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        Legends of the Shawangunk (Shon-Gum) and Its Environs, Including Historical Sketches, Biographical Notices, and Thrilling Border Incidents and Adventures relating to those portions of the Counties of Orange, Ulster and Sullivan lying in the Shawangunk Region

      [Walden, N.Y.: Citizen Herald, 1912] - Early history and anecdotes of the Shawangunk Region in upstate New York, including bear hunting, panther hunting, conflicts with Tories, extensive encounters with Indians, and a section on the discovery of perfectly- preserved specimens of the mastodon in peat bogs. Smith was a New England local historian, producing such works as The Green Mountain Boys, or, Vermont and the New York Land Jobbers, History of Duchess County, and Acadia: A Lost Chapter in American History; his style is a lively one (NEW YORK STATE) First edition. 4to. Illustrated by numerous engravings and pen sketches by the author in the text. viii, 168 pp. Original green wrappers printed in gold. Slight marginal chipping, else fine in custom folding cloth case. From the library of Edward S. Litchfield, with his bookplate. Litchfield p. 57 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Monatsschrift des Bayerischen Vereins fŸr Volkskunst und Volkskunde (spŠter:des Bayerischen Landesvereins fŸr Heimatschutz / Verein fŸr Volkskunst und Volkskunde).

      1912-36, Mchn. 1912 - Jge. 10-32 in 69 H. Prause 82 u. 514 - Alles unter diesem Titel Erschienene - Abb. Nach R. Schiestl, der die UmschlŠge entworfen hat. Die Zeitschrift ist Nachfolgerin von "Volkskunst und Volkskunde"

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Schneider-Henn]
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        The Greenfield Papyrus in the British Museum. The Funerary Papyrus of Princess Nesitanebtashru, Daughter of Painetchem II and Nesi-Khensu, and Priestes of Amen-Ra at Thebes, about B.C. 970

      London: The British Museum, 1912 xxx + 99 pp + CXVI plates. Illustrated with plates and figures, in addition to the facsimile plates of the papyri. With signature and stamp of noted linguist,professor,novelist and early role-playing game creator M.A.R. Barker. Original red cloth covers with blind ruling to the covers, gilt to the spines. Normal wear, back joint starting to split at top of spine, 1/2" tear at spine tip. Interior has some minor foxing, paper creamy, Barker's marks at front end paper, hinges starting but still holding. Quite hard to find and spectacularly beautiful. "...a complete half-scale facsimile of the Greenfield Papyrus in the B.M. and a full description of its contents. This papyrus was one of a number found between 1871 and 1881 in the tomb of Der al-Bahari. It wasd presented in 1910 the the B.M. by Mrs. Mary Greenfield by whose huband it had been acquired. It is of unique importance for it is the longest of all the papyri of the Theban Recension of the Book of the Dead and it contains more Chapters, Hymns, Litanies, Adorations and Homages to the gods than any other known. When unrolled it was found to be hearly 123 feet long and 1 foot 6.5 inches high. It ws written for or by Princess Nesitanebtashru, the last of the great priestesses of the famous College of Amen-Rah.". 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

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        Leyes promulgadas en Chile 1810 - 1912

      Imp. Barcelona 1912 - Santiago, Imp. Barcelona, 1912-1913. Santiago, Litogr. i Encuadernación Barcelona, 1912-1913 Obra completa en 5 tomos en tapa dura. Tomo I: 784p Tomo II: 931p. Tomo III: 866p. Tomo IV: 818p. Tomo V: Indice Jeneral 1053p. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libros del Ayer]
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        Tennyson's Guinevere and Other Poems

      Blackie and Son 1912 - Original elaborate gold gilt decorated cream cloth. First Edition. 24 beautiful color plates mounted on heavy stock with lettered tissue guards. Light cover soil, foredges foxed; else near fine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The South Pole

      London: John Murray,, 1912. An account of the Norwegian expedition in the "Fram" 1910–1912. Translated from the Norwegian by A. G. Chater with maps and numerous illustrations. 2 volumes, octavo. Original burgundy cloth, gilt titles and Norwegian flag enamelled to spines, flags and gilt titles within red panel to upper boards, top edges gilt, others uncut. 158 photographic illustrations on 103 plates, numerous other illustration plans and charts, folding map at the rear of each volume. A little rubbed, the enamel slightly flaked on the spines, endpapers renewed, ownership inscription and ink-stamp to the front pastedowns, text very clean and bright, a very good set. First English edition, first impression, first published in Norwegian in the same year. "An account of Amundsen's legendary dash to the Pole, in which he gained priority over Robert Falcon Scott's British Expedition by a month … His success over Scott was due to highly disciplined dogsled teams, more accomplished skiers, a shorter distance to the Pole, better clothing and equipment, well-planned supply depots en route, including more nutritious food with plenty of B vitamins, fortunate weather, and a modicum of luck" (Books on Ice). The English edition contains 10 photographic plates not found in the Norwegian original.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens

      Published by Hodder & Stoughton [1912], London - , [12], 123 pages, [1], with 50 tipped in colour plates, black & white text illustrations throughout, said to be the best edition, illustrated endpapers Deluxe Edition , scuffed at tail of spine and lightly at lower edges of boards, some light spotd to binding, previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown, and owner's inscription on rear of frontispiece, very small chip at top edge of front free endpaper, plates clean and well preserved by tissue guards, text clean, book in good++ condition , full vellum with gilt titles and illustration to front and spine, top edge gilt Quarto Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Keoghs Books]
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        Berlins graphische Gelegenheitskunst. 2 Bände.

      Otto v. Holten, Berlin 1912 - Folio. Mit zahlr., meist montierten, teils farb. Abb. auf 50/61 Taf. u. im Text. Buchschmuck in Rot u. Schwarz. 2 w. Bl., 7 Bl., 199 S., 1 Bl.; 2 w. Bl., 5 Bl., 183 S., 1 Bl. OHpgt. m. goldgeprägt. Rückentitel. 2 unbeschnittene Büttenkanten. Eines von 350 numerierten Ex. des luxuriös gestalteten Werkes. - Bd. 1: Berliner Exlibris, Besuchskarten, Privatanzeigen, Glückwunschkarten, Notentitel, Reklamekunst in Vergangenheit und Gegenwart. Bd. 2: Berliner Festkarten in Vergangenheit und Gegenwart. Zusätzliches und Nachträgliches. Register. - Pergament gering fleckig, sonst sehr schöne, wohlerhaltene Bände. gr. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Düwal]
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        GLOSARIO DE VOCES DE ARMERIA

      Felipe Rodriguez, Madrid 1912 - Holandesa, nervios, guardas papel artistico. 883 págs, ejemplar muy limpio y excepcional. Obra rara en comercio.( Palau: 134.524 ) . [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Libros Madrid]
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        Cançoner Sagrat De Vides De Sants. (Segle XV). Publicat Per R. Foulché Delbosc y J. Massó Torrents

      Societat Catalana De Bibliófils, Barcelona 1912 - 371 págs. en buen papel de hilo. Estampado a dos tintas. Sumamente ilustrado con grabados encabezando cada cobla. Edición única numerada y nominada. Muy elegante encuadernación, conservando las cubiertas originales. Bellísimo libro. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BALAGUÉ LLIBRERÍA ANTIQUARIA]
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        Der Selbstmord eines Katers.

