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        Wenn Ich In Mein Gartchen Geh ( When I Go Into My Garden )

      George W. Dietrich , Munich 1917 - Alte und Neue Kinderreime Fur KInder. In German. ( Old and New Nursery Rhymes for Children, Chosen by Stora Max.) Special Limited Edition, No. 19 of 150 Leatherbound Copies. ((Stuck-Villa catalog No.468.) Originally published in London in 1913, titled "Mother Goose Rhymes". 13 color plates, including frontispiece, 80 B&W illustrations in-text. Tipped-in plates have lace-like tissue guards, with overall gilt pattern. On laid paper, top edges gilt. Clean and tight, no markings or writing. The loose front and rear endpapers have narrow brown edging, which has transferred to opposite front and rear inner board. The limitation page is in the rear, after the index. Binding is in bright green leather, gilt-edged, clean and bright, spine is sunned and faded to light brown. ( Photos on request.) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sinclairs Notizbuch.

      8, 108 (4) S., 4 farb. Abb., HLwd. goldgeprägtem Rücken, Kanten etwas berieben, innen sauber EA. (W/G2 127), Nr. 24 von 100 Ex. (insgesamt 1100 Exemplare der Luxusausgabe) Das Impressum und die 4 farbigen Abbildungen vom Autor signiert. - Vorwort: Die Aufsätze und Dichtungen dieses kleinen Buches sind in den Jahren 1917 bis 1920 geschrieben, und die Mehrzahl von ihnen ist damals in Zeitungen und Zeitschriften unter dem Pseudonym Emil Sinclair erschienen, unter welchem ich damals den Roman Demian erscheinen liess...

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        Op. 22]. Vier Lieder op. 22 für Gesang und Orchester Vereinfachte Studier- und Dirigierpartitur (Hiezu ein Vorwort). [Short score]

      Universal-Edition [PN U.E. 6060], Wien. Leipzig 1917 - Oblong folio. Original publisher's green printed wrappers. [i] (title), [ii] (table of contents: the four songs with credits for their texts and specification of performing forces), [iii]-[iv] (preface by Schoenberg), 5-16 pp. Printed footnote to first page of each song (pp. 5, 10, 12-left corner; p. 15-right corner) and with "Stich und Druck von F.M. Geidel, Leipzig" to right of p. 5.Titling of upper wrapper identical with title. The preface, "Die vereinfachte Studier- und Dirigier-Partitur," explains the experimental layout of the score, which is basically a short score.Browned; slightly worn; dampstained at upper margin; to center of upper edge. First Edition, first issue of the complete cycle. Rare. Rufer (Engl.) pp. 40-41. Ringer p. 314. Tetsuo Satoh pp. 15-16. According to the website of the Arnold Schönberg Center, Vienna, the second issue (1920) is printed on paper of better quality and slightly larger format (259 x 337 mm vs. 264 x 337 mm).The second of the songs, "Alle, welche die suchen," was published previously in the avant-garde periodical Zeit-Echo: Ein Kriegs-Tagebuch der Künstler, vol. 14 (Munich-Berlin: Graphik-Verlag, 1915), pp. 206-09. The Four Songs of op. 22 were Schoenberg's last composition before his seven-year hiatus as a composer, which ended only with his development of dodecaphony. They are set to texts by Ernest Dowson (1867-1900), in German translation by Stefan George (1868-1933) and Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926). The title does not specify a register for the vocal part, but a soprano is implied."Schoenberg's 'simplified score for study and conducting' is supposed to resemble, in its appearance, a piano reduction for two or four?if necessary, also for six or eight?hands. The simplified notation of an orchestral score, however, is not the result of a [similar] simplification of the orchestra. The fact that similar sonorities are written in completely different ways makes reading more difficult, and Schoenberg never reverted to this manner of notation." Agnes Grond, website of the Arnold Schönberg Center, Vienna. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: J & J LUBRANO MUSIC ANTIQUARIANS LLC]
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        [Op. 22]. Vier Lieder op. 22 für Gesang und Orchester Vereinfachte Studier- und Dirigierpartitur (Hiezu ein Vorwort). [Short score]

      Wien... Leipzig: Universal-Edition [PN U.E. 6060], November 7, 1917. Oblong folio. Original publisher's green printed wrappers. [i] (title), [ii] (table of contents: the four songs with credits for their texts and specification of performing forces), [iii]-[iv] (preface by Schoenberg), 5-16 pp. Printed footnote to first page of each song (pp. 5, 10, 12--left corner; p. 15--right corner) and with "Stich und Druck von F.M. Geidel, Leipzig" to right of p. 5. Titling of upper wrapper identical with title. The preface, "Die vereinfachte Studier- und Dirigier-Partitur," explains the experimental layout of the score, which is basically a short score. Browned; slightly worn; dampstained at upper margin; to center of upper edge. First Edition, first issue of the complete cycle. Rare. Rufer (Engl.) pp. 40-41. Ringer p. 314. Tetsuo Satoh pp. 15-16. According to the website of the Arnold Schönberg Center, Vienna, the second issue (1920) is printed on paper of better quality and slightly larger format (259 x 337 mm vs. 264 x 337 mm). The second of the songs, "Alle, welche die suchen," was published previously in the avant-garde periodical Zeit-Echo: Ein Kriegs-Tagebuch der Künstler, vol. 14 (Munich-Berlin: Graphik-Verlag, 1915), pp. 206-09. The Four Songs of op. 22 were Schoenberg's last composition before his seven-year hiatus as a composer, which ended only with his development of dodecaphony. They are set to texts by Ernest Dowson (1867-1900), in German translation by Stefan George (1868-1933) and Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926). The title does not specify a register for the vocal part, but a soprano is implied. "Schoenberg's 'simplified score for study and conducting' is supposed to resemble, in its appearance, a piano reduction for two or four--if necessary, also for six or eight--hands... The simplified notation of an orchestral score, however, is not the result of a [similar] simplification of the orchestra... The fact that similar sonorities are written in completely different ways makes reading more difficult, and Schoenberg never reverted to this manner of notation." Agnes Grond, website of the Arnold Schönberg Center, Vienna.

