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TOTTEL'S 17
First Edition 

TOTTEL'S 17

by SILLIMAN, Ron (editor)

(San Francisco/Oakland) : Tottel's , 1978 (click for more details)
SELECTED WRITINGS
Signed  First Edition 

SELECTED WRITINGS

by YOUNG, La Monte and Marian Zazeela

Munich : Heiner Friedrich , 1969 (click for more details)
BIRTH NO. 1
First Edition 

BIRTH NO. 1

by KUPFERBERG, Tuli (Editor).

New York : Birth , 1958 (click for more details)
THE BREAD STRIKE
First Edition 

THE BREAD STRIKE

by GIORNO, John

New York : Giorno Poetry Systems , [Circa 1970] (click for more details)
[Two Flyers for Original Living Theatre Production of THE CONNECTION]

[Two Flyers for Original Living Theatre Production of THE CONNECTION]

by [The Living Theatre]. [GELBER, Jack]

New York : The Living Theatre , [1959] (click for more details)

Recent Catalogs

IN SITU: Situationism & Its Influence 1957-2010 (Part 1) I'm pleased to announce our latest e-catalogue (#11.5) entitled IN SITU and dedicated entirely to Situationism. This is our largest catalogue to date (almost 200 items), so we're issuing it in two parts. Part one consists of seventy-five items on Situationism proper: Guy Debord, Raoul Vaneiegem, the INTERNATIONALE SITUATIONNISTE, various sections of the SI, as well as histories of the movement. Part two, forthcoming in a couple of weeks, will chronicle (in more than 100 items) the subsequent influence of Situationism.

Recent Catalogs

Catalogue Eleven Our latest catalogue — focusing on archives, collections, photographs, manuscripts, albums, scrapbooks, and other primary materials — is now available. Over sixty items illustrated in full color, highlights include: the archive of storyteller and folklorist Diane Wolkstein; a collection of letters and related materials from modern dance pioneer Ted Shawn; several holograph set-lists from several early Hüsker Dü performances; a substantial run of the prisoner-produced magazine The Angolite, with related correspondence; the research and publication archive of R.A. Wobbe's bibliography of Graham Greene; a beautiful archive of over 600 images from the Scranton Lace Company; hundreds of pages of White House memoranda and related documents from LBJ pollster Fred Panzer; a rare original photo album documenting the construction of the Madeira-Mamore Railroad by official project photographer Dana B. Merrill. Plus much more.