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        Salvador Dali - SIGNED postcard

      no publisher - Salvador Dali : (1904-1989) Spanish Surrealist Painter. Signed 3.5 x 4.5 colour postcard photograph by Dali. The image depicts Dali in a half length pose, sitting in front of a canvas, with a paintbrush in his hand. Signed in blue ink, with his surname only, to a clear area at the head of the image. Neatly trimmed, only very slightly touching the signature, otherwise VG [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Un Mazzetto Scelto di Certi Fioretti del Glorioso Poverello di Cristo San Francesco di Assisi Insieme col Cantico al Sole del Medesimo

      Chelsea: Ashendene Press, 1904. One of 125 copies on Batchelor 'hammer and anvil' paper, there were 20 copies printed on vellum. With woodcuts engraved by W.H. Hooper from drawings by Charles Gere's which are a pastiche of Florentine woodcuts. Printed in Subiaco type in two columns in red and black. Red initials printed from blocks designed by Graily Hewitt. Large 4to., bound in handsome full red morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. A few tiny spots of wear on the binding, otherwise an extremely good copy. Chelsea, Ashendene Press. 1904. Much larger than any of the previous books and a really well-balanced and beautifully designed book with a satisfying use of red ink and the two-column style. Booklabel of Clarence B. Hanson

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        St. Helena. IDWO 1853

      Intelligence Division War Office. ND. -41 1904 - Large (61 x 76 cm) colour printed map overall 70 x 89 cm., Heliozincographed at the Ordnance Survey Office. Scale of two and half inches to the mile. Small section (2 x 4 cm) repaired in margin lower left. Price of Three Shillings crossed through in pencil and repriced at 4/6 (four shillings and sixpence)

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        Seven Original Photographs, with related material

      A fascinating collection of seven images taken and printed by Lewis W. Hine, several of his nephew George C. Rich, all of which came from the estate of Rich himself (Hine married Sara Ann Rich in 1904, George was the son of her brother Walter). In 1908 Hine became the photographer for the The National Child Labor Committee, and by all accounts his photographs were instrumental in changing the child labor laws in the United States, particularly in mills, mines, and factories. In his efforts, he apparently utilized his nephew as a subject for his photographs illustrating child labor.As follows:1. Approximately 5" x 7" gold-toned platinum portrait print on textured paper stock of an adolescent George C. Rich in cap. About fine. Captioned in pencil on verso in the hand of George Rich: "George Rich by Lewis Hine."2. Approximately 5" x 7" gelatin silver portrait print of an adolescent George C. Rich in cap. Small chip in upper right corner, very good. Captioned in pencil on verso in the hand of George Rich: "George C. Rich Picture by Lewis Hine." Note this is the identical image to #1 in a different photographic process.3. Approximately 5" x 7" gold-toned platinum portrait print of George C. Rich posed in profile. About fine. Captioned in pencil on verso in the hand of George Rich: "George C. Rich Picture by Lewis Hine."4. Approximately 4" x 6" gelatin silver portrait print of W.C. Rich (George C. Rich's father). Small paper remnant on verso, about fine. Captioned in pencil on verso in the hand of George Rich: "W. C. Rich Picture by Lewis Hine."5. Approximately 5.75" x 3.75" albumen print of a tractor in the field harvest. Very slightly faced, else about fine. Captioned in pencil on verso in the hand of George Rich: " Combing Oats. Hine Photo."6. Approximately 5.75" x 3.75" albumen print of men, women, and children (one of whom might be George Rich) in a swimming hole in a rather desolate looking landscape. Very slightly faced, else about fine. Captioned in pencil on verso in the hand of George Rich: "Swimming Hole Garland. Hine Photo."7. Approximately 10" x 8" gelatin silver print of a man driving two cows on a road against a rural landscape. Nicks in three corners, not really affecting the image, otherwise a very deep and rich image, near fine. Signed on verso by "Lewis W. Hine (Delaware County, N.Y.)", and below that, written in Rich's hand: "Property of George & Doeretta Rich. Franklin, N.Y."With:8. Pamphlet: "For Child Labor Day 1921." New York: The National Child Labor Committee, 1921. Octavo. 13[3]pp. Relief half-tone photographically-illustrated stapled self-wrappers. Both front and back cover feature the same photographic image of a grinning young George C. Rich dressed in ragged overalls and a straw hat, with the photographer identified in print as Lewis W. Hine. Near fine. Written in Rich's hand on rear cover: "Property of G&D Rich."9. Hanging relief half-tone photographically-illustrated card with attached calendar for 1921, featuring the same image of Rich as on #8. Approximately 5.5" x 9". New York: Compliments of The National Child Labor Committee, 1921. Lacking the calendar leaves for January thru April, punch hole on top broken through, about very good.10. Identical to #9 (except condition). Hanging relief half-tone photographically-illustrated card with attached calendar for 1921, featuring the same image of Rich as on #8. Approximately 5.5" x 9". New York: Compliments of The National Child Labor Committee, 1921. Calendar leaves are all present, but chipping and trimming at the upper margins of the card, thus good only. .