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        [Op 22] Vier Lieder op 22 für Gesang und Orchester Vereinfachte Studier- und Dirigierpartitur (Hiezu ein Vorwort) [Short score]

      Wien... Leipzig: Universal-Edition [PN U.E. 6060], 1917. First Edition, first issue of the complete cycle. Rare. Rufer (Engl.) pp. 40-41. Ringer p. 314. Tetsuo Satoh pp. 15-16. According to the website of the Arnold Schönberg Center, Vienna, the second issue (1920) is printed on paper of better quality and slightly larger format (259 x 337 mm vs. 264 x 337 mm). The second of the songs, "Alle, welche die suchen," was published previously in the avant-garde periodical Zeit-Echo: Ein Kriegs-Tagebuch der Künstler, vol. 14 (Munich-Berlin: Graphik-Verlag, 1915), pp. 206-09. The Four Songs of op. 22 were Schoenberg's last composition before his seven-year hiatus as a composer, which ended only with his development of dodecaphony. They are set to texts by Ernest Dowson (1867-1900), in German translation by Stefan George (1868-1933) and Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926). The title does not specify a register for the vocal part, but a soprano is implied. "Schoenberg's 'simplified score for study and conducting' is supposed to resemble, in its appearance, a piano reduction for two or four?if necessary, also for six or eight?hands... The simplified notation of an orchestral score, however, is not the result of a [similar] simplification of the orchestra... The fact that similar sonorities are written in completely different ways makes reading more difficult, and Schoenberg never reverted to this manner of notation." Agnes Grond, website of the Arnold Schönberg Center, Vienna.. Oblong folio. Original publisher's green printed wrappers. [i] (title), [ii] (table of contents: the four songs with credits for their texts and specification of performing forces), [iii]-[iv] (preface by Schoenberg), 5-16 pp. Printed footnote to first page of each song (pp. 5, 10, 12-left corner; p. 15-right corner) and with "Stich und Druck von F.M. Geidel, Leipzig" to right of p. 5. Titling of upper wrapper identical with title. The preface, "Die vereinfachte Studier- und Dirigier-Partitur," explains the experimental layout of the score, which is basically a short score. Browned; slightly worn; dampstained at upper margin; to center of upper edge.

      [Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC]
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        Complete Atlas of China - Containing separate Maps of Eighteen Provinces of China Proper on scale of 1:3,000,000 and Four Great Dependencies on the scale of 1: 7,500,000 together with Index to all Names on Maps Latitude and Longitude of each Place

      The China Inland Mission. Hardcover. China Inland Mission; London, 1917. Hardcover. Second edition. Good, small red bleed from spine cloth to page edge, into margin only, to 1st half of book else light general foxing/use w/previous owners name/place [H C Faxon, Peking], maps all accounted for. Fo[folio or approx. 12 × 19 inches], V-22 pp. maps, 16 pp. index, with 22 double page colour maps. We pack securely and ship daily with delivery confirmation on every book. The picture on the listing page is of the actual book for sale. Additional Scan(s) are available for any item, please inquire. . Good. 1917.

      [Bookseller: Mark Lavendier, Bookseller]
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        Fight or Buy Bonds. Third Liberty Loan

      Boston: Forbes, 1917. Original poster. Lithograph. Measures 30 x 40". This beautifully-rendered World War I-era poster is a fine example of the work of Howard Chandler Christy, one of the foremost illustrators of wartime posters in the US. This poster features one of the artist's typical "Christy Girls" waving an American flag with a backdrop of storming troops behind her. The scene is rendered in a watercolor-like style that likely contributed greatly to the poster's effectiveness in motivating American citizens to support the war effort.<br><br>The poster was released by Third Liberty Loan, which was the largest fund-raising effort in American history to that date. The poster is in good condition with minor edge wear near the top right edges. Fold along center of poster. A lovely example of Christy's work and an icon of the World War I era.<br><br> Howard Chandler Christy (1873-1952) was an American magazine illustrator who gained a reputation for military scenes thanks to pictures he made during the Spanish-American War. His World War I posters were incredibly popular as well, particular in his distinct depiction of charming women with strong values.

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        Carnet d'un permissionnaire

      Paris: Chez Devambez]. 1917. First. First edition. Text by Roger Boutet de Monvel. Illustrations by Guy Arnoux. Oblong 16mo. Stitched illustrated wrappers. Chipping and dampstaining pretty much contained to the wrappers, which are detached, thus good only, internally about fine. Wonderfully satiric text with 11 illustrations in color inspired by World War One. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Rhododendrons

      1917. First Edition . Signed. MILLAIS, John Guille. Rhododendrons. WITH: Rhododendrons, Second Series. London: Longmans, Green, 1917, 1924. Two volumes. Tall folio, original maroon cloth gilt. $3800.Limited first editions, number 214 and 114, respectively, of only 550 copies each, together copiously illustrated with 114 plates, 34 in color. Signed by Millais on both title pages and dated 1928, with the prospectus for the second series laid in.Son of the well-known Sir John Everett Millais, President of the Royal Academy, John Guille Millais was noted for his animal and botanical drawings. This wonderful two-volume set lists all known species of the genus Rhododendron (including Azaleas) and 484 hardy hybrids raised in Europe at that time. Prospectus for the second series laid in. Nissen II:1369. See Houfe, 230. Prospectus slightly foxed. An impressive production in excellent condition.

