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Posted on October 30th, 2014


If you are looking for more 60’s bestselling fiction, here they are: from the romantic adventure in “The Explorer,” to the political drama of the first black President in “The Man,” and the sexy exploits of a female student’s tell-all, “Candy.” There’s something for everyone!

                                       1964 WORLD ALMANAC                                        —Best Selling Fiction—


1. The Rector of Justin by Louis Auchincloss  / Drama / PS3501.U25 R4x

Frank Prescott’s life—the founder of prestigious Episcopal school for boys—is told through the eyes of six interweaving points of view, chronicling the 80-year evolution of the man; his successes, failings, virtues, and his crisis in faith.

2. You Only Live Twice by Ian Fleming / Spy PR6056.L4 Y68 1964x

Bond is taken (shaken, but not stirred) to the exotic Orient, Dr. Shatterhands & his suicide gardens, as well as the lovely, enticing, and delightful Kissy Suzuki.

3. Herzog by Saul Bellow  / Drama / PS3503.E4488 H5x

The story of a tragically confused intellectual, Moses E. Herzog, who sends out a series of letters to all kinds of people after suffering from a sort of midlife crisis: The letters are thoughtful ruminations on the break-up of his second marriage; growing up Jewish; and the perceived general failure of his life.

4. Hurry Sundown by K.B. Gilden / Drama / PS3557.I3427 H8x

With its themes of race, gender and inequality, this story centers on black and white Southern sharecroppers. Although a popular bestseller–it quickly garnered the husband and wife co-writing team of Katya and Bert Gilden movie rights to their book–critics panned the 1100 page book. The 1967 movie version stars Michael Caine and a saxophone-playing Jane Fonda, directed by Otto Preminger.

5. Up the Down Staircase by Bel Kaufman /
Drama / PS3561.A83x U6

An optimistic and idealistic first-year teacher in a large metropolitan high school is beset by red-tape, inadequate facilities and memorable students.

6. The Explorer by Frances Parkinson Keyes / Adventure drama / PS3521.E86 E9x

Adventurer Nicolas Hale needs a son to inherit his name and carry on his life’s work on a lost city in the Andes. When he marries a woman he deems suitable to mother his child, Margaret bordersectionPorterfield, she soon finds herself left behind and never able share in his passionate life’s work…

7. The Spy Who Came in from the Cold by John Le Carre / Spy thriller / PR6062.E33 S64x 1964

English spy Leamas is put on the shelf and now a paid defector in order to find out how Mundt, a double-agent in Germany, is able to dispose of so many English agents. In the process, Leamas finds himself attracted to a Communist woman. A whole host of victims, belligerence and revenge ensues…

8. The Horse Knows the Way by John O’Hara / Short Stories / PS3529.H29 H67 1964x

“The latest volume of 28 short stories in O’Hara’s Comedie Humaine, from one the most penetrating observers of the contemporary scene. So much sheer life, so many stunning portraits, so much shrewdness paislyborderand raw power” (from the critics, back in the day…).

9. Candy by Terry Southern / Sex / (I-Share)

All about Candy’s thesis which is based on her experiences: “to give of one’s self…is a thrilling privilege.” Simultaneously described, back in 1964, as pornography, burlesque, farce, satire… and just plain funny. Candy’s “no, no” to a psychiatrist, a hunchback, a yogi…just might mean “yes, yes.”

10. This Rough Magic by Mary Stewart / Suspense / (I-Share)

Lucy Waring is on holiday in the Greek Island of Corfu–believed to be the real scene of the Tempest–with her married sister. The two sisters stumble upon a goofy Shakespearean actor (with handsome son in tow), a beached dolphin, Albanian money smugglers, and wild motorcycle rides.

11. Armageddon: A novel of Berlin by Leon Uris / War / PS3541.R46 A8x

After World War II, Sean O’Sullivan—who hates Germans—of course, falls in love with a German girl while the Russians and the Americans clash over Berlin.

12. Julian by Gore Vidal / Historical Fiction / PS3543.I26 J8x 1964

The story of Julian, the short-lived but brilliant Roman emperor and philosopher who dedicated himself to the restoration of Hellenism whilst attempting to halt the spread of Christianity.

13. The Man / by Irving Wallace / American Politics / PS3573.A426 M3x

It’s 1964 in the Cabinet Room of the White House where an unexpected accident has made Douglass Dilman the first Black President of the United States. Amid domestic and international scandals, violence, dissension and hostility, President Dilman must shoulder the burdens of his office, his race, and his private life—all in the harsh glare of publicity. Sound familiar?