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        A Selection from the Collection of Drawings by the Old Masters formed by C. Fairfax Murray

      London: Privately Printed, [1904]. First edition, 4to, 28pp., 292 plates, black and white and sepia-tone, from paintings, etc., executed by MM. Braun, Clement & Co, Paris and Dornach, marbled endpapers, cont. half morocco, t.e.g. uncut, lightly rubbed otherwise a very nice copy. Approximately 150 artists are represented from the schools of Giotto, Pollajuolo, Florentine 15th Century, Perugino, Lombard School 15th Century, Parmigiano, North Italian, Venetian School 18th Century, Rembrandt, the Dutch School, Flemish School, Early German, etc. Charles Fairfax Murray is believed to have received early art training from Richard Gainsborough Dupont, became a protege of John Ruskin, and joined Edward Burne-Jones as a studio assistant. Soon he was also assisting William Morris and Rosetti. While in Italy, as an agent for the Director of the National Gallery and other private collectors, Murray built his own Italian Old Master collection. He returned to England and resumed his friendships with Burne-Jones, William Morris, and their circle in the Arts & Crafts Movement. He also developed great American art collections, described by Lockett Agnew as "the finest judge of art in the world." Later, in 1909, having bought and sold several lots of rare books and collections to museums and galleries, he made his major sale -- his personal collection of 1400 Old Master drawings, to American banker John Pierpont Morgan for a sum almost equivalent to 3,000,000 pounds today.

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        Gesammelte arbeiten zur immunitätsforschung

      Berlin: August Hirschwald. 1904. "First edition, small 4to, pp, xii, 776; contemporary and likely original half brown cloth over marbled paper-covered boards; with 2 old library stamps on title page and dedication with cancels pasted over each; spine faded with small breaks in the cloth at the top of both joints, front free flyleaf adhered to pastedown; all else good and sound, or better. Consisting of 38 reports published between 1899 and 1904, many of which were co-authored with Julius Morgenroth and Hans Sachs. Ehrlich would later share a Nobel prize for physiology and medicine with Elie Mechnikov in 1908 for his work on immunology. Garrison-Morton 2559; Heirs of Hippocrates 2158."

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        Geschichtliche Jugend- und Volksbibliothek<. Band 1 bis 46+ 55 (Bd.34 fehlt).,

      Erschienen in München und Regensburg bei: Verlagsanstalt vorm. G. J. Manz, Buch- und Kunstdruckerei Akt.- Ges., in den Jahren 1904 bis 1920. - Insgesamt 47 Bände mit ca. 180 Seiten pro Band, teilweise mit Illustrationen. Inhalt: Interessante christlich- katholisch- orientierte Geschichtsreihe, hier in einer seltenen, umfangreichen, fast kompletten Ausgabe, überwiegend mit Abbildungen, sehr verständlich geschrieben, aber ohne das übliche gelehrte Beiwerk. U. a. Mexiko unter Kaiser Maximilian I.; Die Bartholomäusnacht des Jahres 1572; Hexenwahn und Hexenprozesse in Deutschland; Die Femgerichte; Die Türken und ihre Kriege gegen die Christen; die französische Fremdenlegion, etc. Es erschien im gleichen Verlag noch eine zweite Reihe: >Die Naturwissenschaftliche Jugend- und Volksbibliothek<. Zustand: Einbände minimal berieben, Ecken und Kanten wenig bestoßen, teilweise auf dem Rücken, kleine weiße Bibliothekaufkleber. Innen: Teilweise kleiner Bibliothek- Stempel: Convent St. Augustin auf dem Vorsatzblatt, sonst sehr sauber und tadellos erhalten. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1050 8°(Oktav- Format bis 22,5 cm.) Hellbraune und dunkelbraune Original- Ganzleinen- Einbände, mit schwarzer Rücken- und Vorderdeckel- Beschriftungen, sowie dunkelbraune und rotbraune Jugendstil- Ornamentik auf dem Vorderdeckel und grüne Buchschnitte, teilweise farbig illustrierte Vor- und Nachsätze. Durchwegs 1. Auflagen, 47 Bände, davon 2 Doppelbände (11/12) und (29/30) in 44 Büchern.

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        Seven Original Photographs, with related material

      A fascinating collection of seven images taken and printed by Lewis W. Hine, several of his nephew George C. Rich, all of which came from the estate of Rich himself (Hine married Sara Ann Rich in 1904, George was the son of her brother Walter). In 1908 Hine became the photographer for the The National Child Labor Committee, and by all accounts his photographs were instrumental in changing the child labor laws in the United States, particularly in mills, mines, and factories. In his efforts, he apparently utilized his nephew as a subject for his photographs illustrating child labor.As follows:1. Approximately 5" x 7" gold-toned platinum portrait print on textured paper stock of an adolescent George C. Rich in cap. About fine. Captioned in pencil on verso in the hand of George Rich: "George Rich by Lewis Hine."2. Approximately 5" x 7" gelatin silver portrait print of an adolescent George C. Rich in cap. Small chip in upper right corner, very good. Captioned in pencil on verso in the hand of George Rich: "George C. Rich Picture by Lewis Hine." Note this is the identical image to #1 in a different photographic process.3. Approximately 5" x 7" gold-toned platinum portrait print of George C. Rich posed in profile. About fine. Captioned in pencil on verso in the hand of George Rich: "George C. Rich Picture by Lewis Hine."4. Approximately 4" x 6" gelatin silver portrait print of W.C. Rich (George C. Rich's father). Small paper remnant on verso, about fine. Captioned in pencil on verso in the hand of George Rich: "W. C. Rich Picture by Lewis Hine."5. Approximately 5.75" x 3.75" albumen print of a tractor in the field harvest. Very slightly faced, else about fine. Captioned in pencil on verso in the hand of George Rich: " Combing Oats. Hine Photo."6. Approximately 5.75" x 3.75" albumen print of men, women, and children (one of whom might be George Rich) in a swimming hole in a rather desolate looking landscape. Very slightly faced, else about fine. Captioned in pencil on verso in the hand of George Rich: "Swimming Hole Garland. Hine Photo."7. Approximately 10" x 8" gelatin silver print of a man driving two cows on a road against a rural landscape. Nicks in three corners, not really affecting the image, otherwise a very deep and rich image, near fine. Signed on verso by "Lewis W. Hine (Delaware County, N.Y.)", and below that, written in Rich's hand: "Property of George & Doeretta Rich. Franklin, N.Y."With:8. Pamphlet: "For Child Labor Day 1921." New York: The National Child Labor Committee, 1921. Octavo. 13[3]pp. Relief half-tone photographically-illustrated stapled self-wrappers. Both front and back cover feature the same photographic image of a grinning young George C. Rich dressed in ragged overalls and a straw hat, with the photographer identified in print as Lewis W. Hine. Near fine. Written in Rich's hand on rear cover: "Property of G&D Rich."9. Hanging relief half-tone photographically-illustrated card with attached calendar for 1921, featuring the same image of Rich as on #8. Approximately 5.5" x 9". New York: Compliments of The National Child Labor Committee, 1921. Lacking the calendar leaves for January thru April, punch hole on top broken through, about very good.10. Identical to #9 (except condition). Hanging relief half-tone photographically-illustrated card with attached calendar for 1921, featuring the same image of Rich as on #8. Approximately 5.5" x 9". New York: Compliments of The National Child Labor Committee, 1921. Calendar leaves are all present, but chipping and trimming at the upper margins of the card, thus good only. .