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        Munitions Design Commitee, Small Arms Section December 1915 to August 1917

      - 4to., unpaginated 200+ pages, 228 minutes recorded, some just a paragraph others several pages with a 4 page index and 6 page manuscript additions. A variety of weapons are designed and covered including Lewis machine Guns, ammunition, sights mountings, rifles, bayonets, Vickers guns etc., (A digital photograph of the index can be sent on request). The whole is bound in the original cloth binding, paper title label to upper cover, head and tail of spine worn and rubbing to corners. The name Colonel G.H.SD. Brown written on top margin of many of the reports and occasional notes and numbers written to margins. Colonel Browne was chairman of many of the meetings. A rare and important research item of the weapons of WWI

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        Applied Motion Study

      1917. First Edition . Signed. GILBRETH, Frank B. and GILBRETH, L.M. Applied Motion Study. A Collection of Papers on the Efficient Method to Industrial Preparedness. New York: Sturgis &amp; Walton, 1917. Octavo, original burgundy cloth. $2200.First edition, presentation copy, of this important work on industrial efficiency, inscribed to the first United States Secretary of Commerce: “For Secretary Redfield with the compliments of Frank B. Gilbreth. Oct. 19, 1917.”Perhaps best known for their portrayals in the book and movie Cheaper by the Dozen, husband and wife team Frank and Lillian Gilbreth were, in real life, pioneers of efficiency study and management. Frank Gilbreth, though lacking formal education, was an inventor and management engineer. Lillian, on the other hand, was highly educated as a psychologist and an industrial engineer. Indeed, she was one of the first working women engineers to hold a Ph.D. Together, they pioneered the field of scientific management, making great strides in the area of efficiency. This work concentrates on the way that worker output can be maximized by eliminating wasteful activity and implementing routine. The book was inscribed to the first Secretary of Commerce, William C. Redfield. Redfield was an iron and steel executive and author of a book, The New Industrial Day. GilbrethÂ’s work was central to the RedfieldÂ’s professional life in all of his roles, as GilbrethÂ’s main focus was on generating maximum output and profits through his motion study. Ex-libris Library of Congress with associated stamps and bookplates, as well as evidence of pocket and spine label removal.Interior generally fine, only slightest rubbing to cloth. A near-fine copy, most desirable inscribed and with such an interesting association.

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        The EDITH CAVELL NURSE From MASSACHUSETTS. A Record of One Year's Personal Service with the British Expeditionary Force in France. Boulogne - The Somme. 1916 - 1917. With an Account of the Imprisonment, Trial, and Death of Edith Cavell.; Plus Small Lot of Related Ephemera.

      Boston: W. A. Butterfield, (1917). xiii, [3], 95, [1 (blank)] pp. "Correspondence" - 15, [1] pp.Frontis. Facsimile. Internal plate. 16mo. 7" x 4-3/4". "Correspondence": 13" x 8-3/8" VG+/VG (some light soiling/bit of edge chipping). Postcards generally VG. Photograph - spots of browning, VG; envelope - worn, About VG. "Correspondence" - light age-toning, VG.

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        Gesammelte Arbeiten über Prothesenbau, Zeitschrift für Orthopadische Chirurgie, XXXVII band mit 750 Textabbildungen

      Gesammelte Arbeiten über Prothesenbau, Zeitschrift für Orthopadische Chirurgie, XXXVII band mit 750 Textabbildungen 1917 - 833pp [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        PISTOLS FOR TWO.

      New York:: Knopf,. 1917.. First edition. Written with George Jean Nathan. SIGNED by Mencken on front endpaper, "to George W. Myers Jr." A small pamphlet--paperwraps printed in black. Plain spine a little faded and small portion at bottom (about 1/8 inch) missing. Cover just starting to separate a bit at ends. Otherwise very good with corners a little worn. Scarce signed. .

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        Ein Landarzt. Kleine Erzählungen.

      8, 198 S., 2 Bl., HLdr. m Kopfgoldschnitt u. goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, Lesebändchen., Deckel berieben, minimale Wasserränder, partiell gebräunt, kleine Fehlstelle am Rückenfuss fachfrauisch repariert, ansonsten sauberes Exemplar. (W/G2 6). Raabe 146.6. - Die Erzählung Der Landarzt entstand im Jahr 1917 und wurde 1918 erstmals in Die neue Dichtung - Ein Almanach des Kurt Wolff Verlags veröffentlicht. Sie war namensgebend für den vorliegenden Erzählband, in dem sie neben dreizehn weiteren Prosatexten enthalten ist.Mit beiliegendem, beiliegendem Waschzettel für Der Jüngste Tag.

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        The Complete Writings of O.Henry, With illustrations by Gordon Grant.

      New York: Doubleday, Page and Company, 1917 - In 14 vols. Memorial Edition. Edition de luxe. This edition is strictly limited to ten hundred and seventy-five copies, numbered and registered. This is no.14. Vol.1 with an engraved vignette edition leaf signed by the publisher, an original O.Henry manuscript tipped in (which is the yellow paper he always used, writing with pencil), one of a frontis.signed by Gordon Grant, and a hand coloured illus.plate by Grant facing to title page. Uniformly bound in full red morocco, raised bands, richily gilt, gilt decorated red and blue morocco doublures, t.e.g. Bound by Stikeman & Co., N.Y. Frontis.of each vol.in two states, one is b/w, another is coloured, and plates of each vol.in two states, b/w and sepia. Vols.1-12 with 3 plates in two states in each vol. (one of sepia plates in vol.8 missing). Vol.13 with two facsimiles of original MS letters and a cartoon by O.Henry in two states. Vols.13 and 14 with frontis.portraits of O.Henry in two states, b/w and coloured. Each vol.: Boards sl.stained at their center. Boards and spine sl.rubbed at corners. Edges sl.foxing. Vol.2: a rear flyleaf (facing to past down) light stained. Vol.8: a line stained to rear board. A sepia plate facing to p.86 missing (a plate of same picture in b/w is remained). An Attractive set. 23.5x16cm. (contens as follows: Vol.1. Cabbages and kings; Vol.2. The four million; Vol.3. The trimmed lamp; Vol.4. Heart of the West; Vol.5. Voice of the city; Vol.6. The gentle grafter; Vol.7. Roads of destiny; Vol.8. Options; Vol.9. Strictly business; Vol.10. Whirligigs; Vol.11. Sixes and sevens; Vol.12. Rolling stones; Vol.13. Wind of destiny; Vol.14. Waifs and strays, twelve stories, together with a representative selection of critical and biographical comment.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Cruise of the Corwin