New York Times Bestsellers of the 1960s

Posted on October 30th, 2014

nytimes 60s fiction The New York Times bestselling fiction lists reflect the diverse tastes of the reading public–whether it is a Sci-Fi medical thriller where a deadly virus from a satellite is brought back to earth in The Andromeda Strain by Michael Crichton; Gore Vidal’s dark, gender bending comedy Myra Breckinridge; the nosy, creepy neighbors who come bearing bitter chocolate mousse in Rosemary’s Baby by Ira Levin; a Christian romance in Christy who is torn between two suitors by Catherine Marshall; a burned out womanizer and world famous artist seeks escape in the Congo in A Burnt-Out Case by Graham Green;  or eight female friends from Vassar, 30 years after graduation–their marriages, their work, their lives–in Mary McCarthy’s social satire, The Group. Currently on display in the Atrium, 1st floor, above the Read & Relax paperbacks.

January 17, 1960

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  1. Hawaii by James Michener—9 weeks
  2. Advise and Consent by Allen Drury—23 weeks
  3. Dear and Glorious Physician by Taylor Caldwell—42 weeks
  4. Poor No More by Robert Ruark—10 weeks
  5. The War Lover by John Hersey—13 weeks
  6. Exodus by Leon Uris—67 weeks
  7. The Darkness and the Dawn by Thomas B. Costain—12 weeks
  8. The Devil’s Advocate by Morris L. West—16 weeks
  9. The Ugly American by William J. Lederer and Eugene Burdick—65 weeks
  10. The Mansion by William Faulkner—8 weeks

April 23, 1961


  1. The Agony and the Ecstasy by Irving Stone—4 weeks
  2. The Last of the Just by Andre Schwarz-Bart —23 weeks
  3. A Burnt-Out Case by Graham Greene—9 weeks
  4. Hawaii by James Michener—75 weeks
  5. Advise and Consent by Allen Drury—89 weeks
  6. To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee—38 weeks
  7. Midcentury by John Dos Passos—6 weeks
  8. China Court by Rumer Godden—5 weeks
  9. Winnie Ille Pu by A.A. Milne—9 weeks
  10. Manila Galleon by F. Van Wyck Mason—5 weeks

October 28, 1962

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  1. A Shade of Difference by Allen Drury—4 weeks
  2. Seven Days in May by Fletcher Knebel and Charles W. Bailey, II—6 weeks
  3. Ship of Fools by Katherine Anne Porter—29 weeks
  4. The Prize by Irvin Wallace—19 weeks
  5. Dearly Beloved by Anne Morrow Lindbergh—20 weeks
  6. The Thin Red Line by James Jones—5 weeks
  7. The Reivers by William Faulkner—19 weeks
  8. Youngblood Hawke by Herman Wouk—23 weeks
  9. Act of Anger by Bart Spicer—9 weeks
  10. Another Country by James Baldwin—17 weeks

May 19, 1963


  1. The Glass Blowers by Daphne du Maurier—7 weeks
  2. Seven Days in May by Fletcher Knebel and Charles W. Bailey, II—23 weeks
  3. Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters by J.D. Salinger—14 weeks
  4. Grandmother and the Priests by Taylor Caldwell—7 weeks
  5. The Sand Pebbles by Richard McKenna—18 weeks
  6. The Moonflower Vine by Jetta Carleton—13 weeks
  7. The Tin Drum by Gunter Grass—4 weeks
  8. The Centaur by John Updike—10 weeks
  9. The Bedford Incident by Mark Rascovich—1 weeks
  10. Fail-Safe by Eugene Burdick and Harvey Wheeler —29 weeks

February 23, 1964


  1. The Spy Who Came in from the Cold by John le Carre—6 weeks
  2. The Group by Mary McCarthy—25 weeks
  3. The Venetian Affair by Helen MacInnes—18 weeks
  4. The Hat on the Bed by John O’Hara—12 weeks
  5. The Wapshot Scandal by John Cheever—5 weeks
  6. The Shoes of the Fisherman by Morris L. West—38 weeks
  7. Caravans by James Michener—29 weeks
  8. On Her Majesty’s Secret Service by Ian Fleming—24 weeks
  9. The Living Reed by Pearl S. Buck—20 weeks
  10. Von Ryan’s Express by David Westheimer—1 week