      München/Leipzig, Georg Müller, [1912]. - (4), 219, (3) SS. Originaler floraler Buntpapier-Pappband (von Grimm & Bleicher, München, mit Papier der Münchner Schule für Illustration und Buchgewerbe) mit Rückenschildchen. Dreiseitiger Rotschnitt. 8vo. Erste Ausgabe von Ehrensteins zweitem Werk. Widmungsexemplar für den Wiener Drucker Georg Jahoda (1863-1926), bei dem im Vorjahr Ehrensteins berühmter Erstling "Tubutsch" (mit Illustrationen Kokoschkas) erschienen war: "Herrn Georg Jahoda | in Dankbarkeit | Albert Ehrenstein. | Berlin, SW48. | 20. Mai 1912." - Einband etwas berieben, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen, Gelenke angeplatzt. Innen gelegentlich unbedeutende Randläsuren, sonst gut erhalten. Die Druckerei Jahoda & Siegel brachte auch Karl Kraus' "Fackel" und die meisten seiner sonstigen Werke auf Papier. Kraus hatte 1910 in der "Fackel" Ehrensteins erste Veröffentlichung ermöglicht, das Gedicht "Wanderers Lied", das den Expressionisten über Nacht bekannt machte. Direkt erworben von der Nichte der Johanna König-Jahoda, Tochter und zeitweilige Mitarbeiterin Georg Jahodas. WG 2. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        The Bells and other Poems / by Edgar Allan Poe. With Illustrations by Edmund Dulac. [Publisher's/Salesman's Dummy]

      London, New York, Toronto: Hodder and Stoughton, n.d. [1912] - . . . Scarce. . . . Publisher's/Salesman's Dummy for the First UK Trade Edition. . . . Demy quarto - about 11 x 8.75" (28.5 x 22cm). Bound in grey-green linen-textured cloth over boards - the upper board thick (as used in the trade edition) while the lower board is thin, almost limp. The upper board gilt-stamped as the trade edition with gilt lettering within a single gilt rule frame surrounded by a bell cluster pattern. The thin lower board gilt-stamped in a strip down the center with the trade edition's spine design with lettering in a frame near head and foot surrounded by a bell cluster pattern. The spine blank. Cream endpapers printed as the trade edition with the gilt bell cluster pattern. All edges trimmed. . . . The dummy is bound as the trade edition from the front endpapers through the end of the list of illustrations (6 leaves + frontispiece) then followed by 12 leaves with 4 interspersed plates, from three different sections of the trade edition: The Raven - last 4pp., To One in Paradise - complete 2pp. + plate, Lenore - first 2pp., The City in the Sea - complete 4pp. + plate, To F---- - complete 1pp., The Sleeper - first 3pp. + plate, Tamerlane - last 6pp. + plate, and The final leaf as the trade edition, blank except for the printing details recto center. The remainder of the text is not included in this dummy. . . . Printed by Henry Stone and Son, Ltd., Banbury. . . . Illustrated by Dulac with 5 color plates, including the frontispiece, (of the 28 eventually used in the trade edition) printed on glossy paper framed by thick and thin olive-green line borders and covered with descriptive tissue guards, a title page vignette portrait of Poe in black and tan, 2 black and tan headpieces (of the 10 eventually used in the trade edition), pictorial endpapers, and cover design. . . . Good Condition - the cover is somewhat rubbed and soiled, darkened toward edges, spine sun darkened and more rubbed, corners bumped and just starting to fray, head/foot of spine bumped, upper board a bit bowed (upward along top/bottom edges), free endpapers tanned, half-title page foxed, some light foxing to remainder of text block, frontispiece quite smudged along margins, a smudge or two to margins of each of the other plates, three tissue guards creased, cracked widely between gatherings but holding well, one plate darkened right along the top edge, one corner creased and the surrounding pages darkened just along that corner, an occasional smudge and small mark to the text. . . . Reference: Hughey 29a. . . . Additional photos available, please just ask. . . . [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        11 Offprints Richard B. Goldschmidt American geneticist

      various, 1912-1950. 12 original offprints in good to very good condition. First editions. Some have ownership marks of: Karl sax, E. M. East, Edmund B. Wilson, Sewall Wright's ownership signature, Franz Schrader ownership signature, and J. T. Baldwin Jr.. Titles included: Versuche zur Spermatogenese in Vitro (1917); Marginalia to McClintock's Work on Mutable Loci in Maize (1950); Mimetic Polymorphism, A Controversial Chapter of Darwinism (1945), Some Experiments on Spermatogenesis in Vitro (1915), Crossing Over Ohne Chiasmatypie? (1917), Die Spermatogeneses eines parthenogenetischen Frosches nebst Bemerkumgen zur Frage, welches Geschlecht bei den Amphibien das heterozygotische ist (1920) chipping to edge, Franz Schrader ownership signature; Die Merogonie der Oenotherabastarde und die doppeltreziproken Bastarde von de Vries (1912); Untersuchungen zur Genetik der geographischen Variation. VII (1933); Vererbung und Bestimmung Des Geschlechts 2. Die Zellulare Seite Des Problems (1912) dampstain and wave to margins; The Function of the Apyrene Spermatozoa (1916); Experimental Intersexuality and the Sex-Problem (1916) "was a German-born American geneticist. He is considered the first to integrate genetics, development, and evolution.[1] He pioneered understanding of reaction norms, genetic assimilation, dynamical genetics, sex determination, and heterochrony." Wikipedia Rare books make Fine Gifts. Shipped in new box. Free tracking USA. Quality, Value, Experience. . Very Good.

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        The Devil's Own Luck, The Curse of the Priest and Other Ceylon Stories

      Colombo: Capper & Sons, [1912]. First Edition. Original wraps. Very good. 117 p. 22 cm. Brown card covers with faded front cover, spine, and rear edge. Front corners slightly chipped and a small spot on front. Little is know about the author of these short stories set in colonial Ceylon, now Sri Lanka. Replete with murdering Devils, human sacrifice, torture victims, and treasure, the tales also provide a glimpse of plantation life in a far-flung province of the British Empire a hundred years ago. A rare and interesting volume.

