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    Grateful Dead The Official Book of the Deadheads First Edition Signed by Ken Babbs, Ken Kesey, Stanley Mouse, and Paul Grushkin. (William Morrow & Company, 1983). Oversized, 209 pages, heavily illustrated, with dust jacket illustrated by Alton Kelley. Two of the large felt tip signatures on the half-title page are of Merry Pranksters- "Grateful Babbs" (Ken Babbs) and "Dear Dredful Krazy" (Ken Kesey), the other is of poster and LP cover designer Stanley Mouse where he includes a drawing of a mouse. The author/ editor Paul Grushkin has signed on the full-title page. According to the consignor, this copy came from the personal collection of renowned counterculture collector Richard Synchef. A book that no Deadhead should be without. Fine condition.

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    December, 2014
    6th Saturday
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