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    Doors - Jim Morrison First Edition of His Book of Poetry 'The New Creatures,' 1969. Self-published in early 1969 by "James Douglas Morrison" himself, his second private poetry compilation (the first was 'The Lords Notes on Vision'), consisting of 42 poems and musings, printed in a limited run of 100 copies that the singer distributed to close friends and associates -- this particular copy being gifted to Bill Siddons, The Doors' manager from 1969 to 1972; consigned directly to this auction by Bill Siddons himself and included with a handwritten and signed letter from him dated "9/19/17" about it. (Please note there are very slight scratches on the right side of the front cover, but overall condition is still good.)
    8 3/4" x 5 3/4"

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    November, 2017
    11th Saturday
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