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Poems of a Mountain Home - Saigyo
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no place: no publisher, 1958 [no place, but Southern California][no publisher] 1956: Presumed First and only Edition. The July, 1958 issue, volume 17, number 1. From the Max Miller collection. Printed stapled wrappers, small quarto, probably 32 pp. originally, but MOST HAVE BEEN EXCISED BY MILLER and the copy thereafter re-stapled; 8 pp remain, as below. Very Good plus, peripheral toning to covers. Intentional stain on pp 2 & 11. Talk of the Times was one of a small plethora of largely Cailfornia-based home UFO/Religious publications which arose as the UFO age got into full swing. All scarce, and this is among the scarcest, but please note this issue IS INCOMPLETE, retaining only - besides the covers - Orfeo Angelucci's "California Soul Rush Days" and from "Ye Editor" (F.E. Rogers), "Foreword", and "This Month's Graduation List". Because Max Miller was a direct subscriber to virtually all of his collection, it is probable that he himself excerpted the other articles, and re-stapled the issue. Collectible for its place in that periphery of the "First Age" of UFOlogy, one of a number of publications which blended that embryonic direction with another (largely Californian) one at that time, New Age-type spiritualism. Notable as well, of course, for having belonged originally to famed UFOlogist Miller. L63, no publisher, 1958, no place: no publisher, 1956 [no place, but Southern California][no publisher] 1956: Presumed First and only Edition. The May, 1956 issue, volume 14, number 11. From the Max Miller collection. Printed stapled wrappers, small quarto, probably 32 pp. originally, but MOST HAVE BEEN EXCISED BY MILLER and the copy thereafter re-stapled; 6 pp remain, as below. Very Good plus, peripheral toning to covers. Talk of the Times was one of a small plethora of largely Cailfornia-based home UFO/Religious publications which arose as the UFO age got into full swing. All scarce, and this is among the scarcest, but please note this issue IS INCOMPLETE, retaining only - besides the covers - Orfeo Angelucci's "Deliberate Illusions", and from "Ye Editor" (F.E. Rogers), a Foreword. Because Max Miller was a direct subscriber to virtually all of his collection, it is probable that he himself excerpted the other articles, and re-stapled the issue. Collectible for its place in that periphery of the "First Age" of UFOlogy, one of a number of publications which blended that embryonic direction with another (largely Californian) one at that time, New Age-type spiritualism. Notable as well, of course, for having belonged originally to famed UFOlogist Miller. L63, no publisher, 1956, no place: no publisher, 1954 [no place, but Southern California][no publisher] 1954. The August, 1954 issue, volume 13, number2. From the Max Miller collection. Printed stapled wrappers, small quarto, apparently 32 pp. originally, but most have been excised and the copy thereafter re-stapled. Very Good plus, with one small stain at top left of front cover, otherwise just mild age-toning. Talk of the Times was another of the small plethora of largely Cailfornia-based home UFO/Religious publications which arose as the UFO age got into full swing. All scarce, and this is among the scarcest, but please note this issue IS INCOMPLETE, retaining only - besides the covers - "Desmond Leslie Talks About Flying Saucers" and a couple of department-type items. It is probable that Miller himself excerpted the others, and re-stapled the issue. Collectible for its place in that periphery of the "First Age" of UFOlogy, one of a number of publications which blended that embryonic direction with another (largely Californian) one at that time, New Age-type spiritualism. Notable as well, of course, for having belonged originally to famed UFOlogist Miller. L63, no publisher, 1954, no place: no publisher, 1956 [no place, but Southern California][no publisher] 1956: Presumed First and only Edition. The June, 1956 issue, volume 14, number 12. From the Max Miller collection. Printed stapled wrappers, small quarto, probably 32 pp. originally, but MOST HAVE BEEN EXCISED BY MILLER and the copy thereafter re-stapled; 12 pp remain, as below. Very Good plus, peripheral toning to covers. Talk of the Times was one of a smallish group of largely Cailfornia-based home UFO/Religious publications which arose as the UFO age got into full swing. All scarce, and this is among the scarcest, but please note this issue IS INCOMPLETE, retaining only - besides the covers - the contents page, a foreword by "Ye Editor" (F.E. Rogers), "Who Can See Flying Saucers?" (Wilhelmine Frisch Hubbart), "Will God Tolerate This Iniquity?" (Hon. S. Shuttleworth), "Nature Studies" by Ye Editor, Orfeo Angelucci's relatively lengthy "Halley's Comet", "Chariots of God" by Ye Editor, and "The Lantern" by Don Green. Because Max Miller was a direct subscriber to virtually all of his collection, it is probable that he himself excerpted the other articles, and