      HOUGHTON, BOSTON AND NEW YORK 1917 - Has a clear protective cover. Cloth board, ,Sailing Ship among ice on pastedown illustration on front cover. Clean Pages. Tight Binding. No Bookplate. No markings. Black and White illustrations throughout the book. General shelf wear, lightly age toned pages. DATE PUBLISHED: 1917 EDITION: FIRST ED 303 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Plan of Minneapolis, Prepared under the Direction of the Civic Commission, MCMXVII

      Minneapolis, MN: The Civic Commission, 1917. First Edition. Buckram. Near Fine. First edition, one of only 1000 copies printed; folio, xvi, 228 pages, with more than 170 illustrations, plans, and maps, many of them interleaved. Interior, crisp and clean; red buckram binding rubbed, spine faded. This copy, a gift of the Minneapolis City Planning Department to an intern in 1966. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

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        54 Steindrucke zu kleinen Schriften von Heinrich von Kleist (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)

      Berlin: Bruno Cassirer 1917 - Vellum-bound limited edition, #182 of 250 numbered copies printed on handmade paper and signed by the artist, only slight edge wear & the usual bowing to the boards endemic with vellum bindings, this is Liebermann's first illustrated book with 54 stunning lithographs illustrating Kleist's "Kleine Schriften", small donation label to Occidental College Library on pastedown, no other markings, institutional or otherwise, a bright tight wonderful example lacking the original slipcase; folio; 76pp, illus. Shipping of this very large book will exceed our default rates for expedited or overseas delivery [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Der Anbruch 2. Jh. (Hefte 1- 12 in 8 Heften (compl.), inkl Jahresverzeichnis) 4. Jg. , Hefte 1 -6 in 6 Heften. Alles in Orig.-Verlagsmappe.

      2, je 2-6 Bl., teilw. unbeschnitten , Broschur, Die expressionistische Zeitschrift erschien 1917/18 zuerst in Wien unter dem Titel Der Anbruch. Flugblätter aus der Zeit. Als Herausgeber zeichneten Otto Schneider und Ludwig Ullmann. [Red.: Heinrich Novak].Ab dem 2. Jg. (1919/20) erschien die Zeitschrift in Berlin im Verlag Graphisches Kabinett J. B. Neumann Hrsg. Otto Schneider u. J. B. Neumann. Der 4 Jg. (1921/22) erschien im Verlag Erich Reiss, Berlin. - Bd. 3 nicht erschienen. - Mit dem heft 9 des 4 Jg. wurde die Zeitschrift eingestellt.Hervorragende Reproduktionen von expressionistischen Holzschnitten. 2. Jg.: Bilder von Erich Heckel, Oskar Kokoschka, Lyonel Feininger, Schmidt-Rottluff, Ludwig Meidner, Christian Rohlfs, Max Pechstein, Otto Müller, Emil Nolde, Max Beckmann, Gerd Wollheim, Emil Maetzel, Rudolf Möller, 4. Jg.: Van Gogh, Camendonk, Erich Heckel, Felxmüller, Munch, Max Beckmann

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        Severn And Somme (With The Original Wrapper)

      The First UK Printing published by Sidgwick And Jackson in 1917. The BOOK is in near Fine condition. Light pushing at the spine ends. The original red cloth boards remain clean with a little light fading in places. Paper label to spine remains bright and intact. Moderate offsetting to the end papers and half title page otherwise very clean internally. Free from erasures and inscriptions. Spare spine label tipped in to the rear as called for. The fragile paper WRAPPER is complete and is in Very Good+ condition. It is the correct First Issue with price of 2/6 net to the spine. Mild edge wear with some loss at the lower spine. Small area of loss at upper spine involving the titling. Closed tear to lower front spine flap and lower rear cover. Toning to the spine, folds and edges. The wrapper remains very attractive in the removable Brodart archival cover. His first published collection of poems. 46 poems. 69 pages + 2 pages of book adverts. Gurney suffered his first breakdown in 1913. After taking a rest, he seemed to recover and returned to college. Gurney's studies were interrupted by World War I, when he enlisted as a private soldier in the Gloucestershire Regiment in February 1915. At the front, he began writing poetry seriously, sending his efforts to his friend, the musicologist and critic Marion Scott, who worked with Gurney as his editor and business manager. He was in the midst of writing the poems for what would become his first book 'Severn and Somme' when he was wounded in the shoulder in April 1917. He recovered and returned to battle, still working on his book and composing music including the songs 'In Flanders' and 'By A Bierside'. Sidgwick & Jackson accepted 'Severn and Somme' in July, with publication set for the autumn. In the meantime, Gurney was gassed in September the same year and sent to the Edinburgh War Hospital, where he met and fell in love with a VAD nurse, Annie Nelson Drummond, but the relationship later failed. After his release from hospital he was posted to Seaton Delaval, a mining village in Northumberland, where he wrote poems, including 'Lying Awake in the Ward'. His volume 'Severn and Somme' was published in November 1917. A remarkably scarce title to find in any condition let alone with the original wrapper. The only copy we have handled to date.

