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        Moving Picture World

      NEW YORK MOTION PICTURE, NEW YORK 1914 - Some of the pages are undetached on the book. The Cover is been taped is undetached from the book. DATE PUBLISHED: 1914 EDITION: 1922 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop]
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        A Souvenir of the Great War" - Patriotic kerchief of the First World War.

      ca 1914, United Kingdom: - Souvenir kerchief with the portraits of Allied leaders, including (from upper left corner, clockwise): King George V; Viceroy of India; Mikado; at the center: Lord Kitchener; General French; Gr Duke Nicholas; General Joffre; at the right: King of Servia; Czar of Russia; General Botha; below this, additional generals' portraits adorn the right, bottom and left borders. A cavalry charge and an artillery attack are also illustrated. At the center is an illustration of a piece of notepaper with red seals on it, with facsimile signatures of the Generals, and the motto "Our Word Our Bond" on a banner beneath. The Australian War Memorial holds a copy listed in their collection/REL28928. Three small marks to the right of the scrap of paper. Color lithographic kerchief, 14" x 12 1/2".

      [Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints, ABAA]
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        Cahier de dessins d'invention - Ecole primaire communale 19 rue Blomet Paris XVème

      1914 - Ensemble de 2 cahiers de dessins d'invention (notés), format à l'italienne ayant appartenu à René Gay, élève de 7ème; 1er cahier: octobre 1914 à février 1915, 15 dessins (couleur et N. et B.): les alliés et leur drapeau, notre canon de 75 et ses artilleurs, tranchée, ambulance, combat aérien, combat naval, train blindé, prise d'un drapeau allemand, église détruite par les allemands, auto-mitrailleuse, goumier algérien dans le Nord, ronde du soir par des coloniaux, notre Joffre, Général Galliéni, général ? , Général Dubail. 2ème cahier: février 1915 à mars 1915: 6 dessins en noir et blanc: Guillaume II, Lord "Kitehener" (Kitchner), Prince de Galles, notre Joffre, Amiral Boué de Lapeyrere, Général Gallieni. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Kriegs Album: 22[-26] Sonderheft der "Woche". Five Volumes.

      August Scherl, Berlin 1914 - Berlin: August Scherl [1914-1916]. 5 volumes. Profusely illustrated from photographs; text in German. 11½x8¾, cloth-backed boards. Extensively illustrated review of the German military during the early years of the Great War, selected from a German weekly. Well worn, contents toned at margins with some coming loose and chipping in places, just good, with one volume being better described as fair. Gripping collection of photographs - about three per page, cumulatively hundreds - taken by the German side during The Great War, with substantial preliminary text (in German) which is apparently of a war-diary nature, being organized chronologically by month and day. Profuse imagery is primarily from photographs of a diverse and captivating nature - including a plethora of portraits of aristocratic German officers - but does also include some sketches and some quite absorbing and very detailed maps as well. Vol. 22: 24 pp (text) + 183 pp (photographs); Vol 23: 39 pp (text) + 167 pp (photographs); Vol 24: 84 pp (text) + 151 pp (photographs) + ads; Vol 25: 55 pp (text)+ 150 pp (photographs) + ads; Vol 26: 109 pp (text) + 111 pp (photographs). Hardly replaceable as a WWI reference. lg5 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        H.P. Lovecraft Collection

      A remarkable collection of 244 H.P. Lovecraft items with over 200 rare amateur press appearances dating as early as 1914; nine important pulp magazines containing, among others, the first appearances of "At the Mountains of Madness," "The Colour Out of Space," and "The Shadow Out of Time"; and nearly 20 miscellaneous appearance by Lovecraft or directly relating to his writing. While several items are bound in boards, the rest are bound in stapled or sewn wrappers, nearly all with the tiny book label of Black Sparrow Press founder John K. Martin on the rear pastedown or wrap. Overall near fine with exceptions noted in the detailed list. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Tactique des Torpilleurs d'Escadre.

      [Paris: État-Major Général [de la Marine Nationale], 1914 - Quarto (272 × 203 mm). Contemporary purple skiver-backed marbled boards, marbled endpapers. Spine discoloured and a little chipped, boards slightly rubbed, contents lightly toned but very good. 11 plates, numerous illustrative diagrams mounted in the text, tables. Chapters tagged with artificial vellum index tags. First edition, designated Confidential and subsequently reclassified as Secret in manuscript, no other copy traced. A detailed handbook of French destroyer tactics which had currency throughout the First World War, corrections of January 1917 and March 1922 noted at the "Fiche des Corrections", and added to the text in red ink. That this was a practical manual rather than a classroom text is indicated by the instructions, not followed in this case, that it should be bound in a double cover of sail cloth with a pocket to each cover to take a lead plate "afin d'assurer la submersion du livre" in the case of shipwreck or "accident." A remarkable document.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Native Tribes of the Northern Territory of Australia

      MacMillan and Co. Limited, London - 1914, 1st Edition. () Very good. [xx] 516 + 2pp catalogue at rear. Quarto. Publisher's green cloth; gilt ornament to front board. Spine title in gilt; some creasing to crown, foot slightly shelfworn. Corners bumped. Upper edge gilt; fore and lower edges untrimmed. Former owner's name in ink to front fly, red ink stamp to same with small offset to paste-down. Illustrated with B / W plates from photographs, coloured folding map. Small tear to 357pp; not intrusive. A tight copy; interior bright and clean. Anthropological study of the Aborigines of Northern Australia with extensive illustrations. Spencer's text is the result of a government scientific commission to the territory to make preliminary surveys for settlement, while there he was able to assemble extensive notes on the occupants. Quite scarce with map intact. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aquila Books(Cameron Treleaven) ABAC]
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        Native tribes of the northern territory of Australia.