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        The Poetic and Dramatic Works of Alfred Lord Tennyson

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1904., 1904. Riverside Edition. Complete in 7 volumes; 8vo. A very elegant set in maroon half morocco with gilt box design and gilt to titles to spines, marbled boards and end papers, top edges gilt others untrimmed. Portrait forntispiece to vol.I. Corners bumped and frayed; slight rubbing to extremities. A beautiful presentation.

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        Un Mazzetto Scelto di Certi Fioretti del Glorioso Poverello di Cristo San Francesco di Assisi Insieme col Cantico al Sole del Medesimo.

      Ashendene Press, Chelsea 1904 - One of 125 copies on Batchelor 'hammer and anvil' paper, there were 20 copies printed on vellum. With woodcuts engraved by W.H. Hooper from drawings by Charles Gere's which are a pastiche of Florentine woodcuts. Printed in Subiaco type in two columns in red and black. Red initials printed from blocks designed by Graily Hewitt. Large 4to., bound in handsome full red morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. A few tiny spots of wear on the binding, otherwise an extremely good copy. Chelsea, Ashendene Press. 1904. Much larger than any of the previous books and a really well-balanced and beautifully designed book with a satisfying use of red ink and the two-column style. Booklabel of Clarence B. Hanson

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        Das Fischermädchen", "Der erste Schnee" und "Guter Rat". 3 eigenh. Gedichte.

      O. O. u. D. - 12+12+16 Zeilen auf 1¾ SS. 8vo. "Und es klagen ihre Tränen: | Weit der Himmel, tief die See, | Doch noch weiter geht mein Sehnen, | Und noch tiefer ist mein Weh [ ]" (aus "Das Fischermädchen"). - Aus dem Besitz von Fontanes Sohn Friedrich, der das Blatt in einem von ihm beschriebenen Kuvert (beiliegend) einem Herrn Cohn zu Weihnachten 1904 zukommen ließ. - Obgleich undatiert, entstanden die drei Gedichte in den 1840er Jahren ("Guter Rat", 1849; "Das Fischermädchen", 1844; "Der erste Schnee", 1841) und wurden 1851 gedruckt; "Das Fischermädchen" und "Der erste Schnee" weichen in der Druckfassung etwas von dem hier geschriebenen Text ab (vgl. Theodor Fontane: Sämtliche Werke XX, SS. 7, 15-16). - Mit kleinen Randläsuren.

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        Grein and Pahls Drink Mixer's Manual [Drinks as they are Mixed]

      Chicago: oe Grein & J. Pauls Inc. Very Good. [circa 1904]: Grein and Pauls edition of Paul E. Lowe's Drinks as they are Mixed. Grein and Pahls was a hops and malt store in Chicago, who gained permission from from the original publisher of Paul E. Lowe's book to republish the book in its entirety though wrapped in a cover with their name on it, and with an advertisement for their catalog. In Very Good condition. Light soiling to cloth, light edge wear. Light evidence of erased red pencil to front free end paper, and occasionally in margins. Pages show a few small stains. Front free end paper has an edge tear repaired with tape. Front and rear hinge lightly exposed. An extremely scarce edition; far more uncommon than the usual edition of Drinks as they are Mixed and rarely seen at market.

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        Oftalmía purulenta de los recién nacidos. Frecuencia, gravedad, profilaxis y tratamiento

      Valladolid, Imprenta, Librería y Encuadernación de Jorge Montero, 1904. Folio; XIV-58 pp., 29 hs. Ejemplar con envío autógrafo del autor al Dr. Paz Varela. Cubiertas originales en mal estado.

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        Propos d'âmes simples EDITION ORIGINALE ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Paul Ollendorff, 1904. Fine. Paul Ollendorff, Paris 1904, 12x19cm, broché. - Edition on current paper, false statement sixth edition, it has been printed in Holland paper 10 leading copies. Autograph signed by the author. Back slightly cracked and with two tiny gaps in the foot a few passages underlined in pencil tetxe blue. Cover illustrated with a drawing of Shem. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale sur papier courant, fausse mention de sixième édition, il n'a été tiré que 10 Hollande en grands papiers. Envoi autographe signé de Jean Lorrain. Dos légèrement fendillé et comportant deux infimes manques en pied, quelques passages du tetxe soulignés au crayon de couleur bleu. Couverture illustrée d'un dessin de Sem.

