher's pocket on front pastedown of the book-- as issued). Additionally inscribed, in the year of publication, by William Webb on the colophon leaf: " For Larry- thanks for the encouragement! Bill Webb, Santa Barbara Nov. 18, 1991." Also present is a separate original silver print portrait of Henry Miller [measuring 5 by 7 inches], by photographer William Webb, signed "William Webb 1969" on verso; laid into publisher's protective pocket (on front pastedown) [as issued]. Text reproduces numerous photographs of Henry Miller and friends, and prints quotes from various letters by Henry Miller to William Webb. A scarce publication in the presentation issue, limited to 10 copies [not noted by bibliographer]. A fine copy [issued without printed dust jacket]. First edition, presentation issue, limited to 10 numbered copies for presentation, with an original silver print photograph of Henry Miller, signed (and dated 1969) by William Webb. Bookseller Inventory # 68250

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MILLER, Henry. (COOK, Gordon).

Published by The Greenwood Press,, (San Francisco): (1955)

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Item Description: The Greenwood Press,, (San Francisco):, 1955. MILLER, Henry. THE SMILE AT THE FOOT OF THE LADDER. Octavo, illustrated paper-covered boards, pp. [vi], 40, illustrated by Gordon Cook, including an original frontispiece etching of a clown (standing on his head), signed and titled "Clown" in lower margin [as issued] by Gordon Cook. A fine, bright copy. First edition thus, by this publisher, special hardbound issue, limited to 35 copies printed on French Rives paper, with a original frontispiece etching, signed by Gordon Cook [Shifreen & Jackson A66d; total edition of 500 copies]. Bookseller Inventory # 58916

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MILLER, Henry.

Published by Tucson: Loujon Press of New Orleans (1966). (1966)

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Item Description: Tucson: Loujon Press of New Orleans (1966)., 1966. First edition.. Fine in fine dust jacket and very near fine decorated slipcase. One of 1399 copies in the 'cork' edition. Dated (1/12/68) and SIGNED by Miller. Shifreen & Jackson A157c. Bookseller Inventory # 55431

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Miller, Henry

Published by New Directions, Norfolk, Connecticut (1952)

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Item Description: New Directions, Norfolk, Connecticut, 1952. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. Norfolk, CT: New Directions, [1952]. First American edition, signed by author on FFE, NF/G+. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 001951

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MILLER, Henry. (GROSS, Norman).

Published by Salvatore Gulino,, (Boston, MA: (1952)

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Item Description: Salvatore Gulino,, (Boston, MA:, 1952. First separate edition. MILLER, Henry. "BINK BINK". Excerpts from Henry Miller's "The Colossus Maroussi." Text by Henry Miller. Illustrations by Norman Gross. ["designed, illustrated, and bound by Norman Gross- at the school of the museum of fine-arts, boston, mass. the printing was done by Salvatore Gulino-- may, 1952"]. [Not in Shifreen & Jackson; not in Renken]. Narrow quarto, printed wrappers, [8] pages, sewn. Inscribed by Norman Gross, on the front flyleaf, one month after publication: "to Mel and Deirdre Wiseman- from Norman Gross, June 14, 1952" [published in May, 1952]. Rare [no copy located by OCLC; not in Shifreen & Jackson; not in Renken]. Stitching is loose, moderate wear and creasing to extremities of covers, early, faint (light brown) stain in lower margin of covers and text (circa one-inch to two-inches in width), else a very good copy. Bookseller Inventory # 56747

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