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        "Philadelphia; a history of the city and its people, a record of 225 years - [Complete in 4 volumes]"

      "Philadelphia, Chicago, J. S. Clarke Pub. Co. [1912]" "Philadelphia, Chicago, J. S. Clarke Pub. Co. [1912]", 1912. 1st Edition. "Physical desc.: 4 v. plates: ill, facsims, maps, plans, ports. . Subjects: Philadelphia (Pa.) - History. Philadelphia (Pa.) - Biography - Intellectual life. " Finely bound all in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with dark morocco gilt-blocked title and volume label indications. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional set - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request.

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        11 Offprints Richard B. Goldschmidt American geneticist

      various, 1912-1950. 12 original offprints in good to very good condition. First editions. Some have ownership marks of: Karl sax, E. M. East, Edmund B. Wilson, Sewall Wright's ownership signature, Franz Schrader ownership signature, and J. T. Baldwin Jr.. Titles included: Versuche zur Spermatogenese in Vitro (1917); Marginalia to McClintock's Work on Mutable Loci in Maize (1950); Mimetic Polymorphism, A Controversial Chapter of Darwinism (1945), Some Experiments on Spermatogenesis in Vitro (1915), Crossing Over Ohne Chiasmatypie? (1917), Die Spermatogeneses eines parthenogenetischen Frosches nebst Bemerkumgen zur Frage, welches Geschlecht bei den Amphibien das heterozygotische ist (1920) chipping to edge, Franz Schrader ownership signature; Die Merogonie der Oenotherabastarde und die doppeltreziproken Bastarde von de Vries (1912); Untersuchungen zur Genetik der geographischen Variation. VII (1933); Vererbung und Bestimmung Des Geschlechts 2. Die Zellulare Seite Des Problems (1912) dampstain and wave to margins; The Function of the Apyrene Spermatozoa (1916); Experimental Intersexuality and the Sex-Problem (1916) "was a German-born American geneticist. He is considered the first to integrate genetics, development, and evolution.[1] He pioneered understanding of reaction norms, genetic assimilation, dynamical genetics, sex determination, and heterochrony." Wikipedia Rare books make Fine Gifts. Shipped in new box. Free tracking USA. Quality, Value, Experience. . Very Good.

      [Bookseller: Robinson Street Books, IOBA]
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        Philip Dru: Administrator. A Story of Tomorrow. 1920?1935.

      New York: B. W. Huebsch, 1912 - Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine and upper board in silver, bald eagle design to upper board in blind. With the dust jacket. Cloth very lightly rubbed at the tips. An excellent, fresh copy in the partially tanned jacket with chips at the middle and head of the spine panel and some nicks and short splits, with a tape repair to the verso of the lower panel. First edition, first printing. Rare in the dust jacket. The author of this futuristic political novel was Edward Mandell House, a prominent American diplomat and advisor to President Woodrow Wilson. The book's hero leads the democratic western United States in a civil war against the plutocratic East and becomes leader of the restored republic, instituting a series of reforms similar to the progressive Bull Moose platform of 1912. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Casuals in the Caucasus: The Diary of a Sporting Holiday

      London John Lane - The Bodley Head 1912. Covers rubbed. Inner hinges starting. Owner's name in ink to front paste down as well as blank bookplate. Pencil annotations in margins (erasable). Teg First Edition Illustrated black hardback cloth cover 220mm x 145mm (9" x 6"). 331pp. 22 illustrations.

      [Bookseller: Barter Books]
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        Nowegian Anglings 1912 - Scotch & Other Sporting Estates

      Lumley & Dowell, 1912. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 7.25" x 9.25. h/b 197 pages, condition is Very Good, slight edge wear to the boards. The top RH corner of the black rear flyleaf has been torn out.

      [Bookseller: Hanselled Books]
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        Futility or The Wreck of the Titan

      London: Arthur F. Bird, 1912. Hardcover. Very Good. FIRST UK EDITION. London: Arthur Bird, 1912. 162 pp. Light orange cloth with black lettering. Very Good hardcover. No jacket. Clean pages and sturdy binding. Bookplate on paste down, offsetting to ffep. Fore edge has spots of foxing. A bit of smudging to cloth. Nice condition overall.The scarce first British appearance of Morgan Robertson's novella about a ship called the Titan, which hits an iceberg and sinks in the North Atlantic. Numerous parallels with the Titanic disaster 14 years after the book's first publication (in the US) have been noted by many readers.

      [Bookseller: Odd Duck Books]
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        Catalogue de Manufacture Française d'Armes & Cycles de Saint-Etienne

      - Vers 1912, 1 200 p., 19,5 x 27,5 c. Contient Description de la compagnie et de ses installations (1-30); section armes de chasse et de tir (31-192); section cycles hirondelle (193-230); section machines à coudre et à écrire (231-256); section munitions - artcles pour chasseurs (256-328); section articles pour cycles et automobiles (329-364); section articles et engins de pêche (365-426); section sport - jeux - voyage (427-556); section photographie - optique (557-616); section papeterie - librairie (617-688); section habillement de sportsman (689-756); section coutellerie - horlogerie - bijouterie (757-852); section outillage - quincaillerie - électricité (853-940); section la maison (941-1100); section agriculture (1101-1172); section table des matières (1173-1200). Chaque section débute par une illustration couleur avec à l'endos une autre illustration couleur d'un chien ou d'un oiseau Chaque section contient des centaines d'illustrations. Les pages du début sont pliées, une page d'illustration est détachée et effilochées, une page est déchirée, les dernières pages de la table des matière ont été réparées. Reliure demi-cuir fatiguée. Sinon un bel exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Claudine Bouvier]
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        Early 20th Century Collection of Signed & Inscribed Photographs and an Ephemeral Program Inscribed of Julia Marlowe Sothern and Edward Hugh Sothern, Maude Adams, Katherine Cornell, Katherine Alexander, Otis Skinner & Other Actresses & Actors

