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        Comedy Queens of the Georgian Era.

      London: Archibald Constable, 1916. Octavo, bound in full dark blue morocco Cosway-style binding by Bayntun. Both the front and rear panels with a double gilt fillet border around an inner border incorporating ornamental cornerpieces, upper cover set with an oval portrait miniature of an actress under glass, within an ornamental gilt border, lower cover with panel border; raised bands, gilt lettered in two compartments, a repeated ornamental panel in the rest; board edges gilt dotted, turn-ins gilt, doublures and both endpapers of dark blue watered silk, all edges gilt. Extra-illustrated with 10 additional plates. Housed in a felt-lined modern cloth box.

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        Egon Schiele. Gemälde. Aquarelle. Zeichnungen.

      4. 696 S., 2 Bl., mit 228 (84 farbigen) Tafeln und 600 Textabb., schwarzes OKalbleder mit roter Deckel- und Rückenprägung. Ecken ganz gerin berieben. Schwarzer Pappschuber. Wie neu. Eines von 200 numerierten Exemplaren der Luxusausgabe vorangebunden die beiden Originalgummischnitte "Männerkopf" und "Mutter und Kind", entstanden jeweils um 1916. Diese gedruckt auf einem Bl. handgeschöpftem Büttenpapier, sep. numeriert. Enthält ein "Kritisches Werkverzeichnis der Gemälde", Standortverzeichnis, Motivnachweis, Bibliographie etc.- Beiliegend ein gefaltetes Doppelblatt mit dem Neudruck der Tafeln 95 u. 218, "da der Auflagendruck dem Original nicht entsprach".

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        Graphische Ausstellung Emil Nolde. 51. Ausstellung März 1916 Graphisches Kabinett J. B. Neumann Berlin, Kurfürstendamm 232.

      Berlin 1916 - Berlin, 1916, ca. 22,5 x 14,2 cm, 16 Seiten, 17 schwarz-weiss Abbildungen (Schlepper, Schauspielerin, Junges Paar, Bildniß (sic!), Discussion, Schriftgelehrte, Segler, Graf von Gleichen, Frauenkopf, [ohne Bezeichnung], Eingeborener, Kaffeetypen, Junges Mädchen), illustrierte Original-Klammerheftung (Gebrauchsspuren), ordentliches Exemplar. Spalek 3932. - Raum I enthält Radierungen, Holzschnitte, Lithographien und zeichnungen aus den Jahren 1906-1910; Raum II enthält Radierungen, Holzschnitte und Lithographien aus den Jahren 1910-1913; Raum II enthält Zeichnungen aus den Jahren 1912-1916. der Katalog verzeichnet 144 Positionen. - Verlagsanzeige zu Gustav Schiefler: Das graphische Werk Emil Noldes bis 1910, Julius Bard Verlag auf der Innenseite des Hinterdeckels. Sprache: Deutsch

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        UNDINE

      London. 1916. 26x20. 4a edición. 6h+136Pág+1h. Escrito por De La Motte Fouqué y adaptada del alemán por W.L. Courtney, esta es la cuarta edición del libro de Arthur Rackham Undine publicado por William Heinemann en Londres 1916. Bellas ilustraciones de Rackham. Una gran Obra. Ref 5.6 Biblioteca A.

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        The most important Presidential Quote of all time: "I once used a phrase, to sum up our proper foreign policy: 'Speak softly and carry a big stick.'" Theodore Roosevelt explains his 'big stick' ... "I was President seven years and a half and I never spoke with wanton harshness of any nation. I always spoke softly, I was always just as nice and polite as any man could be. But I carried a big stick!"

      Chicago, Illinois: , April 29, 1916. Chicago, Illinois, April 29, 1916. 7" x 24". "Printed Speech Signed with short ALS ""Theodore Roosevelt"" in pencil, atop the first page. Eight pages 7"" x 24"", separate sheets (the last page is 7"" x 8""). The text of an address by Theodore Roosevelt at a dinner tendered by the Illinois Bar to the Honorable Theodore Roosevelt at the Hotel La Salle, Chicago, Saturday evening, April 29, 1916. These are the proof sheets of his speech sent to TR for his approval.""Dear Mr. MacChesney, Here is the speech, with a few merely verbal corrections, sincerely, Theodore Roosevelt."" Nathan William MacChesney was President of the Illinois Bar Association. In addition to his short letter, Roosevelt made 43 handwritten corrections in pencil. The speech, as edited, is printed on pages 761 - 784 in The Proceedings of the Illinois State Bar Association (Chicago: Chicago Legal News Co.,1916).From the printed text here offered, in addition to minor grammatical corrections and punctuation marks, Theodore Roosevelt's cross-outs and handwritten edits include, in bold:""And the Government while encouraging all industry, should so control it as to secure one of the things that the government encouraged should be used to secure should be what has been secured for labor in Germany, proper living and working conditions ^ for the wage workers and provisions for insurance, compensation against sickness and accident and old age."" (page 7) Also on this page, TR has changed ""trained for this particular work"" to ""developed, "" ""the system of an educational order, the small, educational order"" to ""the,"" and ""fitness of purpose"" to ""fixity."" On page 8, ""the desire to comfort ourselves by words that mean nothing"" to ""flatter.""TR's speech, in part, ""Mr. President, and my Hosts of the Illinois Bar Association: I felt it a particular privilege to accept your invitation because I was glad to have a chance, as our Methodist brethren say, to show why it is borne in on me to testify (laughter) to precisely this type of audience in this part of our common country; to address an audience of men who by advantages, by training, by practice, must inevitably play a leading part in the community; and to address such an audience in Lincoln's state, in the heart of our great country. (Applause.) And, friends of the Bar Association, questions of elective and legislative machinery, even questions of internal reform, sink into insignificance when we are confronted by the great question as to whether we are to be a nation at all or a mere knot, a tangle, of squabbling nationalities. (Laughter and applause.) Lincoln once said, speaking in this State, that the country could not endure half slave and half free; and nowadays America can not endure half hyphenated and half not. (Laughter and applause.) …""Again, such questions are necessarily of small account while in international matters all moral sanctions and standards of conduct have vanished into chaos, unless we prepare ourselves to defend the lives of our citizens and the honor and vital interests of the nation as a whole. (Applause.) … A year and three quarters have passed since the opening of the great war. At the outset our people were stunned by the vastness and terror of the crisis. We had been assured by many complacent persons that the day of great wars had ended, that the reign of violence was over, that the enlightened public opinion of the world would prevent the oppression of weak nations. To be sure there was ample proof that none of these assurances were true, and far-seeing men did not believe in them. But there was good excuse for the mass of the people being misled.""Now, however, there is none. War has been waged on a more colossal scale than ever before in the world's history; and cynical indifference to international morality, and willingness to trample on inoffensive, peace loving peoples who are also helpless or timid, have been shown on a greater scale than since the close of the Napoleonic Wars of a century ago. Alone of the great powers we have not been drawn into this struggle … I abhor unjust and wanton war. All that I honorably could do would be done to try to keep this country out of war. But I would rather see this country go to war than sink into the dreadful condition where the people do not know that there are things even worse than war. (Applause.) …""I once used a phrase, to sum up our proper foreign policy:— ""Speak softly and carry a big stick."" There was a good deal of laughter over that phrase. But it expresses a pretty sound policy all the same. (Applause.) Remember, that I was President seven years and a half and that I never spoke with wanton harshness of any nation. I always spoke softly, I was always just as nice and polite as any man could be (laughter and applause). But I carried a big stick! (Applause) … ""Condition: Printed on newsprint, the paper has the patina of age. The top page has three paper clip stains. Tiny separations occur at some of the folds, with minor chipping occurring along the edges.From the Estate of Malcolm S. Forbes."

