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      New York, ca. 1910. Collection of 13 chromolithographs each signed Denton in the plate. Sheet: 8 x 11 inches. Weak-Fish, Calico Bass, Bullhead, Canadian Red Trout, Pickerel, Scup; Porgy, Small mouthed Black Bass, Perch, Atlantic Salmon, Mascalonge, Sea Bass, Pike, Land Locked Salmon. Few with marginal tears and light stains.

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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      Unpaged. (24) pages. Illustrated with 11 colour plates of which one is double-page. Original pictorial wrappers over plain boards. First edition.A very good copy. By far the most difficult of all Ainslie's titles to find, and a rare venture into feminism and politics for a children's book.

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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        The Sleeping Beauty and other Fairy Tales

      London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1910. First Trade Edition. Hard Cover. vg. Quarto. ((11" x 9") 129pp Eleaborate gilt lettering and design to cover and spine. Thirty mounted color illustrations with tissue guards by Edmund Dulac .Frontispiece has a corner vertical crease. Bookplate of former owner. There is a seven inch split in gutter of front endpaper. Some light taning to back endpapers. Bottom corners light bumped. A very nice copy of one of Dulac's best works.

      [Bookseller: Midway Used and Rare Books]
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      N.P.: Privately bound by a former owner, n.d. (ca 1920)., 1910. First edition. First edition. Two-tone full leather, n. p. (approximately 300 pp.), double column, illustrated, many in color. 8vo. This is a most unusual book as someone has compiled from many magazine publications, articles written by and illustrations by Howard Pyle. Articles have been taken from THE CENTURY MAGAZINE, HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, and SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE. The date of each entry range from May 1876 through November 1907, with assorted dates in between. An interesting and varied collection of the writings and illustrations of Howard Pyle. Lightly rubbed at the spine ends and covers lightly soiled else a very good, tight, clean copy of a unique item. Housed in a cloth slipcase.

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS]
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        Six volumes from The Sacred Books of the Buddhists series including: Dialogues of the Buddha in 3 volumes; Further Dialogues of the Buddha in 2 volumes; plus,The Minor Anthologies of the Pali Cannon, Part II: Udana: Verses of Uplift and Itivuttaka: As It Was Said.

      London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, Various dates 1910-1935. Hard Cover. Very Good condition. Volumes II through IV are parts 1, 2, and 3 of The Dialogues. Vols. V & VI are parts 1 & 2 of Further Dialogues. Dark brown cloth spines, paper spine labels; over red cloth. Rubbing to cloth at edges & corners; occasional scuffs & superficial scrapes; spine labels with moderate tanning and some additions in pen on paper spine labels "Digha Nikaya" for the Dialogues and "Majjima Nikaya" for Further Dialogues; also the 'parts' noted in pen on title pages under volume number on vols. II, V, and VI.; bookplates on front pastedowns all volumes. Otherwise generally all very solid bindings, interiors fresh.

      [Bookseller: G. F. Wilkinson Books, member IOBA]
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        Scarce Signed Photograph

      1910 - 9.75 x 7.25 inches, heavy stock deckle-edged black-and-white portrait, no place, no date, circa 1910, signed "S. Baruch" -- a distinguished shoulder-up image with his trademark small rimmed glasses and Van Dyke beard. Outstanding contrast as Baruch has signed on the white border below his image. Near fine condition. Jewish physician and pioneer of hydrotherapy in the United States but best known as the father of financier Bernard Baruch. He began his career as a surgeon in the Confederate Army, twice being captured by Union troops. After the battle of Gettysburg, upon General Lee's retreat, he was ordered to stay behind to care for some 225 seriously wounded Southern soldiers. His legacy lives on with a Medical School in North Carolina and a Public School in New York City named after him. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Autograph Manuscript, signed ("Chas. Follen Adams") and dated ("April 1, 1910") of 8 lines from his poem "Leedle Yawcob Strauss"

      Roxbury, Bosston, Mass, 1910. One page, in ink. 8vo. Fine. One page, in ink. 8vo. German Immigrant Dialect Poem. After his service in the Civi War, Charles Follens Adams (1842 -1918) began writing humorous verse for magazines and periodicals. His "Leedle Yawcob Strauss" was written in 1876, and first published in book form in LEEDLE YAWCOB STRAUSS, AND OTHER POEMS in 1877. It was a popular favorite in the burgeoning tradition of dialect humor, and the pre-eminent example of that genre in the dialect of German immigrants.A rarely seen autograph transcription.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
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        Totemism and Exogamy; A Treatise on Certain Early Forms of Superstition and Society / in four volumes