      Not Published New York: Not Published, 1912. Collection includes: A large souvenir program, "Julia Marlowe's Benefit in Behalf of The Hopelessly Crippled French Soldiers" held at the Shubert Theatre May 26th, 1916, with an inscription on the front cover signed by E.H. Sothern, "Dear Harry Kauff(man) - The great thing is to perceive that most people are asses & that nearly everybody is wrong most of the time - "a soft answer turneth away wrath" But I declare that accidents are inevitable & excite the soul - what we must do is to rehearse everybody & everything all the time & keep our hair on - with love...sincerely E.H. Sothern" approx. 10" x 13" size, one large sheet of heavy 'Normandy' watermark paper stock folded to make a cover over the smaller inner program for the event - according to the dedicatory text, various artists gave their services - which included Miss Marlowe & E.H. Sothern & Company performing as well as Sir Herbert Tree, Mrs. (Lillie) Langtry and others; the back of the inner program notes a E.H. Sothern appearance in "If I Were King" at the Shubert on the following evening; the cover with printed titles in dark blue, simply side-tied with the remains of a red, white and blue silk ribbon; with wear and soiling, and old paper rub-hole at front margin, about good overall; the inner program printed at the Arrow Press Inc. New York and very good; the team of (and later husband & wife) Edward Hugh Sothern (1859 - 1933) & Julia Marlowe (1866 - 1950) very well-known and popular as the premier Shakespearean interpreters in America at the time, making Shakespeare accessible, especially for a larger public; (with) an undated, circa 1900 signed photograph of E.H. Sothern, taken with two other handsomely dressed unidentified gentlemen strolling down a railroad station platform - Sothern signed in ink below his image; no studio or photographer noted, photo approx. 6" x 8 1/4", mounted to an old gray card mount which has been trimmed away at bottom margin; photo with a tiny edge-tear at top, otherwise very good as is the bold signature; (with) A large sepia-toned photograph inscribed and signed by E.H. Sothern, taken while costumed in his role as MacBeth, inscribed at top right "For Wm Kauffman with the regards of E.H. Sothern"; the photo signed in white ink bottom right 'Notman Boston' and is 10 1/4" x 13 1/4" approx. size; corners chipped, closed tears (with one through a letter of the inscription) with old repairs on back; a few spots showing in the lighter area, otherwise a good strong image of the actor in one of his most famous roles; (with) a very beautifully-taken head-and-shoulders portrait of Julia Marlowe (Sothern) in elaborate brocaded costume wearing headscarf, inscribed below in black ink, "To Mrs. Kauffman in remembrance of "Viola" and Julia Marlowe Sothern 1912"; image approx. 9 3/4" x 13" size; with the studio stamp of White N.Y. at right margin; some corner wear, the 'Sothern' and a few other letters dimming in the inscription, about very good overall and a striking image of the actress; (with) another White N.Y. large photograph, this of both Julia & Edward Sothern, in their costumed roles of Romeo & Juliet, inscribed at the bottom margin "To Mr. Kauffman in remembrance of both of us! Julia Marlowe Sothern 1912" approx. 10" x 13"; top right corner chipped away, little edgewear at bottom, otherwise very good and sharply - taken; (with) a 6" x 9" approx. size photograph, a copy of a famous earlier image by Arnold Genthe of Julia Marlowe Sothern as Juliet, inscribed at lower margin, "To Erwin Carl Kauffman son of our friend & coworker. Julia Marlowe Sothern May 1920.", unevenly trimmed, some wear and the inscription still very bold, good condition; (with) an inscribed photograph "To my darlingest Mr. Kaufman & Mrs. Kaufman - May we meet again Katherine Alexander" Katherine Alexander (1898 - 1981) part-Cherokee American actress; the photograph pencil signed by the photographer (illegible) on the margin below, dated 1923; approx. 8 3/4" x 13 3/4" including mount - image 6" x 10 1/4" approx., matte photo-paper; closed tears at edges, soiling, some crinkling into the top of the image, about good condition; (with) an 8" x 10" portrait of Maude Adams (Maude Ewing Kiskadden) (1872 - 1953) American actress, best known for her great success as the character Peter Pan, with the studio stamp of Fernand de Gueldre Chicago on back; inscribed at lower margin, "To Mr. and Mrs. Kaufman - with all good wishes from Maude Adams 1932" light wear & soil, corner crease; in very good condition; (with) an inscribed portrait photo off Otis Skinner (1858 - 1942) American stage actor, inscribed "To Fred Kaufman cordially yours Otis Skinner 1932" approx. 3 1/4" x 4 1/2", with the photographer's stamp on back of Irving - Allen - Fox Studio Denver; light wear and soil, very good; (with) 3 additional 8" x 10" photographs of theatre stars of the past, inscribed to the Kaufmanms as well (names indecipherable); photographed by Standiford Studio Louisville, Bachrach and Florence Vandamm; these all in good condition; an interesting group of signed early 20th century signed theatre material, in overall good condition, especially so for the personal inscriptions by these stars, all to one family, for good provenance.. Photography. Not Bound. Good.

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        A Descriptive Bibliography of the Most Important Books in the English Language relating to the Art & History of Engravings and the Collecting of Prints. 2 volumes bound in 1, [With] Supplement & Index

      London Ellis 1912- 13. VG : in very good condition. Modern binding. Embossed library stamp to frontispiece and one ink stamp to reverse of page 7 in the supplement otherwise no evidence of library marking Limited Edition 77/350 Half red morocco over cloth covered boards 290mm x 230mm (11" x 9"). (i) xix+571pp+[4], (ii) 141pp. Numerous b/w illustrations. Duplicate title and half title pages bound in a back.

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        Two speech pamphlets: Irish Home Rule delivered 8 February 1912 and The Liberal Government and Naval Policy delivered 18 March 1912