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        Pacem. Ein Gedicht. Dreizehn Radierungen und dreizehn Texte. Mit rad. sign. Vortitel, rad. Titel und rad. Schlußvignette sowie 13 sign. Orig.-Radierungen und 13 rad. Textblättern.

      . -, Leipzig 1916 - Lose Bll. in OLwd.-Mappe mit Deckelschild. 49 : 32,5 cm. - Seltene Graphikfolge des Berliner Bildhauers, Graphikers und Schriftstellers Kurt Kluge (1886-1940); nach Auskunft des Kurt Luge Archivs in Berlin-Nikolassee wurden nur maximal 25 Exemplare dieser frühen Radierfolge überhaupt gedruckt (siehe die beilieg. Briefkopie der Witwe Clara Kluge vom 19.6.1972). Die beeindruckenden Graphiken erschienen zusammen mit den ebefalls radierten Gedichten im Jahr 1916 (Thieme/Becker verz. irrtümlich 1918) und wurden zunächst von der Kunsthandlung Beyer & Sohn vertrieben, später dann im Selbstverlag. Kurt Kluge wandte sich auf Anregung Max Klingers der Bildhauerei zu, wurde 1921 als Lehrer für Erzplastik an die Berliner Akademie berufen und gründete an der Hochschule eine bedeutende Erzguß-Werkstätte. 1938 geland ihm dann sein schriftstellerischer Durchbruch mit seinem Hauptwerk "Der Herr Kortüm". - Die vorliegende Edition besteht aus einem signierten Vortitel, dem Haupttitel, einem Widmungsblatt ("Meiner Frau"), 13 Textbll. und 13 signierten Graphiken sowie 1 Schlußvignette, sämtlich in Orig.-Radierung. Schöne breitrandige und saubere Abzüge auf unbeschnittenem, chamoisfarb. Vélin; Papierformat ca. 47,5 : 32 cm. Persönliches Widmungsexemplar des Künstlers für Walther Rathenau, zu Beginn mit vierzeil. eigh. Widmungseintrag "Herrn Walther Rathenau in großer dankbarer Verehrung. Leipzig, am 26. XI. 1917. Kurt Kluge". - Nur das Widmungsbl. etw. gebräunt, Mappe tlw. geringfüg. lädiert. - "Der entlaubte Wald ist ein schlechter Wirt, und die Herzen der Menschen sind kahl. Mein Bruder, wenn du Frieden suchst, so lebe auf Bergen, und glaube an die Unsterblichkeit." (aus den Gedichttexten)Thieme/Becker XX, 553. - Kosch VIII, 1380. 2000 g. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Die Jakobsleiter. Oratorium. Universal-Edition Nr. 6061.

      Quer-Gr.-8. 32 S. (einschl. Titel). Reataurierter, stummer HLnbd. D. Zt. m. Deckelbezug aus grauem Kleisterpapier. Rücken und Vorsätze erneuert, Deckelkanten z. Tl. stärker berieben, papierbed. durchgeh. stärker gebräunt, ges. Buchblock eselsohrig, letztes Bl. Mit unterlegtem Einriss. Erste Ausgabe Titelblatt von Arnold Schönberg sowie Wilhelm Klitsch eh. signiert. S. schuf das (unvollendet gebliebene) Oratorium für Soli, Chöre und Orchester in den Jahren 1916 bis 1917 nach einer eigenen Dichtung. - Die Signaturen entstanden wahrscheinlich nach einer Lesung des Jakobsleiter-Textes durch Wilhelm Klitsch am 21. Mai 1921, einer der letzten Veranstaltungen des Vereins für musikalische Privataufführungen (den Schönberg im November 1918 gegründet hatte, der seine Konzerttätigkeit aber aufgrund finanzieller Schwierigkeiten 1921 wieder einstellen musste). Alban Berg schrieb nach der Aufführung: "Jakobsleiter war herrlich. Klitsch hat wirklich unerhörtes geleistet und Fähigkeiten gezeigt, deren ich ihn nie für fähig hielt. ...Besuch war sehr schlecht, und Schönberg sehr deprimiert darüber."

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        Äthiopische Liturgie.

      Manuskript. 8. (15, 7 x 9, 3 cm.). 122 Bll. Mit 2 Textillustr. u. 1 gr. Diagramm. Durchgeh. beidseit. beschrieb. bzw. illustriert. Holzdeckelband d. Zt. 17-zeilige Handschrift in schwarzer u. roter Tusche auf Ziegenpergament. 2 Bll. m. kreisrunden Löchern. - Kreisrundes Diagramm, darin 13 Quadrate, die jeweils in 2 Diagonalen geteilt sind. Auf Seite 2 befindet sich eine Historie über König Haile Selassie und seiner Ernennung zum Regenten im Jahr 1916.

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        Compositio horologiorum, in plano, muro, truncis, anulo, con concavo, cylindro & variis quadrantibus, cum signorumzodiaci & diversarum horarum inscriptionibus..