      - London, Macmillan and Co., 1914.Original decorated green cloth (sl. soiled), top edge gilt, with dust-jacket. With folding map, 36 plates (several coloured) and 92 illustrations on plates. XX,516 pp. - Original edition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gert Jan Bestebreurtje]
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      Berlin, Verlag der Sturm 1914.. 8°. 125 S., 1 S. Bibliographie. Originalbroschur.. Raabe 260, 27. - Wilpert-G. 26. - Erste Ausgabe. - Paul Scheerbart (1863-1915) eroberte sich mit diesem, Bruno Taut gewidmetem, Text einen Platz in der Architekturgeschichte: Der Architekt Taut nahm Scheerbarts Modell eines Glashauses zum Vorbild seiner berühmten Installation auf der Werkbundausstellung in Köln 1914. Scheerbart wurde Leitfigur der, von Taut gegründeten Architektengruppe "Die gläserne Kette", deren Mitglieder (u.a. Gropius, Scharoun, Poelzig) in späteren Jahren das Gesicht der modernen Architektur entscheidend prägten. - Sehr frisches, unbeschnittenes Exemplar. Rücken leicht gebräunt. So schön erhalten sehr selten.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Thierstein]
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      1914 - 53 of 54 tipped-in plates (lacks the frontispiece portrait). [New York]: Printed privately [at the De Vinne Press], 1914. First edition, only 300 copies printed. 14" x 11"; [6], v-xiv, [2], 174 pp. The first catalog of arms and armor devoted to an American collection, encompassing full and half suits, shields, horse trappings, lances, spurs, swords, hunting knives, daggers, shafted weapons, crossbows, guns, pistols, powder horns, and numerous other pieces. Each piece is fully annotated, including place of origin, date, and provenance. Stuyvesant bequeathed his collection to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, where he had been both a founding member and trustee. A man of independent means himself, Bashford Dean was the foremost American authority of his time on arms and armor, and the Honorary Curator of Arms and Armor at the Metropolitan. Full vellum binding, with gilt lettering and decorations, and the Stuyvesant crest stamped in gilt on the front board and in blind on the rear. Some minor smudging along the margins and extremities; otherwise a very good copy in a custom drop-sided box. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Book Shop, LLC - ABAA, ILAB]
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      Hammersmith: Doves Press, 1914. ONE OF 200 COPIES on paper (and 12 on vellum) n. Hardcover. 235 x 165 mm (9 1/4 x 6 1/2"). ONE OF 200 COPIES on paper (and 12 on vellum). Pleasant russet-colored crushed morocco by the Doves Bindery (stamp-signed "19 C-S 14" on rear turn-in), covers with single gilt rule border, raised bands, spine with gilt-ruled compartments, vertical gilt titling, gilt-ruled turn-ins, all edges gilt and gauffered with two rows of dots. Printed in red and black. Tidcombe DP-35; Tomkinson, pp. 58. Spine lightly sunned, otherwise AN IMMACULATE COPY in perfect condition. This volume epitomizes the beauty of simplicity that was a hallmark of Cobden-Sanderson's Doves Press, and it is offered here in a Doves binding to match the content's elegant typographical restraint. The volume is typical of the work more frequently done at the bindery after 1909, when Charles McLeish and Bessie Hooley wanted to leave their employment for personal reasons. From that point on, Cobden-Sanderson determined to limit Doves bindings almost exclusively to books printed at the Doves Press, which he and Emery Walker had founded as a vehicle for the production of what they termed "the Book Beautiful" in 1900. (Although McLeish left to go into partnership with his son, Charles, who had apprenticed under Roger de Coverly, all of the bindings that were signed "Doves Bindery" between 1909 and 1921 were actually done in the McLeish workshop.) Later Doves Press publications included works of great 19th century poets (books featuring Shelley, Keats, and Wordsworth appeared between July of 1914 and December of 1915), and the poems to be included were selected with great care by Cobden-Sanderson himself. According to Tidcombe, our editor "particularly enjoyed the process of selecting and arranging the poems, using them as building blocks to create new structures which expressed his own emotions and attitudes." In preparing the present collection, he chose poems that "progress from 'dejection, longing, love, satiety, despair, and death' towards immortality.".

      [Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev]
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        Jessie Willcox Smith Mother Goose A Careful Selection of the Rhymes. With Numerous Illustrations in full color and black & white.

      New York Dodd, Mead & Co. 1914 - First Edition of "The Jessie Wilcox Mother Goose" in the Rare Publisher's Box [SMITH, Jessie Wilcox, illustrator]. The Jessie Wilcox Smith Mother Goose. A Careful Selection of the Rhymes. With Numerous Illustrations in full color and black & white. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, [1914]. First edition, second issue. Large oblong quarto (8 1/2 x 11 1/2 inches; 215 x 290 mm). With seventeen full-page plates, twelve of which are in color, including frontispiece. Many illustrations in the text. Title-page in black and blue. Publisher's full black cloth, color pictorial label on front cover. Spine lettered in white. Pictorial label with a few very small spots of rubbing. Previous owner's inscription on front free endpaper. A few instances of finger soiling. Overall a near fine copy. Housed in the rare publisher's pictorial box. Box is a bit tattered and is missing one end flap. HBS 66036. $1,250 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, ABAA]
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        Typed Letter signed, "Paul Poiret