      London: Macmillan and Co. Limited, 1910. First Edition. Cloth. Near Fine/None. Maps. 4 volumes, Royal 8vos (9" x 6 1/4"), dark green original publisher's cloth with gold stamping on spine (faded), a few scattered tables plus 8 full-color folding maps in Vol. IV; Vol. I: xix + 579pp.; Vol. II: vii + 640pp.; Vol. III: vii + 583pp.; Vol. IV: [vi] + 379pp., or 2,181 numbered principal pages. The brilliant and highly accomplished Scottish-born author, later "Sir" James George Frazer (1854-1941; knighted in 1914)--more famous for The Golden Bough--wrote in these volumes the first comprehensive study of totemism and its relationship to exogamy. Several of his articles here collected originally appeared in The Fortnightly Review. Frazer defined totemism as "an intimate relation which is supposed to exist between a group of kindred people on the one side and a species of natural or artificial objects on the other side, which objects are called the totem of the human should be added that the species of things which constitutes a totem is far oftener natural than artificial, and that amongst the natural species which are reckoned totems the great majority are either animals or plants." Furthermore, "We must constantly bear in mind that totemism is not a consistent philosophical system...." (Vol. IV: Summary and Conclusion, pp.3-4). Normally, an individual bears a relationship of "friendship and kinship" to his totem. Thus, "totemism is an identification of a man with his totem, whether his totem be an animal, a plant, or what not" (p.5). Nor did Frazer conclude that the totem a "god," but rather something given great reverence and respect. In this, he was challenged by Solomon Reinach, who found that totemism had a significant shaping influence on religion (see Orpheus). Similarly, Andrew Lang, the great Victorian folklorist, had issues over totemism's apparent lack of influence on early Semitic and Greek religion, though he found traces of it in Minoan beliefs that may have influenced the religion of ancient Greece. Psychoanalytic anthropologists have also posited relationships between "spirit children" and the spirit world that underlies many totemic practices and the "soul." Concerning "exogamy," or out-breeding from one's close biological and social kin, Frazer found that it was originally a social institution separate from totemism whose ultimate origin was unknown. But that it evolved to prevent marriages between near relations. Exogamy served to circumvent and avoid the [near] universal "incest taboo." So, too, kinship exogamy tended to become local exogamy. His and other studies, thus contributed significantly to a long-lasting flurry of kinship studies by anthropologists and sociologists, which--from my perspective--appear to have fizzled out with magnificent charts of marital and kinship relationships--among them, Claude Levi-Strauss and "structuralism"--but without adequate generalizations, repeatability, or verifiability. Be the above and subsequent challenges as they may, Frazer's pioneering and enormous work on the subjects of totemism and exogamy was magnificently compiled and indexed from missionary and scientifc studies conducted on all continents and many archipelagoes. For all its length and detail, Frazer also wrote with great clarity. Accordingly, his magisterial study had a huge impact on subsequent anthropological and sociological thinking. Overall, this is a FINE/NF set worthy of inclusion in the finest libraries. All folding maps are present and without flaws. All four volumes are tight with clean pages (very few have been opened a bit roughly so their edges are roughened but straight). All volumes have seriously faded gilt lettering on their spines; most have a few small bubbles beneath their cloth; and most have corners that are lightly bruised or a trifle bent. Vol. I has a bit of soil; a bump or two at the corners; a 3/8" minor tear of cloth at the upper joint of the spine. Vol. III has rubbing along the upper joint and a light scuff at mid-spine. Vol. IV has a couple of light scuff marks on the spine. This set is NOT ex-library. Its hinges, joints, and text blocs are sound. Volume I deals with Australian Aboriginal Totemism. Volume II covers the Torres Straits, New Guinea, Melanesia, Polynesia, India, & Africa. Volume III surveys Indians in the United States, Canada, and South America. Volume IV contains his "Summary and Conclusion" with a detailed Index and the folding maps. We do not include Totemica, a 5th volume that appeared later in 1937.

      [Bookseller: Borg Antiquarian]
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        Plakat - Hero - Patatli. Offset.

      128 x 90,5 cm, Zustand A Der Schriftzug des Hero-Signets stammt vermutlich von Wilhelm Kienzle (um 1910). Die eigenwillige Ausbildung des "r" lässt an eine geöffnete Konservedose denken.

      [Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej]
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        Die Fläche II, 25 Plakatentwürfe aus der Schule von Bertold Löffler, 1 -16.