      8, 4 Bl., 198 S., 1 Bl., mit Titelholzschnitt, 56 teils blattgr.Textholzschnitten (davon 4 von H. Holbein) u.Druckermarke am Schluss., Neuer Kart.-Bd. unter Verwendung eines alten Druckes., Min berieben. Innen: die beiden ersten Bl. im Unterrand angestückt, etw. randfleckig, anfangs kl. Wurmlöchlein im Text, am Schluss mit Wurmspuren im Oberrand (Kopfzeile teils m. kleinem Buchstabenverlusten) wenige Marginalienvon alter Hand. (VD 16 M 6651 - Adams M 1916 - Burmeister 49- Houzeau/L. 11349 - Zinner 1448 u. Instr. 456) -Erste Ausgabe. - Mit den blattgrossen Holbein-Holzschnitten Horologium murale (39), Zylindr. Sonnenuhr (166), Concav-Sonnenuhr (173), Nocturnal (177).

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        Eigenhändig geschriebene Postkarte. Mit Unterschrift. 18.12.1916.

      1916. 9x14 cm. (wohl erhalten).

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        Reichs-Gesetzblatt, 1916, Nr 141-292 *Exemplar der Reichspräsidenten Ebert, Hindenburg und Hitler*

      Berlin Reichsministerium des Innern, 1916 - xxvi, 1433, 168Seiten Interessante Provenienz! Stempel (mit Reichsadler) "Büro des Reichspräsidenten", dieses Buch stand also bei Friedrich Ebert, Paul von Hindenburg und Adolf Hitler im Regal, und lag wer weiss wie oft auf dem Schreibtisch.- Angestaubt, Kanten etwas berieben / bestossen, etwas muffig, papierbedingte Seitenbräunung, handschriftlicher Eintrag "Herrn Minister"// interner vermerk ESA-6366 m/' Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 3099 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Der Schatten des Körpers des Kutschers. Tausenddruck 3.

      76 Seiten (3 Blatt) mit 7 ganzseitigen zweifarbigen Collagen sowie einer Vignette von Peter Weiss. Gr.-8, gebundene Ausgabe, illustrierterter Pappband mit Schutzumschlag in illustriertem Original-Pappschuber, dieser gering gebräunt, mit leichtem Abklatsch des gelbgedruckten Teils der Collagen von Peter Weiss jeweils vor und nach dem Blatt, erste Buchveröffentlichung des Exilautors in Deutschland, EA, WG 6 KLL IX, 8480, Exemplar 893 von insgesamt 1000 Exemplaren, mit Widmung von Peter Weiss: "Für Rudolf Nissen/ von Peter Weiss/ 23/4 65". Peter Ulrich Weiss (* 8. November 1916 in Nowawes bei Potsdam + 10. Mai 1982 in Stockholm Pseudonym: Sinclair) war ein deutscher Schriftsteller, Maler, Grafiker und Experimentalfilmer, der sich in der deutschen Nachkriegsliteratur gleichermaßen als Vertreter einer avantgardistischen, minutiösen Beschreibungsliteratur, als auch als Verfasser autobiografischer Prosa wie auch als politisch engagierter Dramatiker einen Namen gemacht hatte und international anerkannt wurde. Rudolf Nissen (* 5. September 1896 in Neisse/Schlesien - + 22. Januar 1981 in Riehen) war ein deutscher Chirurg jüdischer Abstammung.

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        Portraitpostkarte mit eigenh. U. [Jena, 7. IV. 1916].

      1916. 1 S. 8vo. Mit eh. adr. Kuvert und eh. Absender. Sepiafarbenes Portrait im ¾-Profil aus dem Verlag Verlag Hermann Leiser, Berlin, Nr. 2982. - Je nach Lichteinfall etwas silbrig.

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        Unser Kaiser - unser Herzog!

      Barmen, Müller ohne Jahr (um 1916: abgedruckt: Des Kaisers Neujahrswünsche 31.12.1915). Ganzleinen, kein SU, 184 Seiten. Frakturschrift. 2 Tafeln (auf festem, getöntem Papier). Klammern leicht angerostet, ansonsten gutes Exemplar. ("Ein Volk, das in Frieden seiner Arbeit nachgehen will, denkt kaum daran, wie schnell es aus dem sicheren Port in den wilden Strudel des Krieges geschleudert werden kann und wie wichtig es dann ist, daß sein wohlgeschärftes Schwert mit Kraft und Wucht im rechten Augenblick aus der Scheide fliegt. / Nur in Zeiten höchster Not kommt es ihm zum Bewußtsein, daß ein kraftvoller Herrscherarm, der alles einheitlich ordnet und leitet, allein die Rettung des Vaterlandes herbeiführen kann. / Auch unserem Geschlecht ist es erst im Flammenschein des Weltenbrandes klar geworden, wie notwendig dem deutschen Reich ein Führerwille ist, der Spielraum zu einem selbständigen, machtvollen Handeln hat.")

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        Walter Kramme " Mangfalltal Allgäu " Ölgemälde Ölbild Detmold Lippe Bielefeld Kunsthalle ( links: ähnl. P.A. Böckstiegel , Hermann Stenner )

      Beeindruckendes Werk (es handelt sich um ein Ölbild auf Leinwand mit einfachem zeitgen. Holzrahmen). Signiert W.K. 1916. Auf dem Keilrahmen handschriftlich in blei bez. "Mangfalltal". Ölbilder von WK sind sehr selten, u.a. befindet sich eines im Besitz der Kunsthalle Bielefeld, was vom Sujet und der Auffassung her sehr ähnlich ist. Kleine Verletzungen der Oberfläche. Preis VHB.

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        Die Verwandlung.

      8, 72 S., 3 Bl., Broschur., Einband etwas gebräunt Rücken handschriftlich betitelt, Namenszug u. handschriftl. Bibliotheksnum. a. Titelblatt, Gelenk teilweise etwas gelockert, ansonsten in gutem Zustand. EA. (W/G2 3), (= Bücherei Der jüngste Tag, Nr. 22/23.) Deckelllustration von Ottomar Starke. Die erste, gegenüber dem Erstdruck in "Die Weißen Blätter", von Kafka verbesserte Buchausgabe. Auf dem Umschlag die Jahresangabe 1916. - Sehr selten.