July 11, 1965

  1. The Source by James Michener—7 weekscaldwell
  2. Up the Down Staircase by Bel Kaufman—18 weeks
  3. The Ambassador by Morris West—11 weeks
  4. Hotel by Arthur Hailey—19 weeks
  5. Night of Camp David by Fletcher Knebel—5 weeks
  6. Don’t Stop the Carnival by Herman Wouk—15 weeks
  7. The Green Berets by Robin Moore—2 weeks
  8. The Looking Glass War by John le Carre—1 weeks
  9. A Pillar of Iron by Taylor Caldwell—8 weeks
  10. The Flight of the Falcon by Daphne du Maurier—10 weeks

November 20, 1966


  1. The Secret of Santa Vittoria by Robert Crichton—10 weeks
  2. Valley of the Dolls by Jacqueline Susann—37 weeks
  3. Capable of Honor by Allen Drury—8 weeks
  4. Tai-Pan by James Clavell—24 weeks
  5. The Birds Fall Down by Rebecca West—4 weeks
  6. The Fixer by Bernard Malamud—8 weeks
  7. The Mask of Apollo by Mary Renault—1 week
  8. All in the Family by Edwin O’Connor—5 weeks
  9. The Adventurers by Harold Robbins—34 weeks
  10. A Dream of Kings by Harry Mark Petrakis—4 weeks

March 26, 1967


  1. The Arrangement by Elia Kazan—5 weeks
  2. The Secret of Santa Vittoria by Robert Crichton—28 weeks
  3. Capable of Honor by Allen Drury—26 weeks
  4. Valley of the Dolls by Jacqueline Susann—55 weeks
  5. The Captain by Jan de Hartog—10 weeks
  6. The Birds Fall Down by Rebecca West—22 weeks
  7. All in the Family by Edwin O’Connor—23 weeks
  8. The Mask of Apollo by Mary Renault—19 weeks
  9. Tai-Pan by James Clavell—42 weeks
  10. The Fixer by Bernard Malamud—23 weeks


April 7, 1968

  1. christy c.marshallAirport by Arthur Hailey—2 weeks
  2. Vanished by Fletcher Knebel—11 weeks
  3. Myra Breckinridge by Gore Vidal—6 weeks
  4. The Confessions of Nat Turner by William Styron—25 weeks
  5. Topaz by Leon Uris—28 weeks
  6. The Tower of Babel by Morris West—7 weeks
  7. Christy by Catherine Marshall—23 weeks
  8. The Exhibitionist by Henry Sutton—17 weeks
  9. The President’s Plane is Missing by Robert J. Serling—19 weeks
  10. Rosemary’s Baby by Ira Levin—43 weeks

September 21, 1969

  1. rossmacdonaldThe Godfather by Mario Puzo—26 weeks
  2. The Love Machine by Jacqueline Susann—18 weeks
  3. Portnoy’s Complaint by Philip Roth—31 weeks
  4. The Andromeda Strain by Michael Crichton—13 weeks
  5. The Pretenders by Gwen Davis—10 weeks
  6. Naked Came the Stranger by Penelope Ashe—4 weeks
  7. ADA, or Ardor by Vladimir Nabokov—18 weeks
  8. A Place in the Country by Sarah Gainham—4 weeks
  9. The Goodbye Look by Ross MacDonald—12 weeks
  10. The Three Daughters of Madame Liang by Pearl S. Buck—2 weeks

paisley For more fiction from 1964, see below… 2014 World Almanac fiction 1964 bestsellers 

Renters rights in the case of a foreclosure.

Posted on October 30th, 2014

hiriseThe federal “Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act of 2009” expires December 31, 2014. Be prepared and get the scoop on where you stand as a renter in the event of your landlord or building management going into foreclosure. Find out  what a “Lis Pendens” is; be aware of what the term “cash for keys” means; do you have a “bona fide” lease? A pamphlet entitled “Tenants in Foreclosure Intervention Project” distributed by the Lawyer’s Committee for Better Housing may be of assistance.

howzsDuring foreclosure, you have the right to…

  1. Be notified in writing if your landlord or the building management changes;
  2. Live in a safe apartment with utilities
  3. Receive written notice if asked to move
  4. Get eviction court records sealed (or made confidential)
  5. Recover your security deposit.

rentermoverYou may also have the right…To stay until the end of your lease

You also have responsibilities…You must continue to pay your rent

For more information, the Illinois Legal Aid Online page details more Rights After Foreclosure.

