Lot 144 of 725:
8 volumes, 4 signed by Grateful Dead associates  

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Six volumes about the Grateful Dead, some signed


Various places


Various dates



  • Troy, Sandy. One More Saturday Night: Reflections with the Grateful Dead, Dead Family, and Dead Heads. Cloth, dj. St. Martin's Press, [1991]. Signed on the title page by the author, the artist Stanley Mouse, photographer Herb Greene, and photographer Gene Anthony.
  • Dodd, David G. and Diana Spaulding, eds. The Grateful Dead Reader. Cloth-backed boards, dj. Oxford University Press, 2000. Signed by editors on the title page as well as by contributors Steve Silberman, Edward Guthmann, Gary Burnett, Mary Eisenhart, and David Gans, who has also signed on the table of contents page.
  • Hunter, Robert. A Box of Rain. Cloth-backed boards, dj. Signed by the author, long-time song writing partner of Jerry Garcia.
  • Trager, Oliver. The American Book of the Dead: The Definitive Grateful Dead Encyclopedia. Wrappers. Fireside Book, [1997]. 
  • Hall, Adrian. The Story of the Grateful Dead. Boards, dj. Reprinted and updated. Longmeadow Press, [1995].
  • Folker, Brian A. Tell me All That You Know: The Unauthorized Grateful Dead Trivia Books. Wrappers. Pinnacle Books, [1997].

The first three volumes are signed by their author, and usually an additional member of the Grateful Dead social group, such as the rock poster artist Stanley Mouse, and photographer Herb Greene. The lot also includes:

  • Hunter, Robert. Idiot's Delight. Wrappers. Hanuman Books, 1992. Signed by the author.
  • Grateful Dead Poster Book. A book of 20 tear out posters. Atlanta Press, 1988.

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