re-stapled the issue. Collectible for its place in that periphery of the "First Age" of UFOlogy, one of a number of publications which blended that embryonic direction with another (largely Californian) one at that time, New Age-type spiritualism. Notable as well, of course, for having belonged originally to famed UFOlogist Miller. L63, no publisher, 1956, no place: no publisher, 1956 [no place, but Southern California][no publisher] 1956: Presumed First and only Edition. The February, 1956 issue, volume 14, number 8. From the Max Miller collection. Printed stapled wrappers, small quarto, probably 32 pp. originally, but MOST HAVE BEEN EXCISED BY MILLER and the copy thereafter re-stapled; 7 pp remain, as below. Very Good plus, peripheral toning to covers. Talk of the Times was one of a small plethora of largely Cailfornia-based home UFO/Religious publications which arose as the UFO age got into full swing. All scarce, and this is among the scarcest, but please note this issue IS INCOMPLETE, retaining only - besides the covers - Orfeo Angelucci's "Progress in Reverses", a brief "News Flash" regarding a "Phantom Plane" reported over Paris on February 21, and from "Ye Editor" (F.E. Rogers), a Foreword. Because Max Miller was a direct subscriber to virtually all of his collection, it is probable that he himself excerpted the other articles, and re-stapled the issue. Collectible for its place in that periphery of the "First Age" of UFOlogy, one of a number of publications which blended that embryonic direction with another (largely Californian) one at that time, New Age-type spiritualism. Notable as well, of course, for having belonged originally to famed UFOlogist Miller. L63, no publisher, 1956, no place: no publisher, 1954 [no place, but Southern California][no publisher] 1956: Presumed First and only Edition. The November, 1954 issue, volume 13, number 5. From the Max Miller collection. Printed stapled wrappers, small quarto, probably 32 pp. originally, but MOST HAVE BEEN EXCISED BY MILLER and the copy thereafter re-stapled; 4 pp remain, as below. Very Good plus, peripheral toning to covers. Talk of the Times was one of a small plethora of largely Cailfornia-based home UFO/Religious publications which arose as the UFO age got into full swing. All scarce, and this is among the scarcest, but please note this issue IS INCOMPLETE, retaining only - besides the covers - "Flying Saucers Over France" and from "Ye Editor" (F.E. Rogers), a Foreword. Because Max Miller was a direct subscriber to virtually all of his collection, it is probable that he himself excerpted the other articles, and re-stapled the issue. Collectible for its place in that periphery of the "First Age" of UFOlogy, one of a number of publications which blended that embryonic direction with another (largely Californian) one at that time, New Age-type spiritualism. Notable as well, of course, for having belonged originally to famed UFOlogist Miller. L63, no publisher, 1954, Dawson, Folkestone, first edition, 1980. Cloth, large 8vo,. 518 pp. A valuable reference giving auction prices realized for individual books or sets (but not lots of two or more unrelated works) with ample bibliographical detail for ease of identification. After the author and title, details include editor, translator, illustrator, place of publication, press if important, and date. Then follow details of edition/issue, number of volumes if more than one, format, description of binding and, when applicable, important ownership marks, presentation inscriptions, annotations or extraneous material such as letters, notes or other inserts. Information is also given on imperfections, damage or defects that might affect the price. The bibliographical description is followed by the auction sale record, which gives the auction house date of sale, sale lot number, buyer's name (when given and published by the auction house) and the price made, which is the hammer price. (Where known, the amount of buyer's premium charged by each Auction House is given as a percentage). In addition cross-references are made for pseudonyms, joint authorship, nobles, compound names (in cases where confusion may arise) and also for the more important illustrators, editors, translators and private presses. Bibliographical abbreviations used in the records are those which appear in the list of abbreviations. This Volume records only those lots which realised £50.00 and over (U.K.), $100.00 and over (U.S.A., Canada and Australia), or the European equivalent of £100.00 and over . Small private reference library label on front pastedown endpaper, Very Good., Dawson, Folkestone, first edition, 1980, 1980, New York: Knickerbocker Press, 1927. Hardbound . 