INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).
INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).

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INTERNATIONAL TIMES #1-12 + #5.5 + #10.5 (London: Lovebooks Ltd., 14th October, 1966-28th April, 1967).

Newspaper, broadside and posters formats. Co-founded by John Hopkins (Hoppy), Barry Miles, Jim Haynes, Jack Henry Moore and Michael Henshaw; edited by Tom McGrath. The first dozen issues of Britain's first underground newspaper, including the two half issues, spanning the period from its launch in October 1966 up to and including the 14-Hour Technicolor Dream in April 1967, the fund-raising event organised in the wake of the paper's bust by Scotland Yard's Porn and Drug Squads.

#1 (14th October, 1966): Yoko Ono at Indica Gallery; Adrian Mitchell ("Make and Break"); Piero Heliczer ("Time Exposure"); "Provo Suggestions" by Simon Vinkenoog; André Breton obituary by Jean-Jacques Lebel; a report on Timothy Leary from New York; two views on DIAS by Gustav Metzger and Tony Cox; listing for Pink Floyd at the London Free School; Jeff Nuttall.

#2 (21st October, 1966): Ezra Pound (the first publication of several wartime speeches); Morton Feldman in London; a commentary by William Burroughs on Antony Balch's film, "Towers Open Fire!"; Project Sigma; George Andrews interviewed by 'Bradley Martin' (Hoppy); ½-page ad. for Yoko Ono show at Indica Gallery; Festival of Underground movies; Kim Fowley interview ("Portrait of a Freak"); the Living Theatre (a previously unpublished text of "Frankenstein"); report on the IT launch party at the Roundhouse - Pink Floyd, Soft Machine (+ photo), etc.; qtr.-page ads. for Richard Hamilton at the Robert Fraser Gallery and Christopher Gibbs' Chelsea store.

#3 (14th November, 1966): William Burroughs ("The Invisible Generation"); Bertrand Russell; qtr.-page ad. for Yoko Ono at the Jeanetta Cochrane Theatre; Mal Dean; transcript of a conversation with Morton Feldman; Jakov Lind; Julio Le Parc; listing for Pink Floyd at the London Free School.

#4 (28th November, 1966): Simon Vinkenoog with Julian Beck in Amsterdam; ad. for Pink Floyd at the Roundhouse; Albert Ayler; Alexander Trocchi on Project Sigma; an interview with Dick Gregory (which led to the police bust on 9th March, 1967, after someone complained to the DPP); Paul Butterfield Blues Band interview; "Berlin Beatniks"; Takis; mastheads by Marijke Koger.

#5 (12th December, 1966): review of Pink Floyd at the London Free School; Claes Oldenburg; Ted Joans on Albert Ayler; John Wilcock; Jeff Nuttall; Jean-Jacques Lebel; "Night Tripper" UFO club ad.; first publication of Jim Dine obscenity trial photos.

#5.5 (24th December, 1966). Poster on stiff card (76x57.7cm.). Silver ink silkscreened in an edition of c.200 copies. A rendition by Michael English of William Burroughs' text, "The Invisible Generation (Continued)", designed so that part of the card could be cut out and assembled to make a word-machine.

#6 (16th January, 1967): cover feature interview with Paul McCartney by Miles; William Burroughs - "The Invisible Generation (Cont.)"; announcement of the Dialectics of Liberation at the Roundhouse; Norman Mailer; ads. for 'Granny Takes a Trip' and 'Hung On You'; Allen Ginsberg on Basil Bunting.

#7 (30th January, 1967). Outer-Inner Space issue. UFO club; Hendrix photo and concert listing; ad. for Leary's "Psychedelic Prayers"; Allen Ginsberg - "Public Solitude" (2pp.), an important speech on LSD and the new consciousness, delivered in Boston; Chet Helms in London; "One Flower" by Michael Abdul Malik; Jeff Nuttall.

#8 (13th February, 1967). report by John Wilcock on the Human Be-In in San Francisco; photos of "spontaneous happening" at IT's Uncommon Market; Pete Townshend interviewed by Miles; Allen Ginsberg - "Reflections on the Mantra"; Gary Snyder - "Buddhism & The Coming Revolution"; the Haight-Ashbury Diggers; back cover ad. for the Jimi Hendrix Experience and Soft Machine at the Roundhouse.

#9 (27th February, 1967). Michael English cover; Tuli Kupferberg; P.J. Proby interview; the Living Theatre in Germany; Mal Dean; UFO/Soft Machine/Pink Floyd back page ad.

#10 (13th March, 1967). Police bust; ad. for Oz #2; Michael X; "The Pink Floyd versus Psychedelia" by John Hopkins; interview with Frank Zappa (reprinted from EVO); Marion Brown; Albert Ayler; UFO club ad. (w. Soft Machine).

#10.5 (Easter 1967). Broadside poster designed by Mike McInnerney, printed offset on both sides in brownish/dark red ink on mustard-colour paper. 43x35cm. Signed by the artist. Emergency issue, published following the police raid on IT on 9th March by "Pilsher [sic] and Phillips from New Scotland Yard Drugs Division". McInnerney's psychedelic design features images of The Beatles, Roger McGuinn and others, combined with passages from "The Naked Lunch". The broadside also prints news on the IT bust and the symbolic funeral and re-birth event; the LSE sit-in; announcement of "A gigantic mind blowing all night 12 hour Benefit… at Alexandra Palace", with a list of the main performers; a Provo letter from Holland; publisher Donald Carroll on police prosecutions on obscenity and indecency charges.

#11 (21st April, 1967). Front cover artwork by Mike McInnerney, featuring a photograph of a body-painted Susie Gawler-Wright (known at the time as the 'psychedelic debutante' due to her aristocratic background; she also assisted her partner, Peter Wynne-Wilson, as a Pink Floyd light operator). Printed offset-litho, with format reduced in size from previous issues (it was intended as the first part of a joint issue with the psychedelic colour

#12). Contents include news of the "14-Hour TECHNICOLOR DREAM which will include innovations such as an indoor Ferris Wheel, a festival of light Machines on a scale that has never been seen in this country… the FIRST HUMAN BE-IN to be held here, everything completely free." Lists 36 of the main participants; plus Miles's interview with Graham Nash; half-page ad. for Elektra Records (The Doors, Love); back page ad. for UFO Club. #12 (28th April, 1967). The '14-Hour Technicolor Read In' issue, featuring offset-litho psychedelic rainbow colour front and back covers (the paper's first and only), issued to coincide with the event at Alexandra Palace. Contents include a Brion Gysin cut-out/cut-in colour centrespread, featuring texts from "Minutes To Go"; a text by John Latham; a report from the New York Human Be-In; a feature on Conrad Rooks and "Chappaqua" by Simon Vinkenoog + interview with Rooks; Bill Levy on the Bilderberg Conference; Raymond Durgnat on John Cage; UFO club ad.

Newsprint paper age-toned; issues #2 and #10 worn and frayed, esp. along spine; cover of issue #12 slightly rubbed; five old horizontal creases to poster half-issue #5.5, with four corner pinholes, slight edge wear, and remnants of two old labels to verso; slight edge wear to broadside #10.5; o/w all issues Very Good to Near Fine.

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