The OCC/Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, goes into a bit more detail on their page entitled Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act of 2009; for more information on  rental rights results, click here.

Armchair Travel – Fiction

Posted on October 27th, 2014

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page” – Augustine of Hippo

During the summer of 2014 the Booth atrium displayed a list of 40 travel novels curated by Library Operations Associate Deborah Fennema. Most of the novels were displayed atop the “Read and Relax” bookshelf and next to each was a small stand filled with several beautifully designed bookmarks for each title. Each bookmark features the title, author, Booth Library call number and a brief synopsis of the story. Too lovely to be here and then gone for good, we’ve decided to make the bookmarks available to print and cut yourself. Attached here is a pdf file listing every book that was part of the Armchair Travel fiction display. Some examples of the selected books and synopses are listed below.2014 ARMCHAIR TRAVEL - FICTION-6

The bookmarks above are just one of 8 pages. Some of the other titles include:

bookgreeneTravels with My Aunt
by Graham Greene (1970)
call number: PR6013 .R44 t7x



book cover imageThat Old Ace in the Hole
by Annie Proulx (2002)
call number:  PS3566 .R697 T48 2002bx


book cover imageDon Quixote
by Miguel de Cervantes (1547-1616) ; a new translation by Edith Grossman ; introduction by Harold Bloom.
call number: PQ6329 .A2 2003b


book cover image11/22/63: a Novel
by Stephen King (2011)
call number: PS3561 .I483 A615 2011


Revolutionary Decade: Reflections on the 1960s

Posted on October 25th, 2014


Area residents are encouraged to take a step back in time and experience “Revolutionary Decade: Reflections on the 1960s.” Booth Library will sponsor this exhibit that looks at what is arguably one of the most turbulent and eventful decades of the 20th century.

Although the programs in this series have ended, Booth Library is filled with exhibits exploring numerous aspects of this fascinating decade as Americans experienced it — including developments in the worlds of music, literature, visual arts, science and technology, politics, and social movements.

The public is encouraged to stop by and take a look!

The 1960s from Washington D.C. & the Government Printing Office/GPO

Posted on October 17th, 2014

Look, Listen & Learn! In the document linked below you’ll find dozens of primary sources on social issues organized by topic.

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Look at paintings created in the 1960s by influential artist Leon Golub*.

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Listen to protest music: The turbulent 60s inspired great music.
Songs like “Get Up, Stand Up! Stand up for your rights!”
“Redemption Song”
“War, What Is It Good For?”
“Mercy, Mercy Me”
“What the World Needs Now, is Love”
“Inner City Blues”
performed by Bob Marley, John Lennon, Marvin Gaye, Jackie DeShannon, and many others inspired countless socially minded people to take political action for their beliefs. The many social “causes” prevalent in the 1960s brought about “effects” in the form of these songs, some of the most inspiring music ever written in our culture.

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Learn about some of the divisive issues of the decade–straight from the nation’s printing office! Over 120 titles are  on display in the Booth Reference Department, coinciding with the Library’s: Revolutionary Decade: Reflections on the 1960s.”

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A sampling of some of the documents available…

Report on Racial Imbalance in the Boston Public Schools Document CR 1.2:SCH 6/10

The Official Warren Commission on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy Document E 842.9 .A55 1964x

President L. B. Johnson’s We Will Stand in Viet-Nam Document S 1.38:137

Cambodia in Perspective, Vietnamization Assured by President R. M. Nixon Document S 1.38:191

A 1968-1972 Epidemiological Study of High School Football Injuries in North Carolina Document Y 3 .C 76/3:2 H 53

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Welfare Policy and Its Consequences for the Recipient Population Document HE 17.2:W 45

The Committee on Commerce’s Reviewing Progress made toward the Development and Marketing of a Less Hazardous Cigarette Document Y 4 .C 73/2:90-52

Special investigations and government operations on Organized Crime and Illicit Traffic in Narcotics Document Y 4 .G 74/6:C 86/

Un-American activities are detailed in: Communist Activities in the Chicago, Illinois Area Document Y 4 .UN 1/2:C 73/46/965/ parts 1-2 and Subversive Influences in Riots, Looting, and Burning Document Y 4 .UN 1/2:R 47/ pt.3-6

*Artist Leon Golub’s work was identified and copied from searches for copyright free images.