1st Edition. BINDING/CONDITION: green cloth; tipped onto the front paste-down endpaper is the large bookplate that was issued with this book: ''A little collection of real stories of some real Oregon folks; chosen from the columns of the Oregon Journal; From the library of . . ." This last portion has been left blank (no owner name written in); light to moderate handling wear; Good condition; no dust jacket. Following is taken from the introduction by P L Jackson, Publisher of The Oregon Journal: ''The writer of this group of sketches and interviews of Oregon people is a newspaper man of broad experience. He has covered almost every foot of ground of the State of Oregon and has talked with unnumbered thousands of its people. These same stories, and many others like them have been a daily feature of the editorial page of the Oregon Journal for many years. This group of simply told interviews of the citizenry of Oregon will go far to show why Oregon has come to its high place in the history of our United States.'' Smith's Pacific Northwest Americana, number 5994. small 8vo (about 7.75 inches tall) 220 pages., Knickerbocker Press, 1927, Ziff-Davis Publications. Paperback. Very Good or better/No Dust Jacket. Nice front cover and color, however short ink marking, spine very good, rear cover with some soiling; well bound, clean and unmarked. Further details given, and questions are always welcome. Scans can be made upon request. VERY FINE : The highest grade used to describe pulp or pulp-related publication condition. A "Very Fine" is in the same condition as the day it arrived at the newsstand, regardless of the issue's age. The only allowable flaws would be a few very small tears on the overhang of the covers but the tears can not go beyond the overhang. There should be no tears if the pulp was originally published with trimmed covers. Pages must be as white as when the issue was published. FINE: A fine copy may not be newsstand fresh but it should be close. The spine should be near 100% with only the most minor of edge flakes allowed. The book should have nearly all of it's original cover brightness, and the pulp overhang should display only those tiny tears or bends as would likely have occurred the day it was placed on the news rack. One or two very small tears may be present, or a small (less than a half inch) corner crease or two. No tape or edge trimming permitted. Pages may not be their original white but should be creamy or only slightly yellowed VERY GOOD : Covers should be reasonably bright. Pages may be lightly tanned, yellow or off white but should be mostly supple with only a hint of edge flaking here and there. Tape may be present but in small amounts, such as the spine corners or a small interior tear. The cover may be slightly separated from the spine edges, but should not exceed an inch or two, and the overall book must be solid. A vertical reading crease near the spine is common, as are small corner creases. The overhang may be chipped or have tears but should still be present. The spine should be over 50% intact. No pages can be missing. Although a very good pulp may have one or more of the above defects, this does not mean it should have an abundance of them, or should have an accumulation of defects as to mar the pulps general attractiveness. In particular, the main body of the cover should not be damaged so as to detract from the art. This pulp have some reading crease as you can see but none are heavy. There are some edge tears but none are large. The cover is bright but slightly dulled. GOOD :  Typical used but not abused pulp. A number of cover creases and/or reading stress lines. Pages may be tanned but should have only minor flaking. Spine lettering may be flaked or chipped but the spine should not be completely damaged or missing. A taped spine or taped interior pages are not uncommon, as long as the tape is unobtrusive and any glue repairs have not seriously damaged the book. The overhang may be heavily chipped or trimmed altogether. FAIR : Generally considered below collectable grade unless rare or in high demand. A "fair" copy may be missing a back cover or a title or an advertising page but all story pages must be intact. Outer pulp edges may be brittle in places, but the overall pages must be solid enough to turn without undue risk of tearing or breaking apart. Pages might be especially darkened, or exhibit damp-staining. Numerous cover stress lines or tears, heavy chipping or trimming may be present. , Ziff-Davis Publications, Ziff-Davis Publications. Paperback. Very Good /No Dust Jacket. Small hole to front cover, small chip, o/w clean and bright colors; very good spine and rear cover art illustration with good color. Well bound, clean, unmarked. Further details given, and questions are always welcome. Scans can be made upon request. VERY FINE : The highest grade used to describe pulp or pulp-related publication condition. A "Very Fine" is in the same condition as the day it arrived at the newsstand, regardless of the issue's age. The only allowable flaws would be a few very small tears on the overhang of the covers but the tears can not go beyond the overhang. There should be no tears if the pulp was originally published with trimmed covers. Pages must be as white as when the issue was published. FINE: A fine copy may not be newsstand fresh but it should be close. The spine should be near 100% with only