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Image for Press Photo “Manson After Guilty Verdict” - Charles Manson, 1971

Press Photo “Manson After Guilty Verdict” - Charles Manson, 1971

By: Charles Manson, Baltimore Sun

Price: $100.00

Publisher: 1971

Seller ID: 874

Condition: Near Fine


1971 Photograph Near Fine 1971 Photograph Near Fine Press Photo “Manson After Guilty Verdict” Baltimore: Baltimore Sun (AP wirephoto), January 25, 1971 Black and white, glossy press photo, 11 by 8 1/4-inches Near fine with an inventory label, pen/pencil notations, and a date stamp (’70 Jan 25 PM 7:23) verso “MANSON AFTER GUILTY VERDICT -- Charles Manson leaves a Los Angeles courtroom today after being found guilty of murder in the slayings of actress Sharon Tate and six others” View more info

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Charles Manson Press Photo “Court Hears His Protest on Jail Treatment,” 1970

By: Charles Manson, Morning Call

Price: $150.00

Publisher: 1970

Seller ID: 873

Condition: Near Fine


1970 Photograph Near Fine 1970 Photograph Near Fine Press Photo “Court Hears His Protest on Jail Treatment” Allentown, Pennsylvania: The Morning Call (AP wirephoto), August 20, 1970 Black and white, glossy press photo, 7 1/4 by 10-inches Near fine with an inventory label, pen/pencil notations, and a date stamp (Aug 21, 1970) verso “COURT HEARS HIS PROTEST ON JAIL TREATMENT -- Charles M Manson, squinting in the glare of a film camerman’s [sic] floodlight, marches to court today for a hearing on his claim he is being mistreated by deputies in the Los Angeles County jail After th... View more info

Image for Press Photo “Angry Manson Leaves Court” - Charles Manson, 1970

Press Photo “Angry Manson Leaves Court” - Charles Manson, 1970

By: Charles Manson, Morning Call

Price: $100.00

Publisher: 1970

Seller ID: 872

Condition: Very Good +


1970 Photograph Very Good + 1970 Photograph Very Good + Press Photo “Angry Manson Leaves Court” Allentown, Pennsylvania: The Morning Call (AP wirephoto), March 6, 1970 Black and white, glossy press photo, 7 by 10-inches Very good with an inventory label and pencil notations verso There are crayon crop marks on the print which should be able to be wiped off with a soft cloth, and three of the sides have rough edges as if the borders were creased and torn rather than cut “ANGRY MANSON LEAVES COURT -- Charles M Manson turns to yell ‘there’s no love in your court,’ after a hea... View more info

Image for Press Photo “’Attorney’ Manson Leaves Court” - Charles Manson, 1970

Press Photo “’Attorney’ Manson Leaves Court” - Charles Manson, 1970

By: Charles Manson, Morning Call

Price: $120.00

Publisher: 1970

Seller ID: 871

Condition: Near Fine


1970 Photograph Near Fine 1970 Photograph Near Fine Press Photo “’Attorney Manson Leaves Court” Allentown, Pennsylvania: The Morning Call (AP wirephoto), January 29, 1970 Black and white, glossy press photo, 7 1/2 by 10 1/2-inches Near fine with an inventory label and pen/pencil notations verso “’ATTORNEY’ MANSON LEAVES COURT -- Charles M Manson, the hippie-style cult leader charged with the killings of actress Sharon Tate and six others, leaves a Los Angeles courtroom with his pencils and paper yesterday after the judge ordered a plea of innocent Manson, acting as his own... View more info

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The Love and Terror Cult - Vinyl LP

By: Manson, Charles

Price: $135.00

Publisher: Paris, Punk-House Publishing Ltd.: c.1985

Seller ID: 875

Condition: Very Good +


Paris: Punk-House Publishing Ltd., c.1985. Very Good +. Paris: Punk-House Publishing Ltd., c.1985. Very Good +. Manson, Charles. The Love and Terror Cult. Paris: Punk-House Publishing Ltd., c.1985. LP, black vinyl with original inner and outer sleeves. The LP is fine, the outer sleeve has light rubbing, corner creases and some splitting on the top and bottom edges. This album of folk and experimental folk songs was recorded by Manson in 1967 and 1968 and released as Lie: The Love and Terror Cult as a legal aid fund-raiser in 1970 by record producer Phil Kaufman. The album has since... View more info

Image for Birth of Tragedy Vol. III No. 2 - Survival Research Laboratory, Jello Biafra, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Henry Rollins, Charles Manson

Birth of Tragedy Vol. III No. 2 - Survival Research Laboratory, Jello Biafra, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Henry Rollins, Charles Manson

By: Real, V.O., et al

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Stanford, California, CFY Publications: 1984

Seller ID: 868

Condition: Very Good


Stanford, California: CFY Publications, 1984. Very Good. Stanford, California: CFY Publications, 1984. Very Good. Real, V.O., et al. Birth of Tragedy Vol. III No. 2. Stanford, California: CFY Publications, vol. 3, no. 2, Nov. – Jan., 1984-85. Tabloid, 11 1/4 by 15-inches, 24 pp. Newsprint is yellowed with very light edge wear. The “Fear Issue” of BOT, with interviews with the principals behind Survival Research Laboratory, Jello Biafra of Dead Kennedys fame, and poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti; poetry by Ferlinghetti, Henry Rollins, and others; and, yes, two letters to the editor f... View more info

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Devil’s Dropout: Manson Follower Turns to Christ

By: Sipe, Onjya; Robert L. McGrath

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Milford, MI, Mott Media: 1976

Seller ID: 2590

Condition: Very Good


Wraps with subtitle label added to top edge of front cover, 13.2 by 20.8 cm, [i] 204 pp. Very good with light wear to the wraps. “Devil's Dropout is the autobiography of Onjya Sipe who, like her predecessors in the Family, was formed in an era of conflict with parents and other authorities. Onjya escaped social strictures to search anxiously for satisfaction and meaning in various cults, and by means of alcohol, drugs, and sex. Devil's Dropout is a significant commentary on our culture. But it is far more. It points to the only source of hope for all humanity—the assurance that Jesus... View more info

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Death Cult: Jonestown Massacre Memorial Cards

By: Worden, Dennis; Wayne Honath, eds., Gary Panter, Raymond Pettibon, Jeff Gaither, etc., illus.

Price: $120.00

Publisher: Somerville, MA, Carnage Press: 1988

Edition: First, Limited Edition

Seller ID: 2976

Condition: Very Good


No. 1536 in an edition of 2000 sets. Forty cards (complete), numbered 1 through 39, with two different number 13 cards (as issued), cards measure 6.4 by 8.2 cm. Includes a small, 5.4 by 6.7 cm, 8-pp. booklet, a cover sticker, and a clear plastic case. The cards and booklet are near fine with light rubbing of the purple backsides rubbed off on the front of the cards. The case is very good with light scratches, but one of the hinges is loose. Issued on the tenth anniversary of the infamous massacre where over nine hundred people died committing “revolutionary suicide” under the leadersh... View more info