      London: The Liberal Publication Department, 1912. 1st Edition. Paperback. Near fine. Here are original, first printing pamphlet publications of two seminal Churchill speeches. The first is Churchill's controversial 8 February 1912 speech in Belfast supporting Irish Home Rule. The second is Churchill's 18 March 1912 speech in the House of Commons - his first time as First Lord of the Admiralty introducing the Navy budget and setting British strategy to counter Germany in a naval arms race. Both pamphlets feature Churchill's resolute and eloquent independence, showing the character that later carried him through political isolation in the 1930s into the hard-won triumphs of World War II. Both pamphlets are in pristine condition, being bound in the volume "Pamphlets and Leaflets 1912" issued by the Liberal Publication Department in 1913. These bound compilations were issued annually - usually in utilitarian bindings with black morocco spines over ribbed green cloth boards. This scarce 1912 volume bears two important, rare, and keenly sought original Churchill speech pamphlets. Irish Home Rule is a 16-page wire stitched pamphlet in paper covers, published by The Liberal Publication Department and printed by Page & Thomas, Ltd., Chesham. Churchill's family had supported unyielding British control over Ireland. His father, Lord Randolph Churchill, won political victories through his support of the Unionists in Ulster. Over time, Winston came to support Home Rule, spurred by the successful example of South Africa, where he had been so involved in his early career. On 8 February 1912 Winston spoke in Belfast in favor of Home Rule - the same Belfast where his father, Lord Randolph, famously opposed Home Rule, declaring in 1886 "Ulster will fight and Ulster will be right." Winston's 1912 reply: "Why cannot this great settlement be made? We have made friends with our enemies; can we not make friends with our comrades too?" This was a major and controversial event, involving extraordinary precautions to protect Churchill's physical safety from hostile crowds. The Home Rule crisis of 1912-1914 was sidelined by the outbreak of World War I. Nonetheless, Churchill would ultimately introduce the Irish Free Sate Bill, which won passage in 1922. The Liberal Government and Naval Policy is a 24-page wire-stitched pamphlet in paper covers published by The Liberal Publication Department and printed by the National Press Agency Ltd., London. In 1911, Churchill was offered the prize Cabinet position of First Lord of the Admiralty, which he held until 1915 when blame for the Gallipoli disaster forced his resignation. In 1912, a global naval arms race was in full swing among the great powers. Until Germany began flexing naval muscle in 1911, Churchill was reluctant to squander public money and favored building fewer Dreadnought battleships than some of his Cabinet peers. But in February of 1912 Churchill called for formation of an additional Battle Squadron in Home waters and an increase in the number of ships, stating "there is no longer any financial saving to be looked for." His Naval budget and policy speech in the House of Commons 18 March 1912 laid out plans to address the German threat and ensure Dreadnought supremacy. Churchill's speech was praised for candor and clarity. To his credit, Churchill sought to leverage peace from the position of increased strength; in the months following his speech, Churchill pressed - unsuccessfully - to reduce Anglo-German tension and temporarily halt naval construction. Both of these rare speech pamphlets encapsulate pivotal evolutions in Churchill's personal and political character. The speech pamphlets are perfectly preserved within the binding. The binding itself is in near-fine condition. The pebble grain leather spine shows very light sunning, but retains bright gilt, shows only minor wear at the spine ends, and remains supple with no cracks. The ribbed green cloth boards are bright and clean. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A35.1 & A36, Woods A20(a) & A21.

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        Mark Twain: A Biography. The Personal And Literary Life Of Samuel Langhorne Clemens. Three Volumes (Complete).

      The author lived with Twain during the last years of his life and had access to Twain's papers and letters. This is the authorized biography (1912) containing many unpublished pieces. Half red leather and half marbled boards, 5 bands on spine with gold titles, top edge gilded, untrimmed pages. Some pages are still uncut. Fully illustrated. Scarce in this leather-bound edition. Copyright pages on each volume states published September 1912. Date on title pages is also 1912. Each volume has the publishers code K-M indicating a publication date of October (K), 1912 (M). Volume I, 562 pages; Volume II, pages 563-1110; Volume III, pages 1111-1719, appendix A-X, index. All three sets are tightly bound and no writing or previous owner's names. Each volume has some minor nicks to the leather. A very attractive set in Fine condition. Book condition: Fine (F). Book issued without a jacket. Binding is: Half-Leather. Each volume is standard book size.

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        Two speech pamphlets: Irish Home Rule delivered 8 February 1912 and The Liberal Government and Naval Policy delivered 18 March 1912

      London: The Liberal Publication Department, 1912. 1st Edition. Paperback. Near fine. Here are original, first printing pamphlet publications of two seminal Churchill speeches. The first is Churchill's controversial 8 February 1912 speech in Belfast supporting Irish Home Rule. The second is Churchill's 18 March 1912 speech in the House of Commons - his first time as First Lord of the Admiralty introducing the Navy budget and setting British strategy to counter Germany in a naval arms race. Both pamphlets feature Churchill's resolute and eloquent independence, showing the character that later carried him through political isolation in the 1930s into the hard-won triumphs of World War II. Both pamphlets are in pristine condition, being bound in the volume "Pamphlets and Leaflets 1912" issued by the Liberal Publication Department in 1913. These bound compilations were issued annually - usually in utilitarian bindings with black morocco spines over ribbed green cloth boards. This scarce 1912 volume bears two important, rare, and keenly sought original Churchill speech pamphlets. Irish Home Rule is a 16-page wire stitched pamphlet in paper covers, published by The Liberal Publication Department and printed by Page & Thomas, Ltd., Chesham. Churchill's family had supported unyielding British control over Ireland. His father, Lord Randolph Churchill, won political victories through his support of the Unionists in Ulster. Over time, Winston came to support Home Rule, spurred by the successful example of South Africa, where he had been so involved in his early career. On 8 February 1912 Winston spoke in Belfast in favor of Home Rule - the same Belfast where his father, Lord Randolph, famously opposed Home Rule, declaring in 1886 "Ulster will fight and Ulster will be right." Winston's 1912 reply: "Why cannot this great settlement be made? We have made friends with our enemies; can we not make friends with our comrades too?" This was a major and controversial event, involving extraordinary precautions to protect Churchill's physical safety from hostile crowds. The Home Rule crisis of 1912-1914 was sidelined by the outbreak of World War I. Nonetheless, Churchill would ultimately introduce the Irish Free Sate Bill, which won passage in 1922. The Liberal Government and Naval Policy is a 24-page wire-stitched pamphlet in paper covers published by The Liberal Publication Department and printed by the National Press Agency Ltd., London. In 1911, Churchill was offered the prize Cabinet position of First Lord of the Admiralty, which he held until 1915 when blame for the Gallipoli disaster forced his resignation. In 1912, a global naval arms race was in full swing among the great powers. Until Germany began flexing naval muscle in 1911, Churchill was reluctant to squander public money and favored building fewer Dreadnought battleships than some of his Cabinet peers. But in February of 1912 Churchill called for formation of an additional Battle Squadron in Home waters and an increase in the number of ships, stating "there is no longer any financial saving to be looked for." His Naval budget and policy speech in the House of Commons 18 March 1912 laid out plans to address the German threat and ensure Dreadnought supremacy. Churchill's speech was praised for candor and clarity. To his credit, Churchill sought to leverage peace from the position of increased strength; in the months following his speech, Churchill pressed - unsuccessfully - to reduce Anglo-German tension and temporarily halt naval construction. Both of these rare speech pamphlets encapsulate pivotal evolutions in Churchill's personal and political character. The speech pamphlets are perfectly preserved within the binding. The binding itself is in near-fine condition. The pebble grain leather spine shows very light sunning, but retains bright gilt, shows only minor wear at the spine ends, and remains supple with no cracks. The ribbed green cloth boards are bright and clean. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A35.1 & A36, Woods A20(a) & A21.