the most minor of edge flakes allowed. The book should have nearly all of it's original cover brightness, and the pulp overhang should display only those tiny tears or bends as would likely have occurred the day it was placed on the news rack. One or two very small tears may be present, or a small (less than a half inch) corner crease or two. No tape or edge trimming permitted. Pages may not be their original white but should be creamy or only slightly yellowed VERY GOOD : Covers should be reasonably bright. Pages may be lightly tanned, yellow or off white but should be mostly supple with only a hint of edge flaking here and there. Tape may be present but in small amounts, such as the spine corners or a small interior tear. The cover may be slightly separated from the spine edges, but should not exceed an inch or two, and the overall book must be solid. A vertical reading crease near the spine is common, as are small corner creases. The overhang may be chipped or have tears but should still be present. The spine should be over 50% intact. No pages can be missing. Although a very good pulp may have one or more of the above defects, this does not mean it should have an abundance of them, or should have an accumulation of defects as to mar the pulps general attractiveness. In particular, the main body of the cover should not be damaged so as to detract from the art. This pulp have some reading crease as you can see but none are heavy. There are some edge tears but none are large. The cover is bright but slightly dulled. GOOD :  Typical used but not abused pulp. A number of cover creases and/or reading stress lines. Pages may be tanned but should have only minor flaking. Spine lettering may be flaked or chipped but the spine should not be completely damaged or missing. A taped spine or taped interior pages are not uncommon, as long as the tape is unobtrusive and any glue repairs have not seriously damaged the book. The overhang may be heavily chipped or trimmed altogether. FAIR : Generally considered below collectable grade unless rare or in high demand. A "fair" copy may be missing a back cover or a title or an advertising page but all story pages must be intact. Outer pulp edges may be brittle in places, but the overall pages must be solid enough to turn without undue risk of tearing or breaking apart. Pages might be especially darkened, or exhibit damp-staining. Numerous cover stress lines or tears, heavy chipping or trimming may be present. , Ziff-Davis Publications, Van Nuys, CA: The Gaytimes Company. Mature adult item: by ordering you attest to being of legal age in your state or country of residence. A large newspaper containing 32 pages including front and rear covers. A gay erotic publication with short stories (photo fantasies), art, book reviews, news, articles, photo classifieds, advertisements, packed with male nude photographs. Highlights include: front cover photographs from the 1975 Christopher Street West Gay Pride Parade; erotic short story "The Maneaters" by Chad Stuart (with 10 photos); article and photospread of the 1975 Christopher Street West Gay Pride Parade (with 12 photos); erotic article entitled "From Agony to Ecstasy: The Leathersex Guide" by Bernie A. Prock (with full-page illustration and seven photos); openly gay Minnesota state senator Allan Spear interviewed (with three photos, including one of Allan Spear and pioneer gay activist Morris Kight); article on Accu-Jac II and Jac Aroma (with photo); vintage sex advertisements for the "Penetrable [Guy] Doll," House One, Jacmasters, Calston Industries, Target Studios, Nina of Germany (selling "Long Dicking Cream"), Club Erotika, Apollo Escort Service, many others; "The Meet Rack" classified ads (with male nude reader-contributed photos); much more. Pages lightly age-yellowed; a few narrow creases to first inside free page (page three); two small edge chips to rear cover; light edge wear in places. Vintage and rare. . Very Good. Newspaper. 1st Edition. 1975., The Gaytimes Company, 1975, Detroit: The Detroit Free Press, Publisher, 1861. Large format newspaper. 4 pages. A single issue of this newspaper, containing several lengthy articles and shorter briefs on the Civil War. This includes news of rebels on the Mississippi, a list of names of missing and wounded of the Michigan First, a rebel-Confederate-account of the first fight of Bull Run and other accounts. FAIR condition. Heavy chipping, tearing and creasing along the extremities, with minor loss, sometimes affecting text. Old tape repairs in the interior. Scattered foxing, soiling and staining. Horizontal and fold creases present, as well as other creases. Text hard to read in a few places due to creasing and a few small tears. . Tabloid. Fair., The Detroit Free Press, Publisher, 1861, No Place: No Publisher No publisher or place, presumed the Government Printing Office in Washington DC, in 1864. Four page pamphlet, disbound from a large volume. A short collection of letters regarding land sales conducted by the Stockbridge Indians of Wisconsin, considering treaty obligations and whether any sales were inappropriately conducted. This includes a transmittal of letters written in 1860 by Alfred B. Greenwood, then Commissioner of Indian Affairs. He resigned in 1861 when Arkansas resigned from the Union. GOOD+ condition. Minor browning, with a small stain at the lower front corner. Minor wrinkling along the spine.. Pamphlet. Good., No Publisher, Detroit: Detroit Free Press, Publisher, 1861. Large format newspaper. 