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        Sammlung der Drucksachen des Preussischen Hauses der Abgeordneten. 22. Legislaturperiode, III. Session 1916-1917 ( später 1619 - 1918 ) Bd. I - XI ( ohne Band IX )

      Band I - VIII, Band X-XI von offenbar XI erschienenen Bänden zu den Drucksachen der Jahre 1916 - 1918 ( Band XI gibt als Erscheinungsjahr 1919 an ). Mit den Drucksachen 1 - 737b = Seiten 1 - 4760 ( Drucksache 737b die dann anschließt ist die Übersicht von den Staatseinnahmen und - ausgaben des Jahres 1916 mit XXXII, 810 Seiten. Hiernach fehlt der Band IX, die mir vorliegenden Bände X-XI beinhalten die Drucksachen 832 - 1298 = Seiten 5401 - 6803. Ob hiernach noch Bände erschienen sind zur III. Session bzw. III. Tagung ist mir nicht bekannt aber bedingt durch das Erscheinungsjahr des letzten Bandes von 1919 eher unwahrscheinlich. Mit zahlreichen Tabellen, einigen farbigen Karten. ( Drucksache Nr. 224b:" Übersichtskarten über den Russeneinfall in Ostpreußen " mit 1 großen Plan - Drucksache Nr. 250: " Denkschrift, betreffend Versuche zur Prüfung der Luftdurchlässigkeit und der Feuerbeständigkeit weicher Bedachungsarten " mit 16 Abbildungen auf 4 Tafeln - Drucksache 270e: " Karte von Groß-Berlin " Maßstab 1:25000 mit Angabe der Geschosse der Bebauung - Drucksache Nr.576 " Entwurf eines Gesetzes, betreffend die Bereitstellung weiterer Staatsmittel für die durch Gesetz vom 1. April 1905 angeordneten Wasserstraßenbauten " mit einer Karte des Entwurfs Rhein-Herne-Kanal sowie einer Graphik des Durchgangverkehrs der Schleuse I Duisburg-Neiderich in den einzelnen Monaten der Jahre 1914 - 1916. ). Goldgeprägte Ohln, 4. Einbände leicht berieben, innen Exlibris und Bibliotheksvermerke. Papier der letzten Bände stärker gebräunt. ( Gesamtgewicht ca. 32000 Gramm ) ( Lagerort LG ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available )

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        Arrangement of the Chinese Characters according to an Alphabetical System with Japanese Dictionary of 8000 Characters and List of 22000 Charakters.

      Tokyo, Kobunsha, 1916. Famous study of Russian Orientalist, Sinologist and scholar of Japanese Studies Otto Julius Rosenberg (1888 - 1919) on a system of classification of Chinese characters. Rosenberg studied from 1906 to 1911 at the Institute of Oriental Studies of the University of St. Petersburg, lectured by, among others, the founder of the Russian school of Indology, Sergei Oldenburg (1863 - 1934). During a study stay in Bonn in 1909, Rosenberg befriended Hermann Jacobi (1850-1937), the greatest Indologist and Sanskrit scholar of that time. As part of an internship at the Department of Oriental Languages (SOS) at the Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität two years later, he also befriended the German linguist and scholar of Japanese studies, Rudolf Lange (1850 - 1933). From 1912 to 1916 he studied Buddhist Literature and Tradition at the University of Tokyo. Here Rosenberg became acquainted with the then leading Buddhist Scholars of Japan. In the course of this stay, he explored the school of Zen Buddhism as one of the first Western scientists and also became an expert for Japanese and Chinese characters used in the writing of Chinese and Japanese. In 1924, his work "The problems of Buddhist philosophy" was published in German. Based on ideas of Russian Sinologist and Buddhologist Vasily Vasilyev (1818 - 1900), Rosenberg developed a method of classification of Chinese and Japanese characters. He published the results of his research in a dictionary which was published in English and Japanese and which formed the basis of the so-called "Four Corner Method", which is still employed today in the creation of Chinese and Japanese dictionaries. This volume is extremely rare and, according to the world's largest bibliographic database, WorldCat, it is only found in six libraries worldwide. The copy offered here was purchased from a Japanese private collection. Boards slightly stained (esp. back cover), otherwise good copy of an extremely rare and fragile item of considerable scientific work with regards to the disclosure of far-eastern language systems. More photos on the homepage of the Antiquarian (please enter order number on the supply side in the search field).

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        War Sketches

      1916 - HUARD, Charles. War Sketches. [New York: Wood, 1916]. Slim folio, original dark gray paper portfolio containing 20 original lithographs mounted on cardstock, title page and prospectus laid in, original slipcase. $1600.Signed limited first edition, number 101 of only 300 copies of this collection of 20 large lithographs "drawn from life on the battle front of France," each signed and numbered in pencil by Charles Huard, "one of the official painters attached to the historical section of the Musée de l'Armée."A "well-known French lithographer, etcher and illustrator, Charles Huard first worked in Paris for such journals as Le Rire and La Journal Amusant. By 1900 he had emerged as a leading illustrator and was constantly commissioned by publishers. Through such fine illustrated books as Clemenceau's Figures de Vendee and Flaubert's Bouvard et Pecuchet, as well as the monumental complete works of Balzac, Huard gained his reputation as a prime delineator of everyday life". During the First World War, he served as an artist for the French government. The etchings and lithographs he made of French military life within the war zones provide an important and lasting record of these momentous times" (Connie Peters). Includes a facsimile letter from General Niox, Director of the Musée de l'Armée to the commander of the 6th army, authorizing Huard to enter the military zone of France. Original prospectus laid in. Plates fine, title page embrowned, bottom flap of original portfolio torn with slight loss, minor splits to joints of original slipcase. A near-fine copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Edmund Dulac's Fairy Book: Fairy Tales of The Allied Nations

      Hodder & Stoughton, London 1916 - Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1916. Limited edition of 350 copies, this being no 52. Signed by Edmund Dulac on the limitation page. Book condition: good. Original cloth with gilt decoration to front and spine. Spine a little darkend with a very small hole at foot. Generally just very light soiling to boards. A little bumping to upper corners and a little creasing around rear corners at hinge. Clear tape residue and abrasions to endpapers and pastedowns, previous owner inscription to front endpaper with some crossing-out and rewriting of same. Some toning to endpapers. Very occasional light mark here and there but overall very clean. No Jacket. 15 tipped-in plates by Edmund Dulac. Includes the following tales: Snegorotchka (Russian), The Buried Moon (English), White Caroline and Black Caroline (Flemish), The Seven Conquerors of The Queen of The Mississippi (Belgian), The Serpent Prince (Italian), The Hind of the Wood (French), Ivan and the Chestnut Horse (Russian), The Queen of the Many-Coloured Bed-Chamber (Irish), The Blue Bird (French), Bashtchelik (Serbian), The Friar and the Boy (English), The Green Serpent (French), Urashima Taro (Japanese), and The Fire Bird (Russian). A quite heavy book but no additional shipping to UK destinations. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Arthur Machen autograph letter