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        Original Handwritten Manuscript of The Scholar's Daughter

      [c. 1904-1906], [England] - Hardcover. The complete original manuscript for Beatrice Harraden's novel, The Scholar's Daughter, published by Methuen in 1906. It has been bound for presentation to her literary agent, A.P. Watt, with an inscription on the front free endpaper: "For my most kind friend Mr. A.P. Watt from Beatrice Harraden. a little token of gratitude for all the regard and kindness received from himself & his sons for so many years. Jan 28th 1913. I chose the M.S. of this book specially because the story was always one of which my friend has [?] with & most welcome appreciation." Beatrice Harraden (1864-1936) was an English novelist who was active in women's rights causes, and an ardent feminist and suffragette. Aspects of her life were incorporated in her work, as with this novel. She was involved as a reader for the Oxford English Dictionary, and this novel is set among lexicographers. Contemporary reviews of the book were mixed. The review in The Bookman states that the work is a clever little domestic drama written with zest and skill. "The title, a suggestive one, would seem to imply that we may expect something unscholarly from the daughter of a scholar." This review also states that there was a dramatic version of the story. The reviewer in The Academy writes that the story would do better as a light play than a novel. The book "has a great deal of fun in it but lacks conviction. Miss Harraden can do better work than this." A later letter to the editor states that the novel was first written as a play. The manuscript has corrections and changes throughout, along with a few tipped in pages from a typescript, and provides a fascinating look at the creative process of this New Woman writer. Bound in grey cloth with gilt title and author to front board. A rarity in very good condition. Small quarto. About 178 pages. AUTO/073115. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Sea-Wolf, True First Edition, In Century Magazine Volume 67 No. 3 Through Volume 69 No. 1, 1904

      The Century Company, New York 1904 - The Complete First Issue Of The Novel "The Sea Wolf, As Originally Printed In The Century Magazine, Eleven Complete Issues In Four New Clamshell Cases, Green Morocco Spines, Gilt, Over Green Cloth. Each Individual Issue Is Complete, With Small Edge Tears (Covers Overlap The Text Block). And A Few Small Spine Chips. This Original Text In The Century Magazine Differs From The Text Preserved In The Macmillan Book Printing In October 1904. International Postage About $100 By Usps Priority Or Express Mail Due To Size And Weight. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Congo Mission of the A.B.M.U

      Methuen Mass, 1904. Map in manuscript, diamond dyes, India ink and stencil on cloth. Scale approx. 1 inch : 35 miles. 38 x 55 in. Some minor staining but very good indeed. Map in manuscript, diamond dyes, India ink and stencil on cloth. Scale approx. 1 inch : 35 miles. 38 x 55 in. A remarkable survival and possibly the sole example produced. Bordered by Cameroon, French Congo and Angola on the left, and Rhodesia, German East Africa and Uganda on the right, the map is dominated by the Congo Free State which existed between 1885-1908. It was created at the behest of Belgium's King Leopold II and incorporates the area now covered by Rwanda, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. With the Congo River in the center, the map includes Lakes Victoria and Malawi. Numerous tribes, African cities, and villages are noted. Missions include the Presbyterian Mission, the Methodist Mission, the Methodist Episcopal Mission, and the American Board. Towns and villages with established missions are underlined in red. Based in Methuen, Massachusetts, the cartographer Samuel Eleazer Mann (1853-1930) produced these large format missionary field maps for the American Baptist Missionary Union. The maps appear to be one-offs and were made for several of the Baptist Missions, though the A.B.M.U. was the largest client. This large format was typical of Mann's maps, Harvard has a copy of his map of Japan that is a similar size. The lower left corner of the map bears the name J. P. Goodwin and the date 1904. This is possibly John P. Goodwin, a Long Island born member of the A.B.M.U. Although his name is not clearly associated with the Congo Mission, it appears he must have owned this map as early as 1904, when the mission was still active. Established in 1814, the American Baptist Missionary Union (A.B.M.U) formerly known as the American Baptist Missionary Union and the American Baptist Foreign Mission Society is an international Protestant Christian missionary society. Sponsored by two American missionaries in Burma, Adoniram Judson and Ann Hasseltine Judson, it is the oldest Baptist missionary organization based in North America. Importantly, the ABMU was the first societies to voice concern of atrocities in the Congo Free State and as early as 1895 induced the US state department to visit.

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        THE BALLAD OF READING GAOL

      Portland, Maine: Thomas B. Mosher, 1904. No. 9 OF 10 COPIES ON VELLUM signed by the publisher (of a total edition of 110) n. Hardcover. mm (). 3 p.l., 33, [1] pp., [1] leaf (colophon). No. 9 OF 10 COPIES ON VELLUM signed by the publisher (of a total edition of 110). Publisher's limp vellum, flat spine lettered in gilt. In a green cloth portfolio with silk ribbon ties. Bishop 13. Faint soiling to covers, perhaps a third of the leaves slightly yellow (as often with vellum printings), otherwise very fine, especially fresh and clean inside and out. This is the strictly limited luxury version of the Mosher edition of Wilde's long poem in six-line rhymed stanzas, written in France in 1897 after Wilde's release from jail in Reading. Indebted to Coleridge's "Rime of the Ancient Mariner" and Housman's "Shropshire Lad," it is generally considered to be Wilde's greatest poem. The title page identifies the author as "C.3.3.," Wilde's prisoner number based on his location in block C, floor three, cell three. The work is written in memory of Charles Thomas Wooldridge, a trooper in the Royal Horse Guards who was executed in 1896 for killing his wife in a jealous rage. It takes the viewpoint of an imprisoned man observing a fellow inmate who is to be hanged. Day says that the poem's theme is "society's cruelty in inflicting of punishment without understanding." The poem makes it clear that "the greatest pain is the one the wrongdoer suffers within himself." Despite the stigma attached to Wilde at the time (or perhaps because of the publicity related to his infamy), the poem was a considerable commercial success. It also was hailed by the critics as a successful change in direction in Wilde's poetry, characterized by a much greater expression of sincerity. Of private press publisher Thomas B. Mosher (1852-1923), Blumenthal says that he was "the first American to have established a sustained program . . . of splendid literary output in consistently felicitous typographic form." The books he produced between 1891 and 1923 were characterized by "fine paper, good workmanship, and an unassuming and quiet typographic elegance," a succinct summation of Mosher books in general and this attractive edition in particular.