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        Appley Dapply's Nursery Rhymes

      Uinby Notes American Issues Only In Brief, And Linder Does Not Address Them. : Frederick Warne & Company, 1917. First American Edition. Green Boards. Near Fine Book/No Jacket. Beatrix Potter Color Plates. 1st Printing Page Block 122 X 104 Mm. Pages Each Printed On One Side Only, Probably Using The English Sheets [Plates On Pp 8. 13, Etc.]. American Printing, Olive Green Boards, Red Lettering, Publisher Shown As "New York / F. Warne & Co." On Cover And Title Page, Same As Uk Issue Described By Quinby, P. 86, As"Another Copy Of No. 23", With Paste-On Cover Illustration Of A Lady Mouse, Also Same As The Uk First, Quinby 23, But Unlike The Quinby American Issue, 23B, Possibly An Unrecorded Earliest American Issue, Points Earlier Than Quinby's "American Edition" 23B, And Some Points Earlier Than Quinby's Uk First Issue #23. Front And Rear Endpapers Are The Same, With List Of Potter's Books On Left, Designs Like Quinby Plate Xii Linder Figure 11] But With Addition Of Words "First Series" Before First 12 Titles In List And "Second Series" Before Next Two Titles [Quinby Shows Plates Xii And Xiv For #23, The Uk First, And Quinby Xv For The First American Edition]; 9 Of Her Characters In Illustration At Right; Endpapers Same At Front And Back [Quinby Stating That Her Copy Of The American Issue Used Plate Xv Endpapers, Which Are Quite Different]. No Illustration Of These Endpapers In Quinby Or Linder But Quinby Mentions American Issues Only In Passing And Linder Does Not Address Them At All. Bright, Clean, Hinges Tight, Small Split At Bottom Of Front Spine Edge Professionally Repaired. Small Inscription Dated April 26, 1919. Exceptionally Well Preserved Example Of This Book. Ownership Inscription On Blank Recto Of Frontispiece, Dated April 26, 1919. There Were First And Second Printings Of The Uk Issue In 1917, The Third Printing Was In 1920). This Printing May Be The Only Use Of These Endpapers In Any Beatrix Potter Book.

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        British Birds 4 volume set

      London: Longmans, Green, & Co. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Boards lightly rubbed. Spines faded with minor marking and light end wear. Slight browning to some of text pages. Illustrations VG. Teg. 1917. Reprint. Red hardback cloth cover. 320mm x 270mm (13" x 11"). 143pp; 71pp; 87pp; 116pp + plates. 82 colour plates. Volumes 1 & 2 are third edition, 3 & 4 are 2nd edition. Published 1917 - 1918. .

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        The Old Huntsman - in the rare first issue wrapper

      A first edition, first printing published by Heinemann in 1917. A very good+ book without inscriptions. With the errata slip pasted in as called for. In a very good dust wrapper which has been lightly restored to the spine and to the corners and now presents very well indeed. One of 740 copies produced and rare to find a collection of war poetry published during the Great War. Rare.

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        Autograph letter signed

      1917. Signed. FROST, Robert. Autograph letter signed. Amherst, Mass: January 6, 1917. One sheet of laid paper (10 by 6-1/2 inches), folded once to make four pages, written on all four pages. $2800.Lengthy, four-page autograph letter signed by Frost to his friend Robert von Moschzisker, Pennsylvania Supreme Court judge and legal author, regarding improvements Frost was making to his “little old farm house” and making arrangements for an upcoming visit.The letter, penned entirely by Frost, reads in full: ""Amherst Mass. January 6 1917. Dear von Moschzisker: We too have deserted the high places for the winter. We have come to Amherst to profess Poetry till next June (no later). And it was well we had Amherst to come to, because we had about driven ourselves out of our house in Franconia by the building operations we had set going in it. The changes we are making in the house are mostly on the inside: they hardly show on the outside—not at all from the front: our object has been to keep it what it was, a little old farm house: but we had ripped up floors and moved windows and doors till we hadn't any where to lay our heads or sit down to read a book. So, as I say, it was a mercy that we were asked to come to Amherst just when we were. I tell you all this about the house because I saw that Mrs. von Moschzisker looked worried when I told her we were going to make it more habitable. You can assure her we have saved it about as it was. ""The book came when I was in the middle of moving and a dozen other things. I haven't had time for it yet. I shall be sure to have a lot of pleasure out of it. A friend of yours edited the one you sent a year ago. As it happens a friend of mine, John Erskine, edited the one you send this year. I notice one omission on your part: you failed to write your name on the fly leaf of the book where I should like to have had it. ""Now as to when we were thinking of visiting you. I spoke of January 28th. That still seems the best date. I shall have engagements on both sides of Philadelphia at Baltimore and at Princeton just before and after the 28th. Elinor will be with me. What do you say? Sincerely yours, Robert Frost."" A Pennsylvania state Supreme Court judge at the time of this letter, von Moschzisker went on to become the Chief Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in 1921. Faint foldlines. Fine condition.

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        British Birds

      London: Longmans, Green & Co, 1917-1918. 142; 72; 86; 115, 82 col plates. Hardback. 4 vols, 4to, orig. cloth, gt, teg, some minor rubbing, spines lightly faded; 3 small indentations to front board of vol. IV. Some light foxing to text, plates clean. Vg good set. Mixed editions: vols 3 & 4 - 2nd edition (1918, 500 print run each); vols 1 & 2 - 3rd edition (1917, 500 print run each).