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        Big-Game Shooting In Upper Burma [NEW IMPRESSION DATED 1912 COMPLETE WITH DUST JACKET]

      Longmans, Green, And Co, London, 1912. New Impression. Binding: Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good Condition. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. CONTENTS : Chapter I. The Indian Elephant (Elephas Indicus) II. The Gaur (Bos Gaurus, Or Gavaeus Gaurus) III. The Ranting (Bos Sondaicus) IV. The Two-Horned Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros Lasiotis And R. Sumatrensis) V. The Tiger (Fells Tigris). The Panther Or Leopard (Felts Pardus) VI. The Malay Bear (Ursus Malayanus). The Burmese Serow (Nemoriledus Umatrensis) VII. The Malayan Sambur (Cervus Equinus). VIII. The Brow-Antlered Deer (Cervus Eldi) IX. The Hog Deer (Cervus Porcinus).The Barking Deer (Cervulus Aureus Vel Muntjac) X. Trackers And Tracking, Rifles And Ammunition XI. Personal Kit. Stores. Camp Equipment. Servants Shooting Localities. Glossary Of Burmese Words. Index . ILLUSTRATIONS : Elephant Tusks (Frontispiece); The Gaur Or Bison (Bos Gaurus); Banting (Bos Sondaicus); 'Dot'; The Burmese Serow (Nemorhaedus Sumatrensis); The Gooral (Nemorhaedus Goral); Malayan Sambur (Cervus Equinus); The Brow-Antlered Deer (Cervus Eldi); The Hog Deer (Cervus Porcinus); The Barking Deer (Cervulus Aureus); Assorted Trophies, Chiefly From Burma,1908; Map Of Burma At End Of Volume. Book - [SEE SCANS] - in Near Fine [better than Very Good] bright green boards with gilt lettering and a gilt illustration to the front board, light bumping to the extreme ends of the spine. Contents, some browning to the free front and rear end paper and previous owner's inscription,' R Noble 7th Dragoon Guards 1914' to the rear end paper, some scattered spotting to the half title page and other free front end papers, light scattered spotting to some pages, light browning to page 81, 200, 201, 218, 219 and light marking to pages 220/221 otherwise clean, bright and tightly bound. Dust Jacket - [SEE SCAN] - Good Plus - some wear and small amount of loss to the corners and ends of the spine, some patches of surface abrasion to the front of the jacket, some grubbiness. An Attractive Copy With Its VERY RARE Dust Jacket. Size: 9 inches tall by 5.5 inches. ix, 240 pages which includes an index. A Coloured Map And 11 Black And White Photographs From The Author's Collection Of Trophies. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 750gms-1kgm. Category: Sports & Pastimes; Billiards. Inventory No: 5519.

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        Color Standards and Color Nomenclature, with Fifty-three Colored Plates and Eleven Hundred and Fifteen Named Colors

      Robert Ridgway, Washington D. C. 1912 - Washington D. C. Robert Ridgway, 1912. Hard Cover. Robert Ridgway. Octavo, gilt stamped green cloth, 43 pages + 53 plates profusely illustrated with tipped-on color specimens. The classic work in the field of Color by Ridgway. Prior owner's name plate to front paste down, some label residue to spine, front hinge cracked resulting in some play to spine. The text and plates are in very good condition. (DH-art). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lloyd's Register of Yachts. Containing Particulars and Distinguishing Flags. Yachts and Motor Boats; an Alphabetical List of Owners, with their Addresses; also the Flags of the Principal Yacht and Sailing Clubs, with the Names of the Officers, &c., for the Year 1911 [DATED 1912]

      Lloyds, London, 1912. Binding: Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good Condition. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. As is often the case these subscription copies, this being no.1589, are stamped in gold to the front with the original owner's name, in this case 'Lord St. Levan', [Baron St Levan, Sir John St Aubyn], of St Michael's Mount in the County of Cornwall, ancestral seat of the St Aubyn family] Book - [SEE SCAN] in Very Good, bright green boards with bevelled edges, gilt lettering and detail to the front board and all edges gilt - light bumping and light rubbing to the extreme corners and some bumping and light rubbing to the extreme ends of the spine. Contents, some spotting/browning to the end papers, title pages, the occasional page and first and last couple of pages, some spotting to the rear paste down, a crease to the top corner of the first few pages and to the 'Lloyd's Register Des Yachts' contents page, light marking to the occasional page otherwise clean and tightly bound. An Attractive Copy of this important reference work. Size: 7.25 inches tall by 9 inches. 1030 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Ships & the Sea; Inventory No: 7538.

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        The Royal & Ancient Game of Golf.

      London: Published for Golf Illustrated Ltd. by the London and Counties Press Association Ltd. 1912 - Folio. Original vellum over thick boards, decoration and titles to upper board and spine in black, grey and gold, watered silk endpapers, gilt edges. Endpapers and blanks a little foxed, missing portion (160 × 140 mm) of the final page of the index has been skilfully filled in with facsimile paper, spine and boards marked and browned, a very good example of a book rarely found in nice condition. 3 colour plates, 2 photogravures, illustrations in the text. First edition, the limited edition de luxe, one of 100 numbered copies, specially bound and printed for subscribers (a smaller format Subscriber's Edition was limited to 900 copies). One of the highspots in all of golfing literature, this sumptuous volume contains a good history of the game, sections on technique, an essay by Hutchinson on the principal golfing greens of the age and many reproductions of early golf illustrations. This deluxe limited edition is rare on the market and one of the most impressive golf books ever produced.

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        THE SILVER CAP, 1912

      De Meyer, Baron Adolph. Hand-pulled photogravure, 9 3/8 x 5 3/8 inches. Archivally matted with window over mat. Fine. The image is a fine richly-toned photogravure from CAMERA WORK 40, 1912.

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        ISKUSSTVO ("Art"). Magazine of Painting Graphics Artistic Printing. No. 1-2

      Kiev: Kul'zhenko, 1912 Text in Russian. Folio (14" x 10-1/2") softcover. Profusely illustrated. Cover and illustration by Georgy Aleksandrovich Zolotov. Illustrations by Alexander Archipenko (Aleksandr Arkhipenko), Albert Gleizes, Henry Le Fauconnier, et al. Abraham Bloemart - Aesthetics - All-Russian Congress of Artists - Architecture - Art criticism - Bibliography - Chronicle - Church painting - Collection Khanenko - Competitions - Cubism - Culture - Drawing - Esaies v. d. Velde - Exhibitions - French painting - Graphics - History - Icon painting - Icons - Joachim Antonisz Uytewael - Lucas van Valckenbourg - Paintings - Rastrelli - Sculpture - World of Art - Etc. Rare. Please see the pictures. For more images please visit our website..

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        Les plus belles roses au début du XXe siècle.

