Jim Morrison / The Doors – Original 11″ x 14″ Edmund Teske Photograph

An original 11″ x 14″ photograph of Jim Morrison of The Doors, circa 1969, by celebrated photographer Edmund Teske.  This is a hand printed photograph made from the original negative, 11″ x 14,” in mint condition. With Teske’s studio stamp on the reverse. Edmund Teske was a highly regarded fine art photographer who photographed The […]

Jim Morrison (The Doors) & Van Morrison (Them) – 11″ x 14″ Photograph From 1966 Whisky-A-Go-Go Jam Session

An original 11″ x 14″ photograph of the Doors’ Jim Morrison with Van Morrison, then of the band Them, at the Whisky a Go Go in Hollywood in 1966 . This photograph was taken by the club’s in-house photographer George Rodriguez, and this print was made from the original negative and is in mint condition. […]

Jim Morrison & Michael McClure – Unpublished ‘Saint Nicholas’ Screenplay, From Danny Sugerman Collection

One of only three known copies of the unpublished Jim Morrison/Michael McClure film script Saint Nicholas (with Morrison writing as ‘James Douglas Morrison,’ the name he used with his privately printed poetry books.) In June 1969, Morrison and legendary Beat poet Michael McClure collaborated on a film script based on McClure’s unpublished novel, The Adept.  […]

Jim Morrison / The Doors – 1969 Self-Published Poetry Folio ‘The Lords: Notes on Vision’ / 1 of 100 Produced

Jim Morrison’s very rare self-published folio of poems The Lords: Notes On Vision.  Morrison published The Lords in an edition of 100 in early 1969. Printed in Los Angeles at Western Lithographers, Morrison gave these out one-at-a-time to friends and acquaintances The navy blue folio with gold stamping is printed on textured heavy card stock, with a […]

Jim Morrison – Signed Service Station Receipt, with ‘James D. Morrison’ Card Imprint (The Doors)

A service station receipt signed by Jim Morrison, with the imprint of his credit card using his full name ‘James D Morrison.’ We acquired this receipt, for a $1.00 tire change, from Vicky, a woman who dated Morrison.  Her accompanying letter of provenance reads: A beautiful sunny day—July 30, 1969, riding with Jim Morrison in his […]

Jim Morrison / The Doors – ‘Ode To LA While Thinking of Brian Jones, Deceased” Self-Published Pamphlet

One of a reported 500 copies of a poem by Jim Morrison, Ode to L.A. while thinking of Brian Jones, Deceased.  Printed by Western Lithograph Co. in July 1969. The poem is a meditation on the tragic death of Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones, who drowned on July 3, 1969.  Morrison had it printed […]

The Doors – 1970 Jim Morrison Film Festival Poster / World Premiere of ‘Hiway’/ Danny Sugerman Collection

An incredibly rare mounted poster for the Jim Morrison Film Festival held in Vancouver Canada in March 1970, from the collection of longtime Doors associate and manager Danny Sugerman (1954-2005). As noted on this poster, this festival featured (using their capitalizations) “the WORLD PREMIERE of jim Morrison’s feature film HIWAY plus a documentary on the […]

The Doors – Full Band Signed Contract for ‘Absolutely Live’ Album / Exhibited at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame / Authenticated by Elektra Records Founder Jac Holzman (Jim Morrison)

A five-page contract between The Doors and Elektra Records signed by all five band members, regarding live tapes recorded at Los Angeles’s Aquarius Theater and used for their 1970 album Absolutely Live.  This contract comes with the finest authentication possible—a letter of authenticity from Elektra Records founder Jac Holzman, who discovered and signed The Doors, […]

Jim Morrison – Edmund Teske 11 x 14 Photograph of Morrison and Pamela Courson (The Doors)

An original 11″ x 14″ photograph of Jim Morrison and girlfriend Pamela Courson by celebrated photographer Edmund Teske. This is a hand printed photograph, 11″ x 14,” in mint condition, with Teske’s studio stamp on the reverse. Edmund Teske was a highly regarded fine art photographer who photographed The Doors and Jim Morrsion in 1969 […]

The Doors/Jim Morrison – Original London 1968 Photograph by Ethan Russell

An original 11″ x 14″ photograph of The Doors’ Jim Morrison at The Roundhouse in London, September 1968, taken by legendary photographer Ethan Russell. This was the Doors only UK appearance in 1968 and was filmed and broadcast by ITV Television (and later released on DVD as “The Doors Are Open.”) This is a hand […]

Jim Morrison / The Doors – Original Drawing of Admiral, by 13 Year Old Jim Morrison, From Manager Danny Sugerman’s Collection

A satirical drawing of an admiral, done by future Doors singer Jim Morrison at age 13. Morrison’s father was a lifelong Navy officer who eventually rose to the rank of admiral, and this drawing possibly references that. The drawing is from the collection of longtime Doors associate and manager Danny Sugerman (1954-2005). It is one […]

Jim Morrison – 1969 Self-Published Poetry Folio ‘The Lords: Notes on Vision’, From Collection of Doors Manager Danny Sugerman (One of 100 made)

An ultra rare example of Jim Morrison’s self-published folio of poems The Lords: Notes On Vision,  given by Morrison to longtime Doors associate and manager Danny Sugerman (1954-2005.) Morrison published The Lords in an edition of 100 in early 1969. Printed in Los Angeles at Western Lithographers, Morrison gave these out one-at-a-time to friends and […]

Jim Morrison – 1971 “Paris Journal” Manuscript / Notebook, With Letters of Authenticity from The Doors management, Roger Epperson

SOLD: Jim Morrison’s legendary Paris Journal, possibly the last major work he completed before his death in Paris on July 3, 1971. The green composition notebook has “Paris Journal” written on the cover in Morrison’s hand, with the first 14 pages (double-sided) comprising a single epic handwritten poem by Morrison. The last page of the […]

The Doors – 1967 Crosstown Bus/Boston Concert Poster – Unknown Variant (Just After “Light My Fire” Was #1)

A previously unknown version of the rare original concert poster advertising two August, 1967 shows by The Doors at Boston’s short-lived Crosstown Bus.  Just weeks before these shows, “Light My Fire” spent three weeks at the top of the Billboard Charts.   As a Boston history website noted, The Doors were booked at the Crosstown Bus […]

Jim Morrison – 1969 Photograph by Edmund Teske 11″ x 14″

A rare vintage photograph of The Doors’ Jim Morrison by Edmund Teske.  This is an original hand-printed photograph, made from the original 1969 negative and printed in 1997. Edmund Teske was a highly regarded fine art photographer who photographed The Doors and Jim Morrsion in 1969 and 1970. His work was exhibited at major galleries […]

Jim Morrison – Original 11″ x 14″ Photograph by Edmund Teske (The Doors)

An original 11″ x 14″ photograph of Doors frontman Jim Morrison of The Doors, circa 1969, by celebrated photographer Edmund Teske. This is a hand printed photograph made from the original negative, measures 11″ x 14″ and is in mint condition, with Teske’s studio stamp on the reverse. Edmund Teske was a highly regarded fine […]

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