DELLINGER, D: In The Teeth of War. Fifth Avenue Vietnam Peace Parade Committee, 1966

Dellinger, Dave; Muste, A. J.; Duncan, Donald; Mailer, Norman. In The Teeth of War. Fifth Avenue Vietnam Peace Parade Committee, 1966. Unmarked text. Previous owner’s name and date inside cover. Some aging on cover. Bumped spine. Good. Paperback. (#30867) $25.00

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During the mid-1960s, the New York Fifth Avenue Vietnam Peace Parade Committee coordinated anti-war parades that involved perhaps hundreds of organizations. 64p.

Introduction by David Dellinger who later became known as one of the Chicago Eight. Contributors include Juan Mari Bras, Donald Duncan, Norman Mailer, Jerry Rubin, and others.

Photography by Martin Berman, Eli Finer, Yvonne Hannemann, Harvey Lloyd, and others.

SHEINMAN, M: A Tenement Story: The History of 97 Orchard Street and the Lower East Side Tenement Museum

Book cover. A Tenement Story: The History of 97 Orchard Street and the Lower East Side Tenement MuseumSheinman, Mort. A Tenement Story: The History of 97 Orchard Street and the Lower East Side Tenement Museum. Lower East Side Tenement Museum, 1999. ISBN: 0974917206. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#30809) $12.00

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The Lower East Side Tenement Museum was built around 1870 and had several 3 room apartments. The building saw thousands of tenants come and go until the 1930’s, when it was boarded up and forgotten. The museum, founded in 1988, has showcases this living space and what was left behind by the people who lived there.

Large French flaps. Illustrated throughout. 56p.

OTTE, T: Salvador Dali and Andy Warhol: Encounters in New York and Beyond

Otte, Torsten. Salvador Dali and Andy Warhol: Encounters in New York and Beyond. University of Chicago Press, 2016. ISBN: 9783858817747. Factory sealed. Like New. Hardcover. (#30744) $36.00

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First-ever direct juxtaposition of DalĂ­ and Warhol as personalities and artists. Analyses of similarities in their lives and work. Research included interviews with some one hundred and twenty people who knew and worked with the men.

Measures 7×9.5 inches. 400p. 40 color plates. 20 halftones.