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MENDEL, Gideon

A Broken Landscape

2002

Suite of 3 b&w silver gelatin prints, image sizes approx. 455 x 310 mm, the second from an edition of 20, all prints signed and inscribed to verso in pencil, together with a chromogenic print Mozambique Frame Project ... [please click on the image or book title for more details]

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3148

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NAIPAUL, V.S.

A Bend In The River

London: André Deutsch, 1979

8vo, pp. 296. Original grey boards, lettered in gilt to spine. Illustrated dustwrapper, author's photographic portrait to rear... [please click on the image or book title for more details]


3889

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WARNER, Jack

4pp. ALS from Jack Warner, Referencing His Character P.C.Dixon's Shooting by Dirk Bogarde in The Blue Lamp

Majorca: N.p., 1959


4pp. ALS, secured with staple to top left corner.



4pp. ALS FROM JACK WARNER TO FELLOW DIXON OF DOCK GREEN ACTOR ANTHONY PARKER, WISHING HIM WELL ON HIS DEPARTURE FROM THE SHOW.

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[Gay Activism]

20 Questions About Homosexuality

New York: Gay Activists Alliance, 1973

8vo, pp. 24. Original olive green stiff paper wrappers.

First edition.

The New York-based Gay Activists Alliance was founded in 1969, six months after the Stonewall riots. Single-issue, politically non-aligned, the GAA quickly established itself as one of the most effective and well-organised gay pressure groups in the early years of the Gay Liberation movement.

This pamphlet, answering questions about homosexuality and the gay lifestyle not just for wider society but for those looking to acclimatise to their sexuality in the face of a hostile world, is a wonderful, touching survivor from the Gay Rights movement of the early 1970s. A fine copy, too.

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GRAY, Spalding

2 pp. ALS TO DAVID GOTHARD, CO-FOUNDER OF THE RIVERSIDE STUDIOS, LONDON

7 June 1985.

2 pp. ALS, 280 x 215 mm, in the original envelope, written on the stationery of the Hyatt Regency, Minneapolis.

Wooster Group co-founder and monologist Spalding Gray had met David Gothard at the... [more]

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3977

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FORD, Charles Henri

2 ALS to Winston Leyland, Founder of Gay Sunshine Press, Discussing Ford's New Book Om Krishna 1

New York: Cherry Valley Editions, 1979


1p. ALS in original envelope, and 2pp. ALS, rectos only, on loose leaf notepaper, Ford's address label affixed to first page. Book: 8vo, pp. 58, author's chronology bound in at rear.

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3470

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WODEHOUSE, P.G.

1p. TLS Discussing the Publication of The Harmonica Mystery and Something Fresh

New York: N.p., 1915

1p. TLS.

1p. TLS FROM P.G. WODEHOUSE (SIGNED 'STEVE'), ALMOST CERTAINLY TO HIS FORMER CONTACT AT MUNSEY'S MAGAZINE BOB DAVIS.... [please click on the image or book title for more details]

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WANAMAKER, Sam

1 pp. TLS TO DAVID GOTHARD. 1 April 1985.

London: 1985

1 pp. TLS, 295 x 205 mm, lacking the envelope. Inked set of directions in Gothard's hand at top (see below).

Typed letter, signed by Sam Wanamaker, inviting Gothard to become administrator of the... [more]

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GREENE, Graham

1 pp. TLS to David Gothard, co-founder of the Riverside Studios, London

18th August 1988.

1 pp. TLS, 200 x 150 mm, on Greene's headed notepaper bearing his Antibes address. Original envelope not present.

Greene notes in his letter Gothard's recent move from the Riverside Studios to... [more]

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1061

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BRONFMAN, Samuel

...from little acorns...

Montreal: Distillers Corporation, 1970

4to, pp. 71. Original blue boards, lettered in gilt on front panel and spine. No dustwrapper, as issued.

First edition in book form.
The history of the Seagram's... [more]

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