At least 2 edition exists, one with a big stamp on cover and the number (500 copies?), the other one with a smaller stamp on cover and no number. Some sources talk about a black and yellow insert. Third edition often referenced is identical to the "smaller stamp" one with the stamp placed on the corner (and maybe this has not to be considered a different product).
Then I have seen also a version with the "corner" stamp and a boxed number below. An insert was attached on the back. If that was an original, a repress, or a home-made package, I sincerely don't know. The numbering ink is different from the main stamp ink, which is suspect. Thanks to Roby for the info.
|1/1||Resurrection||Richmond,VA,Free University(USA) 20-Sep-1969/1||"Live 1970"||-|
|1/2||Sister Theresa||  "||"Live 1970"||-|
|1/3||Bright lights, big city||Unknown,Unknown(Unknown) 23-Sep-1949/0||Live 1970||-|
|2/1||Bishop danced||New York,NY,Max's Kansas City(USA) 31-Jan-1973/1||-||-|
|2/2||You mean so much to me||Richmond,VA,Radio Station WGOE-FM(USA) 31-May-1973/1||-||-|
|2/3||The fever||New York,NY,Record Plant(USA) 16-May-1973/1||-||99|
|2/4||Zero and the blind Terry||Bryn Mawr,PA,The Main Point(USA) 31-Oct-1973/2||-||-|