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        The Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments, & Other Rites & Ceremonies of the Church, According to the Use of the Church of England; Together with the Psalter or Psalms of David ?

      M. Walter Dunne, [New York 1904 - [14], 386, [2] pp., plus [8] pp. inserted supplement. Folio. The Japan vellum issue of the authorized U.S. redaction of Ashbee's Essex House edition of the Prayer Book of Edward VII, with some 150 cuts after drawings by Ashbee, executed by W.H. Hooper and Clemence Housman. The proofs for this American printing were corrected by Dunne, and the text was printed at the Plimpton Press, in Norwood, Mass. The laid-in [8] pp. supplement is exclusive to the U.S. edition, is printed in red and black in a fashion akin to the main text, and records variants between the British and American texts. While the Essex House edition was limited to 400 copies on paper and ten on vellum, there is no explicit limitation stated in this edition. This is one of the copies on Japan vellum; an unknown number of copies were also printed on handmade paper. A much-above-the-norm copy of this book. Griffiths notes this edition in a note under the London edition, indicating (in error) that the difference between them consists of "one extra leaf." The colophon ascribes the binding design to the bindery of M. Walter Dunne. Griffith 1904.1n Full contemporary reddish brown crushed levant, raised bands, side panels elaborately gilt extra with enamel highlights of blue, pink and cream, gilt inner dentelles and suede doublures, silk ribbon marker weighted with a bronze medallion of Edward VII. Joints very slightly rubbed, some flaking to the enamel, the medallion has caused a 2 cm crack in the front inner hinge, otherwise a very good copy [14], 386, [2] pp., plus [8] pp. inserted supplement. Folio

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        Le petit illustré amusant 1904 année complète du n°1 au n°53 EDITION ORIGINALE

      Paris: Le petit illustré amusant, 1904. Fine. Le petit illustré amusant, Paris 1904, 30x39cm, relié. - First Edition. Bound in half red roan, small minor scratches on the back that is decorated with gilt, some scuffs, binding of the weekly époque.Cet caricatures is richly illustrated by Raoul Thomen Landelle, Jean Aurian, Poulbot, Edmond Guenin, Bogron, Vallet, Valery Muller, Henry Muller, Leon Bardet, Haye, Ferdinand Bac, Ricardo Flores, Delannoy, The Bocain, E. Tap, Gog, Malherbe, of Albat, Schuster, Viriez, Gus Bofa, Alex, Zybalt A. Ziem, Blondeau, Fertom ... etc.Chaque issue contains eight pages, including large color drawings on the first and last pages and numerous drawings and noir.Rare nice copy. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Reliure en demi basane rouge, petites éraflures sans gravité sur le dos qui est orné de filets dorés, quelques épidermures, reliure de l'époque. Cet hebdomadaire de caricatures est richement illustré par Raoul Thomen, Landelle, Jean d'Aurian, Poulbot, Edmond Guénin, Bogron, Vallet, Valéry Muller, Henry Muller, Léon Bardet, Haye, Ferdinand Bac, Ricardo Flores, Delannoy, Le Bocain, E. Tap, Gog, Malherbe, d'Albat, Schuster, Viriez, Gus Bofa, Alex, Zybalt, A. Ziem, Blondeau, Fertom... etc. Chaque numéro comporte huit pages, dont de grands dessins en couleurs sur la première et la dernière page et de nombreux dessins en noir. Rare et bel exemplaire.

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        Notes on the early history of the dioceses of Tuam, Killala and Achonry

      Dublin : Hodges, Figgis - 1904. Hardcover. . 8vo original cloth.Nice clean copy. . . . . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        California and its Missions: Their History to the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (2 volumes)

      San Francisco: Whitaker & Ray Company, 1904. First edition. 4to. 228pp; 538pp. Frontispiece portraits; Illustrations; Map; Index. Original red cloth with glit lettering to spines; blindstamped portrait to front covers. Slight fading to spines; minor wear to extremities; a near fine set. An extensive history on the early development of the lower and upper California missions. "The author, a well-known San Francisco arcitect, 'epitomizes the principal events in a most satisfactory manner.' Vol. II deals with the missions of Alta California. Almost the entire edition was destroyed in the 1906 fire and earthquake." - Weber, The California Missions, pg. 18. Scarce thus. (California Catholic History pg. 26; Cowan II pg. 132; Howes C-490; Weber 75).

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        The Trail of The Dead.