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        Autograph letter signed

      , 1917. 1917. Signed. FROST, Robert. Autograph letter signed. Amherst, Mass: January 6, 1917. One sheet of laid paper (10 by 6-1/2 inches), folded once to make four pages, written on all four pages. $2800.Lengthy, four-page autograph letter signed by Frost to his friend Robert von Moschzisker, Pennsylvania Supreme Court judge and legal author, regarding improvements Frost was making to his

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        Large Panotrama in 9 parts.

      1917. Original photograph, silver print, 11 x 141 cm. KEYWORDS:macedonia/photo

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        Jahrbuch der Schopenhauer-Gesellschaft. 71 Bände.

      Kiel, Selbstverlag, 19172004 - Teils mit Schopenhauer-Porträt. 24 cm. Originalleinenbände, Originalbroschur (Bände 9-12, 22, 34-39, 74-82), Originalpappbände (83-85). Vorhanden sind Bände , 7 (1917), 9-12 (1920-1925), 14, 16-19 (1927-1932), 21-26 (1934-1939), 28-68 (1941-1987), BÄNDE 39 und 69 FEHEN! 70-85 (1989-2004), Registerband: Generalregister der Jahrbücher 1-69 (1912-1979). - Einige der älteren Einbände etwas fleckig. Rücken teils geblichen oder etwas fleckig. Eine Broschur am Rücken mit handschriftlicher Jahreszahl. Drei Bände mit gelöschten Signaturschildchen. Ecken teils bestoßen. Vereinzelt dezente Anstreichungen mit Bleistift. Seiten teils leicht gebräunt. Sonst gutes Exemplar der nahezu vollständigen durchlaufenden Reihe. Sprache: Deutsch. Gewicht in Gramm: 12000

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        SCHWEIZERISCHES KÜNSTLER-LEXIKON, HERAUSGEGEBEN MIT UNTERSTÜTZUNG DES BUNDES UND KUNSTFREUNDLICHER PRIVATER VOM SCHWEIZERISCHEN KUNSTVEREIN.

      Frauenfeld: Von Huber & Co. 1905-1917. thick 8vo. half cloth over pastepaper-covered boards. xvi, 648; vi, 711; vi, 584; vi, 712 pages. 4 volumes. Text in German. Complete set of this standard biographical work on Swiss artists and illustrators. The fourth volume was issued as a supplement to the other three. Loosely inserted is a commemorative book label, which indicates that this set came from the reference library of H.P. Kraus purchased by Oak Knoll Books at the auction sale.

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        GAS WARFARE] Carbon copy of letter sent by Willis R. Whitney to Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels on establishing the U.S. position on poison gas and warfare.

      1917 - [GAS WARFARE] Carbon copy of letter sent by Willis R. Whitney to Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels on establishing the U.S. position on poison gas and warfare. 10x8 inches, on onion skin paper. +_+ On 21 December 1917, thee years into the beginning of World War I and eight months after America entered the war, Willis R. Whitney composed this one-page letter composing the American response to the use of poison gas in warfare. Whitney was head of one the great research laboratories in America&#151;run by General Electric, the GE Lab&#151;and was one of the leaders of the U.S. Navy&#145;s Naval Review Board (along with Thomas Edison and Hudson Maxim, among others), and wrote to Josephus Daniels, who was at the time the U.S. Secretary of the Navy._+_ Whitney was a chemist, a former instructor at MIT, and a Ph.D. under Ostwald, a brilliant, &#147;bearish&#148; intellect in many fields, an innovator, and a leader, a tactician. He summarized the state of affairs, and communicated quickly and with clarity and without hesitation what he thought must be done, and how America should respond to the German chemical threat. _+_ The Germans had first used chemical weapons (shells containing xylyl bromide) against Russian troops in Bolimow, Poland. It was the first foray into a section of the war that caused more than one million casualties and 85,000 deaths. It would be another three months for the first full-scale use of a chemical weapon&#151;in the form of chlorine gas&#151;in the Second Battle of Ypres. But the time Whitney sent his letter, chemical warfare had been a deeply-established weapon.+_+ Whitney recommends that the U.S. begin production; that several plants be established to produce the chemicals, and to get on the matter immediately, suggesting a man to head the work. As it turns out the work didn&#146;t begin in earnest for a number of months later, the first large quantities becoming available just after the signing of the Armistice._+_ Notes: from "Physics Today", March 1958, "Willis R. Whitney, founder of the General Electric Research Laboratory, died on January 9 in Schenectady, N. Y., after suffering a heart attack a week earlier. He was 89 years old. Born in Jamestown, N. Y., Dr. Whitney was graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1890 and received his PhD from the University of Leipzig, Germany, in 1896. In 1908, after having served as assistant and associate professor of theoretical chemistry at MIT for 8 years, he was named nonresident professor of chemical research, a title which he still held at the time of his death. In 1900, Dr. Whitney joined GE to work with Charles Steinmetz and from that year until 1932 he became the founder and active director of the GE Research Laboratory. During the last four years of this period he also served as vice president in charge of research for the company. In 1932 he retired from the directorship of the laboratory and, in 1941, from the vice presidency. Since that time he had continued research in the capacity of honorary vice president and consultant to the laboratory. Dr. Whitney held many awards and honorary degrees of international origin. He was a member of the American Physical Society.+_+ And another, far more literary and scientific appraisal here, in the journal Nature. A delightful review of Whitney's career is presented in J.E. Brittain's long article "Electrical Engineering Hall of Fame: Willis R. Whitney", in the Proceedings of the IEEE, volume 95, issue 12, 2007. See also: Willis R. Whitney, General Electric, and the origins of U.S. industrial research by George Wise, Columbia University Press, 1985.

