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FERDINAND MARCOS

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INSCRIBED BY FERDINAND MARCOS TO ACCLAIMED FOREIGN REPORTER JOSEPH KINGSBURY-SMITH

(MARCOS, Ferdinand) RIZAL, José. Noli Me Tangere. WITH: El Filibusterismo. Manila, 1961. Together, two volumes.

Deluxe facsimile editions, second printings, of celebrated Philippine novelist José Rizal’s original manuscripts, each volume inscribed by Philippine president and future dictator Ferdinand Marcos to award-winning foreign reporter Joseph Kingsbury-Smith and his wife: in the first volume, “June 21, 1971. Malacanang Palace. Manila, Philippines. To our friends Eileen and Joe, May this facsimile of the original manuscript of Rizal’s novel that laid the moral basis for the Philippine Revolution of 1896 remind you of the country of more than seven thousand islands. Ferdinand Marcos”; in the second, “June 21, 1971. Malacanang Palace. Manila, Philippines. To Eileen and Joe, This is the other novel of the Philippine national hero, who, long before 1896 sought reforms for his country, not revolution. May this remind you of our passionate efforts to recast our social structure. Affectionately, Ferdinand Marcos.” $2500.

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INSCRIBED BY FERDINAND MARCOS TO ACCLAIMED FOREIGN REPORTER JOSEPH KINGSBURY-SMITH

(MARCOS, Ferdinand) MARAMAG, Ileana. The Second Marcos Inaugural. Printed in Japan, 1970.

First edition of this commemoration of Philippine president (later dictator) Ferdinand Marcos’ second inauguration, abundantly illustrated with black-and-white and color photographs (many full-page), inscribed by Marcos to award-winning foreign reporter Joseph Kingsbury-Smith and his wife, “June 21, 1971, Malacanang Palace, Manila, Philippines. To Eileen and Joe, with affection and best wishes, Ferdinand Marcos.” $1200.

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INSCRIBED BY FERDINAND MARCOS TO ACCLAIMED FOREIGN REPORTER JOSEPH KINGSBURY-SMITH

MARCOS, Ferdinand. Notes on the New Society of the Philippines. Manila, 1973.

First edition of Marcos’ manifesto defending his decision to place the Philippines under martial law, inscribed by him in the year of publication to award-winning foreign reporter Joseph Kingsbury-Smith, “Nov. 14, 1973. To Joe, with my compliments to a friend with the hope that it explains, to a small degree, our country’s dreams. Ferdinand Marcos.” $1100.

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