      The secod of two Machen autograph letters I am listing. 3 page autograph letter dated Jan 10 1916 to 'My dear niece' [since Machen was an only child this would be on his wife's side. His first wife Amelia Hogg died in 1899. His second wife's niece might refer to Sylvia Townsend Warner, the author. I am afraid that there is nothing going at our shop or rather that I can help anybody to anything that is going. As you say we pay & from what I hear "in the street" [Fleet Street?] I believe we are about the only people who do pay. Can you write a persuasive letter to Cecil Ch. [Cecil Chesterton, younger brother of G.K. & editor of 'The New Witness' ] pointing out that this is the time to buy the curious things offering to be his collectors' guide? If so, the enclosed is very much at your service. I have written him a couple of articles for which he has paid me £3 a time, yours Arthur Machen. Machen appears to be referring to The Evening News, which he worked for at this time when he talks of 'our shop'. He may the well be suggesting to Warner - if she is the correspondent - that she apply to Chesterton to buy some work from her. At this time she was only just starting out as a writer. A little darkened at the margins but VG. Letters of Machen's are rare.

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        A Handbook of Arabia. Volume I General. I.D. 1128.

      London: Admiralty War Staff, Intelligence Division, May, 1916. Prepared on behalf of the Admiralty and the War Office. Octavo. Original navy blue flap-case secured with stud-fasteners (skilfully repaired), gilt lettered spine and front cover. 4 folding coloured maps in end-pocket, 15 monochrome plates from photographs. Pencilled ownership inscription on front free endpaper: "Harold Meek, Oxford, January 1940" (1922-2016), architectural historian, winner of the RIBA silver medal for his study The Architect and his Profession in Byzantium; spine toned with light wear at head and tail. An excellent copy with the stud-fastener intact. First edition of this regional survey for the armed services published "For Official Use Only"; volume II, published the following year, was concerned with detailed routes. Scarce: Copac records only five locations in British and Irish institutional libraries (BL, Oxford, Exeter, King's College London, London Library), OCLC lists around a dozen copies worldwide. "The sources from which this work has been compiled include native information obtained for the purpose since the outbreak of the war. This applies in particular to the strength and distribution of the Bedouin tribes and to their political relationships. Recent information from native sources has also been used for parts of the Red Sea littoral, such as the little-known region of Asir. The first volume of the Handbook contains geographical and political information of a general character" (preliminary Note). After general physical and social surveys there are specific chapters on the Bedouin tribes,, Hejaz, Asir, Yemen, Aden and Hadhramaut, Oman, the Gulf coast, Nejd, Jebel Shammar, the northern Nefud and Dahanah belts, and settled tribes of the west, south, and centre, the appendix comprises a system of transliteration from Arabic to English, and there is an extensive glossary of topographical terms.

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        John Wisden's Cricketer's Almanack for 1916: W. G. Grace. A Tribute by Lord Harris. Full Statistics of Mr. Grace's Career in the Cricket Field. Public School Cricket by E. B. Noel.

      London: John Wisden, 1916.. RARE ORIGINAL ALMANACK. Duodecimo, pp.300. Recently rebound in brown cloth with gilt titles and library class-mark to spine. With original browned paper covers pasted in to prelims and at rear. Large purple library stamp to title-page. Occasional smaller purple stamps elsewhere. Good overall. The rarest Wisden almanack of the twentieth century. Due to the First World War, taking pains over the matches of the 1915 season may have seemed somewhat over-indulgent, even for the sport's most ardent enthusiasts, but the long-established tradition of the almanack, as well as the death W. G. Grace made publication almost obligatory. Pardon's preface states: '... a twelvemonth back I wrote that the 'Almanack' might in its next issue have to return to the slender proportions of fifty years ago. Though not reduced to quite such an extent it is, in comparison with its normal self, a very small volume. The question of coming out at all was seriously considered, but the proprietors decided not to break the continuity of over half-a-century.'

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        Flensburg 1850 - 1919). Tochter Elsa. Aquarell und Deckfarben auf Papier, 1916. Unten rechts signiert und datiert 'J. Nöbbe. 1916'. Ca. 30 x 23 cm. Gerahmt.

      1916 - Jacob Nöbbe war nach einer umfassenden akademischen Ausbildung (u.a. bei Ludwig Richter und Julius Hübner) anerkannter Porträtmaler, später Zeichenlehrer in Flensburg, Mitglied des Ekensunder Künstlerkreises und erster Lehrer Emil Noldes (vgl. Schulte-Wülwer, Malerei in SH, S. 218 ff.).- Tochter Elsa als junge Frau mit blauem Hut und großem Blumenstrauß in der Hand.- Leicht gebräunt. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        The Harbingers. Poems by E.C. Blunden, (Late of Christ's Hospital)

      [Framfield, Uckfield, Eng.]: Privately printed, "To be had of G.A. Blunden" printed on upper cover, 1916. First edition. [4], 67 pp. 1 vols. 16mo. Original printed purple wrappers. Beautiful copy, mint as issued. In a custom gray cloth folding case with recessed compartment. First edition. [4], 67 pp. 1 vols. 16mo. Beautiful copy of Blunden's rare and fragile third book.

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        Ã„thiopische Liturgie.

      [Äthiopien ca. 1916].. Manuskript. 8°. (15, 7 x 9, 3 cm.). 122 Bll. Mit 2 Textillustr. u. 1 gr. Diagramm. Durchgeh. beidseit. beschrieb. bzw. illustriert. Holzdeckelband d. Zt. 17-zeilige Handschrift in schwarzer u. roter Tusche auf Ziegenpergament. 2 Bll. m. kreisrunden Löchern. - Kreisrundes Diagramm, darin 13 Quadrate, die jeweils in 2 Diagonalen geteilt sind. Auf Seite 2 befindet sich eine Historie über König Haile Selassie und seiner Ernennung zum Regenten im Jahr 1916.

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        Äthiopische Liturgie.

