Lot 262 of 725:
11 issues of Evergreen Review, 4 signed by Counterculture  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$96
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Evergreen Review - collection of eleven issues, three issues signed by Lawrence Ferlinghetti and others

Rosset, Barney and Donald Allen, editors

New York

Grove Press




  • Volume 1, Number 2. San Francisco Scene issue. 1957. Signed and inscribed by Michael McClure on the photograph plate of him. Also a 1959 newspaper clipping about Howl pasted to inside front wrapper and first page.
  • Volume 1, Number 4. 1957. Signed by Ferlinghetti on the half title.
  • Volume 2, Number 8. Spring 1959.
  • Volume 3, Number 9. Summer 1959. Signed by Gary Snyder on page 11 (contents).
  • Volume 4, Number 14. September-October 1960.
  • Volume 4, Number 15. November-December, 1960.
  • Volume 5, Number 16. January-February, 1961. 
  • Volume 5, Number 17. Mar.-April, 1961.
  • Volume 5, Number 18. May-June, 1961.
  • Volume 7, Number 28. Jan.-Feb., 1963.
  • Volume 7, Number 29. Mar.-Apr., 1963.

Includes writings from Kerouac, Ginsberg, Ferlinghetti, Henry Miller, Rexroth, Duncan and more.

Lot Amendments

Five (non-signed) volumes with price crossed out in black marker on front wrapper, light creasing or rubbing to wrapper extremities; mostly very good.

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