      Paris, Charles Amat (1912 - ). 4°. X, 1 Bl., 235 pages with many Textillustrationen und plates und 18 (davon 16 Chromolithographien, 2 Monochrom) coloured Rosentafeln. Neues dunkelrotes Maroquin with goldgepr. Rückentitel. Der Original-Umschlag ist eingebunden. Erste Ausgabe. Stock 2261. Schönes Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Miniature Atlas of the Borough of the Bronx. Volume One [ONLY]. Vol. I - 23rd and 24th Ward

      Brooklyn and Manhattan: E. Belcher Hyde. 1912. First. First edition. Volume One (of Two). Large octavo. 412pp. Flexible red cloth gilt. Maps in Color. Seamless spine repair, corners a little worn, very good or better. Almost the entire volume consists of maps in color. Scarce. OCLC locates four sets, three in New York, one in Pennsylvania. .

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        THE STONEGROUND GHOST TALES COMPILED FROM THE RECOLLECTIONS OF THE REVEREND ROLAND BATCHEL, VICAR OF THE PARISH

      Cambridge: W. Heffer & Sons Ltd.,. 1912. original pictorial blue cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black.. Cloth rubbed at upper spine end, spine panel tanned, endpapers and. page edges just a bit tanned, a very good copy. Penciled signature of. A. Langley Searles, noted fantasy enthusiast and publisher of the. long-running fanzine, FANTASY COMMENTATOR, dated 1944 on front paste-. down. A pretty attractive copy of a book rarely found in nice. condition. (#130812). First edition. A collection of nine ghost stories dedicated to Swain's longtime friend M. R. James. "... Swain's tales share many features with those of James' and draw on the friends' common interests and antiquarian studies. They are however rather milder in tone and regularly incorporate a playful humour not often found in James' work. The tales relate the adventures of a fictionalized version of the author, Mr Batchel, Rector of Stoneground parish. Although by today's standards, readers may find Swain's stories rather lacking in supernatural horrors, their subtle qualities become apparent on re-reading, and many find Mr Batchel one of the most enduring creations of English ghost fiction." - Wilson, Shadows in the Attic, p. 468. Ashley, Who's Who in Horror and Fantasy Fiction, p. 170. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3-193. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1571. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 209. Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, p. 419. Tymn (ed), Horror Literature 3-238. Bleiler (1978), p. 190. Reginald 13908.

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        A SON OF PERDITION: AN OCCULT ROMANCE

      London: William Rider & Son Ltd.,. 1912. original decorated red cloth, front and spine panels stamped in gold.. Cloth lightly worn at lower front corner tips, some bubbling to. cloth, mostly rear panel, a very good copy with bright cover. stamping. A nice copy of a scarce book and one of Hume's most. imaginative novels. (#130324). First edition. "Occult thriller by prolific mystery writer; young lovers caught in conflict between black and white magicians, also Atlantean memories, reincarnation, metempsychosis, prophecies. A potpourri of supernatural themes to keep the pot boiling, and the plot moving briskly. Unencumbered by the occult jargon that clogs other Rider weirds in this period." - Robert Knowlton. Barron (ed) Horror Literature 3-98. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 875. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 119. Bleiler (1978), p. 105. Reginald 07603.

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        THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AN EX-COLOURED MAN

      Boston: Sherman, French & Co., 1912. First Edition. Hardcover. Some spotting and discoloration to the scarlet cloth, mostly on the spine and at the rear with minor fraying at the head of the spine. Still a Very Good copy and exceptionally scarce when signed. Original gilt-decorated cloth. Johnson's first book, a fictional autobiography that appeared anonymously and explored the issue of a black man passing for white in America, serving as a launchpad for many later novels exploring the question of what it means to be black in America. This self-published first printing fared poorly, accounting in large part for the book's notorious scarcity, and it did not reach a wide readership until the second edition was published in 1927 and Johnson claimed authorship. INSCRIBED and SIGNED in full by the author "To Mr. Hamilton Holt,/With the sincere admiration/and esteem of the author,/James W. Johnson./New York City,/Sept. 30, 1913." It was in New York four years earlier that Holt helped to found the National Association of the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). At the time of publication of this book Holt was proprietor and editor of the weekly INDEPENDENT. He was also one of this country's foremost internationalists, founding the World Federation League and serving as president of the American Peace Congress and director of the World Peace Foundation before spending years promoting the League of Nations. After an unsuccessful bid for the U.S. Senate in Connecticut, Holt accepted the presidency of Rollins College in Florida. Blockson's 101 Influential Books: #56. Holt's bookplate on pastedown with a modern postage stamp honoring Johnson.

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        AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (ALS) to his wife

      Long Key, FL, 29 Jan. 1912. Letter. Folds from mailing, still about Fine, with envelope. A one-page AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED as "Doc" to his wife "Dolly" with fine content on Florida East Coast Hotel Co./Long Key Fishing Camp stationery with envelope. In full: "It sure is hunting my forgotten birthday! Let's see. I'll be 38. Gee! I feel old. But maybe its this damned languorous climate. I've been eating too much, also. There isn't any news. The sun shines, the winds blow, and time flies. I'll be home soon again. I have not been fishing yet. This matter of work begins to drag on me. If I don't work I'm unhappy. Yesterday I wrote some of the scenario of the play. I've somehow lost confidence since I read that play book. But things will come to a head soon. I'm glad for this past week. I seem to be my old self again. Aren't you glad? I'd appreciate a letter from you occasionally. You'll be mad when you see that all this fat [?] letter is not a love letter to you. With love to all, Doc." Superb letter mentioning his two loves--fishing and writing--addressed to his other love.

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        MR. CHARLES HAWTREY IN A CINEMATOGRAPH VERSION OF A MESSAGE FROM MARS by Richard Ganthony ... Adapted from the Play and Produced by Mr. J. Wallett Waller

      London: The United Kingdom Films, Limited, n.d.. [1912]. original pictorial wrappers.. Rear wrapper a trifle dusty, else a near fine copy. Rare. The Currey-. Ordway-Currey copy; we know of no others. (#66890). First edition. This popular play by Richard Ganthony about a visitor with superhuman powers from Mars, first performed in 1899, was filmed and released in 1912. This 8-page "souvenir" booklet includes numerous stills from the film and a one-page synopsis. A novelization of Ganthony's play by Mabel Winifred Knowles writing as "Lester Lurgan" was published by Greening in 1912. See Locke, Voyages in Space 135.

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        Boston Typo-Athlete. Official Organ of the Union Printers. National Baseball League

      Boston: (Boston Union Printers Baseball Association). 1912. First. A complete run consisting of Issues 1-7, dated August 19 - August 25, 1912. Quarto, bound into marbled endpapers, three-quarter morocco and cloth. Some pages with closed tears, some loose, covers worn, otherwise a very good copy. This free periodical was the official paper of the Boston Union Printers Baseball Association, published to promote the fifth annual Printers National Baseball Tournament. OCLC locates a single run, at the Boston Public Library. .