       [Äthiopien ca. 1916]. Manuskript. 8°. (15, 7 x 9, 3 cm.). 122 Bll. Mit 2 Textillustr. u. 1 gr. Diagramm. Durchgeh. beidseit. beschrieb. bzw. illustriert. Holzdeckelband d. Zt.17-zeilige Handschrift in schwarzer u. roter Tusche auf Ziegenpergament. 2 Bll. m. kreisrunden Löchern. - Kreisrundes Diagramm, darin 13 Quadrate, die jeweils in 2 Diagonalen geteilt sind. Auf Seite 2 befindet sich eine Historie über König Haile Selassie und seiner Ernennung zum Regenten im Jahr 1916. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Manuskripte, Bibel

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        The Craftsman (Volumes 1-31 complete)

      United Crafts, Eastwood, NY 1916 - Uniformly bound in beige cloth with leather labels on each volume. 31 volumes, original wraps NOT BOUND IN. A very nice, complete set of original issues of this seminal publication. Each volume's issues are bound into beige cloth with a leather label on the spine. The Craftsman was, and remains the best original reference source for the art, architecture, design and decorative arts of the American Arts & Crafts movement. Edited by Gustav Stickley, renowned designer, furniture maker, and the leading proponent for the American Craftsman style. The Craftsman is an extension of the British Arts and Crafts Movement, The Craftsman magazine was an important vehicle for promoting Arts and Crafts philosophy, as well as the products of Stickley's factory within the context of articles, reviews, and advertisements for a range of products of interest to the homemaker. Yes, this is available in digital format, but that is no substitute for the real McCoy. The tactile experience is important to understanding the era. VG, a truly lovely set with terrific shelf appeal [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Goliath and David, Poems (Association copy), 1st printing, 1916

      London: Privately Printed at the Chiswick Press, 1916. First printing. Paperback. Very Good. First edition of author's second book, published in 1916 in very small number. 8vo, plain red wraps, 20pp, about very good copy with some tiredness to the edges, faint soil, most minor paper loss at spine ends, with bookplate of Percy Withers (1867-1945) to verso of front wrap. Minor association copy: both Withers and Graves were alumni of Somerville College (Oxford), and while Withers made his living as a medic and GP, he had literary ambitions and was friendly with A. E. Housman, Yeats, Edmund Blunden, Max Beerbohm, William Rothenstein, John and Paul Nash, and Alice Meynell, and thus had plenty of chance to interact with Graves, but it is not clear that they figured strongly in each other's lives.

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        Mountain Interval

      Henry Holt and Company, New York 1916 - First Edition, First Printing SIGNED by Robert Frost on a laid in signature. The book is bound in the publisher's blue cloth with some light wear to the spine and edges. The pages are clean with some rubbing to the front endpaper. There is NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. An attractive copy SIGNED by the author. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("H. Zille"). O. O., 20. IV. [1916].

      1916. 2 SS. auf Doppelblatt. Gr.-8vo. An die Redaktion des "Ulk" zur Übersendung einer (hier nicht beiliegenden) "Zeichnung mit Text [...] bitte wegen Verbesserung um Nachricht. Habe 2 Bilder in Arbeit: Lazarett u. Im Laden, ich würde Lazarett als nächstes fertig machen [...]". - Stellenweise gering fleckig.

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        Bullets and Billets. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR

      Grant Richards, [1916]. 8vo., First Edition, with a portrait frontispiece (original tissue guard present), illustrated title, 17 plates and numerous illustrations, all by the author, in the text, some mild spotting to text and fore-edges (rather heavier on half-title and a few leaves); original red pictorial cloth, upper board and backstrip blocked and lettered in black, upper hinge starting (exposing webbing but binding wholly sound), a good copy. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR ON HALF-TITLE. Bairnsfather's first book, and the only one written and illustrated by him and published during the Great War, provides a light-hearted account of his experiences as an 'Old Contemptible'. It covers arrival France in 1914, life in the trenches in 'Plugstreet Wood' (including the notorious Christmas Truce'), the birth of 'Old Bill' and 'Fragments', and his blighty one received during the first gas attack at Second Ypres (April 1915). The sequel 'From Mud to Mufti' appeared in 1919. This is arguably Bairnsfather's most iconic title, containing several of his best-known cartoons including 'Chuck us the Biscuits', 'Shut that blinkin' Door' and, of course, 'Old Bill' himself. Signed copies are scarce. Holt, p.244.

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        Address of President Wilson

      1916 - WILSON, Woodrow. Address of President Wilson". September 4, 1916. WITH: Address of President Wilson". July 4, 1918. WITH: Typed letter signed. November 1, 1915. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1916, 1918. Together, three items. Slim octavo, original self-wrappers; pp. 5; 5; plus one typed page. Housed together in a custom cloth portfolio (typed letter is tipped to inside front cover of portfolio). $3800.First separate official printing of President Woodrow Wilson's July 4, 1918 address, signed by him and presented to English poet and playwright John Drinkwater, together with a first separate printing of the President's September 4, 1916 address, inscribed by Wilson's secretary "To Mr. John Drinkwater, with the sincere regard of Joseph P. Tumulty." Also included is a November 1, 1915 typed letter signed on White House stationery from President Wilson to Fred Yates, discussing receipt of a volume of Drinkwater's poems: "Please thank John Drinkwater very warmly for me for his generous thought of me. I shall look forward with the greatest pleasure to reading through his little volume 'Swords and Ploughshares.' What you tell me of him attracts me mightily." From Drinkwater's personal library, with his morocco bookplate and a small initialed annotation.In 1918 the 36-year-old Drinkwater was the general manager of the Birmingham Repertory Theatre"""a position that included acting, directing, and play-writing as well as the more ordinary managerial duties. By 1918, when he left Birmingham in triumph to take his own play, Abraham Lincoln, to London and thence to New York, he had played about forty parts at the new Repertory Theatre and directed sixty productions in six years" (ODNB). Perhaps during this visit Drinkwater had occasion to meet the President; he had certainly been brought to the President's attention several years before by the President's friend, the artist Fred Yates (1854-1919), recipient of the enclosed signed letter mentioning the poet. "Drinkwater returned from America in 1920 a famous man, much respected for his plays and his poetry" (ODNB).The July 4, 1918 Address, which Wilson has signed, revisits America's struggle for independence and liberty and makes clear the President's resolve to see the nation's involvement in the First World War through to victory: "There can be but one issue. The settlement must be final. There can be no compromise. No halfway decision would be tolerable." Wilson makes clear the "ends for which the associated peoples of the world are fighting and which must be conceded them before there can be peace": 1. the destruction of every arbitrary power that can disturb the peace of the world; 2. the settlement of every question of territory, sovereignty, or political arrangement based on the free acceptance of the people involved; 3. the consent of all nations to conduct themselves "by the same principles of honor and of respect for the common law of civilized society"; 4. the establishment of an organization of peace to make certain "that the combined power of free nations will check every invasion of right." "What we seek is the reign of law, based upon the consent of the governed and sustained by the organized opinion of mankind." The war would drag on for another four months, finally ending on November 11, 1918. The September 4, 1916 Address, inscribed to Drinkwater by Wilson's secretary Joseph Tumulty, delivered before the U.S. had entered the First World War but while it had already been raging for two years, is a speech "on the occasion of the acceptance by the War Department of a deed of gift to the nation". of the Lincoln birthplace farm at Hodgenville, Kentucky." Tumulty served as Wilson's private secretary from 1911 to 1921. With Drinkwater's morocco-gilt bookplate on portfolio, as well as an initialed annotation in his hand, "Inserted is a letter from W.W. to Fred Yates, who had sent him my poems. J.D." The typed letter is tipped to the portfolio.A bit of minor edge-creasing [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        The Book of the Homeless. (Le Livre des Sans-Foyer).

