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        Summer residence of Harold McCormick at Lake Forest, Illinois, from the lake, 1907. Pl. LIX

      Berlin: Ernst Wasmuth, 1910. Original lithograph on 4-ply, wove, grey paper. 15.94 x 25.25" (40.5 x 64 cm). Artist's embossed stamp lower left. Archival mat and backing. Provenance: The Prairie Avenue Bookshop, Chicago. The Bookshop recently closed and Wittenborn Art Books has taken over the distribution of the Wasmuth plates.  Many of these were acquired from Wright's apprentices and bear the marginal water stains from the famous fire of 1914, which destroyed the architect's home and studio and most of the edition. Text and title in German/Deutsch. Finely toned and exhibits marginal staining; else VG/NF. Lake Forest, IL. Dover (LIX); Storrer (1993) 169 ref.; Hitchcock (1942) pl. 140; Brooks (1966) Fig. 30, As Seen from Lake Michigan; Florence Sketchbook, 1910 XXIII

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        Laudes Creaturarum. An unbound proof, dated 1910 [not 1911]

      Hammersmith: Doves Press, 1910. 8pp. 1 vols. Small 4to. Unbound. Fine. 8pp. 1 vols. Small 4to. An Early State of Laudes Creaturarum. With the date on the colophon as MDCCCCX, instead of 1911 as in the published version.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        War and the Arme Blanche.

      London: Edward Arnold,, 1910. With an introduction by the Right Hon. Field-Marshal Earl Roberts. Octavo. Original red cloth, spine lettered in gilt. Spine darkened, boards stained and discoloured, head of spine frayed. A good copy. First edition, first impression. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author to the politician and journalist Leo Amery on the verso of the front free endpaper: "To L. S. Amery, from Erskine Childers. April 10, 1910." Leo Amery was Childers's neighbour and editor of The Times's History of the War in South Africa, for which he persuaded Childers to prepare volume five. The two men were initially exponents of Imperial unity, though later in life they diverged ideologically. Childers became a fanatical supporter of the Irish Home Rule movement, while Amery supported the transfer of power in India and advanced national independence movements in Asia and Africa.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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