      Paul Poiret Letter on Stationery Designed by Georges Lepape Poiret, Paul. Typed letter, signed "Paul Poiret" dated 28 April 1914. 1 page, folio (8 3/4 x 11"). Eleven lines. Written on Poiret's Ave D'Antin 26 address with woodcut logo by Georges Lepape prominently in upper left hand corner. The letter is written to M. Beaulieu, director of the Comoedie des Champs Elysses urging him to consider a Poiret protege for an advantageous part in an upcoming play. "Although she does not have the 30 years of theatre experience that would make her a star, I have advised her against accepting a part that would immediately put her on dead end tracks." Poiret asks that Beaulieu give the girl a part of "l'importance qu'elle merite..." and Poiret would be very willing to show professional courtesy for anything that Beaulieu might do for her. The only play produced at the Comoedie des Champs Elysses during this period was La Victime by Vanderem & Franc-Nohain which premiered on 5 March and continued through at least 30 May. The World War began in August, closing the theatres. La Victime was a slight and stylish "petit chef-díoeuvre dans toute l'acception du mot." It is possible that the actress who was the subject of this letter was the young Vera Vorel who acted the part of a young miss of 25 ans. Paul Poiret (20 April 1879, Paris, France - 30 April 1944, Paris) was a couturier who worked in Paris in the years before World War I. His influence is greater than any other designer of the period, and he is remembered as the premiere couturier of the entire art-deco period. Poiret dressed Ida Rubinstein, Isadora Duncan, Eleanore Duse and Sarah Bernhardt, as well as, many members of European nobility.

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        Collected Poems

      London, Max Goschen Limited,, 1914. Octavo. Original blue boards, titles to upper board and spine gilt, top edge gilt. With the dust jacket. Fore edge and prelims spotted, spine a little faded but an excellent copy in the somewhat torn and rubbed dust jacket with minor loss at the ends of the spine panel. First Edition, First Impression, First Issue, First Binding. One of a small number of copies issued by Goschen. Scarce in dust jacket.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Love Insurance. With Illustrations by Frank Shapp.

      The Bobbs-Merrill Company [1914], Indianapolis - Fine crisp copy in a very good dust jacket, also relatively bright, but with a few tiny chips at extremities and a rubbed spot at the spine panel where the price has been eradicated. Not common in jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Robert Dagg Rare Books, ABAA]
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        The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, December 30th, 1914 - Blockbuster Article Displays Evidence Against Belgium

      The International Monthly, New York 1914 - 32 pages. This issue is twice as long as previous issues due to its blockbuster treatment of "The Case of Belgium" with reproductions of documents incriminating to Belgium. Features: The (New York) "Times" in Despair; Irish Home Rule Bill; Government Control of Public Utilities, by Frank Koester; "I Protest", by Clara Viebig - one of the foremost novelists of Europe; We Demand Real Neutrality; What is an American German?, by Representative Richard A. Bartholdt of Missouri; The Case of Belgium - In the light of official reports found in the secret archives of the Belgium Government after the occupation of Brussels with fascimiles of the documents - a major article; cartoon shows a German dog being taken before an English firing squad; England's Embarrassment is Ireland's Opportunity; and more. Unmarked. Average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A beautifully sewn folk-art display piece! Future Hall of Famers Walter Johnson, Miller Huggins, and Bobby Wallace are among those depicted on this quilt sewn together with images of national flags and college seals on this oversized, almost hundred-year-old quilt

      Quilt, 54? x 72?. Twenty-seven square baseball felts were sewn together with other flannels, mostly picturing flags and college seals. Worn, soiling on verso with one tear on verso at edge, separation between Smith and J. Miller felts, some fading. Very Good condition.These 5¼-inch square flannels (catalogued B-18) were issued in 1914, wrapped around several popular brands of tobacco. Their intended purpose was to interest women in the sport, encouraging them to sew the felts together to form bed covers or blankets. There were several color combinations on the flannels for each of the ten teams; a total of 90 different players. Those used on this quilt, measuring about 4½-inch square after being sewn together, are in three rows of nine each. They include 1914 World Champion Boston Braves Hub Perdue, Tommy Griffith, and Lefty Tyler, Brooklyn Robins? Red Smith, New York Giants? George Burns and Eddie Grant, St. Louis Cardinals MILLER HUGGINS (HOF), Possum Whitted (two), and John ?Dots? Miller (two),

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        Geschichte des Prinzen Biribinker. Mit radiertem Titel und 10 Radierungen von Karl Thylmann.

      Weimar bei Gustav Kiepenheuer (Druck: Poeschel & Trepte) 1914. - M10039 8°. 19 x 15 cm. Roter Original-Bocklederband mit üppig goldgeprägtem Rücken und Vorderdeckel sowie Ganzgoldschnitt. Etwas berieben. Im ledergefaßten O-Schmuckschuber, dieser ist leicht bestoßen, mit minimalen Abriebspuren der Ledereinfassung. Der Buchrücken ist gleichmäßig lichtgehellt. Titelkupfer, 153 (7) Seiten. Innendeckel mit schönem montierten Exlibris (Laz. Goldschmidt). Bezugspapier im vorderen Innengelenk gerissen. Innendeckel und Vorsätze etwas leimschattig mit kleinster Zeichnung in Kugelschreiber links unten. Titelblatt mit Abklatsch auf der gegenüberliegenden Seite. Insgesamt gut erhalten. Nr. 166 von 310 (GA 500) numerierten Exemplaren. --- Einbanderstellung bei H. Fikentscher nach einem Entwurf von Bernhard Lorenz. Erste, handgeschnittene Fassung der Ungertype. 620

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat und Buchhandlung Carl Wegner]
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        Mother Goose. A Careful and Full Selection of Rhymes with Numerous Illustrations in full colour and black and white.

