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Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books

Miller, Henry

Miller, Henry. Tropic of Cancer. Obelisk Press, Paris (1934). Preface by Anas Nin. 1,000 copies.

Miller, Henry. Black Spring. Obelisk Press, Paris (1936). 1,000 copies.

Miller, Henry. Scenario (A Film with Sound). Obelisk Press, Paris (1937). 200 copies. Folding frontispiece by Abraham Rattner.

Miller, Henry. Black Spring. Obelisk Press, Paris (1938). 1,000 copies.

Miller, Henry. Tropic of Capricorn. Obelisk Press, Paris (1938).

Miller, Henry. Money and How It Gets That Way. Booster Publications, Paris (1938). 495 copies.

Miller, Henry. Max and the White Phagocytes. Obelisk Press, Paris (1938). 1,000 copies.

Miller, Henry. Hamlet. Carrefour, Puerto Rico (1939). By Henry Miller and Michael Fraenkel. 500 copies.

Miller, Henry. Tropic of Cancer. Obelisk Press, Paris (1939). 3,000 copies.

Miller, Henry. Tropic of Capricorn. Obelisk Press, Paris (1939). 1,000 copies.

Miller, Henry. The Cosmological Eye. New Directions, Norfolk (1939). 2,000 copies.

Miller, Henry. Tropic of Cancer. Medusa, New York (1940). Printed in Mexico and illegally distributed in the United States. 1,000 copies.

Miller, Henry. Hamlet: Volume II.. Carrefour, New York (1941). With Michael Fraenkel. 25 numbered copies signed by the authors. Printed on rag paper.

Miller, Henry. The Wisdom of the Heart. New Directions, Norfolk (1941). 1,500 copies.

Miller, Henry. The Colossus of Maroussi. Colt Press, San Francisco (1941).

Miller, Henry. The Fortune Anthology. The Fortune Press, London (1942). Stories, Criticism and Poems by Wallace Stevens, Osbert Sitwell, Conrad Aiken, Henry Miller, Alfred Perles, Ithell Colquhoun, Lawrence Durrell, Anne Ridler, Christopher Fry, J. Maclaren-Ross, Russell Clarke, Nicholas Moore, Derek Stanford, Douglas Newton, John Bayliss.

Miller, Henry. Sunday After the War. New Directions, Norfolk (1944). 2,000 copies.

Miller, Henry. Semblance of a Devoted Past. Bern Porter, Berkeley (1944). 1,150 copies. Selected letters of Miller to his longtime friend Emil Schnellock.

Miller, Henry. What Are You Going to do About Alf. Bern Porter, Berkeley (1944).

Miller, Henry. The Air-Conditioned Nightmare. New Directions, New York (1945). Illustrated with photographs.

Miller, Henry. Echolalia; Reproductions of Water Colors by Henry Miller. Bern Porter, Berkeley (1945). 1,000 copies. Collection of 11 water-colours and a portrait-illustrated introduction.

Miller, Henry. Maurizius Forever. The Colt Press, San Francisco (1946). 500 copies. Printed by the Grabhorn Press. Eight illustrations in color from original drawings and water-colors by Miller.

Miller, Henry. Money and How It Gets That Way. Bern Porter, Berkeley (1946). 1,500 copies. Illustrated with black-and-white line drawings by Jack Wright.

Miller, Henry. Into the night life.. Henry Miller and Bezalel Schatz, Berkeley (1947). This book is entirely a serigraph or silk screen production by Bezalel Schatz using Miller's text. 800 copies. Illustrated throughout in color.

Miller, Henry. The Smile at the Foot of the Ladder. Duell, Sloan and Pearce, New York (1948).

Miller, Henry. The Rosy Crucifixion: Sexus. Obelisk Press, Paris (1949). Two volumes. 3,000 copies.

Miller, Henry. The Waters Reglitterized. John Kidis (1950). 1,000 numbered copies.

Miller, Henry. Blaise Cendrars. Denol, Paris (1951). Frontispiece portrait of Cendrars by Riera. 950 copies. Text in French.

Miller, Henry. The Books in My Life. New Directions, New York (1952).

Miller, Henry. Remember to Remember. Grey Walls Press, London (1952).

Miller, Henry. The Rosy Crucifixion: Plexus. Olympia Press, Paris (1953). 2,000 numbered copies. Two volumes.

Miller, Henry. My Friend Henry Miller. Neville Spearman, London (1955). By Alfred Perles. Preface by Henry Miller. Frontispiece and 10 plates.

Miller, Henry. The Smile at the Foot of the Ladder. Greenwood Press, San Francisco (1955). One of 35 special copies printed on French Rives Paper. Frontispiece etching.