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        The Lost World

      London: Hodder and Stoughton,, [1912]. Being an account of the recent amazing adventures of Professor George E. Challenger, Lord John Roxton, Professor Summerlee, and Mr. E. D. Malone of the "Daily Gazette. Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine gilt, titles and pictorial design to upper board in white and gilt. Frontispiece and 7 plates, diagrams within the text. Cloth lightly rubbed at extremities, spine a little rolled and spotted, white blocking to upper board flaking slightly, spotting to edges of text block, title pages, and occasionally to contents. An excellent copy. First edition, first impression of Conan Doyle's classic prehistoric adventure novel.

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        Bibliotheca Germanorum Erotica & Curiosa

      George Muller, Munich 1912 - 8 of 9 volumes, missing volume 3. 716; 715; 566; 520; 586; 734; 682; 668 p. 24 cm. Pictorial paper over tweed and red cloth hard cover. Corners bumped and edges worn. Volumes 7 & 9 spine plate chipped. Boards rubbed. Volume one dented in first 30 pages. Along with the work of Jules Gay, this is considered the most important bibliography of Erotica. The first volume was originally published in 1885. By 1912, the bibliography had expanded to eight volumes including 38,000 annotated entries. In 1929 it had grown to 70,000 entries. The richness of the German discourse on sexual experience is proven by these volumes, and the entries include many titles that no longer exist, destroyed by the War or by censorship. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Fotografía de los Colores. Fundamentos Científicos y Reglas Prácticas.

      Madrid, Imprenta y Librería de Nicolás Moya, 1912. - in-8 carré. 2ff. 312pp. Plein veau, dos lisse orné (reliure de l'époque). Edition Originale du seul ouvrage de photographie publié par le grand neurologue et chercheur espagnol Santiago Ramón y Cajal (1852-1934). Son sens esthétique et son goût pour le dessin, qui l'avaient conduit dans un premier temps à envisager une carrière artistique, l'engagèrent dès 1868 à s'intéresser à la photographie qu'il pratiqua par la suite régulièrement, tant pour ses travaux scientifiques que pour son propre plaisir. Le présent ouvrage retrace, avec rigueur et exhaustivité, les problèmes posés par la reproduction photographique des couleurs et les solutions apportées par les divers procédés existants, tous bien connus de l'auteur qui se décrivait lui-même comme "un vétéran cultivateur de presque tous les genres héliochromiques ". 55 figures dans le texte. Bon exemplaire, très bien relié. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Ciurlionis

      Butkowskoi,, St. Petersburg, 1912 - St. Petersburg, Butkowskoi, 1912. 28 Seiten. Mit Frontispiz (Porträt), 1 montierten Farbtafel und 23 teils farbigen Abbildungen auf Tafeln. Illustrierter Original- Pappband. Rücken ergänzt, Exemplar einer russischen Schulbibliothek mit mehreren Stempeln, Ecken bestossen. Nicht numeriertes Exemplar. Sovremennoe iskusstvo. Sehr seltene erste Monographie über den Begründer der abstrakten Kunst und berühmtesten litauischen Künstler und Musiker Mykolas KonstantyTschurlianis (1875-1911). Er war zu Lebzeiten verkannt und starb verarmt mit nur 36 Jahren. 1904 schuf er eine vollständig abstrakte Komposition diese und weitere Gemälde wie das berühmte Gemälde "Rex" sind hier abgebildet. Tschurlianis war im Einfluss von Srkiabin und Roerich. Viele seiner hier abgebildeten Werke haben einen Musik-Zusammenhang und dementsprechende Titel: "allegro", "andante". Laut KVK in keiner deutschen Bibliothek. - Beigegeben: Meschelaitis. Mir Ciurlionisa. Moskva 1971. Mit einem Vorwort von B. Zalesskoi und J. Lewitansko. 110 Seiten, 1 Blatt. Illustrierter Original-Pappband. Sprache: Russisch Rücken ergänzt, Exemplar einer russischen Schulbibliothek mit mehreren Stempeln, Ecken bestossen. Nicht numeriertes Exemplar. Illustrierter Original- Pappband. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Home Rule in a Nutshell

      London: The Daily Chronicle, 1912. Paperback. Near fine. This rare pamphlet publication represents itself as "A pocket book for speakers and electors, containing a brief exposition of the arguments for Home Rule, and answers to the objections raised." This third ("Revised and Enlarged") edition of 1912 is the first to contain an important 4-page introduction by Winston Churchill, lending his name, and influence to the cause. At the time of publication, Churchill served in the Cabinet as First Lord of the Admiralty. His four-page introduction is decisively favorable to the cause: "The facts and arguments collected in this brief epitome deserve the attention of fair-minded and patriotic Englishmen." Churchill frames the arguments in the pamphlet thus: "if they are favorable, what a sorry part will a man have played who out of carelessness, prejudice, or partisanship is guilty of obstructing a settlement earnestly desired by the Irish people, and politic and necessary in itself!" Churchill's family had supported unyielding British control over Ireland. His father, Lord Randolph Churchill, won political victories through his support of the Unionists in Ulster. Over time, Winston came to support Home Rule, spurred by the successful example of South Africa, where he had been so involved in his early career. On 8 February 1912 Winston spoke in Belfast in favor of Home Rule - the same Belfast where his father, Lord Randolph, famously opposed Home Rule, declaring in 1886 "Ulster will fight and Ulster will be right." Winston's 1912 reply: "Why cannot this great settlement be made? We have made friends with our enemies; can we not make friends with our comrades too?" This was a major and controversial event, involving extraordinary precautions to protect Churchill's physical safety from hostile crowds. The Home Rule crisis of 1912-1914 was sidelined by the outbreak of World War I. Nonetheless, Churchill would ultimately introduce the Irish Free State Bill, which won passage in 1922. The rare pamphlet publication offered here is a small but substantive publication. It is string-bound in paper wraps, measures 5.25 x 4 inches, and is thick for a pamphlet, with 92 pages of small, dense print. Churchill's introduction is prominently advertised on the front cover. Condition is very good indeed for an item of this age and fragility. The paper wraps are lightly soiled, but complete with no loses or tears and tightly bound, with the original string binding intact. The contents are lightly age-toned, but otherwise clean and tight. The only marking found is an ink-stamped previous owner name to the blank inside front cover. Bibliographic reference: Cohen B10.1. (Woods mentions only the later, fourth edition, as Woods B5)

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