      New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1914 - Oblong quarto. Original black cloth, titles to spine in white, full colour illustration mounted on upper board, pictorial endpapers. In the original pictorial box. Very lightly rubbed with a few minor scratches to the paste-on, slightly shaken, but binding quite bright and fresh. Excellent condition. Colour frontispiece and 11 colour plates, 5 half-tone plates. First edition, first printing. A lovely copy in the original pictorial box. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Jessie Willcox Smith Mother Goose, The

      New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1914. - "The Ideal Child is the Legacy Left Us By This Remarkable Artist" First Issue, In the Scarce First Issue Box[SMITH, Jessie Willcox, illustrator]. The Jessie Willcox Smith Mother Goose. A Careful and Full Selection of the Rhymes. With Numerous Illustrations In full color and black and white by. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, [1914]. First edition, first issue (with pictorial peach endpapers with white geese and babies in mob-caps). Oblong quarto (8 1/2 x 11 3/4 inches; 215 x 299 mm.). [2] blank; 173; [3] blank pp. Twelve full-page color plates, five full-page monotone plates, and numerous line drawings throughout the text. Original black cloth, spine lettered in white, pictorial label on front cover with an additional color plate of mother Goose in straw bonnet sheltering two children under her wings. A very fine copy in the original first-issue pictorial box (with "Net $2.50") with the original glassine (fragmented) wrapper. This is the first time that we have seen a first issue in the original pictorial box (neatly repaired at corners); it has become a vanishingly scarce occasion when both are found together."The ideal child is the legacy left us by this remarkable artist" (Michael S. Schnessel, Jessie Wilcox Smith).Illustrating over forty books during her career, Jessie Wilcox Smith (1863-1935), was born in Philadelphia and studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. She later studied with Howard Pyle at the Drexel Institute of Arts and Sciences. "By 1905, her clients now included Century, Collier's Weekly, Leslie's, Harper's, McClure's, Scribners, and [The] Ladies' Home Journal."As the book and magazine commissions continued, the focus of her work began to gel. Children became more and more the subject, whether it was expose articles like 'While the Mother Works: A Look at the Day Nurseries of New York' (Century, 1902), books like the Scribners Classic edition of A Child's Garden of Verses (1905), or just a series of plates like 'The Seven Ages of Childhood' done for seven successive issues of The Ladies' Home Journal in 1908-9. Though she never married nor had children of her own, they became the center of her life and work."It was on the covers of Good Housekeeping that most people became familiar with her art. Month after month, from December of 1917 through March of 1933, a new Jessie Willcox Smith image was on the newsstands and in countless homes. She painted the universal child, but the dresses and play suits they wore helped shape the dressing habits of a generation of children". Old Mother Goose,When she wanted to wander,Would ride through the airOn a very fine gander.Jack's mother came in,And caught the goose soon,And mounting its back,Flew up to the moon.Nudelman, A39. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc.]
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        The Jessie Willcox Smith Mother Goose: a careful and full selection of the rhymes.

      NY: Dodd, Mead & Company (1914); previously c.1912, 1913, 1914 by Good Housekeeping Magazine; pictorial endpapers. This book has all points in Nudelman A39 for first issue of the first edition. Black cloth with full paste on plate of Mother Goose in straw bonnet sheltering two children under her wings, peach endpapers with white geese and babies in mob caps, 12 coloured plates and five black and white plates as issued,and numerous drawings in text ; 12x8.75 large oblong; 173 pp. - CONDITION: Good; elaborate name on first blank page verso, with small red ink spots seeping through this page and on spot on verso of ffep but not affecting pictorial endpaper. Catherine has also painted in the mob caps of two geese on the endpapers, very carefully. Cover plate w two 1/4" chips and many fine scratches & rubs, but not on children's faces; spine unreadable; bottom spine and corner tips frayed; 1.25" clean tear on frontis margin, soil on p 14 and 2" tear from gutter of facing page; loosening: crack at pp 30, light foxing on prelims but most pages are very flat and clean. Picture Book Hardcover. A real treasure, which has been read and cared for. Catherine Patricia Bray has very carefully lettered her name and the date, Dec. 25, 1914, with black and red ink in deco style. Her light pencil guidelines are still evident. See several photos of this copy on oldchildrensbooks com. ABE Heritage Seller, since 1996.Conservative AB condition grading, secure packing, international shipping. /Jessie Willcox Smith, illustrator. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Truman Price & Suzanne Price]
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        Canti orfici.

      - Marradi, Tipografia F. Ravagli, 1914, in-16 leg. novecentesca in piena tela, conservata all'interno la copertina anteriore della brossura edit. (manca la posteriore), pp. 173, [1]. Prima edizione. Esemplare in condizioni di conservazioni non ottimali: mancano il frontespizio e la carta con la dedica a Guglielmo II (ambedue censure messe in atto dallo stesso Campana su diverse copie del libro per cancellare il sottotitolo in tedesco al front., "Die Tragoedie des Letzen Germanen in Italien" e la dedica al sovrano d'uno stato divenuto nel frattempo nemico). Nastro adesivo al margine interno bianco di alcune carte. Qualche strappetto, senza perdite. L'esemplare fa parte della tiratura con le pp. da 135 alla fine con il margine basso più corto di circa 1 cm e con l'errata sull'ultima pagina ad integrazione d'un rigo parzialmente perso. Firma di possesso sul'occhietto: "Bianca Lusena, Antignano, 17 giugno 1916". Bianca Lusena fu una crocerossina per cui Campana ebbe probabilmente una passione e alla quale donò - nel giugno del 1916, nella stessa occasione in cui verosimilmente le affidò questo libro - un autografo del testo della poesia "Domodossola 1915", poi pubblicata nel "Taccuino" curato da Matacotta nel 1949 col titolo "Canto proletario italo-francese". L'esemplare presenta anche alcune sottolineature a lapis e la cesura d'un verso (sempre a lapis). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Sinbad the Sailor