These books are short. Very short.

Posted on October 15th, 2014

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Life is full of big questions. 

Fortunately, they don’t always demand long

The Very Short Introductions series can be the quickest way to get up to speed on a multitude of complicated subjects from Hegel, Barthes, and Literary Theory to Capitalism, World Music and The Reagan Revolution. And because they’re published by a scholarly house like Oxford University Press, they can be trusted to hit the high spots without leaving out vital information.  Found in the stacks at Booth Library, these are some of the best primers around — and that’s the long and the short of it.



All the World’s a Stage: Theatre Arts around the Globe

Posted on October 6th, 2014

These books shine a spotlight on the art of acting, illuminating stage histories and heroes from the ancient to the avant-garde, around the world and back again.   Collected for a book display at Booth Library this past summer, they are available to be read, enjoyed, and studied by all who would like to know more about theatre arts.



TA1An Actor’s Work:  a Student’s Diary
PN2062 .S7613 2008

Acts of Courage:  Vaclav Havel’s Life in the Theater
PG5039.18 .A9 Z87 2005

Acts of Desire:  Women and Sex on Stage, 1800-1930
PR635 .W6 E45 2013

America’s Japan and Japan’s Performing Arts:  Cultural Mobility and Exchange in New York, 1952-2011
PN2266.5 .T48 2013

Ascendant Peace in the Four Seas:  Drama and the Qing Imperial Court
PN2872 .Y4 2012x

Behind the Burly Q:  the Story of Burlesque in America
PN1942 .Z46 2013x

Behind the Curtain:  the Job of Acting
PN2061 .B667 2012

TA2Bigger, Brighter, Louder:  150 Years of Chicago Theater as Seen by Chicago Tribune Critics
PN2277 .C4 J66 2013

Bob and Ray, Keener than Most Persons:  the Backstayge Story of Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding
PN2287 .E418 P65 2013

Communities of Imagination:  Contemporary Southeast Asian Theatres
PN2860 .D525 2012


Danny Kaye:  King of Jesters

PN2287 .K3 K64 2012x

Dark Attractions:  the Theatre of Peter Barnes
PR6052 .A668 Z9 2004x

Early Modern Encounters with the Islamic East-performing Cultures
PN2570 .E24 2012

GV1785 .F67 W37 2013

The Ghosts of the Avant-garde(s):  Exorcising Experimental Theater and Performance
PN2193 .E86 H375 2013

History of Modern Drama
PN1601 .K73 2012

TA3The House of Redgrave:  the Lives of a Theatrical Dynasty
PN2598 .R417 A35 2012x

Lives in Play:  Autobiography and Biography on the Feminist Stage
PS338 .W6 C57 2012

London Stage in the Nineteenth Century
PN2596 .L6 T36 2010

Mr. Broadway:  the Inside Story of the Shuberts, the Shows, and the Stars
PN2285 .S34 2012

Nabokov’s Theatrical Imagination
PG3476 .N3 Z6665 2012

Not Magic but Work:  an Ethnographic Account of a Rehearsal Process
PN2071 .R45 M38 2012

TA4Pioneer Performances:  Staging the Frontier
PN2245 .R49 2012

Russian Stage Design, 1880-1930 (v. 1 – 2)
[Note:  This book is located in the Oversize collection on the 2nd floor.]
PN2721 .B69 2012x

Sexual Politics in the Work of Tennessee Williams:  Desire over Protest
PS3545 .I5365 Z696 2012



The Sheldonian Theatre:  Architecture and Learning in Seventeenth-century Oxford
LF510 .G47 2013

Stage Design:  Concerts, Events, Ceremonies and Theater
[Note:  this book is located in the Oversize collection on the 2nd floor.]
PN2091 .S8 S684 2013x

Stella Adler on America’s Master Playwrights:  Eugene O’Neill, Thornton Wilder, Clifford Odets, William Saroyan, Tennessee Williams, William Inge, Art
PN1707 .A335 2012

Theater outside Athens:  Drama in Greek Sicily and South Italy
PA3202 .T44 2012

The Theban Plays of Sophocles
PA4414 .A2 S53 2007

Rachel Carson and the Environmental Movement of the 1960s

Posted on October 2nd, 2014

Silent Spring
Rachel Carson
QH545.P4 C38 1994

Peanuts cartoon from November 12, 1962.  As a well known author and scientist at the time, Carson will be frequently referenced in future strips as a female role model.