      London; Ward, Lock and Co. 1904 - First edition. 8vo. Publisher's dark grey cloth boards titled in gilt and decorated in red with onlay paper illustration to front board. Minor edgewear, light scuffing to extremities, very good indeed. Light bumping and a little fraying to spine ends. Solid and handsome. Internally clean. A scarce title from a man who was a collaborator of Wodehouse and a friend of Arthur Conan Doyle, credited with providing the inspiration for the legendary Holmes adventure "The Hound of The Baskervilles." and the creator of Holmesian detective "Addington Peace." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Fritz Kochers Aufsätze,

      Insel Verlag, Lepzig, 1904 - 128 Seiten mit 11 Illustrationen von Karl Walser Erstausgabe der ersten Veröffentlichung Walsers. Auch ist dieses Buch die erste Buchgestaltung und BuchIllustration Karl Walsers. Orangefarbener Pappeinband. Besitzervermerk im vorderen Vorsatz. Buchschnitt etwas staubig. Farbkopfschnitt. Insgesamt in einem guten und sammelwürdigen Erhaltungszustand. Vitrine 1/2/ WZ Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 207 Erstausgabe dieses ersten Romans von R. Walser. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        La Bible d'Amiens EDITION ORIGINALE ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Mercure de France, 1904. Fine. Mercure de France, Paris 1904, 12x19cm, broché. - first edition of the translation, notes and the preface prepared by Marcel Proust, a copy of the first issue numbered the press. Precious autograph signed by the author Baroness Pierrebourg "... tribute of respectful gratitude ..." Restorations and lack met the first sheets, nice copy the fragile paper. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale de la traduction, des notes et de la préface établies par Marcel Proust, un des exemplaire de première émission numérotés à la presse. Précieux envoi autographe signé de l'auteur à la baronne de Pierrebourg : "... hommage de respectueuse reconnaissance..." Restaurations et manque comblés aux premiers feuillets, agréable exemplaire au papier fragile.

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        The Complete Works of Count Tolstoy Volumes 1-24

      J. M. Dent & Co., London 1904 - All volumes: Hard cover slightly worn, rubbed on edges and some boards; Uneven page block. Contents sound and bright and tight throughout. Each volume has a plastic jacket for protection. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1903

      1904. Souvenir of a Landmark Antitrust Case [Knox, Philander (1853-1921)]. [Northern Securities Co. v. United States]. In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1903. Northern Securities Company [et al.] v. United States of America, Appellee. Appeal for the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Minnesota. Argument and Brief for the United States. [Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1904]. [iv], 94; [ii], ii, 180 pp. Two parts preceded by general title page. Contemporary morocco, gilt frames to boards, gilt title to spine, untrimmed edges. Moderate rubbing to extremities, with some wear to spine ends and corners, scuffing and light soiling to front board, which is slightly bowed, a few cracks to text block. Light toning to text, foxing in a few places, internally clean. * First edition. This volume, containing Attorney General Philander C. Knox's Supreme Court argument in the landmark Northern Securities Case, and the federal government's appeal of the case from the Circuit Court to the Supreme Court, was likely bound by Knox as a gift to a colleague or friend. Decided in 1904, the Northern Securities Case was a pivotal case in the legal history of the Progressive Era and the history of railroads in the American West. The Northern Securities Company was a powerful trust formed by J.P. Morgan and James G. Hill to control railroad trunk lines in the Northwest and into Chicago and stifle competition. President Roosevelt, seeing an opportunity to exert federal power against a business monopoly, instructed Knox to bring suit against the Northern Securities Company. Knox handled the case personally, writing the appeal from the decision of the Minnesota Circuit Court, and arguing the government's case before the U.S. Supreme Court. Invoking the Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890, Knox argued that The Northern Securities Company acted in restraint of trade. The court's decision, on a 5-4 vote with Oliver Wendell Holmes and Chief Justice Melville Fuller dissenting, upheld the government's argument, affirming the constitutionality of the Sherman Antitrust Act.

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        Through the Highlands of Siberia

      London: Rowland Ward, 1904. First . Hardcover. VG. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 259 pp, ill, fold out map, zebra end papers. Wild sheep in the Altai Mountains of Mongolia and in Siberia. Excellent appendix on outfitting for wild sheep hunting in Mongolia. A book with much information that still rings true. A very scarce and desirable title in first ed. VG copy, mild corner and spine tips wear, almost imperceptible soiling at top front board.

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        Maître du monde - Un drame en Livonie

      Paris: Hetzel, 1904. Fine. Hetzel, Paris 1904, 18x28cm, cartonnage de l'éditeur. - Adorned with 80 illustrations Benett, including 12 etchings chromotypography and a color map and two noir.Cartonnage publisher Hetzel "portrait stuck" in full red calico signed A. Lenègre first polychrome board signed Souze representing various ways Edition locomotion (tank, locomotive, ships), a portrait of the author in sepia tones pasted in the center, various navigational instruments accented with gold in the foreground, second flat type "e" as indicated by Jauzac back decorated with several color illustrations and gold, pages backgrounds blue guard, all slices dorées.spine uniformly irradiated with a small tear in the rear, the first flat colors somewhat faded, a few small spots on the second board caps and corners slightly frottés.Quelques tiny foxing on the first and last sheets as often. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Première édition in-8 ornée d'illustrations de George Roux et Benett, dont 12 gravures en chromotypographie et d'une carte en couleurs. Cartonnage éditeur Hetzel "au globe doré" en pleine percaline rouge signé Engel, premier plat polychrome signé Blanchelant, second plat de type "i" comme indiqué par Jauzac, dos au phare, pages de garde bleues d'origines, toutes tranches dorées. Exemplaire très légèrement gauchis, quelques traces blanches sur le second plat, coiffes un peu frottées et dos un peu passé. Nombreuses rousseurs sur les premiers et derniers feuillets, comme souvent et gardes bleues un peu passées.

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        Catalogue of the Engraved Portraits of Washington

      New York: Grolier Club. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1904. First Edition. Hardcover. Limited edition, one of 425 copies. Blue paper boards with cream spine and gilt imprint. Light soil with sunning on spine. Soil on top edge. Light foxing spots on endpapers and deckle edges; interiors of pages not foxed. Uncut. Frontispiece, color seal of Grolier Club on title page. 21 plates of portraits with tissue in this volume of over 800 entries. Proem, index, and checklist cross-referencing another list of portraits by Baker. ; B&W Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 406 pp .

