NY: The Bitter End, ca. 1964.
A single quarto sheet folded to make four pages. The covers print a poem by Paul Eluard and Benjamin Peret. The Bitter End was one of the primary music clubs and entertainment venues in Greenwich Village during the '60s. During it's heyday it featured a wide selection of musicians and comedians ranging from Lenny Bruce, Dick Cavett, and Woody Allen to Bob Dylan, Patti Smith, Neil Young, James Taylor, and Bruce Springsteen, among many others. Albums by Bill Cosby, Curtis Mayfield, Peter, Paul and Mary, Pete Seeger, and The Isley Brothers, among others, were recorded there. Some toning, staining, and creasing, but still thoroughly decent.