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1916. 160p, illustrations, facsimiles. 13"x10". First edition. Bluish green cloth back and gray paper boards; titling in gilt on the front cover and spine. Portfolio of bluish green cloth sides and gray paper board. Printed by D. B. Updike at the Merrymount Press. The colophon states: "Of this book, in addition to the regular edition, there have been printed and numbered one hundred and seventy-five copies deluxe, of larger format. Numbers 1-50 on French hand-made paper, containing four facsimiles of manuscripts and a second set of illustrations in portfolio. Numbers 51-175 on Van Gelder paper." This is copy 37/50 copies deluxe on French hand-made paper signed by D.B. Updike, with the facsimiles, and with the portfolio of twenty two prints. With the introduction by Theodore Roosevelt. With original contributions from many of the leading artists and writers of the day, all solicited by Wharton to create a book to help finance her war efforts on behalf of the French refugees streaming into Paris; including Rupert Brooke, Paul Claudel, Jean Cocteau, Joseph Conrad, John Galsworthy, William Dean Howells, Thomas Hardy, Henry James, W. B. Yeats, George Santayana, Igor Stravinsky, Léon Bakst, Max Beerbohm, Charles Dana Gibson, Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Rénoir, Auguste Rodin, and John Singer Sargent. Wharton was disappointed that Rudyard Kipling did not contribute. The book was a success at publicizing her campaign for the homeless. What was an equal success was the auction after publication of the original art work and manuscripts. "It was undoubtedly the most prestigious of the memorial books produced during the war and received excellent press coverage and reviews. The New York Times Book Review observed that its famous contributors 'have given their best' " (from Shari Benstock's Edith Wharton: A Biography). For a fascinating account of the production of the Book of the Homeless, see Alan Price's "The Making of Edith Wharton's The Book of the Homeless." A former library copy with marks professionally removed or reduced. Bottom cover rubbed; minor spotting of the end papers; still a very good copy of this rare deluxe printing with the very rare portfolio of prints in occasional foxing in very good condition. Photographs on request. [Garrison: D1.1.a]

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        Orig. oliemaleri på træ: Kystparti.

      Signeret B. Nyrop 1916. 23x32 cm. I I træramme [36x44 cm.]. Børge Nyrop udstillede på Charlottenborg gennem mere end 30 år i alt knapt 80 malerier, de fleste landskaber, men også enkelte portrætter og flere genremalerier med bl.a. arbejdermotiver. Malerierne viste en teknisk dygtighed og forståelse for lysets betydning, især ses det i de tidlige arbejder. N. var en udpræget naturalist af den gamle skole, og især hans landskaber var populære i tiden. [Weilbach].

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        The Allies Fairy Book

      London: Heinemann, 1916. First Edition, No. of 525 copies signed and numbered by the author. 12 full-page mounted color illustrations, 24 in black and white, pictorial endpapers, by Arthur Rackham. 4to. Pictorial blue buckram stamped in gilt. Slightest rubbing, endleaves lightly foxed, else fine. Rackham, Arthur. First Edition, No. of 525 copies signed and numbered by the author. 12 full-page mounted color illustrations, 24 in black and white, pictorial endpapers, by Arthur Rackham. 4to.

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        Moko Shurai Ekotoba

      Fuzoku Zaga Kankokai 1916 - Facsimile edition of a famous 13th century Japanese scroll which recorded the Mongol invasions of Japan in 1274 and 1281. 3 v. complete. Not originally for sale. Some wear to the cover, esp. the edges. Coloured woodblock printing. Edited by Kubota Beisai. Japanese binding. Text in Japanese. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Stampkraft Mother Goose and Other Rhymes

      United Art Publishing Company, 1916 Oblong 4to, cloth backed pictorial boards, very good. Front cover cracked at hinge but still attached. Interspersed throughout the text are blank rectangles in the center of which the reader is to affix the corresponding stamp. In this copy all of the stamps have been affixed, and thus are complete. Wonderfully illustrated by an unknown hand with the b&w's in text. Quite scarce. Precedes the 1919 Barse edition.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket.

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        Alpina. 37. Jhg. 1911 bis 42. Jhg. 1916 [jew. kmpl., 6 Bände / 6 Volumes]. Zentralorgan des Schweizerischen Logenbundes / Organe central de l`Union des Loges Suisses.

      Bern, Büchler & Co. Buchdruckerei, 1911-1916. - 276 S. / 280 S. / 286 S. / 270 S. / 276 S. / 284 S., jew. mit mehreren Abb. u. Anzeigen, alle mit voranstehendem Jhgs.-Titel u. -Inhalt, 4°, Silbergepr. illus. O-Leinen Text in deutsch u. französisch / Text in German u. French. - Enthält v.a. kleinere Beiträge, zum Logenbund, einzelnen Logen oder Freimaurern, Vereinigungen, Versammlungen, Feiern, Reden, Arbeitskalender, Gedichte, Literatur etc. sowie bezüglich des (beginnenden) 1. WK., aber auch einige längere Texte, so z.B.: D. Bischoff: Der freimaurerische Gedanke; Göldi: Ein Blick in die Werkstatt des Monismus; Friedrich Wielandt: Das Verhältnis der Frau zur Loge; Anton Stiffler-Hämig: Der Freimaurerbund u. die Politik; Walther Gimmi: Etwas über Toleranz; Hermann B. Ritz: Die drei grossen Lichter; E. Künzli: Prentice Mulford der pietätlose Träumer u. Optimist; W. Klinke: Pestalozzi u. die Illuminaten; Karl Weiss: Die gefahrdrohende Macht der Gegenwart u. die Freimaurerei; Adolf Saager: Der Krieg u. wir!; Oswald Wirth: Die Friedensbestrebungen der französischen Freimaurer; Stambach: Aus Logenreden. - Interessant v.a. die verhältnismässig zahlreichen Fotos, die v.a. Mitglieder u. Tempel (der ganzen Welt) zeigen. - Die franz. Beiträge sind zumeist andern Inhalts als die deutschen! - Schöne Expl. mit nur geringfügigen Mängeln, papierbedingt gebräunt / Nice copies with just few signs of its age, little browned paper.