      Wien, Anton Schroll, 1910. - circa 31 x 20,4 cm. 16 farblithographierte Tafeln in 4 Leporellos Ungebundene Bögen Die Tafeln 1-16 der seltenen von Bertold Löffler 1910 veranstalteten Folge. Ein erster Band mit Entwürfen für verschiedene Dinge war bereits 1903-1904 erschienen, dieser zweite zeigt ausschliesslich Plakate von: Wenzel Oswald, Gustav Marisch, Wenzel Oswald, Moriz Jung, F. K. Delavilla, A. Leupold von Löwenthal, Urban Janke, Karl Schwetz, Josef von Diveky, Vally Petter und Berta Kiesewetter. - Hier vorhanden die ersten 4 Leporello-Bögen mit je 4 Lithos. "- Geringfügig gebräunt, nur vereinzelt leicht stockig, sonst gut erhalten und in frischen Farben.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek]
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        Howards End.

      New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, The Knickerbocker Press, 1910. 8vo, original maroon cloth, gilt lettering. Five pages of publisher's terminal advertisements. The scarce first edition of the first novel by Forster to be published in the U.S. From the inventory of Burton Weiss, Bookseller. Fine copy.

      [Bookseller: Brick Row Book Shop]
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        Literarisches und künstlerisches Miturheberrecht. Inaugural-Dissertation zur Erlangung der Doktorwürde bei der juristischen Fakultät der Universität Leipzig. Eingereicht von Lothar Schreyer, stud. jur. aus Blasewitz bei Dresden.

      Erste Ausgabe. - Mit dieser Dissertation promovierte Lothar Schreyer 1910 in den Rechtswissenschaften. - Schreyer (1886-1966) war von 1916 bis 1928 Schriftleiter von Herwarth Waldens expressionistischer Zeitschrift ?Der Sturm? und Leiter der 1918 gegründeten Sturm-Bühne. Ab 1921 leitete er für zwei Jahre die Bühnenwerkstatt am Bauhaus in Weimar. - Titelseite mit Besitzvermerk von Alf Schreier [d.i. der Sohn von Lothar Schreyer]. - Gut erhaltenes Exemplar.

      [Bookseller: Rotes Antiquariat]
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        Atlas Géographique.

      Paris: Logerot, Pauly, and others, circa 1910. Six map puzzles, each measuring 330 x 240 mm., housed in the original colour printed card case. Geographical jigsaw puzzle set comprising six maps mounted and cut into parts corresponding to the colonial dominions of major European powers. This division of the world reflecting European territorial aspirations exemplifies the mood of the first decade of the twentieth century (a rivalry that, in good part, ultimately precipitated the outbreak of the First World War). Accordingly, this puzzle set has an interesting social history dimension as it tangibly demonstrates the overlap between colonialism and early childhood education.The map of Australasia and the Pacific is captioned Océanie dressée par M. Mrs. R. Cortambert et A. Vuillemin, and bears the imprint 'Logerot éditeur Quai des Augustins, 55'. It is a later printing of an engraved map of the same title published by Hachette in 1852. This lithographed version was prepared circa 1880, and includes a colour key dividing South-east Asia and the Pacific into the respective colonial dominions of England, France, Spain, the United States, Holland and Portugal. As depicted the Australian continent includes good detail of inland geographical features such as Mt. Stuart and Lake Eyre, and the Hammersley Ranges in Western Australia.The other five maps in the series are later publications, printed circa 1910, and are contemporaneous with the striking presentation case. They include a double hemisphere world map and the remaining four continents of Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas. The front board of the presentation case is itself a fine example of period design, with five beauties respectively symbolising each continent amidst a cornucopia of regionally specific natural products and commodities. The borders are ornamented with fauna of each of the continents and Australian animals include the kangaroo, emu, lyrebird, wombat, possum, thylacine and a gang of cockatoos. A little wear to extremities of the card case, puzzles in excellent condition.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House]
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        Milton Bradley: A successful man. A brief sketch of his career and the growth of the institution which he founded

      Springfield: J. F. Tapley Co. 1910 - *Price HAS BEEN reduced until Monday, May 1 as part of our April ABEBOOKS SALE* viii, 89 pp., frontis., plates; original full brown suede in the style of the Roycrofters, t.e.g.; spine slightly chipped at the head, margins of covers browned, else near very good. Photos available upon request.