      Hodder & Stoughton n.d. (ca. 1914), London - Large, thick quarto. Red cloth spine, paper covered boards wth printed label on cover and spine. 23 exquisite tipped-in illustrations in color by Edmund Dulac, captioned with tissue guards. Decorative borders throughout. Paper on cover boards heavily worn, else remarkably well-preserved internally with very little signs of wear, near fine. [Attributes: First Edition]

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      London: Hodder and Stoughton, [1914]. First edition. With 23 fine colour plates by Edmund Dulac tipped-in on cream stock with decorative borders and with captioned tissue guards, each page of text is also framed by a magnificently ornate border. 4to, publisher&#146;s original tan cloth with turquoise blue floral patterns in overall design, the upper cover lettered and embellished in gilt with pictorial designs of a ship passing a castle with minarets, the spine lettered in gilt and pictorially decorated, floral endpapers. vi, 223 pp. A beautiful and very fine copy. AN EXCELLENT COPY OF THIS WONDERFUL WORK BY EDMUND DULAC. FIRST EDITION. "In the time of Harun-er-Rashid there was, in Baghdad, a rich merchant named Sindbad the Sailor, the source of whose wealth was a mystery...." <br> Within these exquisitely decorated pages, the reader finds a monumental display of Dulac&#146;s Persian sensibility and Eastern aesthetic. Sindbad&#146;s numerous adventures, Aladdin and his Magic Lamp, The three Calenders Story, and the Sleeper Awakened Story all come to dramatic realization in these 23 jewel-like illustrations. We see the influence of Persian miniatures and Oriental and Greek primitives throughout.<br> &#147;In some of the pictures for this book, Dulac continues with the Chinese style developed for Princess Badoura the year before. In others, he reduces the scale and adds a richness of detail to create an effect similar to that seen in Persian and Indian miniature art. The pictures are generally serious, but Dulac&#146;s ever-present humor creeps in to give us the whimsical figure of the mangy camel. And always there is the Oriental inspiration.... Hence the Sindbad pictures, whether one calls them a flowering or a major outburst of Dulac&#146;s preoccupation with Eastern-Near Eastern painting, certainly are no surprise. They stand almost as a hallmark of one very persistent technique among his ever-evolving styles.&#148;-Hughey.<br> "Mr. Dulac has provided pictures which preserve to a marvel the Persian feeling" - Times Literary Supplement, Dec. 1914

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        2 autograph letters signed to Mrs. Benjamin Osgood Peirce

      1914-1926 1914 - Bridgman, Percy Williams (1881-1961). (1) Autograph letter signed to Mrs. Benjamin Osgood Peirce. N.p., n.d. [ca. January 1914]. 1 page plus integral blank. 175 x 139 mm. (2) Autograph letter signed to Mrs. Peirce. Cambridge, Mass., October 3, 1926. 1 sheet, on letterhead of Harvard University's Jefferson Physical Laboratory. 268 x 204 mm. Together 2 items. Tiny marginal tears in 1926 letter, but both letters fine otherwise.From American physicist and philosopher of science Percy W. Bridgman, professor of physics at Harvard and winner of the 1946 Nobel Prize for his discoveries made in the field of high pressure physics, to the widow of American mathematician Benjamin Osgood Peirce (1854-1914). Peirce, author of the influential textbook Elements of the Theory of Newtonian Potential Function (1886), was instrumental in developing the teaching of mathematical physics at Harvard. Bridgman, who obtained his PhD. in physics at Harvard in 1908 and was appointed an instructor in physics by the university in 1910, would have known Peirce both as a student and as a fellow faculty member.Bridgman's first letter to Mrs. Peirce, written shortly after Peirce's death on January 14, 1914, expresses his condolences in almost poetic fashion:"We hope that these flowers may not be too late with their message of our sympathy and love. They are late because we too have been passing through a deep experience, although ours had a happy ending. Our little daughter [Jane Bridgman] was born Thursday morning. It seemed to me through the long hours of waiting that birth must be very close to death itself. I am sure that now I realize a little more than I could before all that this means to you . . ."In his second letter, written twelve years later, Bridgman thanks Mrs. Peirce for sending him Peirce's Mathematical and Physical Papers 1903-1913 (1926), which had recently been published:"This is to thank you and to let you know how highly I shall prize the collection of Professor Peirce's papers which you have just sent me. You would be surprised if you knew how many times I think of Professor Peirce as I go about the Laboratory, or as I prepare my lectures in the courses which were once his; the influence which he had I shall never forget. . . . "In 1926 Bridgman had just been appointed to Harvard's Hollis Professorship of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, which Peirce had held from 1888 until his death in 1914. Dictionary of Scientific Biography. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        La Critica. Rivista di letteratura, storia e filosofia, diretta da Benedetto Croce.