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        GullibleÕs Travels

      Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1917 - First Edition. A fine copy in an excellent dust jacket, which has some tiny chips and tears and a small number stamp on the front flap. In a custom cloth slipcase with chemise. Like many great writers dismissed as mere humorists, Lardner has been ignored, his darkly satirical take on middle America unlikely to find favor in our current world. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Present Day Impressions of the Far East and Prominent & Progressive Chinese at Home and Abroad

      London: The Globe Encyclopedia Company. G : in good condition. Cover rubbed and scuffed. Content in VG condition. 1917. First Edition. Brown hardback leather cover with gilt design. 310mm x 240mm (12" x 9"). 1211pp. Numerous tinted and b/w pictures and tissue guarded coloured illustrations. The History, People, Commerce, Industries and Resources of China, Hong Kong, Indo-Chins, Malaya and Netherlands India. .

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        Gaspard -

      Imprimerie Nationale ? Devambez Éditeur 1917 -, Paris - 1 volume. In-4. 244 pp. Sous étui bordé. Reliure plein maroquin bleu nuit. Dos à nerfs orné de filets dorés. Large encadrement de filets dorés ornant les plats, fleuron aux angles intérieurs. Toutes tranches dorées. Couverture conservée. Reliure signée CREUZEVAULT. Seize aquarelles hors texte par Jean LEFORT Parfait état. TIRAGE LIMITE. Un des 300 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin à la forme des papeteries Blanchet frères et Kléber, après 5 sur Japon à la forme et 30 sur Japon impérial. EXEMPLAIRE UNIQUE, enrichi de 16 DESSINS EN COULEURS dans le texte par Louis VERGETAS (signés L. Vergetas ou L. V.). Né en 1882, élève de Fernand Cormon à l?Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Paris puis à l?Ecole des Arts Décoratifs, Louis Vergetas exposa au Salon des Artistes Français avant de rejoindre sa terre d?inspiration, la Normandie. Ce premier grand roman sur la Grande Guerre obtint le Prix Goncourt en 1915. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Des gosses et des bonhommes. -

      Publié par L'Auteur, en vente aux Messageries de Journaux Sans date (1917) -, Paris - 1 volume. In-8 carré. Couverture illustrée en couleurs. Intérieur très frais. Dessins de l'auteur. A grands témoins. Bel exemplaire. EDITION ORIGINALE. Un des 100 exemplaires de tête numérotés sur Vieux Japon comportant une eau-forte originale et un envoi autographe signé de l'auteur au docteur Marc Laffont "son malade", à qui l'ouvrage est dédié. EXEMPLAIRE UNIQUE avec: - UNE AQUARELLE ORIGINALE signée de Adolphe WILLETTE avec texte autographe représentant d'une façon humoristique: Poulbot, Willette et la concierge de Poulbot - UN DESSIN ORIGINAL au crayon de couleur bleue, signé de Poulbot " Union sacrée ou un joli couple. 1917". - UNE LETTRE AUTOGRAPHE signée de A. Willette à Charles Humbert avec une aquarelle originale signée. - UN LAVIS ORIGINAL signé de Poulbot, collé sur une page blanche de la lettre précédente "MM. les agents me saluent aux Epinettes". Francisque Poulbot (1879-1946) est un dessinateur, peintre, ami de Willette et Steinlen. Très attaché à Montmartre où il s'installe en 1901, le néologisme « poulbot» a été créé en référence à ses nombreuses illustrations représentant des titis parisiens : les gamins des rues [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Die Eisenbahn] "Zur Ägyptischen Finsternis". Original Tuschezeichnung unter beigem Schrägschnittpassepartout.

      Wohl Berlin 1917 - Blattgröße: 191 x 231 mm. Loses Blatt. (Im weißen Rand minimale Verfärbungen von einer früheren Montage, sonst gut.). "Klaus Carl Friedrich Richter (geb. 25. Januar 1887 in Berlin; gest. 3. Januar 1948 ebenda) war ein deutscher Maler und Schriftsteller. Richter war Sohn eines Arztes und studierte in Mailand und München Philosophie und Sprachen, bevor er sich der Malerei zuwandte. In Paris studierte er anatomisches Zeichnen bei seinem Onkel Robert Richter und wurde dann Schüler von Lovis Corinth in Berlin, wo er auch die Bekanntschaft von Magnus Zeller machte, mit dem er ab 1911 ein gemeinsames Atelier unterhielt. Ebenfalls ab 1911 stellte Richter bei der Berliner Sezession aus. Gleichzeitig arbeitete er auch als Schriftsteller, war ein Jahr lang Schauspieler bei Max Reinhardt und schuf Bühnenbilder für den frühen Stummfilm. Ab 1919 lehrte er an der Kunstgewerbeschule in Berlin-Charlottenburg, 1922 wurde er dann Professor an der Kunstakademie Königsberg, wo er auch an der Universität Vorlesungen hielt. Ab 1927 war er Professor an der Berliner Hochschule für Bildende Künste. Er war ab 1929 Mitglied und von 1937 bis zu seiner Absetzung durch Joseph Goebbels 1940 sowie 1946/47 Vorsitzender des Vereins Berliner Künstler. 1940 erhielt er den Auftrag, ein Porträt von Hermann Göring anzufertigen, das allerdings nie abgeliefert wurde. Bei den Sitzungen in der >Wolfsschanze< entstand auch ohne Auftrag sein künstlerisch bemerkenswertes Porträtgemälde von Adolf Hitler (1941), das in zwei nahezu identischen Versionen erhalten ist. Das Werk stellt den Diktator jenseits der offiziellen Propaganda apathisch und zusammengesunken mit leerem Blick dar. (.) Zu seinen Schülern zählte unter anderen Rudi Lesser." (vgl. Wikipedia). Original-Tuschezeichnung von Klaus Richter auf Papier, signiert und datiert 1917 im unteren Bildrand rechts, mittig im unterem Bildrand bezeichnet: "Zur Ägyptischen Finsternis". Im weißen Rand unten rechts ein weiterer kleiner Vermerk aus Richters Hand mit rotem Stift. - Original drawing, black indian ink on paper, signed. Very good. - RFM - Weitere Bilder auf Anfrage oder auf unserer Homepage. 1000000 Gramm. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Vagabondages

      First edition, one of 25 numbered copies on vieux Japon, tirage de tête.A little light spotting essentially ont the endpapers. Edward Sansot Paris s.d. (1917) 11x17cm broché

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        Das neue Berlin" - "Zur Ägyptischen Finsternis". Original Tuschezeichnung unter beigem Schrägschnittpassepartout.