      [Bookseller: Zubal-Books]
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      [Yellowstone Park, Alaska, Vancouver, and other places], 1910. [77]pp., with approximately 260 mounted photographs, mostly silver gelatin prints measuring 3 x 4 inches, but with some larger format photographs measuring approximately 6 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches, five printed in color. Oblong folio leatherette album, gilt title on front cover, remnants of custom paper label on spine. Minor edge wear. Some silvering to the edges of some photographs, and minor fading to some annotations. Overall very good. A fantastic and absorbing vernacular photographic record from Margaret A. Shepard of Brookline, Ma., with her contemporary annotations, of a trip she took to the western United States, Alaska, and Canada in the summer of 1910. A faint manuscript title on the inside front cover reads, "My trip to the - Great Lakes, Yellowstone Park, Alaska, Canadian Rockies July 8th '10 - Aug. 17th '10 Margaret A. Shepard, 205 Garden Rd., Brookline Mass." A significant amount of the album is comprised of photographs of Yellowstone Park, with numerous landscape shots depicting the majesty of the surroundings. Shepard visited Jupiter Terrace, Swan Lake, the Upper Geyser Basin (where she apparently stayed at the Old Faithful Inn and saw numerous geysers, including Old Faithful, Pearl, Riverside, and Devil's Kitchen), Yellowstone Lake, and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, all of which are featured in the album and annotated in her handwriting. The larger photographs of geysers, including Old Faithful, Great Fountain Geyser, and Grotto Geyser are possibly professional prints she bought in the park; the larger color photographs are certainly souvenir prints, and copyrighted between 1902 and 1906. From Yellowstone, Shepard traveled to Victoria, Vancouver Island, where she takes a steamer to Killisnoo, Alaska. Shepard includes numerous shots of the Killisnoo community, including a dozen photographs of the native Tlingit people. She then moves to Sitka (where she photographs a number of totem poles), Glacier Bay, Skagway (where someone from her party bottle-feeds a bear cub), White Pass (where she and her party move past a mining camp), the Treadwell Gold Mine, Juneau, Wrangell, and Metlakatla, before heading back to Vancouver. In Vancouver, the group visits the giant trees in Stanley Park and stays at Glencoe Lodge before moving inland to the Canadian Rockies. They stop first at Sicamous Junction, then proceed to Lake Louise (where Shepard includes a few more images of indigenous peoples) and Illegillewaet Valley, where the album concludes. Accompanying the album is a pair of child's mucklucks, soft boots traditionally made of reindeer or seal skin and worn by the indigenous peoples of the Arctic region. A handwritten label tucked inside one of the boots reads, "Mucklucks made by an Aleute Indian woman at Unalaska Alaska." A compelling collection of photographs from a Massachusetts woman traveling the great white north in the early 20th century, with a keen eye for landscape and composition in her images.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Adolf Hirémy-Hirschl: Der Ponte dei Quattro Capi in Rom (Originalzeichnung)

      1910 - Farbkreiden auf rötlichem Papier 28 x 23 cm Rechts unten monogrammiert Provenienz: Nachlass des Künstlers Der Ponte dei Quattro Capi ist die älteste noch im Ursprungszustand erhaltene Brücke in Rom. Sie wurde 62 v. Chr. von dem Curator für die Straßen Lucius Fabricius errichtet und verbindet als Gegenstück zum Ponte Cestio die Tiberinsel mit dem linken Flussufer des Tiber. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Kunkel Fine Art]
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        Die Organisierung der Intelligenz. Ein Aufruf. Zweite, erweiterte Auflage. Als Manuskript gedruckt

      [Prague]: Druk H. Mercy, 1910. 8vo,107 pp, stab-stapled and glue bound into violet printed wraps. Front and back panels of wraps detached but present, with the paper covering the spine mostly perished. Marginal annotations in pencil throughout. The second edition of this privately published and circulated utopian proposal to create an organized intelligentsia and foster human creativity against capitalism. Published around Whitsun in Prague, it includes reactions from readers who had received the first version of the text. A third, publicly published edition would follow later this same year. The work was written by Viktor Hueber, a former Austrian captain who became a member of the circle which published the short-lived magazine Der Anfang, in which Benjamin published his first poems and essays. Hueber was later associated with Franz Pfemfert's better known periodical Die Aktion, and early issues of the magazine bore the subtitle "Publikationsorgan der Organization der Intelligenz", a reference to this work, though subsequent efforts to create an actual organization based on the book's principles failed due to infighting [Portner, p. 140]. Benjamin discusses the book in a September 15, 1913 letter to Carla Seligsohn, the first person he'd met who had also read the book. "Those of us who understand Hueber feel our youth complete only in the presence of his ideas- the others, who feel noth- ing, are not young. They have simply never been young. They took pleasure in their youth only when it was over, just a memory. They did not know the great joy of its presence, which we are now feeling and which I sense in your words ... But in every individual who is born, no matter where, and turns out to be young, there is, not 'improvement,' but perfection from the very start. This is the goal that Heuber so messianically feels is near ... " McCole, analyzing this same letter, notes that this appears to be Benjamin's first use of the term "Messianic" in his writings [McCole, p. 61]. The idea would haunt Benjamin's subsequent works on history, and reach its conclusion in the second thesis in On the Concept of History, written just before his march into the mountains. "The past carries with it a secret index, by which it is referred to its resurrection. There is an agreement and an appointment between us and the generations of the past. For we have been expected upon this earth. Like the generations before us, we have been given a weak messianic power, which the past can lay claim to. This claim is not to be settled lightly. The historical materialist knows why." Rare. OCLC locates only two holdings, and none in North America. The preceding edition is not located in OCLC.