Peanuts cartoon from November 12, 1962. As a well known author and scientist at the time, Carson will be frequently referenced in future strips as a female role model.

The following resources demonstrate the evolutionary thread of
environmentalism in America, specifically before Rachel Carson’s 1962 publication of
Silent Spring, and then the subsequent waves of influence this book generated and continues to generate into the 21st century. The books are featured alongside a 1960s environmental display (“Biocide: Rachel Carson and the Environmental Movement”) located in the Reference Room Corridor on the 3000 level of Booth Library.  The display, the book table, and this article publicizing them are the work of Lee Whitacre, a senior library specialist in the library’s Acquisitions Department.


Aldo Leopold: A Fierce Green Fire

Marybeth Lorbiecki
QH31 .L618 L68 1999







note: Book Stacks locations: call numbers A-H are on the 3000 Level; J-L 2000 Level; P-Z 1000 Level



Communitas: Means of
Livelihood and Ways of Life

Paul and Percival Goodman
NA9030 .G6 1960









A Sand County Almanac
Aldo Leopold
QH81 .L56 1989x







Buckminster Fuller:
Designing for Mobility

Michael John Gorman
TA140.F9 G67 2005x

image of buckminster fuller next to car and geodesic dwelling





My First Summer
in the Sierra

John Muir
QH31.M9 A34 2003










The Ecopoetry Anthology
Edited by Ann Fisher-Wirth and Laura-Gray Street
PS595.N22 E27 2013







The Last Whole Earth

TS199 .W46x







image of pages from the whole earth catalog

An example of pages from the whole earth catalog.




Rachel Carson’s
Silent Spring

QH545 .P4 R32 2007X .DVD











A Fierce Green Fire: The Battle for a Living Planet
GE195 .F537 2012x .DVD

Sixties Sports Legends

Posted on October 1st, 2014

The Sixties Revolution touched the arena of sports as the Games of the XVII Olympiad were televised for the first time in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.  The 1960 games also went down in history for their role in the emergence of two legendary athletes — former polio patient Wilma Rudolph, whose three gold medals in track earned her widespread acclaim as the “fastest woman in the world”, and Cassius Clay (later to be known as Muhammad Ali), who won the light-heavyweight gold in boxing.

Professional sports, too, contributed several legendary athletes:  Baseball’s Willie Mays and Sandy Koufax, basketball’s Wilt Chamberlin, and hockey’s Bobby Hull all achieved lasting fame for their athletic feats.  You may read about these and more when you visit the book display in Booth Library’s 3000 S corridor.





Rome 1960:  the Olympics that Changed the World GV722 1960 .M37 2008




Sixties Sports 2

Wilma Rudolph:  a Biography GV1061.15 .R83 S64 2006

Wilma Unlimited:  How Wilma Rudolph Became the World’s Fastest Woman796.42 K9395wi






Sixties Sports 3


Muhammad Ali:  the Making of an Icon
GV1132 .A4 E97 2009

The Muhammad Ali Reader
GV1132 .A44 M83 1998

Sound and Fury:  Two Powerful Lives, One Fateful Friendship GV1131 .K56 2006

When We Were Kings
GV1125 .W44 1997x .DVD


Sixties Sports 4

Willie Mays:  a Biography
GV865 .M38 L47 2005

Sandy Koufax, Strikeout King
(BTC juvenile)  920 K849H

You Never Heard of Sandy Koufax?!
( BTC Juvenile) 796.357 K8492w

1960 World Series:Pittsburg Pirates vs. New York Yankees GV878.4 .N558 2003x .DVD




Sixties Sports 5


Wilt, 1962:  the Night of 100 Points and the Dawn of a New Era GV885.7 .P66 2005






Sixties Sports 6

The Golden Jet GV848.5 .H8 A3 2010

For more information about 1960s sport greats and the moments that made them memorable:

Olympisme par l’affiche:  1896-1984 / Olympism through Posters:  1896-1984
GV721.75 .O48 1983

Our Olympians
(BTC juvenile) 920 .K849H

Sports Illustrated
print: GV561 .S733
Online from 1992-present

Reflections on Mexico ’68
GV722 1968 .R44 2010

Ohio State University vs. University of Michigan
GV956.3 1969 .O55 2007x .DVD

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