      Laterza, 1914 - 1940, Bari, - Raccolta di 27 annate consecutive dal 1914 al 1940 della storica rivista bimestrale fondata e diretta da Benedetto Croce per quasi un cinquantennio (interrottasi nel 1944, venne proseguita sino al 1951 nei 20 "Quaderni della Critica"). Le annate sono legate in solida mezza tela blu e angoli, con titolo in oro al dorso e piatti cartonati in carta di Varese. Ottimo stato conservativo. Opera editoriale che ha del prodigioso, in quanto scritta per la maggior parte dallo stesso Croce (la maggior parte della sua opera si trova qui in forma pre-originale, prima della pubblicazione in volume a sé), con un nucleo di collaboratori che comprendeva alcuni dei maggiori filosofi, storici e critici della prima metà del Novecento (Gentile, Borgese, Volpe, Lombardo Radice, Omodeo, De Ruggiero, ecc.), la rivista rivestì un ruolo di assoluta preminenza e del tutto eccezionale nella cultura italiana di un cinquantennio, concorrendo in modo decisivo a sprovincializzarla e a metterla al passo con le più fervide istanze dell'intellettualità europea. Essa fu inoltre "l'unica voce libera che il fascismo fosse costretto a tollerare, data la fama internazionale del suo direttore; di qui il significato della rivista nella storia civile italiana, come simbolo di liberalismo" (Dizionario generale degli autori italiani contemporanei, I, p. 361). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autographed Letter Signed on personal stationery

      Springfield, IL, 1914. unbound. 2 pages, 11 x 8.5 inches, Springfield, Illinois, April 25, 1914. Written to American book publisher Thomas Bird Mosher, concerning the Bibelot, in part: "...Grandly enclosed fifty cents - please send me as many or few as you can spare of the Bibelot that contained the translations of The Vigil of Venus, the old Latin anonymous poem: &#39;I have loved, but they last never: Love will find us in the morn.&#39; Having been haunted by the memory of that conflict for all one year, I am acting like an honorable gentleman and sending for it outright, downright, straight forward and directly." The bizarre closing of this letter is undoubtedly a cryptic reference to his tumultuous relationship with fellow poet Sara Teasdale. In February 1914 Lindsay met Teasdale in St. Louis following a period of correspondence that dates back to February 1913. The correspondence, much of it housed in the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, sadly depicts Lindsay as trying to dominate her in every manner. Though she felt that Lindsay loved her, she often referred to him as a control freak that smothered her. Eight months after this letter was written she married Ernst Filsinger (Vachel Lindsay reading the announcement in the society column). In a sad postscript to this story, Lindsay committed suicide in 1931 by drinking a bottle of Lysol, and Teasdale killed herself two years later by ingesting a bottle of barbiturates. Signed "Nicholas Vachel Lindsay." Natural folds and gentle toning. Very good condition. American poet considered the father of modern singing poetry, in which verses are meant to be sung or chanted.

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        Through the Brazilian Wilderness

      New York: Charles Scribner&#39;s Sons,, 1914. With Illustrations from Photographs by Kermit Roosevelt and Other Members of the Expedition. Large octavo. Original brown cloth, titles to spine and upper board and top edge gilt, others untrimmed. With the dust jacket. Photogravure frontispiece and 48 half-tone plates, one folding and 2 full-page maps. Very slight wear to ends of spine, contents faintly toned. An excellent copy in the unevenly tanned and lightly rubbed jacket with a few small marks and tiny nicks, and a closed tear to the upper spine fold that has been professionally repaired. First edition, first impression. Very scarce in the dust jacket. Account of Roosevelt&#39;s "zoogeographic reconnaissance" with the Brazilian explorer Rondon to discover if the Rio da Dúvida ("River of Doubt"), flowed into the Amazon. Traversing some of the most dangerous territory of Amazonia the party was successful and the river was renamed Rio Roosevelt, sometimes Rio Teodoro, in his honour.

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        Through Siberia, the Land of the Future / by Fridtjof Nansen . Tr. by Arthur G. Chater .[ Siberien Ein Zukunftsland. English. ]

      London : W. Heinemann 1914 - Physical desc. : xvi, 477, [1] p. , 1 l. : front. , plates, ports. , 3 fold. Maps, diagrs. ; 26 cm. Subjects; Arctic regions. USSR, now CIS - Description and Travel. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the title blocked direct in gilt. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 1 Kg. 477 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Shanghai: T&#39;Usewei Printing Press, 1914 - 1926.. Two parts in eight volumes (of thirteen published through 1938 ?). Open sewn cloth backed printed boards. Heavily illustrated with hundreds of plates and facsimiles printed via chromolithograph. Extremities of boards worn, a few corners bruised, spine labels largely chipped away, volume 5 shaken, with several gatherings started, endsheets a bit dusty, a bit musty, some marginal tanning; generally a good set, the plates fresh and bright. First edition in English of this mammoth undertaking, translated from the French, with historical and explanatory notes, by M. Kennelly. The First Part (comprised of the first five volume) is devoted to Superstitious Practices; the remaining three volumes, denoted the Second Part, are devoted to the Chinese Pantheon of religious figures. Given the span of years over which the work was published, many of the extant sets are fragmentary or want later volumes. Doré served as a Jesuit missionary for over twenty years in the Kiangsu and Nganhwei provinces. His original French text began publication in 1911 as elements in the VARIÉTÉS SINOLOGIQUES, and the preface to the first volume of this English text projected completion of the French work, in eight volumes, by 1915.

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        Les Caves du Vatican, sotie par l'auteur de Paludes.