      [Bookseller: Division Leap, ABAA]
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        Montage photograph of Rupert Brooke

      , 1910. 1910. Vintage gelatin silver print photo montage, mounted to card embossed "J. Palmer Clarke, Cambridge," and signed in pencil beneath image ("J. Palmer Clarke"), docketed on verso, "Mr. [Francis] Cornford, Conduit Head, Madingly Road, Cambridge". 4 x 5-3/4 in. Creasing to mount, image fine. Vintage gelatin silver print photo montage, mounted to card embossed "J. Palmer Clarke, Cambridge," and signed in pencil beneath image ("J. Palmer Clarke"), docketed on verso, "Mr. [Francis] Cornford, Conduit Head, Madingly Road, Cambridge". 4 x 5-3/4 in. A ?previously unknown photo-montage of Rupert Brooke. Provenance: Francis Cornford, husband of poet Frances Cornford (née Darwin), granddaughter of Charles Darwin (docketed on verso of mount)

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      - 1910 Mercy Sohn, Prag XVIII+493 p. + 4 lam. 22x15 cm. Enc. tela. Algo fatigado. Sin portada. Para ver o recibir fotografías de los libros puede ir a nuestra web. (Illes Balears, Mallorca, Ses illes) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Costa LLibreter]
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        Paglualoan a inurnos ket inadaw iti Oficio divino ni S. A. F.

      Imprenta "Lawag", Manila 1910 - 16mo, 5.75" x 4"; pp. [2], [i-ii], iii-viii, [1], 6-30; 2 illustrations, original green printed wrappers; wrappers faded, with shallow chips at edges, spine partially perished, IFI stamp on first page. An Ayer Linguistics duplicate, with their release stamp on final page. The Iglesia Filipina Independiente, or Philippine Independent Church, is an Episcopal denomination that was founded in response to the poor treatment received by native Filipinos from Spanish priests. Only the Newberry copy in OCLC of which this is a duplicate. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB)]
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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1910 - 1910 Original Hardback Wisden, Very Good.

      1910. This lot is an 1910 Original Hardback Wisden. 13th Hardback! In Very Good+ Condition. This book is excellent, very bright original gilt on clean boards, internally wonderful , the only thing to note are to light stamps to the first 2 yellow pages and title page but otherwise one of the nicest 1910s there is. Great photoplate.

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        Le Péril Jaune.

      1910 - Tapuscrit, (1910), in-8, portefeuille en cuir havane relié par un cordon, titre contrecollé. Tapuscrit d'une pièce de théâtre, en trois actes, retraçant la fin d'un conflit supposé entre les français et les Chinois, agrémenté d'un chassé-croisé. Le Péril jaune désigne le danger que représentait le peuple asiatique qui menaçait la suprématie occiendentale. Trois gouaches originales à peine plage illustrent cette pièce. Restaurations, couverture remontée, usures et plis. Livres

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        The Count of Monte Cristo Volume 1-2

      THOMAS NELSON AND SONS, NEW YORK 1910 - The Count of Monte Cristo Volume 1 The Chateau D'If and The Count of Monte Cristo Volume 2 The Return. Boxed Freen Patte Leather. Gold gilt on spine. General wear and rubbed cover. Small chipped along the edges. Tight binding . No bookplate. Yellow ribbon for bookmark. Volume 1 boxed is chipped along the edges. Volume 2 is crack box. DATE PUBLISHED: 1910 EDITION: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Vent des vaisseaux

      Paris: Sansot (1910) 103pp - Paris: Sansot (1910) 103pp. A collection of twenty-four poems by the lesbian poet, published the year after her death. Vivien is perhaps best known for her tortured relationships with Natalie Barney and the Baroness Hélène van Zuylen and her drug addictions. One of fifty numbered copies (#22) printed on Japon. Very good in decorative wrappers.(Goujon, 43; Bac, p. 161). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Elysium Books]
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        Forse che si forse que no