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        The Colored Regulars in the United States Army with a Sketch of the History of the Colored American, and an Account of His Services in the Wars of the Country, from the Period of the Revolutionary War to 1899; introductory Letter from Lieutenant-General Nelson A. Miles

      Philadelphia: A.M.E. Book Concern, 1904. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Good. frontis, photos, maps, 344p. Red cloth. 22cm. Moderate cover wear. White cover lettering mostly gone. Gift inscription. Former owner's name stamp on front endpaper and on all three sides of page edges. No Jacket. Most of this extremely scarce book is devoted to the exploits of African American troops during the Spanish-American War.

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        Newfoundland Poems, "Home, Sweet Home"

      [Harbour Grace, Nfld.] : Standard Press,, Newfoundland 1904 - 36 pages, plus 6 pps adverts, quite interesting adverts including the full page for the Newfoundland mails, 12 mo., Stiff wraps. Note a few peripheral rips to covers, 2 also to last 2 pages, approx 1/8 inches, small bump to lower spine, pages very evenly toned, or might be original color, else vg+, tightly bound, no stains or other problems. Two things, first, this is the only copy of this book that seems recorded. If you are a big alum of a Canadian institution, might be a nice gift, as a few have this in microform, none in the original. U Toronto has the only recorded copy of the 1908 second edition, that too being rather elusive. WC has no hits, nor LOC. Second, nice content, a lot of patriotic tone, but also meat, odes to people, ships, and events, written over 25 years, some fair grist for the historian, like 'The Trinity Bay Tragedy', or 'The SS Greenland Tragedy'. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Journals of the Continental Congress. 34 Vols. 1904-1937 Complete set

      1904 - Indispensable Primary Record of the Continental Congress Ford, Worthington C., Primary Editor. Journals of the Continental Congress 1774-1789. Edited From the Original Records in the Library of Congress. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1904-1937, 1976. 34 volumes and 1 index volume. Complete set. Plates, illustrations, facsimiles, three folding facsimiles in pocket at rear of Volume One. Original tan cloth, moderate shelfwear and soiling. Index volume bound in buckram, negligible shelfwear. Internally clean, a few hinges cracked, some signatures unopened. Ex-library. Bookplates to pastedowns of most volumes, location numbers to a few spines. A nice set. * Only edition of 2000 copies. The text was transcribed from the manuscript journals transferred to the Library of Congress from the Department of State. Recorded during the First and Second Continental Congresses and based on the original manuscript records and Journals, they provide extensive and valuable documentation of the revolutionary era. Some of the material appears in print for the first time here, including the "Secret Journals," the "Rough Journals" and the "Corrected Journals." Each volume contains bibliographical notes and an index. Laid into volume one is a handbill concerning this title's distribution: "the entire work may comprise 14 or 15 volumes and the publication extends over 5 or 6 years." [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        In Residence: the Don's Guide to Cambridge

      Cambridge: Elijah Johnson,, 1904. Octavo. Original blue wrappers, titles to front cover in blue, pages uncut. With the glassine jacket. Wrappers sunned and mildly foxed, edges of text block foxed. An excellent copy in the jacket with some shallow chips to extremities. First edition, first impression, with the scarce jacket. A collection of Crowley's early poetry, including 20 twenty pages of humorous advertisements for works by Crowley, as well as the detachable entry form for a competition which Crowley held for the best essay to be written on his own works. It was won by won by J. F. C. Fuller, whose essay is said to have been the only entry.

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        The Novels. Illustrated by Hugh Thomson. With an introduction by Austin Dobson.

      London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1901-1904 - 5 volumes, octavo (185 × 122 mm). Finely bound by Riviere & Son in blue half calf, titles and centre tool to spines in compartments separarted by raised bands, matching cloth boards, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. The occasional minor blemish, couple of tiny nicks to spines, an excellent set. With black and white illustrations. A handsomely bound and illustrated set of Austen's novels.

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        Annales de Chimie et de Physique. Huitième Série. Tome premier (1904) - Tome trentième (1913). Band 1-30 zuzüglich eines Registerbandes (= 31 Bände, alles erschienene, komplett). Erstausgaben.

      Masson et Cie. Editeurs de l'Académie de Médecine 1904-1913, Paris - 28 klammergeheftete Halbledereinbände und drei klammergeheftete Halbleineneinbände mit Leder-/ Leinenecken, goldener Rückenbeschriftung und teilweise mit Schmuckvorsätzen. Ein Teil der Bände hat dreiseitigen Sprengschnitt, ein Teil dreiseitig marmorierte Buchschnitte, die übrigen Bände ohne Schnittschmuck. Mit Illustrationen im Text und fünf Tafeln. Die Einbände der achten (und letzten) Serie unter diesem Titel (ab 1914 erschienen die Chemie- und Physikteile als eigenständige, voneinander getrennte Fachzeitschriften)durchweg mit deutlichen Gebrauchsspuren. Die buchbinderische Verarbeitung und Materialwahl schlechter als bei den vorangegangenen Serien. Alle Bände mit (teils deutlichen) Bereibungen bzw. teilweise nahezu gänzlich abgeriebenen Rückenoberledern, sowie mit Einrissen an den Falzen in verschiedenen Graden, teilweise Rückenfehlstellen, der Rücken des 5. Bandes komplett restauriert, drei Bände später in kaschierte Leinwand nachgebunden, das Papier allg. altersgemäß nachgedunkelt, einzelne lose Seiten in wenigen Bänden (nach Kollation keine fehlenden Seiten, alles komplett vorhanden), einzelne Bleistiftanstreichungen im Text, wenige Seiten mit Knick oder Fleck oder Randeinriss (eínzelne Seitenränder vom Buchbinder restauriert), nahezu alle Bände mit Bibliotheksstempel auf Vortitel- oder Titelblättern, wenige mit Stempel des Buchschnitts bzw. Hinterdeckels, im Inneren mit einigen Abstrichen durchweg guter Erhaltungszustand, der Zustand der Einbände reicht von gut bis ausreichend. In dieser Vollständigkeit äusserst selten. Die Annales de Chimie et de Physique ist eine naturwissenschaftliche Zeitschrift, die in Paris im Jahre 1789 unter ihrem ursprünlichen dem Titel Annales de Chimie gegründet wurde. Einer der frühen Editoren war der französische Chemiker Antoine Laurent de Lavoisier (1743&#150;1794). (wikipedia) In französischer Sprache. 17655 pages. 8° [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Complete Works of Count Tolstoy Volumes 1-24