      Nouvelle Revue Française, Paris 1914 - Paris, Editions de la Nouvelle Revue Française, 1914. 2 volumes in-8, 23 x 14,5 cm, 282 (4), 293 (9) pp., portrait de Gide au vernis mou par Paul Albert Laurens en frontispice du 1er tome, brochés, couvertures orange imprimées. Edition originale, parue sans nom d'auteur (quoique le nom de Gide soit gravé dans le frontispice). Tirage à 550 exemplaires, tous sur papier à chandelle des papeteries d'Arches (n° 143). "André Gide a contrôlé de bout en bout la publication des Caves du Vatican, qu'il considérait comme la grande oeuvre de sa maturité. (.) Les caractères retenus sont ceux qui avaient été utilisés l'année précédente par Emile-Paul pour Le Grand Meaulnes d'Alain-Fournier, et l'on a apporté un soin scrupuleux à la correction des épreuves" (Vignes, Boudrot, Bibliographie des Ed. de la NRF). L'édition courante, parue peu après, sera avec le nom de l'auteur, sans le portrait, et en un seul volume. Dos insolés et rousseurs marginales au début du tome I et en fin du tome II. (NAVILLE, XLIV-79 ; VIGNES, 54) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Mele & Ci Napoli

      Ed. Ricordi, Milano, 1914 - - Affiche illustrée en couleurs de M. DUDOVICH, représentant une femme en robe, chapeau noir et rose rouge sur canapé rouge, fond bleu. Lithographie Originale toutes marges (26,3x36 cm) issue du Portefolio Ricordi à Milano, édité en 1914, comportant à l'origine 70 reproductions lithographiques de ses plus prestigieuses affiches parues en grand format de 1895 à 1914. Certaines de ces affiches sont extrêmement rares ou inexistantes si ce n'est dans cette édition. La qualité et la fraîcheur des couleurs sont à l'égal des Maîtres de l'Affiche de Chéret et Chaix pour la France. Ricordi s'est entouré des meilleurs Artistes-Affichistes de l'époque comme Cappiello, Caldanzano, Cavaleri, Dudovich, Laskoff, Metlicovitz, Mataloni, etc.L'envoi sera assorti d'un Certificat d'Authenticité.

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        Giulio Marchetti

      Ed. Ricordi, Milano, 1914 - - Affiche illustrée en couleurs de L. METLICOVITZ, représentant la cantatrice en robe verte sur fond violet. Lithographie Originale toutes marges (26,3x36 cm) issue du Portefolio Ricordi à Milano, édité en 1914, comportant à l'origine 70 reproductions lithographiques de ses plus prestigieuses affiches parues en grand format de 1895 à 1914. Certaines de ces affiches sont extrêmement rares ou inexistantes si ce n'est dans cette édition. La qualité et la fraîcheur des couleurs sont à l'égal des Maîtres de l'Affiche de Chéret et Chaix pour la France. Ricordi s'est entouré des meilleurs Artistes-Affichistes de l'époque comme Cappiello, Caldanzano, Cavaleri, Dudovich, Laskoff, Metlicovitz, Mataloni, etc. L'envoi sera assorti d'un Certificat d'Authenticité.

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        Monaco - Exposition et Concours de Canots-Automobiles - Mars-Avril

      Ed. Ricordi, Milano, 1914 - - Affiche illustrée en couleurs de Adolfo HOHENSTEIN,représentant une femme en robe et chapeau saumon conduisant un canot-automobile. Lithographie Originale (26,3x36 cm) issue du Portefolio Ricordi à Milano, édité en 1914, comportant à l'origine 70 reproductions lithographiques de ses plus prestigieuses affiches parues en grand format de 1895 à 1914. Certaines de ces affiches sont extrêmement rares ou inexistantes si ce n'est dans cette édition. La qualité et la fraîcheur des couleurs sont à l'égal des Maîtres de l'Affiche de Chéret et Chaix pour la France. Ricordi s'est entouré des meilleurs Artistes-Affichistes de l'époque comme Cappiello, Caldanzano, Cavaleri, Dudovich, Laskoff, Metlicovitz, Mataloni, etc. - Livré avec un Certificat d'Authenticité.

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        Monte Carlo - Tir aux Pigeons

      Ed. Ricordi, Milano, 1914 - - Affiche illustrée en couleurs de A. HOHENSTEIN, représentant un homme fusil sur l'épaule, spectateurs en second plan, couleurs allant du jaune au marron et noir, en bas à gauche, pigeon et cartouches. Lithographie Originale toutes marges (26,3x36 cm) issue du Portefolio Ricordi à Milano, édité en 1914, comportant à l'origine 70 reproductions lithographiques de ses plus prestigieuses affiches parues en grand format de 1895 à 1914. Certaines de ces affiches sont extrêmement rares ou inexistantes si ce n'est dans cette édition.La qualité et la fraîcheur des couleurs sont à l'égal des Maîtres de l'Affiche de Chéret et Chaix pour la France. Ricordi s'est entouré des meilleurs Artistes-Affichistes de l'époque. Il sera joint à la commande un Certificat d(Athenticité.

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      Hachette et Cie., Paris 1914 - (Horses) LES CHEVAUX. Paris: Hachette et Cie., circa 1914. First edition. Oblong 12mo - 8-13/16" x 7-1/2". Full color pictorial sewn cloth wrappers in as new condition. [16]pp. including wrappers. Pinking to the head and foot of book. The pages of the book are of the same cloth material as are the wrappers and are in lovely condition with slight foxing and offsetting to illustrations. The book is illustrated by Stanley Tyreman Berkeley with wonderful pictures of horses. The book is the French language version of Dean's Rag Book, GEE GEE BOOK (code number 56). The condition of the book is NEAR FINE. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        PAPILLONS - MACROLEPIDOTERES - Die gross-schmetterlinge des paleaarktischen faunengebietes.3. band: Die eulenartigen nachtfalter.4. band: Spannerartige nachtfalter. von L.B. PROUT.