      Calmann-Lévy 1910 - - Calmann-Lévy, Paris 1910, 12x19cm, relié. - Edition originale, sur papier courant, de la traduction française. Reliure en demi chagrin marron, dos lisse légèrement décoloré orné d'un cartouche doré agrémenté de fleurons à froid et froid, petites traces de frottements sur les mors, plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, tête dorée, ex-libris macabre encollé au verso du premier plat de reliure, reliure de l'époque. Envoi autographe signé de l'auteur à G(aston) de Pawlowski daté du solsrice d'été de 1910. Petites rousseurs sur les gardes. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Edition on current paper, the French translation. Binding half brown shagreen, slightly discolored flat spine with a gold cartridge embellished with cold and cold florets, small traces of friction on the joints, marbled paper boards, guards and contreplats paper to the vessel, gilt, ex -libris macabre pasted on the back of the first flat binding, contemporary binding. Signed autograph of the author to G (aston) Pawlowski of solsrice dated summer 1910. Small foxing on the guards. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Charles & Cie Fourrures Pelleteries 6, Avenue de la Toison-D'Or Bruxelles

      Brussels. Paper folder. Very Good Plus. N.d., circa 1910. 36 by 22 cm. Folio of eight pochoir illustrations, all depicting elegantly appointed women decked in furs. The women are all on the move or active in some way -- these are illustrations meant to show how the garments work in their lifestyle. There is nothing static about the pictures. They bring to mind the breezy boulevard depictions of artists such as Sem, with the difference that these portraits aren't caricatures. The fashions hark from a period in which beauty and elegance was the hallmark of high fashion while some of the shackles imposed by fashion were being loosened -- women could go out in the world on their own to a degree seldom the case a generation earlier. Jean Droit was a French and Belgian artist and writer who excelled at book illustration. He is better known for his depictions of wartime and warfare, and he incidentally played an instrumental role in the scouting movement. This collection, produced early in his prolific career, is scarce -- we have been able to locate no other copies -- and each of the plates would be very appealing matted, framed and hung on a wall.

      [Bookseller: White Fox Rare Books and Antiques]
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        Adolf Hirémy-Hirschl: Der Tritonenbrunnen an der Piazza Anastasia in Rom (Originalzeichnung)

      1910 - Weiße, grüne und braune Kreide auf rötlichem Papier 20 x 28 cm Rechts unten monogrammiert Provenienz: Nachlass des Künstlers Privatsammlung [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Trails in Shadow Land: Stories of a Detective

      (Columbus, Ohio: Hann & Adair Printing. 1910). First. First edition. Octavo. 298pp. Illustrated with black and white plates. Very good with a lightly faded spine, wear on the extremities, and front hinge cracked. Famed Detective Nick Harris' copy with his ownership signature in pencil on the front fly and a presentation Inscription to Harris from the subject of the book, Thomas E. Foster; "I present this book to my good friend Detective Nick Harris with my compliments and best wishes. Respectfully, Thomas E. Foster."Thomas E. Foster, "The Buckeye Detective," was a private detective who was enlisted by the Columbus, Ohio Police Department. Shaw wrote Trails in Shadow Land as a chronicle of Foster's most intriguing cases.Nicholas B. Harris,1882-1943, investigative reporter turned police detective, is considered a legend within the private investigation world. Originally a reporter for the LA Times he was asked to join the Los Angeles County Police Department by the then captain, A.J. Bradish. In 1906 he founded Nick Harris Detectives followed shortly thereafter by the Nick Harris Professional Detective School. His exploits were so popular that from 1934 to 1940 a radio program produced stories based on his cases sometimes referred to as Nick Harris Detective or Why Crime Doesn't Pay, which was as popular as Sherlock Holmes at the time. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Book of Betty Barber

      First Edition in book form Published originally in Little Folks magazine in 1901 small 4to Fine individual binding in red pigskin gilt with raised bands gold rules and fleurets Coloured plate on front board 12 fullpage black and white illustrations by Rackam Frontis and five other plates by him coloured by Harry Rountree Top edge gilt Contents VG Binding Fine The story contains clear influences of Lewis Carroll's Alice

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        Document Signed, 2 pp on one folio sheet titled, "Assignment of Life Insurance Policy as Collateral," Hollywood, January 29, 1945

      Using his birth name, William Henry Pratt, Karloff assigns his life insurance policy as collateral. "For Value Received the undersigned hereby assign, transfer and set over to Citizens National Trust & Savings in Hollywood, 2g California...." "William Henry Pratt (known as Boris Karloff) of Beverly Hills, California...agrees to the conditions and revisions herein set forth...." On the lower portion of the page after all terms are articulated, Karloff signs, "William Henry Pratt. Known as Boris Karloff," above the words identifying "Insured or Owner." Karloff emigrated to Canada in the early 1910's and began an acting career. It is at this time that Pratt became Boris Karloff though he never legally changed his name typically using the his stage and birth names in the manner found in or document. He was also a founding member of the Screen Actors Guild.