      Wohl Berlin 1917 - Blattgröße: 245 x 193 mm. Loses Blatt. (Im weißen Rand minimale Verfärbungen von einer früheren Montage, sonst gut.). "Klaus Carl Friedrich Richter (geb. 25. Januar 1887 in Berlin; gest. 3. Januar 1948 ebenda) war ein deutscher Maler und Schriftsteller. Richter war Sohn eines Arztes und studierte in Mailand und München Philosophie und Sprachen, bevor er sich der Malerei zuwandte. In Paris studierte er anatomisches Zeichnen bei seinem Onkel Robert Richter und wurde dann Schüler von Lovis Corinth in Berlin, wo er auch die Bekanntschaft von Magnus Zeller machte, mit dem er ab 1911 ein gemeinsames Atelier unterhielt. Ebenfalls ab 1911 stellte Richter bei der Berliner Sezession aus. Gleichzeitig arbeitete er auch als Schriftsteller, war ein Jahr lang Schauspieler bei Max Reinhardt und schuf Bühnenbilder für den frühen Stummfilm. Ab 1919 lehrte er an der Kunstgewerbeschule in Berlin-Charlottenburg, 1922 wurde er dann Professor an der Kunstakademie Königsberg, wo er auch an der Universität Vorlesungen hielt. Ab 1927 war er Professor an der Berliner Hochschule für Bildende Künste. Er war ab 1929 Mitglied und von 1937 bis zu seiner Absetzung durch Joseph Goebbels 1940 sowie 1946/47 Vorsitzender des Vereins Berliner Künstler. 1940 erhielt er den Auftrag, ein Porträt von Hermann Göring anzufertigen, das allerdings nie abgeliefert wurde. Bei den Sitzungen in der >Wolfsschanze< entstand auch ohne Auftrag sein künstlerisch bemerkenswertes Porträtgemälde von Adolf Hitler (1941), das in zwei nahezu identischen Versionen erhalten ist. Das Werk stellt den Diktator jenseits der offiziellen Propaganda apathisch und zusammengesunken mit leerem Blick dar. (.) Zu seinen Schülern zählte unter anderen Rudi Lesser." (vgl. Wikipedia). Original-Tuschezeichnung von Klaus Richter auf Papier, signiert und datiert 1917 im unteren Bildrand rechts, mittig unten im Bild bezeichnet: "Zur Ägyptischen Finsternis" und unter dem Bild im weißen Rand benannt: "10. Das neue Berlin". Rechts unten im weißen Rand ein weiterer kleiner Vermerk Richters mit rotem Stift. - Original drawing, black indian ink on paper, signed. Very good. - Unikat. - RFM. Original-Tuschezeichnung - Weitere Bilder auf Anfrage oder auf unserer Homepage. 1000000 Gramm. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Sous les Pots de Fleurs. Recueil de dessins à la plume accompagnés de Prose Rythmée composés au Front par Charles Martin 1914-1917. Préface de Mac Orlan.

      - P., Jules Meynial, 1917, In-4 étroit, en feuilles, sous chemise éditeur toile de jute kaki, vignette de titre, doublée de papier cartonné imprimé de vignettes répétitives ( l'amour, le tabac, le vin, la guerre) dessinées en rouge par Charles Martin, 53 pp. Edition originale à tirage limité mais non justifié, imprimée sur vergé dont le titre "Sous les Pots de Fleurs" désignant en argot militaire les casques des poilus."Cette suite d'images, sériée comme les dizains d'un rosaire précieux et macabre" ( Mac Orlan) comprend 13 dessins in-texte et 16 planches hors-texte , la plupart datées et situées, dédiés aux anciens amis du "Bon Ton", tous les camarades qui ont besogné dans les boues. Livres [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1917 - 1917 Wisden Original Hardback fine condition

      1917. I was very tempted to give this 1917 original hardback 10 out of 10. A can t really find any fault with it. The front and rear boards and the spine are in absolutely immaculate condition. The gilt to the front board and the spine is extremely bright and completely unrestored. Front and rear yellow pages are in almost new condition. The hinges are extremelystrong and the book has an unopened feel to it. The contents are in as new condition. It would be very difficult to find a better copy - perhaps it should really be a 10! We hope to list over the next few weeks a number of fine pre-war publisher s hardbacks including issues for the 1890 s and the First World War and several years from the 1860 s and 1870 s all in fine condition. Please keep a look out for them.

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        54 Steindrucke zu kleinen Schriften von Heinrich von Kleist (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)

      Berlin: Bruno Cassirer, 1917 Vellum-bound limited edition, #182 of 250 numbered copies printed on handmade paper and signed by the artist, only slight edge wear & the usual bowing to the boards endemic with vellum bindings, this is Liebermann's first illustrated book with 54 stunning lithographs illustrating Kleist's "Kleine Schriften", small donation label to Occidental College Library on pastedown, no other markings, institutional or otherwise, a bright tight wonderful example lacking the original slipcase; folio; 76pp, illus. Shipping of this very large book will exceed our default rates for expedited or overseas delivery. Signed by Artist. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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