      Verlag Des Seitz 1914 - 2 parties en 2 volumes grand in-4 ( 325 X 255 mm ) de 511 + 479 pages pour le volume de texte et deux volumes d'atlas reliés en un étui-boite comprenant 75 + 25 planches en couleurs représentant 4338 sujets pour l'atlas 1, non compté pour l'atlas 2, plein maroquin chocolat, dos à nerfs orné de filets gras et maigres, filets doré d'encadrement sur les plats, tête dorée pour le volume de texte même présentation pour l'étui-boite avec titre en long sur le dos lisse les deux volumes dans un étui bordé. 100 planches en couleurs trés finement dessinées. Trés bel exemplaire parfaitement relié de ce monumental ouvrage inégalé. papillons [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Our Mr. Wrenn. The Romantic Adventures of a Gentle Man

      New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1914. First edition. 8vo. Frontispiece. Original grey cloth gilt, rubbed, some browning and spotting of text, generally light, in custom clamshell box. Merle Johnson p 311 . Inscribed twice by Lewis to Mary Vorse O'Brien and Joseph O'Brien, the first signed only with initials, the other with an inscription "To Joe, & to Mary, (who used to make me 'write some more Mr. Wrenn') from their friend & adorer, Sinclair Lewis" Mary Vorse wrote "The Prestons", "Passaic", "Second Cabin" and "Strike." She spent most of her life in Provincetown. A very nice association copy of his second book

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        Mount McKinley and Mountain Climbers' Proofs

      Campion and Company, Philadelphia - 1914, 1st Edition. (Hardcover) Very good. 142pp. Small Quarto in original gilt lettered red 'weave' cloth, gilt top edge. Not illustrated. Lacking the tipped-in "With the compliments of the author" label. Internally a bright clean copy, rare thus, most copies are found with library stamps since the author presented many copies to libraries. Boards slightly bowed with evidence of old stain on front. Neate B16. "An attempt to resolve the conflicting claims to the first ascent, using evidence later proved to be false. Edwin Swift Balch (1856-1927) was a founding member of the AAC and climbed in the western and eastern alps .". [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tausend und eine Nacht. Arabische Erzählungen. Zum ersten Male aus dem Urtext vollständig und treu übersetzt von Gustav Weil. 4 Bde. [= kplt.].

      Berlin, Neufeld und Henius (1914).. 4°. 2 Bll., 397(2); 2 Bll., 397(3); 2 Bll., 428(2) u. 2 Bll., 324(4) S. Mit 100 Illustr. (dav. 20 farb., mont. u. 80 s/w) auf Taf. von Fernand Schultz-Wettel. Dekorative Pergament-Handeinbde. auf 4 Bünden mit abgeschrägten Deckelkanten, Rü.-titel und -verz. sowie Deckelrahmen u. -vignette in Goldprägung, Kopfgoldschnitt, farb. Kleisterpapiervorsätzen m. Goldhöhung sowie Spiegelkanten m. goldgepr. Rahmen. Bd. 1 an der vord. Rü.kante fleckig, sonst lediglich mit Stellspuren, vereinz. wasserrandig, im Text beinahe unberührt.. Kosch V, 906 (unter Fulda). Die erste Auflage dieser Ausgabe erschien ebenda 1913. Vorliegend eine - nicht als solche gekennzeichnete - Vorzugsausgabe in bibliophiler Ausstattung. Neue Ausgabe der erstmals 1837-1841 erschienenen, ersten werkgetreuen und vollständigen Übersetzung aus dem Urtext durch den deutschen Orientalisten Gustav Weil (1808-1889).

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      [Chicago: M.A. Donohue & Co., 1914]., 1914. First edition. 8vo. Original maroon cloth, gold stamping on front cover and spine, frontis., 328 pp., preface, illustrated. "In the old days, when that part of the West, stretching from the Missouri river to the Rockies, and from the Rio Grande to the British possessions, was an almost unbroken wilderness, inhabited by roaming Indians and wild animals, there came a class of men, lured by the love of adventure, who were not afraid to brave the hardships of pioneer life." This book is the story of one of those pioneers. Six Guns 365 says, "This privately printed book was written in a humorous vein, and contains some material on the Dodge City gunmen and Billy the Kid. .... I corresponded with this old-timer before his death and bought all the remaining copies of his book. It was a very scarce item until I began releasing the remainder, and it is still scarce." Herd 398 says "Scarce." The former owner, Grant H. Clayton, has made a number of penciled comments on the front endpapers, as well as underlining sections throughout the book. Additionally, laid-in is a letter to an Oklahoma City bookseller dated December 19, 1978, from Clayton requesting titles he is interested to buy. The bookseller responds in red ink to each of his questions. Former owner&#39;s business card affixed to front paste-down sheet, notations on front endpapers and throughout the text, and front cloth lightly mottled, else very good, tight copy of a difficult title. SIX GUNS 365. HERD 398. HOWES C76.

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        Uber Die Charaktere von Echiniden-Bastardlarven Bei Verschiedenem Mengenverhaltnis Mutterlicher und Vaterlicher Substanzen

      Curt Kabitzsch, Wurzburg. PAMPHLET. First Separate Edition. Offprint. Aus: Verhandlungen der Physikalisch-Medizin. Ges. zu Wu?rzburg. N. F. XLIII, Nr 2. Minor rippling to front cover. Ownership signature of Franz "Schrader" front cover. Genetics. Cytology. Rare books make Fine Gifts. Shipped in new box. Free tracking USA. Quality, Value, Experience. . Very Good. 1914.

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