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        Typed Poem Signed

      1910. Signed. DUNBAR, Paul Laurence. Typed poem signed. No place, circa 1900. One sheet, 8-1/2 by 11 inches. $2600.Typed poem in dialect signed by Paul Laurence Dunbar. Apparently a printerÂ’s or publisherÂ’s copy.Frederick Douglass called Dunbar, the first African-American literary figure to achieve national prominence, “one of the sweetest songsters his race has produced and a man of whom I hope great things.” Dunbar was particularly noted for writing his poetry in both classical English and in African-American dialect. There are several autograph changes to the poem, likely written by Dunbar, and the word “accept” is written above the poem. The first of three stanzas of the poem reads: “FuÂ’ de peace oÂ’ my eachinÂ’ heels, set down, / donÂ’ fiddle dat chune no moÂ’. / DonÂ’ you see how dat melody stuhs me up? / AnÂ’ baigs me to tek to de floÂ’?/ You knows IÂ’s a Christian, good anÂ’ strong: / I wusship fÂ’om June to June; / My praÂ’ahs dey ah loud anÂ’ my hymns ah long; / I baig you donÂ’ fiddle dat chune.” The poem concludes with DunbarÂ’s signature. It appears this was a copy submitted to a publisher. Light rubbing with some loss to extremities of paper. One rub to poem. A wonderful, extremely good copy.

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        Autograph letter signed "E. Wolf-Ferrari."

      3 pp. of a bifolium. Octavo. Dated Venice, July 29, 1910, Tolentini 3536. On onionskin paper with blindstamp of a quill on paper to lower edges. In Italian (with translation). Wolf-Ferrari asks his correspondent to send him some scores as soon as possible so he can study them "lovingly" rather than superficially. "I had already sent my Venice address to Via dei Greci, Rome, and from there they had already answered me, telling me that they would have sent the scores just as soon as [Arturo] Toscanini had released them...The scores are really a lot. They should get to me right away so I can prepare with ease... I will need at least twenty days so that the examination would not be too superficial, but rather, loving." Creased at folds; short tear to central fold; last blank page slightly stained at lower right. Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari (1876-1948) was an Italian composer best known for his operas Cenerentola, Le donne curiose, and I Gioielli della Madonna, among others.The present letter may concern the score of I Gioielli, which premiered at the Berlin Kurfürstenoper on December 23, 1911.

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        The Intrusion of Jimmy

      Watt, 1910 First US edition, inscribed by Wodehouse upon publication. Very good in original decorated covers. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase.

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        The Emerald City of Oz.

      Chicago: Reilly & Britton, 1910. First edition, first state of the sixth Oz book, with 16 full-page color illustrations by John R. Neill. Octavo, original light blue cloth, illustrated with 16 color plates with metallic green ink and numerous black & white drawings by John R. Neill. Near fine in the rare original dust jacket with some light rubbing and wear. The last jacketed copy brought $15,600 at auction. Leaving their financial troubles behind, Dorothy Gale, Uncle Henry and Aunty Em move to Oz. As they tour the magical land on their way to the Emerald City, Dorothy and her family visit never-before seen strange and wonderful parts of Oz, including a city of paper dolls, a city of jigsaw people, and a city of bunnies. Meanwhile, the wicked Nome king plots to conquer Oz and enslave its people, and prepares to invade the Emerald City just as Dorothy and her family arrive. Baum intended to conclude his popular series with this volume. By the tale's end, the sorceress Glinda has made the fairyland invisible to the outside world, and Dorothy and her aunt and uncle, facing eviction from their Kansas farm, have settled in the Emerald City to stay. Baum's own bankruptcy the next year, however, would mean he "had no choice but to call once more upon the magic of Oz in an attempt to restore his fortunes" (Eyles, 48).

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        Plakat - Espagne Valence, Madrid, Barcelone. Semaine internationale des etudiants. Septembre 1937. Lithographie.