      London: J. M. Dent & Co., 1904. All volumes: Hard cover slightly worn, rubbed on edges and some boards; Uneven page block. Contents sound and bright and tight throughout. Each volume has a plastic jacket for protection. . First Edition. hardcover. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. Used.

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        A Farm in Fairyland [Presentation Copy]

      Dodd, Mead and Company, New York 1904 - Original beige cloth with superb illustration on cover stamped in black with the pool filled in gilt, spine stamped in gilt. Inscribed by Eugene Field to the famous Chicago publisher Irving Way (Way and Williams) on front free fly: "To Master Irving Way, from Santa Claus, Dec. 1894." Twelve superb full-page plates by Laurence Housman. Covers slightly browtoned on spine, smudge on back, else very good or better. First American edition, using sheets from English edition. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        From England to the Antipodes & India: &#150; 1846 to 1902, with startling revelations, or 56 years of my life in the Indian Mutiny, Police & Jails.

      Madras: printed at the A. L. V. Press, 1904 - An extremely readable and amusing account of a long and varied career "with never a furlough to Europe, nor a residence in a hill station, a record which I do not think has ever been beaten in India." Having enlisted in the 46th Regiment of Foot, the author embarked in 1847 as a guard on a convict ship bound for Hobart, Tasmania. In 1849 his regiment was posted to Calcutta and for the next 48 years he moved frequently around north and south India. Tyrell's account is full of fascinating detail: at Kanpur "The guavas especially were the largest and finest I had ever seen, and could be obtained for an anna a dozen"; at Kalpi "At the back of the camp was a nullah in which half the men had bathed, and curious to relate scores of fish floated up dead afterwards"; at Saugor "The Brigadier used to carry 25 cigars on his person before starting on each day's march, and would never think that a proper day's march had been done until all the cigars were finished". The author took a gruesome interest in executions, several of which he describes: "The total cost of an execution to Government in the Salem Central Jail was Rs. 2 for the hangman, besides the value of the rope, and a piece of jail wove cloth made into a cap to cover the condemned man's face." COPAC records one copy only, at the British Library, of an edition printed at Madras by Thompson & Co. in 1902. Tyrell also provides an account of his service on the convict vessel "Marion" from Chatham to Van Dieman's Land in 1847 (pp.8-14). Bound in recent half calf. With last leaf misbound between pp. 336-7.

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        The Works of Mr. Francis Rabelais Doctor in Physick Containing Five Books of the Lives, Heroick Deeds & Sayings of Gargantua and His Sonne Pantagruel Illustrated by W. Heath Robinson. Complete in 2 volumes

      London: Grant Richards, 1904. First edition thus.. Hardback. 4to. (11.25 x 8.75 inches). Volume I: pp.xlii, (1, blank), (1, illustration), 377, (1, blank). Volume II: pp.xliv, 350, (2, blank). b/w photogravure frontispiece to each volume, with tissue guard. to volume II only. Volume I: 55 full-page illusts, 59 grotesque heads, and 26 vignettes. Volume II: 43 full-page illusts, 35 grotesque heads, and 34 vignettes. Half-titles, and titles pages in red and black. Original white buckram pictorially stamped and lettered in gilt to upper cover and spine. Top edge gilt; others uncut. Pictorial endpapers printed in red. Cloth soiled, with marks. Front inner hinges pulled to both volumes, and rear inner hinge pulled to volume I. Owner's name in ink to t.p. to volume I and half-title page to volume II. Pictorial endpapers browned. Foxing to prelims and extrems. Light scattered spotting and foxing throughout. A Very Good set. Heavy books, requiring eye-watering and prohibitive amounts of extra postage overseas. Courier in UK. We reduce the default shipping charge for lighter books or use it for a tracked service if books are expensive or uncommon. We pack books securely in boxes, or corrugated card or cardboard, and protect corners with bubble-wrap.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Leipzig, 6. X. 1904.. 2½ SS. auf Doppelblatt. 8vo.. Wohl an einen Redakteur des "Kunstwart": "Gestatten Sie mir, daß ich mir erlaube, Ihnen eine Separatausgabe meiner unlängst in den 'Signalen' erschienenen, größeren Studie 'Die deutsche musikalische Renaissancebewegung des 19 Jhs.' zur gefl. Prüfung und Besprechung im KW ergebenst vorzulegen [...]". - Der Sohn des Komponisten Rudolph Niemann studierte in Leipzig Komposition bei Humperdinck und Reinecke und Musikwissenschaft bei Hugo Riemann. Nach seiner Promotion zunächst als Musikschriftsteller tätig, verfaßte er u. a. Biographien von Brahms und Sibelius und arbeitete als Musikkritiker für Leipziger Zeitungen. Später widmete er sich zunehmend - ab 1917 nahezu ausschließlich - der Komposition, wirkte aber auch als Pianist. - Mit schwarzem Trauerrand.

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