Miller, Henry. The Smile at the Foot of the Ladder. Greenwood Press, San Francisco (1955). 500 copies. Illustrated by Gordon Cook including an original frontispiece etching.

Miller, Henry. Quiet Days in Clichy. Olympia Press, Paris (1956). Illustrated with black and white photographs by Brassa (Gyula Halsz).

Miller, Henry. A Devil in Paradise: The Story of Conrad Moricand. The New American Library of World Literature, New York (1956).

Miller, Henry. Big Sur and the Oranges of Hieronymus Bosch. New Directions, New York (1957).

Miller, Henry. The Henry Miller Reader. New Directions, New York (1959). Edited with an introduction by Lawrence Durrell.

Miller, Henry. Evergreen Review (Volume 3, Number 9. Summer 1959). (1959). Contains Samuel Beckett's, "Text for Nothing I", and contributions by Henry Miller, Frank O'Hara, Denise Levertov, Gary Snyder, Gregory Corso et al. Illustrated.

Miller, Henry. To Paint Is To Love Again. Cambria Books, California (1960). 14 colour plates.

Miller, Henry. Topic of Cancer. Grove Press, New York (1961). 100 signed copies. With a long introduction by Karl Shapiro and a preface by Anais Nin. First American edition.

Miller, Henry. Tropic of Capricorn. Grove Press, New York (1961).

Miller, Henry. Black Spring. Grove Press, New York (1963). First US edition.

Miller, Henry. Tropic of Cancer. John Calder (1963).

Miller, Henry. The Rosy Crucifixion: Sexus, Plexus and Nexus. Grove Press, New York (1965). First American Edition.

Miller, Henry. Order and Chaos Chez Hans Reichel. Loujon Press, Tuscon (1966). Introductory statement by Karl Shapiro. Introduction by Lawrence Durrell. Illustrated with an original photograph of Miller by Ina Paulandre. Introduction by Lawrence Durrell. 1,399 copies.

Miller, Henry. Insomnia, or the Devil at Large. Loujon Press, Albuqerque (1970). Deluxe' edition. With 12 color prints.

Miller, Henry. Insomnia, or the Devil at Large. Loujon Press, Albuqerque (1970). Economy' edition. 199 copies.

Miller, Henry. What Are You Going to Do About Alf. Turret Books, London (1971). With Alfred Perles. Limited edition, being a facsimile reprint of the original 1938 pamphlet, with a new preface by Miller and an epilogue by Perles. 100 numbered copies, signed by Miller and Perles.

Miller, Henry. On Turning Eighty. Capra Press, Santa Barbara (1972). 200 copies.

Miller, Henry. Reflections on the Death of Mishima. Capra Press, Santa Barbara (1972). 200 signed copies.

Miller, Henry. Henry Miller in Conversation with George Belmont. Quadrangle Books, Chicago (1972). With George Belmont. Translated by Antony Macnabb and Henry Scott. First American edition.

Miller, Henry. The Waters Reglitterized. Capra Press, Santa Barbara (1973). 285 numbered copies.

Miller, Henry. Insomnia or The Devil at Large. Doubleday and Company (1974). 150 copies.

Miller, Henry. This is Henry, Henry Miller from Brooklyn. Nash Publishing, Los Angeles (1974). With Robert Snyder. Illustrated. 100 copies.

Miller, Henry. My Life and Times. Playboy Press, New York (1975). 500 signed and numbered copies. Illustrated.

Miller, Henry. The Nightmare Notebook. New Directions, New York (1975). Two reproductions of watercolors by Emil Schnellock. 700 numbered and signed copies.

Miller, Henry. Henry Miller's Book of Friends. Capra Press, Santa Barbara (1976). 250 copies.

Miller, Henry. Love Between the Sexes. Greenwich Books, New York (1978). Printed by Carol Sturn at Nadja Editions. Cover illustration by Tom Bloom. 26 lettered copies signed by Miller and Bloom. 256 copies in total.

Miller, Henry. My Bike and Other Friends. Capra Press, Santa Barbara (1978). Illustrated with photographs. 250 copies.

Miller, Henry. Notes on "Aaron's Rod". Black Sparrow Press, Santa Barbara (1980). 750 copies.

Miller, Henry. The World of Lawrence. Capra Press, Santa Barbara (1980). Intro and Notes By Evelyn J. Hinz and John J. Teunissen. One of 250 Copies.

Miller, Henry. The Rosy Crucifixion: Sexus, Plexus, Nexus. Grove Press, New York (1980).

Miller, Henry. The Paintings Of Henry Miller: Paint As You Like And Die Happy. Capra Press, Santa Barbara (1982). Edited by Noel Young. Foreword by Lawrence Durrell. Contains 72 full-colour reproductions and 60 black and white photographs of Miller's watercolor's. With commentary by Miller throughout.