      100 x 68 cm, Zustand A (Faltspuren). José Bardasano (1910-1978), spanischer Grafiker der sich zeitlebens dem politischen Kampf gewidmet hat.

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        Dom zu Erfurt. Im Vordergrund reges Markttreiben auf dem Domplatz.

      Erfurt, Verlag Karl Villaret, () 1910 - Radierung, signiert. 59,5x70,5. Gerahmt (glanz gold altschwwarz, Mirogard). Leo Arndt* 1857 Eilenburg- ansässig in Bln. Graphiker, insbesondere Radierer u. Illustrator. Studierte auf den Akademien in Leipzig, Berlin, Karlsruhe. TB. II/126. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Altstadt Antiquariat Bode]
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        Trails in Shadow Land: Stories of a Detective

      (Columbus, Ohio: Hann & Adair Printing, 1910). (Columbus, Ohio: Hann & Adair Printing. 1910). First. First edition. Octavo. 298pp. Illustrated with black and white plates. Very good with a lightly faded spine, wear on the extremities, and front hinge cracked. Famed Detective Nick Harris' copy with his ownership signature in pencil on the front fly and a presentation Inscription to Harris from the subject of the book, Thomas E. Foster; "I present this book to my good friend Detective Nick Harris with my compliments and best wishes. Respectfully, Thomas E. Foster."Thomas E. Foster, "The Buckeye Detective," was a private detective who was enlisted by the Columbus, Ohio Police Department. Shaw wrote Trails in Shadow Land as a chronicle of Foster's most intriguing cases.Nicholas B. Harris,1882-1943, investigative reporter turned police detective, is considered a legend within the private investigation world. Originally a reporter for the LA Times he was asked to join the Los Angeles County Police Department by the then captain, A.J. Bradish. In 1906 he founded Nick Harris Detectives followed shortly thereafter by the Nick Harris Professional Detective School. His exploits were so popular that from 1934 to 1940 a radio program produced stories based on his cases sometimes referred to as Nick Harris Detective or Why Crime Doesn't Pay, which was as popular as Sherlock Holmes at the time. .

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        Photograph album of ephemera from the Japan-British Exhibition of 1910 & an English family's visit to Japan

      1910 - The photograph album of commemorating the Japan-British Exhibition of 1910, along with the family's photographs of a trip to Japan. The exhibition took place at White City, London in Great Britain from 14 May 1910 to 29 October 1910. It was the largest international exposition that the Empire of Japan had ever participated in and was driven by a desire of Japan to develop a more favorable public image in Great Britain. The album opens with a shipboard printed telegram, "The Tenyo Maru Wireless Telegram" dated May 8, 1910, announcing that King Edward had died on May 6th and the English were mourning and in a state of confusion. As such, the opening of the Anglo-Japanese Exhibition was "postponed for about one week. The banquet of Prince Asaka is also postponed." There follows a series of hand painted photographs approx. 6 x 2.5". There are colored postcards, art postcards, And a trip to Japan,3 watercolor views, a menu, autographs Approximately 30 b&w photographs of the family on their visit to Japan. The album also includes Invitations, 3 watercolor views, a menu, calling cards from Lady Semon and family, place cards for Mr. & Mrs. Rutherfurd (possibly the owners of the album). Mr. Rutherfurd is a massively tall and heavy fellow, especially alongside the Japanese. A letter from Harishin, collector of Fine Art Curios of Kobe, dated April 2nd, 1910, about lamps the gentleman liked. A large folding image & calligraphy on tissue with the original envelope at the back. Oblong 8vo, 25 card leaves with ephemera on both sides, made by F. H. Gilson Co., Boston. Leather a little rubbed at edges, string bound. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Men Vs. The Man: A Correspondence Between Robert Rives La Monte, Socialist, and H.L. Mencken, Individualist

      New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1910. First Edition. A collection of letters written between Mencken and his friend Robert Rives La Monte, who worked at the Baltimore News, as well as being an editor for the International Socialist Review. La Monte, who whole-heartedly believed in the promise of socialism, wrote six letters to his friend in an effort to convince him to reject his selfish ways and become a comrade in the revolution. Mencken, an avowed individualist, presents his fiery responses to La Monte's plea for total equality and universal brotherhood. Scarce in the trade, particularly in this condition. APG 011a. First Issue (per Ahearn), one of approximately 613 copies. Octavo; vertical-ribbed maroon cloth, with titles stamped in gilt on spine and front panel; 252pp, [10] ads. Some trivial rubbing to extremities, with light spotting to upper edge of text; Near Fine.

      [Bookseller: Lorne Bair Rare Books]
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