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        WATER BABIES

      - (SMITH,JESSIE WILLCOX)illus. THE WATER BABIES by Charles Kingsley. NY: Dodd Mead (1916). Thick 4to (8 x 10 1/8"), green gilt cloth, round pictorial paste-on, AS NEW IN ORIGNAL PUBLISHER'S GLASSINE AND BOX WITH MOUNTED COLOR PLATE (box VG condition, slightly rubbed and light soil). 1st edition. 2nd issue with plain endpapers. An absolutely stunning copy of this classic, illustrated by Smith with cover plate, 12 large color plates plus beautiful black and green illustrations throughout the text. This is an uncommonly fine copy, rare in box. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Water-Babies

      Dodd, Mead and Company, 1916, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, 1st edition Thus, Illustrated By: Smith, Jessie Willcox. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall, Copyright date 1916, 1st thus edition. Original green clothover boards with circular pictorial label on front. Light wear to cloth, front hinge cracked, previous owner's name on endpaper a scratch on the lower front cover; very good. One of the illustrators most desirable works. Text and illustrations are bright and clean, bindings are secure, a solid collectible book, Collectible

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        Limehouse Nights: Tales of Chinatown

      Grant Richards Limited, London 1916 - As new, tight book in original brown cloth, title and author stamped in brown, with bright pages and sharp text. Wrapped in custom-made dark brown just jacket and matching book box. Limehouse nights, Burke’s first book, is a collection of short stories about life in the poverty-stricken Limehouse district of London. Queens Quorum 58 and a Haycraft Queen Cornerstone. Incredibly rare in such excellent condition! [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        El Descubrimiento de si mismo. Cartas a Julio que tratan de cosas muy importantes para los artistas

      Tarrasa, La Industria- Morral & Co. 1916 - 83 páginas. Rarísima y desconocida primera edición de este libro fundamental de Joaquín Torres-García. Esta edición es absolutamente desconocida. Solo se conocen otros tres ejemplares, uno en la Biblioteca Nacional de Cataluña, otro en la Biblioteca Municipal de Tarrasa, y un tercero en el archivo de Cecilia de Torres en Nueva York (la tirada fue de 300 ejemplares). El Archivo del Museo Torres-García y la Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid no tienen ejemplares de esta edición. Esta rareza ha hecho que hasta hace muy poco se considerara la primera y única edición la de 1917 en Gerona, con la famosa cubierta realizada por el artista. La presente edición de 1916 posee una cubierta diferente de línea modernista. Tal como apunta en el colofón , el libro terminó de escribirse en su casa de Mon Repós en Tarrasa el 15 de junio de 1916. De ahí que esté impreso en dicha localidad. Este es un libro absolutamente fundamental en la trayectoria del artista. Torres-García presenta en este libro por primera vez el giro que dio su arte y su pensamiento en 1916. Con la llegada a Barcelona de los artistas extranjeros huyendo de la Guerra Europea (Los Delaunay, Charchoune, Picabia, Barradas), el arte de Torres-García se aleja de la estética Noucentista y se acerca a posiciones más vanguardistas. En este libro anima a los artistas buscar su arte en si mismos y a proponer arte más moderno y personal. Es su primer libro escrito en castellano (los anteriores están en catalán), lo que confirma que su distanciamiento del noucentismo no se refiere solamente a un sentir estético, sino personal. Las críticas recibidas desde las posiciones más tradicionalistas a los frescos del Salón de Sant Jordi y sus diferencias con Eugenio D'Ors le animan a buscar nuevos horizontes, que a la larga le llevarán a Nueva York en 1920. Julio R. Payro, el destinatario de estas cartas, fue un periodista argentino con el que el artista compartió una gran amistad. Payró le consiguió el encargo de los frescos para el pabellón de Uruguay en la gran exposición internacional de Bruselas en 1909. Posteriormente escribió varios textos acerca del artista, destacando el publicado en Madrid en 1934 junto a Guillermo de Torre en una de las primeras monografías publicadas sobre Torres-García. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed "D.M." to the American pianist, educator, composer, and arranger Livingston Gearhart

      "A pioneer in the use of percussion, polytonality, jazz and aleatory techniques, [Milhaud's] music allies lyricism with often complex harmonies. Though his sources of inspiration were many and varied, his music has compelling stylistic unity." Jeremy Drake in Grove Music Online. "Gearhart (1916-1996) is probably best known for his hit arrangement of the classic 'Dry Bones' and his 'Session Series' of skills-building books. Gearhart attended the Curtis Institute of Music. Subsequent studies in France included composition with Nadia Boulanger, Igor Stravinsky, Darius Milhaud and piano with Robert Cadadesus and Isodor Philipp. During 1941 to 1954, the two-piano team of [Virginia] Morley and Gearhart performed over 2000 concerts throughout the US and Canada in addition to recording for Columbia Masterworks and Decca Records. Gearhart also made numerous TV and radio appearances on the Fred Waring Show, for which he wrote as staff arranger... In 1955 Gearhart joined the University of Buffalo Music Faculty, retiring to Professor Emeritus status in 1985." halleonard.com.. 1 page. Folio (ca. 279 x 215 mm.). N.d. In English. Milhaud very enthusiastically thanks Livingston for his "kind collaboration," and will send a 2-piano version of some of his Songs as soon as it is photocopied. He includes greetings for Livingston's wife, Virginia Morley, for whom his Song arrangements are presumably also intended. He will come in December, and hopes to see Livingston often. "10000000 thanks. You acted very wonderfully and I jumped on my desk and made a 2 pianos version of three numbers of my Songs which I intended to do for months... I think you will like those little pieces. The Russian-River-Pianist asked me only the rights of the 1st performance and no exclusivity. You will be able to play 'his' piece after January if you wish... I am too glad to send you new old pieces because you [and Virginia] are both artists that I love and admire..." Slightly worn; minor edge tears; creased at folds and corners; tape repairs to central fold of blank verso with minor remnants of former mount to upper margin.

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