4 pages. A single issue of this newspaper, containing several lengthy articles and shorter briefs on the Civil War. This includes news of the Michigan First and second in camp, rumor of an attack on the Steamer North Star, a lengthy report from the Secretary of War on troops, finances, etc. GOOD condition. Heavy chipping, tearing and creasing along the extremities, with minor loss. Scattered foxing, soiling and staining. Horizontal and fold creases present, as well as other creases. Text hard to read in a few places due to creasing and a few small tears. . Tabloid. Good., Detroit Free Press, Publisher, 1861, New Haven Connecticut: College and University Press, 1964. VG+/0/later printing. During the early 1920's there appeared in Nashville, Tennessee, a talented group of poets, critics, and writerd of fiction who provided inpetus to the Southern Literary Renaissanceand caused a revolution in American literary criticism. The Fugitives, who took their name from the Fugitive, the magazine of poetry they established at Vanderbilt University, have won for themselves a place of influence and authority unprecedented in American literary history. Paperback has a small skinned place on the front cover, otherwise this copy appears unread. 300pp.. Later Edition. Large Paperback. Very Good +/None Issued. History/Literary Movement., College and University Press, 1964, No Place: No Publisher, 1945. No publisher or place. Single sheet newspaper, printed on both sides. A newspaper published aboard the SS Milford Victory, an emergency cargo ship produced during World War II. The Victory line replaced the Liberty line, with ships being used as troop carriers and attack transports. After service in the war, it appears this ship served in the Holland America line of ships. This particular issue contains news of the war, including brief reports from Washington, and Nuremberg, Germany, this reporting on the trials. Also included is a small map and text regarding the position of the ship, as well as mention of shipboard happenings. FAIR condition. A two inch piece TORN from the upper left edge, present but detached. Large 6 inch jagged tear affecting the middle bottom portion, with a 3 inch tear at the middle center fold crease. General browning to the paper, with fold creases, and tearing along some of the creases and extremities. . Unbound. Fair., No Publisher, 1945, Columbia University Press. Hardcover. New. Hardcover. 252 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.1in. x 0.9in.Activism is alive and well in the United States, according to Melissa Checker and Maggie Fishman. It exists on large and small scales and thrives in unexpected places. Finding activism in backyards, art classes, and urban areas branded as ghettos, these anthropologists explore the many routes people take to work toward social change. Ten absorbing studies present activist groups across the country -- from transgender activists in New York City, to South Asian teenagers in Silicon Valley, to evangelical Christians and Palestinian Americans. Each one examines a social change effort as it unfolds on the ground. Through their anthropological approach these portraits of American society suggest the inherent possibilities in identity-based organizing and offer crucial in-depth perspectives on such hotly debated topics as multiculturalism and the culture wars, the environment, racism, public education, Native American rights, and the Christian right. Moving far beyond the walls of academia, the contributors address the complex issues that arise when researchers have stakes in the subjects they study. Scholars can play multiple roles in the activist struggles they recount, and these essays illustrate how ethnographic research itself can become a tool for activism. This item ships from multiple locations. 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Ten absorbing studies present activist groups across the country -- from transgender activists in New York City, to South Asian teenagers in Silicon Valley, to evangelical Christians and Palestinian Americans -- and examines a social change effort as it unfolds on the ground. Through their anthropological approach these portraits of American society suggest the inherent possibilities in identity-based organizing and offer crucial in-depth perspectives on such hotly debated topics as multiculturalism and the culture wars, the environment, racism, public education, Native American rights, and the Christian right.

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Erscheinungsjahr: 1991
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